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Are local actors the future of humanitarian action?

By Rowena Teall (a version of this post was originally published on WhyDev)

This year’s World Disasters Report states that local actors are ‘the key to humanitarian effectiveness’. 1,097 more words

Fresh Look

Central African Republic: addressing the protection crisis

The Central African Republic (CAR) is in the midst of a protection crisis. The latest round of violence in the country has left thousands dead and several million displaced. 138 more words


One Day We'll Fly Away

England win the ODI series 3-1, and did this in varying styles. We dug a game out from a troublesome position, we set a middling to good total and bowled well, and we smashed a massive total which was never really under threat. 1,283 more words

Duel In The Desert #3 - This Time It's Sharjah

You lot don’t know what goes on behind the scenes. WordPress have changed the post drafting interface again. Jeepers. Leave it alone, peeps.

Anyway, enough of the moans, here’s your comments space for the third one dayer to be played in the venerable old stadium in Sharjah, scene of famous triumphs of the past, and an unimpeachable reputation. 474 more words

The White Ball Syndrome

Following on from yesterday’s piece on the Strauss interviews, I thought I’d do a little bit on the other issues that surround the game in this country. 1,581 more words


White Ball Priority

I was researching a piece I intended to write last night, when the news from Paris started to filter in. I find, like most of you no doubt, that stories like this consume you, so the piece took a back seat. 1,929 more words


Azhar lost second toss England Batting First

ABU DHABI: Eoin Morgan won his second successive toss and unsurprisingly chose to bat first as England seek to bounce back against Pakistan at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium. 65 more words