Posts tagged with the category Government
Shaping the Hope and Promise of South Sudanese Children
Saturday, July 9, 2011, marked a great milestone for the African continent with the birth of a new nation—the Republic of South Sudan. Traditional and contemporary media outlets across the globe highlighted the new nation's independence day celebrations as they unfolded in Juba, South Sudan’s capital. As many countries welcome...
In Care and Full Service
A segment on NPR's Fresh Air caught my attention recently, bringing to mind organizational life and the complexities of the helping human systems process. On the show, host Terry Gross interviewed Jessica Goodell, a U.S. Marine who served in Iraq with the Marine Mortuary Affairs Platoon in 2004. As Goodell talked about her memoir, Shade It...
A Sustainable Earth Needs Lobbyists More Than It Needs Visionaries
In a recent column, Thomas Friedman proclaimed that “the Earth is full.” We’ve reached the point where we have too many people using too few resources, and trying to keep on keeping on this way will only lead to more trouble. The good news, he suggests, is that this makes fundamental transformation inevitable. Friedman...
Democracy is for Grown-ups
There is genuine delight on the growing voice of democracy in the Middle East, as we view the struggle to give birth to institutions that support and sustain social fairness and representation. At home, our democratic institutions are showing signs of wear, as people are frustrated by the inability to drive any sort of consistent policy in a...
Negotiating While Rome Burns
Pointing fingers. Casting blame. Passing the buck. Any cliché that implies fault accurately describes what happened on Capitol Hill last week as senators and members of Congress did everything they could to deflect responsibility over a possible government shutdown to members of their opposing party. They played the same blame game over the...
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