The challenges for the foreign aid worker in rural central Africa
By Richard Bretherick
First published in The Linguist, 55,6
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We are seeking two CIOL members to serve on the Editorial Board for our journal The Linguist.
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CIOL is now seeking nominations from Associates, Members and Fellows who wish join CIOL's governing body. This year, for the first time, Associate members can stand for election and can also vote in the election process.