“We the undersigned wish to express our deep sadness at the murder of Ugandan human rights defender David Kato on 26th February 2011.  David’s activism  began in the 1980s as an Anti-Apartheid campaigner where he first expressed a strong passion and conviction for freedom and justice which continued throughout his life.   David was a […]

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It’s been over a week since the Super Bowl ended and just as long since the World Vision USA scandal about sending 100,000 over-printed shirts to developing countries hit the web. To date there are now 44 (including this one) blog posts dealing with this particular topic. To which World Vision USA has only responded […]

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World Vision USA plans to ship 100,000 discarded NFL shirts to developing countries after the Super Bowl. No, it is not Jason Sadler again. A respected chorus of smart aid critics are setting their targets on World Vision’s practice of donating the NFL’s “misprinted” shirts. This is a practice that has to be stopped because it is terribly destructive to local economies.

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