What Makes Montreal so Remarkable?

Now, it is understood that by posing this question, individual opinion is at play when coming up with an answer. And it is possible that the response is not always favourable to the point of this article. Depending on who you ask (especially those from the province of Ontario, Canada), Montreal may just be another…

Markets – The Centre Point of a Community

The quest for economic growth has always had great ramifications throughout history. It seems that there is sometimes some type of social trade off when improving the GDP per capita of a country. And there is no fault in a developing country for going through on this deal. It is a decision made for the…

Enhancing Agricultural Education – The Key to Development

This week, Inside From An Outsider features another fellow blogger – The African Academic / Researcher. Upon discovery of one of their most recent posts on a Farm Data Management course, it can be seen that education is the solution for economic development in emerging nations. The course is offered to various organizations who work…

Seeing Through The Smoke: Amazon Report

In a world where news practically travels faster than the speed of light, social trends have also begun to change at an unprecedented pace. One minute the entire Instagram user base is up in arms over the wrongful imprisonment of an individual and then it is quickly forgotten the next. With the recent social media…

For Africa aid is not the answer – what is?

Book Review Feature This feature simply had to be written. For years, there has been a belief that foreign aid is the light at the end Africa’s long tunnel of suffering. 50 years and over a trillion dollars spent on this notion has left the continent stagnate, if not worse, by many standards. And that…

The Un-Promised Land: Europe’s Migrant Crisis

The presence of refugees (people fleeing their home countries, due to various unforeseen circumstances) is certainly not a recent development in the world. Decades, even centuries, throughout history has shown masses of citizens forced (usually through war) to leave unbearable conditions . Although, it seems that the last 5 years or so has been the…

The Fighting Filipino Spirit

The morning could only be described in two very simple words; hot and dry. Plans were not particularly set the night before, but now it was obvious that it would involve being in and around water (Due to forecast high of 39 degrees for the day). The Northern province of Pangasinan has much to offer,…

The Journey Begins

Welcome to Inside From An Outsider. And so the journey begins. Or perhaps it already started years ago, without full awareness or knowledge of it ever beginning. Gradually over time, an interest progresses into an unwavering passion that keeps us searching for more. On this pursuit, the more you discover the more you yearn to…