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Evaluating Communication for Development: A Framework for Social Change

Evaluating Communication for Development: A Framework for Social Change | Global dev | Scoop.it
Evaluating Communication for Development presents a comprehensive framework for evaluating communication for development (C4D). This framework combines the latest thinking from a number of fields in new ways.

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Equity should be the goal of the post-2015 agenda

Equity should be the goal of the post-2015 agenda | Global dev | Scoop.it
Only through focusing on equity can poverty reduction and a sustainable environment be achieved in the post-2015 development framework.
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Managing risks in development interventions

Managing risks in development interventions | Global dev | Scoop.it
Take the Arab Spring, for example. Frankly, it caught us somewhat off-guard and we decided that we may need different approaches to our thinking on development and more specifically to our way of working to address development challenges.
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Risk management for development

Risk management for development | Global dev | Scoop.it
Humanitarian and development organizations constantly face different types of risks. The success of their initiatives largely depends on their ability to manage these risks effectively.
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The Monty Python guide to aid and development. Part Two – Economics

The Monty Python guide to aid and development. Part Two – Economics | Global dev | Scoop.it
So another Friday comes round, we all need a break, so following the triumph of last week’s Monty Python guide to the politics of development, let’s move on to economics…… Redistribution is trickier than we thought [via Andrea Franco] Wellbeing v ...
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A different economy with different money

A different economy with different money | Global dev | Scoop.it
There is more to money than most people think. Today, it is commonly seen as paper money issued and regulated by a central bank. Most people that use money would therefore accept the currency available to them in their countries.
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