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An online educational resource designed especially for high school and undergraduate students.
The site contains original video interviews with 45 South African activists.Full-length interviews are available, along with 140 interview segments organized topically.
Furthermore, the site contains raw video footage documenting mass resistance and police repression, historical documents, rare photographs, original narratives and essays, and educational activities that use the primary materials on the site.
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The network CopySouth, which was initiated by Prof. Story of the University of Kent (Kent Law School) among others, analyses international copyright questions critically. The focus is on the relationship between "the North" ("The West") and "the South" (so called developping countries) and the question, which disadvantages the mostly Western style copyright has for the countries in "the South". The website provides you with a lot of fulltext documents and campaign posters about the following topics: Access to Information / Freedom of Information / Right to Information, Intellectual Property / Copyright, digital divide and much more. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
NMK, a state corporation, is a multi-disciplinary institution whose role is to collect, preserve, study, document and present Kenya's past and present cultural and natural heritage. This is for the purposes of enhancing knowledge, appreciation, respect and sustainable utilization of these resources. NMK manages many several Museums, Sites and Monuments of national and international importance alongside priceless collections of Kenya's living cultural and natural heritage. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
The author is a former professor of anthropology and archaeology who put online many photographs from Africa as from the 30ies and 40ies onwards. It is not always clear if he took all the pictures himself, as a lot of captions say that the year and the country of the picture is not known. [editors ilissAfrica]
INEP is a public research institution in Guinea-Bissau, founded in 1984. Its website offers you a lot of resources: digitised historical photographs, the fulltext of two scientific journals (starting from 1985/86), several fulltexts of theses, CVs of researchers, information about partners and projects. "Studies and research mainly focus on social sciences, economy, anthropology, modern history, environmental studies and applied technologies. The research programmes are clearly related to developmental issues. INEP has the mission to preserve and to produce knowledge about Guinea-Bissau." [editors ilissAfrica] ... [according to site editor’s information]