Africa: World Social Science Report 2013 – Navigating Pathways in the Safe and Just Space for Humanity
November 20, 2013 Editor 0
[IDS]A framework for negotiating pathways to a safe and just sustainable future for people and planet is presented by Melissa Leach, IDS Professorial Fellow and STEPS Centre director, in a new paper for the World Social Science Report 2013, launched today.
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