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Lara Smallman
Campaigner, film-maker, blogger (London, United Kingdom)

Self-taught film-maker interested in exploring human rights issues. See more on larasmallman.com.

All posts from this author

19/10/2010 The Success Stories
01/10/2010 Time to stop vegging out?
29/09/2010 Just a gimmick?
20/09/2010 Why all eyes should not be on the summit
16/09/2010 Is Kenya's green dollar as good as it seems?
11/09/2010 War and Peace
28/08/2010 To convert or not to convert? That is the question. (Findings from Malaysia trip)
30/07/2010 Have we forgotten the most important thing of all?
20/07/2010 The problem is ours, not theirs
02/07/2010 Tradition vs. modernity: Reporting from Morocco
29/06/2010 Another inconvenient truth?
27/06/2010 The forgotten MDG
22/06/2010 Are we still keen on saving on the world?
17/06/2010 The Laugh Judgment
14/06/2010 Forget me not
12/06/2010 Dying for an iPad?
03/06/2010 No place like home
22/05/2010 Nuns up the ante...
22/05/2010 Human rights gone wrong?
09/05/2010 New voters = new politics?
29/04/2010 Can a small laptop make a big difference?
25/04/2010 Can Bill Gates change the world a second time?
23/04/2010 A picture speaks a thousand words. But must they be such negative ones?
19/04/2010 Journalists, come out, come out, wherever you are!
15/04/2010 Too much information?
13/04/2010 Why impartiality matters: A closer look at Gaza's water crisis
11/04/2010 Hippy Capitalism: a fair (trade) compromise?
09/04/2010 Can we forgive ourselves?
07/04/2010 Politicians - in it for the long haul or just along for the ride?
03/04/2010 Is 0.7% enough? I ask the Special Advisor to the Prime Minister on International Development
01/04/2010 Haiti; a case in point
30/03/2010 Why politicians need to start talking sh*t
28/03/2010 Be the change you want to see in the world
25/03/2010 What can we achieve?