30 International Development Headlines for 2011!
Hopefully thought-provoking! Please do not read too literally or seriously! And please do submit your headlines - either enter into the Comments section below or email me at email@example.com
So, here we go - the 2011 Headlines:
- Murdoch Divests Media Empire to Community Control
- Tobin Tax Adopted Unanimously by 100 Largest Banks
- 50% of Bottom Billion have Free and Open Wireless Access
- World Bank HQ Relocates to Bujumbura
- Developing Countries in DC Advising on Public Expenditure Controls
- Civil Society Seat at Security Council Filled
- Major Global Inter-Government Conference Agrees Specific, Mandatory Rules
- Facebook Opens to Google Search
- European Union Removes Agricultural Trade Barriers
- Big Financial Investment in Public Interest Media
- Obama Renounces Social Media
- Governments Reduce Public Relations Staff
- Fox Praises Increased Development Spending
- Small Talk Valued
- Twitter Reduces Maternal Mortality
- Information Overload Overcome
- Local Girl Becomes UN Celebrity Ambassador
- Intelligent Soap Opera
- Rural Radio Talk Show Goes Global Viral
- Messages Out: Conversations In
- Cities Follow Medellin Model
- Women have Top Jobs in Half Major Media Companies
- Public Debate in Vatican: Woman Chairs
- NGO Branding Spending Frozen
- Success Stories of the Poor Lead News
- The Return of Investigative Journalism
- Bottom Billion Renamed Top Billion
- Cabinet Meetings Open to Public
- Greenpeace Hosts UN Environment Conference
Well, those are mine - please let me know if any need explanation and feel free to respond!
More importantly - what are your 2011 headlines and why?
Either insert in Comments below or just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will share. Thanks.
Have a great 2011!