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Oren Ginzburg is a French-Israeli writer and cartoonist and the founder of Hungry Man Books. His most famous book and short film, There You Go!, was published by Survival International in 2006 and is considered a reference on the fate of tribal people facing "development". The book, translated into 8 languages, received excellent reviews from Mary Robinson, Desmond Tutu, and Tony Blair. The book was adapted into a music show by Philippe Kadosh (BabelEyes, 2011). In Facilitating Multicultural Groups: A Practical Guide, Christine Hogan wrote: “In There You Go!, Ginzburg challenges the arrogant assumption that Westerners can teach ‘sustainable development’ to tribal people by introducing (imposing) impractical and short-sighted ‘income-generating’ projects which ultimately lead to economic collapse of the environment or bare-faced theft of mineral, timber, and other resources by companies from the outside.”
Le destin (presque) timbré d'Etienne Durillon, published in France by Grasset Jeunesse (September 2016) has been featured in the newspaper Libération and was awarded the Prix franco-allemand pour la littérature de jeunesse 2018.
- Le destin (presque) timbré d'Etienne Durillon (2016)
- Le Comptable et la Fourmi (1999)
- The Hungry Man (2004) is a critique of wasted resources in development.
- There You Go! (2006 - Full text), co-published by Survival International, looks at the catastrophic impact of 'development' on tribal people.
- Giftless (2008) takes a wider look at human incompetence and bad management as an underlying cause of inadequate action.
- The Explorers (2013), a children's book on cross-cultural encounters.
- A Powerful but kind of Pointless Funeral Oration (2015) shows how PowerPoint, if misused, can kill virtually any interesting message.
- LES EXTRAORDINAIRES AVENTURES D'ETIENNE DURILLON, UN TYPE TRÈS SAGE, Liberation, 25 November 2016
- Graphic Justice: Intersections of Comics and Law, edited by Thomas Giddens, p 250
- There you go!: a satire on tribal struggles, Miriam Ross, The Hindu, February 19, 2011
- ""There you go": Cartoons work for the tribal cause". Deutsche Welle. Retrieved 12 January 2018.