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Please note that this site is designed to provide networking and sharing of promising practices. Individuals are not allowed to post their individual requests to find jobs as the site would deluged and there are other websites that do provide this service. However, we have developed several short guides to careers, academic programs, funding, research, teaching resources, practice in peacebuilding, international development, human rights and related fields. In addition, there are several guides for how to use and manage your Peace and Collaborative Development Network Account. Please feel free to suggest additional resources for each guide and ideas for new themes and check back periodically as new guides are being developed.
The links to the guides (grouped by theme) are provided below:


GUIDE TO USING THE PEACE AND COLLABORATIVE DEVELOPMENT NETWORK


GUIDES TO ACADEMIC PROGRAMS, PROFESSIONAL TRAINING AND SCHOLARSHIPS


GUIDES TO CAREERS AND INTERNSHIPS


GUIDE TO NETWORKING


GUIDES TO PROJECT FUNDING AND KEY IT RESOURCES


GUIDE TO PRACTICE


GUIDE TO TEACHING/TRAINING RESOURCES


GUIDE TO EVENTS IN THE FIELD

 
 
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Date : 20 January 2013 07:49

(Audio CD) The Brainiac does it again with his brand new CD, “War & Peace (the peace disc)”. He is back with the real sh’t at last, and “Peace” is his best album since “Death Certificate”. I was a little nervous when I found out that he didn’t produce, and that the likes of Chucky Thompson and Puff Daddy was beatmakers. But it works out real fine and the beats are perfect for Ice Cube. Cube fans know that the sound on “War” wasn’t quite right… Anyway Cube’s flow is better that ever, on tracks like “Roll All Day” and “Supreme Hustle” he proves that his game is still tight and that he can match rap-storytellers like Slick Rick and Biggie. This CD contains a pile of supa tracks, that Cube fans and Gangsta Rap fanatics can love for a long time . Be sure to check out “Hello” w/Mc Ren and Dre, “Gotta Be Insanity” and “Record Company Pimpin’”. This actor/producer/screenwriter/MC is still doin’ it… and I can’t help lovin’ it!

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