Monthly Archives: December 2008

such a big difference?

As I slowly prepare myself for the work I will be doing upon my return to Seva Mandir, I have been doing my best to get whatever I can out of google books. As elaborated in my Analtical Paper and … Continue reading

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drawing to a close

The term has now ended. Officially. Tomorrow my parents will come to Brighton and we will spend a couple of days together, talking, walking, looking, eating, laughing and connecting. After that, I will be heading to London where I will, … Continue reading

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Complexity Power and Learning: Confluences for a Facilitator of Organisational and Social Change

It’s finally done! My Analytical Paper ‘Complexity, power, learning: confluences for a Facilitator of Organisational and Social Change’ – the one I outlined here – is finally complete and available on-line,┬áhere. It has been quite a pleasure to write although … Continue reading

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Complexity and inter-disciplinarity

My first assessed essay during my time here at IDS was on the topic of how an inter-disciplinary approach to development can contribute to the development research and practice. I took advantage of this opportunity to write about the insights … Continue reading

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What I’ve been doing

The way that can be described is not the absolute way… — Lao Tse It’s been a while since I last posted and so I feel the need to explain my absence from the blogosphere to the world. The basic … Continue reading

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