Imagine your city as a treasure map. In order to unlock the biggest prize, you need to identify two seemingly unrelated treasure chests and put them together. Now, the magic begins..
I’ll try to keep this post upbeat, but I must be honest – it will be very much against how I feel right now. And it is for a good reason. Recently, my boss sent me an article by Jenny Mackness entitled “Living in a state of conscious incompetence.” Conscious incompetence is the second stage in … More unconscious incompetence in the development sector
I have just arrived in Chisinau, Moldova. Tomorrow morning we are beginning our regional data journalism bootcamp! The energy even before the event has started is more than promising.
In times of scarce resources (more people competing for fewer funds) and growing openness to crowdsourcing as a method to identify interesting solutions (often accompanied by prizes), the manner in which you transmit what you have in mind carries a live-or-die kind of weight with it. And since we’re usually filling applications not because we … More Apply now! The challenge of applications
Do you know this feeling when your heart jumps in elation, because you saw one of your organization’s promotional or educational materials and they actually looked good? And does something die inside you as soon as you realize that what you see is the exception and not the rule? If it helps, I can tell … More serious must look good
When my friend and I were creating our foundation (for media literacy and freedom of speech), one of the few things that were obvious for us was that the foundation should have its accounts and profiles on all major social media sites available in Poland (including twitter, which at that time had only marginal meaning … More To pin or not to pin? Can a non-profit benefit from being on Pinterest?