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The Academy of Third World Studies - Jamia Millia Islamia, India
Title: The Academy of Third World Studies - Jamia Millia Islamia, India
URL: http://jmi.ac.in/atws/atws.htm
Creator: Academy of Third World Studies <New Delhi>
Abstract: "The Academy is an interdisciplinary research institute dealing with social, political and economic issues in a comparative framework. The Academy conducts research on strategies of planning and socio-economic development, international relations, national movements and cultural relations. It investigates and documents case studies of economic, social, cultural and political changes and studies institutional structures set up for planning and development." Africa is not a focus, but some research is done (e.g. on the relationships between India, China and Africa), especially by Prof. Jamal M. Moosa who was the vice president of the African Studies Association of India in 2007-2008. [according to site editor’s information] [supplemented]
Table of contents: Excerpt• National Seminar: >> 26-27 March 2008, Africa: Issues of Governance and Development in collaboration with African Studies Association of India (ASA)• Workshops/Book Discussions/Other activities: >> 15 November 2007, Round Table Discussion on Chinese Interest in Africa: Implications for India• Publications by the Faculty Members: >> 1. Jamal M. Moosa, “African Solution: Globalization and Crisis of Democracy” >> 3. Jamal M. Moosa, Rights of the Child and the Problem of Child Soldiers: A CaseStudy of Sierra Leone• Seminars & Conferences Attended by Faculty Members: >> 1. Jamal M. Moosa presented paper entitled “Conflict and Crisis in Governance” in the National Seminar on Africa: Issues of Governance and Development organized by ATWS and ASAI on 26 - 27 March 2008 >> 2. Jamal M. Moosa presented paper entitled “Reconciliation and the Challenge of Nation Building in Sudan” in the International Seminar on India and Sudan: Sharing Nation Building and Development Experiences organized by CWAAS, JNU and ASAI on 29-30 November 2007 >> 3. Jamal M. Moosa, participated in a Round Table on Chinese Interest in Africa: Implications for India, organized by ATWS on 15 November 2007
Keywords: developing countries; development studies / sociology of development; conflict studies; South-South cooperation; university
Countries: Africa. General Resources
Subject areas: Politics » International Relations;
Politics » Conflict & Security;
Economy » Development Policy & Poverty;
Education & Academia » Higher Education & Research Institutions
Location of the site's editor: India
Resource type: Research facilities
Language: English
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