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Africa fascinates. We want to convey the original thinking that is reshaping the continent. One of the more exciting developments was  the foundation of Ashesi University in 2012. As an early adopter of the liberal arts model of education in Africa, students benefit from a wide range of guest lecturers, which led to the establishment of the  Ashesi Economic Journal. Mot Juste edits and publishes the journal on behalf of the university.


Children’s Rights in Ghana: Reality of Rhetoric?

The challenge: re-publish an academic book in a more attractive way and at a more affordable cost for West African students. ‘Children’s Rights in Ghana’ was published in the USA at a cost of $75 per copy. Mot Juste obtained the rights and re-published the book at $25 per copy. The book is currently used by students of Sociology at universities in Ghana.

It isn’t often that good news stories emerge from Africa. Some 18 Ghanaian ‘thinkers’ – including a former Chief Economist of the Bank of Ghana, a director of Kosmos Energy, a former advisor to the Minister of Transport in Ghana and a professor of Sociology –  Positioning Ghana: Challenges and Innovations started the national debate on governance, development and policy making in Ghana. 418 Pages paperback, published by IFRA, Ibadan, Nigeria. Available through Amazon. Mot Juste provided editorial and design services.

For the biennial International Conference on Industrial Logistics (ICIL) we created the cover for its 2001 conference proceedings in Okinawa, Japan.

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