Madeleine Bunting is a Guardian
columnist and associate editor. She writes on a wide range of subjects including
politics, work, Islam, science and ethics, development, women's issues and
was awarded the Race in the Media award in 2005 by the Commission for Racial
Equality for her work on the British Muslim community.
has written two books. Most recently, Willing Slaves: How the Overwork Culture
is Ruling Our Lives published by HarperCollins is an analysis of the British
work culture. In 1995, she published The Model Occupation: The Channel Islands
Under German Rule, which has been reprinted by Pimlico.
is the recipient of several awards including the Imam wa Amal Special Award in
2002 and the One World Trust award in 1999. In 2003, she won a Joseph Rowntree
fellowship to research her book, Willing Slaves, and, in February 2006, she was
awarded a fellowship on the Templeton Cambridge journalism