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This year 2011 is the 100th anniversary of the International Women’s Day. The African Diaspora Professional Women in Europe (ADIPWE) is compiling the list of Inspirational Female of African origin in Europe. Could you please help us to put a high quality list together and increase their visibility?
The list will be published in the first week of March. Please click on the link below to nominate your inspirational woman now…Continue
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Business leaders from Unilever, Suncor and a dozen other organizations met to identify their greatest challenges in sustainability. Facilitator Tima Bansal, a professor of strategic management, distilled the group's findings into 10 key priorities.
Read the full report.…
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January 2011 marks the fifth month of the United Nations International Year of Youth. The year commenced on August 12 2010, and represents an effort to ‘harness the energy, imagination and initiative of the world’s youth in overcoming the challenges facing humankind, from enhancing peace to boosting economic development’ (UN 2011).
The three key focus areas of the programme aim to: create awareness, mobilize and engage young…Continue
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The American Indian College Fund received $150,000 from the UPS Foundation to continue the UPS Foundation Tribal College Scholarship Program. For 13 years, this program has been providing scholarship support to students attending the nation’s tribal colleges and universities (TCUs). The renewed program will provide a $2,250 scholarship for one student at each of…
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Corporate Volunteering promises an array of benefits, but there is one single benefit that overshadows the rest - one single benefit that is the sole measurement of success for your…Continue
Added by Chris Jarvis on January 29, 2011 at 15:30 — No Comments
... and opportunities in the telecommunications (especially in rural areas) for the private sector !
This article shows that liberalization and privatization cannot come without re-distributive policies and social safety nets due to the changes the society undergoes in the meantime. But this also means new openings and opportunities to act for social businesses: be it in education, health, or telecommunications sectors
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I logged on to Facebook this morning, and had a message from a friend that runs an NGO in rural Benin, a small country in West Africa.
"We have a number of tailors & artisans waiting for us to start Novi Boutik (the NGO's online store), but I don't even know how we are going to get sample products, or provide start-up funding for them."
There are so many…Continue
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"Competition and innovation are helping create an open marketplace for environmentally sensitive products" says Stephen Farrant,…Continue
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Harvard Business Review’s cover story this month, “Creating Shared Value,” should be a celebration of how far CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) has taken us. Instead, authors Michael Porter and Mark Kramer discredit CSR to make room for their new idea, "Shared Value".
Well come to the World top Mt. Everest Nepal! We'll freely host You and lets have prayer fasting, seminars, conferences and evangelical ministries and short trekking around the Everest Base Camp and its villages. We secure you and team through Nepal Govt. and its authority.
As well we are looking WORLD - WIDE partnership for our Prayer Mount Everest Tower (24 HRS) You just have to be a group leader of the Churches and Ministries as per the different itinerary and schedules publish by…Continue
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“Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see…Continue
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Southeast Asia is a hub for human trafficking. So often, young girls are lured by traffickers through promises of well paying jobs in the cities. If you have read Half the Sky, by Nicholas Kristof and his wife Sheryl Wudunn, you will already be aware of the horrors endured by women and girls caught in the web of modern day slavery, and if you don't know, read the book. It's easy to read but hard to handle.
I write for a…Continue
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By Professor David Grayson and Dr JC Spender…Continue
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