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Women, Disability and Identity, Asha Hans and Annie Patrie (eds), New Delhi, Thousand Oaks, London, Sage, 2003, pp. 282, ISBN 0 7619 97008 (US hbk) 07619 9701 6 (US pbk) 81 7829 176 2 (India hbk) 81 7829 177 0 (India pbk), Cloth £29.99

Something To Do: The Development of Peer Support Groups for Young Black and Minority Ethnic Disabled People, Tracey Bignal, Jabeer Butt and Deepa Pagarani, Bristol, The Policy Press, 2002, pp v + 24, ISBN 1 86134 319 1, £10.95. South Asian Young Disabled and Their Families, Yasmin Hussain, Karl Atkin and Waqar Ahmad, Bristol, The Policy Press, 2002, pp iv + 33, ISBN 1 86134 326 4, £10.95. User‐defined Outcomes of Community Care for Asian Disabled People, Ayesha Vernon, Bristol, The Policy Press, 2002, pp iv + 38, ISBN 1 86134 446 5, £10.95. Best Practice in Mental Health: Advocacy for African, Caribbean and South Asian Communities, Asha Rai‐Atkins and Anab Ali Jama, Norman Wright, Velma Scott, Chris Perring, Gary Craig and Savita Katbamna, Bristol, The Policy Press, 2002, pp vi + 51, ISBN 186134 394 9, £12.95


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One of the Ameshas of Iranian Zoroastrianism, Asha (Arta or Ashavahisht) was the guardian of fire and of moral and physical order.

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