Greetings from INESOR!
In this edition, we are happy to give you some insights of things that kept us busy in the last Quarter. This newsletter contains stories of a video seminar presentation on findings of a study on Slave Trade held on 17 J. Also contained is a train-ing in Qualitative and Quantitative Data Analysis Methods. Further we are happy to share information on the awarding of three of our staff during the UNZA Institutional Labour Day Celebrations held on 18th May 2018.
Insights of papers presented at two different research fora are also included. These include a paper on Labour Relations and Social Dialogue in Chinese Investments Peer Review Workshop held on 19 April, 2018 at Protea Hotel in Lusaka. We also have an article on issues affecting people living with disabilities emanating from a meeting on Disability held at Intercontinental Hotel on 29 June, 2018. Another paper on Value Chain Analysis of Indigenous Poultry Sub - Sector in Lusaka and Surrounding Districts - Zambia was presented at the Southern Africa Regional Policy Forum held at Southern Sun Hotel, Johannesburg, South Africa from 14 - 15 May, 2018.
The newsletter also includes an orientation workshop for lecturers who will be involved in delivering the first ever Degree Programme in Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) to be introduced at the Universi-ty of Zambia (UNZA). Finally, a story of our on our participation at UNZA’s exhibition at the 2018 International Trade Fair held from 26 June to 4th July, where UNZA scooped second prize in the Edu-cation Service Providers category.
We welcome comments on these and other aspects of our work. Your contribution and input is valued as they help us improve our work.
Dr. Jolly Kamwanga||en