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Version 2 of Agenda Knowledge for Development (18 January 2017) is now available. Agenda Knowledge for Development, with its 13 Knowledge Development Goals, is designed to complement the Sustainable…Continue
Tags: Goals, society, Development, Sustainable, Development
Started this discussion. Last reply by Dilipsing Bayas Jan 21, 2017.
This Special Issue on disability inclusive development will be published in September 2016. The Guest Editors particularly encourage submissions from researchers, practitioners, policymakers and…Continue
Tags: for, papers, 2015, call, development
Started Dec 18, 2015
The IKM Emergent Research Programme - focusing on information and knowledge management in development - can be found at: www.ikmemergen.netTo join the mailing…Continue
Tags: knowledges, IKM_Emergent, multiple, practice, management
Started Oct 8, 2009
Some 400 members of the KM4Dev community are entitled to subscription to the KM4d Journal. For new members - or those who did not subscribe before - kindly add your details to the Surveymonkey at:…Continue
Tags: KM4dev., subscriptions, journal
Started Oct 6, 2009
Script for the Knowledge cafe on 'Uncomfortable truths in global development'
Thank you, Helen Gillman, for your kind words. It is a great pleasure for me to be part of this fishbowl as a canary - as described by Ann Hendrix-Jenkins on ‘uncomfortable truths in global development’. I think it is really important that KM4Dev is a space where we can talk about these issues – to quote Kishor Pradhan – with respect and dignity.
The #BLM movement has resonated with…
Posted on November 20, 2020 at 3:30pm
We are very sad to let you know that our colleague and friend, Hugo Besemer, passed away suddenly at home in Randwijk, The Netherlands, on 10 July 2020.
Hugo has been at the heart of…Continue
Posted on September 20, 2020 at 9:00pm
I was reading something about how to submit manuscripts for publication in the Knowledge Management 4 Development Journal and saw that April is the month for starting the submission process for the September publication. Am I welcome to join the process now despite the fact that it is apparently too late? Cheers, John