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Young human being making her way through life.

I wear Fezes now. Fezes are cool.

"People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but actually from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint - it's more like a big ball of wibbly wobbly... time-y wimey... stuff." - The Doctor

Sophia. 20 something, German and Dutch heritage, but grew up in Australia for more than 18 years of my 20 something years of life. I'm an arts/economics student, majoring in awesome majors.

Music. Nonviolence. Love. Compassion. Photography. Volunteering. Social Justice.


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While financing is crucial, we can’t assume a direct link between governments having more money and progress towards the MDGs. The existence of good institutions to design, implement and evaluate policies is crucial. Such institutions need to be able to raise revenue so that poverty reduction can be sustained in the medium and long term.

There are some important lessons here for the designers of the framework that follows on from the MDGs – a framework that must tackle inequality as well as poverty.

Who’s going to pay for the MDGs? | Written by David McNair, posted on The Guardian’s Poverty Matters Blog on the 23rd January 2012 (via artofjournalism)