Olajide Oloyede-Managing Editor (1-1)
|Community Sites of Knowledge: Knowledge Creation and Application for Sustainable Peace in Africa|
Moncef Ouannes (2-21)
|Sociologie D’Une Revolte Armee: Le Cas de la Libye|
Moncef Ouannes (22-39)
|Sociology and Social Work in Nigeria: Characteristics, Collaborations and Differences|
Ayodele Ogundipe and Patrick Edewor (40-55)
|Education et Cohésion Sociale en Tunisie|
Ali Hammami (56-80)
|The Representation of Self-Injury and Suicide on Emo Social Networking Groups|
Carla Zdanow and Bianca Wright (81-101)
|Theatre for Development: An Alternative Programme for Reproductive Health Communication in Nigeria|
Charles Emeka Nwadigwe (102-118)
|Adolescent Sexuality and Culture: South African Mothers` Perspective|
Pilot Mudhovozi, Mpho Ramarumo and Tholene Sodi (119-138)
Receive a warm greeting.
Through an open call conducted by the CLASCO and CODESRIA in Latin America, I have met with great satisfaction, the set of CODESRIA has been publishing magazines in different parts of Africa, and on various topics.
So I encourage you to consult an opportunity to submit an article resulted from an investigation that ended last year, which lasted two years and was developed with researchers from the Faculty of Law of the Universidad Autónoma Latinoamericana city of Medellin in Colombia. Our research is called "Woman, Black, Displaced: Proceedings of black people," and devotes much of its findings to the history of slavery from Africa, as well as the narratives that construct a cultural thread between black women displaced by the internal conflict in Colombia.
I will be attentive to your comments.
Thank you very much.