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Indonesia's New Leadership

July 23, 2014

The Guardian view on what the election of Joko Widodo will mean for Indonesia


The Guardian, Tuesday 22 July 2014 19.55 BST… 460 more words


Letter to the Chair of the UNB BoG

Members will remember that the University community received a message from Kathryn McCain, Chair of the UNB Board of Governors, on June 27 2013. As AUNBT was to meet with the employer in front of the Arbitration Board over the FT contract the following week, we sent out… 1,704 more words


Better than indifference!

The debate over the governance seems to have generated a fair bit of discussion, point and counter-point, and unfortunately the occasional personal attack and name calling. 314 more words


Nigeria - being Africa's biggest economy is just the start

In recent months, Nigeria has boasted of being Africa’s biggest economy – outstripping South Africa. It’s been a source of some pride. Dare one even say – a bit of gloating in the direction of Pretoria. 154 more words


10 Top Tips for Success: promoting a successful college sector

Much of the discussion these days around education in Wales seems to be negative. The recent OECD report on ‘Schools in Wales’ by Andreas Schleicher pointed out that the “ 816 more words

FE Policy

New Book: Politics, Governance and Development in Africa: Retrospection of Fifty Years of Self Rule

Edited by: Maurice Nyamanga Amutabi

Published by

Research, the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA), Nairobi, Kenya

© Maurice N. Amutabi (Ed), 2013

First Published in 2013… 480 more words


Jonathan Keeps Promise to Malala, Meets Parents of Abdocted Chibok Girls, 51 Escapee Girls

In line with his promise to visiting Miss Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani girl who survived the Taliban attack in her country’s Swat Valley District, President Goodluck Jonathan has met with 51 Chibok schoolgirls who escaped from their abductors days after the extremist Boko Haram Islamic. 135 more words