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THE SOCIAL FICTION OF LOVE

Continuing our series of posts by our University of Oxford students attending the Skoll World Forum, viagra sale this piece is by Shauna Monkman, a DPhil student at the University of Oxford. You didn’t hear it credited outright in speeches, or in the hallways between panels at this week’s 2013 Skoll World Forum.  But it was […]

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Continuing our series of posts by our University of Oxford students attending the Skoll World Forum, viagra 60mg this piece is by Sara Leedom, stomach  a current MBA student. April 12, treatment 2013 — Today marks the last day of Genocide Remembrance Week in Rwanda, the 19th anniversary of the 1994 melee that ended a million […]

Emerging Markets: Philanthropy at the Intersection

Continuing our series of posts by our University of Oxford students attending the Skoll World Forum, shop this piece is by Akiko Aiba, health  a current MBA student. Wieber Boer, order CEO of The Tony Elumelu Foundation opened the session by introducing three speakers who are working on philanthropy in emerging markets: Amr A. Al-Dabbagh, Founding Chairman […]

Empathy: The Best Antidote for Messiah Complex

Continuing our series of posts by our University of Oxford students attending the Skoll World Forum, this piece is by Ken Moriyama, a student at Oxford’s Blavatnik School of Goverment who is studying for his Masters in Public Policy.  At a workshop called “Framework Change: Re-Examining Your Personal Theory of Change,” Bill Drayton, Henry De Sio […]

Mobile – Enabled Entrepreneurship for Water Security

Continuing our series of posts by our University of Oxford students attending the Skoll World Forum, viagra buy Skoll Scholar Shubham Anand summarises one of his forum experiences. Can mobile technology lead to solutions that ensure water security? This was the intriguing topic of the mid-morning session today led by Dr. Rob Hope who leads the ‘mobile/ water […]