Video For Change - The Book WITNESS is proud to announce the publication of Video for Change: A Guide for Advocacy and Activism (October 2005 /Pluto Press, UK). Based on the work of WITNESS and other leading video advocates worldwide, this book is a must-read for human rights, environmental, and social justice organizations wanting to use video in their work.
By Witness, US.
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Age Discrimination Laws - Lessons for the UK Britain has committed itself to introducing age discrimination legislation. Zmira Hornstein reviews age discrimination laws in the US, Canada, and Australia. The UK faces several key choices in designing future policies. Should age discrimination be dealt with by the same agency as race and sexual discrimination? Should it permit employers to set mandatory retirement ages? How much power should it give the enforcement authorities? This summary of research is published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
By Joseph Rowntree Foundation, UK.
Child Poverty in Britain and Germany This report studies patterns and trends in child poverty in Britain and Germany. Unusually, it uses not only a cross-section approach (measuring who and how many are poor at any given time, and comparing these maps of poverty at different moments); but also longitudinal studies of individuals' poverty "careers", and the trigger events associated with entry into and exit from poverty. By Stephen Jenkins, Christian Schluter, Gert Wagner.
By AGF,Germany, UK.
Climate Change Policy The year 2002 marks a decade of legally binding commitments and frame-works for climate policy at the national and international level. This survey by Christiane Beuermann reviews climate change policy in the UK and Germany and outlines prospects for future developments. "Climate Policy: Towards an Agenda for Policy Learning Between Britain and Germany" is published by the Anglo-German Foundation. Germany, UK Policy Library Member
By Anglo-German Foundation., Germany, UK.