Someone who doesn’t know a lot about International Development, hoping to learn a lot more… This is an unrelated collection of personal commentaries on the non-profit world. I hope as my own experience and knowledge progresses, so will this blog but in the mean time professionals in the development world may find these entries a little unoriginal (as the title suggests!). While some of my writings are drawn from my own fairly limited experiences, I am no expert and have tried to back up any assertions with links to other people who know a lot more than me. Any feedback, suggestions or ideas would be welcome.
NB. Most photos used are my own. Photos that are not my own will be credited.
Involved in a complicated love-hate relationship with international development, left-wing politics, and feminism. Despite current trends, I still believe that the international community can and must play a positive role in the story of people’s global self-empowerment.
Have previously worked with Romani children in France, youth in Rwanda, and under-served communities in the Philippines. Currently studying a Masters in Gender and Development in the UK.
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