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TNGO presents: Ramesh Singh

341 Eggers Hall

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Trends, Trajectories and Future of Transnational NGOs: Questions and propositions How has the world, after the recent crises and geopolitical shifts, changed for transnational NGOs? How are they globalizing, merging, expanding and changing to catch up and to be relevant? What kind of transnational NGOs will we will need in the next cycle of development, and what kind will we end up with? Ramesh Singh is currently a Visiting Fellow at the Hauser Centre for Nonprofit Organizations at Harvard University. He was most recently Chief Executive of ActionAid International, with whom he worked in various technical, management and leadership positions for over 25 years. He is from Nepal and has lived in and worked in Gambia, Ethiopia, Vietnam, Thailand, England and South Africa for most of the past 30 years. He trained as an agronomist/seed technologist in Nepal and the UK. His expertise and research includes food and agriculture; international NGO governance, strategy and management and governance; accountability systems; human-rights-based approaches and programming and South-South networking and influencing. Lunch will be served

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