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Review of “The Earthscan Reader on NGO Management”: The Role of NGOs in Sustainable Development and Heritage Management around the World

This text on NGO management is an edited collection of essays focusing on issues in the goals, efficacy, structure and administration of non-governmental development organizations (NGDOs), and is itself organized in a textbook-like fashion, with an apparent audience of people … Continue reading

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Review of “Cross-Cultural Management” (Part 2): Implications for UNESCO, Sustainability and World Heritage

(This review is a continuing study of the text first analyzed here.) In the second half of this book, David Thomas explores the primary responsibilities of managers and how they manifest in cross-cultural contexts, as well more specific challenges affecting … Continue reading

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Forget The Mission Statement. What’s Your Mission Question?

Forget The Mission Statement. What’s Your Mission Question? | Co.Design: business + innovation + design. This article has some solid points that would be useful for any organization to think about, I expect.  It focuses on the concept of returning … Continue reading

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Australian uranium discovery threatens ancient indigenous cave art

Australian uranium discovery threatens ancient indigenous cave art | Environment | guardian.co.uk. This article from the Guardian highlights some of the challenges that possibilities for development pose to historic sites located in resource-rich areas. A red and white kangaroo painted … Continue reading

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Review of “Our Common Future,” the United Nations’ Report on Sustainable Development

The United Nations’ 1987 Report of the World Commission on Environment and Development (WCED), also known as “Our Common Future” and the “Brundtland Report,” was the culmination of a several-year-long study that sought to identify obstacles to the long-term health … Continue reading

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Reblogged: The utility of an international vision of public history

The utility of an international vision of public history | History@Work. A commentary on the potential value of integrating multiple types of stakeholders, including those on location and often lacking in authority over the telling of their own history, into … Continue reading

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