thanks for the great work you are doing for us,we are moving out of the box, African box,American boxes European box,Asia and Austria boxes; if we are connected and properly linked then we can rightly say,we are in a global village,we are getting more connected due to the information you are ever generating and disseminating to the global world,getting connected is a powerful tool to eradicate poverty and to steer people to sustainable development,eradicate violence,corruption,human greed,selfishness,dictatorship and terrorism one can not fail to achieve sustainable development for all. I have been following your work for more than a year it is really amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!keep it up.
Best regards;Kaganga John,farmer,professional food security fellow,environment activists and a founder of Kikandwa Environmental Association in Uganda.
It sounds good Craig. I am going to start working on the first piece, which I think will be about Rio+20 and the role that Colombia played by proposing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), already approved and included in The Future We Want final document. I will send you the document at the end of the next week. Luis Antonio.
Hi Craig, I first apologize for not having replied your message before. Second, thank you for giving me the opportunity of publishing some updates about Colombia and the peace/development process on the PCDN network. Since I joined it, I have spread the word about the job you are doing through PCDN. It is a pleasure for me to continue doing so.
I have few questions about the updates:
1. Since my work is more related to development, I suggest doing updates about discrimination, sustainability, displacement and some other topics I am more familiar with, and not exclusively about the peace process. What do you think?
2. You mention doing some blogging, so I understand I could write in general terms regular articles (500 words approx.) about these topics. Would this be correct?
3. How often would you need them?
4. I am confident about my English proficiency, but for publishing I might need the support of a native speaker proof reading the documents. Could some one of your team do that?
Hi Craig, So long!!! Thanks for the Network (PCDN). Although I can afford the payment, online transactions, card payments options are not very secured and advisable for us in this part of the world (Liberia).... However, I am disposed to supporting the Network, and I'll see how I can practicalize that perhaps in the not-too-distant future. I was thinking you could advise or help me with some leads/links/contacts to explore the possibility of starting my PhD. I've been searching for PhD fellowships in peace, security & development studies or related areas (peace-building, conflict resolution, etc), but as at yet, I've not been successful to land (be awarded any). I will be most grateful for any small/big help in this direction. I recently completed a second Master's in conflict & development at King's College (London) through a fellowship with the Conflict, Security & Development Group (CSDG)/African Leadership Centre (ALC), Department of War Studies, King's College. As part of this programme, I'm presently concluding a six (6) month affiliation at the Obafemi Awolowo University in the Department of International Relations. Hope to hear from you ASAP. Regards and best wishes, Raymond Da-boi (from Liberia)
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