Multilateral institution whose aim it is to assist the cooperation and solidarity between university institutions which work in French. The AUF offers its know-How, Cooperation, scholarships, training etc. in the educational sector and to universities. In West Africa, 43 institutions are members of the AUF. [editors ilissAfrica]
IFRA is a regional research centre financed by the French Ministry for Foreign Affairs. The department in Nairobi seeks to support research in and about east Africa (esp. Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda) in the field of social science and humanities. You have free access to the full text documents of the "Les Cahiers d'Afrique de l'Est" (starting number 17) and "Mambo - La lettre d'information de l'IFRA". IFRA also provides a list of libraries in East Africa and France. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Website of the Association of Commonwealth Universities. You will find a broad list of partner universities inclduing African ones. The ACU also publishes interesting documents. Unfortunately, most of them are only available to members. Some of the documents under "Reports and Papers", and all of the documents under "Student information summaries" are available to all. There, you will e.g. find the interesting reports of Jonathan Harle about access to information in African Universities. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
IFRA is a regional research centre financed by the French Ministry for Foreign Affairs. The department in Ibadan has no homepage of its own yet. The information you will find here are provided by the umbrella organisation "Instituts de recherches français à l'étranger". [editors ilissAfrica]
The Nilotic Language Research Network is an international group of linguists who are actively studying Nilotic languages( countries: Kenia, Uganda, Sudan, Tanzania, Democratic Republic of the Congo-Kinshasa, Ethiopia and Eritrea). Network goals are to increase the quantity and quality of linguistic work on Nilotic languages, and lay the foundation for cross-family searchable databases. Among others, you can find some full texts about research done in this area.
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CAAST-Net Plus is a network of more than 20 partner organisations from all over Europe and sub-Saharan Africa, working together to support bi-regional cooperation in research and innovation. Building on the activities and outputs of the CAAST-Net project (2008-2012), CAAST-Net Plus aims to: Encourage more and better bi-regional STI cooperation for enhanced outcomes around topics of mutual interest, and particularly in relation to the global societal challenges of climate change, food security and health. Foster discussion among stakeholders for gathering informed opinion and experience about the bi-regional cooperation process, formulating and disseminating it in such a way as to be admissible to the formal bi-regional STI policy dialogue process and to programme owners. ... [according to site editor's information]
The Association of African Universities (AAU) (founded in 1967) is an organization and forum for consultation, exchange of information and co-operation among institutions of higher education in Africa. It represents the voice of higher education in Africa on regional and international bodies and supports networking by institutions of higher education in teaching, research, information exchange and dissemination. At present, there are 212 members from 45 African countries. You can find a list of all member universities with contact addresses and homepages.
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Multilateral institution whose aim it is to assist the cooperation and solidarity between university institutions which work in French. The AUF offers its know-How, Cooperation, scholarships, training etc. in the educational sector and to universities. In Central Africa, 30 institutions are members of the AUF. [editors ilissAfrica]
On behalf of the International Social Science Council, this site invites to the third World Social Science Forum in Durban (2015) which will be co-hosted by HSRC and CODESRIA.A broad range of topics will be addressed under theme "Transforming global relations for a just world", many of which are open to interdisciplinary and comparative interrogation. These topics include amongst others -- global inequalities as it relates to governance, patterns of production and consumption, cultural exchanges, quality health and education, climate change and adaptation, and human rights and social justice. ... [according to site editor's information]