Why ‘independence studies’? — first page

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The term ‘independence studies’ was adopted by the Institute to denote the study of the wide variety of ideologies of social and national emancipation existing in the world today.

For a further outline of our aims, see the Institute’s statement Why ‘independence studies’?

For the Institute’s program for establishing this field of enquiry as a valid object of academic study and research in this country, see our Five-Point Academic Programme, and its plans for financing research in the subject through Grants and Bursaries.

For the Institute’s plans to develop its website into an information base for this field of study, see The Institute’s Library.

For the experience and background of the Institute and its precursor organisations in public, social and campaigning activity, see In the community.

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