Vol. 3 No. 1; March 2016

Vol. 3 No. 1; March 2016 (5)

Celebrating the local traditions for global heritage tourism

Author: Saiful Anwar Matondang

The illusion of the gap: ratification and implementation of ILO fundamental convention on the abolition of child labour in Cameroon

Authors: Siona Ndeh Cynthia & Oyegoke Teslim Bukoye

On some future tense participles in modern Turkic languages

Author: Aynel Enver Meshadiyeva

Role of women in the establishment of local institutions in Bethlehem Governorate and its prospects

Author: Mousa Jobran

Impact of external university housing: a case of social adjustment among students of Al-Quds University

Author: Basim Surkhi

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