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Wildfires and Livelihoods

https://youtu.be/X3c7WpqyCLQ The Global Forest Watch reported more than 97,500 square miles of the earth’s tree cover vanished last year, an area eleven times the size of Belize (1). Wildfires affected 6.2 million people between 1998-2017, attributing 2,400 deaths, and substantial irrecoverable ecological and economic losses

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HOW COVID-19 IMPACTS STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT IN BELIZE

Our New Normal  The impacts of the global pandemic have monumentally transformed lives and livelihoods worldwide.  To say the influence of the pandemic is omnipresent is an understatement as the effects have proven far-reaching within and across borders, industries and environments. The true extent of

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How To Process Feedback in Your Career

First published July 29, 2019 Most people think that they want feedback but, in truth, they only want positive feedback. We know that it is important to have feedback because getting other people’s informed opinion about the quality of your work helps you to improve

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YOUTH PARTICIPATION THROUGH THE LENS OF SOCIAL AUDIT

First published July 10, 2019 Youth participation is a pivotal issue within global academic and policy debates on democratic governance. The global population of young people is now considered to be at its highest in history, with an estimated 1.8 billion people between 10 and

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