A collection of end-of-the-year articles, blogs & reflections

January 2, 2011

From an earthquake in Haiti to rescued miners in Chile…from the IPad to Jumo ….and don’t forget the World Cup and the Millennium Development Goals review:  Where were we and where  are we going? A collage of articles and blogs ending 2010 and welcoming 2011:

Eyewitness 2010 (The Guardian, London)

Around the World in 12 months (The New York Times)

The highs and lows of 2010 for the role of science in the developing world  (SciDev.Net)

Top 10 in Global Health Communications in 2010 from the Global Health Council

Good Intentions in 2010 (helping donors to make informed funding decisions) by Saundra Schimmelpfennig

“Human rights means you respect each other. That’s it, isn’t it?” by Paul McAdams

For fun, Tom Dawkins “The Best of Everything 2010

And for the New Year: Carpe diem: Seize the opportunity, ere it is lost.  by Ken Burnett and

Reflecting on 2011 – The Year Online Organizers Got Real a Net2Squared blog post by Joe Solomon

What were some of your favorites?

  • http://allisonj.org Allison Jones

    I wrote about six events that got us talking about nonprofits in 2010. Two biggest ones: Earthquake in Haiti (nonprofits ability to manage funds) and BP Oil Spill (nonprofits troubling relationship with corporate sponsors and the rise of “advocacy for hire.”


    • http://www.goinginternational.wordpress.com Bonnie Koenig

      Thanks, Allison, for adding your insightful end of the year post.

  • http://debelzie.posterous.com/ Deb Elzie

    I posted today about how “Young Women Across Continent Lead Africa’s Tech Scene”. I look at highlights of women in tech & media in 2010 http://bit.ly/f3Qs9Q