Interview – Norine MacDonald

When funders talk about risk, they are usually referring to the risk that the money they put into a project may not have the effect they anticipated or may be wasted. But risk can refer to the possibilities of making powerful enemies and suffering actual bodily harm, as Caroline Hartnell found out when she talked to Norine MacDonald about the work of Senlis Afghanistan, which is proposing alternatives to the current US and UK policy of destroying the Afghan opium poppy crop.

 
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