On Monday 20th May 2013 in Johannesburg, South Africa, the University of Witwatersrand opened its doors to 30 professionals from all over Africa for the start of the Programme in Community Relations Practice in the Extractive Industries. Participants come from ten African countries, including DRC, Botswana, Mauritania and Tanzania, and also USA and Canada, representing a variety of companies in mining, oil & gas, traditional authorities, government and civil society.…Continue
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Increasing numbers of people are seeking to impact the world around them; to create real change at a local or global level.
Are you interested in philanthropy but unsure how to start?
Do you care passionately about an issue and want to make a real, tangible and sustainable difference?
Do you want to maximise the impact and effectiveness of your giving and social investment?
How do we turn global…Continue
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The Int. Journal of Teaching and Case Studies seeks case studies to the special issue "Teaching Entrepreneurship through Multipreneurship Case Studies" (http://www.inderscience.com/info/ingeneral/cfp.php?id=2125 ).
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Pearson is recruiting for an International Affairs Manager, to be based in either New York or London.
Pearson has one defining goal: to help people progress in their lives through learning. We champion innovation and we invest in models for education that deliver on our promise for effective, accessible, and personal learning from early literacy, college and career readiness to professional education, through data informed instruction and…
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The Girls’ Education Challenge’s ‘Innovation Window’ offers funding of between £250,000 and £2 million for the most innovative, effective and well evaluated pilot projects that support marginalised girls to succeed in their education. The Innovation Window is open for funding applications until 29th August 2012.…
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Save the date to join us for our benefit: A 'Virtual Visit' to Choix, supporting Haiti's L’Ecole de Choix, the School of Choice, October 20, 2012, 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. at Francis Parker School, 330 West Webster St., Chicago
Choix provides children in Haiti living in conditions of extreme poverty access to a quality education with a focus on leadership development, human dignity and respect. We honor Haiti's culture while…Continue
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Many people including women leaders and social workers are excited about women empowerment in development and under developed country. It is true that in those countries, there have been created…Continue
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[Summary of this blog: We know education and knowledge always act as an asset for everyone’s life. Library can do a big roll for learning. However, our farmers, garment workers and another poor service holders, labors have no opportunity, necessary education and time to access in library. For that reason, now most of them are out of modern knowledge, advantage of science and technology and amusing things of…Continue
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The Partnering Initiative of the International Business Leaders Forum and the Aga Khan Development Network are now implementing the next phase of the Civil Society Programme with the aim to facilitate partnerships between companies and civil society organisations in East Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, to achieve MDGS.
This is a 6 month programme (April –September 2011) during which we intend to conduct the following activities:
- a survey of companies and CSOs “Business-CSO…
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Though the title seems pessimistic, Kenya's always been one of the more developed Sub-Sarahan African countries, with a great education system. After a big crisis, it now seems back on track...
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SAGE Kenya is a country chapter of the Students for the Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship, a global community of teenage entrepreneurs sharing a common purpose. Started in 2009, Sage Kenya’s mission is to help create the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders whose innovations and social enterprises address the world’s major unmet needs.
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