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Title:Democracy, transformation, conflict and public policy in Swaziland
Editors:Mkhonza, SarahISNI
Vilakati, Joyce N.
Mundia, Lawrence J.S.ISNI
Chapter(s):Present
Year:2003
Pages:124
Language:English
City of publisher:Kwaluseni
Publisher:OSSREA Swaziland Chapter, c/o Faculty of Humanities, University of Swaziland
ISBN:0797822895; 9780797822894
Geographic term:Swaziland - Eswatini
Subjects:gender inequality
people with disabilities
anticolonialism
demography
songs
intellectuals
AIDS
democracy
nationalism
rural economy
biofuels
conference papers (form)
2002
Abstract:This volume contains the papers presented at the OSSREA workshop held in Swaziland on 28-29 November 2002: International trade: are women gainers or losers? (Winnie S. Madonsela); The rights to education, training and employment: case of the disabled in Swaziland (Lawrence J.S Mundia); Political and social movements in early 20th century southern Africa: Lesotho and Swaziland (Balam Nyeko); Demographic transformation in Swaziland: the role of education and training (J.P.B. Mutangira); Private/public worlds of conflict: the case of Swazi women's songs (Sarah T. Dupont-Mkhonza); Intellectuals in Swazi politics (Ackson M. Kanduza); HIV/AIDS prevention, gender and the challenge of tradition (C.A.B. Zigira); Demographic transition in Swaziland (Moses Kibet); Democratisation in democratic culture: the role of adult education (M.F. Biswalo and Z.M. Ngoitiama); From cultural nationalism to Christian nationalism: continuity and innovation within ruling class ideology in Swaziland (J.N. Vilakati); The poverty of analytical models in explaining rural economic stagnation: the case of colonial Swaziland, 1945-67 (Bonginkhosi Azariah Bhutana Sikhondze); An endangering option: the case of Swaziland women's use of biomass fuels (Shokahale R. Dlamini); Post September 11, 2001 - globalisation and the demise of democracy: a brief critical reflection (R. Matthew). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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