[Humanist] 24.380 new publication: Mother Pelican 6.10

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        Date: Sat, 02 Oct 2010 23:36:14 -0400
        From: Luis Gutierrez <luisgutierrez at peoplepc.com>
        Subject: Mother Pelican ~ Vol. 6, No. 10, October 2010

FYI ... the pelican journal of sustainable development has been renamed 
*Mother Pelican* in honor of the *Human Being* she represents.

The October 2010 issue has been posted:
http://www.pelicanweb.org/solisustv06n10page1.html

Going Forward After the UN MDG Review Summit
     1. Current Status of the Millennium Development Goals
     2. Review of the "Keeping the Promise" Declaration
     3. Timidity of National Governments and Global Citizens
     4. Ms. Michelle Bachelet and the UN Women Entity
     5. Sustainable Human Development and the MDGs
     6. Links to Key UN and MDG Documents and Resources
     7. Links to News and Reports about the MDG Summit
     8. Current Research on Sustainable Human Development
     9. A Meditation on Sustainable Human Development

Supplements:

     Supplement 1: Advances in Sustainable Development
     Supplement 2: Directory of Sustainable Development Resources
     Supplement 3: Sustainable Development Simulation (SDSIM)

Articles:

Socioeconomic Democracy: A Psycho-Politico-Socio-Economic System,
by Robley George.

Composition and Trends of Homestead Agroforestry in Bangladesh,
by Sourovi Zaman et al.

Will Working Mothers' Brains Explode? The Popular New Genre of 
Neurosexism, by Cordelia Fine.

A Paradise Built in Hell: Communities that Rise to the Challenge of 
Disaster, by Rebecca Solnit.

We Need Millennium Development RIGHTS, Not Just Goals,
by Phyllis Bennis.

Feedback is cordially invited!

Sincerely,
Luis

Luis T. Gutierrez, Ph.D.
The Pelican Web
Editor, Mother Pelican: A Journal of Sustainable Development
http://pelicanweb.org
A monthly, CC license, free subscription, open access e-journal





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