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The collections digitised in this project consist mostly of photographs dating from the late 19th to mid 20th centuries. They include historic records from tea planters associations with photos of tea plantations and their owners and workforces.
An online exhibition from the Black Cultural Archives Images and oral histories which focus on activism by black mothers in the UK in the 1970s. Includes campaigns for health, education and work.
A new hub created at LSE Social Policy which aims to act as a network and website for scholars working on the causes and impact of gender inequality in education, labour markets and the family.It includes details of projects, full text papers and events.
The Secretary-General of the United Nations has submitted report based on information and examples of best practices shared by States, UN entities and others on countering disinformation. Find it on this website.
A project by Charline Jao with the support of the Cornell Summer Graduate Fellowship in Digital Humanities, sponsored by Cornell University Library & Society for the Humanities. It contains over 500 poems printed in New York-based, nineteenth-century periodicals run by Black editors. The poems are by both well known and anonymous authors and include discussion […]
Released by the Institute For the Study of War, it is possible to download maps for each month of the war and to interact with them to zoom in and look at advances made by specific sides.
The archive of the IMT is now online via the Stanford Libraries and the Stanford Center for Human Rights and International Justice website. It includes original unedited footage which may be searched. It also includes digitised court room evidence archive of holocaust and Nazi rights abuses during the second world war.
Race Today : Free Texts : Free Download, Borrow and Streaming : Internet Archive Race today was first published in 1973 by radical journalists aiming to focus and spotlight issues relating to politics, life and culture of black community. It first campaigned for justice for the 1980 New Cross fire and contained interviews and work of radical black […]
Dr Sonja Marzi has launched the website of her project ‘Futuros urbanos desde las mujeres’. Based on her work on the right to the city of displaced and conflict-affected women in Medellin, it shows the challenges women face in the city. The website is in Spanish.
Ukraine Conflict Monitor has been expanded and updated by ACLED.There is now free access to real-time information and analysis on the war, including an interactive map of the latest data from the start of the invasion onward, a curated data file, and weekly situation updates. The Monitor is designed to help researchers and now includes reviews and […]