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Diaspora giving: Young generation keen to make a change - FT.com

Diaspora giving: Young generation keen to make a change - FT.com | Arrival Cities | Scoop.it
Back in 2006, Give to Colombia (G2C), a US-based non-profit group that creates, promotes and facilitates alliances between international donors and grassroots organisations in Colombia, hosted a forum in Miami targeted at the US diaspora.
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Ethics in Agriculture

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"Seeds of Freedom is a film that charts the story of seed from its roots at the heart of traditional, diversity rich farming systems across the world, used to monopolise the global food system. Depics how the industrial agricultural system, and genetically modified (GM) seeds impacted the agro & biodiversity evolved by farmers and communities.

 

Seeds of Freedom seeks to challenge the mantra that large-scale, industrial agriculture is the only means by which we can feed the world."

 


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Fourth Sector | Imagine Rural Development Initiative

Fourth Sector | Imagine Rural Development Initiative | Arrival Cities | Scoop.it

Something’s definitely going on, because over the past ten years the boundaries between what is public (district, state, national), what is private (companies), and what belongs to voluntary organisations (non-profit) have become less and less distinct. Parallel to which the contours of an entirely new social arena have started to emerge – which Europe has been the first to dub the “for-benefit ” or “fourth” sector.

 

A sector populated by organisations, institutions and companies that are characterised by being self-financing – i.e. they operate on the free market – but who, on top of the bottom line, want to be measured and judged on the level of their social, ethical and environmental sense of responsibility.

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