Nigel Osborne is a composer who has pioneered methods of using music and creative arts to support children who are victims of conflict. He has a quarter of a century's experience in aid work, ranging from health care to education and emergency relief, in the Balkans, Caucasus, East Africa, South East Asia, the Indian subcontinent and currently in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon. He is also a campaigner for human rights.
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Of music, mosques and angels
If President Erdoğan wishes to help restore the true spirit of Ayasofiya, he should free Osman Kavala now.
Published in: HomeThe horror of Syria - the curse on our houses
Aid workers speak out against the suffering of Syria, the failures of politicians and the cynicism of political...
Published in: HomeTurkophilia and the common life: a pledge, a bond, and a very special appeal
Exactly one hundred years to the day – the story of a British Scots-Irish family who learnt to love Turkey, of two...