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The libcom.org group is a small collective of libertarian communists based mainly in and around London and Brighton UK. This sub-site deals with topics like class struggle, social justice, freedom etc. in Africa.
The site offers extensive information and full text documents about the thoughts of African intellectuals and especially about the topic of "reappropriation of African history, culture, etc" and "overcoming the self alienation that was brought through colonialism". There is an alphabetical index of all authors, but also a classification by periods of time / intellectual currents of thought (1845-1960),. Furthermore you can find many full text documents concerning these topics written by other authors. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
4 e-books about Africa / African Studies from the catalogue of the Latin American Social Sciences Council: 1) Argentina y África en el espejo de Brasil¿Política por impulsos o construcción de una política exterior?2) Las ciencias económico sociales latinoamericanas en África Sudsahariana3) Los estudios afroamericanos y africanos en América Latina4) O pensamento africano subsaarianoConexões e paralelos como o pensamento Latino-Americano e o Asiático. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Offical site of two Ministries in charge of education in Mali. The site is relatively new and not all the links are already working. You will find news, official documents for download (among others a study about the "Le système éducatif malien", 2010, and the "Annuaire National Des Statistiques Scolaires De L’enseignement Fondamental" 2002 - 2009), and other information concerning the educational system, like for example the question of national languages. You will also find the text of the National Anthem in several malian languages. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
In his article, Alegi looks at an early stage of the life of former ANC president and Nobel Peace Prize winner Albert Luthuli in which he was interested in football before entering politics. Alegi then analyses the early relationship between football and anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa. He is the author of several books and articles concerning football in Africa / South Africa and is assistant professor at Michigan State University. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Homepage of the Japanese Political Scientist and Africanist Dr. Iwata. He has done research in different west African countries (Senegal, Benin, Burkina Faso, Mali, Togo, Ghana), working on African Politics with focus on Democratization, State, Power, Decentralization, Civil Society, Local Government's international cooperation, Religion. You can browse the site with the help of the page numbers in the URL. On page 003 you will find Dr. Iwata's publications, some as fulltext documents. Most of them are in japanese, some in English or French. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
"OCPA, the Observatory of Cultural Policies in Africa, is an independent pan-African non-governmental organisation aiming to enhance the development of national cultural policies in the region and their integration in human development strategies through advocacy and promoting information exchange, research, capacity building and cooperation at the regional and international level." The website offers several fulltext documents, a newsletter about activities and projects, lists of cultural institutions etc. and more information. [according to site editor’s information] ... [supplemented]