Tuesday, 3 August 2010

More new books

A further selection of new books added to the catalogue and collection in July:

Akwasi Addaae-Boahene, Aid effectiveness and the education sector : implications for civil society,  Accra : SEND Ghana, 2009.

Nicholas Atampugre, Opportunities for civil society engagement with aid effectiveness in Ghana : an overview of aid policy, harmonisation strategy, and delivery/management mechanisms,  Accra : SEND-Ghana : Aid Effectiveness Forum, [2009]

Tony Balshaw and Jonathan Goldberg, Broad-based black economic empowerment : final codes & scorecard, Cape Town : Human & Rousseau, 2008.

Suhas Chakma (ed), India human rights report, 2009, New Delhi, India : Asian Centre for Human Rights, 2009.

Peter Clegg and Emilio Pantojas-García (eds), Governance in the non-independent Caribbean : challenges and opportunities in the twenty-first century, Kingston, Jamaica : Ian Randle, 2009.

Francis Clift et al, Caribbean Children's Law Project : the law relating to children in Barbados, Jamaica, Guyana and Trinidad & Tobago, Brixton, London : Hornby Ackroyd & Levy, [1997?]

Julie Dubois, Trends in student borrowing and pathways : evidences from the 1990, 1995 and 2000 classes : final report, [Ottawa] : Learning Policy Directorate, Human Resources and Skills Development Canada, 2006.

Ruth Hall (ed), Another countryside? : policy options for land and agrarian reform in South Africa, Bellville : PLAAS, School of Government, University of the Western Cape, 2009.

Anthony Harriott, Farley Brathwaite, Scot Wortley (eds), Crime and criminal justice in the Caribbean, Kingston, Jamaica : Arawak Publications, c2004.

Terence Lee, The media, cultural control and government in Singapore, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2010.

Judy Smith-Höhn, A strategic conflict assessment of Zambia, Pretoria, South Africa : Institute for Security Studies, 2009.

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