Issue no.1988:1-2 (28) of Development Dialogue challenges convention by presenting the negative socio-economic implications of new biotechniques.
‘Nations emerging from long foreign rule generally lack an independent administrative tradition and a social structure within which it is easy to build a class of national administrators… It is true that in some of the countries concerned, the former administering authority has bequeathed a valuable legacy in the form of an efficient administrative apparatus […]
Issue no.1987:2 (27) of Development Dialogue attempts to throw light on the issues of increasing maldevelopment and institutional imbalance facing African nations today.
This issue of Development Dialogue is a testimony to the significance of Dag Hammarskjöld’s ideas, and to those who continue the work for international development cooperation.
Emisión número 1986:1-2 (25) cristaliza un trabajo esencialmente transdisciplinario realizado por un equipo de investigadores de distintos países de America Latina.
Issue no.1985:2 (24) of Development Dialogue explores the WHO conference in Nairobi which sought to clarify the role of pharmaceutical drugs in health care.
Issue no.1985:1 (23) of Development Dialogue focuses on Marc Nerfin’s proposal for a three-Chamber UN which could make global decision-making accountable to the world’s citizens.
Issue no.1984:1-2 (22) of Development Dialogue deals with the impact of world crises on the ideas of Another Development, especially the crucial role of communication.
Issue no.1983:1-2(21) of Development Dialogue explores how citizens must exercise their right to inform and be informed about development to ensure participation in decision-making processes.
Andreas Fuglesang’s book should be read and judged in this context. The Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation initiated this work by requesting an updated version of Fuglesang’s popular book Applied Communication in Developing Countries: Ideas and Observations, originally published in 1973. Fortunately, instead of an update, a new book ‘about understanding’ emerged. Thanks to Fuglesang’s extensive Third […]