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What is the Truth? Thoughts on the…

[1] Martina Topic[2] Introduction What is the Truth? Normally, people do not ask too many questions about this because there is always something perceived as a generally or personally accepted truth. For example, the...

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Which Way to Peace?

Dubravka Kalac Zadar, Croatia >Sometimes, when I walk the streets of my city, late in the evening, when there's only silence present, pictures of  not so distant past strike me, and I...

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Very often, the only true product of an NGO activity.  A very detailed description of everything that was not done in the project (See) so that it looks like it was done perfectly. It obligatorily includes the financial aspect where all the money spent is justified as if it was spent for perfect results (See).  It is important to list all possible indicators (See) of success: it is compulsory to name some benign problem (for example, the obstruction of the local nationalists, natural disasters, weird local customs, unrealistic requests and exaggerated expectations of the beneficiaries (See) or participants (See), etc.) in order to enhance the authenticity of the report. Any problem is justified by force majeure   and may even serve well to justify the exceeding of the budget.