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IDRC Reports
Date: Thu, 26 Jan 1995 00:52:23 GMT
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IDRC Reports
The Quarterly Magazine of the
International Development Research Centre
ISSN 0315-9981

http://web.idrc.ca/en/ev-30357-201-1-DO_TOPIC.html
(Link active 16 November 2005)

IDRC REPORTS magazine brings you the latest news on how science and
technology are having an impact in the developing world. Reporting on
IDRC-funded research projects, the magazine is aimed at a diverse
audience and provides:

o a multidisciplinary view of research for development
o research results and case studies from the developing world
o commentaries by southern and northern experts
o new ideas and contacts
o announcements of new IDRC publications

In addition to a paper circulation of 25,000 in Canada, the United
States, Africa, Asia, and Latin America, IDRC REPORTS is now being
published electronically on the Internet. The last seven issues, in
English and French, are available in ASCII format on IDRC's gopher
server at GOPHER.IDRC.CA.

April 1993 - Indigenous and traditional knowledge
July 1993 - Special issue on Canadian collaboration for development
October 1993 - Urban agriculture
January 1994 - Social policy
April 1994 - Health research
July 1994 - Desertification
October 1994 - Peace and security

Upcoming issues will feature portraits of scientists in the south,
"green" technologies, and coverage of the United Nations Conference on
Women, to be held in Beijing in September 1995.

IDRC REPORTS is published in English, French and Spanish. Paper
subscriptions are CA $20 for one year or CA$35 for two years. For
subscription information: order@idrc.ca, telephone 905-475-4145, fax
905-940-3606.

The International Development Research Centre is a Canadian public
corporation. Through applied scientific and technical research, IDRC
assists developing countries in creating their own long-term solutions
to pressing development problems.

Eileen Conway
Editor-in-Chief
IDRC Reports
mag@idrc.ca

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