Oren Ginzburg is a French-Israeli writer and cartoonist and the founder of Hungry Man Books. His most famous book, There You Go! - now a short film - 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 (most recently Korean, 2015) received excellent reviews from Mary Robinson, Desmond Tutu, and Tony Blair. The book was adapted into a music show by Philippe Kadosh (BabelEyes, 2011).
Oren Ginzburg is currently the Director of the 3MDG Fund in Yangon, Myanmar.
- 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.
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