Commonwealth Ministers Reference Book 2003

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Cheryl Dorall
Commonwealth Secretariat, 2004 - Political Science - 104 pages
The Commonwealth Ministers Reference Book is an indispensable source of information on key aspects of policy issues for all Commonwealth Ministers, from trade to transport. It includes articles, case studies, partnership initiatives, interviews and reports that inform and educate ministers regarding opportunity and potential in the Commonwealth. Furthermore, CMRB includes contact information for all of the Commonwealth Ministries, with over 1,000 Minister and relevant Ministry contact details listed. This is an essential publication for ministries, government officials and libraries.A more recent version of this title is available.
 

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judith kasashi kangoma-Kapijimpanga - Minister of Community Development and Social Welfare, Minister of Lands and Environment, Minister of Higher Education Science and Technology and Vocational Training,Member of Parliament for Kanchibiya Constituency, (2001 to 2008)
Zambia,s High Commissioner to Tanzania and Uganda from February 2012 to December 2016
Zambia's Ambassador Extra-Ordinary and Plenipotentiary to Rwanda,Burundi and the Union of Comoroes (Feb 2012 to Dec 2016
Zambia's High Commissioner to New Delhi - India (with effect from Jan 2017) with Extra Accreditation to :
Singapore
SriLanka
Bangladesh
Maldives,
Nepal
Myanmar
Myanmar
 

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Contents

As Relevant as Ever Before citizenship in a globalising world
6
Reports on Sustainable Development stem the spread of the virus
13
Challenges for Business Secretariat on banking on young people for the future
21
Evaluating Aid Effectiveness 53 Smart Thinking for Development
30
Seeing is Believing 58 Strengthening Maritime Security
36
The Gambia
78

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