A webzine covering an internet magazine on Policy for African development
A study of farming lives, past and present,including a radio programme and workshop materials.
Amanda Lebus is a London based artist who makes painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture and installation. This website showcases some of her work.
A voluntary organisation running experiential workshops in prison and the wider community on how to deal with conflict without resorting to violence.
Information and activities of Balsall Heath Forum, a community organisation for the Balsall Heath area of Birmingham, England.
Book Aid International works with library services and the local book trade, to promote reading and advocate the importance of books and information for development. Book Aid works in 30 developing countries, especially 16 in sub-Saharan Africa.
Clericus is an information exchange for research into historical materials of artists, scribes and illuminators - scientific analysis, ethnoarchaeology, artists "recipe books", and historically accurate reconstructions.
Information about Duncan Druce, composer, violinist, violist, writer on music and lecturer.
UK-based affiliate of the Les Amis Le Monde Diplomatique which supports the writings and tradition which has evolved over 50 years of publication of the Le Monde Diplomatique Newspaper. Our "Cafe Diplo" meetings at The Gallery at Farringdon, in the City of London on selected Monday evenings, are presented (in English) in the context of our global anti neo-conservative-liberal tradition, and give an opportunity for lively debate between speakers and audience.