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Interview with Juan Colín Irazábal, Social Director of TECHO Mexico

March 29th, 2013
Irazábal talks about his transition from working at Dow Chemical to leadership in Latin American poverty nonprofit TECHO. Read More

‘Things Never Change Here’: ASAP Students Learn Life-Changing Lessons on Delegation Trip to Delhi; Groundwork laid for International Student Collaboration

December 19th, 2012
Here are daily blog entries by members of an ASAP Students delegation to Delhi, India. Read More

Student Q&ASAP with Sophia Ireland of Oxfam Great Britain

July 24th, 2012
Ravina Khela, the incoming Chair of the ASAP Students-Birmingham Chapter speaks to Sophia Ireland about her role as Midlands Youth & Schools Co-ordinator, Oxfam. Ireland shares insights on Oxfam’s approach to... Read More

ASAP Delhi Students Chapter Launches with Expert Workshop on Food Security and Exclusion in India

July 20th, 2012
Members of the new ASAP Students chapter at Delhi-area universities staged a successful launch workshop bringing together experts on food security and exclusion. Students from the University of Delhi, Jawaharlal... Read More

ASAP Students Gain Powerful Insight from Poverty-Line Challenge

July 18th, 2012
Undergraduate student leaders from the Birmingham UK ASAP chapter gained invaluable insight into the lives of the global poor in taking the poverty-line challenge. They pledged to spend no more than £1 per day... Read More

Student Q and ASAP with Islamic Relief

July 13th, 2012
by Sofia Zolghadriha / As part of our student journey of understanding poverty and how attempts at alleviating it are made on local and global levels, it is useful to understand how a non-governmental organization... Read More

Birmingham Chapter: Aid–What Next?

July 12th, 2012
by Joshua Lindsey-Turner – Students from the University of Birmingham’s ASAP chapter hosted a panel of experts from across the development sector. More than 70 students, staff and members of the public... Read More
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