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World Comics is a Finnish NGO that promotes small local comics as a means of social change and development. Projects have been run in India and Tanzania, but also in some other African countries. You will find a lot of information and resources (including videos) about how to create a comic, about comics already created for different campaigns, and reports about different actions. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
APAD is a network promoting dialogue between African and European researchers in the social sciences as well as with developments agents.Initially devoted to the empirical studies of interactions brought about by development, APAD's approach has evolved towards research regarding social change on the African continent in its broadest sense. The APAD Bulletin (Engl / French) is accessible online free of charge (it contains scientific articles).
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The extensive holdings of the British Library for Development Studies have been built up since 1966 and constitute Europe's most comprehensive research collection on development issues. Subjects include economics, education, environment, gender, health, politics, rural development, social development, and trade. ... [According to the site editor's information]
A special issue on social movements in Agrica of the German journal sul serio in cooperation with "Ouagadougou Sans Papiers" on the occasion of the World Social Forum in Nairobi 2007. [editors ilissAfrica]
The Ushaidi Platform can be used for information collection, visualization and interactive mapping of a specific topic. It was created as a tool for documenting the post-electoral violent events in Kenya 2008. Meanwhile, a number of other initiatives in Africa use this platform. For a list of projects see table of contents (as at April 2011). Ushaidi Blog was awarded best of the blogs by Deutsche Welle in 2010. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
le Groupement d’Intérêt Scientifique (GIS) des études africaines en France a été créé afin de permettre une meilleure visibilité des études africaines en France et au-delà.Cette structure se veut un lien entre l’ensemble des laboratoires et des chercheurs de ce domaine, en particulier les chercheurs isolés dans des unités dont la thématique est différente. ... [selon les informations de l’éditeur]