Reply to: The neglected universal force for peace and stability: LOVE?
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Reply to: Indirect Media Effects: The Unknown Quantity in Policy Making
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Reply to: A masterclass on cash transfers and how to use High Level Panels to influence Policy
Interesting post re: Owen barder's work on systems, advocacy, CTs, thanks. For DECADES we food security folks have said cash beats food aid sometimes (Andy Natsios moved the ocean liner of USAID around a bit on this 15 years ago). But NOTE cash beats food sometimes ... only quibble, little gender issues mentioned, but actually quite a big deal re: who gets the cash for what. Cheers....
Reply to: The Fourth Revolution: The Global Race to Reinvent the State
I think their criticism of the Left is entirely proportionate and justified. Traditional Left wing agendas have driven our public sectors and public spending to unsustainable sizes. If you can't/won't even identify a problem how are you suppose to fix it?
Reply to: Strengthening governance is top-of-mind for opinion leaders in developing countries
Development of governance of government is prior needs in developing country.