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Stephen Gelb, Executive Director of The Edge Institute
Margaret Legum, Chairperson on the Board of The South African New Economics Network (SANE)
Earthlife Contests Eskom Ruling
The Millenium Development Goals: perspectives from civil society
Information Management and Information Technology Resources for NGOs
JumpStart: Spotlight on Volunteering
Interview: Shaking up the Labor Movement - An interview the President of an International TradeUnion
Opinion: M&E at the Crossroads - Meeting the Challenge of Sector-wide Approaches and Budget Support
Social Change Assistance Trust
Document Management - an OSS Solution from South Africa
Accounting in Anyone’s Language
Seven Knowledge Management Mistakes for NGOs
Earthlife Africa Requests Answers from Eskom
Government Contact Directories and Information
Tips: Most Meetings Stink - Five Tips For Making Yours Useful
SANGONeT Conference 2006 - Call for Research Papers
Stay in the Local NGO News Loop
A Nation of Givers? Social Giving among South Africans
Earthlife Loses Bid to See Nuke Files
Books: The South African Institute for Advancement Library
See You in the New Year!
Quid Pro Quo: A Journalistic Look at NGO-Media Interaction in Africa
SANGONeT "ICTs for Civil Society" Conference
Reflections on the Habitat Jam: Leaning Tower of Babel?
SANGONeT Staffers Contribute to International Publication
Research: Towards Knowledge Societies
Governing Boards in the NonProfit Sector
Case Study: Building Capacity to Mainstream HIV/AIDS - CABUNGO's Experience with NGOs in Malawi
CIVICUS Toolkit: Basic Principles for Effective Writings Within Your Organisation
Research: CSR Standards - ISO 26000 Indicates Immaturity
Toolkit: ICT Evaluation with the Smart Toolkit
Research: Going Against the Flow
Research: Knowledge Management for Development: an International Organisation's Perspective
Book: Ubuntu Management Philosophy
Research: German Foundation Releases Report on NGO Learning Community
Research: Edupreneurs - Private Schooling in Developing Countries
NGO Trends: US Consolidation Predicted for 2006
Links to Gender NGOs
Agenda Feminist Media Project
Research: Campaigners get into the business of business

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