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nation-building

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) South African the advocacy of national solidarity in South Africa in the post-apartheid era
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He further said that sports can contribute to nation building in a huge way by not only fostering the spirit of Indian-ness but also in creating facilities and infrastructure.
In his talk, Dr Samad emphasized that state and nation building was not easy, but that whatever the solution, it has to come through an 'engaged citizenship' process.
LARKANA -- The Commissioner Larkana Division Mohammad Abass Baloch has directed officers of various nation building departments to realize their responsibilities, redouble their efforts to complete the development schemes in Larkana district in due time and ensure the quality of the work.
Okechukwu enelamah shares blueprint of his agenda for economic reform at the nation building workshop.
The theme of this year's commemoration is 'A Day of Reflection: Celebrating People Power for Nation Building.
15, presidential candidate Donald Trump made the following statement: "If I become president, the era of nation building will be brought to a very swift and decisive end.
Celebrations began with Gope Shahani, Vice-Chairman, unfurling the national tricolour followed by an address by CV Rappai who focused on students' contribution to nation building.
An essential element of nation building is the productive interaction between the old and the young.
Norman and Kalt find that the same principles that drive successful nation building among native communities also make for successful university research projects done in collaboration with or at the behest of tribes.
Japan and Asia: Economic Development and Nation Building
Although there have been forces dissuading strikes, such as the Arab-Jewish conflict, the decline of organized labor, and an increasing scarcity of jobs, Strike Action and Nation Building explores how the strike was used in the first half of the 20th century to improve the power, standing, and welfare of workers.
It is looking to contribute towards nation building by creating responsible citizens who will focus not only on conserving energy and natural resources (like fossil fuel-coal, oil, gas, water, managing waste, afforestation) but also imbibe civic and moral values.