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Sisters doing it for themselves: a Sri Lankan success story

Case Study: women and the development process

When it comes to defining development I am not a great fan of using economic indicators like GDP,  or,  in fact any indicators which are used in isolation. 842 more words

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The Embodied Irish Experience of ‘The Great War’: ANU’s Production of PALS

This is the first of a series of posts written by MA Geography students reflecting upon creative workshops run by performance and visual artists as part of the module, ‘Places, Landscapes and Mappings’, taught by Dr. 2,625 more words

Human Geography

White Rose Migration Research Postgraduate Network 1st POSTGRADUATE WORKSHOP ON MIGRATION “Reframing the Migration Debate” University of Sheffield - 11th June 2015

By Marcia Vera Espinoza and Rebecca Murray

More than 50 postgraduate students and early career researchers attended the 1st Postgraduate Workshop on Migration organised by the White Rose Migration Research Postgraduate Network, in collaboration with The University of Sheffield Migration Research Group. 243 more words

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Sevanatha; a case study of an NGO

 A SRI LANKAN SUCCESS STORY


What kind of development programme works?

There is  a lot of discussion around this question; should it be top down or bottom up? 1,017 more words

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Can Nollywood Music and Films Teach us About Geography of Nigeria? (Not Related to Italy)

Music and Films are somethings that we use as entrainment now days vey often,some times those music and films talk about the feature that a place have. 999 more words

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Afropop Worldwide: Samba, the Heart and Soul of Brazil

What is the first thing when you think when you hear the word Brazil? Soccer? Neymar Jr.? or the carnival? Samba is a Brazilian music genre and dance style that is a huge part of Brazil today. 1,226 more words

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