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On the occasion of the international scientific workshop "Mobilization for Change" three Laureates of the “Alternative Nobel Prize” (Right Livelihood Award) from Nigeria, Pakistan and Columbia discuss on a public panel about their work and their lifes.
Bild: ©Gajus / Fotolia
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ConnectED is a new network for all development workers, past and present. We have created this portal to help you make contacts and discuss the issues that are important to you. These could be matters relating to your work or questions about going away and coming back. The success of ConnectED depends on you. Sign up, get involved, and help to make the network exciting, dynamic and sustainable. Send us your comments and ideas.
The Association of German Development Services (AGdD) is the umbrella association for the development service providers recognised by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). Our members place or send professionals who want to work in projects initiated within the scope of development cooperation or the Civil Peace Service. The Development Workers Act (EhfG) provides the basis for our work. We are a point of contact for the parliament, government and political parties and engage in in-depth discussions on issues relating to development service. The Development Workers Act (EhfG) provides the basis for our work.