Mobile Museum Program of National Museum, Botswana at Ditshegwane Village (Study Tour visit, 1995) CAM workshop delegates in Guyana with the Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports, The Honourable Gail Texeira, 1999 Delegate display at GCAM workshop, Nairobi, 1997 Tswaing Crater, South Africa, 1995 Jennifer Wishart (left), Emmanuel Arinze, Jenny Daly at Museum of African Art, Georgetown, Guyana CAM delegates at the Tswaing Crater Interpretation Centre, South Africa, 1995 Children's dance troupe, Ditshegwane Village, 1995 Charity Namukoko Salasini, Zambia with child guest, GCAM workshop, Nairobi, 1997
 
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Bulletin Number 1 - Jan. 1996
Editorial
The President's Column
Key messages to CAM: Seminar and Outreach Program: Botswana and South Africa. Museums and the National Identity: Ideas, Issues and Applications, Sept 17-28 1995
Distance Learning Program Status Report
Resolutions Adopted at CAM Study Tour and Outreach Program
Report from the Previous Triennium
Lamu Fort Environment Museum
Exchange Column: Everything Old is New Again
Advocacy Alert: New International Convention on Cultural Property
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CAM Bulletin Number 1 - Jan. 1996

Editorial

Welcome to the first issue of the Bulletin of the Commonwealth Association of Museums (CAM). It builds on the former CAM Newsletter. CAM meeting in Botswana in 1995 was keen to provide increased networking among members. The CAM Bulletin will be a forum for exchange of ideas and information and discussion on critical issues promoting post colonial museology. All members are invited to make contributions within the scope of the forum.

This issue includes the speeches of key sponsors at the Commonwealth meeting in Botswana. The proceedings of the Botswana meeting are being finalised by our energetic Secretary General. Those of you with outstanding contributions must send them to Lois by the end of June.

The Association cannot overestimate the invaluable contribution made by Professor Keith Thomson of Palmerston North, New Zealand in editing and compiling the newsletter from 1987 to 1995. Keith is a longtime member of CAM and its Executive Council and it was his vision and his diligence which was responsible for the existence of the newsletter. Thank you Keith.

Dr. Amareswar Galla