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Website of the Centre for African Studies at the University of Mumbai, India (founded in 1971). You will find information about the centre and some fulltext documents under "Research" (working papers and some issues of the centre's journal "African Current". The current reesrach focus is on the India - Africa - China Trade Relations and Issues of Governance and Democracy in Africa and the Indian Ocean region. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
EISA is non-profit organisation, established 1996 and based in Johannesburg, that strives for credible elections, participatory democracy, human rights culture, and the strengthening of governance institutions. Having field offices in Kinshasa (DR Congo), Antananarivo (Madagascar), Abidjan (Cote d'Ivoire), N'djamema (Chad), Khartoum (Sudan), Bujumbura (Burundi), Nairobi (Kenya) and Maputo (Mozambique) its regional focus is no more on Southern Africa alone. EISA works in a number of programme areas, including
* Democracy, conflict management and electoral education
* Elections and political processes
* Balloting and electoral services
* Governance (political partes, APRM, institutions of governance and local governance)
* Online Democracy Encyclopedia
* Research and information (including a specialised library and in house publications).
EISA's work is supported by local, regional and international funding organisations.
A number of reports is downloadable. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
The Africa Power and Politics (APPP) research consortium ran from 2007-2013. It aimed to identify ways of ordering politics, and regulating power and authority, that might work better than those currently in place. APPP worked across 17 African countries and seven research streams, each devoted to a particular field of governance for development in Africa and brought together research centres and think-tanks in France, Ghana, Niger, Uganda, the UK and the USA [according to the site editor's information, editorial staff ilissAfrica]....
"The World Bank eLibrary is the World Bank's partly free partly subscription-based collection of nearly 6,000 books, reports, journals, and working papers. Among the many differences between accessing World Bank publications in eLibrary vs. the Bank's main web site is that eLibrary contains only the final, peer-reviewed versions of the Bank's formal publications." [according to site editor’s information] ... [supplemented]