Political Apologies and Reparations Website and Working Papers Series
May 15, 2006
Re: Political Apologies and Reparations Website and Working Papers Series
I would like to bring to your attention the Website on Political Apologies and Reparations at Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada, which I have established as part of my duties as Canada Research Chair in International Human Rights. The address is http://political-apologies.wlu.ca. The infrastructure for this website was financed by the Canada Foundation for Innovation, and it is located on the server of Wilfrid Laurier University.
This is a publicly accessible website that is free of charge. We hope that it will be useful to academics, the press, policy makers and the wider public. We have created archival descriptions of each document that we have found relating to political apologies, and wherever possible we have provided links to the documents.
We have also created space for a Working Papers Series on political apologies and reparations, and we invite researchers in this field to submit working papers to be posted. Please see the Submission Guidelines on the website. Papers should be submitted to email@example.com.
If you are looking for a document and can't find it on this website, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you know of or have a copy of a document that you think we should include, please contact us and if possible, provide an electronic copy of the document. We encourage you and your students to use this website. We would also be grateful if you would circulate this announcement to any mailing list whose subscribers you think might be interested in it. If it is possible, we encourage you to add a link to this website from your own website.
Wendy Webb is project administrator of this website. Michael Lisetto-Smith is senior research assistant and technical advisor, administrator, and programmer. Other research assistants involved in creating this website are Ryan Chapman, Gregory Eady, James Gaede, and Leslie Tallyn.
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