A non-profit organization dedicated to providing accessible information and analysis on African issues.
Interview with Philip Emeagwali on corruption, military dictators and the flight of "intellectual capital" to the West, and the flight of money from Africa to Swiss banks.
Works to identify social-sector issues of regional concern in Africa and participates in research, analysis, and dissemination activities related to these issues.
The Peace Resource Center contains a large collection of international human rights treaties, instruments, general comments, recommendations, decisions, and views of treaty bodies; other U.N. human rights materials, with an emphasis on peace and war related materials
An advocacy tool for social justice, designed specifically for those working in Africa -- subscription information and archives.
Discusses the problems of protecting landowner's rights from conflicting outside economic and social interests. Page explains what Oxfam is doing to help this situation and key principles guiding the NGO's policy.
Worldnet television interviews renowned Nigerian scientist, Philip Emeagwali, on the social, economic and political impact of the emigration of African intellectuals, scientists and medical doctors.
Ongoing news and analysis about the drought and politics behind the famine in Africa. Includes reports by region, aid worker's diary, pictures, audio, video and discussion forum.
South African NGO supporting long-term security and development needs in the vision of the African Renewal and the values of Pan-Africanism. Includes programme areas, documents, events, training and online copies of Pax Africa, supporting peace and security.