Links I Liked

December 3, 2018

     By Duncan Green     

Transforming racist graffiti

An inspired adbuster transformed some racist graffiti in Walthamstow, London, into something a lot more welcoming. Ht Ellie Levenson

What Do African Aid Recipients Think of Charity Ads?

How to run a ‘book sprint‘ that enables a group of authors to write a book in 3-5 days

Bangladesh’s gender wage gap is the lowest in the world (ILO) ht Naila Kabeer

Request for interview with Adam Smith

Growing grassroots activism among Rohingya in the camps – including a network of self-funded schools – is driven by a generation of refugees who came of age in the camps as well as by more recent arrivals who graduated from school before fleeing Myanmar.’

Adam Smith looks like he might finally make it

Identity Politics and the Political Marketplace. Serious helicopter thinking from Mary Kaldor

‘there is a proliferation of orphanages in tourist destinations. People see visiting an orphanage as part of a tourism experience like going on safari.’

Here’s a metaphor for me trying to learn anything involving IT

Even though it is apparently being circulated among Tory MPs, this clip from a 1992 comedy bears no resemblance to any current or former members of the British Government. Got that? None at all…

December 3, 2018
Duncan Green