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Oxfam Publishing Catalogue

2007 2008

Publications on Development and Humanitarian Issues

Oxfam Publishing Catalogue
Welcome to the new Oxfam catalogue of publications on development and humanitarian issues
Oxfam GB publishes and distributes a range of books, journals, reports, papers, training packs, and other materials. We set out to communicate Oxfam’s policy research, advocacy messages, and programme experience, and to be an active contributor to current debates in development. This catalogue features our key in print titles, with new and forthcoming publications up to Spring 2008. You will find up-todate information at www.oxfam.org.uk/publications Some titles in this catalogue are published by other agencies or organisations. Oxfam GB does not necessarily endorse opinions expressed in publications from other sources.

2007–2008

New and Key Resources from Oxfam Publishing
Small Guides to Big Issues Series Informative and thoughtprovoking introductions to current trends and debates, each guide aims to de-bunk myths and raise questions. p4 Impact Measurement and Accountability in Emergencies The Good Enough Guide Tried and tested easy-toimplement tools for measuring impact and being accountable in emergencies. p18

Cash-Transfer Programming in Emergencies When is cash is the most appropriate response in an emergency? This guide compares different types of cash intervention and explains how to implement them. p18 Pick-up-and-Go Training Packs Everything you need in one pack to help geographically dispersed staff to give basic training where and when learners most need it. p25

Humanitarian Programmes and HIV and AIDS A Practical Approach to Mainstreaming A highly practical manual to help field staff to mainstream HIV and AIDS in humanitarian emergencies. p18

In the Public Interest Health, Education, and Water and Sanitation for All This report presents critical failings in the approach of many governments and donors to providing basic services for poor people. p3

Gender Equality and HIV and AIDS A Challenge for the Education Sector Aims to improve understanding of how schools can practise gender equality and provide HIV and AIDS education. p5

Working in Gender and Development Series An up-to-the-minute overview of current thinking and approaches to genderbased violence and HIV and AIDS. p8

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At a ‘We Can’ event in Colombo, Sri Lanka, teams created a ‘quilt’ with messages against violence. These were then sewn together to make one quilt symbolising solidarity. The ‘We Can’ (End All Violence Against Women) campaign aims to raise mass awareness on the issue of violence against women, particularly domestic violence in South Asia. Copyright: Annie Bungeroth/Oxfam 2006

Building Capacity through Financial Management Practical tools that can help build the capacity of organisations by strengthening their financial capacity. p24

Producer Organisations A Practical Guide to Developing Collective Rural Enterprises Describes different types of producer organisations, and identifies learning points and key factors affecting their success. p35

Building National Campaigns Activists, Alliances, and How Change Happens Examples of good practice for anyone campaigning on issues of social justice. p27

Development and the Private Sector Consuming Interests This collection of articles examines the impact of the private sector on development. p29

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2007–2008
CONTENTS
From Poverty to Power Influencing Public Policy Small Guides to Big Issues series Education and Health Gender and Diversity Gender Training and Policy Development Key Issues Violence, Conflict, and Disasters Poverty and Livelihoods Rights Health and Education Men and Masculinities Diversity Gender and Development Journal HIV and AIDS Issues Humanitarian Issues Conflict NGO Issues and Debates NGO Management and Capacity-Building Debates in Development Development in Practice Journal Reference Climate Change Trade and Livelihoods Trade and Public Policy Microfinance and Micro-Enterprise Livelihoods Index Order Form Distribution and Representation 2 3 4 5 8 9 11 11 12 13 13 14 14 15 16 18 21 24 24 28 30 31 32 33 33 34 35 37 39 41

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Further information
We try to keep all titles in stock and at the prices shown in this catalogue. However, this may not always be possible. Prices given are as accurate as possible but may be subject to change. A number of Oxfam publications are available in translated or locally published editions. Contact us for more details. If you have any questions about the resources in this catalogue, or would like more information about any of our publications, please contact us at: Oxfam Publishing John Smith Drive Oxford, OX4 3JY, UK Tel: +44 (0) 1865 472255 Fax: +44 (0) 1865 472393 email: publish@oxfam.org.uk www.oxfam.org.uk/publications

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From Poverty to Power
From Poverty to Power How Active Citizens and Effective States can Change the World
Lead author Duncan Green Editor Mark Fried
? Oxfam’s survey of current trends in poverty, inequality, and vulnerability. ? A joined-up view of key challenges and policy choices in development and humanitarian relief. ? Uses case studies and examples to explore how change happens. Published in April 2008, From Poverty to Power is a major publication which examines the key challenges of the next ten years, based on Oxfam’s analysis of current trends in poverty, inequality, and vulnerability. The book explores trends in issues such as climate change, changing disease patterns, global integration, the rise of China, the spread of electoral democracy, and concepts of human rights, and looks at the challenges they pose for our understanding of development. ‘This is an important statement about the choices that can be made by governments, international institutions, non-government organisations, and poor people themselves to bring about change for a just and sustainable future.’
Lead author Duncan Green.

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How Change Happens Interdisciplinary Perspectives for Human Development
Roman Krznaric
? An overview of the approaches used to explain social change from a wide range of academic perspectives. In this report, Krznaric argues that current development thinking uses only a narrow range of approaches to change, which results in most development strategies being limited.
Oxfam Research Report 2007 ? 978-0-85598-597-4 ? paperback 59pp ? ?12.95 ? $23.95

Modelling the Impact of Trade Liberalisation A Critique of Computable General Equilibrium Models
Lance Taylor and Rudiger Von Amim
? A rigorous critique of the most widely used trade models, based on computable general equilibrium models. This comprehensive report appeals for ‘honest’ simulation strategies showing a variety of possible outcomes, which would enable policy-makers to assess the different scenarios for themselves.
Oxfam Research Report 2006 ? 978-0-85598-566-0 ? paperback 63pp ? ?12.95 ? $23.95

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Urban Poverty and Development in the 21st Century Towards an inclusive and sustainable world
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Duncan Green has been Head of Research at Oxfam GB since 2004. He is the author of several books on Latin America, including Faces of Latin America (1997, third edition 2006) and Silent Revolution: The Rise and Crisis of Market Economics in Latin America (2003). He has been a Senior Policy Adviser on trade and development at the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) and Policy Analyst on trade and globalisation at CAFOD. Mark Fried coordinates advocacy for Oxfam Canada and writes regularly on policy issues related to international development.
Published by Oxfam International April 2008 ? 978-0-85598-593-6 ? paperback 320pp + CD ROM ? ?15.95 ? $25.55

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Agricultural Trade Policy in Developing Countries During Take-Off
Michael Stockbridge
? Briefly reviews the agriculture and trade policies of six different developing countries, each of which has enjoyed unusually high rates of economic growth and development. This report argues that the experience of these countries may shed further light on the extent to which governments should retain their powers to intervene in trade, as opposed to relinquishing them in favour of market liberalisation.
Oxfam Research Report 2006 ? 978-0-85598-566-0 ? paperback 61pp ? ?12.95 ? $23.95

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Influencing Public Policy
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False Hope or New Start? The Global Fund to Fight HIV/AIDS, TB, and Malaria Patents versus Patients Five years after the Doha Declaration Education for All Fast track or slow trickle Hands Up for Girls Education! Meeting the 2005 Millennium Development Goal on Gender Equity in Primary School Enrolment Hitting the Targets Recommendations to the G8 for delivery of the Millennium Development Goals on water and sanitation Towards Sustainable Water Supply Solutions in Rural Sierra Leone A Pragmatic Approach, Using Comparisons with Mozambique
SEE ALSO Rigged Rules and Double Standards Trading Away our Rights Mugged p33

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In the Public Interest Health, Education, and Water and Sanitation for All
Bethan Emmett
? This report outlines what governments, rich and poor, need to do to reach the Millennium Development Goals and to address the chronic inequalities of access to public services in poor countries. This report shows that building strong public services in developing countries is at the heart of making poverty history. Doing this could transform the lives of millions of people – and, with political leadership, is well within the grasp of our generation. Governments must take responsibility for providing essential services that are well staffed, affordable for even the poorest people, and accessible to all. Civil society organisations and private companies can make important contributions, but they must be integrated into strong public systems. International donors are crucial partners, but too often they block progress by failing to deliver debt relief and predictable aid that supports public systems, or they push private sector solutions that do not benefit poor people.
2006 ? 978-0-85598-569-1 ? paperback 56pp ? ?7.95 ? ?12.75 Available in French

Paying the Price Why Rich Countries Must Invest Now in a War on Poverty
Arabella Fraser and Bethan Emmett
? This report forms part of Oxfam’s contribution to the ‘Global Call for Action Against Poverty’ coalition and clearly argues the need to meet the Millennium Development Goals, giving recommendations for an agenda for change. Progress towards meeting the Millennium Development Goals has fallen far short of the promises made in 2000. At the current rate, all but one of them will certainly be missed. The cost of failure will be high: 45 million more children will die between now and 2015 than would be the case if the world met the goal to reduce child mortality. The time for action is running out. There is now a historic opportunity for rich countries to make good on their promises to finance the Goals effectively – and those promises are easily affordable. Millions of people supported the aims of Live8 and Make Poverty History in 2005. This report clearly sets out the reasons why world leaders need to listen and points out that injustice is not inevitable: our leaders can make poverty history – if they act now.
2005 ? 978-0-85598-548-6 ? paperback 90pp ? ?7.95 ? $12.75 Available in French

Dans l’intérêt du public Santé, éducation, eau et assainissement pour tous
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Le prix à payer Pourquoi les pays riches doivent investir maintenant dans la guerre contre la pauvreté
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Foreign Territory p19

2005 ? 978-0-85598-558-5 ? paperback 90pp ? ?7.95 ? $12.75

2006 ? 978-0-85598-589-9 ? paperback 124pp ? ?7.95 ? ?12.75

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Small Guides to Big Issues series
? Accessible introductions to the global challenges of the 21st century. ? Each guide aims to debunk myths and raise questions about the global economic and political system and how it works. ? Informative and thought-provoking guides to current trends and debates, considering what needs to happen in order to end poverty and injustice. ? Designed for campaigners and activists, students and researchers, and anyone interested in looking behind the headlines.

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Climate Change
Melanie Jarman, writer and journalist
Climate change is the greatest challenge facing us today. The way in which we respond to it will determine the pattern of development for decades to come. We know that we must reduce global greenhouse gas emissions and develop less polluting energy systems. This book shows that we also need to find ways to cope with the changes already locked into the climate system.

Women’s Rights
Geraldine Terry, independent consultant
All over the world women and girls are being denied their social, economic, political, and civil rights. Women are being systematically discriminated against because of their gender. The aim of this book is to expose this structural discrimination across the full range of areas where it occurs, in education, in access to public services, in reaping benefits from trade, and elsewhere. The book also explores violence against women and the trafficking of women. It places all these problems in a developmental context and looks at ways of transforming existing inequalities and oppression. Terry argues that sponsoring women’s rights is not only a moral issue but also a very efficient way to pursue poverty reduction goals.
Small Guides to Big Issues Published by Pluto Press in partnership with Oxfam June 2007 ? 978-0-74532-348-0 ? paperback 192pp ? ?9.99 Not available through Stylus Publishing in North America

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Cities
Jeremy Seabrook, writer and journalist
Urbanisation is a central issue in the 21st century as an increasing proportion of the population migrates to cities. This book examines the effects of urbanisation in the global South. It is concerned not only with the altered fabric of the daily lives of people who migrate from villages to towns and cities but, more significantly, with the effects on the psyche and sensibility of people who have until recently lived as agricultural workers. Including case studies from South Asia and Latin America, this is a rich collection of first-hand stories from new urban dwellers, accompanied by research and analysis.
Small Guides to Big Issues Published by Pluto Press in partnership with Oxfam June 2007 ? 978-0-74532-307-7? paperback ? 200pp ? ?9.99 Not available through Stylus Publishing in North America

Communities in the global South are already responding to the unprecedented changes in their environment. Some are exploring different methods of farming or searching for different places to live. This book tells these people’s stories against the backdrop of global institutions, agreements, and political reality. This inspiring and invaluable book is a call for climate justice. Rich people are responsible for the bulk of past emissions, yet poor people, who have the fewest resources to adapt, are most vulnerable to their effects. It is not too late to find a way forward that is both effective and fair. Just as we have the power to cause damage to the environment, we also have the power to repair it. And that is quite a responsibility.
Small Guides to Big Issues Published by Pluto Press in partnership with Oxfam November 2007 ? 978-0-74532-580-4 ? paperback 200pp ? ?9.99 Not available through Stylus Publishing in North America

SEE ALSO Gender and Diversity Section pp8–15

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SEE ALSO Up in Smoke? series p32 Gender, Development, and Climate Change p11

SEE ALSO Urban Vulnerability p35 Development and Cities p30

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Education and Health
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Developing Adult Literacy Approaches to Planning, Implementing, and Delivering Literacy Initiatives
Juliet Merrifield, Principal of the Friends Centre, an independent adult education center, Juliet McCaffery, Consultancy and Training Services and Secretary of the British Association of Literacy in Development, and Juliet Millican, Student Learning Development Manager at the Community University Partnership, University of Brighton, UK
? An essential companion for those working in adult literacy, this book is designed to assist people who plan, develop, and deliver literacy initiatives for adults. Literacy initiatives are complex and must take into account the local context, the resources available, the planned scale of the programme, and most importantly the purposes of learners, the local community, and other key stakeholders. Using a mix of theory and practical real-life examples, this book sets out some of the main concepts of literacy and approaches to adult literacy education used throughout the world. These are then used to show the wide variety of ways to develop and manage adult literacy programmes. The authors present four key concepts of literacy that have shaped many approaches over the last 30 years. Preparation and planning for literacy learning is also covered, followed by a series of practical guides. This book demonstrates the huge importance of literacy and its power to improve lives, while also showing that the role literacy plays in development is not a simple one and that it is never a quick-fix solution.
September 2007 ? 978-0-85598-596-7 ? paperback 200pp ? ?15.95 ? $23.93

Gender Equality and HIV and AIDS A Challenge for the Education Sector
Edited by Sheila Aikman, Oxfam GB, Elaine Unterhalter, Institute of Education, UK, and Tania Boler, ActionAid
? Topical and informative, this groundbreaking book uses examples from South Africa and South-East Asia to illustrate how education, gender equality, and HIV and AIDS interrelate. The feminisation of HIV epidemics has been steadily increasing worldwide. In subSaharan Africa, 75 per cent of young people infected are women and girls. Gender disparities in education contribute to social conditions that facilitate the spread of HIV. This book aims to help government policymakers and NGO practitioners improve their understanding of how schools can practise gender equality and provide HIV and AIDS education. Researchers, NGOs, and donors contribute case studies and research from around the world to show the extreme importance of educating girls, who are less likely than boys to attend school, and who consequently become more vulnerable to HIV. Also addressed are the need to educate boys against violence towards girls; teachers against sexual abuse of girls; and education ministries about implementing, monitoring, and evaluating equal gender practices in education.
July 2008 ? 978-0-85598-579-0 ? paperback 200pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

Practising Gender Equality In Education Programme Insights
Edited by Sheila Aikman, Oxfam GB, and Elaine Unterhalter, Institute of Education, UK
? Asks what quality gender-equitable education looks like and explores how NGOs, practitioners, policy-makers, and researchers can work together to achieve it. ? This book is invaluable for anyone involved in developing policy and good practice for quality education for all. Drawing on the work of the ‘Beyond Access, Gender, Education, and Development’ project, contributors discuss some of the key challenges in achieving gender equality in education, give examples of initiatives in a range of contexts, and make recommendations for action. They suggest that there is a more substantive goal to aim for than gender parity (i.e. the same proportion of girls and boys entering and completing schooling): we need to work towards an equitable education system which allows all individuals, irrespective of gender, to develop their potential.
June 2007 ? 978-0-85598-598-1 ? paperback 136pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

SEE ALSO Gender Section p13

SEE ALSO Adult Literacy p6

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Education and Health
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Beyond Access Transforming Policy and Practice for Gender Equality in Education
Edited by Sheila Aikman, Oxfam GB, and Elaine Unterhalter, Institute of Education, UK
? A collection in which policy-makers and practitioners share experience and understanding of how to achieve genderequitable basic education. ‘An excellent volume for policy makers, activists and practitioners, because it demonstrates why the ‘business as usual approach’ embodied in the Millennium Development Goals needs to be transformed’
Frances Vavrus, Theory and Research in Education

Partnerships for Girls’ Education
Edited by Nitya Rao and Ines Smyth
? Sets global, regional, national, and local case studies of educational partnerships in an analytical framework, and suggests strategies for progress towards the Millennium Development Goals. Partnerships – involving multinational donors, governments, international nongovernment organisations, the private sector, civil society, and local communities – are widely seen as the most effective way to achieve sustainable economic and social benefits for the poorest people. How does this vision translate into reality for education services? How can innovative local initiatives be scaled up without losing the community involvement that made them so successful in the first place? This book shares experiences from a range of organisations, with detailed case studies from Bangladesh, Egypt, the Philippines, Peru, and sub-Saharan Africa.
2004 ? 978-0-85598-513-4 ? paperback 180pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

Practising Gender Analysis in Education
Fiona Leach, University of Sussex
? Accessible tools for carrying out gendersensitive analysis, for policy-makers and planners, development agency staff, researchers, and students. This practical book includes frameworks for analysing systems, institutions, and policies, allowing the reader to think through the problems clearly and to develop constructive alternatives.
Oxfam Skills and Practice 2003 ? 978-0-85598-493-9 ? paperback 96pp ? ?8.50 ? $13.60

Contributors to this book examine the extent and causes of gender-based inequality in education; analyse government policies and their implications for women’s empowerment; and report on original fieldwork in a range of local contexts where gender equality initiatives have flourished.
2005 ? 978-0-85598-529-5 ? paperback 172pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

Adult Literacy A Handbook for Development Workers
Paul Fordham, Deryn Holland, and Juliet Millican
This is a resource book for agency staff with no formal training in adult education, who are called upon to provide literary skills as planners, trainers, or teachers.
Published in association with VSO (Voluntary Service Overseas) 1995 ? 978-0-85598-314-7 ? paperback 180pp ? ?9.95 ? $15.95

SEE ALSO Gender Section p13

SEE ALSO In the Public Interest: Health, Education, and Water and Sanitation for All p3 Gender, Education, and Training p14

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Free, Quality Education for Every Afghan Child Missing the Mark A School Report on Rich Countries’ Contribution to Universal Primary Education by 2015 Working with the Media on Gender and Education A Guide for Training and Planning

The Oxfam Education Report
Kevin Watkins
‘…this study of education and its role in development is always clear, sensible, and well informed. An essential reference for anyone who takes development education seriously, it should be required reading for everyone involved in aid agencies or the allocation of government funds to them.’
The Development Education Journal

An invaluable resource for anyone concerned with education as a development issue, including academics, researchers, students, journalists, and campaigners.
2000 ? 978-0-85598-428-1 ? paperback 414pp ? ?13.50 ? $21.60

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Education and Health
Health
Gender Issues in Health Projects and Programmes
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Disease Prevention through Vector Control Guidelines for Relief Organisations
Madeleine C Thomson
Relief workers are given an overview of how diseases spread in camps for refugees and displaced persons, and of preventative measures that can be taken.
1995 ? 978-0-85598-306-2 ? paperback 96pp ? ?7.50 ? $12.00

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This paper shows NGOs different ways to address gender and health issues in their programmes, including primary and reproductive health care.
Oxfam Working Papers 1995 ? 978-0-85598-295-9 ? paperback 28pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

Gender And Health A Global Sourcebook
Edited by Minke Valk, Sarah Cummings, and Henk van Dam
Includes case studies from around the world, showing how people and organisations are working together to make health provision more sensitive to the needs of marginalised people, and an extensive and up-to-date critical bibliography of international print and online source material.
Published by KIT Publishers in association with Oxfam GB Gender, Society and Development 2006 ? 978-0-85598-571-4 ? paperback 150pp ? ?16.95 ? $27.15

Health and Livelihoods in Rural Angola
Laura Habgood
Based on research on how Angolan communities use health services, these recommendations are for researchers and providers of health-care services.
Oxfam Working Papers 1998 ? 978-0-85598-411-3 ? paperback 70pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

Health Care for Refugees and Displaced People
Catherine Mears and Sue Chowdhury
This practical introduction for providers of health care in emergencies includes a checklist to rapidly assess the situation, implementation plans, and facilities required.
1994 ? 978-0-85598-225-6 ? paperback 64pp ? ?7.50 ? $12.00

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Access to Health and Education Services in Ethiopia Supply, Demand, and Government Policy
Fra von Massow
Recommendations are addressed to the Ethiopian government, NGOs, donors, and creditors, about the problems faced by rural and urban communities when trying to access health and education services.
Oxfam Working Papers 2001 ? 978-0-85598-471-7 ? paperback 104pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

Acceptability and Use of CerealBased Foods in Refugee Camps Case Studies from Nepal, Ethiopia, and Tanzania
Catherine Mears with Helen Young
For people working with refugees, this working paper presents research into how refugees regard and use fortified cerealbased food rations.
Oxfam Working Papers 1998 ? 978-0-85598-402-1 ? paperback 134pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

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Cutting the Cost of Global Health Fatal Side Effects Medicine Patents Under the Microscope Health Promotion Guidelines Communicable Diseases

Selective Feeding Programmes
Tim Lusty and Pat Diskett
This comprehensive manual provides all the necessary information for people working in health and nutrition to cope with emergency relief situations.
1984 ? 978-0-85598-097-9 ? paperback 96pp ? ?7.50 ? $12.00

Cost Sharing for Primary Health Care Lessons from Yemen
Abdul W Al Serouri, Dina Balabanova, and Souad Al Hibshi
Most people in Yemen cannot afford basic health care. Those who plan cost-sharing policies are shown factors that will determine the success or failure of their policies.
Oxfam Working Papers 2002 ? 978-0-85598-476-2 ? paperback 84pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

Food Scarcity and Famine Assessment and Response
Helen Young
This guide includes advice about discussing the causes of food shortage, assessing food distribution, and supplementary feeding programmes, for people working in areas of food scarcity.
1992 ? 978-0-85598-145-7 ? paperback 112pp ? ?7.50 ? $12.00

Financing Health Care
Hilary Goodman and Catriona Waddington
Managers and workers in NGO health programmes are offered guidance on ways to finance health care in various contexts.
1993 ? 978-0-85598-187-7 ? paperback 96pp ? ?7.50 ? $12.00

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Working in Gender & Development series
? This new series will present the theory and practice of gender-oriented development in a way that records experience, describes good practice, and shares information about resources. ? Working in Gender & Development titles will appeal to development and humanitarian practitioners, policy-makers, academics, and graduate students. Books in this new series will bring together themed selections of the best articles from the Oxfam journal Gender & Development, supplemented with specially commissioned articles and material drawn from other Oxfam publications. Each title will be edited by a key thinker in the field, and will include an up-tothe-minute overview of current thinking and thoughts on future policy responses.

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Revisiting Gender Training The Making and Remaking of Gender Knowledge: A Global Sourcebook
Maitrayee Mukhopadhyay and Franz Wong
? Case studies and an extensive and upto-date annotated bibliography of international resources, in print and online, make this a truly global sourcebook on gender training. Articles in this collection consider the thinking behind gender education and training, rather than the day-to-day practice. They explore the explicit and implicit assumptions in gender training about the nature of knowledge (epistemology), about how knowledge is imparted (pedagogy), and about knowing (cognition). The book brings together case studies at country, regional, and global level to look critically behind the practice.
Gender, Society and Development Published by KIT Publishers in association with Oxfam GB September 2007 ? 978-0-85598-599-8 ? paperback 150pp ? ?16.95 ? US$27.15

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Gender-Based Violence
Edited by Geraldine Terry, Independent Consultant, with Joanna Hoare, Editor, Gender & Development Journal
Gender-based violence affects every society in the world, and represents a significant impediment to development. Anyone can be a victim of violence on the grounds of their gender identity, but it is predominantly women and girls whose lives are limited by its effects. This book examines the wide variety of forms that gender-based violence can take, including violence that occurs within marriage, during fuel collection and forced evictions, and at school, and the impact that this violence can have on the capacity of victims to support themselves and enjoy their full rights as human beings. The authors also present examples of successful policy and advocacy responses, ranging from lobbying for better legal and police protection for victims, to working with men and boys to combat the underlying gender stereotypes and expectations that legitimate gender-based violence against women. Case studies are drawn from across the world, from Central America to South-East Asia.
Working in Gender & Development September 2007 ? 978-0-85598-602-5 ? paperback 160pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

HIV and AIDS
Edited by Alice Welbourn, Leadership Council of the UNAIDS-led Global Coalition on Women and AIDS, with Joanna Hoare, Editor, Gender & Development Journal
HIV and AIDS affect millions of women and men whose work drives their countries’ economies and services, and who care for the young and the old. HIV and AIDS push more and more families into poverty, and poverty makes people more vulnerable to infections. The impact of the pandemic is gendered, with women more likely to contract HIV not just because of increased biological vulnerability, but also due to their widespread inability to negotiate safe sexual contact and condom use. Women and girls, as the primary care-givers in most society, also bear the burden of caring for sick partners and relatives, which significantly affects their access to education and their capacity to generate income. Using case studies from around the world, this collection explores the links between HIV and AIDS, poverty, and gender inequality, and the role of development practitioners, policy-makers, and researchers in addressing the pandemic.
Working in Gender and Development January 2008 ? 978-0-85598-603-2 ? paperback 160pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

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We Work at Home The Training Manual
Compiled by Kate Jehan
A training manual designed to assist organisations or individuals to facilitate the building of independent home-based worker organisations. See p35 for more information.

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Gender and Diversity
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Gender Equality and Sexual Exploitation A Pick-up-and-Go Training Pack
A structured learning system for geographically dispersed NGO staff which enables basic gender training to be delivered where and when learners most need it. See p24 for more information.

The Oxfam Gender Training Manual
Suzanne Williams, with Janet Seed and Adelina Mwau
‘The Gender Training Manual contains everything required to run a gender training programme that will be relevant, fascinating, and transforming … well presented and easy to follow … It is a valuable resource for government and non-government organisations, for schools, for consultants and contractors – for anyone who is dedicated to providing quality gender training.’
Australian Development Studies Network

Gender Works Oxfam’s Experience in Policy and Practice
Edited by Fenella Porter, Ines Smyth, and Caroline Sweetman
‘A brave book, which tackles the experience, obstacles, successes, and failures in Oxfam’s attempts to make its institutional structures more women-friendly … A mustread for all development practitioners.’
Gita Sen, Indian Institute of Management

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‘An outstanding manual which deserves to be widely used.’
Department of Energy and Environmental Technology, Glasgow Caledonian University

A Guide to Gender-Analysis Frameworks
Candida March, Ines Smyth, and Maitrayee Mukhopadhyay
? A guide to all the main analytical frameworks for use in gender-sensitive research and planning. This practical book draws on the experience of trainers and practitioners in using genderanalysis frameworks, including step-by-step instructions, and summaries of their advantages and disadvantages in particular situations. An introductory section places the frameworks in the context of gender transformatory development work and research, emphasising that a tool is not a substitute for commitment.
Oxfam Skills and Practice 1999 ? 978-0-85598-403-8 ? paperback 96pp ? ?8.50 ? $13.60

‘Could be used not only by experienced trainers looking for new ideas, but also by those with an interest in gender who are uncertain where and how to begin the process of raising gender awareness.’
Learning for Health

Based on a participatory process involving many Oxfam GB staff, Gender Works gives a multi-faceted account of the organisation’s attempt to integrate gender issues into its work and culture over the past 15 years. It is an important book for development policymakers and practitioners as well as academic researchers.
1999 ? 978-0-85598-407-6 ? paperback 250pp ? ?13.95 ? $22.35

This resource for gender and development trainers draws on the work of gender trainers all over the world. It offers field-tested training techniques, activities and photocopiable handouts, drawn from a wide range of sources and shaped into a coherent training programme. Primarily intended as a resource for trainers and organisations concerned with development and relief, in the North and in the South, it should also be of value to any organisation attempting to incorporate a gender perspective into its work.
1995 ? 978-0-85598-267-6 ? spiral-bound 630pp ? ?37.50 ? $60.00 Available in Spanish

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Politics of the Possible Gender and Organisational Change – Experiences from the Field
Maitrayee Mukhopadhyay, Gerard Steehouwer, and Franz Wong
Presents field experiences of managing the politically sensitive agenda of promoting gender equality in NGOs, and negotiating the contradictions between using organisational development tools and promoting gender equality.
2006 ? 978-0-85598-570-7 ? paperback 150pp ? ?16.95 ? $27.15

Manual de Capacitación de Genero de Oxfam
Published in association with the Centro de la Mujer Peruana Flora Tristan, Spain 1997 ? 978-0-85598-380-2 ? paperback 3-volume set ? ?35.00 ? $56.00 Available in Portuguese

Manual de Formacao em Genero da Oxfam
Published in association with SOS-Corpo, Brazil 1999 ? 978-0-85598-417-5 ? paperback 502pp ? ?35.00 ? $56.00

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Gender and Diversity
Training and Policy Development
Mainstreaming Gender in Development A Critical Review
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Gender Training The Source Book
Edited by Minke Valk, Sarah Cummings, and Henk Van Dam
This book presents gender training from the perspective of practitioners, including educators, trainers, and researchers.
Gender, Society & Development Published by KIT Publishers in association with Oxfam GB 1998 ? 978-0-85598-404-5 ? paperback ? 176pp ? ?16.95 ? $27.15

North–South Co-operation
Caroline Sweetman
Decision-makers and practitioners can see in this book the multi-faceted nature of North-South co-operation, such as between civil society, funding agencies, men, and women.
Focus on Gender 1995 ? 978-0-85598-300-0 ? paperback 94pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.50

Edited by Fenella Porter and Caroline Sweetman
This volume offers a critical review of gender mainstreaming. It aims to be enabling and practical, offering ways to help identify solutions and move past dilemmas into action.
Focus on Gender 2005 ? 978-0-85598-551-6 ? paperback 112pp ? ?9.95 ? $16.50

Gender and ICTs for Development A Global Source Book

Gender and Organizational Change
Mandy Macdonald, Ellen Sprenger, and Ireen Dubel

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Development with Women
Edited by Deborah Eade, with an introduction by Dorienne Rowan-Campbell
These papers for policy-makers and practitioners include topics ranging from women-focused credit programmes to limitations of gender training, in Latin America, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa.
Development in Practice Readers 1999 ? 978-0-85598-419-9 ? paperback 196pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

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Edited by Minke Valk, Sarah Cummings, and Henk Van Dam
This book features five case studies illustrating ways in which women have been able to make the most of digital opportunities and an annotated bibliography of the international literature on the subject.
Gender, Society & Development 2005 ? 978-0-85598-565-3 ? paperback 160pp ? ?16.95 ? $27.15

For practitioners, these case studies, guidelines, and tools explore the organisational learning processes that take place in Northern donor agencies.
Gender, Society & Development Published by KIT Publishers, in association with Novib and Hivos 1997 ? 978-9-06832-709-0 ? paperback 156pp ? ?16.95 ? $27.15

What Men and Women Want A Practical Guide to Gender and Participation
Helen Buhaenko, Vikki Butler, Charlotte Flower, and Sue Smith
For anyone working to improve lives at local level, this guide shows how to implement participatory processes that consider gender issues throughout.
Published by Oxfam GB’s UK Poverty Programme 2004 ? 978-0-85598-536-3 ? paperback 80pp ? ?4.95 ? $7.95

Women’s Information Services and Networks A Global Source Book
Edited by Sarah Cummings, Minke Valk, and Henk van Dam
Aimed at anyone interested in the topic, this book provides: information relating to different regions; the ‘Mapping the World’ directory; and further reading and resources.
Gender, Society & Development Published by KIT Publishers in association with Oxfam GB 1999 ? 978-0-85598-425-0 ? paperback 176pp ? ?16.95 ? $27.15

Women and Leadership
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
These articles aim to make world players more aware that advances in political, social, and economic equality between men and women have not been matched by women taking positions of leadership in national and international institutions.
Focus on Gender 2000 ? 978-0-85598-452-6 ? paperback 88pp ? ?9.95 ? $15.95

Gender in Development Organisations
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
Any development organisation seriously committed to promoting gender equality will find this book useful: it asserts that these organisations must begin gender equality at home, taking it from there to the field.
Focus on Gender 1997 ? 978-0-85598-365-9 ? paperback 64pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.50

See Both Sides A Guide to Gender Analysis for Quality Service Delivery
Karen Richardson
These training exercises, strategies, and impact assessment tools offer service providers practical ways to plan and deliver services that really are gender neutral.
Published by Oxfam GB’s UK Poverty Programme 2004 ? 978-0-85598-537-0 ? paperback 80pp ? ?4.95 ? $7.95

Half the World, Half a Chance An Introduction to Gender and Development
Julia Cleves Mosse
For newcomers to gender as a development issue, this introductory text shows how women are disadvantaged socially and economically, and also what women are doing to fight inequality.
1992 ? 978-0-85598-186-0 ? paperback 240pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

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Gender in the 21st Century Institutionalizing Gender Equality: Commitment, Policy and Practice A Global Sourcebook
Edited by Minke Valk, Henk van Dam, and Angela Khadar
Anyone seeking to integrate gender issues in their work will benefit from this overview of what governments, development agencies, and NGOs are doing to incorporate women’s issues into their policies and programmes.
Gender, Society & Development Published by KIT Publishers in association with Oxfam GB 2001 ? 978-0-85598-459-5 ? paperback 172pp ? ?16.95 ? $27.15

A Change in Thinking Gender Budgeting – now’s the time Working with the Media on Gender and Education A Guide for Training and Planning
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Caroline Sweetman
Policy-makers and practitioners will benefit from exploring the issues in this book, which cover female leadership in politics, economics, the home, and the workplace.
Focus on Gender 2000 ? 978-0-85598-427-4 ? paperback 112pp ? ?9.95 ? $16.50

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Gender and Diversity
Key Issues Violence, Conflict, and Disasters
Gender, Trafficking, and Slavery
Edited by Rachel Masika
These articles analyse key debates, different forms of slavery, shortcomings in national and international legislation, and possible solutions to this emotive and controversial subject.
Focus on Gender 2002 ? 978-0-85598-478-6 ? paperback 96pp ? ?9.95 ? $16.50

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Women and Emergencies
Edited by Bridget Walker
For anyone concerned not to marginalise women in disaster response, these articles examine the experiences of women in emergencies, and their particular needs and strengths.
Focus on Gender 1994 ? 978-0-85598-266-9 ? paperback 64pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.50

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Ending Violence Against Women A Challenge for Development and Humanitarian Work
Francine Pickup, with Suzanne Williams and Caroline Sweetman
? The first and only book to make a sustained case for development organisations to address violence against women as an abuse of women’s rights and a barrier to development. Includes various definitions of violence against women, and theories about why it happens, an accessible analysis of legal and rights-based approaches to ending violence, and case studies from times of war and peace, focusing on strategies to counter violence against women and to support survivors.
2001 ? 978-0-85598-438-0 ? paperback 376pp ? ?13.95 ? $22.35

Gender and Migration
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
Explores the reasons why women and men move within and outside their native countries – and how this can be a chance for some women to challenge oppressive gender relations.
Focus on Gender 1998 ? 978-0-85598-399-4 ? paperback 72pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.50

Gender, Development, and Climate Change
Edited by Rachel Masika and Caroline Sweetman
The impact of climate change on women is often overlooked, and this book seeks to redress the balance using case studies, from top-level policy discussions to local disasters and attempts at mitigation.
Focus on Gender 2002 ? 978-0-85598-479-3 ? paperback 96pp ? ?9.95 ? $16.50

Societies in Transition
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
Articles examine how women are affected by transition in its widest sense: passing or change from one place to another.
Focus on Gender 1995 ? 978-0-85598-339-0 ? paperback 64pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.50

Women and the Environment
Edited by Geraldine Reardon
Seeks to understand how and why most women living in the South are so profoundly affected by environmental degradation.
Focus on Gender 1993 ? 978-0-85598-221-8 ? paperback 64pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.50

Women and Conflict
Edited by Helen O’Connell
Examines women’s needs in all areas of civil and military conflict, from domestic violence and forced prostitution to women in war and as refugees or internally displaced people.
Focus on Gender 1993 ? 978-0-85598-222-5 ? paperback 64pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.50

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Gender, Peacebuilding, and Reconstruction
Edited by Caroline Sweetman

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Gender and changes in tsunami-affected villages in Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam province Towards Ending Violence Against Women in South Asia

This collection of articles explores conflict prevention through development projects in places where resources are scarce and where age-old agreements between groups come under strain.
Focus on Gender 2004 ? 978-0-85598-533-2 ? paperback 96pp ? ?9.95 ? $16.50

Violence Against Women
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
Violence against women is a violation of human rights and a barrier to sustainable development, as these examples, including campaigning and advocacy work, from , Europe, Asia, the UK and Africa show.
Focus on Gender 1998 ? 978-0-85598-401-4 ? paperback 80pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.50

Development, Women, and War Feminist Perspectives

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Edited by Haleh Afshar and Deborah Eade
For policy-makers, practitioners and academics, these essays examine why women’s potential to contribute to both war and peace initiatives has not been realised, in the Middle East, eastern Europe, and Africa.
Development in Practice Readers 2003 ? 978-0-85598-487-8 ? paperback 256pp ? ?15.95 ? $25.55

SEE ALSO Gender-Based Violence p8 Conflict section on pp21–23

Gender, Development, and Humanitarian Work
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
Explores the ways in which emergencies affect men and women differently, and includes case studies drawn from Latin America, Israel, and Kyrgyzstan
Focus on Gender 2001 ? 978-0-85598-457-1 ? paperback 88pp ? ?9.95 ? $16.50

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Gender and Diversity
Key Issues Poverty and Livelihoods
Gender and the Millennium view Development Goals online
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
Contributions examine the strengths and weaknesses of this way of understanding and addressing poverty, and suggest ways of strengthening the approach by using key insights and approaches associated with the 30-year struggle to establish and uphold the rights of women.
Focus on Gender 2005 ? 978-0-85598-550-9 ? paperback 112pp ? ?9.95 ? $16.50

Natural Resources Management and Gender A Global Sourcebook
Edited by Minke Valk, Sarah Cummings, and Henk van Dam
Without identifying and overcoming barriers to men’s and women’s participation in the management of natural resources, poverty alleviation and sustainable development are not possible, as these articles assert.
Gender, Society & Development Published by KIT Publishers in association with Oxfam GB 2003 ? 978-0-85598-501-1 ? paperback 136pp ? ?16.95 ? $27.15

Gender, Development, and Money
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
Explores the role that earning income really plays in transforming the power relations between women and men, and includes case studies drawn from Indonesia, Cameroon, South Asia, and the Caribbean.
Focus on Gender 2001 ? 978-0-85598-453-3 ? paperback 88pp ? ?9.95 ? $16.50

SEE ALSO Microfinance and Microenterprise section p34

Gender, Development, and Trade
Edited by Maree Keating

Women and Economic Policy
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Edited by Barbara Evers
The two main themes of this book – macroeconomic policy and income generation projects – will be of interest to women’s groups, development planners, NGOs, and international lending institutions.
Focus on Gender 1994 ? 978-0-85598-260-7 ? paperback 64pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.50

Shows those working on trade issues, or on gender equality, or both, how women are influencing trade policy rules and participating in campaigns for trade reform.
Focus on Gender 2004 ? 978-0-85598-532-5 ? paperback 96pp ? ?9.95 ? $16.50

Any individual or organisation working to alleviate poverty must integrate gender analysis into his or her work: this book includes gender budgeting and ‘engendering’ Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers.
Focus on Gender 2002 ? 978-0-85598-480-9 ? paperback 104pp ? ?9.95 ? $16.50

SEE ALSO Trading Away Our Rights p33

Women, Employment, and Exclusion
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
These case studies show men and women how both genders relate to the cash economy, paid workforce, world markets, formal and informal livelihoods, and global economic activity.
Focus on Gender 1996 ? 978-0-85598-364-2 ? paperback 72pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.50

Women Reinventing Globalisation
Edited by Joanna Kerr and Caroline Sweetman
A wide range of issues are presented for development organisations and the international women’s movement to examine, from new reproductive and genetic technologies to the media and fundamentalism.
Focus on Gender 2003 ? 978-0-85598-492-2 ? paperback 192pp ? ?15.95 ? $23.95

Gender Perspectives on Property and Inheritance A Global Sourcebook
Edited by Sarah Cummings, Henk van Dam, Angela Khadar, and Minke Valk
Anyone concerned about the unequal positions of men and women regarding ownership of land and property, and laws around inheritance, marriage, and employment, can learn more about the issues in this book.
Gender, Society & Development Published by KIT Publishers in association with Oxfam GB 2001 ? 978-0-85598-461-8 ? paperback 185pp ? ?16.95 ? $27.15

SEE ALSO Trade and Livelihoods section pp33–36

Gender and Poverty in the North
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
This book shows how international development policy-makers and practitioners are increasingly conversing with Northern governments and NGOs about the role of the welfare state and ways to combat Northern poverty.
Focus on Gender 1998 ? 978-0-85598-393-2 ? paperback 72pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.50

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Women, Land, and Agriculture
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
This book asserts that global food security is impossible without first attaining gender equality: women need fair access to land, agricultural inputs, and credit.
Focus on Gender 1999 ? 978-0-85598-421-2 ? paperback 72pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.50

Fifty Voices Are Better than One Combating Social Exclusion and Gender Stereotyping Gender At the Heart of Regeneration

Women and Urban Settlement
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
For anyone studying or practising in cities, these articles show how people’s physical surroundings determine what they do to survive, and how men and women are linked to human settlement.
Focus on Gender 1996 ? 978-0-85598-348-2 ? paperback 64pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.50

Gender and Technology
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
This book shows interested persons how technologies in different contexts can either challenge or consolidate unequal gender relations, be they political, economic, or social.
Focus on Gender 1999 ? 978-0-85598-422-9 ? paperback 80pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.50

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Gender and Diversity
Key Issues Rights
Gender, Development, and Advocacy
Edited by Koos Kingma and Caroline Sweetman
Articles in this collection chart the experience, challenges, and successes of gender equality advocates from areas including Pakistan, Australia, and southern Africa.
Focus on Gender 2005 ? 978-0-85598-552-3 ? paperback 112pp ? ?9.95 ? $16.50

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Key Issues Health and Education
Women and Rights
Explores how legal systems to uphold rights are all too often grounded in cultures that discriminate against women.
Focus on Gender 1995 ? 978-0-85598-317-8 ? paperback 64pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.50

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Gender, Development, and Citizenship
Edited by Caroline Sweetman

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Women, Land, and Authority Perspectives from South Africa
Edited by Shamim Meer
This book uses surveys and case studies to explore how land rights and gender transformation are key to South Africa’s democratic transition.
Published by David Philip Publishers, South Africa 1997 ? 978-0-85598-375-8 ? paperback 160pp ? ?11.95 ? $19.15

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Considers the relationships between individuals and the states in which they live, with case studies from around the world, including from Uganda, India, Algeria, Brazil, Poland, and Nepal.
Focus on Gender 2003 ? 978-0-85598-505-9 ? paperback ? ?9.95 ? $16.50

Gender Equality and HIV and AIDS A Challenge for the Education Sector
Edited by Sheila Aikman, Elaine Unterhalter, and Tania Boler
This collection aims to help government policy-makers and NGO practitioners improve their understanding of how schools can practise gender equality and provide HIV and AIDS education. See p5 for more details.

Gender, Citizenship and Governance A Global Sourcebook
Edited by Minke Valk, Sarah Cummings, and Henk van Dam
Gives a global perspective on governance and gender and includes an annotated bibliography of the international literature on the subject and reviews of relevant web resources.
Gender, Society and Development Published by KIT Publishers in association with Oxfam GB 2004 ? 978-0-85598-528-8 ? paperback 156pp ? ?16.95 ? $27.15

Women Speak Reflections on our Struggles 1982–97
Edited by Shamim Meer
For anyone interested in women in South Africa, this record of interviews shows their needs and desires in the 1980s and 1990s.
Published in association with Kwela Books, South Africa 1999 ? 978-0-85598-416-8 ? paperback 168pp ? ?11.95 ? $19.15

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Play Fair at the Olympics Respect workers’ rights in the sportswear industry Trading Away Our Rights Women working in global supply chains
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Questioning Empowerment Working with Women in Honduras
Jo Rowlands
This book challenges development workers who may overestimate the positive outcomes of their work: what is ‘empowerment’ and how can it be achieved for women in particular?
1997 ? 978-0-85598-362-8 ? paperback 208pp ? ?11.95 ? $19.15

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Practising Gender Equality In Education Programme Insights
Edited by Sheila Aikman and Elaine Unterhalter
Contributors discuss some of the key challenges in achieving gender equality in education. See p5 for more details.

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Gender and Diversity
Key Issues Health and Education
Gender, Development, and Health
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
This book argues that two changes are needed for men and women to achieve better health: services and resources that meet all their physical and mental needs; and equal access to these resources.
Focus on Gender 2001 ? 978-0-85598-456-4 ? paperback 88pp ? ?9.95 ? $16.50

Key Issues Men and Masculinities
Gender Equality and Men Learning from Practice
Edited by Sandy Ruxton
Oxfam GB and other organisations share their knowledge and practical experience gained working with men to achieve gender equality.
2004 ? 978-0-85598-514-1 ? paperback 240pp ? ?13.95 ? $22.35

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Men, Masculinities, and Poverty in the UK
Sandy Ruxton

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Population and Reproductive Rights
Edited by Caroline Sweetman and Kate de Selincourt
In the context of the UN Conference on Population and Development held in Cairo in 1994, this book explores relations between population, environment, and sustainable livelihoods for present and future generations.
Focus on Gender 1994 ? 978-0-85598-278-2 ? paperback 64pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.50

Drawing upon a detailed review of relevant literature and the experience of a wide range of community-based groups, the author explores how changing economic, social, and political circumstances are affecting gender relations.
2002 ? 978-0-85598-490-8 ? paperback 140pp ? ?9.95 ? $16.50

Disability, Equality, and Human Rights A Training Manual for Development and Humanitarian Organisations
Alison Harris, who pioneered the Disability Equality Training of Trainers course developed in Kosovo in partnership with Handikos, a disabled people’s organisation, with Sue Enfield, writer and trainer in the field of disability rights
? This training manual builds on Oxfam’s work with local disabled people’s organisations in the Balkans, particularly in Kosovo, supported by case studies from West Africa and South and East Africa. ? Designed to be used both by disabled people’s organisations, and by the humanitarian and development community, to raise awareness and put disability equality into action. This manual shows that the values of equality, empowerment, and autonomy promoted by the social change model of disability can be translated to a wide range of political and social contexts. The manual is written in clear and simple language, featuring practical materials ideal for trainers working in geographically isolated areas without access to sophisticated equipment. Most of the exercises can be adapted for use by groups of people with a wide range of impairments and educational levels.
Published by Oxfam GB in association with ADD (Action on Disability and Development) 2003 ? 978-0-85598-485-4? paperback 400pp ? ?29.95 ? $49.95

Men’s Involvement in Gender and Development Policy and Practice Beyond Rhetoric
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
This collection, written by women and men working as gender trainers and policy advisers, explores the issues confronting men who are committed to promoting gender equality in development.
Oxfam Working Papers 2001 ? 978-0-85598-466-3 ? paperback 80pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

Gender, Education, and Training
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
These articles assess the importance of education and training in promoting equality between men and women in all areas of development.
Focus on Gender 1998 ? 978-0-85598-400-7 ? paperback 80pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.50

SEE ALSO Education section pp5–6

Mainstreaming Men into Gender and Development Debates, Reflections, and Experiences
Sylvia Chant and Matthew Gutmann
Men as well as women face exclusion because of their gender roles and identities, and male needs must be incorporated in gender and development initiatives at grassroots level, as this paper shows.
Oxfam Working Papers 2000 ? 978-0-85598-451-9 ? paperback 66pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

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Beyond Access for Girls and Boys How to achieve good-quality, gender-equitable education The Cost of Childbirth How women are paying the price for broken promises on aid

Men and Masculinity
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
These articles, for policy makers, academics, and practitioners, explore the place of male gender identities in obtaining gender equality and rights for both sexes.
Focus on Gender 1997 ? 978-0-85598-377-2 ? paperback 72pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.50

Gender, Development, and Diversity
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
This book explores how our multiple identities – gender, race, class, age – affect the fulfilment or not of development goals based on human rights and poverty alleviation.
Focus on Gender 2004 ? 978-0-85598-531-8 ? paperback 96pp ? ?9.95 ? $16.50

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Gender and Diversity
Key Issues Diversity
Gender, Development, and Marriage
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
Examines the economic, social, cultural, and health impacts of women’s marital status and the implications for development initiatives. Includes case studies drawn from Sri Lanka, Cambodia, India, El Salvador, Nigeria, and the Pacific.
Focus on Gender 2003 ? 978-0-85598-504-2 ? paperback 102pp ? ?9.95 ? $16.50

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Gender, Religion, and Spirituality
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
These articles alert development workers to the danger of ignoring religion and spirituality, which are of vital importance to men and women on all continents and which interact with social and economic shifts.
Focus on Gender 1999 ? 978-0-85598-426-7 ? paperback 80pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.50

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Disabled Children in a Society at War A Casebook from Bosnia
Rachel Hastie
Of interest to anyone working with children in war zones, this case study shows how Oxfam worked to integrate children in Bosnia into their local community – a radical programme since used as a model.
Oxfam Development Casebooks 1997 ? 978-0-85598-373-4 ? paperback 144pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.35

Gender and Disability Women’s Experiences in the Middle East
Lina Abu-Habib
Academics and practitioners involved with women, disabled people, or both, will benefit from these case studies of disabled women in Lebanon, Yemen, and Palestine.
1997 ? 978-0-85598-363-5 ? paperback 64pp ? ?9.95 ? $16.50

Development and Social Diversity
Edited by Deborah Eade, with an introduction by Mary B Anderson
These articles explore gender in relation to development practice and development institutions, and show that social changes reflect differences in power and status.
Development in Practice Readers 1996 ? 978-0-85598-343-7 ? paperback 112pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75
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Women and the Family
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
If development initiatives and family-support policies are to benefit women, development organisations need to understand family power structures in the communities they work in.
Focus on Gender 1996 ? 978-0-85598-352-9 ? paperback 64pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.50

Disability, Liberation, and Development
Peter Coleridge
This book shows development organisations how disabled people are a microcosm of their own work – oppressed, marginalised, and discriminated against in both North and South.
1993 ? 978-0-85598-195-2 ? paperback 252pp ? ?11.00 ? $17.60

Desarrollo y Diversidad Social
Published in association with the Centro de Investigación para la Paz, Spain, and Intermón, Spain 1998 ? 978-8-49224-344-0? paperback 112pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

Gender and Lifecycles
Edited by Caroline Sweetman
This book shows that gender discrimination varies according to age, generation, and status within the family.
Focus on Gender 2000 ? 978-0-85598-450-2 ? paperback 80pp ? ?9.95 ? $16.50

SEE ALSO Conflict section pp 21–23

Gender & Development Journal

Gender & Development Journal
Editor: Caroline Sweetman
? The only journal to focus specifically on gender and development issues internationally, and to explore the connections between gender and development initiatives and feminist perspectives. ? Essential reading for development practitioners, policy-makers, and academics, drawing on Oxfam’s strength as a leading NGO working on gender issues. Gender & Development aims to debate best practice and new ideas, drawing on practical experience of development work around the world and cutting-edge theory, to inform gender and development research, policy, and practice. Gender & Development comes out in three thematic issues per year, with an index at the end of each volume. Themes for 2007 and 2008: ? Gender-Based Violence (March 2007) ? Gender Research Methodologies (July 2007)

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Media (November 2007) Agriculture (March 2008) Reproductive Rights (July 2008) Leadership (November 2008)

Regular contents include: ? Full length articles ? Views, events, and debates section ? Resources section ? Book reviews ? Free online access
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? Links to current and previous journal issues ? Book reviews and digests of recently published books ? Information on Focus on Gender and Working in Gender & Development book series ? News, topics, and links

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HIV and AIDS Issues

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Paper 2 Reality Experiences and Lessons of Developing and Implementing an HIV/AIDS Workplace Policy
Dolar Vasani, Regional Advisor for HIV and AIDS, Oxfam International, Southern Africa
? Shares the experiences and lessons of CARE and Oxfam in developing and implementing HIV workplace policies. ? Both DVD and CD-ROM include all information in English, French, and Portuguese. ? The issues highlighted are relevant to local and international organisations anywhere in the world. The DVD aims to share experiences of interviews with staff on various aspects of HIV policies at work, to stimulate debate and discussion, and to provide practical ideas and suggestions on how to overcome some of the obstacles encountered when implementing an HIV workplace policy. Paper 2 Reality can benefit the work of: ? senior managers and directors of local NGOs ? programme and human resource managers ? peer educators and office champions ? HIV and AIDS workplace committees.
PAL: 978-0-85598-587-5 ? NTSC: 978-0-85598-588-2 2006 ? CD-ROM + DVD ? ?15.00 ? $24.00

Humanitarian Programmes and HIV and AIDS A Practical Approach to Mainstreaming
Marion O’Reilly, Vivian Walden, and Mary Yetter, Oxfam GB
This manual will help field staff to mainstream HIV and AIDS in humanitarian emergencies. It includes useful checklists and planning tools, with examples of inductions, trainings, and awareness-raising sessions both for staff and for community members. See p18 for more information

HIV and AIDS
Edited by Alice Welbourn with Joanna Hoare
From the new Working in Gender and Development series, this collection uses case studies from around the world, to explore the links between HIV and AIDS, poverty, and gender inequality. See p8 for more information.

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Renewing Our Voice Code of Good Practice for NGOs Responding to HIV/AIDS
? Developed by a multi-agency project in 2004; over 160 NGOs from around the world are signatories to this Code of Good Practice. This invaluable resource sets out principles that can be applied to the wide diversity of responses to HIV and AIDS around the world, providing invaluable guidance for: ? organisational planning ? developing, implementing, and evaluating operational programmes ? devising public advocacy strategies aimed at the legislative and policy environment ? ensuring effective scaling-up of programmes responding to HIV/AIDS ? allocation of resources.
Distributed by Oxfam Publishing for The NGO HIV/AIDS Code of Practice Project 2004 ? 978-0-85598-553-0 ? paperback 112pp + poster (840mm x 594mm) ? ?9.95 ? US$16.50 Special discounts are available for bulk orders from development and humanitarian, non-profit organisations. Contact Oxfam Publishing for more details.

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Gender Equality and HIV and AIDS A Challenge for the Education Sector
Edited by Sheila Aikman, Elaine Unterhalter, and Tania Boler
Topical and informative, this groundbreaking book uses examples from South Africa and South-East Asia to illustrate how education, gender equality, and HIV and AIDS interrelate. See p5 for more information.

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AIDS on the Agenda Adapting Development and Humanitarian Programmes to Meet the Challenge of HIV and AIDS
Sue Holden, Lancaster University
? How can NGOs change their current policy and practice to work effectively in a world which has been changed for ever by the pandemic of AIDS? AIDS on the Agenda offers a genuinely innovative response to the challenge of HIV and AIDS. ? Written for policy-makers, managers, and programme staff in development and humanitarian agencies, to promote debate about the challenges that confront them. Based on case studies drawn from the experience of three agencies and their partners, and includes a comprehensive resources section. Offers user-friendly guidance on: ? researching, predicting, and monitoring the internal impacts of AIDS and mainstreaming ? assessing the impacts of AIDS education and awareness-raising ? drafting a workplace policy and adapting organisational systems ? undertaking community research and training for mainstreaming AIDS in development and humanitarian work.
Published by Oxfam GB, in association with ActionAid and Save The Children 2003 ? 978-0-85598-469-4 ? paperback 256pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

Mainstreaming HIV/AIDS in Development and Humanitarian Programmes
Sue Holden
? Explains the concept of ‘mainstreaming’ HIV and AIDS in simple language, with practical guidelines for applying the approach in a wide range of sectors. This shorter and simpler version of AIDS on the Agenda makes the idea and practice of mainstreaming more accessible to those who actually do development and humanitarian work, as well as those who manage and fund it.
Oxfam Skills and Practice 2004 ? 978-0-85598-530-1 ? paperback 144pp ? ?8.50 ? $13.60

Protecting the Future HIV Prevention, Care, and Support Among Displaced and War-Affected Populations
Wendy Smith and the IRC
Invaluable to both humanitarian agency planners and managers, and to health professionals working in the field, this book shows how relief agencies can work with refugees and local people to minimise the further spread of HIV and how they can provide care and support to those affected.
Published by Kumarian Press in association with the International Rescue Committee

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Learning to Survive How Education For All Would Save Millions of Young People from HIV/AIDS Free Trade Agreement Between the USA and Thailand Threatens Access to HIV/AIDS Treatment Integrating and Mainstreaming HIV and AIDS in Emergencies

HIV/AIDS and Livelihoods Experiences in Mainstreaming from Malawi
? By sharing lessons learned from Oxfam’s programme work in Malawi, this video highlights the need to place HIV and AIDS and their effects at the centre of development programmes in order to minimise the impact on people at the community level. By sharing real experiences of mainstreaming through interviews with programme staff, village development committees, and beneficiaries this film raises key issues for planners and policy makers.
Published by Oxfam International and distributed by Oxfam GB 2004 ? Running time: 25 minutes 978-0-85598-539-4 ? video ? PAL format ? English 978-0-85598-540-0 ? video ? PAL format ? French 978-0-85598-541-7 ? video ? PAL format ? Portuguese 978-0-85598-542-4 ? video ? NTSC format ? English 978-0-85598-543-1 ? video ? SECAM format ? English 978-0-85598-544-8 ? video ? SECAM format ? French 978-0-85598-564-6 ? DVD ? English, French, and Portuguese ?9.95 + VAT (?11.70) ? $16.50

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Humanitarian Issues

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Humanitarian Programmes and HIV and AIDS A Practical Approach to Mainstreaming
Marion O’Reilly, Senior Health Adviser, Oxfam GB, Vivien Walden, Health Adviser, Oxfam GB, and Mary Yetter, former HIV Humanitarian Support Personnel, Oxfam GB
? Helps field staff to mainstream HIV and AIDS in humanitarian emergencies. ? Includes useful checklists and planning tools, with examples of inductions, trainings, and awareness-raising sessions both for staff and for community members. The first of its kind, this practical manual is intended to build staff skills in addressing the underlying causes of vulnerability to HIV infection and the consequences of HIV and AIDS, particularly in rapid-onset emergencies. The authors draw on experience in the field and offer practical recommendations on how to make sure that HIV and AIDS are considered when responding to humanitarian crises. The book explains both how HIV affects emergencies and how emergencies affect HIV, as well as identifying the particular needs of potentially vulnerable groups. There is guidance particularly for managers in the planning stage, but the book also suggests how to mainstream HIV and AIDS throughout the emergency project cycle.
February 2007 ? 978-0-85598-562-2 ? paperback 80pp + CD-ROM ? ?9.95 ? $15.95

Impact Measurement and Accountability in Emergencies The Good Enough Guide
? Practical wisdom for the busy field worker on how to be accountable to local people and how to measure programme impact in an emergency. ? Aimed at humanitarian practitioners, project officers, and managers with some experience in the field, drawing on the work of field staff, NGOs, and interagency initiatives, including Sphere, ALNAP, HAP International, and People In Aid. The ‘good enough’ approach favours simple solutions over elaborate ones and encourages the user to choose tools that are safe, essential, quick, and simple to implement. This practical guide suggests some basic, tried and tested methods for putting impact measurement and accountability into practice from the beginning of a project. The Good Enough Guide was developed by the Emergency Capacity Building Project (ECB). The ECB is a collaborative effort by CARE International, Catholic Relief Services, the International Rescue Committee, Mercy Corps, Oxfam GB, Save the Children, and World Vision International.
February 2007 ? 978-0-85598-594-3 ? paperback 120pp + CD-ROM ? ?6.95 ? $11.20 Free Demo CD-ROM also available (to order, quote stock code 00270437). Special discounts are available for bulk orders from humanitarian, non-profit organisations. Contact Oxfam Publishing for more details.

Cash-Transfer Programming In Emergencies
Edited by Pantaleo Creti and Susanne Jaspars, Advisers, Oxfam GB Public Health Team
? Practical guidelines for the distribution of cash during food crises, as an alternative to food aid. ? The guidelines are primarily intended for NGO personnel: programme managers, food security specialists, public health engineers, finance staff, and logisticians. Policy-makers in donor organisations and international agencies will also find them relevant. In emergencies, distributing cash can often meet people’s immediate needs more quickly and appropriately than the direct distribution of commodities. Cash gives people choices and thereby preserves their dignity. Commodity distribution often poses logistical problems, and – in the case of food aid – it may disrupt local markets. However among humanitarian agencies there are often fears that cash transfers will pose security risks, create inflation, and fail to be used to meet basic needs. In this guide, the first of its kind, Oxfam staff explain how to assess whether cash is the most appropriate response to any particular emergency. Different types of cash intervention are compared – cash grants, vouchers, and cash-for-work –- with checklists to explain how to implement each of them. The book draws on the practical experience of Oxfam and other agencies, including responses to the devastation caused by the Indian Ocean tsunami.
Oxfam Skills and Practice 2006 ? 978-0-85598-563-9 ? paperback ? 112pp ? ?8.50 ? $13.60

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Transitional Settlement: Displaced Populations
Tom Corsellis and Antonella Vitale, shelterproject, University of Cambridge
? A comprehensive set of guidelines to support co-ordinators and specialists in responding to the transitional settlement and shelter needs of displaced populations. The result of extensive consultations with a wide range of specialist organisations, these guidelines take a holistic view of shelter for displaced populations, thinking beyond refugee camps to consider support for all of the settlement and shelter options open to displaced people. They offer co-ordinators and specialists a planning tool which links strategy, programmes, and projects, and technical information to support their implementation. The book will be useful for planners and managers in humanitarian programmes, especially those involved with shelter/protection; for students on courses in planning, architecture, and development studies; and for policy and research workers in NGOs and government.
Published in association with Shelterproject, University of Cambridge 2005 ? 978-0-85598-534-9 ? paperback 304pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75 Special discounts are available for bulk orders from humanitarian, non-profit organisations. Contact Oxfam Publishing for more details.

Cash-Transfer Programming In Emergencies Cards
These cards contain key elements from Cash-Transfer Programming. Different types of cash intervention are compared – cash grants, vouchers, and cash-for-work – with checklists to explain how to implement each of them.
2006 ? 978-0-85598-577-6 ? 16 cards ? ?4.50 ? $7.20 Book and Card Pack 2006 ? 978-0-85598-578-3 ? paperback 112pp + 16 cards ? ?10.95 ? $17.55

Development and Humanitarianism Some Practical Issues
Edited by Deborah Eade and Tony Vaux
? This collection of articles addresses the dilemmas that aid agencies face in interpreting the principles of humanitarianism in contexts where they risk being manipulated by political agendas. The contributors have extensive experience as frontline aid workers, policy-makers, academics and researchers, and professional consultants around the world. Like every book in the series, Development and Humanitarianism draws on the contents of the acclaimed international journal Development in Practice, and includes an annotated resource list of recent publications, relevant journals, organisations, and websites, presenting a cutting-edge guide to thinking and action.
Development in Practice Readers Published by Kumarian press and distributed by Oxfam Publishing July 2007 ? 978-1-56549-239-4 ? paperback 288pp ? ?18.95 ? $26.95 Not available through Stylus in North America

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A Guide to the HAP Standard Humanitarian Accountability and Quality Management
Humanitarian Accountability Partnership
? The HAP Standard is the first certifiable standard to be developed which measures humanitarian accountability and quality management. ? This guide and its accompanying CD will provide managers working in development with everything they need to know about the Standard, the certification process, and implementing the Standard. This official Standard has been developed by the sector, for the sector and enables the creation of a management system to implement relevant practices, codes, humanitarian principles, and internal missions. Practical and accessible, the guide will help ensure that achieving certification is an achievable goal for both large and small agencies.
August 2007 ? 978-0-85598-600-1 ? paperback 140pp + CD-ROM ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

Foreign Territory The Internationalisation of EU Asylum Policy
David McKeever, Jessica Schultz, and Sophia Swithern

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Distributing Seeds and Tools in Emergencies
Douglas Johnson
These in-depth guidelines are for anyone considering a seeds-and-tools programme.
Oxfam Skills and Practice 1998 ? 978-0-85598-383-3 ? paperback 96pp ? ?8.50 ? $13.60

This report presents an agenda for action to ensure that the internationalisation of asylum policy pays full regard to the rights and protection of individuals.
2005 ? 978-0-85598-557-8 ? paperback 144pp ? ?7.95 ? $12.75 Available in French

Territoire Inexploré L’Internationalisation de la Politique de l’Union Européenne sur l’Asile

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Managing Water Supply and Sanitation in Emergencies
John Adams
This book shows a practical, peoplecentred, public health approach to the topic, useful for non-technical managers, technicians and engineers.
Oxfam Skills and Practice 1999 ? 978-0-85598-378-9 ? paperback 176pp ? ?11.95 ? $19.15

2005 ? 978-0-85598-559-2 ? paperback 115pp ? ?7.95 ? $12.75

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Humanitarian Issues
The Sphere Project
The Sphere Project, set up by a broadbased group of humanitarian agencies, has developed a Humanitarian Charter and a set of universal minimum standards in core areas of humanitarian assistance. This range of materials from the Sphere Project will be invaluable to humanitarian agency staff involved in: ? emergency assessment and programme planning ? resource allocation ? monitoring and evaluation ? advocacy and co-ordination ? recruitment, training, and staff support.

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The Sphere Project Film An Introduction to Humanitarian Challenges
? This specially filmed full-colour footage from Sierra Leone and other locations introduces the Sphere principles and practices in a real field situation, with testimonies from experienced practitioners. ? An ideal orientation package for humanitarian and development aid workers.
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The Sphere Project Training Package
Training materials covering four modules: ? Introduction to Sphere ? The Humanitarian Charter ? The Project Cycle ? Sphere in Disaster Preparedness. Modules feature: ? training sessions ? background notes ? exercise ideas ? visual aids. The Trainers’ Guide includes: ? an overview of the material ? workshop-planning tools with checklists, agendas, forms, and templates ? information on training methodologies, participant selection, training tips, and maximising learning. The CD-ROM features: ? Trainers’ Guide and training materials: – as an RTF file: to be customised to suit individual needs – in PDF: easily downloaded for clear printing – in HTML: for easy navigation and search of content by topic. ? 9-minute Sphere video (1999) ? full text of The Sphere Handbook 2004 edition. The fully photocopiable training materials include references to both editions of the Handbook throughout, so that they can be used with either version.
Published by The Sphere Project 2003 ? 978-0-85598-509-7 ? wire-bound 400pp, paperback 92pp, CD-ROM ? ?30.00 ? $45.00 2005 ? 978-0-85598-554-7 ? French language version 2005 ? 978-0-85598-555-4 ? Spanish language version Sold as a set. Items are not available separately. Special discounts are available for bulk orders from humanitarian, non-profit organisations. Contact Oxfam Publishing for more details.

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The Sphere Handbook Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Disaster Response – 2004 edition
Following the enthusiastic response to the first edition of The Sphere Handbook, this revised edition is the result of feedback from current users, worldwide consultation with practitioners, and training workshops. It features revisions by focal groups of representatives from national and international NGOs, the Red Cross and Red Crescent movement, UN agencies, academic institutions, and donor and government ministries. Key changes include: ? addition of a new section on food security (incorporated with nutrition and food aid) ? incorporation of cross-cutting issues of gender, the needs of children, older people, and disabled people, environment, HIV/AIDS, and protection ? updated and refined qualitative and quantitative indicators ? expanded introduction.
Published by The Sphere Project 2004 ? 978-9-29139-097-7 ? paperback 350pp + CD-ROM ? ?11.95 ? $19.00 2004 ? 978-0-85598-511-0 ? French language version 2004 ? 978-0-85598-512-7 ? Spanish language version 2004 ? 978-0-85598-521-9 ? Russian language version Arabic-language version: contact Sphere Project for details Also available Sphere Handbook 2000 Edition ? Portuguese language version 978-0-85598-462-5 ? ?10.95 ? $17.95

2003 ? 978-0-85598-506-6 ? NTSC video ? English 2003 ? 978-0-85598-520-2 ? NTSC video ? Spanish 2003 ? 978-0-85598-507-3 ? PAL video ? English 2003 ? 978-0-85598-517-2 ? PAL video ? French 2003 ? 978-0-85598-519-6 ? PAL video ? Spanish ?9.95 + VAT (?11.70) ? $16.50 2003 ? 978-0-85598-508-0 ? NTSC DVD version in English, French, and Spanish ?9.95 + VAT (?11.70) ? $16.50 2003 ? 978-0-85598-516-5 ? PAL DVD version in English, French, and Spanish ?9.95 + VAT (?11.70) ? $16.50 NB Charges for video/DVD cover the cost of duplication and packaging. All DVDs are multi-zone.

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Humanitarian Issues
Risk-Mapping and Local Capacities Lessons from Mexico and Central America
Monica Trujillo, Amado Ordó?ez, and Carlos Hernández
Those involved in programmes of disaster prevention and emergency reconstruction will benefit from this analysis of natural and man-made risks in Mexico and Central America.
Oxfam Working Papers 2000 ? 978-0-85598-420-5 ? paperback 82pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

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A Mountain to Climb
What needs to be done to prevent further deaths following the Pakistan earthquake and to enable survivors to rebuild their lives and livelihoods

Protection An ALNAP Guide for Humanitarian Agencies
Hugo Slim and Andrew Bonwick

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Action Against Small Arms A Resource and Training Handbook
Jim Coe and Henry Smith
A unique resource which draws together lessons from civil society groups and some progressive governments who have begun to develop successful anti-arms campaigns in many parts of the world, this handbook includes: ? the policy context for action, with a concise and informative survey of existing major national, regional, and international initiatives ? a set of easily adaptable, practical tools and techniques to help with strategic planning and action ? case studies of positive impact achieved by activists around the world ? a comprehensive global directory of organisations currently working on the small arms issue. Primarily designed to be a resource for civil society organisations, but should also be of use to anyone seeking to develop more effective action against the spread and misuse of small arms.
Published by International Alert, Oxfam GB, and Saferworld 2003 ? 978-0-85598-497-7 ? wire-bound 220pp ? ?19.95 ? $31.00

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The Tsunami’s Impact on Women OXFAM HUMANITARIAN GUIDELINES AND MANUALS
? Coagulation and Disinfection Manual ? Community-based Approach to Food Distribution ? Excreta Disposal in Emergencies: A Field Manual ? Food Aid ? Food Security Assessment in Emergencies: A Livelihoods Approach ? Guiding Principles for Response to Food Crises ? Hand Dug Well Manual ? Health Promotion Guidelines: Communicable Diseases ? Humanitarian Accountability ? Humanitarian Coordination ? Integrating and Mainstreaming HIV and AIDS in Emergencies ? Malaria Control Manual ? Nutrition Surveys in Emergencies ? UN Peacebuilding Commission ? Water Distribution Manual: Water Treatment Guidelines ? Water Filtration Manual: Water Treatment Guidelines ? Water Pumping Manual: Water Supply Scheme for Emergencies ? Water Storage Manual: Water Supply Scheme for Emergencies ? Water Treatment Guidelines for Use in Emergencies

? Essential advice and insights for humanitarian practitioners who are involved in providing safety and protecting vulnerable people in war and disaster. This guide offers practical advice on how to think through the various elements of protection-focused programming in four clear steps: assessment; programme design; implementation; monitoring and evaluation. It provides a framework for responsibility and action which helps to clarify conceptual issues and helps humanitarian field workers position themselves vis-à-vis other actors who have overlapping mandates. This guide also outlines key principles of best practice for protection-focused humanitarian work.
Published by ALNAP, c/o the Overseas Development Institute 2006 ? 978-0-85598-572-1 ? paperback 120pp ? ?9.95 ? $16.50 Available in Spanish

Protección
2007 ? 978-8-48452-442-7 ? paperback 128pp ? ?9.95 ? $16.50

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Conflict
The Impact of Guns on Women’s Lives
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This report examines the impact on women of guns in the home, in communities, and during and after conflict. In each of these contexts, it looks at violence committed with guns against women, the role women play in gun use, and the campaigns women are spearheading against gun violence.
Published by Amnesty International, IANSA, and Oxfam International, for the Control Arms campaign 2005 ? 978-0-86210-368-2 ? paperback ? 68pp ? ?7.95 ? $12.75

Beyond the Headlines An Agenda for Action to Protect Civilians in Neglected Conflicts
Amelia Bookstein

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Shows how civilians – especially those in ‘forgotten’ conflicts around the world – are suffering as humanitarian aid follows political priorities rather than the greatest need.
Oxfam International Campaign Report 2003 ? 978-0-85598-526-4 ? paperback 56pp ? ?7.95 ? $12.75 Available in French

Protecting the Future HIV Prevention, Care, and Support Among Displaced and War-Affected Populations
Wendy Smith and the IRC
? This book shows how relief agencies can work with refugees and local people to minimise the further spread of HIV and how they can provide care and support to those affected. ? Invaluable to both humanitarian agency planners and managers, and to health professionals working in the field. Based on the work done by the International Rescue Committee (IRC), Protecting the Future covers all aspects of research, analysis, and evaluation, and of establishing and maintaining a programme for HIV prevention and care. It clearly explains how to integrate HIV prevention, care, and support with the other work of humanitarian and relief agencies, and provides a wide range of resources including checklists, training exercises, participative activities, information gathering strategies and approaches, a substantial list of resources, and further reading.
Published by Kumarian Press in association with the International Rescue Committee 2003 ? 978-1-56549-163-2 ? paperback 200pp ? ?19.95 Not available through Stylus in North America

Shattered Lives The Case for Tough International Arms Control
Debbie Hillyer and Brian Wood

Loin des caméras point de salut

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2003 ? 978-0-85598-605-6 ? paperback ? 56pp ? ?7.95 ? $12.75

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Describes the reality of the international arms trade today and proposes action from community level to international level to control the spread and misuse of weapons.
Published by Amnesty International and Oxfam International 2003 ? 978-0-85598-522-6 ? paperback 100pp ? ?7.95 ? $12.75 Available in French

Supporting Communities Affected by Violence A Casebook from South Africa
Craig Higson-Smith
The KwaZulu-Natal Programme for Survivors of Violence supports communities affected by conflict and provides a theoretical framework to guide NGO interventions.
Oxfam Development Casebook 2002 ? 978-0-85598-477-9 ? paperback 160pp ? illustrated ? ?8.95 ? $14.35

Vies Brisées Plaidoyer pour un contr?le renforcé des ventes d’armes à l’échelon international
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2003 ? 978-0-85598-606-3 ? paperback ? 100pp ? ?7.95 ? $12.75

Vidas Destrozadas La necesidad de un control estricto del comercio internacional de armas

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Guns or Growth? Assessing the Impact of Arms Sales on Sustainable Development
Jane Chanaa

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Listening to the Displaced Action Research in the Conflict Zones of Sri Lanka
Kerry Demusz
Relief agencies should draw lessons from this assessment of Oxfam’s programme to help families displaced by conflict between the Sri Lankan government and Tamil Tigers.
Oxfam Working Papers 2000 ? 978-0-85598-437-3 ? paperback 64pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

Argues that arms importers and exporters must ensure that arms transfers do not undermine sustainable development by draining social and economic resources from developing countries. A report published by Amnesty International, IANSA, and Oxfam International, for the Control Arms campaign.
Published in association with Project Ploughshares and Saferworld 2004 ? 978-0-85598-538-7 ? paperback 96pp ? 7.95 ? $12.75

Building Sustainable Peace Conflict, Conciliation, and Civil Society in Northern Ghana
Ada van der Linde and Rachel Naylor
This report shows how NGOs working together can promote lasting peace; in this case, after conflict in northern Ghana in the mid-1990s.
Oxfam Working Papers 1999 ? 978-0-85598-423-6 ? paperback 80 pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

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Conflict
The Somali Conflict Prospects for Peace
Mark Bradbury
This book presents practical suggestions from peace processes in Somalia and Somaliland, for NGOs concerned with these or comparable conflicts.
Oxfam Working Papers 1994 ? 978-0-85598-271-3 ? paperback 150pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

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Development in States of War
Edited by Deborah Eade, with an introduction by Stephen Commins
Humanitarian relief addresses war and armed conflict, but so too should development programmes, as these essays help aid agencies to understand.
Development in Practice Readers 1996 ? 978-0-85598-344-4 ? paperback 112pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75
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Landmines: Legacy of Conflict A Manual for Development Workers
Rae McGrath
Development and emergency staff, policymakers and planners are shown methods of mine deployment; the vulnerability of particularly vulnerable groups; and local and international recommendations to end the problem of landmines.
Co-published with the Mines Advisory Group 1994 ? 978-0-85598-264-5 ? paperback 96pp ? ?9.95 ? $15.95

Post-War Reconstruction in Central America Lessons from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Nicaragua
Patricia Ardón (translated and adapted by Deborah Eade)
NGOs working in conflict areas can learn from this study which examines how longterm violence in central America was brought to an end through formal and social processes.
Oxfam Working Papers 1999 ? 978-0-85598-405-2 ? paperback 76pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

Desarrollo en Estados de Guerra
Published in association with the Centro de Investigación para la Paz, Spain, and Intermón, Spain 1998 ? 978-8-49224-343-3 ? paperback 112pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

After The Guns Fall Silent The Enduring Legacy of Landmines
Shawn Roberts and Jody Williams
This book is a call to all governments that deal in or use landmines: these weapons, which litter one-third of developing countries, are claiming thousands of innocent civilian lives every year.
Published by the Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation 1995 ? 978-0-85598- 337-6 ? paperback 538pp ? ?17.95 ? $30.00

Rebuilding Communities in a Refugee Settlement A Casebook from Uganda
Lina Payne
For agencies working with refugees, this book is a critical account of Oxfam’s 1993 programme supporting refugees fleeing fighting in south Sudan.
Oxfam Development Casebooks 1998 ? 978-0-85598-394-9 ? paperback 200pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.35

War and Famine in Africa
Mark Duffield
Anyone interested in how conflict affects civilians will benefit from this report, which claims that Africa needs not aid but a reforming relationship between governments, donors, and NGOs.
Oxfam Working Papers 1991 ? 978-0-85598-161-7 ? paperback 36pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

A Safer Future Reducing the Human Cost of War
Ed Cairns
This text draws on Oxfam’s experience of working in armed conflicts, and suggests urgent action for governments to take to help mitigate war and protect civilians.
Oxfam Insight 1997 ? 978-0-85598-386-4 ? paperback 128pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.35

SEE ALSO Disabled Children in a Society at War p15 The Atlas of War and Peace p31 Gender section p12

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Arms without Borders Why a Globalised Trade needs Global Controls Protecting Civilians A Cornerstone of Middle East Peace Towards an Arms Trade Treaty Next Steps for a UN Programme of Action Towards Ending Violence Against Women in South Asia

Conflict and Development Organisational Adaptation in Conflict Situations
Mark Adams and Mark Bradbury
This paper examines the causes and consequences of armed conflict in Africa and eastern Europe: for development practitioners, policy analysts, and aid agencies.
Oxfam Working Papers Published in association with ACORD, Responding to Conflict, and the University of Birmingham 1995 ? 978-0-85598-320-8 ? paperback 76pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

Development in Conflict The Gender Dimension
Judy El Bushra and Eugenia Piza-Lopez
Of interest to practitioners and policymakers, this report examines practical and theoretical issues to consider when mainstreaming gender into conflict-related work.
Oxfam Working Papers 1994 ? 978-0-85598-294-2 ? paperback 100pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

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NGO Management and Capacity Building

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Building Capacity through Financial Management A Practical Guide
John Cammack, Financial Management for Development
? Practical tools to help build the financial capacity of non-profit organisations. ? Ideal for managers and staff of non-profit organisations and for those assessing another organisation’s financial capacity. Building financial capacity is a key way of increasing the capability of an organisation, resulting in more effective programme activities. Using case studies to demonstrate good practice, this guide offers non-profit and community-based organisations practical advice on how to build their own or a partner’s financial capacity. The tools and techniques detailed enable financial management skills to be used to improve organisational and programme management, and to strengthen governance. This accessible guide is useful to programme staff, administrators, finance staff, managers, and group leaders, and also for use on training courses.
Skills and Practice Series July 2007 ? 978-0-85598-576-9 ? paperback 120pp ? ?8.50 ? $13.60

Producer Organisations A Practical Guide to Developing Collective Rural Enterprises
Chris Penrose-Buckley
Using case studies from around the world, this book describes different types of producer organisation, and identifies learning points and key factors affecting their success. See p35 for more information.

Paper 2 Reality Experiences and Lessons of Developing and Implementing an HIV/AIDS Workplace Policy
Dolar Vasani
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Effective Consultancies in Development and Humanitarian Programmes
Frances Rubin and John Rowley, freelance consultants
? A practical guide showing how NGOs, consultants, and other stakeholders can work together to achieve the best results from consultancies. ? This book focuses on both sides of the consulting relationship and is useful for those commissioning consultants, or for those taking on work as an internal or external consultant. Using easy-to-use flow diagrams and checklists, this book guides the reader through the steps of a typical consultancy, paying close attention to the practical, ethical, financial, and legal aspects of the process. Using examples, it emphasises the importance of putting a consultancy into a clear context, highlights common pitfalls and suggestions of how to avoid them, and describes the importance of managing successful working relationships with everyone involved.
Oxfam Skills and Practice series 2006 ? 978-0-85598-500-4 ? paperback 112pp ? ?8.50 ? $13.60
Free wallchart also available (to order quote stock code 00270405).

Impact Measurement and Accountability in Emergencies The Good Enough Guide
This practical guide outlines the basic principles of impact measurement and accountability in relation to humanitarian response and suggests some tried and tested, easy-to-implement tools for putting these principles into practice.
Developed by the Emergency Capacity Building Project

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NGO Issues and Debates
NGO Management and Capacity Building

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Pick-up-and-Go Training Packs
Series edited by Andrew Baker, former Oxfam GB Learning and Development Manager
? A structured learning system for geographically dispersed NGO staff which enables basic training to be delivered where and when learners most need it. ? The materials are designed for use by facilitators who have presentation and management skills, but not necessarily any specialist expertise. Each pack consists of a printed manual and CD, containing a short introduction to the approach and objectives of the course, together with detailed notes for facilitators, PowerPoint slides, and handouts for photocopying. The CD contains the entire English-language text, plus translations into French, Spanish, and Portuguese.

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AIDS on the Agenda Adapting Development and Humanitarian Programmes to Meet the Challenge of HIV and AIDS
Sue Holden
How can NGOs change their current policy and practice to work effectively in a world which has been changed forever by the pandemic of AIDS? This book offers policymakers, managers, and programme staff a genuinely innovative response to the challenge of HIV and AIDS.
Published by Oxfam GB, in association with ActionAid and Save The Children

Capacity-Building An Approach to People-Centred Development
Deborah Eade
‘Should anyone ask me for an accessible, practical, and yet comprehensive introduction to the topic of capacity-building, I will immediately and unreservedly recommend this book.’
Paddy Reilly, Director, Development Studies Centre, Dublin, Ireland

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? Considers specific and practical ways in which NGOs can contribute to enabling people to build on the capacities they already possess. This book reviews the types of social organisation with which NGOs might consider working, and the provision of training in a variety of relevant skills and activities. It also emphasises the particular importance of using a capacity-building approach in emergency situations, and of the dynamic and long-term nature of the process.
Oxfam Development Guidelines 1997 ? 978-0-855983-66-6 ? paperback 226pp ? ?12.50 ? $20.00

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Managing Yourself and Others A Pick-up-and-Go Training Pack
Modules cover: ? Recruitment and Selection ? Coaching and Feedback ? Time Management.
2006 ? 978-0-85598-567-7 ? wire-bound 200pp + CD ? ?19.95 ? $31.00

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Mainstreaming HIV/AIDS in Development and Humanitarian Programmes
Sue Holden Honorary Research Associate, Lancaster University, England
Explains the concept of ‘mainstreaming’ HIV and AIDS in simple language, with practical guidelines for applying the approach in a wide range of sectors.
Oxfam Skills and Practice 2004 ? 978-0-85598-530-1 ? paperback 144pp ? ?8.50 ? $13.60

Gender Equality and Sexual Exploitation A Pick-up-and-Go Training Pack
Modules cover: ? Introduction to Gender Equality ? Mainstreaming Gender Equality in NGO Programmes ? Dealing with Sexual Exploitation and Abuse.
2006 ? 978-0-85598-568-4 ? wire-bound 200pp + CD ? ?19.95 ? $31.00

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SEE ALSO HIV and AIDS Issues section pp16–17

SEE ALSO Gender Training section p9

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NGO Issues and Debates
NGO Management and Capacity Building

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Impact Assessment for Development Agencies Learning to Value Change
Chris Roche
‘This book represents a significant contribution to the ongoing debate on how to assess the impact of development work. It will be of great value to practitioners all over the world who are grappling with the hard question of whether development work really makes a difference.’
Ros David, Head of Impact Assessment, ActionAid

Information Management for Development Organisations Second Edition
Mike Powell
‘This book will be useful to anybody who works in a development organisation – not just professional communicators. It is equally of benefit to trainers and programme workers, as well as support staff. One of [the author’s] great strengths is to question concepts, approaches, and philosophies and equally importantly to then test the theories and the lip service against practice.’
Lilian Chatterjee, Director of Communications, International Institute for Environment and Development

The Oxfam Handbook of Development and Relief
Deborah Eade and Suzanne Williams with contributions from Oxfam staff and others
‘A valuable reference tool for development practitioners and planners, for policy-makers and social analysts, and for teachers and students of development.’
Red Cross, Red Crescent Magazine

? An invaluable work of reference, this handbook analyses thinking, policy, and practice in a variety of fields. ? Features an annotated resource directory, providing detailed information on more than 500 non-government organisations and official aid agencies concerned with development and relief.
1995 ? 978-0-85598-274-4 ? paperback (3 volumes, slip-cased) 1,200pp with tables ? ?32.50 ? $52.00

? Shows how and why impact assessment should be integrated into all stages of development programmes – from planning to evaluation. This book discusses a number of tools and methods, and considers the attempts of various organisations to institutionalise impact-assessment processes. It also provides in-depth case studies, presenting a variety of approaches to impact assessment – qualitative, quantitative, and participatory – in a range of situations.
Co-published with Novib Oxfam Development Guidelines 1999 ? 978-0-85598-418-2 ? paperback 308pp ? ?12.50 ? $20.00

? Features discussions of knowledge management, institutional learning, evidence-based work, capacity building, ICT research, evaluation, and impact assessment. ? Includes case studies from a range of NGOs, including the Arid Lands Information Network, International Institute for Environment and Development, Oxfam, Save the Children, and SOS Sahel.
Oxfam Development Guidelines 2003 ? 978-0-85598-483-0 ? paperback 192pp ? ?12.50 ? $20.00

Developing and Managing Community Water Supplies
Jan Davis and Gerry Garvey with Michael Wood
Based on direct field experience and using short case studies, this book discusses the stages in the development of local water supplies, from the initiation of a programme through to the community management of a supply system.
Oxfam Development Guidelines 1993 ? 978-0-85598-193-8 ? paperback 184pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

SEE ALSO Impact Measurement and Accountability in Emergencies p18

Video for Development A Casebook from Vietnam
Su Braden with Than Thi Thien Huong
Shows how community-made video can be used locally for the purposes of conflict resolution and advocacy, and internationally for fund-raising and staff training.
Oxfam Development Casebooks 1998 ? 978-0-85598-370-3 ? paperback 112pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.35

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NGO Issues and Debates
NGO Management and Capacity Building
Perspectives on Pastoral Development A Casebook from Kenya
Isobel Birch and Halima A O Shuria
Explains how marginalised groups developed their own pastoral associations to represent their interests, and gives an objective account of Oxfam’s role in facilitating that process.
Oxfam Development Casebooks 2001 ? 978-0-85598-467-0 ? paperback 160pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.35

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Debates in Development

Social Survey Methods A Guide for Development Workers
Paul Nichols
This readable guide to selecting and implementing appropriate, affordable research methods is ideal for planners and managers in development and relief agencies without formal training in statistics.
Oxfam Development Guidelines 1991 ? 978-0-85598-126-6 ? paperback 132pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

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Development and Management Experiences in Value-Based Conflict
Co-edited by Deborah Eade, Tom Hewitt, and Hazel Johnson, with an introduction by Tina Wallace
This collection of papers draws on the Open University’s path-breaking work in the field of development management, and includes indepth accounts by academics and ‘development managers’ from Brazil, Egypt, Tanzania, Poland, Bangladesh, and the UK.
Published in association with the Open University Development in Practice Readers 2000 ? 978-0-85598-429-8 ? paperback 328pp ? ?15.95 ? $25.55

Meeting Real Needs A major change for donors to the Democratic Republic of the Congo 2006 Have You Been PA’d? Using Participatory Appraisal to Shape Local Services Development Resources Review

Building National Campaigns Activists, Alliances, and How Change Happens
David Dalton
? Describes Oxfam International’s experience in supporting and learning from existing national campaigns on women’s labour rights. ? Learning points and examples of good practice will be helpful and inspiring for anyone campaigning on issues of social justice. Women’s organisations and trade unions have developed many strategies to try to improve respect for women and the conditions of women workers. These include worker education and awareness-raising, protests against abuses, research, international solidarity, and worker organisation. High-profile campaigning has become an important strategy for effecting change. Yet, in many contexts, it is unclear to organisations how to build their capacity for campaigning. Using experiences from America, Colombia, Morocco, Nicaragua, and Sri Lanka, the authors describe and analyse what happened and how it happened in each of five country campaigns. All faced enormous obstacles and were able to overcome them through innovation, new ways of working in alliance, and patient persistence towards an end goal. This book offers a menu of strategies and activities, from which the reader can pick what seems appropriate and useful.
September 2007 ? 978-0-85598-574-5 ? paperback 120pp ? ?10.95 ? $17.95

SEE ALSO Gender Section pp8–15

A Basic Guide to Evaluation for Development Workers
Frances Rubin
Focusing on the principles underlying evaluation and dealing with the key issues at planning and implementation stage, this book helps NGOs and community groups to plan for and carry out evaluations as an integral part of development activities, highlighting the importance of involving local people.
Oxfam Skills and Practice 1995 ? 978-0-85598-275-1 ? paperback 96pp ? ?7.50 ? $12.00

Choosing Research Methods Data Collection for Development Workers
Brian Pratt and Peter Loizos
Drawing on experience of Oxfam and other development agencies, this practical guide demystifies research and explains how it can be effectively incorporated into the development project cycle, even in smallscale, low-cost development programmes.
Oxfam Development Guidelines 1992 ? 978-0-85598-177-8 ? paperback 128pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

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NGO Issues and Debates
Debates in Development
Development and Advocacy
Edited by Deborah Eade, with an introduction by Maria Teresa Diokno-Pascual
All NGOs working on advocacy should pay attention to challenges of legitimacy, which are unwrapped in this collection of essays by people with direct experience of the issues.

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Development in Practice Readers 2002 ? 978-0-85598-463-2 ? paperback 216pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

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Rights-Based Approaches
? Case studies that provide compelling conclusions about the differences between rights-based and more ‘traditional’ projects, and their relative impacts. ? For field-based staff, partners, and other development practitioners working on the design and implementation of rightsbased projects. The failure to respect, protect, or fulfil human rights is a fundamental and leading obstacle to economic development and social justice. The term ‘rights-based approaches’ (RBAs) has become so familiar that we tend to assume that it is well understood and that it is a foregone conclusion that rights-based approaches offer more potential for sustainable impact. Practically speaking, however, we are still struggling to understand what this major organisational shift means. This report presents the findings of a collaborative learning project between CARE USA and Oxfam America, who compared RBA projects with non-RBA projects and identified ‘best practices’ and lessons that could be used to improve the application of rights-based approaches in programming. In doing this they confirmed that rights-based approaches strengthen development work.
Published by Oxfam America in collaboration with CARE USA; distributed by Oxfam Publishing September 2007 ? 978-0-85598-607-0 ? paperback 134pp ? ?12.95 ? $23.95

Advocacy for Social Justice A Global Action and Reflection Guide
David Cohen, Rosa de la Vega, and Gabrielle Watson
? A comprehensive guide for advocates for social and economic justice worldwide, it analyses the elements of advocacy and offers a toolkit for taking action, comprehensive case studies, and hundreds of resource listing ? Intended for practitioners, trainers, teachers, and students. The guide includes a model for strategy development and skill-building, over 200 pages of training resources – including much photocopiable material, for practical use in advocacy training – and a detailed contact list and directory.
Published by Kumarian, in association with the Advocacy Learning Institute and Oxfam America 2001 ? 978-1-56549-131-1 ? spiral bound 400pp ? ?32.50 Not available from Stylus Publishing in North America or Renouf in Canada

Beyond Civil Rights Developing Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights in the United Kingdom
Sandy Ruxton and Razia Karim
The authors examine the international and European frameworks for promoting and protecting social and cultural rights, and recommend methods which NGOs might employ to promote them.
Oxfam Working Papers 2001 ? 978-0-85598-474-8 ? paperback 72pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

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The Tsunami Two Years On: Land Rights in Aceh Offside! Labour rights and sportswear production in Asia National Strategy for the Neighbourhood Renewal: A framework for consultation
SEE ALSO Development and Social Action p30 Disability, Equality, and Human Rights p14 Development and Rights p30 Gender, Development, and Advocacy p13 Gender Rights section p13

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NGO Issues and Debates
Debates in Development
Development NGOs and Labor Unions Terms of Engagement
Edited by Deborah Eade and Alan Leather
The essays collected in this volume elucidate some of the underlying tensions between trade unions and NGOs and illustrate the scope for constructive and respectful dialogue – and potential partnership – between them.
Published by Kumarian press and distributed by Oxfam Publishing 2006 ? 978-1-56549-196-0 ? paperback 400pp ? ?16.95 Not available through Stylus Publishing in North America

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Development Methods and Approaches Critical Reflections
Edited by Deborah Eade, with an introduction by Jo Rowland
This volume explores different approaches to development and argues that tools and methods will contribute to a values-based approach only if those using them have a serious commitment to a social agenda that is genuinely transformative. This book brings together articles from multilateral agencies, international NGOs, local development organisations, and academic institutions.
Development in Practice Readers 2003 ? 978-0-85598-494-6 ? paperback 224pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

Development, NGOs, and Civil Society
Edited by Deborah Eade, with an introduction by Jenny Pearce
As public spending has declined, NGOs have secured a measure of financial security by taking on service delivery. At the same time, they are a convenient channel through which official agencies can promote political pluralism. But can NGOs both facilitate governments’ withdrawal from providing basic services for all and also claim to represent and speak for the poor and the disenfranchised? Jenny Pearce introduces papers that describe some of the tensions inherent in the roles being played by NGOs.
Development in Practice Readers 2000 ? 978-0-85598-442-7 ? paperback 208pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75
Available in Spanish

SEE ALSO Exploring the Links Between International Business and Poverty Reduction p33

Development and the Learning Organisation
Edited by Jethro Petti, Laura Roper, and Deborah Eade
Contributions from development scholars and practitioners from a range of institutional backgrounds around the world make this a unique resource which explores new models and case studies of knowledge generation and organisational learning.
Development in Practice Readers 2003 ? 978-0-85598-470-0 ? paperback 224pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

Desarrollo, ONG, y Sociedad Civil
Published by Intermón Oxfam, Spain 2002 ? 978-8-48452-110-5 ? paperback 228pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

Development and Cities
Edited by David Westendorff and Deborah Eade
Focuses on the political, social, and economic viability of new or alternative approaches to urban management in the South that aim to increase access to adequate levels of basic services and healthy living and working conditions for all.

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Debating Development NGOs and the Future
Edited by Deborah Eade, with an introduction by Ernst Ligteringen
Leading representatives of NGOs, development think-tanks, and civil society organisations, as well as scholars and activists, ask: What kind of development will eradicate poverty, and what types of agency are best suited to the task? What model of international co-operation can deliver social and economic justice? What does this mean for NGOs in the future?
Co-published with Oxfam International Development in Practice Readers 2001 ? 978-0-85598-444-1 ? paperback 422pp ? ?15.95 ? $25.55

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Published in association with UNRISD, and with N-AERUS, IRECEPFL, and the European Science Foundation Development in Practice Readers 2002 ? 978-0-85598-465-6 ? paperback 384pp ? ?15.95 ? $25.55

Development and the Private Sector Consuming Interests
Edited by Deborah Eade and John Sayer
This book examines the impact of the private sector on development, whether through core business practices, corporate responsibility endeavours, or philanthropic activities.
Development in Practice Readers Published by Kumarian press and distributed by Oxfam Publishing 2006 ? 978-1-56549-218-9 ? paperback 296pp ? ?16.95 Not available through Stylus Publishing in North America

Development and Culture
Edited by Deborah Eade and introduced by Thierry Verhelst with Wendy Tyndale
This anthology shows the need not merely to view culture as an important dimension of development, but to see development itself as a cultural expression, and culture as the basis upon which societies can develop through self-renewal and growth.
Published in association with World Faiths Development Dialogue Development in Practice Readers 2002 ? 978-0-85598-472-4 ? paperback 208pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

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NGO Issues and Debates
Debates in Development
Development and Patronage
Edited by Deborah Eade, with an introduction by Melakou Tegegn
Through a selection of articles by contributors from North and South, these articles examine whether aid can become a means by which unequal relationships of power are maintained and patronage is fostered.
Development in Practice Readers 1997 ? 978-0-85598-376-5 ? paperback 112pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75
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Development and Rights
Edited by Deborah Eade, with an introduction by Firoze Manji
Papers in this collection consider the rights to food, adequate housing, safe employment, protection from sexual assault, and popular involvement in political processess which shape the lives of the poorest communities.
Development in Practice Readers 1998 ? 978-0-85598-406-9 ? paperback 190pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75
Available in Spanish

Development and Social Action
Edited by Deborah Eade, with an introduction by Miloon Kothari
Contributors to this book draw on experiences of social action from as far afield as Belgium and Brazil
Development in Practice Readers 1999 ? 978-0-85598-415-1? paperback 196pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

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Desarrollo y Poder
Published in association with the Centro de Investigación para la Paz, Spain, and Intermón, Spain 1997 ? 978-8-48452-047-4 ? paperback 112pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

Desarrollo y Derechos Humanos
Published in association with the Centro de Investigación para la Paz, Spain, and Intermón, Spain 1998 ? 978-8-48997-084-7 ? paperback 190pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

Beyond Philanthropy The pharmaceutical industry, corporate social responsibility, and the developing world

Development in Practice Journal
? A peer-reviewed journal of cutting-edge thinking on international development and humanitarianism. ? A worldwide forum for the exchange of ideas among practitioners, academics, and policy shapers, including activists and NGOs. The journal challenges current assumptions, stimulates new thinking, and shapes future ways of working. Regular contents include: ? articles ? book reviews ? comment ? conference reports ? editorial ? interviews ? literature reviews ? practical notes ? research round-up ? resource updates ? review essays ? viewpoint. Each volume also includes a special topic issue, which is co-edited with a leading expert on the chosen theme. Recent and forthcoming topics include: ? Contemporary Humanitarianism – Tony Vaux, Humanitarian Initiatives ? Development Buzzwords – Andrea Cornwall, Institute of Development Studies ? Latin America: Racism, Violence, and Territoriality – David Howard, University of Edinburgh ? Participatory Research and Gender Analysis – Nina Lilja, CGIAR and John Dixon, CIMMYT.
Volume 17 ? 2007 ? 6 issues including access to all online contents Print: ISSN 0961-4524 ? Online: ISSN 1364-9213 Low- and Middle-Income Countries: ?64 ? $111 Personal: ?85 ? $140 Institutional: ?338 ? $558 Institutional (online only): ?321 ? $530 To subscribe, contact Taylor and Francis Tel: +44 (0)20 7017 5544 ? Fax: +44 (0)20 7017 5598 Email: journal.orders@tandf.co.uk

Book series Each topic-based book in the Development in Practice Reader series draws on the contents of the journal and is enhanced by a guide to essential resources. Recent titles include Development Methods and Approaches: Critical Reflections and Development and the Private Sector: Consuming Interests. Published by Kumarian Press, these are also available through Oxfam Publishing.

Development in Practice Journal
Editor-in-Chief: Deborah Eade
‘Unique insights from the interface of development, research, and practice, that keep us abreast of the debates and challenges of promoting development and humanitarian interventions that place people at the centre.’
Professor Anthony Zwi, University of New South Wales, Australia

www.developmentinpractice.org
The journal’s multilingual website is a ‘one-stop shop’ offering a wide range of free resources including: ? summaries of all published articles in English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish ? links to services offering free content access to readers in the South ? book reviews and digests of recently published books ? contents from the book series ? practical information for authors and subscribers.

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The State of the World Atlas Seventh Edition
Edited by Dan Smith with Ane Br?in
This indispensable visual survey is now in its seventh edition and features 50 full-colour double-page map spreads on everything from control of space to sexual freedom, from biodiversity to sport, from tourism to malnutrition.

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The Oxfam Poverty Report
Kevin Watkins, with contributions from Oxfam staff
Drawing on Oxfam’s experience working in over 70 countries, this report examines the causes of poverty and conflict and identifies the structural forces which deny people their basic rights, through case studies from Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
1995 ? 978-0-85598-318-5 ? paperback 240pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

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Published by Earthscan and distributed by Oxfam Publishing 2003 ? 978-1-84407-029-9 ? paperback 144pp ? ?12.99 Not available through Stylus Publishing in North America

World Guide 11th Edition: Global Reference Country by Country
Key features of this new edition include: ? Up-to-date information on all countries of the world, including East Timor, Palestine, Somaliland, West Papua, and Western Sahara. ? Clear, easy-to-use two-colour layout. ? In Focus box giving at-a-glance information on each country’s human rights, indigenous peoples, health, education, and HIV and AIDS prevalence. ? 25 new reports on topical global issues, such as the arms trade, HIV and AIDS, forced labour, climate change, and human rights. ? The World in Figures – a comprehensive section of data and statistics on child health, literacy, maternal mortality, land use, public expenditure, and other issues.
Published by New Internationalist 2007 ? 978-1-90445-656-8 ? paperback ? 624pp ? ?24.99 2007 ? 978-1-90445-658-2 ? CD-ROM ? ?24.99

The Atlas of Women in the World Third Edition
Joni Seager
Using maps, text, and other graphics in this new revision of her eye-opening book, Joni Seager employs up-to-the minute research and data to show what shifts have occurred in the ten years since the first edition was published – the strides made by women and the distances still to be travelled.
Published by Earthscan and distributed by Oxfam Publishing 2005 ? 978-1-84407-200-2 ? paperback 128pp ? ?12.99 Not available from Stylus Publishing in North America

A Cause For Our Times Oxfam – The First Fifty Years
Maggie Black
Describes how a small, local, wartime charity evolved into Britain’s largest overseas agency, in a period of rapid social and international change.
Published by Oxford University Press in association with Oxfam 1992 ? 978-0-85598-173-0 ? paperback 336pp ? ?11.95 ? $18.50

The Peters World Atlas The Earth in its True Proportion
One world, one scale – the first atlas to show each country at its true size in relation to the rest of the world. All maps are Peters projection, preserving area accuracy for every part of the globe.
Published by New Internationalist Publications and distributed by Oxfam Publishing 2002 ? 978-0-95404-995-9 ? hardback 238pp ? ?19.99 Not available through Stylus Publishing in North America

The Atlas of Food Who Eats What, Where, and Why
Erik Millstone and Tim Lang
Vividly presented through the creative use of maps and graphics, this atlas provides clear, authoritative, and comprehensive accounts of the food chain – from plough to plate.
Published by Earthscan and distributed by Oxfam Publishing 2003 ? 978-1-85383-965-8 ? paperback 128pp ? ?11.99 Not available from Stylus Publishing in North America

Peters Projection World Map
1993 ? 978-0-85598-256-0 ? 594mm x 830mm folded map ? ?4.95 1993 ? 978-0-85598-265-2 ? 594mm x 830mm laminated map ? ?9.95 Not available through Stylus Publishing in North America

The Atlas of War and Peace
Dan Smith
Gives shape and meaning to statistics about the world’s war zones and armed forces, making it an indispensable resource for understanding the world we live in.
Published by Earthscan and distributed by Oxfam Publishing 2003 ? 978-1-84407-000-8 ? paperback 128pp ? ?11.99 Not available from Stylus Publishing in North America

South Asia Map
1998 ? 978-0-85598-388-8? A1-size folded map ? ?5.95 1998 ? 978-0-85598-389-5 ? A1-size laminated map ? ?8.95 Not available through Stylus Publishing in North America

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The Atlas of Climate Change Mapping the World’s Greatest Challenge
Kirstin Dow and Thomas E Downing
Rigorous in its science and insightful in its message, this Atlas covers a wide range of issues related to climate change, including warning signs, future scenarios, vulnerable populations, health impacts, renewable energy, and emissions reduction.
Published by Earthscan and distributed by Oxfam Publishing 2006 ? 978-1-84407-376-4 ? paperback 112pp ? ?13.99 Not available through Stylus Publishing in North America

Measuring Poverty in Nigeria Obstacles to Human Development
Sofo C A Ali-Akpajiak, Toni Pyke, and Othman Mahmoud

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Surveys aspects of poverty in Nigeria from social, political, economic, environmental, and technological perspectives; will be useful to development organisations and other representatives of civil society who are engaged in promoting good governance.
2003 ? 978-0-85598-502-8 ? paperback 112pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

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Climate Change
Up in Smoke? view Threats from and responses online to the impact of global warming on human development
Andrew Sims
A compelling report from some of the world’s leading environmental and development organisations expresses concerns about how global warming affects people’s lives, particularly those of people living in developing countries, and how it could threaten attainment of the Millennium Development Goals.
Published by nef and distributed by Oxfam Publishing 2004 ? 978-1-89940-792-7 ? paperback 36pp ? ?7.95 ? $12.75

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Africa – Up in Smoke 2
An Update Report on Africa and Global Warming from the Working Group on Climate Change and Development
Andrew Simms and John Magrath
Updates the issues first explored in Africa – Up in Smoke? and shows that the impact climate change is already having on Africa and its people is set to get much worse unless urgent action is taken. Based on the latest available scientific research and evidence from those living on the front line of global warming.
Published by nef and distributed by Oxfam Publishing 2006 ? 978-1-90488-217-6 ? paperback 20pp ? ?5.00 ? $7.50

Up in Smoke? Latin America and the Caribbean
The threat from climate change to the environment and human development
Andrew Simms and Hannah Reid
The third Up in Smoke? report catalogues the impact of climate change and environmental degradation, using case studies ranging from drought in the Amazon to floods in Haiti; vanishing glaciers in Colombia to extreme cold in the Andes; and hurricanes in Central America, the Caribbean, and southern Brazil.
Published by nef and distributed by Oxfam Publishing 2006 ? 978-1-90488-212-1 ? paperback 48pp ? ?7.95 ? $12.75

Africa – Up in Smoke? The second report from the Working Group on Climate Change and Development
Andrew Simms

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Africa – Up in Smoke Combined Pack 2006
2006 ? 978-0-85598-595-0 ? paperback 40pp + 20pp ? ?9.95 $15.95

Following on from the Up in Smoke? report, this booklet uses pictures, graphics, and case studies to detail the impact that climate change is already having on Africa and the threat this poses to human development.
Published by nef and distributed by Oxfam Publishing 2005 ? 978-1-89940-792-7 ? paperback 40pp ? ?7.95 ? $12.75

Oxfam Country Profiles ? the background ? the issues ? the people
? Concise introductions to the history, society, culture, politics, economy, and environment of 18 countries ? The guides also focus on ordinary people and the impact these issues have on their lives ? Packed full of factual information, maps, and photographs.

El Salvador Peace on Trial
Kevin Murray
1997 ? 978-0-85598-361-1 ? paperback 64pp ? ?7.95 ? $9.95

Pakistan Second edition
Khawar Mumtaz and Yameema Mitha with Bilquis Tahira
2003 ? 978-0-85598-496-0 ? paperback 72pp ? ?7.95 ? $9.95

Ethiopia Second edition
Ben Parker with Abraham Woldegiorgis
2003 ? 978-0-85598-484-7 ? paperback 72pp ? ?7.95 ? $9.95

Peru
John Crabtree
2002 ? 978-0-85598-482-3 ? paperback 96pp ? ?7.95 ? $9.95

Ghana Afghanistan Second edition
Chris Johnson
2004 ? 978-0-85598-503-5 ? paperback 96pp ? ?7.95 ? $9.95

Rachel Naylor
2000 ? 978-0-85598-431-1 ? paperback 88pp ? ?7.95 ? $9.95

The Philippines In Search of Justice
Charlie Pye-Smith
1997 ? 978-0-85598-367-3 ? paperback 64pp ? ?7.95 ? $9.95

India Third edition Albania
Neil Olsen
2000 ? 978-0-85598-432-8 ? paperback 88pp ? ?7.95 ? $9.95

Pamela Bhagat
2004 ? 978-0-85598-495-3 ? paperback 96pp ? ?7.95 ? $9.95

Senegal A State of Change
Robin Sharp
1994 ? 978-0-85598-283-6 ? paperback 64pp ? ?7.95 ? $9.95

Indonesia Bolivia
Marcela López Levy
2001 ? 978-0-85598-455-7 ? paperback 88pp ? ?7.95 ? $9.95

Nicola Frost
2002 ? 978-0-85598-481-6 ? paperback 88pp ? ?7.95 ? $9.95

Sudan A Nation in the Balance
Chris Peters
1996 ? 978-0-85598-316-1 ? paperback 64pp ? ?7.95 ? $9.95

Kenya Promised Land? Brazil
Jan Rocha
2000 ? 978-0-85598-433-5 ? paperback 96pp ? ?7.95 ? $9.95

Geoff Sayer
1998 ? 978-0-85598-382-6 ? paperback 72pp ? ?7.95 ? $9.95 A locally published edition of this book is available in East Africa from Academy Science Publishers, PO Box 14798, Nairobi, Kenya

Uganda
Ian Leggett
Co-published with Fountain Press 2001 ? 978-0-85598-454-0 ? paperback 96pp ? ?7.95 ? $9.95

Cambodia
Ian Brown
2000 ? 978-0-85598-430-4 ? paperback 88pp ? ?7.95 ? $9.95

Mali A Prospect of Peace?
Rhéal Drisdelle
1997 ? 978-0-85598-334-5? paperback 64pp illustrated ? ?7.95 ? $9.95

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Trade and Livelihoods
Trade and Public Policy
Regulating International Business Beyond Liberalization
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This timely volume combines academic analysis with grass roots and practical experience, to suggest concrete policy proposals that point the way towards a new positive regulatory framework for international investment.
Published by Palgrave Macmillan in association with Oxfam GB 1999 ? 978-0-33377-678-0 ? paperback 276pp ? ?16.99 ? $29.95 Trade orders in UK and Europe to Palgrave

Exploring the Links Between International Business and Poverty Reduction A Case Study of Unilever in Indonesia
Jason Clay
This research is an attempt to evaluate the impacts of international business on people living in poverty by two organisations with very different aims and perspectives, Unilever and Oxfam. It considers the impacts of Unilever Indonesia across the entire business value chain.
2005 ? 978-0-85598-566-0 ? paperback 124pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

Rigged Rules and Double Standards Trade, Globalisation, and the Fight against Poverty
Kevin Watkins, former Head of Research, Oxfam GB, and Penny Fowler, Policy Adviser, Oxfam GB
This authoritative report reveals the inequalities in global trading systems. It provides comprehensive research findings and analysis, presenting a powerful case for changes in trade rules, and a reform agenda to ensure that they work for poorer countries.
Oxfam International Campaign Report 2002 ? 978-0-85598-525-7 ? paperback 272pp ? ?9.95 ? $15.95

Global Intellectual Property Rights Knowledge, Access, and Development
Edited by Peter Drahos and Ruth Mayne
Academic experts and campaigners analyse the threats to ownership of knowledge and technologies and suggest ways in which the intellectual property system can be changed to serve development goals.
Published by Palgrave Macmillan in association with Oxfam GB 2002 ? 978-0-33399-028-5 ? paperback 296pp ? ?19.95 Trade orders in UK and Europe to Palgrave

Social Investment and Economic Growth A Strategy to Eradicate Poverty
Patrick Watt
Using examples from East Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, the author offers policy recommendations that argue that labourintensive growth must be accompanied by public investment in basic social services in order to achieve the goal of development for all.
Oxfam Insight 2000 ? 978-0-85598-434-2 ? paperback 160pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.35

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Trading Away our Rights Women Working in Global Supply Chains
Kate Raworth, Policy Adviser, Oxfam GB
Shows how big-brand companies and retailers in the fashion and food industries are driving down employment conditions for millions of women workers around the world, and calls for action to make trade fair.
Oxfam International Campaign Report 2004 ? 978-0-85598-523-3 ? paperback 112pp ? ?7.95 ? $12.75

Economic Growth with Equity Lessons from East Asia
Kevin Watkins
Critically assesses the successes, failures, and future potential of the East Asian countries which managed to combine economic growth with equity.
Oxfam Insight 1998 ? 978-0-85598-384-0 ? paperback 128pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.35
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Mugged Poverty in your Coffee Cup
Charis Gresser and Sophia Tickell, former policy advisers, Oxfam GB
There is a crisis destroying the livelihoods of 25 million coffee producers around the world. This accessible report, with illustrations and many visual aids, outlines the extent of the crisis in the coffee market and the reasons behind it, and presents a strategy for action.
Oxfam International Campaign Report 2002 ? 978-0-85598-527-1 ? paperback ? 54pp ? ?7.95 ? $12.75
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Play Fair at the Olympics view Respect Workers’ Rights in the online Sportswear Industry
Asks fundamental questions about the global sportswear industry – questions that go to the heart of debates on poverty, workers’ rights, trade, and globalisation.
Oxfam International Campaign report, produced by Novib Oxfam Netherlands in association with Clean Clothes Campaign and ICFTU 2004 ? 978-0-85598-535-6 ? paperback 50pp ? ?7.95 ? $12.75

Published by Intermón Oxfam, Spain 1999 ? 978-8-48997-034-2 ? paperback 252pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.35

Une Tasse de Café Au go?t d’injustice
2002 ? 978-0-85598-604-9 ? paperback ? 54pp ? ?7.95 ? $12.75

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Trade and Public Policy
Accountable Aid Local Participation in Major Projects
Patricia Feeney
Using examples of good practice and failure, this guide critically assesses NGOs’ and donors’ attempts to collaborate with local communities.
Oxfam Insight 1998 ? 978-0-85598-374-1 ? paperback 176pp ? ?8.95 ? $14.35

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Exploding the Migration Myths Analysis and Recommendations for the European Union, the UK, and Albania
Russell King, Nicola Mai, and Mirela Dalipaj
Through an in-depth study of the forces driving migration, and the strategies which seek to govern it, this report seeks to contribute to a more mature public debate around the issue of migration, and to more effective and just policy responses.
Research report published by the Fabian Society and Oxfam GB 2003 ? 978-0-85598-524-0 ? paperback 76pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

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Microfinance and Poverty Reduction
Susan Johnson and Ben Rogaly
‘Provides a measured, well-informed commentary on the benefits and problems of microfinance as a vehicle to reduce poverty.’ Small Enterprise Development
Oxfam Development Guidelines Co-published with ActionAid 1997 ? 978-0-85598-369-7 ? paperback 144pp ? ?12.50 ? $20.00

Building Capacity Through Financial Management A Practical Guide
John Cammack
This guide demonstrates practical tools that can help build the capacity of non-profit organisations by strengthening their financial capacity. See p24 for more information.

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Beyond Micro-Credit Putting Development Back into Micro-Finance
Thomas Fisher and M S Sriram

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For micro-finance practitioners, NGOs, and funding agencies, this book provides the most comprehensive analysis available of micro-finance practice in India.
Published by Sage (India) in association with the New Economics Foundation and Oxfam GB 2002 ? 978-0-85598-488-5 ? paperback 304pp ? ?15.95 ? $25.55

Basic Accounting for Small Groups Second Edition, with Exercises for Individual and Group Learning
John Cammack
? A step-by-step guide to basic accounting and financial management techniques, with training materials that can be used with groups or for individual selfinstruction. Clear and accessible, the guide builds up expertise systematically through examples and case studies. Ideal for learners whose command of English is limited, the activities and exercises use multiple-choice and group discussion formats, avoiding the need for long written answers.
Oxfam Skills and Practice 2002 ? 978-0-85598-473-1 ? paperback 96pp ? ?13.95 ? $22.35

Poverty, Social Exclusion, and Microfinance in Britain
Ben Rogaly, Thomas Fisher, and Ed Mayo
The authors analyse the potential of community-based financial services to reduce poverty and combat social exclusion in Britain and explore how to enable people and communities to build their assets.
Published in association with the New Economics Foundation 1999 ? 978-0-85598-413-7 ? paperback 184pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

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Basic Accounting for Credit and Savings Schemes
Nicola Elliott
Intended for readers without any formal accountancy training, this book explains in clear and simple language how to document the financial transactions associated with credit and savings schemes.
Oxfam Skills and Practice 1996 ? 978-0-85598-342-0 ? paperback 96pp ? ?7.50 ? $12.00

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A Bibliographical Survey of Rotating Savings and Credit Associations
Alaine Low
In many countries in Africa and Asia, rotating savings and credit associations underpin much of the economy; this survey covers the wide range of literature on these associations.
Published by the Centre for Cross-Cultural Research on Women 1995 ? 978-0-85598-298-0 ? paperback 75pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

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We Work at Home The Training Manual
Compiled by Kate Jehan, Homeworkers Worldwide
? A training manual designed to assist organisations or individuals to facilitate the building of independent home-based worker organisations. Home-based working is defined as paid employment in the home or in a building or yard near the home, for example traditional crafts, making clothes and shoes, or basic clerical work. Millions of women around the world take up this form of employment. However, there is rarely a regular supply of work, and home-based workers do not usually have any rights such as the right to a minimum wage, social security, or a pension. These workers are rarely counted in official statistics or recognised by trade unions. Drawing on experience in Asia, Latin America, and eastern Europe, this practical manual outlines training in ‘mapping’, a successful strategy for organising and empowering home-based workers. It presents ideas, activities, and handouts around which a wide range of training sessions may be built.
Published by HomeWorkers Worldwide, distributed by Oxfam Publishing June 2007 ? 978-0-85598-601-8 ? ring-bound 340pp ? ?35.00 ? $56.00

Producer Organisations A Practical Guide to Developing Collective Rural Enterprises
Chris Penrose-Buckley, Rural and Organisational Development Consultant
? Step-by-step guidance for development practitioners, managers, and all those interested in how development can help small-scale producers build effective collective businesses. Small-scale producers face huge challenges in today’s world. They have to adopt a market-oriented approach if they want to compete in and benefit from local and global markets. This book explains why collective action in the form of producer organisations is a key strategy for increasing their access to and power in markets. Using eight case studies from around the world, the book describes different types of producer organisations, and draws out learning points and key factors affecting their success.
Oxfam Skills and Practice July 2007 ? 978-0-85598-575-2 ? paperback 150pp ? ?8.50 ? $13.60

Gender Considerations in Economic Enterprises
Edited by Eugenia Piza-Lopez and Candida March
This account of a workshop run in Asia to discuss approaches to working with women on income-generation projects includes an assessment of the lessons learnt and useful checklists for planning and evaluating projects.
Oxfam Working Papers 1991 ? 978-0-85598-189-1 ? paperback 40pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

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Where There Is No Vet
Bill Forse
An essential companion to people around the world who help, advise, or teach others how to keep animals.
Co-published with Macmillan and CTA 1999 ? 978-0-85598-409-0 ? paperback 368pp ? ?14.95 ? $24.95

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Livelihoods
Urban Vulnerability Perspectives from Southern Africa
Edited by Christina Nomdo and Erika Coetzee
Using case studies from five southern African countries, this book aims to stimulate debate about risk reduction in urban settings and to identify key issues for further advocacy.
Published by Periperi Publications Cape Town (South Africa) 2002 ? 978-0-85598-491-5 ? paperback 220pp ? ?16.95 ? $28.50

Development and Agroforestry Scaling Up the Impacts of Research
Edited by Steven Franzel, Peter Cooper, Glenn Denning, and Deborah Eade
This stimulating collection explores the experiences of researchers and small-scale farmers undertaking agroforestry development projects around the globe.
Development in Practice Readers Published by Oxfam GB in association with the International Centre for Research in Agroforestry (ICRAF) 2002 ? 978-0-85598-464-9 ? paperback 196pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

Looking After Our Land
Will Critchley
Using case studies from Burkina Faso, Kenya, and Mali, this book illustrates the main lessons to be learned from different approaches to soil and water conservation.
1991 ? 978-0-85598-170-9 ? paperback 88pp ? ?9.95 ? $16.95

Cereal Banks At Your Service
Abdou Fall
Intended for development workers or communities looking to take control of their own food supply, this book presents, in the form of a story, some of the main questions and issues surrounding the setting up and running of a cereal bank.
1991 ? 978-0-85598-157-0 ? paperback 56pp ? ?7.95 ? $11.95

Community Forest Management A Casebook from India
Joe Human and Manoj Pattanaik
Drawing on candid interviews with villagers, activists, NGO staff, and forestry officials, this book follows the development of a community-based forest protection movement in Orissa.
Oxfam Development Casebooks 2000 ? 978-0-85598-439-7 ? paperback 224pp illustrated ? ?8.95 ? $14.35

Agricultural Trade and Food Security
Kevin Watkins
This book explores the interaction of international trade realities and national policies, how they impact on even remote households and villages, and what this means for development work in many communities.
Published by Oxfam GB in the Philippines 1996 ? 978-9-71917-520-9 ? paperback 100pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

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Contested Lands in Eastern and Southern Africa A Literature Survey
Robin Palmer
Includes summaries of more than 300 recent books, articles, academic theses, and reports of conferences and workshops on land tenure and land reform, and their impact on poor and vulnerable communities.
Oxfam Working Papers 1997 ? 978-0-85598-391-8 ? paperback 306pp ? ?14.95 ? $23.95

Back to Work How People are Recovering their Livelihoods 12 Months After the Tsunami The Impact of the Second-hand Clothing Trade on Developing Countries Walk the Talk A Call to Action to Restore Coffee Farmers’ Livelihoods
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Pastoral Development Planning
Julian Prior
Community development workers are advised that many initiatives would be more sustainable if they were supported by social development to strengthen the institutional capacity of pastoral communities.
Oxfam Development Guidelines 1994 ? 978-0-85598-204-1 ? paperback 160pp ? ?12.95 ? $20.75

Learning about Livelihoods Insights from Southern Africa
Rick de Satgé with Ailsa Holloway, Dan Mullins, Leah Nchabaleng, Penny Ward
This comprehensive guide to applying a livelihoods approach to the practice of disaster risk reduction comprises a facilitator’s handbook and filmed case studies from five southern African countries.
Co-published by Periperi Publications Cape Town (South Africa) 2002 ? 978-0-85598-468-7 ? paperback 250pp + video ? ?30.00 + VAT (?31.80) ? $48.00

Improving Goat Production in the Tropics A Manual for Development Workers
Christie Peacock
Written for both livestock specialists and development workers who have no formal training in animal production, this work explains the theory of goat-keeping and how it can be used to improve nutrition and health.
Published in association with FARM-Africa 1996 ? 978-0-85598-269-0 ? paperback 400pp ? ?18.95 ? $30.35

Environments and Livelihoods Strategies for Sustainability
Koos Neefjes
Explores whether poverty is to blame for the global environmental crisis – or, conversely, whether environmental degradation is a major cause of poverty – then presents frameworks for action by development agencies.
Oxfam Development Guidelines 2000 ? 978-0-85598-440-3 ? paperback 288pp ? ?13.95 ? $22.35

One Earth, Two Worlds
Dave Dalton and John Barraclough
Case studies explore the various environmental problems affecting poor people in the south from a local point of view, and how people are working to improve their situation.
1995 ? 978-0-85598-276-8 ? paperback 32pp ? ?5.50 ? $8.80

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Index
Index by author and editor
Abu-Habib, Lina 15 Adams, John 19 Adams, Mark 23 Afshar, Haleh 11 Aikman, Sheila 5, 6, 13 Al Hibshi, Souad 7 Al Serouri, Abdul W 7 Ali-Akpajiak, Sofo C A 31 Anderson, Mary B 15 Ardón, Patricia 23 Baker, Andrew 24 Balabanova, Dina 7 Barraclough, John 36 Bhagat, Pamela 32 Birch, Isobel 27 Black, Maggie 31 Boler, Tania 5 Bonwick, Andrew 21 Bookstein, Amelia 22 Bradbury, Mark 23 Braden, Su 26 Br?in, Ane 31 Brown, Ian 32 Buhaenko, Helen 10 Butler, Vikki 10 Cairns, Ed 23 Cammack, John 24, 34 Chanaa, Jane 22 Chant, Sylvia 14 Chowdhury, Sue 7 Clay, Jason 33 Cleves Mosse, Julia 10 Coe, Jim 21 Coetzee, Erika 36 Cohen, David 28 Coleridge, Peter 15 Commins, Stephen 23 Cooper, Peter 36 Corsellis, Tom 19 Crabtree, John 32 Creti, Pantaleo 18 Critchley, Will 36 Cummings, Sarah 7, 10, 12, 13 Dalipaj, Mirela 34 Dalton, David 27, 36 Davis, Jan 26 de la Vega, Rosa 28 de Satgé, Rick 36 De Selincourt, Kate 14 Demusz, Kerry 22 Denning, Glenn 36 Diokno-Pascual, Maria Teresa 28 Diskett, Pat 7 Dow, Kirstin 31 Downing, Thomas E 31 Drahos, Peter 33 Drisdelle, Rhéal 32 Dubel, Ireen 10 Duffield, Mark 23 Eade, Deborah 10, 11, 15, 19, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 36 El Bushra, Judy 23 Elliott, Nicola 35 Emmett, Bethan 3 Enfield, Sue 14 Evers, Barbara 12 Fall, Abdou 36 Feeney, Patricia 34 Fisher, Thomas 34 Flower, Charlotte 10 Fordham, Paul 6 Forse, Bill 36 Fowler, Penny 33 Franzel, Steven 36 Fraser, Arabella 3 Fried, Mark 2 Frost, Nicola 32 Garvey, Gerry 26 Goodman, Hilary 7 Green, Duncan 2 Gresser, Charis 33 Gutmann, Matthew 14 Habgood, Laura 7 Harris, Alison 14 Hastie, Rachel 15 Hernández, Carlos 21 Hewitt, Tom 27 Higson-Smith, Craig 22 Hillyer, Debbie 22 Hoare, Joanna 8 Holden, Sue 16, 17 Holland, Deryn 6 Holloway, Ailsa 36 Human, Joe 36 Huong, Than Thi Thien 26 Jarman, Melanie 4 Jaspars, Susanne 18 Jehan, Kate 35 Johnson, Chris 32 Johnson, Douglas 19 Johnson, Hazel 27 Johnson, Susan 34 Karim, Razia 28 Keating, Maree 12 Kerr, Joanna 12 Khadar, Angela 10, 12 King, Russell 34 Kingma, Koos 13 Kothari, Miloon 30 Krznaric, Roman 2 Lang, Tim 31 Leach, Fiona 6 Leather, Alan 29 Leggett, Ian 32 Levy, Marcela López 32 Ligteringen, Ernst 29 Loizos, Peter 27 Low, Alaine 35 Lusty, Tim 7 Macdonald, Mandy 10 Magrath John 32 Mahmoud, Othman 31 Mai, Nicola 34 Manji, Firoze 30 March, Candida 9, 35 Masika, Rachel 11 Mayne, Ruth 33 Mayo, Ed 35 McCaffrey, Juliet 5 McGrath, Rae 23 McKeever, David 19 Mears, Catherine 7 Meer, Shamim 13 Merrifield, Juliet 5 Millican, Juliet 5, 6 Millstone, Erik 31 Mitha, Yameema 32 Mukhopadhyay, Maitrayee 8, 9 Mullins, Dan 36 Mumtaz, Khawar 36 Murray, Kevin 32 Mwau, Adelina 9 Naylor Rachel 22, 32 Nchabaleng, Leah 36 Neefjes, Koos 36 Nichols, Paul 27 Nomdo, Christina 36 O’Connell, Helen 11 O’Reilly, Marion 18 Olsen, Neil 32 Ordó?ez, Amado 21 Palmer, Robin 36 Parker, Ben 32 Pattanaik, Manoj 36 Payne, Lina 23 Peacock, Christie 36 Pearce, Jenny 29 Penrose-Buckley, Chris 35 Peters, Chris 32 Petti, Jethro 29 Picciotto, Sol 33 Pickup, Francine 11 Piza-Lopez, Eugenia 23, 35 Porter, Fenella 9 Powell, Mike 26 Pratt, Brian 27 Prior, Julian 36 Pye-Smith, Charlie 32 Pyke, Toni 31 Rao, Nitya 6 Ravindran, Sundari 7 Raworth, Kate 33 Reardon, Geraldine 11 Reid Hannah 32 Richardson, Karen 10 Roberts, Shawn 23 Rocha, Jan 32 Roche, Chris 26 Rogaly, Ben 34 Roper, Laura 29 Rowan-Campbell, Dorienne 10 Rowland, Jo 13, 29 Rowley, John 25 Rubin, Frances 25, 27 Ruxton, Sandy 14, 28 Sayer, Geoff 32 Sayer, John 29 Schultz, Jessica 19 Seabrook, Jeremy 4 Seager, Joni 31 Seed, Janet 9 Sharp, Robin 32 Shuria, Halima A O 27 Simms Andrew 32 Slim, Hugo 21 Smith, Dan 31 Smith, Henry 21 Smith, Sue 10 Smith, Wendy 22 Smyth, Ines 6, 9 Sprenger, Ellen 10 Sriram, MS 34 Steehouwer, Gerard 9 Stockbridge, Michael 2 Sweetman, Caroline 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 Swithern, Sophia 19 Tahira, Bilquis 32 Taylor, Lance 2 Tegegn, Melakou 30 Terry, Geraldine 4, 8 Thomson, Madeleine C 7 Tickell, Sophia 33 Trujillo, Monica 21 Tyndale, Wendy 29 Unterhalter, Elaine 5, 6 Valk, Minke 7, 10, 12, 13 Van Dam, Henk 7, 10, 12 van der Linde, Ada 22 Vasani, Dolar 16 Verhelst, Thierry 29 Vitale, Antonella 19 Von Amim, Rudiger 2 von Massow, Fra 7 Waddington, Catriona 7 Walden, Vivien 18 Walker, Bridget 11 Wallace, Tina 27 Ward, Penny 35 Watkins, Kevin 6, 31, 33, 36 Watson, Gabrielle 28 Watt, Patrick 33 Webourne, Alice 8 Westendorff, David 29 Williams, Jody 23 Williams, Suzanne 9, 11, 26 Woldegiorgis, Abraham 32 Wong, Franz 8, 9 Wood, Brian 22 Wood, Michael 26 Yetter, Mary 18 Young, Helen 7

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English Acceptability and Use of Cereal-Based Foods in Refugee Camps 7 Access to Health and Education Services in Ethiopia 7 Accountable Aid 34 Action Against Small Arms 21 Adult Literacy 6 Advocacy for Social Justice 28 Afghanistan Country Profile 32 Africa – Up in Smoke? 32 Africa – Up in Smoke 2 32 After The Guns Fall Silent 23 Agricultural Trade and Food Security 36 Agricultural Trade Policy in Developing Countries During TakeOff 2 AIDS on the Agenda 16 Albania Country Profile 32 Atlas of Climate Change, The 31 Atlas of Food, The 31 Atlas of War and Peace, The 31 Atlas of Women in the World, The 31 Basic Accounting for Credit and Savings Schemes 35 Basic Accounting for Small Groups 34 Basic Guide to Evaluation for Development Workers, A 27 Beyond Access 6 Beyond Civil Rights 28 Beyond Micro-Credit 34 Beyond the Headlines 22 Bibliographical Survey of Rotating Savings and Credit Associations, A 35 Bolivia Country Profile 32 Brazil Country Profile 32 Building Capacity Through Financial Management 24 Building National Campaigns 27 Building Sustainable Peace 22 Cambodia Country Profile 32 Capacity-Building 25 Cash-Transfer Programming In Emergencies 18 Cash-Transfer Programming In Emergencies Cards 19 Cause For Our Times, A 31 Cereal Banks At Your Service 36 Choosing Research Methods 27 Cities 4 Climate Change 4 Community Forest Management 36 Conflict and Development 23 Contested Lands in Eastern and Southern Africa 36 Cost Sharing for Primary Health Care 7 Debating Development 29 Developing Adult Literacy 5 Developing and Managing Community Water Supplies 26 Development and Advocacy 28 Development and Agroforestry 36 Development and Cities 29 Development and Culture 29 Development and Management 27 Development and Patronage 30 Development and Rights 30 Development and Social Action 30 Development and Social Diversity 15 Development and the Learning Organisation 29 Development and the Private Sector 29 Development in Conflict 23 Development in Practice Journal 30 Development in States of War 23 Development Methods and Approaches 29 Development NGOs and Labor Unions 29 Development with Women 10 Development, NGOs, and Civil Society 29

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Development, Women, and War 11 Disability, Equality, and Human Rights 14 Disability, Liberation, and Development 15 Disabled Children in a Society at War 15 Disease Prevention through Vector Control 7 Distributing Seeds and Tools in Emergencies 19 Economic Growth with Equity 33 Effective Consultancies in Development and Humanitarian Programmes 24 El Salvador Country Profile 32 Ending Violence Against Women 11 Environments and Livelihoods 36 Ethiopia Country Profile 32 Exploding the Migration Myths 34 Exploring the Links Between International Business and Poverty Reduction 33 Financing Health Care 7 Food Scarcity and Famine 7 Foreign Territory 19 From Poverty to Power 2 Gender & Development Journal 15 Gender and Disability 15 Gender and Health 7 Gender and ICTs for Development 10 Gender and Lifecycles 15 Gender and Migration 11 Gender and Organizational Change 10 Gender and Poverty in the North 12 Gender and Technology 12 Gender and the Millennium Development Goals 12 Gender-Based Violence 8 Gender Considerations in Economic Enterprises 35 Gender Equality and HIV and AIDS 5 Gender Equality and Men 14 Gender Equality and Sexual Exploitation 25 Gender in Development Organisations 10 Gender in the 21st Century 10 Gender Issues in Health Projects and Programmes 7 Gender Perspectives on Property and Inheritance 12 Gender Training 10 Gender Works 9 Gender, Citizenship and Governance 13 Gender, Development, and Advocacy 13 Gender, Development, and Citizenship 13 Gender, Development, and Climate Change 11 Gender, Development, and Diversity 14 Gender, Development, and Health 14 Gender, Development, and Humanitarian Work 11 Gender, Development, and Marriage 15 Gender, Development, and Money 12 Gender, Development, and Poverty 12 Gender, Development, and Trade 12 Gender, Education, and Training 14 Gender, Peacebuilding, and Reconstruction 11 Gender, Religion, and Spirituality 15 Gender, Trafficking, and Slavery 11 Ghana Country Profile 32 Global Intellectual Property Rights 33 Good Enough Guide, The 18 Guide to Gender-Analysis Frameworks, A 9 Guide to the HAP Standard, A 19 Guns or Growth? 22 Half the World, Half a Chance 10 Health and Livelihoods in Rural Angola 7 Health Care for Refugees and Displaced People 7 HIV and AIDS 8 HIV/AIDS and Livelihoods 17 How Change Happens 2 Humanitarian Programmes and HIV and AIDS 18 Impact Assessment for Development Agencies 26 Impact Measurement and Accountability in Emergencies 18 Impact of Guns on Women’s Lives, The 22 Improving Goat Production in the Tropics 36 In the Public Interest 3 India Country Profile 32 Indonesia Country Profile 32 Information Management for Development Organisations 26 Institutionalizing Gender Equality: Commitment, Policy and Practice 10 Kenya Country Profile 32 Landmines: Legacy of Conflict 23 Learning about Livelihoods 36 Listening to the Displaced 22 Looking After Our Land 36 Mainstreaming Gender in Development 10 Mainstreaming HIV/AIDS in Development and Humanitarian Programmes 17 Mainstreaming Men into Gender and Development 14 Mali Country Profile 32 Managing Water Supply and Sanitation in Emergencies 19 Managing Yourself and Others 25 Measuring Poverty in Nigeria 31 Men and Masculinity 14 Men, Masculinities, and Poverty in the UK 14 Men’s Involvement in Gender and Development Policy and Practice 14 Microfinance and Poverty Reduction 34 Modelling the Impact of Trade Liberalisation 2 Mugged 33 Natural Resources Management and Gender 12 North–South Co-operation 10 One Earth, Two Worlds 36 Oxfam Education Report, The 6 Oxfam Gender Training Manual, The 9 Oxfam Handbook of Development and Relief, The 26 Oxfam Poverty Report, The 31 Pakistan Country Profile 32 Paper 2 Reality 16 Partnerships for Girls’ Education 6 Pastoral Development Planning 36 Perspectives on Pastoral Development 27 Peru Country Profile 32 Peters Projection World Map 31 Peters World Atlas, The 31 Play Fair at the Olympics 33 Politics of the Possible 9 Population and Reproductive Rights 14 Post-War Reconstruction in Central America 23 Poverty, Social Exclusion, and Microfinance in Britain 34 Practising Gender Analysis in Education 6 Practising Gender Equality In Education 5 Producer Organisations 35 Protecting the Future 22 Protection 21 Questioning Empowerment 13 Rebuilding Communities in a Refugee Settlement 23 Regulating International Business 33 Renewing Our Voice 17 Revisiting Gender Training 8 Rigged Rules and Double Standards 33 Rights-Based Approaches 28 Risk-Mapping and Local Capacities 21 Safer Future, A 23 See Both Sides 10 Selective Feeding Programmes 7 Senegal Country Profile 32 Shattered Lives 22 Social Investment and Economic Growth 33 Social Survey Methods 27 Societies in Transition 11 Somali Conflict , The 23 South Asia Map 31 Sphere Handbook , The 20 Sphere Project Film , The 20 Sphere Project Training Package, The 20 State of the World Atlas, The 31 Sudan Country Profile 32 Supporting Communities Affected by Violence 22 The Philippines Country Profile 32 Trading Away our Rights 33 Transitional Settlement: Displaced Populations 19 Uganda Country Profile 32 Up in Smoke? 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Latin America and the Caribbean 32 Urban Vulnerability 36 Video for Development 26 Violence Against Women 11 War and Famine in Africa 23 We Work at Home 35 What Men and Women Want 10 Where There Is No Vet 36 Women and Conflict 11 Women and Economic Policy 12 Women and Emergencies 11 Women and Leadership 10 Women and Rights 13 Women and the Environment 11 Women and the Family 15 Women and Urban Settlement 12 Women Reinventing Globalisation 12 Women Speak 13 Women, Employment, and Exclusion 12 Women, Land, and Agriculture 12 Women, Land, and Authority 13 Women’s Information Services and Networks 10 Women’s Rights 4 World Guide 11th Edition 31 World Guide 11th Edition CD-ROM 31 Spanish Crecimiento económico con equidad 33 Desarrollo en Estados de Guerra 23 Desarrollo y Derechos Humanos 30 Desarrollo y Diversidad Social 15 Desarrollo y Poder 30 Desarrollo, ONG, y Sociedad Civil 29 Manual de Capacitación de Genero de Oxfam 9 Protección 21 Sphere – Spanish language version 20 Vidas Destrozadas 22 French Dans l’intérêt du public 3 Le prix à payer 3 Loin des caméras point de salut 22 Sphere – French language version 20 Territoire Inexploré 19 Une Tasse de Café 33 Vies Brisées 22 Portuguese Manual de Formacao em Genero da Oxfam 9 Sphere – Portuguese language version 20

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? Rest of World ?8.95 for the first item; ?3.95 each for the next 14 items (i.e. items 2–15); ?2.95 per item for all items after item 15* ? CD-ROMs If a CD-ROM is ordered as a single item, a flat rate of ?3.50 will be charged. If you are ordering for delivery outside the UK or EU, an additional ?4.75 will be charged to cover registration/insurance for the CD. * For larger orders, we will be happy to provide a quotation for carriage based on weight and destination. ? Please note P&P charges quoted above are for our standard delivery service. If you require express delivery by courier, or door-todoor delivery through customs, please advise and we will forward a quotation. FREE POSTAGE AND PACKING for orders of 1–15 items to Low- and Middle-Income* Countries
*as listed in the UNDP Human Development Report

Payment details
All orders from individuals must be pre-paid. Orders from organisations for less than ?25.00 in value must be pre-paid or we will supply a pro forma invoice on which you can make payment. We have instituted this policy to make the most effective use of Oxfam’s donors’ money. Pre-payment can be by any of the following methods: ? internationally valid credit or debit card ? sterling cheque drawn on a UK bank ? bank transfer with all charges paid by payee ? sterling bank draft. If you need an invoice to raise payment, please request a pro forma invoice. Goods will be shipped on payment of the pro forma.

Shipping is by non-registered airmail. For more than 15 items, we charge ?2.00 per item for non-registered airmail. If you require shipping by other methods (e.g. courier or door-to-door air freight) we will charge you the actual cost charged to Oxfam for the chosen method.

■ I attach my official requisition, no: ■ I enclose payment by cheque/PO (made payable to Oxfam) ■ Please send the publications to me with invoice (orders over ?25.00 only) ■ Please send me a pro forma invoice ■ Please accept payment by the following method: ■ Visa ■ Mastercard ■ Maestro/Switch (UK only) ■ Delta (UK only) ■ Other (please specify) In order to avoid credit card fraud we have to ask for the following if you are paying by credit or debit card: Card No Issue no (Switch/Maestro/Delta only) Valid From Expiry Date

Inspection copy requests
Paperback editions of books suitable for class adoption are available for inspection (up to 3 titles). Lecturers wishing to obtain inspection copies should contact publish@oxfam.org.uk or tel: +44 (0)1865 472255. Requests in the USA should be sent to Stylus Publishing.

Security Number (3 figures usually printed on the signature strip, if issued) Cardholder’s name (as shown on card) Billing addresss (if different from order invoice or delivery address)

Email/daytime tel no Cardholder’s signature
We regret we are unable to process credit or debt card orders from individuals where the cardholder’s family name is different from that of the person receiving the goods.

www.oxfam.org.uk/publications ? SEARCH ? BROWSE ? BUY

Oxfam Publishing Book Distribution and Representation
Our global distribution is handled by BEBC (see contact details below) but we also have stockholders and distributors in many countries. Customers can also check our website (with a databased catalogue and secure online ordering) at www.oxfam.org.uk/publications Mongolia Taiwan

Nomin House Co. Ltd
Ulaanbaatar Tel: +976 11 354529 Fax: +976 11 354532 Email: monnominh@magicnet.mn

iGroup (Asia Pacific) Limited
Taipei Hsien Tel: +886 2 8226-3123 Fax: +886 2 8226-3172 Email: top.tw@igroupnet.com.tw

ORDERS FROM THE BOOK TRADE
UK and Ireland Trade Representation
Global Book Marketing
London Tel: +44 (0)20 8533 5800 Fax: +44 (0)20 7497 0309 Email: tz@globalbookmarketing.co.uk

International stockists and distributors
Institutional or individual orders for Oxfam’s publications in the following countries or territories can be sent to our distributors, who are able to accept payment in local currency. They hold stock of most books in this catalogue or can arrange to supply special orders to mail order customers in their territory.

Nepal

Tanzania

Everest Media International Services Pvt. Ltd.
Kathmandu Tel: 977 14417048 Fax: 977 1 4250176 Email: emispltd@wlink.com.np

Mkuki na Nyota Publishers *
Dar es Salaam Tel: +255 22 2180479 Fax: +255 22 2180479 Email: sales.mauzo@mkukinanyota.com

Australia

Germany

InBooks
Frenchs Forest NSW Tel: +61 (02) 9986 7082 Fax: +61 (02) 9986 7090 Email: orders@inbooks.com.au www.inbooks.com.au

Missing Link
Bremen Tel: +49 0421 504348 Fax: +49 0421 504316 Email: Info@missing-link.de www.missing-link.de

Nigeria

Thailand

* These agents will be able to arrange supply on trade terms for trade customers in these countries.

EPP Books
Surelere, Lagos Tel: +234 1 813 0625 or 08033579145 email: eppbooks.nigeria@gmail.com

Booknet Ltd
Bangkok Tel: +66 (0)2 322 3678 Fax: +66 (0)2 7211639 Email: booknet@book.co.th http://www.booknet.co.th

For other territories, please contact:
Oxfam Publishing
Oxfam House John Smith Drive Oxford OX4 3JY United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0)1865 472255 Fax: +44 (0)1865 472393 Email: publish@oxfam.org.uk www.oxfam.org.uk/publications

Last First Networks
Armidale Tel: +61 7 3846 5264 Fax: +61 7 3844 7189 Email: info@lastfirst.net www.lastfirst.net

Triops
Darmstadt Tel: +49 06151-33665 Fax:+49 06151-314048 Email: orders@net-library.de www.net-library.de

Books and Prints Limited
Lagos Tel: +234 1 822297 Fax: +234 1 825789 Email: booksandp@onebox.com

Uganda

Fountain Publishers Ltd
Kampala Tel: +256 (41) 259163/251112 Fax: +256 (41) 251160/534973 Email: fountain@starcom.co.ug www.fountainpublishers.co.ug/

Bangladesh

Micro Industries Development Assistance and Services (MIDAS)
Dhaka Tel: +880 2 8116094-5 Or +880 2 8116186-7 Fax: +880 2 8111188 Email: midas@midas-bd.com

Ghana Benin, Liberia, Sierra Leone

Havilah Procurement and Library Services
Ikeja, Lagos Tel: +234 1 345 3206 fax: +234 1 255 7091 email: havilah2004ng@yahoo.com

EPP Books Services
Accra Tel: +233 (21) 778347 Fax: +233 (21) 779099 Email: epp@eppbookservices.com

USA

Stylus Publishing LLC *
Herndon Tel: (703) 661 1581 / (800) 232 0223 Fax: (703) 661 1501 Email: StylusMail@PressWarehouse.com www.styluspub.com

Pakistan

NB: Oxfam’s Regional Management Centres or Country Offices outside the UK do not hold stock of Oxfam publications for sale.

Mirza Book Agency
Lahore Tel: +92 42 735 3601 Fax: +92 42 576 3714 email: merchant@brain.net.pk

India

Canada

Maya Publishers Pvt Ltd *
New Delhi Tel: +91 (11) 26892495 or +91(11) 26892498 Fax: +91 (11) 26130069 Email: surit@vsnl.com (contact Maya Publishers for details of booksellers and wholesalers in India)

Renouf Publishing Company Ltd *
Ottawa Tel: +1 (613) 745 2665 Fax: +1 (613) 745 7660 Email: order.dept@renoufbooks.com www.renoufbooks.com

Philippines

Viet Nam

MegaTEXTS Phillipines, Inc.
Cebu Tel: + 63 32 253 3391 Fax: +63 32 253 8694 Email: jean@igroupnet.com

iGroup (Asia Pacific) Ltd.
Hanoi Tel: +844 933-3047 or +844 933-3046 Fax: +844 933-3048 Email: info.vn@igroupnet.com

Caribbean

Ian Randle Publishers
Kingston Tel: +876 978 0745 +876 978 0739 Fax: +876 978 1156 Email: clp@ianrandlepublishers.com

Jordan

Jordan Book Centre
Amman Tel: +96 2 6 515 1882 Fax: +96 2 6 515 2016 Email: pcollinson@jbc.com.jo

Rwanda

Zambia

Bookshop Ikirezi- Librairie
Kigali Tel: +250 571314 Fax: +250 08560358 Email: ikirezi@rwanda1.com

Prestige Books Zambia
Lusaka Tel: +260 1 237931 Email: prestigebooks@zamtel.zm

China

Kenya

iGroup (Asia Pacific) Limited
Hong Kong Tel: +852 2572-7228 Fax: +852 2575-8822 Email: info.hk@igroupnet.com

Legacy Bookshop
Nairobi Tel: +254 20 387 3991/3 Fax: +254 20 3873993 Email: info@legacybookshop.com www.legacybookshop.com

Singapore

Zimbabwe

Select Books Pte Ltd
Tel: (65) 732 1515 Fax: (65) 736 0855 Email: info@selectbooks.com.sg

Prestige Books*
Harare Tel: +263 4 335105 +263 4 336298 or +263 4 336301 Fax: +263 4 335105 Email: books@prestigebooks.co.zw

Back cover photographs from left to right:
Volunteers help in the construction of a water tank, Kounoungo, Chad. Carmen Rodrigues/Intermon Oxfam 2004 Collecting water in Shibanai village, Tajikistan. Karen Robinson/Oxfam 2004 Dalit girls’ school education programme, learning multiplication with sticks, Poorvanchal Dalit Academy in Maladi, District Gazipur (UP), India David Kenningham/Oxfam 2006 Cash-for-work beneficiary, Matara, Sri Lanka. Sophia Dunn/Oxfam 2005 Proud Mum and Dad, after a routine maternity check-up at Machaze District Clinic, Mozambique. Kate Raworth/Oxfam 2006 Children of WestGAP workers prepare for a STOP campaigning event in Glasgow, UK. This project will build the capacity and power of community based organisations in Scotland. Crispin Hughes/Oxfam 2006

Egypt Libya, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, UAE

Lebanon

Middle East Readers’ Information Centre (MERIC)
Zamalek Tel: +20 2-7363824 Fax: +20 2-7369355 Email: info@mericonline.com www.mericonline.com

Co-operative for Research and Training on Development_Action
Beirut Tel: +961-3- 615046 Fax: + 961- 3-612924 Email: info@crtd.org

South Africa Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, Swaliland

All other territories

Anglia Book Distribution *
Knysna Tel: +27 (0)44 382 3313 Fax: +27 (0)44 382 3314 Email: info@anglia.co.za

BEBC
PO Box 1496 Parkstone Dorset BH12 3YD United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0) 1202 712921 Fax: +44 (0) 1202 712930 Email: oxfam@bebc.co.uk

Malawi

Blue Weaver
Tokai, Cape Town Tel: +27 (0)21 701 4477 Fax: +27 (0)21 701 7302 Email: marketing@blueweaver.co.za

Eritrea

Anglia Book Distributors Ltd
Blantyre Tel: +265 1 871489 Fax: +265 1 871489 Email: angliabooks@africa-online.net

Red Sea Press
Asmara Tel: +291 1120707 Fax: +291 1123369 Email: awprsp@africanworld.com

Switzerland

Malaysia

Münstergass-Buchhandlung
Bern Tel: +41 (31) 310 23 23 Fax: +41 (31) 310 23 24 Email: sales@muenstergass.ch www.muenstergass.ch

Ethiopia

MDC Book Distributors Sdn Bhd
Kuala Lumpur Tel: +60 3 41086600 Fax: +60 3 41081506 Email: inquiries@mdcbd.com.my

T.G.B. Roman Trading Enterprise
Addis Ababa Tel: +251 01 635973 Email: tesfayeg@ethionet.et

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www.oxfam.org.uk/publications
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Over 1,500 FREE downloadable pdfs including:
? Policy briefs ? Programme research ? Published articles

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Browse books online
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Humanitarian Guidelines and Manuals
? Practical manuals for emergency situations developed by Oxfam field staff ? Available online only

Further research
Many online records also include: ? Additional support material and links to other organisations’ work ? Links to Oxfam’s main site containing in-depth information on Oxfam’s projects, policy analysis, and campaigns

Oxfam Publications Update
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