The Network is an international and inter-universities program aiming at collecting and editing "grey literature" documents about recent events and about economic, social and politic prospective for the region.Countries of interest : Burundi, Rwanda and the regional context (Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Democratic Republic of Congo - DRC). Working languages (depending from the original documents) : English, French, Kinyarwanda, Kirundi (including English & French abstracts for the documents in local languages). ... [according to site editor's information]
"Our objective is to promote the institutions of democracy, social justice, Human Rights, Peace, Freedom of Expression, and Respect to humanity in Rwanda, Uganda, DR Congo, Burundi, Sudan, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, and Somalia. We strongly believe that Africa will develop if only our presidents stop being rulers of men and become leaders of citizens. We support Breaking the Silence Campaign for DR Congo since we believe the democracy in Rwanda means peace in DRC." You will find background articles, news, eyewittness accounts and more. [according to site editor’s information] ... [supplemented]
The ultimate goal of this association is to further our understanding of human response to climate change in a diachronic framework. On their website, you will find information about different (sub-)projects, publications and members. [according to site editor’s information] [supplemented]
The research unit (RU) will investigate resilience, collapse and reorganisation in complex coupled social-ecological systems (SES) in Africa. Contemporary research shows that Africa not only is the continent most comprehensively affected by global climatic change and environmental transformations, but that societies, economies and environments are also massively impacted by forces of internal mobility and differentiation, violent conflict, economic globalisation and global environmental governance. Website informs about members, projects, cooperations, events and offers a project database to archive all research data. Additionally, all pictures, presentations, publications, and reports can be included. All data is provided with accurate metadata for searching and categorization purposes. Depending on the rights and the development process of the data, the access to download the data may be restricted. ... [according to site editor's information, editors ilissAfrica]
Interdisciplinary network for the research on environmental issues in Africa. You will find information on participating scientists, on key topics of research and on events. Furthermore, you will find a fulltext of a doctoral thesis with the title: "Wildlife is Our Oil: Conservation, Livelihoods and NGOs in the Tarangire Ecosystem, Tanzania". ... [editors ilissAfrica]
The database of the University Library Bielefeld (Germany) offers free access to fulltext documents written bei members of the university. These may include working papers, articles, theses, dissertations etc.
Homepage of the Centre of African Studies at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. You will find information about the Centre, the staff, research and research projects and a collection of Occasional, Working and CAS Africa Papers in fulltext. The CAS offers courses on most aspects of contemporary Africa. If you are interested in African politics, development, economics, anthropology, geography, history, religion, languages or the arts you will find it in the CAS teaching programme. All our courses are based on an inter-disciplinary approach. [according to site editor’s information] ... [supplemented]
Homepage of R. Blench PhD, whose working focus is drylands management, the environment and rural development in (West) Africa and Asia. You can find many freely accessible online papers about these topics, but also about other topics (e.g. the Ghana-Togo-Languages, see table of contents). Please note that the site is somewhat nested and offers more than is visible at first sight. The papers under "Mallam Dendo Consultancy" and "Publications" are not identical. ... [editors ilissAfrica]