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Bingo Babble

The dead language that keeps poverty alive, by Jeremy Seabrook.

Filed in: NGOs

Silent revolution

The Chipko Movement in India, says Pandurang Hegde, has useful lessons to teach.

Filed in: India NGOs

Zimbabwe targets international NGOs

Zimbabwe targets NGOs.

Filed in: NGOs Zimbabwe

Miserly move

Europe has dramatically scaled back levels of aid by over half of 1980 levels as calls mount to increase funding to poverty-stricken areas of the world.

Filed in: Development Development (Aid) European Union NGOs


Filed in: China Human Rights NGOs Tibet Turkey

  • June 5, 1993
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The Optimist

Filed in: Human Rights NGOs

  • June 5, 1993
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What do expat experts do for development?

Wherever development experts go they take privilege and power with their skill and knowledge. Christopher Sheppard asks whether they are more of a hindrance than a help to the poor.

Filed in: Development Development (Aid) NGOs

Questions to ask about an aid project

The San Francisco-based Institute for Food and Development Policy raises eight key questions for judging aid projects.

Filed in: Development NGOs

Health care as if people mattered

Appropriate technology for good health in the U.K; Canadian churches and human rights in Latin America; a campaign against harmful consumer products in Australia; and Britain’s Counter Information Service.

Filed in: Development NGOs

  • December 1, 1979
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