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Disability and ability

US DEPARTMENT OF STATE
May 2007

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Disability and ability are the focus of this issue of e-Journal USA. The collection of articles begins with the President's commitment to the Americans with Disabilities Act. Articles that follow explore implementation of this legislation in the education, health and law enforcement sectors. There is also a case study of American Indians with disabilities in Montana. This resource would be useful for anyone with an interest in government policy, legislation, and disability and development

Embedding ICT in development [whole issue]

HAGEN, Ingrid
October 2004

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This article presents the framework which the International Institute for Communication and Development (IICD) has started to use for supporting ICT-related initiatives in development contexts. The framework builds on several years of experience with ICT support and shows that combining practical work on the ground with policy work at a higher level is the most promising way of achieving added value and impact

Food, nutrition and agriculture

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The journal of FAO, considers wide range of health and development issues related to food and nutrition. Reports, technical notes, bulletins on labelling, additives and new publications. Publication ceased in 2005, but the archive is available online

ODI Briefing Paper

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ODI Briefing Papers present information, analysis and key policy recommendations on important development and humanitarian topics. Some papers are available in French, Spanish or Portuguese
Irregular
Free

Eastern Mediterranean health journal [formerly Teaching & learning news]

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The official health journal published by the Eastern Mediterranean Regional Office of the WHO. It is a forum for the presentation and promotion of new policies and initiatives in health services, and for the exchange of ideas, concepts, epidemiological data, research findings and other information, with speical reference to the Region. All articles are peer reviewed
Free online
Monthly
Printed copies by subscription

AIDS education and prevention

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An interdisciplinary journal, which is the official publication of the International Society for AIDS education.Some issues and articles are available free online
Subscription on enquiry

Our rights [formerly: Disability tribune, previously: Disability awareness in action]|the International Disability and Human Rights Network

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Disability Awareness in Action (DAA) is an information network on disability and human rights. Our Rights is DAA's monthly publication on disability rights. The newletters contain up to date information about the CRPD and news about disability rights in the UK and internationally. Links are provided to newsletters dated from July 2008 to present and to DAA's former newsletter, The Disability Tribune. The newletters are available to download in word, PDF and text format. This resource is useful for people in disability and development focusing upon the rights-based initiative
Monthly
Free

Population reports

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Designed to provide an accurate and authoritative overview of developments of issues in family planning and related health and development fields. The information is clearly presented. The journal is now available on CD-ROM which includes interactive enhancements such as video and audio of experts explaining their research, animated charts and diagrams, and links from selected POPLINE records to over 2,500 pages of full-text documents.
Quarterly
Free (developing countries)
US$2 (per copy for readers in developed countries who want multiple copies)
US$35 (full sets of reports in print)

Health and human rights|an international journal

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Explores the reciprocal influences of health and human rights, including the impact of public health programmes and policies on human rights, the health consequences of human rights violations, the importance of health for the realisation of human rights, and the ways in which promotion of human rights can be incorporated as an integral part of public health strategies
Two times a year
Free online

Bulletin of the World Health Organization|the international journal of public health

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Focuses on a particular issue each month and contains reviews of latest scientific and biomedical research. Places research findings and policy-relevant discussion side by side to highlight good practice in approaching health problems.The full-text of articles are available in full-text, free-of-charge on the WHO website. A monthly table of contents is also available by email alert
12 issues per year
Free online
Print : 181.00 CHF - (developing countries), 331.00 CHF - (elsewhere)

Leprosy review

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Aims to contribute towards the better understanding of leprosy and its control. Contains original papers on all aspects of leprosy, including research
Quarterly
45.00 GBP
Some free copies available on request to organisations unable to pay
Free online

BMC international health and human rights

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BMC International Health and Human Rights is an open access journal publishing original peer-reviewed research articles in health care in developing and transitional countries, and all issues relating to health and human rights. Covers a wide range of health-related topics, from a right-based perspective, including HIV and AIDS, malaria, leprosy, child health, mental illness, disease eradication, community based rehabilitation and biotechnology
Free online

Human resources for health development journal (HRDJ)|an international journal for development of human resources for health

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This open access, online journal publishes papers on all aspects of planning, producing and managing human resources for health - all those who provide health services worldwide. As such, it conveys the quantitative and qualitative products of research and analysis, and seeks to address policy issues and foster policy debate. It invites contributions from users of health services as well as from academics, policy-makers and practitioners in the health realm and from disciplines - such as the behavioural sciences, economics, law, geography and management - that impinge on health and health development
Three times a year
Free (Online)

Journal of human development, disability and social change

GAUCHER, Charles
Ed

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The bilingual Journal of Human Development, Disability and Social Change focuses on the development and diffusion of knowlege about personal and environmental determinants of the social participation of people with disabilities. The journal values "interdisciplinary", "cross-disability" and "transgenerational" perspectives: all disciplines, impairments and disabilities, as well as age groups are included. The publication accepts submissions from authors discussing about the rehabilitation, adaptation, social participation and people with disabilities human rights fields
Two issues per year

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