New from H-Net, H-Human-Rights is a discussion network for scholars, policymakers, authors, historians, and other interested people devoted to the history, analysis, theory, and practice of human rights.
Africa's rich indigenous justice traditions, focused on repairing the community harm caused by crime, have been revived to complement and in some cases to replace Western-based criminal justice systems. Restrorative Justice Online showcases these articles
The Brenthurst Briefings are regular newsletters published by the Brenthurst Foundation to keep readers abreast of economic and political developments of importance to the economic well-being of Africa. "The purpose of this monthly newsletter is not to give busy people another thing to read on Africa, but to highlight, summarise and access important recent analysis on and events in Africa". Include: Key Statistics on Africa; Important African Policy Developments
"The Micro-Foundations of Mass Politics in Africa" was a conference held at Michigan State University, 12-13 May 2007 by Afrobarometer Network, the Department of Political Science and the African Studies Center at Michigan State University. Full-text conference papers are now online. More...
Groundviews - Sri Lanka's first and only tri-lingual citizens journalism website features a wide range of articles on humanitarian issues, media freedom, human rights, peace, democracy, constitutional reform and governance.