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20/09/2012Sport For Inclusion Network Project Presentation.pdf
Checked Out To: INTERN ADSSport For Inclusion Network Project Presentation.pdf
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4. Existing practices:By themes:SportEurope and Central Asia Region
16/05/2014The African diaspora - Miami Dade College.aspx
  
This guide is designed to provide students, faculty, and staff with free credible online resources as well as lists of materials found in Miami-Dade College's libraries on the history and literature of persons of African descent.
4. Existing practices:By themes:People of African descentAmericas Region
16/05/2014African Diaspora.aspx
  
The African Diaspora guide covers useful resources for doing research about the culture and history of people of African descent living in the Americas (including the Caribbean), Europe and Asia.
4. Existing practices:By themes:People of African descentAmericas Region; Asia Pacific Region; Europe and Central Asia Region
16/05/2014African American Digital Archives.aspx
  
The purpose of this guide is to recommend electronic digital collections for researching African American history
4. Existing practices:By themes:People of African descentAmericas Region
16/05/2014Caribbean Studies Reference Sources.aspx
  
This is a broad guide covering humanities and social science aspects of Afro-Caribbean life and culture.  It is a selective list of reference sources on Caribbean  Studies available in the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library.  As a guide, it will lead the user to more extensive material in the subject area.
4. Existing practices:By themes:People of African descentAmericas Region
16/05/2014Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice (CSSJ).aspx
  
The Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice (CSSJ) is a scholarly research center with a public educational mission.   Recognizing that racial and chattel slavery were central to the historical formation of the Americas, the CSSJ will create a space for the interdisciplinary study of:
Historical forms of slavery
How the legacies of slavery shape our contemporary world
Contemporary forms of human bondage
4. Existing practices:By themes:People of African descentAmericas Region
16/05/2014Le CIRESC.aspx
  
Les recherches du CIRESC s’orientent vers une histoire connectée des systèmes de traite et des esclavages sous un angle transcontinental. Cette connexion des systèmes permet de considérer plusieurs domaines où exercer cette problématique. Ces recherches seront menées selon les axes prioritaires suivants :
• Biographies et littérature des esclaves et des populations affranchies et descendants d’affranchis
• Citoyenneté et nation (politiques publiques)
• Circulations culturelles, patrimonialisation et politique de la mémoire
• Mobilités, migrations et transformations
4. Existing practices:By themes:People of African descentEurope and Central Asia Region
16/05/2014eBlack Studies.aspx
  
4. Existing practices:By themes:People of African descentAmericas Region
16/05/2014The Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition.aspx
  
The Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition, a part of the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale, is dedicated to the investigation and dissemination of knowledge concerning all aspects of chattel slavery and its destruction.
4. Existing practices:By themes:People of African descentAmericas Region
16/05/2014Institute for Research in African-American Studies at Columbia University.aspx
  
IRAAS is an intellectual community that bridges scholarship, teaching, and public life. We envision the project of African American Studies as a multi-disciplinary enterprise. Our faculty employ an array of theoretical approaches and methodological strategies to examine historical and contemporary formations in black culture, politics, and society.
4. Existing practices:By themes:People of African descentAmericas Region:United States of America
16/05/2014Guia de recursos de la CEPAL.aspx
  
Esta guía de investigación tiene el próposito de facilitar a los investigadores la búsqueda de información sobre Pueblos Indígenas y Afrodescendientes. A través de la navegación el usuario tendrá acceso a diversos recursos en formato electrónico, como artículos, estadísticas, legislación, documentos y bases de datos eleborados tanto por la CEPAL como por otros organismos vinculados el tema de esta guía
 

4. Existing practices:By themes:People of African descentAmericas Region
16/05/2014Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies.aspx
  
The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies was founded in 1970 to lend a hand to black leaders as the traveled the uncharted road from civil rights activisim to the political establishment.
4. Existing practices:By themes:People of African descentAmericas Region:United States of America
16/05/2014Lundu Centro de Estudios y Promoción Afroperuanos.aspx
  
LUNDU, fundada en el 2001, es una institución sin fines de lucro que busca el desarrollo de la población afro descendiente a través de la lucha contra el racismo, sexismo y otras formas de discriminación desde una perspectiva intercultural, intergeneracional y de género.
Promueve la investigación y defensa de los Derechos Humanos de la población afro descendiente y contribuye a la generación de programas, leyes y políticas a favor de esta población.Desarrolla con un equipo multi e interdisciplinario actividades educativas, artísticas y de investigación en coordinación con instituciones locales, nacionales e internacionales.
El trabajo de LUNDU aporta a la formación de una sociedad inclusiva y sin racismo, respetuosa de los Derechos Humanos que brinde oportunidades a todas las personas de manera democrática, equitativa y justa.
4. Existing practices:By themes:People of African descentAmericas Region:Peru