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What makes a land reform work? *ROY LAISHLEY* looks at the factors that have led to success in South Korea and *DAVID WILSON*...

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

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For Satyarani Chaddha life will never be the same after March 17 this year when she saw her 24-year-old pregnant daughter...

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An active committee of 150 members keep Canadians informed of the shifting political events in Southern Africa

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Wholefoods are selling well in Britain Fear of the diseases caused by an over-processed and fatty diet has forced...

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A constructive collection of articles valuable to any parent who is attempting to think about the process of bringing up...

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A file-style compendium of seven dossiers on militarism, this kit offers a wealth of data and research in quite digestible...

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Dixon proposes that non-agricultural work for women is a hopeful, productive answer to the self-perpetuating syndrome of rural...

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In developing countries the most important source of wealth is the land. Yet its distribution is notoriously unjust and the...

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As never before, 800 million people today have nothing to lose but their chains and a world to win.

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A survey of the substantial progress by the Third World in the education, the health and the life expectancy of its people.

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‘I want to read and write,’ a Brazilian peasant once said, so that I can stop being the shadow of other people.’ Communication...

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

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