Bellagio Publishing Network Newsletter

 Number 26–27
November 2000 

  The Bellagio Publishing Network is an informal association of organizations dedicated to strengthening indigenous publishing and book development in Africa. The group includes publishers, donor organizations 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


Caribbean publishers form CAPNET  [html]
Katherine Salahi

Editorial  [html]  
By Katherine Salahi

Zimbabwe International Book Fair 2000 [html]
Dede Amanor-Wilks

Partnership with APNET: from donors to strategic partners [html]
Rachel Wiggans

The Asmara Declaration on African languages and literatures [html]

Publishing in local languages [html]
Akin Fasemore

Childrens reading - all-Africa conference [html]
Elinor Sisulu

Marketing and selling books in Africa [html]
Rachel Wiggans

Encouraging reading in Nigeria [html]
Richard Mammah

Awards to African books [html]

 Perspectives and Commentary
Book scheme for basic schools in Ghana [html] 
Akoss Ofori-Mensah

Towards a unified textbook system in Kenya [html] 
Caroline Pontefract and Nereah Were

Piracy and ignorance in Kenya [html] 
Jimmi Makotsi

Reprography and copyright in Nigeria [html] 
Ajibola Maxwell Oyinloye

Copyright in Nepal [html] 
Pustun Pradhan

Book publishing liberalisation in Zambia [html] 
Chris Chirwa



Bellagio Publishing Network Secretariat [html] 

Bellagio Publishing Network Research and Information Center [html] 
Philip Altbach

African impact - a celebration of Africas 100 Best Books [html] 

Review - The African Writers Handbook [html] 
Véronique Tadjo

Review - An Introduction to Publishing Management by Ian Montagnes [html]
By Akoss Afori[Ofori]-Mensah

Review - Educational Publishing in Global Perspective: Capacity Building and Trends edited by Shobhana Sosale [html] 
Hans Zell

New publications    [html]  

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