Ron McCallum

Ron McCallum

Ron McCallum Emeritus Professor, University of Sydney, Australia Access to knowledge is important for everybody, and for persons with disabilities as we are excluded. Without my supporters and accessible technology. I could never have become the first totally blind...
Chris McMullan

Chris McMullan

Chris McMullan Masters’ student, Anthropology of Development and Social Transformation, University of Sussex, UK As a student of anthropology and development, I am constantly examining what knowledge means both as a process, and as a resource. By studying and...
Henning Melber

Henning Melber

Henning Melber President of the European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI) ‘Knowledge is power’ remains a popular slogan in education and beyond. It aims to motivate learners to acquire knowledge and to apply it for own gains. But...
Angelika Mittelmann

Angelika Mittelmann

Angelika Mittelmann Knowledge Manager at Voestalpine, Winner of the KM Award 2015 It is not the knowledge as such but the attitude towards learning that makes the difference.  Knowledge and learning are two sides of the same coin. The good news is that learning is a...
Marjan Modara

Marjan Modara

Marjan Modara Engineer, Researcher, and PhD Candidate in Knowledge & Innovation Management, Bahrain In October 2008, the Kingdom of Bahrain launched its comprehensive economic vision under the title of ‘The Economic Vision 2030 for Bahrain’. In it, Bahrain conveys...
Isaac Mugumbule

Isaac Mugumbule

Isaac Mugumbule Supervisor Landscape, Kampala Capital City Authority, Directorate of Physical Planning, Uganda Uganda has been known internationally as the pearl of Africa. According to the Kampala Physical Development Plan 2012 (KPDP), Kampala was previously referred...