As we usher out 2020 — the (enter superlative of your choice) year — let’s take a moment to look back before we close the door for good. What captured our imaginations, reflected our emotions and sparked our hope for a better tomorrow? From the wisdom of Dolly Parton to the life-saving potential of snail […]Continue reading
Why you should listen
Professor Dame Marilyn Waring was elected to the New Zealand parliament at age 23, where she helped lead the country to become nuclear-free. Her parliamentary experiences chairing the Public Expenditure Committee led to her book Counting for Nothing, first published in 1989. Since then, Waring has been an expert development consultant in gender and economics throughout the Asia-Pacific region. She works as a professor of public policy at AUT University in Auckland, New Zealand.
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