John Igbino lectured in the Department of Business Studies, Computing and Information Technology at Coulsdon College, Surrey, United Kingdom. He obtained his MA from the Open University and his PhD from Goldsmiths, University of London. His current research and academic interests include Lifelong Learning; Inclusion in cross-cultural contexts; Cross-cultural pedagogy; Emancipatory and Post-Colonial curricular dialogues; Power, distrust and resistance in educational research, Educational policy ethics and the ethics of educational policy. He is the author of Explorations of Lifelong Learning Ethics (2009) Forum Vol. 51; Number 3. Ethnographic Interviews: cases in the socio-cultural psychology of power (2010), Conference Paper, University of Greenwich.The Act of Changing Education and the new eugenics: an ethical analysis (2011): Conference Paper, University of Greenwich.Intercultural Dialogues: cultural dialogues of equals or cultural dialogues of unequals (2012) in Beasley, T. and Peters, M. eds. Interculturalism, Education and Dialogue: Global Studies in Education, New York, Peter Lang.The meanings of Inclusion in cross-cultural contexts (2012), GRIN Academic Publishers, Munich, GMBH.