They Come in the Name of Helping

Posted by alison on February 8th, 2008

Peter Brock, a student at Skidmore College produced this documentary, They Come in the Name of Helping.  It’s a different perspective on international philanthropy – mainly from the people who are supposed to benefit.  This came to my attention through Peter Deitz’s blog where he also posted a great interview with Peter Brock.  Click here to watch the film.

 

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4 Responses to “They Come in the Name of Helping”

  1. Ajith says:

    Hii Ms Alison and other readers,

    Watch this short movie… or other short movies in the website given below. Almost a dollar gets donated for a selected charity for every view.

    http://www.whatkindofworlddoyouwant.com/videos/view/id/408214

    Thankyou

    And wish you all a Happy Valentine’s Day

    Ajith

  2. Peter Brock says:

    Alison,

    Thanks for posting my film. To read an interesting review/critique of the film as well as my response, check out Penelope Chester’s blog:

    http://penesmeanderings.blogspot.com/2008/02/they-come-in-name-of-helping-part-2.html

    Also, check out http://www.globalhood.org to learn about a new NGO dedicated to improving development through multidisciplinary collaboration and innovative programs.

    Peace,

    Peter

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