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Meredith 2h
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Haroon Akram-Lodhi 15m
Are your tinned picked by labour?
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Haroon Akram-Lodhi 27m
50 people lived here in 1850. No one lived here in 1851
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Liz Ford 6h
News just in - UK sale of arms to Saudi Arabia for use in Yemen 'unlawful', although judges say this doesn't mean licences to export must immediately be suspended
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Chemonics 2h
. and 's Dale Rogers kick off the Frontiers Economies Logistics Lab event, exploring how to apply commercial in contexts.
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Rupert Scofield 35m
While a financial crunch can have crippling effects on an organization, it is also a teachable moment, as I share with . (via )
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Haroon Akram-Lodhi 17h
Before , a time to reflect in Lairg
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Chelsey Rhodes Jun 17
It's too bad and of Edelman PR firm pursued such a disastrous and dishonest (and ultimately self-defeating) PR strategy... plus all those charitable funds wasted. Near-zero ethics, plus a heaping dose of misogyny.
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IDRC | CRDI Jun 18
We’re now accepting applications for our awards, this is your chance to make a difference in :
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Tim Hoiland Jun 19
"The devastating floods in Mozambique make the evening news, not the stunning fact that 8,000 Indonesian escaped poverty that very same day." via
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ASU International Development 2h
. professor Dale Rogers is here at headquarters kicking off the FELL summer meeting where industry professionals are discussing commercial solutions to global contexts!
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Haroon Akram-Lodhi 17h
took in more than any other country in 2018, says
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Liz Ford 7h
The mother in Ecuador, failed by police and authorities, forced to investigate the murder of her daughter. Three convictions in connection with her death so far
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Leila Billing 10h
On *that* ‘poverty safari’ experience. The gallery at the end with pictures of destitute children is really something.
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NewsNViews Jun 17
I am not opposed to billionaires doing philanthropy - but they really should be taxed more.
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Practical Action Publishing 5h
Pop by at to see our books& journals -with a special conference discount! Are you an early career researcher? Don't miss our discussing how to get published at 1.15 in the Library. Can't be here? Get your discount online
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NewsNViews Jun 17
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Suzy Blaustein 11m
estimates that women & girls make up around 50% of any refugee population. We need to remember that often women have the best solutions to challenges -- Good on for showcasing that. StepWithRefugees
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NewsNViews Jun 17
Replying to @NewsNViews2
They really should push the boundaries (take risks).
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Bond Jun 11
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