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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Quito, a city near to heaven1995 Unesco Courier 4: 34-7
  • Jorge Enrique Adoum
The struggle for human rights1995 Unesco courier : 24-7
  • P. Alston
*H6 [UNESCO-]
The birth of writing1995 Unesco Courier 4: 11-13
  • Béatrice André-Salvini
Zimbabwe: the social roots of AIDS1995 Unesco Courier 6: 17-19
  • Mary Bassett
Ethiopia's new Jerusalem1995 Unesco courier 12: 31-4
  • K. Begashaw
Where the rivers meet1995 Unesco Courier 5: 31-3
  • Rustom Bharucha
The south: a joint struggle [interview with A Traoré]1995 Unesco courier 48 (9): 9,11
  • J. Bizot
Myths with the sun in them1995 Unesco Courier 1: 11-15
  • Philippe Borgeaud
'New ways of being together' [communications and mass media]1995 Unesco Courier 2: 8-10
  • Daniel Bougnoux
The road to Compostela1995 Unesco Courier 5: 21-3
  • Millán Bravo-Lozano
Going it alone1995 Unesco courier 48 (9): 18-20
  • C. Catarino
Population growth and development [interview]1995 Unesco Courier 3: 43-4
  • Jean-Claude Chasteland
The development debate1995 Unesco courier : 20-3
  • C. Comeliau
*H6 [UNESCO-]
An inspired invention1995 Unesco Courier 4: 22-3
  • David Dalby
The mystery of Persepolis1995 Unesco Courier 5: 40-3
  • Charles-Emmanuel Doxuan
The mothers of the Plaza de Mayo1995 Unesco courier 48 (9): 22-4
  • A. Dujovne Ortiz
The Pantheon, Rome's other symbol1995 Unesco Courier 1: 36-9
  • Cécile Duvelle
  • Mauro Rosi
A time for partnership1995 Unesco courier 48 (9): 5-7
  • R. Eisler
Empowerment: an escape route from poverty1995 Unesco Courier 3: 14-18
  • John Friedmann
  • L Sandercock
The shoals of freedom [communications media in central Europe]1995 Unesco Courier 2: 23-5
  • Marcin Frybes
Colour-coded languages1995 Unesco Courier 4: 16-18
  • Joaquín Galarza
Susah, pearl of the Tunisian Sahel1995 Unesco Courier 6: 40-2
  • Moncef Ghachem
India: no time to lose1995 Unesco Courier 6: 20-1
  • Ishwar Satyanarayan Gilada
The north: a disturbing independence [interview with B Friedan]1995 Unesco courier 48 (9): 8,10
  • D. interv Granet
Monopolies, minarets and videos1995 Unesco Courier 2: 26-8
  • Sadok Hammami
The Maghreb: women in the front line1995 Unesco Courier 6: 14-16
  • Hakima Himmich
  • L Imane
A mysterious journey [pilgrimage]1995 Unesco Courier 5: 9-12
  • François-Bernard Huyghe
The stones of Byblos1995 Unesco Courier 3: 34-7
  • Sawsan Awada Jalu
Pride without prejudice1995 Unesco courier 48 (9): 12-14
  • A. Jung
Lithuania: the first statute for women1995 Unesco courier 48 (9): 29
  • U. Karvelis
From global village to global mind1995 Unesco Courier 2: 20-2
  • Derrick de Kerckhove
Somalia: the great escape1995 Unesco courier 48 (9): 26-7
  • H. Keynan
Men supporting women1995 Unesco courier 48 (9): 30-1
  • M. S. Kimmel
Pilgrimages in Judaism1995 Unesco Courier 5: 28-30
  • Nicholas de Lange
Italy: rocks in a hard place1995 Unesco courier 12: 19-22
  • P. Laureano
The thrice-holy city1995 Unesco Courier 5: 14-16
  • Annie Laurent
Mambo mania1995 Unesco Courier 1: 40
  • Isabelle Leymarie
Cultural counterpoint1995 Unesco Courier 6: 47-8
  • Isabelle Leymarie
The eye and the ear1995 Unesco Courier 5: 49-50
  • Isabelle Leymarie
A timeless moment1995 Unesco Courier 4: 46-7
  • D Patnayik
  • Isabelle Leymarie
China: where less means more1995 Unesco courier 12: 15-18
  • J. P. Loubes
Africa's invisible women1995 Unesco courier 48 (9): 21
  • P. Made
Messengers of light: Chinese Buddhist pilgrims in India1995 Unesco Courier 5: 24-7
  • Paul Magnin
Health and human rights1995 Unesco Courier 6: 26-31
  • Jonathan Mann
Pronasol: Mexico's bid to fight poverty1995 Unesco Courier 3: 23-5
  • Jaime Marques-Pereira
The power of the pen1995 Unesco Courier 4: 26-9
  • Henri-Jean Martin
The calligrapher's art1995 Unesco Courier 4: 19-21
  • Hassan Massoudy
Unequal voices [communications media]1995 Unesco Courier 2: 11-14
  • Armand Mattelart
The heart's infinity [pilgrimage to Mecca]1995 Unesco Courier 5: 34-7
  • Abdelwahab Meddeb
South Africa: leaving apartheid behind1995 Unesco Courier 3: 20-2
  • Roger Meunier