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Reframing Resilience for Pastoralists | Farming First

Ahead of the upcoming conference on “Building Resilience for Food and Nutrition Security” by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) to be held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 15-17th May 2014, … 44 more words


Travel will not make you more open-minded

This is what I’ve concluded in London. I’ve spent so much of my life harboring deep pride about the cities I’ve seen, the airlines I’ve used, and the times I’ve moved, and finally I’ve decided that traveling is one of the most loaded status symbols I’ve ever abused. 781 more words

Where I Thought What

George Galloway Protest

Here is an article detailing why we thought we needed to protest George Galloway: http://thegeespot2014.wordpress.com/2014/03/16/go-away-galloway-why-rape-deniers-shouldnt-be-welcomed-at-the-london-school-of-economics/ – usually I would be keen to say something myself but I can’t say anything more (or better than) my best friend did here.


A week in London Town

I recently spent a week in London, touring the sites, catching up with friends & family and looking after a hairless cat!

I went over with my parents for a week, to stay in the apartment of my brother’s girlfirend, while she visited him in the USA. 1,104 more words

Polis 2014

A couple of Fridays ago I went to the the Polis Journalism Conference at the LSE; Polis is the university’s ‘media think tank’. I should have written this while the proceedings were fresher in my mind, but I still want to record a couple of points about the proceedings I saw. 604 more words

Seplat Petroleum – A Simple Surveillance

This week, as part of a @CapitalMoments overview, myself and Josh have decided to cover the IPO of Nigerian oil and gas firm Seplat Petroleum Development Company PLC, the 2009 merger of Chairman Dr. 641 more words

LSE Africa Summit Review

Yesterday I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to attend the LSE Africa Summit Business conference. What a day of inspiration, for those of you who were unable to come along I have provided you with your very own @CapitalMoments review. 813 more words