Africa Files, Toronto /Canada

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  • AfricaFiles  is a network of people committed to Africa through its promotion of human rights, economic justice, African perspectives and alternative analyses.
  • AfricaFiles was launched early in 2002 by former volunteers from two groups based in Toronto but supported by numerous others – in Canada, Africa and elsewhere … (full text about).

Homepage;
Issue Ezine; Info Serv; Action; Research; Network; Pulse Podcast; Support; Membership;
Address: AfricaFiles, Room 21, 300 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON  M5S 1W3, Canada;
Contact.

Join Us /subscribe; When you join AfricaFiles, you join a network of people who share a commitment to Africa and who seek radical change alongside her peoples in the best interests of all. 

The AfricaFiles Network is, quite literally, a fellowship of “Africa-philes”. How you participate is really up to you. The various ways may include one or more of the following:

  • Keeping abreast of general developments on the continent.
  • Subscribing to our e-mail service on a particular topic, region or country.
  • Sharing your knowledge, expertise or experience through writing or editing.
  • Supporting us by making a donation to help cover our costs.
  • oining educational or advocacy events planned or co-sponsored by Africa Files.
  • Using our Africa Research section in your studies or work.
  • Taking action on a featured urgent issue.
  • Becoming an AfricaFiles volunteer to help plan or maintain AfricaFiles programmes.

However you choose to be involved, you are welcome to join us! Although anyone is free to view the AfricaFiles website without becoming a Network member, one of the benefits of signing up is that we will notify you via e-mail about major developments, issues, urgent appeals, etc. These notices will come when there is something important to communicate — but we promise you will not  be deluged with e-mail!

To become an AfricaFile Network Member, click on Membership & Subscription Form.

There is no charge for becoming a member, but we do encourage those who can to send us an annual contribution. Find out more here.

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