Unfinished Agenda

Author: Lesslie Newbigin
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 160608805X
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Complete with a provocative new chapter for this revised edition of his popular autobiography, Lesslie Newbigin describes the breadth and depth of his missionary service-as a student, wrestling with problems of faith and vocation; as a Church of Scotland missionary, helping to build the Church of South India; as a bishop in Madurai and Madras; as a midwife of the integration of the International Missionary Council and World Council of Churches; and as pastor in one of Birmingham's toughest inner city areas. With commitment, spirituality, and a happy marriage to support him, he invites the reader to share the joy of his adventure in Christ.

The Unfinished Agenda

Author: Per Pinstrup-Andersen
Publisher: Intl Food Policy Res Inst
ISBN: 0896297063
Size: 39.38 MB
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In recent decades the world has made remarkable progress in improving the quality of life for millions of people, but the job of assuring sustainable food security for the world's poorest people remains unfinished. Booming populations, rapid urbanization,

Economic Reform In Ukraine

Author: Anders Åslund
Publisher: M.E. Sharpe
ISBN: 9780765606242
Size: 51.89 MB
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Ukraine may have taken a "gradualist" approach to economic reform, but the results have been no better than in Russia. The editors have assembled the leading specialists on the Ukrainian economy, including officials from major Ukrainian and international economic institutions, to outline the major problems of the economy, analyze the initial phases of economic reform in Ukraine, assess their outcomes, and chart the way forward.

An Unfinished Agenda

Author: K Anji Reddy
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 935118921X
Size: 19.84 MB
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From his birth in a village in Andhra to founding and running Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories, now one of India’s largest pharmaceutical enterprises, Dr K. Anji Reddy’s journey makes for an inspiring story. That story is told rivetingly in his own words in his memoir, An Unfinished Agenda. Dr Anji Reddy became an entrepreneur at a time when India was woefully short of technology to manufacture many basic medicines. Then, in barely three decades, the Indian pharmaceutical industry had grown to the point that India not only became self-sufficient in medicine, but also a supplier of affordable generic medicines to the world. Dr Anji Reddy provides a ringside view of this remarkable transformation, with fascinating anecdotes about those who made it happen. The history of modern medicine is a gripping story of triumphs and failures. An Unfinished Agenda takes the reader on a whirlwind tour of the science of medicine over the last hundred years and reminds us of the stark challenges that remain.

Unfinished Agenda

Author: Junius Williams
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 158394723X
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Unfinished Agenda offers an inside look at the Black Power Movement that emerged during the Civil Rights Movement of the sixties. A political memoir that teaches grass-roots politics and inspires organizing for real change in the Age of Obama, this book will appeal to readers of black history, Occupy Wall Street organizers, and armchair political advocates. Based on notes, interviews, and articles from the 1950s to present day, Junius Williams's inspiring memoir describes his journey from young black boy facing prejudice in the 1950s segregated South to his climb to community and political power as a black lawyer in the 1970s and 80s in Newark, New Jersey. Accompanied by twenty-two compelling photographs highlighting key life events, Unfinished Agenda chronicles the turbulent times during the Civil Rights Movement and Williams's participation every step of the way including his experiences on the front lines of racial riots in Newark and the historic riot in Montgomery, Alabama with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Williams speaks of his many opportunities and experiences--beginning with his education at Amherst College and Yale Law School, his travel to Uganda and Kenya, and working in Harlem. His passion for fighting racism ultimately led him to many years of service in politics in Newark, New Jersey as a community organizer and leader. Williams advocates for renewed community organizing and voting for a progressive party to carry out the "Unfinished Agenda" the Black Power Movement outlined in America during the 60s and early 70s for empowerment of the people. From the Trade Paperback edition.

From Schooling Access To Learning Outcomes An Unfinished Agenda

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Publisher: World Bank Publications
ISBN: 0821367935
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This document is an evaluation of World Bank support to primary education. It has two objectives. The first is to assess World Bank assistance to countries in their efforts to improve their basic knowledge and skills base through the provision of quality primary education, particularly since the beginning of the Education for All (EFA) movement in 1990. The second objective is to provide lessons for countries in their development strategies, and for the Bank in its support of those strategies.

The Unfinished Agenda Of Brown V Board Of Education

Author: James Anderson
Publisher: Diverse: Issues In Higher Education
ISBN: 9780471649267
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"The Unfinished Agenda of Brown v. Board of Education is enriched throughout by poignant oral histories in which many of those involved with the case - including plaintiffs, attorneys, teachers, students, and activists - share their firsthand experiences with segregation and the struggle for educational equality."--BOOK JACKET.

Social Development In Hong Kong

Author: Richard J. Estes
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780195927450
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Social Development in Hong Kong: The Unfinished Agenda introduces the Social Development Index, the unique model used to measure Hong Kong's social development changes, and offers an in-depth assessment of the major findings resulting from its application. With twenty-four chapters written by local specialists, the volume reports on progress in critical sectors such as health, education, housing, transport, arts and culture, and science and technology, and also assesses Hong Kong's response to the social development needs of vulnerable population groups such as children, youth, the aged, women, and people living in low-income households.