JOURNALISM

The links below take you to a selection of my published articles in newspapers, magazines and websites over the past fifteen years or so. Covering social affairs,
religion and politics, they reflect my specialisms in public policy and
Middle Eastern affairs.

Pile of folded broadsheet newspapers in black and white
Photo by Jon S

The Changing Nature of Faith in BritainOn Religion, 29 July 2016

Going undercover with Britain’s Sufi MuslimsThe Muslim Vibe, 14 July 2016

Help Yourself: new ways to make copyright pay. NUJ/ALCS, September 2012

The hyperlocal landgrab: who will come out on top in the battle between new and old media over hyperlocal news? New Statesman, 18 March 2011

New wine in old church buildings. Guardian, 30 June 2010

Citizen Khan: Alex Klaushofer interviews Cohesion minister Sadiq Khan. Public Finance, 24 April 2009

The untold story of India’s floodsReuters AlertNet, 29 August 2008

The psychological fallout of Lebanon’s ‘mini civil war’Reuters AlertNet, 10 June 2008

Male room: Alex Klaushofer reports on refuges for male victims of domestic violence. Inside Housing, 11 July 2008

Face to faith: Lebanon’s pluralism could teach the west much about religious tolerance, argues Alex Klaushofer. Guardian, 23 February 2008

A day spent with nature: paradise in the Lebanese mountains. New Statesman, 28 June 2007

Temples of learning: how far should universities go to accommodate the demands of religious groups? Times Higher Education Supplement, 2 March 2007

Lebanon: Alex Klaushofer joins BBC Radio 4’s travel programme Excess Baggage, 16 June 2007

Utopian realms: the ultimate in green living. Inside Housing, 9 March 2007

Tune into radio baa baa: a community station is bringing West Country farmers together. Telegraph, 15 February 2007

Shift in Lebanon’s sectarian politics by Alex Klaushofer in Beirut. BBC news, 30 October 2006

From little acorns: the Conservatives’ plans for public services. Public Finance, 29 September 2006

People with learning difficulties study for qualification in storytelling: Community Care, 27 July 2006

Lost soles: the 150-mile race across the Sahara. Times Higher Education Supplement, 6 May 2005

Reputation, Reputation: Is reputation management the answer to the declining confidence in public services? Public Finance, 5 May 2005

Divide and Destroy: Christian Aid’s Alex Klaushofer witnesses the devastation of Palestinian communities. Guardian, 13 November 2003

Email@Duschanbe with Tajikistan’s street children. Guardian, 28 July 2003

The unorthodox orthodox: Alex Klaushofer meets the Neturei Karta in north London. Observer, 21 July 2002

Eyewitness: a life of blockades. By Alex Klaushofer in Bethlehem. BBC News, 24 December 2001

Plagued by doubt: what happened when a factory in rural Gloucestershire blew up. Guardian, 19 June 2001

The danger of discrimination when religious groups provide public services. Guardian, 1 February 2001