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The Inhabited Borders of Babylon: A Prelude to the Silent Borders Workshop

Wednesday, April 28, 2010 13:51 3 Comments

We can’t do Mickey Mouse feel-good projects – digging latrines and helping 54 families to get a better toilet. This will not solve the problem. We need to focus on education, on the next generation of decision makers. We need to change minds, not build water pumps¹ Corrado Curti pdf version HELIÓPOLIS II, ©DIONISIO GONZÁLEZ, […]

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