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Each year, donors around the world spend over US$200 billion in aid for emergency response and global development. They do this with the intention of improving the lives of individuals and communities suffering from abject poverty, food insecurity, poor health, violations of their human rights, violent conflict, or natural disaster. Yet despite the commendable efforts of the global community, there are still millions of people around the world that remain vulnerable. In a recent blog called Managing Confirmation Bias in Stakeholder...

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RT @SustAbility: What makes a strong leader in sustainability? @erbinstitute digs into the GlobeScan-Sustainability Leaders Survey https://…