Our third speaker was Mr Vimal ShahOur third speaker was Mr Vimal Shah
My name is Aaliyah Iqbal and I am 16 years of age I am currently in Form 3 at Kianda School,Nairobi. I had the privilege to attend a leadership seminar hosted by akad education Africa courtesy of Mr Vimal Shah at Bidco Africa,Thika
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What is the “Social Economy”?What is the “Social Economy”?
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Influence of Information Technology in the National CurriculumInfluence of Information Technology in the National Curriculum
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Western Sydney Housing Coalition draft western Sydney Affordable Housing Issues Paper June 2013 IntroductionWestern Sydney Housing Coalition draft western Sydney Affordable Housing Issues Paper June 2013 Introduction
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Some lawyers and non-lawyer advocates are demonstrating surprising energy and innovation in advocating for poor people. New forms of practice are emerging that have great promise
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Making Cartel Conduct Criminal: a case-Study of Ambiguity in Controlling Business Behaviour Caron Beaton-WellsMaking Cartel Conduct Criminal: a case-Study of Ambiguity in Controlling Business Behaviour Caron Beaton-Wells
This article was first published in the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, Volume 42, Issue 2, pp. 218-243, 2009
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Writing masters and accountants in England – a study of occupation, status and ambition in the early modern period John Richard Edwards AbstractWriting masters and accountants in England – a study of occupation, status and ambition in the early modern period John Richard Edwards Abstract
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