David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies, BYU
Development Assistance and Humanitarian Aid : The LDS Perspective
Proceedings of the International Society 11th Annual Conference, 14 August 2000. Provo, Utah
David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies, Brigham Young University
Contemporary challenges and achievements from a variety of perspectives. Talks are not listed individually in this bibliography, for they are generally very contemporary in nature, but they are nevertheless of interest to historians. They include the following: 'Relief Society Service; World Congress on Family II,: by Mary Ellen Smoot; 'Humanitarian Aid: The Challenge of Self-reliance,' by Elder James O. Mason; 'History and Practice of Socioeconomic Development,' by Donal B. Holsinger; 'Developing Community and Self-Help Initiative,' by Jan R. Van Orman; 'Strategies for Implementation: from the Macro to the Micro,' by Joan Dixon; 'Issues and Effectiveness of Macro Approaches,' by Garth Mangum; 'The Privilege of Service: Forty-five Years on the Asian Frontier,' by Malan R. Jackson; 'Latter-day Saint Welfare: His Sheep are Serving the World,' by Harold Brown; 'The Church's Humanitarian Effort,' by Garry Flake; 'Economic Salvation for Our Brothers and Sisters,' by Terry Oaks; 'International Welfare,' by E. Kent Hinckley; 'Chasqui Humanitarian Foundation of the Andes,' by Warner P. Woodworth; 'One Heart, One Mind,' by Tim Stay (re: Unitus); 'Back to Kenya: The Prince Cooperative,' by Joseph Grenny; 'Help International,' by Todd Manwaring; 'The BYU International Center for Law and Religious Studies,' by W. Cole Durham; 'International Study Programs: Reaching the World through Academic Excellence and Service,' by Rodney B. Boynton; 'Students for International Development Overview,' by Joanna Ekenes.