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This morning, I was having a run-through on some knowledge management principles and practices to develop a strategy for the uptake of some development solutions. Suddenly, it dawned on me that some organisations would not be willing to embrace these tools and methodologies. You know what? They sound simple and negligible for some “too serious” minds (in quote).
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Oxford HR is working with the International Solar Alliance to fill 10 vacant positions, to be based in Gurgaon, Haryana, (Delhi) India. ISA is a coalition of solar-resource-rich countries and was established to address their special energy needs. ISA is an action-oriented, member-driven, collaborative platform for increased deployment of solar energy technologies to enhance energy security and sustainable development, and to improve access to energy in developing member countries. The ISA…Continue
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Greetings from Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC)| www.bnnrc.net
BNNRC has been struggling for the last 20 years for opening up and strengthening the community media sector including Community Radio and giving focus on its vital role as voices of the voiceless rural people from 2000. BNNRC is in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council…Continue
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Community Media development-related ICT initiative of Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC) has recognized as a Champions in the prestigious UN World Summit on the Information Society (UN WSIS) Prizes 2021 and made Bangladesh proud in the World Platform. The award was distributed through…Continue
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The tag of "Feminist" is the latest Buzz word in my organisation, born out of a restless need to "pin down" the unease we have with the current system and paradigm and trying to "define" the change that we want to see.
You have feminist MEL…Continue
Working at the intersection of formal and informal knowledge systems in Africa, I spend most of my time trying to identify and energize pathways for decolonizing knowledge in ways that benefit both the Global South and Global North. It is from this vantage point that I have noticed that the Global South has gone through more than a century (since 1923) of coerced adoption of hybrids and chemicals from the Global North.
The Word Web…Continue
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Subject: Open consultation: “Building Europe-Africa Multi-Stakeholder Platform” Have your say!
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After years of part-time study, my PhD work is done: The Uptake of Wildlife Research in Botswana: a Study of Productive Interactions was formally accepted by Stellenbosch University in 2021. Sending thanks to the…Continue
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Has anyone here worked on designing a knowledge architecture for an organization?
I am looking for inspiration on how to represent the architecture, with its many elements and dimensions. I believe if I have a visual image that frame the K architecture idea, it will be easier to communicate the idea and have the conversations progressing with my colleagues.
if you have ideas, references to share, I would be most grateful. Happy to chat 1:1 as well.
Added by Cristina Sette on February 4, 2021 at 12:41pm — No Comments
Here are my remarks from the November 19, 2020 KM4Dev Knowledge Cafe #10 on “Uncomfortable Truths in Development,” with thanks to co-panelists Sarah Cummings, Ann Hendrix-Jenkins and Kishor Pradhan, moderated by Gladys Kemboi.
I want to say a bit about what we can do differently, and better, specifically as knowledge workers, to address the uncomfortable truths and supremacy models the other panelists have so…Continue
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As AMCOW Launches Its Knowledge Management Hub Of Hubs
By: Nkem Ekeopara
Nigeria’s former Minister-in-charge of water resources and sanitation, and the first president of African Ministers’ Council on Water (AMCOW) Barrister Mulhtari Shehu Shagari, CFR, has called on the United Nations (UN) to include Knowledge Management in their next development goals after 2030.…Continue
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Dear KM4Dev community,
People are asking, after this chaotic time, what can and should change? Well, many who are deeply committed to the potential of international development see new possibilities for a better field. How can we make them real? Here's my statement from my recent participation in the KM4Dev cafe entitled Uncomfortable Truths in Development.
Thank you for the introduction and event, and the KM4Dev community…Continue
Script for Knowledge Cafe on "Uncomfortable truth in development", 19 November 2020
Some of the things that I am going to speak about may not comfortably be spoken about usually in development. It is not necessary that you have to agree to what I have to say as we can always agree to disagree. And of course freedom of expression should apply to all.
The topic of my narrative is "Sham of Equality and Dignity in Development." This topic as I…Continue
Added by Kishor Pradhan on November 21, 2020 at 5:56am — No Comments
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…
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Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC) has been struggling for the last 20 years to open up the community media (including Community Radio, Community Television) and giving focus on its vital role as voices of the voiceless rural people.
The Ministry of Information Government of People’s Republic of Bangladesh has…Continue
Added by AHM Bazlur Rahman on October 12, 2020 at 9:55am — No Comments
Knowledge without a doubt has led to the evolution of people as a species and the role it has played in global economies and societies, can not be disputed. KM has always played an important role in collecting,storing, analysing, mining and processing data into knowledge although this practice varied from one organisation to the other due to varying organisational cultures. In todays world where rapid advancement in technologies has led to a phenomenon known as big data, we now find…Continue
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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
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Media development related initiative of Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC) has been recognized for 4th time as Champions in UN World Summit on the Information Society (UN WSIS) Prizes 2020.
The Champions prize was distributed virtual by ITU Secretary General on 7th September…Continue
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