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Beyond apartheid : human resources for a new South Africa : report of a Commonwealth Expert Group prepared for the Heads of Government Meeting at Harare

Author: John Harker; Commonwealth Secretariat.; Expert Group on Human Resource Development for a Post-Apartheid South Africa.; Commonwealth.
Publisher: London : Commonwealth Secretariat in association with J. Currey ; Portsmouth, N.H. : Heinemann, 1991.
Series: Changing southern Africa.
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Title: Beyond apartheid : human resources for a new South Africa : report of a Commonwealth Expert Group prepared for the Heads of Government Meeting at Harare /
Database Name: WorldCat
All Authors / Contributors: John Harker; Commonwealth Secretariat.; Expert Group on Human Resource Development for a Post-Apartheid South Africa.; Commonwealth.
ISBN: 0852553633; 9780852553633; 0864862148; 9780864862143; 0435080695; 9780435080693
Notes: Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references.
Content: 1. The South African Context -- 2. The Demographic and Economic Background. The Demographic Picture. Employment and Unemployment. Women. The Skills Mix. Future Requirements. Capacity of the Economy to Respond. Annex -- 3. The Existing Provision of Education and Training. Conditions of Schooling. State Expenditure on Education. School Achievement. Science, Technology and Mathematics Education. Gender Differences. Formal Institutions. Universities. Technikons, Teacher Training and Technical Colleges. Enrollment Trends in Tertiary Institutions. Non-Formal Organisations and Institutions. Corporate Sector. Trade Unions. Churches. Annex -- 4. The Transition Period. Priority Areas. Public Administration. Non-Governmental and Community-based Organisations. Trade Unions. Training Teachers. Returning Exiles and Released Prisoners. Structures for Human Resource Development. Institution Building. Programmes Meeting Priority Needs -- 5. The Post-Apartheid Period. Strategy for Post-Apartheid. Education for Reconstruction. Mass Literacy Programmes and Adult Education. Training in Productive Skills. Enterprise Development. Co-operatives and Community Organisations. Addressing Gender Issues. Annex -- 6. The Regional Context. Apartheid Terrorism. Economic Dominance. Human Resource Implications. Transition and Post-Apartheid -- 7. Mobilising International Resources. Existing Support for Victims of Apartheid. Resources Required for the Transition. An Enhanced Commonwealth Programme. International Donor Response -- Appendix 1 List of Recommendations -- Appendix 2 Abbreviations -- Appendix 3 Terms of Reference -- Appendix 4 Commissioned Studies and Submissions -- Appendix 5 South African Organisations Contacted -- Appendix 6 Bibliography -- Appendix 7 Members of the Expert Group.

University of KwaZulu-Natal Library notes:
"Report of a Commonwealth Expert Group prepared for the Heads of Government Meeting at Harare"
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Description: x, 133 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: 1. The South African Context -- 2. The Demographic and Economic Background. The Demographic Picture. Employment and Unemployment. Women. The Skills Mix. Future Requirements. Capacity of the Economy to Respond. Annex -- 3. The Existing Provision of Education and Training. Conditions of Schooling. State Expenditure on Education. School Achievement. Science, Technology and Mathematics Education. Gender Differences. Formal Institutions. Universities. Technikons, Teacher Training and Technical Colleges. Enrollment Trends in Tertiary Institutions. Non-Formal Organisations and Institutions. Corporate Sector. Trade Unions. Churches. Annex -- 4. The Transition Period. Priority Areas. Public Administration. Non-Governmental and Community-based Organisations. Trade Unions. Training Teachers. Returning Exiles and Released Prisoners. Structures for Human Resource Development. Institution Building. Programmes Meeting Priority Needs -- 5. The Post-Apartheid Period. Strategy for Post-Apartheid. Education for Reconstruction. Mass Literacy Programmes and Adult Education. Training in Productive Skills. Enterprise Development. Co-operatives and Community Organisations. Addressing Gender Issues. Annex -- 6. The Regional Context. Apartheid Terrorism. Economic Dominance. Human Resource Implications. Transition and Post-Apartheid -- 7. Mobilising International Resources. Existing Support for Victims of Apartheid. Resources Required for the Transition. An Enhanced Commonwealth Programme. International Donor Response -- Appendix 1 List of Recommendations -- Appendix 2 Abbreviations -- Appendix 3 Terms of Reference -- Appendix 4 Commissioned Studies and Submissions -- Appendix 5 South African Organisations Contacted -- Appendix 6 Bibliography -- Appendix 7 Members of the Expert Group.
Responsibility: John Harker [and others].
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Beyond apartheid. London : Commonwealth Secretariat in association with J. Currey ; Portsmouth, N.H. : Heinemann, 1991 (OCoLC)645836231
Year: 1991.
Publisher: London : Commonwealth Secretariat in association with J. Currey ; Portsmouth, N.H. : Heinemann,
Class Descriptors: LC Class No.: HD5842.A6; Dewey No.: 323.168
Corporate Author: Commonwealth Secretariat.; Expert Group on Human Resource Development for a Post-Apartheid South Africa.
Series: Changing southern Africa; Variation: Changing southern Africa.
OCLC No.: 24756455
Local System Bib Number:
(Sirsi) i9780852553633
(Sirsi) 130257

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