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Career in Knowledge Management

Editorial 08-Nov-2014

Knowledge Management (KM) is a relatively new and emerging profession in development sectors. It has establishment new entity like knowledge society

Career in knowledge management in Development sector

Ashley Kornee 03-Jul-2017

“Knowledge is power.” This statement was made by Francis Bacon in 1668. Not much has changed since then. Every organization depends upon accurate and thorough knowledge in order to make the right decisions.

Know all about United Nations Volunteers (UNV)

Editorial 08-Nov-2014

Volunteerism is a powerful means of engaging people in tackling development challenges, and it can transform the pace and nature of development.

Career in Environmental Activism: Need of the Hour

Tania Kahlon 08-Nov-2014

Environmental activism has developed over the decades as a movement that advocating the conservation of and the improvement of the environment. Its origins may be traced back to the time of the Industrial Revolution in England, wherein increased coal mining gave rise to extremely high levels of pollution. This spurred a ‘back to nature’ movement as a result.

Social Advocacy: A Career Overview

Charu Chaturvedi 08-Nov-2014

Malala did it for girls’ education, Martin Luther King lost his life fighting apartheid, Mahatma Gandhi became an international symbol spearheading the non-violent movement.

Careers in Development Economics: making life better for future generations

Disha Bhattacharjee 08-Nov-2014

Economic Development is a process of sustained, concerted actions to improve the standard of living and economic health of a region. This may involve development of human capital, provision of infrastructure, enhancing market competitiveness, ensuring environmental sustainability, promoting social inclusion and other aspects that improve the quality of life.

New Media in Development Sector: An Interesting Career Option

Isha Sharma 08-Nov-2014

For Mohamed Bouazizi, a 26 year old Tunisian street vendor, the 17 December 2010 started like any other day. Bouazizi, who was unemployed like many others in the country, was selling fruits and vegetables on a cart in the Tunisian town of Sidi Bouzid. Suddenly, the government authorities confiscated his wares and allegedly slapped him on the face.

Career in Human Rights: A rewarding but challenging path

Richa Sharma 08-Nov-2014

Malala Yousafzai, a teenage girl from Pakistan, became a figure of strength and courage when she stood up for her rights despite bullets, intimidation or death threats. What was she demanding? How does Malala get entitled to demand for education for girls?

Volunteering with NGOs – gain while you give!

Richa Sharma 08-Nov-2014

You want to make friends while you learn? You want to have fun while you help others in the community? You want to get hands-on experience and see what it would be like to work in your dream organization? TRY volunteering! This may sound like an advertisement to you but volunteering can help one achieve the goals mentioned above and plenty more.

Development Communications in the Non-Profit Sector

Kesang Chungyalpa 08-Nov-2014

While having communications related positions in the non-profit sector is not something unheard of in the past, the rising value of development communications roles in the sector is a relatively new development.

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