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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Political Apologies and Reparations Resources

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Human Rights Institute of Canada
The Human Rights Institute of Canada was incorporated in 1974 to help Canadians make governments accountable to the people of Canada.

Imaging Famine
Imaging Famine is a research project that details how famine has been represented in the media, from the nineteenth century to the present day. Its aim is to provoke a debate about the political effect of such photographs on our understanding of the majority world.

International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development
Rights & Democracy (International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development), is a non-partisan organization with an international mandate. It was created by Canada's Parliament in 1988 to encourage and support the universal values of human rights and the promotion of democratic institutions and practices around the world.

Joan B. Kroc Institute - University of Notre Dame
The institute's research agenda focuses on the religious and ethnic dimensions of conflict and peacebuilding; the ethics of the use of force; and the peacemaking role of international norms, policies and institutions, including a focus on economic sanctions and enforcement of human rights. In addition to individual research by faculty in a wide range of disciplines, the institute organizes collaborative research projects on these themes.

Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies
MIGS' approach is comparative and historical, involving scholars in Canada, France, Great Britain, Israel, and the United States. Through its Occasional Paper Series and its web site, it collects and disseminates knowledge created by researchers about the historical origins of the mass killings that have become such a prominent part of our time. MIGS also accomplishes its mission through teaching, workshops, conferences, and publications. Additional information and web links are made available on this Web site. MIGS seeks to encourage research by offering its resources and its hospitality to Concordia students and faculty, as well as post-doctoral fellows and colleagues visiting from other universities and research centres. You are welcome to propose Occasional Papers, new web links, and news items for inclusion on this site. MIGS activities are supported by private donations and outside grants.

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