Articles from Diaspora International Conference 2015 now available to download

We are pleased to announce a new collection of the best articles presented at the Diaspora International Conference 2015.

Reconnecting Universities with the Discourse of Sustainable Inclusive Growth includes a selection of the best papers presented during the 2nd Diaspora International Conference, held at the University of Sussex, Brighton – United Kingdom 11-12 June 2015. The different chapters selected have tremendous scope in both focus and source, covering a broad spectrum of the conference theme: The role of universities and research institutions in managing knowledge for a sustainable inclusive growth in Sudan.

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(pp.001-010) Alfaki, I. M. A. “Comparing Sudan to its peers in Africa and the Arab world with regard to knowledge economy existence and development”
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(pp.011-029) Daniels, C. U. “Policy support for innovation at grass roots in developing countries: perspectives from Nigeria”
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(pp.031-051) Dafa’Alla, A. A. et al. “Critical evaluation of the education system in Sudan from independence to date”
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(pp.053-059) Mahmud, A. Y. “E-learning and its application for training in organisation: challenges in implementation”
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(pp.061-072) Khalifa, N. A. “Mind mapping: an effective multisensory, learning and teaching strategy, underutilised in medical education in Sudan”
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(pp.081-102) Mingot, E. S. & Mazzucato, V. “Mobile populations in immobile welfare systems: a typology of institutions providing social welfare and protection arrangements within a mobility framework”
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(pp.103-114) Badr, E. “Engaging diaspora in promoting medical specialty training in Sudan: a proposed model”
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(pp.115-118) Ahmed, S. M. G. “Medics in diaspora: building partnerships, SDUI and SAA as an example”
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(pp.119-132) Aziz, M. I. A. et al. “Diaspora partnerships with Sudanese institutions for health and development: experience from the Sudan health consultancy group”
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(pp.123-128) Al-Fadil, S. & Sukkar, M. Y. “Creating a supportive and sustainable environment for basic medical education: The experience of Nile College Sudan”
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(pp.133-146) Aljaaly, E. & Abdulaziz, K. “Development of professionalism and dietetic practice: a critical role for the nationally dispersed group of leaders and futurists in the field of nutrition and dietetics”
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(pp.147-160) Ahammad, T. & Hasan, R. “A comparative study of health and safety provisions and their impacts on profit and non-profit organisations”
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(pp.161-165) Hamed, M. B. “Impact of knowledge on dietary control of type 2 diabetes mellitus in Khartoum state”
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