This book is about ancient West African women, who were seen as cornerstones and effectively organised their own societies in ways that complemented their interaction with the men. It discusses how chattel slave trading, colonization, Christianization and Islamization toppled their standing and the subsequent impact on women and their societies.
Despite the attention given to bereavement counselling in recent years, young children's grief often passes unnoticed or is misunderstood This book advocates and explains 'normal therapy': simply adding a little specialist knowledge to the intuitive skills which most carers already possess.
Based on a PhD thesis, with a focus on Sierra Leone, this book explores the conflicts between pursuing mining activities to foster economic development and protecting the environment in which such activities take place.
This book presents a comprehensive overview of the current scientific theory of the beginnings of the universe and life. The author shows that scientific ideas far from contradicting the Torah (Old Testemant account of Genesis) they are actually mirrored in its words. Both principles overlap and converge on each other.
The USA has taken a renewed interest in Northern Ireland, the European Union has continued to evolve as a trans-national organisation and has also sought to influence the easing of sectarian tensions in Northern Ireland. This book seeks to assess the overall impact that such global developments have had on the Northern Ireland peace process.
This book is for all carers, inside the family, outside it, paid, or not.
Caring for our relatives and friends when they are in need is a challenge that the vast majority of us will rise to at some point in our lives (Department of Health 2008).
Carers literally blossom when they are offered non-jargonistic, practical training and support.