Door:
Eunice Mwaura

29 maart 2021

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The journalism landscape has greatly evolved over the past few years. Mainstream media is no longer the heart and soul of information, community news organizations are taking over with authenticity to better serve their audiences. Ben Ooko of Amani Kibera convened a journalistic workshop to identify and solve arising issues in ethics, objectivity and authenticity. Watch as journalists from different professional setups come up with solutions to the issues undermining the journalism space.

Tackling Inequality in Times of Crisis: Insights from the People vs Inequality Podcast

Door Barbara van Paassen | 21 januari 2022

“Ten richest men double their fortunes in pandemic while incomes of 99 percent of humanity fall” is the headline of the report that Oxfam launched this week. A report full of staggering numbers, showing that inequality doesn’t only disrupt lives and societies, it actually kills. The pandemic has both exposed and exacerbated existing inequalities. It is one of the reasons Barbara van Paassen started the People vs Inequality podcast. The hard hit that women took became the topic of the first series. In this blog she shares the stories of changemakers fighting inequality and four key take aways to turn the tide.

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World Economic Forum: complot of kans?

Door Hans Beerends | 20 januari 2022

Deze week wordt in Davos weer het jaarlijkse World Economic Forum (WEF) gehouden. Kwam de kritiek vroeger van links, sinds de coronacrisis komt die vooral van extreemrechts. Hans Beerends gaat na welke kritiek terecht is en welke niet.

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Interview dr. Moses Isooba: Shift or share the power?

Door Emmanuel Mandebo | 18 januari 2022

The next edition of the World Café is scheduled to take place on 20th January 2022. During the event, a number of practitioners and leaders in the NGO and the development arena will be discussing two main subjects; shifting power at work and the need for Northern Organizations to adapt policies and practices to support equal partnerships with their Southern Partners. One of the panelists, Dr. Moses Isooba, boasts of over two decades of work experience in the NGO world as well as in the donor circles. He currently serves as the Executive Director of Uganda National NGO Forum (UNNGOF), an organization that unites national and international NGOs operating in the country. Our Vice Versa contributor Emmanuel Mandebo caught up with Dr. Moses and the two had a candid conversation about Shift the Power movement and power relations between Northern and Southern organizations.

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