James Farrell has worked as an educationalist, first in primary teaching in Perth, Australia, followed by teacher training in Papua New Guinea, studying in the United States and lecturing at the Brisbane College of Advanced Education (now part of Griffith University). Following his “retirement” in 1989, his employers were the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, UNESCO and the German and Australian governments.
James has worked in 33 different countries, providing a wide range of consultancy contexts: from the ease of Swaziland to the discomfort of Albania; and from the placidity of post-Amin Uganda to the risks of the Northwest Frontier of Pakistan.
His next book, based on his extensive travel and work experiences, has the intriguing title of “Headmaster Not Eaten”. The book will be published early in 2015.
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