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The equal rights review : volume nine

PETROVA, Dimitrina
Ed
2012

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The Equal Rights Review (ERR) is an interdisciplinary biannual journal intended as a forum for the exchange of legal, philosophical, sociological and other ideas and practical insights for those who are promoting equality. This issue contains a special section on disability equality, as well as an interview on the same issue with Hiroshi Kawamura, Founder and President of the DAISY Consortium, Japan, and Kapka Panayotova, Director of the Centre for Independent Living in Sofia, Bulgaria
The Equal Rights Review, Vol Nine

Development dialogue

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"Development Dialogue is addressed to individuals and organizations in both the South and the North, including policy makers, international institutions, member of civil society, the media and the research community. "Development dialogue is intended to provide a free forum for critical discussion of international development priorities for the 21st century."
produced up to three times a year
free online

New internationalist

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Reports on the issues of world poverty and inequality, focuses on the unjust relationship between the powerful and the powerless in both rich and poor nations. A selection of articles from each issue are available free online
Monthly
Online: 24.00 GBP
Print: UK subscribers 36.85 GBP, Overseas subscribers 41.85 GBP

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

Illuminating voices

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Through a global team of local journalists, this magazine reports on development issues that are often neglected by mainstream media
Bi-monthly
Free online

Global future|a World Vision journal of human development

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Each issue deals with a topical theme, and includes articles from policy makers, grassroots activists and development practitioners. The aim is to offer a neutral space for a range of views, with World Vision editorial comment. Global Future is distributed free to those working in the field of human development. Past themes have included trade, human rights, HIV/AIDS, corporations and conflict
Publication has ceased, but an archive is available online
Produced 3-4 times a year
Free online

The European journal of development research

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A multi-disciplinary journal that seeks to broaden our understanding of the processes that advance or impede human development, whether from a political, economic, sociological or anthropological perspective
Produced 5 times a year
Rest of World: 448 GBP (institutional) 70 GBP (personal)
Europe: 448 GBP (institutional) / 70 GBP (personal)
US: 740 USD (institutional) 116 USD (personal)

Africa renewal [formerly: Africa recovery]

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Covers a variety of development related issues in Africa, with a specific country focus for each issue. Issues relating to debt, the environmental, political and economic aspects, are included, as well as latest developments in diseases and disease control
Four times a year
Free online

Globalization and health

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Globalization and Health is an Open Access, peer-reviewed, online journal. It encompasses all aspects of globalization and its effects on public health. Globalization in the journal will refer to economic, political, social and technological processes, which transcend the geopolitical boundaries of the nation-state and have resulted in increased interconnectedness of the world. The journal examines market liberalization, the changing role of nation-state, supra-national structures, poverty and equality, the changing distribution of communicable and non-communicable diseases and the risk factors associated with these diseases, and the growing awareness of our collective responsibility for one another. Global warming, global governance, global public goods for health, equity and justice and a host of related topics are emerging as priorities and illustrate the need for interdisciplinary thinking and debate
Free

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

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