Some great food-y resources and articles here http://www.globaljustice.org.uk/campaigns/food
The UK’s Department for International Development (DIFD) has published a guide for UK aid workers that outlines the ways that climate change and climate-related factors are already worsening conflict and social breakdown in fragile states across the world.
Very sad to see this article the other day – http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/nov/16/tanzania-government-accused-serengeti-sale-maasai-lands?CMP=fb_gu
I’ve become increasingly interested in events in Tanzania after spending 3 months there in the summer. My Tanzania co-volunteers and friends would often talk about their despair over the corruption of their elected politicians and of the political system in general – will this help?
Interesting article on the back of my recent trip to Tanzania – http://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/tanzania-water-shortage-business-private-public-partnership?CMP=new_1194
Link to a blog article expertly written by a fellow St Andrews SD graduate and ICS volunteer. I learnt a lot about Female Genital Mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) on reading it and feel it is important to share as widely as possible.
As Laura writes “I really hope that this blog post has made you think about this issue” – it definitely made me think and that is a great first step that can be taken by anyone and everyone.
An important read.
Did a quick google after reading, in light of my upcoming trip to Tanzania, found this http://www.28toomany.org/media/uploads/tanzania_final_final_final.pdf