Working in development; cartoons of injustice; how many slaves work for you?; Valentine's day silliness: graphics I liked

work in developmentWhat it’s like to work in development – the picture version  [h/t Alex Evans] Cartoons that highlight injustice and insecurity, (with mixed success) – here’s one of the better ones. of-a-series-of-cartoons-p-003 (1) How many slaves work for you? Very pretty interactive graphic, but it takes ages, and the methodology is probably dodgy. [h/t 3500 Millones] ‘Shall I compare thee to an RCT? Though art fairer and more accurate.’ Valentine’s day tweets for policy wonks, c/o CGD’s David Roodman. Very silly and almost enough to make me start tweeting. Chris Blattman adds his bit (Trotsky definitely my favourite)… valentines]]>

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