Catching up from my month off
How do our roles change if our first responsibility is to do justice to the vast and vital efforts of visionary leaders in the Global South?
What is so “risky” about placing relatively small amounts of money in the hands of people addressing challenges in their own communities?
A guest post by Rasha Sansur of the Dalia Association in Ramallah, Palestine.
There is a growing number of small NGOs and foundations specializing in offering direct funding to grassroots leaders. And 20+ of them have come together to write a book!
What’s the difference between approaches to global development versus global solidarity?
A round-up of year-end and -start articles
Asking ourselves this difficult question
A reflection on the skills I needed to be effective in my job.
(Or, introducing myself as the newest member of IDEX’s team!)
Social Impact Incubator brings together creative collaborators in Burundi.
3 places where my voice in #globaldev discussions have appeared lately
“…part of me wanted to say to Abel, the hell with the cultural traditions, and to hell with the government! These kids need an education…But that part of me shut up (mostly).” A guest post by Scott Fifer of GO Campaign
2011 has been a “shake-up” year for those involved in “flipping the aid system” to put more local and national actors in the driver’s seat of development. How-matters.org is shutting down until January 15th to reflect and plan for 2012!