1. ComAfrica Institute
    • COMAFRICA was founded in 1985 as a result of an initiative to bridge academic research with the implementation of foreign policy by sectors of the Brazilian civil society as a public policy. A decisive factor was the concern with the foreign policy of tolerance and omission regarding Apartheid in South Africa and colonialism in Namibia by successive Brazilian governments of the time.
  2. International Institute of Social History
    • African Labour and Social History: The International Institute of Social History presents an online guide of its collections on African labour and social history. The Institute's recent acquisitions in this area have significantly added to its African collections, in particular, Southern Africa, especially South Africa. This is a consequence of the importance of the anti-apartheid stuggle and the presence of mining and industry and hence, labour organizations in the area.