A novel by esteemed African journalist, broadcaster, writer, civil servant, teacher and former Nigerian presidential assistant has been released called ‘Yunhouse – Assorted Tales About The Africa’. The book aims to bring more awareness and acknowledgement of the so-called ‘Pacification of The Natives’ at the Berlin Conference in 1884.
In her latest book, ‘A Matter of Life and Death – Women and the New Eugenics’, Barbara Rogers argues that population growth would not be a problem if all women had access to safe and effective contraception.
Written by MEP and authoritative spokesperson on women’s rights and gender equality Mary Honeyball, the book tells the story of the issues these first MPs championed, the challenges they faced and the lives they led. This doughty group of women, tough and individualistic as they all were, maintained their independence both in their politics and in their personal lives.
Stuart Thomson’s latest book on public affairs and political communications has been published by Urbane Publications.
Public affairs is fundamentally about communication. Communications shift and change. They are reshaped, redirected, and repositioned as politics and events change. Each communication is vital observation that captures the essence of the politics and events of that time and provides a route to understanding them.