Tuesday, 20 July 2010

World Service

Here’s some random viewing, listening and reading from the last week or so.

Above: The Ducor Hotel, Monrovia, Liberia. Photographs by Glenna Gordon, words by Jason Margolis, from Rebuilding Liberia, a series of reports on post war reconstruction broadcast by PRI’s The World.

In The Walrus: Where Ghana Went Right, by John Schram.

On the BBC World Service: something I missed when it was broadcast last March, Najieh Ghulami on Afghan Bloggers.

Related to that, something I haven’t listened to yet, Blogs & Bullets: Evaluating the Impact of New Media on Conflict, at the United States Institute of Peace, spotted via Onnik Krikorian’s blog at Frontline. (Reminds me of this!)

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