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Listen LIVE Sept 13th at 5:00 pm PST/ 7:00 pm CST/ 8:00 pm EST atBlogTalkRadio.
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Sitting in a Monitoring and Evaluation training at the Infectious Disease Institute in Kampala, I start typing up our group work on my computer. Being a fast typist, I knew this would be my contribution to the group as my fellow group members were M&E officers, statisticians, data managers and project managers. Mid-career Ugandan professionals. My ego was boosted by Margaret, my group mate’s unceasing compliments. Feeling confident, I grabbed her USB drive and unthinkingly plugged it…Continue
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I currently live in Cape Town, South Africa – a city known for its beautiful beaches, picturesque mountains, abundant wine cellars and fun tourist attractions. It is also known for its extreme economic inequality, which sadly remains even twenty years after the collapse of the apartheid regime. The University of Cape Town (UCT) promotes a strong affirmative action program, attempting to reverse some of this history…Continue
‘’Man is born free but he is everywhere in chains. ’Freedom and Liberty have been the main objectives and purpose of life for all the intellectuals. Although the definition and meaning of liberty might vary from person to person, group to group, society to society and country to country, but the only thing that all human beings agree to is the mutual respect for liberty. Today the so-called civilized man has claims intellectual superiority only because of the fact that today’s world is freer…Continue
Added by Zia Ullah Hamdard on September 12, 2011 at 3:50pm — No Comments
The miracle of creation of the universe and life always compelled humankind to find an answer to the mystery and purpose of their creation. Many people around the world have literally taken science as the religion of modern times. Dali Lama has asked the people to update their beliefs according to the new developments in sciences. In fact he has taken science as ‘’standard’’ while it is the discovery of the very near past while Religion has been one of the main source of knowledge in almost…Continue
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The Russian revolutionary Vladimir Lenin once said that there are decades when nothing happens and then there are weeks when decades happen.
The 21st Century started with some of the unexpected and mind-blowing changes that stunned the so called think tanks and policy makers of the world. The first year of the first decade of 21st Century saw terror attacks of 9/11 that not only altered the route of international politics but brought more miseries…Continue
Added by Zia Ullah Hamdard on September 12, 2011 at 3:46pm — No Comments
Here is an article published on Huffington Post on the expanding list of reasons to grieve on this 10th anniversary of 9/11.
In the days after 9/11, my colleague and I wrote a short article outlining…Continue
Noam Ebner & The 2nd Generation Negotiation Project
Join host Jeff Thompson and Noam Ebner, Online Chair of the Werner Institute Negotiation & Dispute Resolution Porgram, as they…Continue
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DR Congo's civil war officially ended in 2003 yet eight years on violence continues to be a daily occurrence. A high-level but partial peace agreement has not brought peace on the ground.…Continue
I've had a passion to serve, so once in a while I take a decision to do something more to be of service to my community.
Just before you proceed, let me do a brief introduction of what The LEADING SKILLS Project (LSP) is all about.
In our world of today, social needs and concerns abound, human expertise also abound here and there. The problem is, most of those with the requisite skills and expertise to help…Continue
Added by Nathaniel Msen Awuapila on September 12, 2011 at 5:56am — No Comments
TransConflict is pleased to present the following analysis on post-war reconstruction in Libya, written by Savo Heleta, a member of TransConflict’s Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) Advisory Board:
- Post-Gaddafi Libya – a liberal peace project - despite Western policy-makers insisting that…Continue
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Basunsdol Village, is a village within the catchment area of Thankot area of Kathmandu Valley of Nepal. This village is located under the Ward no -5 of Badbhanyan Village Development Committee. The village is located in the catchment area of Thankot, the gateway from western part of Nepal to Kathmandu valley and on the hillside of high hill. Terrace Agriculture field was seen in the village during the visit. Maize, Chilli, Bean ( Bhatta) and homestead vegetable garden were also seen in the…Continue
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Amazing what will arise for the individual when the collective comes together in memorium. If anyone would have told me last week at this time that the following would have surfaced for me in honoring 911, I would have been quite surprised. In any event the following is what came to me as I read and listened to what others had to say about today. Sharing your own comments in response would be most welcome. The original which has additional links is posted at:…Continue
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