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Going Public - How Africa's Integration can Work for the Poor
The case for regional integration in Africa is hardly new. Its fundamental precepts have been repeated many times since the first conference of heads of independent African states, hosted by Ghana’s

Author: Jeggan C. Senghor, Mark Ashurst, Jonathan Bhalla, Aoiffe O’Brien, Edward Paice, Anthony Rawlinson
Organisation: Africa Research Institute
Publish Date: 2009
Golf in 2020 and the uncomfortable transformation to a Golf Playing Facility
In mid 2007 an edition of the BOTC offered a glimpse of what golf might look like in 2020 and as some of these predictions made begin to materialise, I thought it was appropriate to re-visit them and

Author: Jeff Blunden
Organisation: JBAS
Publish Date: 2010
Google & the Future of Books
How can we navigate through the information landscape that is only beginning to come into view? The question is more urgent than ever following the recent settlement between Google and the authors an

Author: Robert Darnton
Organisation: The New York Review of Books Volume 56, Number 2 • February 12, 2009
Publish Date: 2009
Google Book Search and the Future of Books in Cyberspace
One of the most significant developments in the history of books, as well perhaps in the history of copyright, is the massive digitization project that Google, Inc. has undertaken in partnership with

Author: Pamela Samuelson
Organisation: Pamela Samuelson
Publish Date: 2010
Governance Research Agenda: Towards A Democracy Assessment Framework for Southern Africa
This paper discusses the utility of research methods in the governance field in the SADC region in particular. The main argument of the paper is that the methods are as good as the outcome of the res

Author: Khabele Matlosa
Organisation: EISA
Publish Date: 2005
Grasping the potential of online social networks for foresight
Online Social Networks (OSNs) have gained unprecedented popularity in recent years. OSNs facilitate the interaction among members by providing a dynamic/multimodal platform which enables discussions,

Author: Romina Cachia, Ramón Compañó, Olivier Da Costa
Organisation: Elsevier Inc.
Publish Date: 2007
Great Transition Values: Present Attitudes, Future Changes
The preferred means of the Great Transition Initiative are to promote values-based movements and organizations working for social change beyond the limits of markets and government towards sustainabl

Author: Robert Kates, Anthony Leiserowitz, and Thomas Parris
Organisation: Tellus Institute
Publish Date: 2006
Great Transition: The Promise and Lure of the Times Ahead
The planetary phase of history has begun, but its ultimate shape is profoundly uncertain. Will global development veer toward a world of impoverished people, cultures and nature? Or will there be a G

Author: PAUL RASKIN, TARIQ BANURI, GILBERTO GALLOPÍN, PABLO GUTMAN, AL HAMMOND, ROBERT KATES, ROB SWART
Organisation: Global Scenario Group
Publish Date: 2002
Greater Horn of East Africa (GHEA) Outlook: Struggling to Stay in Orbit
Struggling to Stay in Orbit: Will centrifugal forces eventually force the EAC into a tailspin? In this Greater Horn of East Africa (GHEA) Outlook, three trends are examined that at first do not seem

Author: Society for International Development (SID)
Organisation: Society for International Development (SID)
Publish Date: September 2013
Greater Horn of East Africa: Drivers of Regional Food Security
The March 2010 edition of Great Horn Outlook is titled “Feeding the Greater Horn of East Africa: Drivers of Regional Food Security.” Based on the observation that growing food insecurity is a reality

Author: Society for International Development (SID)
Organisation: Society for International Development (SID)
Publish Date: 2010
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