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Contents Volume 5 (1996):
Regional Perspectives on Labour and Employment


Unit 1: Employment and Labour Policies in South Africa
edited by Karl Wohlmuth

Employment and Labour Policies in South Africa - An Introduction
Karl Wohlmuth

The Small South African Miracle
Steven Friedman

New Developments in Industrial Relations in South Africa
Shane Godfrey and Melvin Goldberg

Trade Unions and the Labour Market in South Africa: Current Issues and Future Challenges
Geoffrey Wood

The Employment Impact of Infrastructure in the Black Townships of South Africa
Z. Rian Coetzee

Labour Migration from Lesotho: Implications for South African Labour Market Policies
James Cobbe

Documents
State of the Nation Address: President of South Africa Mr. Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela. House of Parliament, Cape Town, 24 May 1994
White Paper on Reconstruction and Development, Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, General Notice No. 1954, Cape Town, 15 November 1994
The Ministry of Labour. Programme of Action 1994-1998
The Reconstruction and Development Programme
Founding Declaration of the National Economic Development and Labour Council (NEDLAC)
South African Chamber of Business. Charter of Economic, Social and Political Rights
Social Charter of Fundamental Rights of Workers in Southern Africa

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Unit 2: Regional Focus: Nigeria
edited by Hans H. Bass

Regional Focus Nigeria - Introduction
Hans H. Bass

Nigeria's Labour Market - Trends and Perspectives
Hans H. Bass and Robert Kappel

Employment Effects and Personnel Policies of Small and Medium Scale Industries in Nigeria
Heidi Willer

The Informal Sector Labour Market under the Structural Adjustment Programme in Nigeria
Bankole Oni

Institutional Activities for the Enhancement of Nigeria's Informal Sector Employment
Ali Bukar Bwala

Trade Unions und Labour Rights in Nigeria
Segun Matanmi

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Unit 3: The Labour Market in the Informal Sector of the Economy
edited by Hans H. Bass

The Labour Market in the Informal Sector of the Economy - Introduction
Hans H. Bass

Towards a New Paradigm of Informal Sector Labour Markets
Hans H. Bass

Education and Vocational Training for the Promotion of Productivity and Incomes in the Informal Sector (With a Case Study from Khartoum, Sudan)
Barney Cohen and William J. House

Human Resource Development in African Small- and Micro-Enterprises: The Role of Apprenticeship
Ullrich Boehm

Associations in the Informal Sector: Examples from Nigeria
Markus Wauschkuhn

Employment Generation in the Namibian Labour Market, With Special Consideration of the Small Business Sector
Dirk Hansohm

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Unit 4: Development Cooperation and Employment
edited by Robert Kappel

Development Cooperation and Employment - Introduction
Robert Kappel

Industrial Developments, Employment and Development Cooperation in Africa
Robert Kappel

Trade Cooperation and Private Sector Investment Regimes of the Lomé Convention: A Framework for Development?
Olufemi A. Babarinde

Poverty Reduction Through Public Works Programmes (PWP) - GTZ Experiences
Wolfgang Kunze, Klaus Pilgram, Ulrike Rötten

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Unit 5: Developments in the Region
edited by Karl Wohlmuth

Developments in the African Region - An Introduction
Karl Wohlmuth

Democratic Reform in Africa: The North-Eastern Region
Peter Woodward

Black Reparations in a Conservative Age: Racial Aspirations and Political Realities
Ali A. Mazrui

Military Absorption of Skilled Labour in Africa and the Prospects of Conversion
Nadir A.L. Mohammed

Clan Conflict and the Dissolution of the State: The Current Crisis in Somalia
Mohamed H. Abucar

Documents
Statement of Dr. Nafis Sadik, Executive Director, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), at the High-Level Consultative Meeting for Sub-Saharan Africa (New York, 14 December 1994)
Statement of Dr. Nafis Sadik, Executive Director, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Keynote Address to the 14th Annual NGO/UN Consultation (New York, 10 May 1995): "The Importance of the Cairo Conference”
United Nations: Report of the World Summit for Social Development (Copenhagen, 6-12 March 1995)
Plan for Action after Copenhagen. In: NGLS Roundup, May 1995, p. 8
Draft Platform for Action. Fourth World Conference on Women. 12 Critical Areas of Concern. In: UN Chronicle, June 1995, Vol. 32, No. 2, p. 44
Sylviane Diouf-Kamara: African Women Get Ready for Beijing. In: Africa Recovery, Vol. 9, No. 1, June 1995, p. 6

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Unit 6: Reviews
edited by Hans H. Bass and Markus Wauschkuhn

ILO, World Employment 1995; ILO, World Labour Report 1995; The World Bank, World Development Report 1995. Workers in an Integrating World; Simai, M. (Ed.), Global Employment. An International Investigation into the Future of Work, Volumes 1 and 2
Karl Wohlmuth

Susan Horton, Ravi Kanbur, and Dipak Mazumdar (eds): EDI Development Studies. Labour Markets in an Era of Adjustment, Volume 1: Issues Papers and Volume 2: Case Studies
Karl Wohlmuth

Jean-Pierre Lachaud, The Labour Market in Africa (Pauvreté et marché du travail urbain en Afrique subsaharienne: analyse comparative)
Hans H. Bass

Bessie House-Midamba and Felix K. Ekechi (eds), African Market Women and Economic Power: The Role of Women in African Economic Development
Markus Wauschkuhn

Charles M. Becker, Andrew M. Hamer, and Andrew R. Morrison, Beyond Urban Bias in Africa: Urbanization in an Era of Structural Adjustment
Markus Wauschkuhn

Adjibolosoo, Senyo B-S. K. (ed.): The Significance of the Human Factor in African Economic Development
Elke Grawert

Tayo Fashoyin (ed.): Economic Reform Policies and The Labour Market in Nigeria
Hans H. Bass

Dick Foeken and Nina Tellegen, Tied to the Land. Living Conditions of Laboureres on Large Farms in TransNzoia District, Kenya
David B. Opoti

Booknotes

J. J. Thomas, Informal Economic Activity
Hans H. Bass

International Development Information Network: Directory of Development Research and Training Institutes in Africa (Inventaire des instituts de recherche et de formation en matière de développement en Afrique)
Hans H. Bass

ARLAC (African Regional Labour Administration Centre), Harare, Zimbabwe, Reports on Policy Seminars: Labour Administration and Structural Adjustment; Labour Administration And The Informal Sector; and Appropriate Labour Policy
Karl Wohlmuth

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Unit 7: Profiles, News and Information
edited by Karl Wohlmuth

Right Livelihood Award to Ken Saro-Wiwa and MOSOP
From the Press Release, October 12th, 1994, Stockholm, Sweden

Urban Women, Work And Poverty Alleviation In Egypt Final Report (Short Version) on a Pilot Study in a District of Cairo (Algawaber) Sponsored by ILO and UNDP
Research Report by Almishkat, Center for Research and Training, Cairo, Egypt Nader Fergany, April 1994

International Labour Resource and Information Group: ILRIG's Educational Programme, 1994-95
Salt River, Cape Town, South Africa

Centre for Community and Labour Studies (CCLS)
Durban, South Africa

Trade Union Research Project (TURP)
Durban, South Africa

African Regional Labour Administration Centre (ARLAC)/ International Labour Organisation (ILO)
Harare, Zimbabwe

Nigeria Employers' Consultative Association (NECA)
Lagos, Nigeria

World Institute for Development Economics Research (WIDER)
Helsinki, Finland

Research Group for an Alternative Economic Strategy (GRESEA)
Brussels, Belgium

African Institute for Policy Analysis and Economic Integration (AIPA)
Cape Town, South Africa

The Namibian Economic Policy Research Unit (NEPRU)
Windhoek, Namibia

Transformation Resource Centre (TRC)
Maseru, Lesotho

The Institute of Global Cultural Studies (IGCS)
Binghamton University, State University of New York at Binghamton New York, USA

Finance, Industry and Trade Centre (FIT Centre)
University of Oxford, Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford, UK

The Foundation for Rural Development (FORUD)
Fort Portal, Uganda

Mazingira Institute
Nairobi, Kenya

ZERO - A Regional Environment Organisation
Harare, Zimbabwe

SOS Sahel
London, United Kingdom

OSIENALA Friends of Lake Victoria: A Programme for Conservation and Restoration of Lake Victoria and its Environs
Kisumu, Kenya

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