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David Barth with World Accord project partners in Honduras. Image: Victoria Fenner
Victoria Fenner | David Barth of World Accord talks about his challenging trip home from Honduras with a group of volunteers. And Simon Chambers, ACT Alliance, talks about changing priorities in the time of COVID-19.
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Yves Engler | If you agree that answering the question "Are we doing all that we could be doing in the world?" requires some critical voices, you may not like the way international development NGOs are funded.
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Image: Tanya Cothran. Used with permission
David Peck | Tanya Cothran and David Peck talk about mutual trust, Smart Risks, peace-building, mattresses, innovation and a grassroots manifesto for change.
Book Review
Augusta Dwyer | When is charitable giving actually harming the cause instead of supporting it? In her new book, Augusta Dwyer looks into international development and the "celebrification" of aid.
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Kelly Hadfield - Ghana, Social Change and Choice
Face2Face | Kelly has a great story to tell and is a woman with a cause. She proves that little things make a big difference and that moving the social change needle requires commitment, passion and focus.
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Lauchlan Munro, Non-GDP Metrics, Poverty and Policy Developments
Face2Face | Join in today as my guest talks about non-GDP metrics for development, ideological tool kits, policy development and why the "weight of ideas" matters a great deal.
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Meera Karunananthan, Aine O'Connor | Five years ago, the United Nations formally recognized the human right to water and sanitation by passing resolution 64/292.
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Africafiles, Heather Yundt | Awra Amba, a community in northern Ethiopia, has rejected aid and embraced equality for more than 40 years.
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Scott Neigh | Organizer and author Dru Oja Jay talks about how NGOs have undermined, prevented, and co-opted grassroots social movement organizing in Canada.
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Erica Butler | Lucy Sharratt of the Canadian Biotechnology Action Network gives her take on a new GM apple from B.C. Dalhousie's Matthew Schnurr talks about the development of the GM matooke banana in Uganda.
Activist Toolkit
| Workshops and guides to help teach students about Fair Trade products and policies
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Participants at "WE ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE"
Fiona Rayher, Kelly Thoreson | The 'We Are Making a Difference' youth workshop and performance demonstrates how interactive theatre can be used for social change.