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African governments challenged to ensure food security
Publication: The Stanadard - Kenya
Author: Ally Jamah
Date: November 21, 2011
Agricultural experts have called on African governments to fully implement policies that empower rural women to boost agricultural production and food security.

Safeguarding growth by protecting people
Author: Noeleen Heyzer
Date: November 20, 2011
While European and North American leaders struggle to regain fiscal credibility by cutting back social entitlements, those of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) met in Bali last week at a historic turning point, an economic coming of age for their region, which may require them to move in the opposite direction.

Kenyan agricultural projects win accolades
Publication: The Stanadard - Kenya
Author: Ally Jamah
Date: November 15, 2011
Several local agricultural projects have been singled out as success stories in a seminar in Austria.

Is Your Community Better Off Because it has a Museum? Final Thoughts About Participatory Culture (part III)
Author: Rob Stein
Date: November 03, 2011
In the first two posts of this series we examined some of the challenges and opportunities for museums and libraries in an era of participatory culture, and also highlighted a few of the more pressing questions that popped up in discussion among colleagues during a recent meeting at the Salzburg Global Seminar.

Anna Dixon: Innovations in the healthcare workforce needed to deliver productivity improvements
Publication: BMJ Group Blogs
Author: Anna Dixon
Date: November 02, 2011
The NHS in England faces a huge challenge over the next decade. The tighter public spending settlement for the NHS means the NHS will have to increase productivity in the order of four per cent per annum. The health sector is a labour intensive industry; it will only be possible to deliver productivity improvements by using human as well as financial ...

The Challenges and Opportunities of Participatory Culture for Museums and Libraries (part II)
Author: Rob Stein
Date: October 21, 2011
In part I of this series, we collected a number of great responses about the challenges and opportunities for museums to consider in light of the rise of participatory culture. This post, follows up on several of those ideas and connects to the ongoing discussions occurring at the Salzburg Global Seminar this week.

Please Chime In: The Challenges and Opportunities of Participatory Culture
Author: Rob Stein
Date: October 11, 2011
With the hustle and bustle of life and meetings swirling around us all, it’s a rare occasion that we get to step outside of that pace and reflect on “big issues.” Contemplating an approach for the challenges that face museums given the changes in popular culture can make the difference between an organization that significantly impacts its community ...

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