Initiatives and organisations observe and monitor over a period of time incidents, processes and trends in society and publish their findings occasionally in forms convenient for academic or other purposes.
Such yearbooks serve not seldom as a reliable source for facts and figures and render invaluable support to planning, implementation and evaluation in various fields – including
living conditions | population | education
segregation & exploitation
politics | labour | business | the economy | health & welfare
violence & crime | communication | governance
arts & culture | diary of events.
What practices and which policies used to determine day-to-day life years ago?
The table of contents and the headlines in some of the yearbooks published between 1977 and 2005 could give an insight into incidents, processes and trends in those decades. Read >> Yearbooks _1977-2005.