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RwandanStories is a great collection of video, photography and journalism exploring the origins, details and aftermath of the Rwandan genocide through the eyes of both survivors and perpetrators [according to the site editor's information, editorial staff iliissAfrica].
The Centre for African Studies at hte University of Leeds, UK, gathers several disciplines to offer undergraduate and postgraduate studies in African Studies ("Contemporary Africas: History, Society and Culture" and "Global Development and Africa"). Furthermore, the Centre runs the "Schools Africa Project", which made evaluations about pupils perception of Africa (including online fulltext of reports) and sends students into the school classes to give a different view on Africa. The Centre's newsletter offers you book reviews, annual reports and some interesting articles. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
In terms of an engagement for an anti-rassist and anti-colonial commemorative culture in Berlin-Brandenburg, Berlin-Postkolonial was founded in 2007. Its members try to stimulate a critcal discourse of the regional colonial history in their global dimensions and to broach the issue of present post-colonial and rassist thought patterns and societal structures. Berlin Postkolonial is therefore trying to cooperate with similar initiatives in the concerned areas and in Germany [according to the 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]
Press clippings, links and more information on Berlin's Charité return of stolen bones to Namibia. End of September 2011 an official delegation from the Republic of Namibia came to Berlin to bring the skulls of Herero and Nama, who were killed by German troops during the Genocide of 1904-08, back home finally. [editors ilissAfrica]