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25 women, poets, mothers, daughters, lovers, workers, transformers are sharing their poetry and building the world. "The Women's anthology is magnificent. It is a pearl of the human spirit and a book to be read, felt beyond its pages and stored deep in our hearts. What I love the most is the fact that the poems are written by women from different countries and the consistency and beauty in each poem. Keep it up!!" -Mihlali Matanzima, South Africa "The book was refreshing. My favourites are many in this volume ... keep this up." -Dylan Dandah, Zimbabwe Kimberly Burnham, Editor Thuthukani Ndlovu, Collection Curator The Poets: Charlotte Addison; Kimberly Burnham; Sasha Leigh Coutinho; Ruth Ekong; Amina Hussain El-Yakub; Debbie Johnson; Usha Krishnamurthy; Alicja Maria Kuberska; Vimbai Josephine Lole; Cathrine Chidawanyika Makuvise; Chiwawa Fungai Manana; Tanyaradzwa Masaire; Kearoma Desiree Mosata; Xolani Msimango; Cheryl Zvikomborero Musimwa; Patience Osei Bonsu; Sandhya Padmanabhan; Toiwa Petronella; Nyakallo Posholi; Michelle L. Schmid; Linda Simone; Itzela Sosa; Rutendo Matewu Tigere; Latha Y; and Ruth Yacim. The Translators: Glenna Luschei; Xeshelihle R. Ncube; and Silindile Ndlovu
Regulations to promote health and safety may be costly relative to the expected health and safety benefits, and may actually have negative effects on health and safety. These negative effects, or costs, may be due to reduced private spending on health and safety, moral hazard, or the creation of new risks. This volume considers the use of costs--benefit analysis, risk--risk analysis, and health--health analysis to determine the mortality cost associated with regulatory expenditures.
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