Title: A Personal Perspective: The Speeches of Joni...
Publisher: Institute of Pacific Studies
Publication Date: 2008
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
281 pp. Joni Madraiwiwi, Roko Tui Bau, former High Court Judge, ex-Vice-President of Fiji and highly respected as a public speaker, whose deeply considered, often provocative, yet always engaging addresses seek to build bridges, challenge stereotypes and "encourage his audience to reflect on the issues as part of the process of the nation-building". In this first compilation of his speeches, Joni Madraiwiwi offers a personal perspective on issues as varied as electoral systems, regionalism, HIV/AIDS, human rights, reconciliation, corruption, teaching-training, the environment, industrial relations, spirituality, wage levels and poetry; and eulogize some of those that he regards as heroes of our time. Bookseller Inventory # 9820203910USP4X012516
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