United Nations Institute for Namibia

by Celine Graber

The United Nations Institute for Namibia (UNIN) was established in 1976 in Lusaka to serve as a higher education institution for the large exiled Namibian community in southern Africa. Its librarian, Christine Kisiedu, visited the BAB in the early 1980s due to its ‘great relevance to Namibian research and bibliography’. In 1985, she organised the ‘Seminar on Namibian Bibliography and Documentation’ which for the first time brought together bibliographers and researchers working on Namibia and attempting to decolonise knowledge production on this country.

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