< p>According to many “horizon scanning” reports for international civil society
An Interview with Pedro Franco By Beverly Bell
Financial mismanagement. Lay-offs of local and international staff. Inappropriate conduct by leadership. Finally, a visit planned from headquarters to see what’s going on. What do you do?
In a country like India, where female foeticide is prevalent even today, there are many obstacles in convincing parents that a girl-child needs to be educated.
By Beverly Bell March 5, 2013
“Excuse me. What’s that you’re reading?” the woman wedged next to me in the busy restaurant asked.
< p>It’s been a great year at how-matters.org!
< p>Following on the interest in my posts on exchange visits between local organizations and <a href="http://www.how-matte
< p>When Carol arrived to the village in rural Indonesia to begin her anthropological dissertation research, she was shocked at the frequency of “feasts” that took place in the village.
Long time ago, I have hoped to take part in some activities that are connected to migration, especially refugees.