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  1. The International Law of Human Rights in Africa: Basic Documents and Annotated Bibliography
  2. Words Into Action: Basic Rights and the Campaign Against Global Poverty
  3. International Law and Conflicts: Resolving Border and Sovereignty Disputes in Africa by Justice M. Mbuh, 2004-05-05
  4. South Africa: Human Rights and the Rule of Law
  5. Protecting Human Rights in Africa: Roles and Strategies of Non-Governmental Organizations (Pennsylvania Studies in Human Rights) by Claude E., Jr. Welch, 1995-12
  6. Africa and the Development of International Law by T. Elias, 1988-11-14
  7. Cultural Transformation and Human Rights in Africa
  8. Behind the Red Line: Political Repression in Sudan by Jemera Rone, Human Rights Watch, 1996-05
  9. Uganda : Scars of Death -- Children Abducted by the LRA by Human Rights Watch Africa, HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH STAFF, 1997-09
  10. International Affairs Review: Vol. 15,No. 1, Spring/Summer 2006
  11. Emancipation without Abolition in German East Africa, c. 1884-1914 (Eastern African Studies) by Jan-Georg Deutsch, 2006-11-15
  12. Islam's Black Slaves: The History of Africa's Other Black Diaspora by Ronald Segal, 2003-02-13
  13. Pursuing Justice and Peace in South Africa
  14. Emigration Dynamics of Developing Countries: Sub-Saharan Africa (Emigration Dynamics in Developing Countries , Vol 1) (v. 1)

81. World Forum On Democracy Resources
Democratic Institutions Citizens Democracy Corps civil Society and Defence of IndependentMedia in africa The Woodrow Wilson international Center for

82. International Organizations >> Links Page || Human Rights Campaign
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    UN Foundation UN Wire UN System News Links UNESCO: WHAT ACTION FOR AFRICA? Paris, November 7 ( No.2001-123) – Africa numbers 34 of the world’s 49 least developed countries (LDCs) and half the continent’s population is subject to extreme poverty, surviving on less than one US dollar a day. Moreover, Africa is home to 80% of the world’s population HIV/AIDS cases. Due to the many challenges facing the continent, the region has been one of UNESCO priorities since the 1990s. The Organization’s action in favour of Africa will be reviewed in the light of the New African Initiative – which has been renamed New Partnership for African Development (NPAD) - adopted by the Lusaka Summit of the Organization of African Unity (OAU) in July 2001. This is the purpose of an international seminar, Forward-looking approaches and innovative strategies to promote the development of Africa in the twenty-first century that will be held at UNESCO Headquarters on November 8 and 9.
  • 84. IVI-IPO - Military And International Issues
    in the international Criminal Court and the international treaty to africa ) but supportsthe HOPE for africa bill (Human rights, Opportunity, Partnership
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    85. Third World Network Africa - TWN Africa
    fullest meaning, including political, civil, economic, social at national, continentaland international levels against joint efforts for africa’s development

    86. Crisisweb: The International Crisis Group's On-line System
    The civil Concord law did create a genuine dynamic The international community mustabandon the illusion that an and improve respect for human rights, and in

    87. Fahamu - Our Funders
    rights organisations in southern africa, support for of the contributions made byinternational, regional and that upholds political, civil, economic, social
    About us: who we work with Our funders Fahamu wish to express our thanks to the following for their financial support for Fahamu We express our thanks to the following for their financial support to Fahamu Department for International Developmen t The Department for International Development (DFID) is the British government department responsible for promoting development and the reduction of poverty. DFID currently supports Fahamu 's Adilisha Human Rights Programme. International Development Research Centre (IDRC) Fahamu Writing for Change and support for the Adilisha Human Rights programme. European Union In implementing its human rights policy, the European Union recognises the importance of the contributions made by international, regional and non-governmental organisations to civil society and to the development of a democracy that upholds political, civil, economic, social and cultural rights. The Union values both the expertise which many organisations working to implement human rights possess, as well as their visibly high impact in the field of human rights. The European Union, through the European Initiative for Democracy and Human Rights, has supported a joint project with the University of Oxford for the development of distance learning materials in the Adilisha project.

    88. Homepage
    News, reports and in-depth information together with galleries, video and audio from a partnership Category Society Issues Environment Environmental Justice...... is now available to all civil society organisations. projects and organizations inAfrica working to international Education And Resource Network Sierra Leone
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    89. Directory Of Human Rights Resources On The Internet
    Focus Academic Freedom FirstInternational Campaign for Advocacy Project, The; AfricaPolicy Home Page; African Australian Human rights and civil rights Papers; B

    90. International Civil Society Rejects WTO Doha Outcome And The WTO's Manipulative
    international civil society represented by the undersigned WtowatchACT. Youth DevelopmentAfrica YDA (Uganda David Howenstein, JAMBO international Center, Japan.
    BACK TO MAIN ONLINE BOOKSTORE HOW TO ORDER JOINT STATEMENT OF NGOs AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS INTERNATIONAL CIVIL SOCIETY REJECTS WTO DOHA OUTCOME AND THE WTO’S MANIPULATIVE PROCESS International civil society represented by the undersigned organisations, having assessed the process and outcome of the WTO Ministerial Conference in Doha, reject the legitimacy of the Doha Ministerial Declaration as the result of an outrageous process of manipulation that is totally unacceptable for an international organisation. “EVERYTHING BUT DEVELOPMENT” OUTCOME The results of Doha have been shamelessly touted by developed countries and the Secretariat as a “development agenda” or a “development Round”. In our view, nothing could be further from the truth. Indeed, the Doha Declaration and its work programme can best be called “Everything But Development.”   It is a development disaster. The Declaration has committed the WTO to negotiate agreements on the four “Singapore Issues” (investment, competition, transparency in government procurement, trade facilitation) after the 5 th Ministerial - despite the opposition of a large number of developing countries and thousands of NGOs and social movements worldwide. By advancing the march of these topics into the WTO system, Doha has brought nearer a development disaster of great proportions as the proposed new agreements would close off many development policies and possibilities and result in re-colonisation and unprecedented powers to global corporations at the expense of sovereignty and people’s rights and needs.

    91. Gateway To African-American History, Dept. Of State
    linking africa and the Western Hemisphere, says the US Ambassador to Nigeria, HowardF. Jeter. In a speech to the Nigerian Institute of international Affairs
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    SUBJECT IN DEPTH African American History Month
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    Larger photo Grammy Award winner and legendary vocalist Nancy Wilson performs at the Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall in New York during a concert titled 'Nancy Wilson With Strings: Celebrating Four Decades of Music' on January 13, 2003. Wilson was accompanied by a an elegant 12-piece ensemble and a swinging 16-piece jazz orchestra to celebrate 40 years as one of the leading vocalists in the jazz scene.(AP/WWP Stuart Ramson) America and Art Through the Eyes of an African Artist Washington Six contemporary African artists including Ghana's acclaimed contemporary artist Bright Bimpong are being showcased at the Smithsonian's National Museum of African Art in an exhibition entitled "Journeys and Destinations: African Artists on the Move," which opened January 31. According to Elizabeth Harney, the museum's curator of contemporary art, "All of the artists selected for the exhibition form part of a significant and long-standing diaspora in Europe and America," and their art reflects their journeys of aspiration and inspiration from their respective homelands through art, life and the world to America.

    92. 2001 NED Annual Report: Africa Highlights
    for peace and democracy emerged in africa in the that has followed the brutal civilwars in The National Democratic Institute for international Affairs (NDI
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    2001 Regional Highlights: Africa As opportunities for peace and democracy emerged in Africa in the past year , NED responded quickly to meet the challenge. Nowhere was this more apparent than in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where NED nearly doubled its already substantial program from some $600,000 to nearly $1,000,000 for 28 projects empowering civil society groups throughout the country. The sudden death of the former dictator, Laurent Kabila, and the accession to power of his more pragmatic son, Joseph, ended a deadly impasse between the government and its opponents, and opened the way for negotiations through the Inter-Congolese Dialogue that could lead to peace, stability, democratic elections, and the reconstruction of the Congolese state. After the death of more than 2 million people in just a few years of civil war , the destabilization of the entire central African region, the pillage of the Congo's enormous resources by its neighbors and other international interests, and the general devastation of the country, Congolese have begun to turn the situation around, and NED is one of the foremost international agencies assisting them. Leveraging small grants from NED, groups were able to access additional funds to strengthen the international effort to buttress Congo's democratic process. Likewise, in Sudan and Angola, growing pressure for peace from civil society

    93. Case Watch - Apartheid Litigation: International Law Suit Filed On Behalf Of Apa
    responsible for aiding and abetting the apartheid regime in South africa in furtherance itselfas a crime against humanity and a violation of international law
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    International Law Suit Filed on Behalf of Apartheid Victims
    Khulumani et al. v. Barclays et al. The world community recognized apartheid itself as a crime against humanity and a violation of international law. Apartheid could not have been maintained in the same manner without the participation of the defendants. The lawsuit, Khulumani et al v. Barclays et al. , was filed late this afternoon in federal court in the Eastern District of New York. The suit is based on common law principles of liability and on the Alien Tort Claims Act, 28 U.S.C. §1350, which grants U.S. courts jurisdiction over certain violations of international law, regardless of where they occur. Twenty-two businesses, representing six industry types, have been named as defendants in the suit. The complaint seeks to hold those businesses, which the suit claims aided and abetted the apartheid regime, responsible. For example: IBM and ICL provided the computers that enabled South Africa to create the hated “pass book system” and to control the black South African population. Car manufacturers provided the armored vehicles that were used to patrol the townships. Arms manufacturers violated the embargoes on sales to South Africa, as did the oil companies. The banks provided the funding that enabled South Africa to expand its police and security apparatus. Recent historical evidence demonstrates that the involvement of companies in the key industries of mining, transportation, armaments, technology, oil, and financing were not only instrumental to the implementation of the furtherance of the abuses, but were so integrally connected to the abuses themselves that apartheid would probably not have occurred in the same way without their participation.

    94. 2002 CDNGF
    Defence of Independent Media in africa The Woodrow Volunteer Organization IYV KoreaInternational Corn Foundation Forum for 21C Koreascope civil Network for a
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    The following websites provide information and research materials relevant to the themes and principles of the Community of Democracy Non-Governmental Forum and Korean NGOs. Political / Civil Society Human Rights Freedom of Expression
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    96. International Broadcasting Bureau Homepage
    health initiative in the history of the world. Herb Pigman, Rotary international. Theyare English to africa, French to africa, Portuguese to africa, Swahili


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    Contact IBB Home ... IBB Personnel What Is the Polio Eradication Project?
    The Beginning VOA and the Polio Eradication Initiative Reporting Listener Contests Radio Dramas ... Television In 1988, the World Health Assembly resolved to eradicate polio by the year 2005. Since then the Global Polio Eradication Initiative has become the largest public health initiative in history, utilizing the skills and talents of the WHO, UNICEF, the Centers for Disease Control, Rotary International, USAID and hundreds of other private NGOs. In 1997, the International Broadcasting Bureau, through the Voice of America, launched a multimedia project in support of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative. The IBB has brought together the international broadcasting power of the Voice of America and WORLDNET Television to report on and increase awareness of polio eradication and related activities. The goal of this project has been to mobilize adults to immunize children during National Immunization Days and routinely throughout the year. The Polio Eradication Project also seeks to influence local and national media in polio endemic areas to continue providing coverage of National Immunization Days and to generate interest among political and media

    97. Web Resources
    Institutions Citizens Democracy Corps civil Society and of Independent Media in AfricaStanford University Project The Woodrow Wilson international Center for
    The following websites provide information and research materials relevant to Freedom House's work and principles. Freedom House is not responsible for content within the individual websites. Political/Civil Society Human Rights
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    98. Africa: Civil Society NAM Statement, 1
    the continents in Latin America, Asia and africa. and generate revenue for internationaldevelopment civil society organisations including trade unions in every
    Africa Policy Home Page Chronological Index (1998) Geographical Index (1998) Africa: Civil Society NAM Statement, 1
    Date distributed (ymd): 980908
    Document reposted by APIC +++++++++++++++++++++Document Profile+++++++++++++++++++++ Region: Continent-Wide
    Issue Areas: +political/rights+ +economy/development+ +security/peace+
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    This posting and the next contain the declaration from a meeting of civil society groups gathered preceding the 12th Non-Aligned Summit in Durban, South Africa. The 400K official statement by the governments gathered at the Summit can be found at the South African government web site ( +++++++++++++++++end profile++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ For more information on the civil society conference contact:
    The Foundation for Global Dialogue
    PO Box 32571 Braamfontein
    Johannesburg, South Africa 2017
    Tel: 27-11-339-6585; Fax: 27-11-339-6616 E-mail:
    Web: DECLARATION Representatives of civil society from the South gathered in Durban on 19 - 21 August 1998 at the University of Durban-Westville prior to the XII Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement to consider the priorities and challenges facing the global South in the next millennium. The conference was organised by the Foundation for Global Dialogue (South Africa) and the International Institute of Non- Aligned Studies (India) in co-operation with the South African National NGO Coalition, the Co-operative for Research and Education, the Group for Environmental Monitoring, the South African Campaign to Ban Landmines and the African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes.

    99. Yanker Poster Collection: Subjects: 13
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