"On this site you will find videos relating to the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi enriched with synchronized transcripts, searchable index terms, and maps. Videos include testimonies of Genocide survivors and perpetrators, Gacaca Justice System court proceedings, and remembrance ceremonies.Digitized photos, publications, archival documents, and audio recordings relevant to the Rwandan Genocide are also available on this site." ... [according to site editor’s information]
Website of a French research group with international aspiration. The site serves to collect a lot of information on publications, research, theses etc. on "History of Law in the Colonies". [editors ilissAfrica]
"The Rwanda Documents Project was started by Professor Peter Erlinder of William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota as a result of his work as a defense attorney at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. The goal of the Project is to collect and make available primary source materials from international and national agencies, governments, and courts that relate to the political and social history of Rwanda from 1990 to the present. " ... [according to site editor’s information]
Genocide Watch exists to predict, prevent, stop, and punish genocide and other forms of mass murder. It seeks to raise awareness and influence public policy concerning potential and actual genocide. Its purpose is to build an international movement to prevent and stop genocide [according to the site editor's information, editorial staff ilissAfrica]....
Mmofra Foundation develops programs and products in inspiring environments in order to promote cultural awareness and learning outside the classroom for the benefit of children living in Ghana and Africa, so that they may become capable and creative change makers for a better world. [according to site editor's information]
Twaweza means “we can make it happen” in Swahili. Twaweza works on enabling children to learn, citizens to exercise agency and governments to be more open and responsive in Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda. They have programs, staff and offices across all three countries, and a world respected practice of learning, monitoring and evaluation. Their flagship programs include Uwezo, Africa’s largest annual citizen assessment to assess children’s learning levels across hundreds of thousands of households, and Sauti za Wananchi, Africa’s first nationally representative mobile phone survey. They undertake public and policy engagement, through media partnerships and global leadership of initiatives such as the Open Government Partnership. ... [according to site editor's information]
"postamble is a peer-reviewed [freely accessible] graduate student journal based in the University of Cape Town's Centre for African Studies that is published bi-annually online. The Editorial Collective of postamble are committed to featuring original post-graduate student work, of a high academic standard, that is of value to the multi-disciplinary study of Africa both within and outside of the university environment.postamble publishes articles of a general nature, as well as articles focussed on particular thematic or subject area. Articles cover a wide range of humanities, arts, science, and social sciences topics, and postamble actively encourages alternative forms of research presentation, including: creative writing, film and sound productions, and visual essays." [according to site editor’s information] ... [supplemented]
At 3.5% Africa has the highest urbanization rate in the whole world. The potential effects of these staggering growth rates are relevant for all Africans, both in the urban as well as in the rural areas. By 2040 the continent’s cities are expected to have to accommodate 79 Million additional inhabitants. The key issue for the ECAS7 is how urbanization processes in Africa transform conventional objects of African Studies and how do scholars of Africa gear up to face such changes? This is the question which the Centre for African Studies at the University of Basel (CASB) in Switzerland wishes to invite scholars of Africa to engage with in a more conscious and systematic manner [according to the site editor's information, editorial staff ilissAfrica]....
This collection contains more than 3000 slides, 500 photographs, 50 hours of sounds from forty-five different countries, as well as a large number of difficult to find texts that librarians, scholars, and other subject specialists have deemed important to these fields of study. The topics include slavery, language or Christian proselytisation / missionary work, among others. ... [according to site editor's information]