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Re: Fwd: [OSLIST] Opening Space in Africa

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  • Andrius Kulikauskas
    Thank you, Dante, I share with Janet Feldman s group Holistic Helping http://groups.yahoo.com/group/holistichelping/ Andrius Kulikauskas,
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      Thank you, Dante, I share with Janet Feldman's group Holistic Helping
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/holistichelping/
      Andrius Kulikauskas, http://www.selflearners.net, ms@..., @selflearners

      2011.03.07 19:45, Dante-Gabryell Monson rašė:
      > Hi Andrius,
      > fyi, below :)
      > warm greetings from Brussels
      > Dante
      >
      > Forwarded conversation
      > Subject: *Re: [OSLIST] Opening Space in Africa*
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      > From: *Cleo Mseka* <cleomseka@... <mailto:cleomseka@...>>
      > Date: Mon, Mar 7, 2011 at 9:34 PM
      > To: OSLIST@... <mailto:OSLIST@...>
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      >
      > Hello All,
      > The African Continent is ripe with opportunities, however Leadership
      > is a key barrier limiting growth to propel our visions.
      > I am interested in chatting more to people who have opened space in
      > Africa, or used this as a tool to facilitate Leadership
      > events/froums/or spaces of knowledge sharing relating to change and
      > leadership and are interested in the development of the African continent.
      > I am investigating the possibility of delivering a Leadership summit
      > of some sort at a preferred destination in the continent.
      > If you have attended leadership summits before, what worked well, what
      > didnt work well, how much business did you generate from contacts
      > made, what would you like to see less of or hear more of? Which
      > countries in Africa would appeal to you to attend a similar event?
      > If you are interested to share your
      > learnings/skills/experiences/modalities/success stories/passions etc-
      > please email me on cleomseka@... <mailto:cleomseka@...> or
      > chat on linked-in
      > http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=34361704&locale=en_US&trk=tab_pro
      > <http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=34361704&locale=en_US&trk=tab_pro>
      > Thank you for listening to me.
      > Warm Regards,
      > Cleo
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      > From: *Harrison Owen* <hhowen@... <mailto:hhowen@...>>
      > Date: Mon, Mar 7, 2011 at 11:58 PM
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      > Wonderful idea! And I think you might have to start by narrowing the
      > scope a bit. Africa, like every other continent, is not a single
      > thing. Add in the fact that, where the need for what you propose is
      > the greatest, the resources are least. And where the need is really
      > great, not only are resources in short supply, the atmosphere is
      > downright toxic. I think of Sierra Leone and Liberia in the first
      > category. Great potential (natural resources, good people) – but both
      > nations are hanging on by a string. And then we get to place like
      > Zimbabwe… ouch! Just to add a little spice to the brew, don’t forget
      > that North Africa is largely Islamic (and we know that is going on
      > there – more or less). And sub Saharan Africa is largely Black -- and
      > a very different kettle of fish.
      >
      > But you got to start somewhere. For whatever reason I think of Ghana.
      > Not the most exciting place in the world, but it has been there for a
      > long time and is on (relatively) good terms with the neighbors. Then I
      > guess I would think – not of a single Summit – but a succession.
      > Rolling across Africa, opening space for people to find themselves and
      > their future… A thought.
      >
      > ho
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      > *From:*OSLIST [mailto:OSLIST@...
      > <mailto:OSLIST@...>] *On Behalf Of *Cleo Mseka
      > *Sent:* Monday, March 07, 2011 3:35 PM
      > *To:* OSLIST@...
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      > *Subject:* Re: Opening Space in Africa
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