Blog by Natalia Saeed, Chair – Perth Development Circle
On 15 April 2014 more than 200 high school girls were kidnapped in Chibok, Nigeria by the terrorist organization Boko Haram. Aged 15 to 18 and Christians and Muslims alike, knew the dangers of pursuing education, given that various schools in the area had recently closed in March due to fear of terrorist attacks. Continue reading →
It seems everyone knows the best way to reduce poverty and make development better. Why are there so many armchair experts on development and how can those of us in the sector advance conversations with those outside of it? Weh Yeoh gives his expert opinion.
Some bad news about TOMS shoes: Join the lively debate on the “buy one – give one” aid model. Does it bridge the gap or confuse the message about “good-aid”?