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endless shameful treatment of women raped in deadly conflict

Testament to women raped in deadly conflict      Next Discussion at   The British Council, 10 Spring Gardens  London SW1A 2BN (just off Tr…

Started by Tim Symonds

0 Feb 21

Thanks to Carter Center for including me in Feb. 12 D.C. event

I thank the Carter Center for including me in an event they cosponsored with the U.S. Institute of Peace on Feb. 12, 2015, Lincoln's birthd…

Started by Joseph George Slovinec

0 Feb 18

Fellowship in Social Enterprise Management and Impact Investment

Interested in launching a career in impact investing or social enterprise management?   The Frontier Market Scouts (FMS) program selects an…

Started by GSIPM Special Programs

0 Feb 17

CfA: Summer School in Comparative Conflict Studies (Belgrade June 28 - July 5, 2015)

2015 Summer School in Comparative Conflict Studies June 28 to July 5, 2015 Center for Comparative Conflict Studies (CFCCS) at the Faculty o…

Started by CFCCS

0 Feb 17

InsideNGO: Upcoming March Workshops in Washington, DC

This March, InsideNGO is offering a variety of trainings that strengthen the operational and organizational capacity of nonprofits working…

Started by InsideNGO

0 Feb 17


  Ex: Jonathan Power. Subject: North Korea’s nuclear bomb once again. Date: 17th February 2015   If there is such a thing as a “frozen conf…

Started by jonathan power

0 Feb 17

The Ideology of Freedom and Progress: Western Supremacy, Virgin Africa, and the Fight Against Poverty

In Part Two of this three-part series, Cilas Kemedjio addresses William Easterly’s call to governments and aid agencies to be “guardians of…

Started by Tanya Schwarz

0 Feb 16

Early bird registration - professional development in Costa Rica with UPEACE

The University for Peace Centre for Executive Education is offering two professional development seminars at our campus in Costa Rica in Ju…

Started by UPEACE Centre For Executive Educ

0 Feb 16

The Virgin Fallacy: From the Famine Cotton Board to the Millennium Village Project

In Part One of a three-part series, co-editor Cilas Kemedjio takes on William Easterly's and Jeffrey Sach's crusade to spread neoliberal do…

Started by Tanya Schwarz

0 Feb 16

"Kenya vs. NGOs: Round 3?"

In a new post for the CIHA Blog, co-editor Cecelia Lynch discusses the complicated role of NGOs in Kenya.

Started by Tanya Schwarz

0 Feb 16


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