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James Dryburgh

James Dryburgh is a Scottish-born Tasmanian writer. He has lived in Scotland, Spain and Latin America and is Co-editor of Tasmanian Times.

His writing has been published by New Internationalist, Island Magazine, Smith Journal, The Famous Reporter, Green Left Weekly, On Line Opinion, Axis of Logic (USA), Correo del Orinoco (Venezuela) and others. James will be speaking at the World Congress on Rural Sociology in Lisbon this year on the role of media and story-telling in communicating the realities of poor rural communities.

Foreign aid: moral imperative and national interest
International - 28/05/2012 - 14 comments
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