Posts Tagged ‘international development’

Virtual action learning knows no boundaries

Time and distance are no barrier when it comes to virtual action learning. A new virtual action learning set is bringing together experts from across the globe to tackle land tenure issues for Muslim women More

ALA sponsors the African Prisons Project

ALA is delighted to announce our sponsorship of the African Prisons Project (APP) – a pioneering charity that works to bring dignity and … More

Action learning helps ACCELERATE careers for indigenous Australian cultural leaders

Flying into the UK this week are a talented group of indigenous leaders from the Australian creative sector. ALA is delighted to be … More

Ruth Cook appointed Capacity Development Consultant with UN-Habitat

Ruth Cook has just returned from Nairobi following her appointment as a consultant for the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) the UN … More

Action learning in the United Nations

I have just returned from Nairobi working in the UN for UN-Habitat having been selected as one of a pool of six development … More

Virtual action learning supports Christian Aid global managers

Ubuntu – an African word with no literal English meaning but which describes an African spirit of kinship in which people can only … More