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Philip Maher

Philip Maher is a consultant and photojournalist. He has managed international communication projects for more than 20 years, taking him to more than 80 countries. His twitter is @mercytraveller.

Recent Work by Philip

<b>OPINION:</b> The depersonalization of life continues

OPINION: The depersonalization of life continues

In this edition of Philip Maher's Mercy Traveler column, he looks at the depersonalization of .... everything
<b>OPINION:</b> A humanitarian crisis in the making

OPINION: A humanitarian crisis in the making

'We kept taking apart the Russian nesting dolls, hoping a better one was inside. Nope, we ended up with the same thing'
<b>OPINION:</b> Should they keep on truckin'?

OPINION: Should they keep on truckin'?

'This convoy has been successful, although they may not realize it,' says columnist Philip Maher
<b>OPINION:</b> The Mercy Traveller hopes peace and reconciliation figure prominently in 2022

OPINION: The Mercy Traveller hopes peace and reconciliation figure prominently in 2022

Philip Maher writes 'it’s important to seek the way of reconciliation and peace with your neighbours this year. Maybe that could be our great reset'
<b>OPINION:</b> Reducing our carbon footprint means everyone needs to make a sacrifice

OPINION: Reducing our carbon footprint means everyone needs to make a sacrifice

In this edition of the Mercy Traveller, Philip Maher wonders if we are all really willing to make the sacrifice needed to reduce our carbon footprint
<b>OPINION:</b> The story of Afghanistan is not over

OPINION: The story of Afghanistan is not over

Philip Maher reflects on his time working in Afghanistan and the changes that have taken place in the country over the year
OPINION: Lessons learned from the Harry and Meghan affair

OPINION: Lessons learned from the Harry and Meghan affair

In this edition of the Mercy Traveller, Philip Maher discusses what the Royal City can learn from the royal scandal
There is light at the end of the COVID tunnel, and it's not a train

There is light at the end of the COVID tunnel, and it's not a train

'Speaking to a woman behind glass used to mean you were visiting them in prison. Now it just means you’re buying lettuce,' writes Philip Maher in this edition of The Mercy Traveller
'I'll take class, civility and decency for $500 Alex'

'I'll take class, civility and decency for $500 Alex'

In this edition of The Mercy Traveller, Philip Maher reflects on time spent with the late Alex Trebek during a humanitarian mission
Pondering the education of our children, both formal and otherwise

Pondering the education of our children, both formal and otherwise

In this edition of the Mercy Traveller, Philip Maher wonders what our children will learn from the pandemic and how can we help the process?