Category Archives: Global Poverty Project Blogs

‘Your Story’ Blog and Advocacy Through Storytelling

As a part of all the trainings and workshops I have given on social justice and advocacy I always include a component of storytelling. This is an example of mine but you might like to adopt something similar. Importantly it … Continue reading

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Same presentation always different experience

  Presenting about extreme poverty in a country that actually has extreme poverty is always a bit of a weird one but I have to say the presentation is usually just as affective as it is in the developed world. … Continue reading

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Summer of Polio Eradication Across North America…?

This is a failed attempt to sum up 6 months of polio eradication advocacy in a few words (well not really but it is mostly in dot points). I have to say this summer was the richest professional experiences I … Continue reading

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Des Says Thank you to You

If you donate this is where your donations go… This is a message not about me but for anyone and everyone who contributes to foreign aid for giving the people in extreme poverty the smallest opportunity to live without fear … Continue reading

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A Beautiful Day In Tumby Bay

I am now over 100 presentations for the Global Poverty Project and I finally got to present back at my old school of Tumby Bay where I was a teacher for a year in 2007 – yes one of the … Continue reading

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Peru’s Challenge

One of THE BEST Grassroots NGOs in Development… A fantastic opportunity to share with you one of the most amazing, holistic, organised and effective development organisations I have ever seen and heard of – Peru’s Challenge (http://www.peruschallenge.com/) Jane and Selvy … Continue reading

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A Sad Day to be Happy

Once upon a Global Poverty Project time in a not far away place inMelbourne(if you are already in Melbourne or far away if you are not inMelbourne) … I arrived in Melbourneon almost this day two years ago from Aotearoa … Continue reading

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