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Humanitarian crisis in the Congo : proceedings of the first Australian Conference Rally on the Democratic Republic of Congo, Brisbane, 2-3 September 2009 / André M. Kabamba (ed.)
Bib ID 4935856
Format BookBook
Author
Australian Conference Rally on the Democratic Republic of Congo (1st : 2009 : Brisbane, Qld.)
 
Description Brisbane : ACRoK, c2010 
420 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 9780980818901
Notes

Also published in French: Crise Humanitaire au Congo : actes de la première Conférence du Rassamblement Australien pour la République Démocratique du Congo, Brisbane, 2-3 septembre 2009.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Human rights -- Congo (Democratic Republic) -- Congresses.  |  Political violence -- Great Lakes Region (Africa) -- Congresses.  |  Geopolitics -- Africa, Central -- Congresses.  |  Congo (Democratic Republic) -- History -- 1997-  |  Africa, Central -- Ethnic relations -- Political aspects.
Other authors/contributors Kabamba, André Mbikay, 1941-  |  ACRoK Inc
Available From PO Box 721, Woodridge QLD 4114 

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