The following websites related to the International Slavery Museum may be of interest.
Learning and research
- Understanding Slavery - a free online teaching resource
- Centre for the Study of International Slavery - a slavery research centre founded by the University of Liverpool and National Museums Liverpool
- Black Atlantic web resource - launched during the Liverpool and the Black Atlantic exhibitions and events in 2010
- Enslaved Africans: our truth - follow four Africans on their harrowing journeys into slavery with our interactive feature
- Parliament and the British Slave Trade 1600 - 1807 - this complex relationship is explored, with online access to all of the key documents in the archives including the 1807 Act and slave trade petitions. The learning section includes lesson plans and tools for creating interactive resources
- The Wilberforce Institute for the study of Slavery and Emancipation (WISE)
- H-Slavery Discussion Network - studies in the world history of slavery, abolition and emancipation
- Schomberg Center for Research in Black Culture - part of the New York Public Library
- New York Historical Society - features on slavery and its impact on the people, landscape, institutions and economy of New York City
- The Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition
- The Equiano Project - celebrating the life and times of the 18th century writer and abolitionist Olaudah Equiano, with the Equiano Society and Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
- Mémoire St Barth - dedicated to the history of St Bartholomew, focusing on the slave trade, slavery, abolition and their impact on this island of the Lesser Antilles.
- STeR: Colonialism, Slavery, Trade, Reparations - a Universit of Essex project
- Africa Oyé - the UK's largest free celebration of African music and culture, held in Liverpool each June.
- Slavery Remembrance Day - a commemoration and celebration of the end of slavery, held in Liverpool on 23 August each year
- Black History Month - events and activities across the UK for Black History Month
Museums and places of interest
Human rights organisations