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Sierra Leone studies at Birmingham, 1983 proceedings of the Third Birmingham Sierra Leone Studies Symposium 15th/17th July 1983, Fircroft College, Birmingham by Birmingham Sierra Leone Studies Symposium (3rd 1983)

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Published by Centreof West African Studies, University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


  • Sierra Leone -- History.

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Statementedited by Peter K. Mitchell and Adam Jones.
ContributionsMitchell, Peter K., Jones, Adam.
LC ClassificationsDT516.5
The Physical Object
Pagination407p. :
Number of Pages407
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15112184M
ISBN 100704407213

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Books for all in Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone’s national library service, the Sierra Leone Library Board (SLLB) has 21 branches countrywide. The public library network offers a vital service in Sierra Leone, providing a space where people from all walks of life can read for study, study and life-long learning. The Journal Of Sierra Leone Studies Editor: John Birchall. Home; Welcome to The Journal of Sierra Leone Studies. This is the first Journal dedicated solely to Sierra Leone to have been published for a long time. We hope that it will be of use to academics, students and anyone with an interest in what for many is a rather ‘special’ country. Reconstructing Security after Conflict: Security Sector Reform in Sierra Leone, with Co-author, Peter Albrecht. Palgrave, Security Sector Reform in Sierra Leone - Views from the Front Line, (Edited book), Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces, Lit Verlag, Berlin, July ‘Whose justice in Sierra Leone? Get this from a library! Sierra Leone studies at Birmingham, proceedings of the fifth Birmingham Sierra Leone Studies Symposium, 15thth July , Fircroft College, Birmingham. [Adam Jones; Peter K Mitchell; Margaret Peil; University of Birmingham. Centre of West African Studies.;].