Bellagio Publishing Network Newsletter

Number 24
December 1998

  The Bellagio Publishing Network is an informal association of organisations dedicated to strengthening indigenous publishing and book development in Africa. The group includes publishers, donor organisations from both government and private voluntary sectors, and others who are concerned with books and publishing. This newsletter covers news of the Network and perspectives on publishing and book development.
 News and Report on Publishing


Bellagio Publishing Network meets in Copenhagen for APNET evaluation  [html]  
By Katherine Salahi  

Nairobi International Book Fair 1998 [html] 
By Serah Mwangi 

African Books Collective, the British Council and African book fair' [html]  
By Mary Jay

Cultural industries and development in Africa - conference sponsored by the Howard Gilman Foundation [html] 
By Katherine Salahi

Culture in sustainable development - conference sponsored by the World Bank and UNESCO  [html]  
By Katherine Salahi

Book Aid International expands publishing support  [html] 
By Catherine Nicholson

Insider account of Sudan's civil war wins 1998 Noma award [html] 

ADEA/Unesco survey on conditions of teaching and learning: study on the context of book provision  [html] 


 Perspectives and Commentary


South African print industries cluster  [html]
By Kate McCallum

Potential of the Internet - developments in connectivity  [html]  By Joseph Slowinski

Talking Books: James Tumusiime in conversation   [html]  
By Katherine Salahi




Bellagio Secretariat report [html]

Review - Directory of Nigerian Development edited by Chukwuemeka Ike [html]
By Hans Zell

New publications  [html]  

Letter to Editor [html] 
By Robert Palmeri


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