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  • This blog is hosted by Transparency International, the global coalition fighting against corruption.
  • Oxfam is an international confederation of 14 like-minded organizations working together and with partners and allies around the world to bring about lasting change.
  • Features the personal views of ODI experts on a range of current events and issues.
  • This blog expands on Nicholas Kristof’s twice-weekly columns, sharing thoughts that shape the writing but don’t always make it into the 800-word text. It’s also the place where readers make their voices heard.
  • An international Blog meant to stimulate debate on development issues.
  • Global Voices is a community of more than 300 bloggers and translators around the world who work together to bring you reports from blogs and citizen media everywhere, with emphasis on voices that are not ordinarily heard in international mainstream media.
  • Tracking governance and corruption issues from a global, bottom-up, gov2.0 view. Features our work, gossip, reports.
  • The Global Food for Thought blog provides updated information, commentary, and analysis on breaking developments on international agriculture, food, and related issues.
  • Independent journalism
  • Unconventional thoughts on economic development and globalization
  • International News, Economic Development, foreign policy, and violent conflict
  • Change.org is an online hub for social change.
  • The Center for Global Development is an independent, nonprofit policy research organization that is dedicated to reducing global poverty and inequality and to making globalization work for the poor.
  • Guided by the belief that every life has equal value, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation works to help all people lead healthy, productive lives.
  • The Aid Watch blog is a project of New York University's Development Research Institute (DRI). This blog is principally written by William Easterly
  • Afrigator is a social media aggregator and directory built especially for African digital citizens who publish and consume content on the Web.
  • AfriGadget is a website dedicated to showcasing African ingenuity.