All conference papers are peer reviewed, and appear below in alphabetical order. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Christine Cheater – ‘Peace is every child’s right’: The Machel Report
Liz Dimock – The politicisation of women at the Cape in the closing years of the nineteenth and into the early twentieth century: a case study that examines women of the Molteno, Solomon, Schreiner and other families
Geoffrey Hawker – Parliamentary Challenges in South Africa
Ruth Jackson – Safe motherhood in Ethiopia
Daniel Kark (Post Graduate Workshop) – ‘As wide as the needs of society’: Mass Education in British Africa
Christine Khoza (Post Graduate Workshop) – The role of parental education by gender in explaining secondary education attainment of their children.’
A Kiprono Lang’at (Post Graduate Workshop) – Deconstructing neocolonialism: a discourse analysis of education and development in Kenya
Max Kelly – Crisis and development in Southern Africa – questioning policy and practice in uniting humanitarian relief and development.
Christine Khoza (Post Graduate Workshop)- The role of parental education by gender in explaining secondary education attainment of their children.’
Temesgen Kifle – The Gender Wage Gap in Eritrea
Patrick Kimunguyi – Changing Paradigms or Symbolic Rhetoric? Perspectives on the EU Development Policy
Otieno Kisiara – Integrating refugee information networks in resettlement cultural orientation programs: a preliminary investigation report and research proposal.
Wendy Levy (Post Graduate Workshop)- In the Shadow of War: Australia’s relations with Sudan from Kitchener to the Comprehensive Peace Agreement and beyond.
Patrick McAllister – Ubuntu
Yasuo Mizobe – A Survey of Gold Coast (Southern Ghanaian) Newspapers in the Latter Half of the Nineteenth Century
Muchaparara Musemwa – The Farmers- Miners Dispute: Contestation over Resources between White Settler Farmers and Miners in Colonial Zimbabwe, 1903-1945.
Namuunda Mutombo – Sources of respondent resistance in HIV voluntary counseling and testing services (VCT) research in Zambia
Apollo Nsubuga-Kyobe – Tensions in African-Australian Families (Anecdotal Melbourne Experiences): and What Appears to Connect with Family Court Endeavours.
Margaret O’Callaghan – Moving aside the shield of political correctness
Alan Thorold – The revival of Sufism in Malawi
Annie Stopford – Trans global families: The application of African ethical and conceptual systems to African/western relationships and families
Vera Williams-Tetteh – Ghanaian funerals in Sydney: multicultural influences on linguistic practices