Africa: Art, Cultural, Health and Science Resources
Relevant organizations and useful websites
Useful Newsletters and Mailing Lists
- AF-AIDS ": A regional HIV/AIDS information network for Africa (in English and
French)...Over 200 organizations working in or with African Nations in the
response to the epidemic have already joined the forum." To join send e-mail to: af-aids @hivnet.ch (remove space)
with the word 'join' in the subject line.
- AFRO-NETS: The AFRO-NETS mailing list has been set up to facilitate the
exchange of information between the different networks active in Health Research
for Development in the Eastern and Southern African Region. It is a forum for
discussion that can support collaboration between the networks in the fields of
capacity building, planning and conducting research, transformation of research
recommendations into action, etc. The list also serves as a forum for
announcing meetings, training courses and other events of interest to the
networks. Subscribe by sending an email to
- Africa Focus Bulletin: The Bulletin will feature material from a range of
Africa-focused organizations. It will be limited to an average of 2 to 3 issues
a week and offer selected material relevant to promoting international policies
that advance economic, political, and social justice and human rights in Africa.
Contact africafocus @igc.org (remove space)
to subscribe or unsubscribe.
- Africa Trade Agenda: African Trade Agenda is produced by the Political
Economy Unit, Third World Network-Africa. TWN-Africa is co-ordinator of the
Africa Trade Network. For more info contact: TWN-Africa, Box 19452, Accra-North,
GHANA. Tel, 233 21 511189/503669. Contact: contact @twnafrica.org (remove space). Internet: http://twnafrica.org/
- E-Africa: Journal of Governance and Innovation To subscribe, email your
name, job title, organization and country to eAfrica-subscribe @ saiia.wits.ac.za (remove spaces).
To unsubscribe, email to [email protected]
- Femnet Bulletin: The African Women's Economic and Policy Network (AWEPON) is
a network founded on the principle that women have the fundamental right to
shape economic policies that impinge on their lives. It has partners in several
African countries and works with them to strengthen the capacity of women
especially at the grass root and national levels to influence the shape of
economic policy. Find out more information about AWEPON and other organizations
by reading the Femnet bulletin.
- Global Campaign for Education e-newsletter: The Global Campaign for
Education is an independent coalition of NGOs and trade unions campaigning for
the right to free, good quality education and immediate action on the Education
for All goals. Their email bulletin is produced as an information resource for
activists and practitioners. To subscribe, send a message with the word
'subscribe' in the subject line to: e-news @campaignforeducation.org (remove space),
- Independent Advocacy Project governance news Independent Advocacy Project (IAP),
the Nigerian good governance group, promotes - through advocacy, coalition
building, research, publications and information sharing - respect for good
governance in Nigeria. IAP produces a monthly electronic journal and you can
contact info @ind-advocacy-project.org (remove space).
- SADC Barometer: The SADC Barometer, a quarterly analysis by the South
African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA), focuses on key issues and
trends affecting the Southern African Development Community (SADC). For more
information or comment, please contact the SAIIA SADC researcher and SADC
Barometer editor, Richard Meissner on +27 (0)11-339-2021, e-mail: SADCBarometer @saiia.wits.ac.za
or meissnerr @saiia.wits.ac.za (remove space).
- Seatini Bulletin: Seatini focuses on trade issues. For more information and
subscriptions, contact SEATINI, Takura House, 67-69 Union Avenue, Harare,
Zimbabwe, Tel: +263 4 792681, Ext. 255 & 341, Tel/Fax: +263 4 251648, Fax: +263
4 788078. Email: seatini.zw @undp.org (remove space).
- Pula – A newsletter on women and ICT’s in Africa Pula is the
newsletter of the Association for Progressive Communications Africa Women (APC-Africa-Women).
Pula aims to promote and profile the work and activities of women's Information
and Communication Technology (ICT) initiatives in Africa and to act as a
communicative tool to link women to each other and to initiatives and
opportunities. To subscribe or unsubscribe email Africa @apcwomen.org (remove space).
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