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|Paragraphe biographique=Fiona Dove has been Executive Director of Transnational Institute (TNI) since 1995. She holds degrees in Development Studies and Industrial Sociology, and a post-graduate Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation Methods. A second generation African of Anglo-Irish descent, Dove was born in Zambia and grew up in South Africa. As a teenager, she became active in the anti-apartheid movement within South Africa. Dove played a leading role in feminist and anti-militarist organisations and from the mid-1980s, served the non-racial labour movement. She worked as a trade union magazine editor for Umanyano Publications in Johannesburg, and as an official of the South African Commercial Catering and Allied Workers' Union. Dove in currently active in TNI's New Politics project, which is in the process of becoming a decentralised think thank on counter-hegemonic politics to boost the development of desirable, viable and achievable alternatives aimed at transcending current oppressive and exploitative structures.
 
|Paragraphe biographique=Fiona Dove has been Executive Director of Transnational Institute (TNI) since 1995. She holds degrees in Development Studies and Industrial Sociology, and a post-graduate Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation Methods. A second generation African of Anglo-Irish descent, Dove was born in Zambia and grew up in South Africa. As a teenager, she became active in the anti-apartheid movement within South Africa. Dove played a leading role in feminist and anti-militarist organisations and from the mid-1980s, served the non-racial labour movement. She worked as a trade union magazine editor for Umanyano Publications in Johannesburg, and as an official of the South African Commercial Catering and Allied Workers' Union. Dove in currently active in TNI's New Politics project, which is in the process of becoming a decentralised think thank on counter-hegemonic politics to boost the development of desirable, viable and achievable alternatives aimed at transcending current oppressive and exploitative structures.
 
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