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NINA FISHMAN TRANSLATION AWARD
Nina Fishman was a political historian, thinker and activist, and the author of important books such as The British Communist Party and the Trade Unions (1995) and the two-volume Arthur Horner: A Political Biography (2011). She was also an active member of the board of the Barry Amiel and Norman Melburn Trust. In her honour a specific fund has been created to support the translation into English of works that fall within the interests of the Trust. No topic is specified but the Trust is particularly keen to support works on topics that would have interested Prof. Fishman such as Labour history, European socialism and social democracy, the theory and practice of industrial relations (for further information on this please see http://www.ninafishman.org/). The Trust will consider applications for translations of essays, articles, book chapters and interviews as well as full length books.

The Barry Amiel and Norman Melburn Trust will consider applications for this award on Thursday, 24th October 2013. The closing deadline for submissions to this meeting is Thursday, 12th September 2013.

If you do wish to make an application for funds, please contact the administrator on apply@amielandmelburn.org.uk specifying that you wish to apply for the ‘Nina Fishman Translation Award’. You will be sent application guidelines along with an application form specifically for the Nina Fishman Translation Award. Application forms are only available from the administrator. Any applications which do not meet the application guidelines will not be accepted.


The Sam Aaronovitch political writing prize

2009: Ines Newman,
The Future of Local Development
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2008: Alison Wolf, King's College London Davidson
Round and round the houses: the Leitch Review of Skills
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2007: Danny Dorling,Sheffield University
Inequalities in Britain 1997-2006: the Dream that Turned: Pear-shaped
.

2005: Fred Robinson, Keith Shaw, and Gill Davidson
On the Side of the Angels’: Community Involvement in the Governance of Neighbourhood Renewal.

2002:Glyn Robbins
Taking Stock – Regeneration Programmes and Social Housing.

2001: John Diamond
Managing Change Or Coping With Conflict? – Mapping The Experience Of A Local Regeneration Partnership
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2000: Christina Ashworth
Changing Cultures and Building Shared Ownership
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Dave Cope's remarkable BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF GB is now available on line




New Political Writing Prize 2005
Winners of the Barry Amiel and Norman Melburn Trust/New
Statesman Prize for New Political Writing on the subject:
Do women’s rights remain the privilege of the developed world?


First: Racheal Walker
Second: Verity Johnson
Third: Sarah Solemani and Tanya Angerer

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