|Chapter 1 The environment|
|Chapter 2 Gender and development|
|Chapter 3 Racism|
|Chapter 4 Culture|
|Chapter 5 Transforming governance|
Anne Hope Anne Hope was born in South Africa, from where she was exiled during the apartheid regime. During this time she worked in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Nigeria, India, and Zimbabwe.
Sally Timmel Sally Timmel was born in the USA, where she became active in the civil rights movement. In 1984 Anne and Sally wrote the Training for Transformation handbooks, and in 2002 they initiated the Training for Transformation Diploma course at the Grail Centre in Kleinmond, South Africa.
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