onsdag 15 april 2009

Feed-back on version 0

From: David Lister
Date: 2009/4/14
To: mosquito@se.cisv.org

Hi to the Mosquito people.

I do not like the spelling mistakes or the use of bad English. For instance, you cannot use a phrase “piss me off” in a document like this.

I do not understand the relevance of the pictures to the content and what appears to be a map of the world is just not recognisable if that is what it is meant to be.

Is this for the whole of CISV or just Sweden because I do not see the connection with the whole world of CISV. I think CISV International is only mentioned once.

How much money has been wasted on this especially from UNESCO. I have just seen an email which professes to say that the young people in Sweden are responsible people, this document makes me want to query that.

David Lister

Note (from the Mosquito tactics team): David Lister is an Honorary Counsellor of CISV International.

2 kommentarer:

  1. Dear David,

    I most strongly disagree with you! This book is an intriguing and engaging read that actually communicates what CISV does in a language that is fun and a joy to read. The map is of course a world map, only you need to step back from a Eurocentric point of view and accept that not everything is to everyone like you are used to. It might be difficult to take, but CISV has become a dynamic organisation that looks forward, questions how things have always been done, while preserving the core of what we do. The peace education circle was a bad way to explain what peace education is - mosquito tactics is a very good way to do so.