Using the internet
The above will be of use if you want to improve or refresh your internet searching skills.
The following are a selection of quality resources that you may find useful:-
Select list of resources /organisations:
- BRIDGE Siyanda is a searchable database of gender and development materials from across the world
- British Library for Development Studies (BLDS)
- Development Studies Institute (The) DESTIN - the working papers
- Eldis Gateway to International Development
- ERCOMER European Research Centre on Migration and Ethnic Relations
- Department for International Development
- Forced Migration Online - Forced Migration Online (FMO) provides instant access to a wide variety of online resources dealing with the situation of forced migrants worldwide. Designed for use by practitioners, policy makers, researchers, students or anyone interested in the field, FMO aims to give comprehensive information in an impartial environment and to promote increased awareness of human displacement issues to an international community of users.
- Institute of Development Studies
- International Development Research Centre
- International Organization for Migration
- NationMaster - statistics on countries
- NGO Cafe
- OneWorld Guides: Development - This site contains a guide to news articles, analysis and other resources related to economic and social development, particularly for developing and BRICs countries.
- OneWorld Guides The Guides form the educational component of oneworld.net, the development portal with a global reputation stretching back over 10 years. They provide an introduction to relevant issues in over 70 developing countries and for 20 cross-cutting development topics, with particular focus on the Millennium Development Goals.
- Overseas Development Institute
- Queen Elizabeth House - ODID Working Paper Series based at Oxford Department of International Development
- Social Watch
- United Nations Conference on Trade & Development
- United Nations Development Fund for Women
- United Nations Development Programme
- World Bank