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Mia Judkins
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New Zealand EVOKE Agents

Attention all New Zealand based EVOKE AgentsWould anyone be interested in getting together to start figuring out what we can do collaboratively from NZ?Ideally I'd like to meet up in person as well…Continue

Tags: collaboration, meet, nz, kiwi, zealand

Started Mar 4, 2010

 

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ACT2 - Semi-guerilla Gardening in Aro Valley

I used to see these random, grass-filled tubs every day when I was studying at University. When I moved in to the neighborhood seven years later I decided it was definitely time to do something about it.



I thought they would make great micro-community vegetable gardens, providing free, local food. But they needed a lot of work before that could happen.



I cleared away all the bottles, rubbish, rocks and glass and weeded the tubs.



At first I just planted the… Continue

Posted on March 20, 2010 at 8:30pm — 7 Comments

ACT1 Solar Sister - Light for women and girls in rural Africa

Appropriately, I am shadowing a light.



Solar Sister is an organization dedicated to bringing simple, solar-powered light to women and girls in rural Africa. This by-women, for-women service means things like:

  • Girls don't miss out on study time. As they normally attend to domestic chores after school, unlike their brothers who do their school assignments immediately when they get home from school, so the girls fall behind in school and…
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Posted on March 17, 2010 at 8:00am — 4 Comments

LEARN1: Lessons from a tiny theatre in Wellington

I used to work in a tiny, under-funded, unkempt theater which consistently proved my theory that "poverty forces innovation". Some of the best shows I've ever seen were produced in this small, dilapidated space, not despite but because of their limitations.



The worst show I have seen in recent years had a huge budget, incredible cast and crew, awesome producers, enough technology to fly us to the moon and back - and no constraints. With all the… Continue

Posted on March 4, 2010 at 9:25am — 4 Comments

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At 8:16am on April 1, 2010, Mia Kombo said…
Hi Agent Mia, it's Agent Mia ! :)
At 9:37pm on March 17, 2010, Luuk van Breda said…
In the next couple of days i will try to elaborate on the issue of "Trust", which is important especially in Asia , when doing business, but in the context of building better societies. Communicating your philisophies and thoughts is not always easy to others, with different thoughts and different needs, but essential when we live in each others world.
Accepting that the world is not you, but everybody around you,to make it an envronment you should enjoy, try to fit into their lifestyles and not try to inflict yours in their environment.
Trust, give it time to develop, do not rush, because at the end both parties will benefit.
At 8:21pm on March 17, 2010, Rahul Dewanjee said…
At 8:11pm on March 17, 2010, Luuk van Breda said…
Hi Mia, I came to NZ 18 months ago to advise and help SME's to do business in Asia.
I worked over 30+years on ADB and Worlbank projects worldwide, but especially in Asia.
My aim now, is to be be part at the start of eradicating poverty , through education and other forms.
NZ has a high level of innovation and technology, however most of these are in the hands of SME's, who have not the moneys to bring the product, skills and services to the people who need these.
I am since arriving been talking to officials and organisations to combine these companies to units and advise them on facilitating them into the rspective markets.
This blog is a great source of communicating as a starting point, but I have learned communication is a face to face issues, especially when you are dealing with the Asian market.
My learnings from them, Trust is the basis of everything what lives.
Hope to keep this contact going
At 9:48am on March 17, 2010, NANGAR SOOMRO said…
Thanks Mia, Certainly I would be sharing updated information what I am doing in the field with you all, Please do visit my blogs and the photographs of my programme beneficiaries. Thanks
At 9:24pm on March 14, 2010, Thomas Maillioux said…
ell, you know me - I like a good collaborative challenge ;) Plus, there's a few FTLR/Superstruct graduates hanging out there :)
At 9:58am on March 6, 2010, happyseaurchin said…
thanks :)
as well as can be expected in a horizontal structure and its inherent problem of "noise" :)
https://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=0AfJ0U5QmxNOdZGY4Nms4djhfNjFnaHQ4ZzdnYw&hl=en

i think it is the nature of this kind of game
so much to do in such a short time
that ownership
(whose project/mission is any of it?)
is less important than
what actually gets done

be well!
At 4:28am on March 4, 2010, Lauren Soffer said…
Welcome to EVOKE! Awesome to see you hear too Mia! Looking forward to reading your evidence!
At 1:18am on March 4, 2010, TracyEloise said…
Hello!

How's it going? Should be good fun!
 
 
 

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