Redefining dating: the humanitarians of Tinder

Looking for a date? Forget dazzling them with your wits, a photo of you posing with local children in Kenya or helping to build a school in Vietnam may serve as a better tactic. Popular dating app Tinder is all about first impressions – users’ profiles contain only photos and …

Reveal yourself: the trend of anonymous blogging

“They have a following because their readers know that they are speaking the truth. But their employers could not tolerate the truth, so these bloggers have to remain in the closet.” – Dennis Whittle, Huffington Post. Blogging is popular among development professionals from a variety of backgrounds. A study by …

(Re)Presenting, the expat aid worker!

“The expat aid worker’s life revolves fairly evenly about four poles: Sending life-saving emails; attending life-saving coordination meetings; diarrhoea; and bouncing around in white Toyota Land Cruisers.” – Blogger MoreAltitute, Stuff Expat Aid Workers Like Cultured. Resilient. Compassionate. All qualities of an aid worker, right? Insert admirable trait here. This …

Re:change the world through a blog?

Who doesn’t dream of making the world a better place? To fight against injustice and inequalities and stand up for human rights. Unfortunately you don’t come far with only dreaming. For those who do actually decide to turn words into action, there are many options. You can work in the …