1. The No-Nonsense Guide to the United Nations The No-Nonsense Guide to the United Nations

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    The No-Nonsense Guide to the United Nations

    The first book to distill the entire history of the United Nations into one accessible volume. Also available a an eBook.
  2. No Nonsense Guide to Women's Rights

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    No Nonsense Guide to Women's Rights

    All you need to know about Women's Rights in one handy guide. Also available as an eBook
  3. No Nonsense Guide to Global Media

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    No Nonsense Guide to Global Media

    This No-Nonsense Guide introduces the political economy of the major media
  4. The No-Nonsense Guide to the Arms Trade

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    The No-Nonsense Guide to the Arms Trade

    Completely revised edition. An insight into how the arms trade works and the deals which are cut long before the weapons are deployed. An important book that should be studied in every home, school and university. If all armed disputes in the third world were to cease today, all the economies of prosperous nation would collapse tomorrow. Amazon Customer Review (5 Star) Size: 18cm x 11cm, 144 pages, paperback. Publication date: October 2009
  5. The No-Nonsense Guide to International Development
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    The No-Nonsense Guide to International Development

    An exploration of all aspects of ‘development’ that shows it should be more social than political. Paperback: 144 pages Size: 10.9cm x 1.3cm x 18cm
  6. NONONSENSE series - 4 for the price of 3! NONONSENSE series - 4 for the price of 3!
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    NONONSENSE series - 4 for the price of 3!

    This acclaimed series relaunch in 2015 showcases topical issues, cover designs, clearer-than-ever layout with incisive writing for the students and the general reader.

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  7. NoNonsense Rethinking Education by Adam Unwin and John Yandell

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    NoNonsense Rethinking Education by Adam Unwin and John Yandell

    What is knowledge? Who decides what is important? Who owns it? These are central themes which run through this title which aims to change perceptions and understanding of education. Using historical and contemporary examples the authors examine the motivations, conflicts and contradictions in education. Breaking down the structures, forces and technologies involved they chart an alternative approach. 'A brilliant little book, which as the title suggests, doesn't mess around and gets to the nitty gritty of what's going in education. It's now a key reading for my students'. - Dr Alpesh Maisuria , Senior Lecturer at the University of East London 'This book offers hope for a truly profound re-imagination of education'. - Anthony Paré , Professor of Language and Literacy Education, University of British Columbia.
  8. NoNonsense Legalizing Drugs by Steve Rolles

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    NoNonsense Legalizing Drugs by Steve Rolles

    We urgently need to legalize and regulate drugs – this book explains why, and how to do it. 'Of all mankind’s self-inflicted wounds, ‘the war on drugs’ must be one of the most catastrophic . This passionate, articulate, and numerate statement of the case for legalising drugs could not be bettered. I hope it has the wide readership, and receives the careful attention, it deserves. It should be placed in the hands of all those who are in a position to make or influence policy and to reverse the present disastrous approach to what should be an entirely manageable human problem' Raymond Tallis, Retired Physician and Neuroscientist, Author, and Philosopher. Paperback: 144 pages Size: 18cm x 11cm
  9. NoNonsense Feminism by Nikki van der Gaag

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    NoNonsense Feminism by Nikki van der Gaag

    An international perspective on the resurgence in feminist movements: the advances and the setbacks, the challenges and the contradictions. ‘Informative and concise. Let us take inspiration and create a fairer, more feminist 21st century.’ - Winnie Byanyima, Executive Director, Oxfam International 'Very up-to-date, with a useful ‘very brief history of feminisms’, this is a quick read which should lead on to more detailed reading elsewhere (there are plenty of references). Recommended.' Peace News Paperback: 144 pages Size: 18cm x 11cm
  10. eBook: The Global Bakery by Anna Weston

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    eBook: The Global Bakery by Anna Weston

    Home baking goes global with sixty-four recipes to expand your cake-baking horizons. Discover a dazzling richness of cakes with easy-to-follow recipes perfect for domestic kitchens. 'Practical yet still exceedingly delicious, this world tour of cakes offers down-to-earth instructions for the everyday chef. Adventure arrives not through elaborate technique, but through whole ingredients and flavours from all over the world. Warm, clear, and free of intimidating steps.' - Foreword Review. Paperback, 184 pages.
  11. State of the World's Water by Maggie Black State of the World's Water by Maggie Black

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    State of the World's Water by Maggie Black

    Water is our most vital resource. The growing demands made by an increasing number of people adopting urban lifestyles and Western diets, coupled with a changing and less predictable climate, are putting pressure on the planet’s freshwater supply as never before. By 2025, four billion people may be living in conditions of water stress. And, even where water is plentiful, the poor are unlikely to have ready access to a safe, cheap supply. Paperback: 128 pages Size: 18.8 x 1 x 24.5 cm
  12. The World Atlas of Sport by Alan Tomlinson The World Atlas of Sport by Alan Tomlinson

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    The World Atlas of Sport by Alan Tomlinson

    This beautifully designed atlas profiles the world’s major competitive sports, from American football to Sumo wrestling. “I can’t recommend it highly enough.” – David Croft Paperback: 144 pages Size: 189mm x 245mm
  13. The Way to School by Rosemary McCarney The Way to School by Rosemary McCarney

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    The Way to School by Rosemary McCarney

    Minimal text and stunning photographs from around the world describe the remarkable, and often dangerous, journeys children make every day on their way to and from school. The Way to School is both a fascinating look at school around the world and a very subtle message to readers to appreciate what they have. - Kirkus Reviews This book helps remind us how much effort some children have to make to get to school every day. Each page features striking photographs of their journeys, over flood waters, up cliffs, along tightropes, wires or rickety bridges... Through these images, we can all reflect on the journeys we and others make each day. - Juno Magazine
  14. Where Will I Live by Rosemary McCarney

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    Where Will I Live by Rosemary McCarney

    A stunning photo-based picture book for younger readers takes a look at the thousands of children around the world who have been forced to flee war and conflict. Life for refugees, especially child refugees, is unimaginably tough, but these books do a great and important job in giving an insight into their lives.
    Steven MacKenzie, The Big Issue. "A poignant photojournalistic look at the issues confronting refugee children and their families... The true power of the book lies in its ability to spark classroom conversations, highlighting the need for cultural awareness and compassion"
    School Library Journal Hardback: 24 pages Age 4+ Size: 21.7cm x 27.5cm
  15. eBook: Juliana's Bananas by Ruth Walton

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    eBook: Juliana's Bananas by Ruth Walton

    An educational resource to help children of 5 and up explore Fairtrade through the eyes of the children of banana farmers in the Windward Islands in the Caribbean. 'This fabulous colourful book uses a Caribbean banana farming family to explain how international trade works and what it means to children, their families and communities. A great way to introduce Fairtrade and why it is needed!' - Jacqui Mackay, Banana Link.