The links below will connect you with sister NGOs and churches as well as government agencies, international institutions, and other groups with a role or interest in Africa. [according to site editor's information]
Links to many professional organisations like press agencies, international organisations, associations of journalists, informational gateways, gateways to formation in the media etc. [editors ilissAfrica]
Blog about artists from Africa and artistical events, partly written by the author himself, partly collected from other sites, including pictures and videos from sites like youtube, myspace etc. Furthermore you can find two lists with links to sites from African artists and from institutions (museums etc) that exhibits art from African artists. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
A listing of African Studies Programmes, institutes, research centres etc. in the African Studies all over the world. H-Africa encourages discussion of Africa's history, culture, and African studies generally. Africanists of all disciplines are encouraged to subscribe. (...) H-Africa reviews scholarly books efficiently and competently. Our reviews, of great value to scholars, increasingly are read more widely than other review forums. [according to site editor's information] ... [supplemented]
The website "Laenderkontakte.de" (country contacts) was created in 2004 on the basis of the publication "Handbuch für deutsch-internationale Beziehungen" (Handbook of German-International Relations), 1997. It is continuously updated and up to now has more than 40,000 entries (July 2011). The website is a directory of German and foreign agencies, liaison offices, information centres and the like in the field of politics, foreign trade, banks, cultural exchange, media, development cooperation, humanitarian aid, science and research, and tourism. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Since the mid-1990s, Columbia University Libraries sponsored three online International Directories of African Studies, Middle East Studies, and South Asian Studies Scholars, otherwise known as IDASS, IDMES, and IDSAS. AMESA is meant to replace these separate directories. The entries are generated by the registered scholars themselves. The Directory is fully indexed, allowing readers to conduct a search by name or keyword (e.g. subject of interest, city or country, university or affiliation, etc.). You can also Browse the entire Directory, alphabetically by name.
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Connecting-Africa is the web portal for African Studies in the Netherlands. You can search for literature (including many full text documents), experts and organisations in their data base. You can add yourself to the data base by creating a profile. [editors ilissAfrica]
RAFID unites the university and other research groups that work in the field of development studies. Their aim is to facilitate access to information, documentation and training in development studies. On their site, you will find a data base with a meta search in journals relevant for that field and all the (bibliographical) information provided by the partner organisations.
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Directories of institutions and persons working in the field of African studies. Furthermore, a guide to cheaper or free access to journals for African institutions. "The Africa Desk is built around a series of five directories, designed to map the work and interests of people and places which form the Africanist community in the UK, including the many African scholars who maintain research links with UK departments or collaborate with UK academics. In addition to a new directory of African scholars maintaining links with the UK, it hosts the latest editions of the ASAUK Directory of Africanists in Britain, and the SCOLMA Directory of libraries and special collections on Africa. Two further directories cover Africanist journals in the UK, and specialist centres of Africanist research and postgraduate study." [according to site editor’s information] ... [supplemented]