Jayson Casper

Egypt: Planting a tree for peace means more than ‘hugs and kisses’

by Jayson Casper - 17th September 2015

In a region where religion is causing havoc, it is also building a livable future.

Read more »

The Egyptian street is still alive . . .

by Jayson Casper - 28th August 2015

A JESUIT priest and his Muslim colleagues continue the revolution through semi-political street theatre

Read more »

ANALYSIS Surge in UK's concern for international religious freedom

by Jayson Casper - 15th July 2015

'THE great cause of our times.’  House of Lords debate seeks to translate rhetoric into policy

Read more »


World Media Watch

Featured Publication

  • Postcards from the Middle East

    What happens when a British family finds itself in eastern Lebanon to set up a pioneering branch of an environmental agency? David Chandler reviews an insightful and engaging introduction to Arab culture through the experiences of the Naylor family.