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Burning of the Brides

For Satyarani Chaddha life will never be the same after March 17 this year when she saw her 24-year-old pregnant daughter burnt like a pile of garbage in the home of her mother-in-law.…

  • Fri Nov 2 02:19:00 1979
  • Rank: 100

Life without Land

*JENNEKE ARENS* and *JOS VAN BEURDEN* talk to a labourer in Bangladesh who has to survive by working on other people’s land.…

  • Fri Nov 2 01:38:00 1979
  • Rank: 100

The Forgotten Workers

*JOE HANLON* interviews *ACHOLA PALA OKEYO* who believes that there is little chance of useful agrarian reform while planners ignore half the rural population: the women.…

  • Fri Nov 2 01:31:00 1979
  • Rank: 100

Rural Women at Work

Dixon proposes that non-agricultural work for women is a hopeful, productive answer to the self-perpetuating syndrome of rural poverty and continuous child-bearing.…

  • Thu Nov 1 23:07:00 1979
  • Rank: 100

Changing Childhood

A constructive collection of articles valuable to any parent who is attempting to think about the process of bringing up children rather than simply letting it happen.…

  • Thu Nov 1 22:55:00 1979
  • Rank: 100

Facts of life in US labour market

Hundreds and thousands of Americans make up what is called ‘the secondary labour market’, a group of unskilled, largely minority, workers who are the preserve of casual labour in the US.…

  • Thu Nov 1 22:42:00 1979
  • Rank: 100

The Risk Shifters

The world’s food supplies are coming increasingly under the control of multinational cor­porations who take much of the profit and few of the risks…

  • Thu Nov 1 21:52:00 1979
  • Rank: 100

Small, gifted... and they work

Some of developments most encouraging success stories are relatively small-scale…

  • Tue Oct 2 01:28:00 1979
  • Rank: 100

famille et developpement - real people, real information

*STEWART McBRIDE* reports on FAMILLE ET DEVEL­OPPEMENT, a new magazine backed by the Canadian International Development Research Centre.…

  • Mon Oct 1 22:34:00 1979
  • Rank: 100

Where have all the flower children gone?

by *Richard Kazis*…

  • Mon Oct 1 04:29:00 1979
  • Rank: 100

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