Welcome to the Political Apologies and Reparations Other Resources page. The Other Resources page contains a list of various resources related to political apologies and reparations. These resources include links to related websites, information on current research in the field, links to applicable books and academic journals, and information concerning upcoming and past conferences concerning political apologies and reparations. The entries on this page are sorted according to the date in which they were entered into the database.

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email: political-apologies@wlu.ca
phone: 519.884.0710
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For media inquiries please contact Dr Howard-Hassmann directly at hassmann@wlu.ca

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Political Apologies and Reparations Resources

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Center for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights - Webster University
The Webster University Center for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide and Human Rights takes as its mission the education of our students, our faculty, our community and ourselves. To further this mission, the Center will engage in undergraduate and post-graduate education and will sponsor educational programs for the broader community (films, lectures, conferences, exhibits.) The Center will develop resource and curricular libraries/cybraries for use by educators and students both locally and globally. It will sponsor research and curriculum development and will serve as a conduit for student action and involvement. The Center will work collaboratively with other institutions having compatible missions.

Canadian First World War Internment Recognition Fund
The Canadian First World War Internment Recognition Fund exists to support projects that commemorate and recognize the experiences of all of the ethno-cultural communities affected by Canada's first national internment operations of 1914-1920.

Canadian Human Rights Commission
The Canadian Human Rights Commission is empowered by the Canadian Human Rights Act to investigate and try to settle complaints of discrimination in employment and in the provision of services within federal jurisdiction.

Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies - University of Minnesota
The Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies was established in the College of Liberal Arts in 1997 as a resource for teaching and informing the public about the Holcoaust and Contemporary genocide. As a resource center, it's focus is: for mobilizing University resources in the Twin Cities with outreach capability to pre-college teachers and other organizations. It works on campus with Center for Austrian Studies, Center for European Studies, Center for Bioethics, Departments of  German, History and Sociology, School of Law, Minnesota International Center, Art and Art History, Center for, Jewish Studies in the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Studies, Center for Advanced Feminist Studies.

Danish Institute for Human Rights
The work of DIHR includes research, analysis, information, education, documentation, and complaints handling, as well as a large number of national and international programmes. DIHR takes a multidisciplinary approach to human rights, and the DIHR employ staff from the areas of law, political science, economics, and others.

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