Links & Resources
This blog both accompanies and transcends the CGPACS conference on "Critical Humanitarianism in Africa" (UC Irvine, 2009). This is a forum for humanitarians and students of humanitarianism across a wide variety of expertise and disciplines, in Africa as well as the West (and elsewhere).
OTHER RECOMMENDED LINKS
The Focused Research Group in International Environmental Cooperation
The Focused Research Group in International Environmental Cooperation links researchers and techniques from the social and natural sciences in interdisciplinary efforts to address international environmental problems.
Insight on Conflict
Peace Direct's resource on local peacebuilders in conflict areas. You'll find information on how local people are working to resolve conflicts.
The Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC) of the University of California -
The University of California Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC) facilitates innovative, rigorous research into the causes of international conflict and cooperation. Founded in 1983 as a research unit serving the entire UC system, IGCC's multi-campus structure allows it to build research teams from all ten UC campuses and the UC-managed Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Laboratories, providing broad-based links to the U.S. and foreign governments, and policy institutes from around the globe.
Read about UCI Women's Studies Professor Jennifer Terry's project.
Los Angeles World Affairs Council
Seeks to promote a better understanding of current world affairs.
The Peace and Collaborative Development Network
A professional networking site to foster dialogue and sharing of resources in international development, conflict resolution, gender mainstreaming, human rights, social entrepreneurship, and related fields.
The Project on Defense Alternatives
The Project on Defense Alternatives has added full text-links to its public access Internet Library pages. These links lead to online documents, reports, articles published by more than 200 official and NGO sources.