Support Women Entrepreneurs in East Africa to Build Skills

Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) Secretariat, in partnership with United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), and with the financial support from the Government of Canada, is rolling out the Online Entrepreneurship and Financial Literacy Training Programme for Women and Girls in the IGAD region. A comprehensive training needs assessment to […]

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Every paper tells a story – British Library Newspaper Archive treasures deliver a treasure trove of bizarre, funny and thought-provoking stories, from 1729-1930

The unrivalled collection of newspapers held by the British Libraryhave been trawled by journalist and author Rona Levin for a book which brings together some of the strangest human-interest stories written in newspapers.  Levin’s eclectic selection spans two centuries of writing, finding stories that gripped the nation up to 285 years ago. Comic, Curious & Quirky: […]

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Anjool’s Trust announces 2014 Award Winners

Anjool Maldé Memorial Trust is pleased to congratulate ten worthy Award Winners for 2014. Anjool’s Trust, a legacy to Anjool (Jools) Maldé (1984-2009), makes annual awards to the UK’s brightest and talented across key areas of activity and interest that Jools himself was passionate about. 1/. Navjeev Singh, Karen Pollard, Rob Krawczyk, Sami Ibrahim (courtesy: […]

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New book: 11 Oak Street

The true story of the abduction of a three-year-old child from Bristol, England, to San Francisco, California, and its appalling consequences. 11 Oak Street is the true story of how the Queen’s bankers, Coutts & Co, sent two cashier’s cheques to the law firm of Urie Walsh in San Francisco with the wrong address on […]

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