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Chinese Women’s Magazines of the Qing and Early Republican Period A collaborative project funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada and the German Humboldt Foundation. exploring Chinese periodical publishing focuses on four key magazines published between 1904 and 1937. They include: Each entry has bibliographic and contextual information as well as […]
NORRAG –NORRAG Blog Series – #TheSouthAlsoKnows –NORRAG is a global network of over 5,000 members for international policies and cooperation in education and training. This blog aims to share learning and insights from research, innovations and projects developed and implemented by Southern experts and tackle issues in the South, highlighting their relevance for improving quality […]
KidsRights has published its annual index looking at children’s rights across the world, including the UK. The Index measures and ranks several domains including a child’s right to protection. It looks at child labour, adolescent birth rate and birth registration. Methodology is provided on the website.
The Missing Migrants Project from the International Organization for Migration (IOM) documents reported cases of deaths or missing people in international migration since 2014. Causes include inadequate search and rescue operations, harsh conditions during journeys, lack of health care, and violence at and around international borders. It includes accounts of specific cases, voices of families as well […]
The Paths to Equal – new twin indeces on women’s empowerment and gender equality based on data for 114 countries, including data on the progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals jointly developed by UNDP and UN Women. It aims to use multi-dimensional indices to provide a comprehensive assessment of women’s status globally. The first, the Women’s Empowerment Index, focuses […]
CrossAsia Portal The portal has been set up by the Specialised Information Service Asia (Fachinformationsdienst Asien) at Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. Includes library catalogues and open access repositories including Asian language materials. Some full text is for subscribers only. British Library’s Voices of Partition Recordings from the British Library Sound Archive and archival material about the […]
A special issue of Museum and Society has been published on the topic of museums in Ukraine https://journals.le.ac.uk/ojs1/index.php/mas/issue/view/231
South African Governmental Publications collection is now available on the LSE Digital Library. It contains government and colonial publications. These are comprised of Population censuses undertaken in the Cape of Good Hope from 1865 until the 1960s. There are also Education Statistics of Cape of Good Hope 1881-1985. The publications were digitised in 2016 as part of the […]
ACLED Early Warning Dashboard, a new hub that offers interconnected tools for tracking political violence and demonstrations around the world. It provides a single access point to four previous early warning resources — the Volatility & Risk Predictability Index, Conflict Change Map, Subnational Threat & Surge Trackers, and Emerging Actor Tracker — into a single, easy-to-use platform. Various […]
The 2023 Global Multidimensional Poverty Index report – Unstacking global poverty: Data for high-impact action – produced in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme Human Development Report Office has been published.It compares compares acute multidimensional poverty for over 110 countries in developing regions. Full methodology is provided on the website along with links to national and earlier […]