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Conflict: the outcome of conserving a species

when a species receives legal protection, there are usually some groups of people that are opposed to the designation, often this is because the legal protection has repercussions for their own livelihood or industry. 286 more words


Mothers and babies

The psychoanalyst Donald Winnicott had many things to say about mothers and babies. One is that there is no such thing as a baby. Only a mother and a baby. 939 more words

The Inner World


What is a Gen Y employee really looking for in their career/ workplace?

Many employers dont understand the dynamics or needs of many Gen Y employees, and as a result employee retention is often an issue for these organisations.

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Career Counselling

What’s in a name? Defining your organization’s ‘Value for Money’

By: Elisabetta Micaro

Value for Money (VfM) is becoming the new credo of aid development and the new rule of the game. Yet the international development community is still struggling with proposed definitions of VfM… 705 more words


Towards a Gender-Responsive Institutional and Organizational Assessment Model

By Emmanuel Trépanier 

Understanding how organizations function and operate is fundamental because organizations link with every aspects of our world. Development agencies, in particular, ought to be able to understand and improve their performance (and that of the in-country partner organizations they support) if they are to deliver development assistance in an efficient way. 471 more words



In my recent posting (For All) I paid my personal tribute to the countless men and women to whom I shall be eternally grateful. 911 more words