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Young women in Paraguay participate in the development of their community development plan.

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Leading from the global south

Bondcast episode 3

Bond

Thursday, December 13, 2018

This episode of the Bondcast comes from a session at the Bond Conference 2018, where panellists discussed imbalances of power and how northern NGOs can work with southern partners to help them better lead their own development.

The session was chaired by Irũngũ Houghton, executive director of Amnesty International Kenya. He was joined by Ambika Satkunanathan, chairperson of the Neelan Tiruchelvam Trust, Jessica Horn, director of programmes for the African Women’s Development Fund, and Roland Siebes from the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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