Mary Robinson delivered the lecture on the theme: “Human Rights: Challenges for the 21st Century”.
Issue no.1998:1 (40) of Development Dialogue brings together four themes: human rights; nuclear disarmament; economic crisis in Southeast Asia; and medicinal drugs.
Issue no.1997:2(39) of Development Dialogue presents letters of correspondence between Dag Hammarskjold and the American novelist John Steinbeck, offering unique insight into two great men.
Issue no.1997:1(38) of Development Dialogue is devoted to indigenous publishing in Africa, with material from the Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation’s second seminar on this theme.
Issue no.1996:1-2 (37) of Development Dialogue is the third part of a trilogy on genetic resources and biodiversity.
Issue no.1995:2 (36) of Development Dialogue explores different aspects of autonomous and innovative developments in Africa while also drawing on relevant experiences from other continents.
Issue no.1995:1 (35) of Development Dialogue discusses the circumstances and factors that shaped the National drug policies in six countries with varying degrees of success.
Issue no.1994:1-4 (34) of Development Dialogue analyses salient problems in the United Nations system and recommends how to equip it better to meet new challenges.
Issue no.1992:1-2 (33) of Development Dialogue looks at development in the environmental field from a women’s perspective, after two decades on the international agenda.
From the Outside Looking in: Experiences in ‘Barefoot Economics’, by Manfred A Max-Neef. Uppsala, 1982, 208 pp. This book contains two Latin American case studies, ‘Horizontal Communication for Peasants’ Participation and Self-reliance’ and ‘Revitalization of Small Cities for Self-reliance’. (Out of stock) Reprinted 1992 by Zed Books Ltd, 57 Caledonian Road, London N1 9BU, UK, […]