Link Loving 22.03.11

March 22, 2011 § Leave a comment

  • Stephen Hale looks at how development NGOs work together, and how they can do it better.
  • Wangari Maathai asks whether the revolutions in north Africa can spread south? No – because of a lack of national over tribal identity, the regressive army and lack of access to information.
  • Richard Graves on disasters and resilience.
  • Bryan Farrell on how Wisconsin has strengthened ties between labour and environment.
  • Turning that desk job into a game. But ultimately, it’s still a desk job.
  • Left Outside has a nice piece wondering why the mainstream media is so bad.
  • Cults of personality.
  • Nick Pearce thinks that Cameron’s reorganisation of Number 10 makes no sense.
  • Governments can do little to build civil society directly but much more to strengthen the conditions in which civil society can build itself. Michael Edwards.

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