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Enterprising Émigrés of the Channel Islands

French Economic Migration under “Refugeedom” during the French Revolution

Sydney Watts

relations that can explain the lives of people in the French Revolution's emigration. 2 The Channel migration to and through the islands of Jersey and Guernsey included at least a fifth of the French émigrés who fled to Britain between 1789 and 1802. 3

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‘I Certainly Wasn't as Patient-Centred’

Impacts and Potentials of Cross-Training Paramedics as Community Health Workers

Ryan I. Logan

.301108 Sabo , S. , M. Ingram , K. M. Reinschmidt , K. Schachter , L. Jacobs , J. Guernsey de Zapien , L. Robinson and S. Carvajal ( 2013 ), ‘ Predictors and a Framework for Fostering Community Advocacy as a Community Health Worker Core

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Educating the Other

Foreign Governesses in Wallachia in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century

Nicoleta Roman

’ schools. For example, Marie Grant, born in Guernsey (Channel Islands), came to Wallachia in the 1840s to work as a governess in the home of Colonel Ioan Odobescu. 55 She made friends with young people of boyar and bourgeois background, and in this new

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A Dignified Meal

Negotiated Spaces in India’s School Meal Program

Sony Pellissery, Sattwick Dey Biswas, and Biju Abraham

unemployed adults in exchange for work, and education and food to children in exchange for part-time work. Another well-known program was started by Victor Hugo in Guernsey, France, in 1865, providing hot meals for children in the nearby school. By the late