The ACMS at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa is an independent, interdisciplinary and internationally engaged Africa-based centre of excellence for research and teaching that shapes global discourse on human mobility, development and social transformation.
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The AUBP has produced a series of guide books and documents (all in both English and French) that will be interesting to both practitioner and scholars.
Note especially the 'Collection of Official Texts on African Borders from 1963 to 2012.
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This interactive map shows the evolution of European colonial claims in Africa from 1900 until the present. It was published by the british Guardian newspaper in 2011. Very useful teaching tool.
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This fascinating map of currently active African separatist movements was published by the British Guardian newspaper in 2012. Experts on the topic might have some issues about the inclusion/exclusion of certain cases or some of the supposed territorial claims, but it's pretty interesting and handy nevertheless, also as a teaching tool.
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The Groupe d’Etudes et de Recherches sur les Migrations (GERM & Faits de Sociétés ) is a research team of the Gaston Berger University of Saint-Louis. It is constituted of teachers and researchers of the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences of the Gaston Berger University, scholars from European and American universities, researchers from international organizations, and junior researchers who are doctoral candidates in Senegalese universities.
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The West African Border Markets website shows the current distribution of border markets in West Africa designed in the framework of CROSSTRADE, a research project on Informal Trade and Cross-Border Integration in West Africa coordinated by the Centre for Population, Poverty and Public Policy Studies (CEPS/INSTEAD) in Luxembourg and funded by the National Research Fund of Luxembourg (FNR).
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