The HRI in Ottawa has been serving as an unofficial repository for the documentation of NGOs throughout the world. It makes a vast amount of material available and brings together a wide variety of reports on human rights issues, which would otherwise be very difficult to locate, obtain and consult. The collection which HRI has amassed over the years includes publications by more than 350 NGOs, and includes a number of AAMs.
The fonds comprises of original editorial cartoons by David Anderson dating 1990-1998 and published largely in the Toronto Star and through syndication in other national and international papers. The cartoonist covers primarily national issues, personalities, scandals and events. Internationally, Anderson targets racism and repression as seen in South Africa, Haiti, the Balkan States and other third world nations. Included are graphic materials of Nelson Mandela
While working for several years as a freelance artist, Cummings was frequently published in the New York Times, The Canadian Forum, the Last Post, MacLean’s and the Toronto Star. In 1981, he was hired as the full-time editorial cartoonist for the Winnipeg Free Press. The fond is comprised of editorial cartoons, published in the Winnipeg Free Press, covering over two decades of political events. International leaders include Nelson Mandela.
The fond comprises original editorial cartoons by Toronto Sun art director and editorial cartoonist Andy Donato. Issues and personalities operate on the national, international, provincial and local arenas. On the international stage, the cartoonist covers such topics as apartheid. The item consists of a rough pencil sketch of Nelson Mandela.
In 1978, Frank Edwards became the full-time editorial cartoonist for the Kingston Whig-Standard, a position he held until 1994. The fonds consists primarily of editorial cartoons published in the Kingston Whig-Standard. International leaders include Nelson Mandela.
The file consists of portraits of Mr. Nelson Mandela, South African political leader. One photograph, entitled Nelson Mandela, photographed in Ottawa, appeared in Karsh exhibition in London entitled, Faces of the 20th Century, exhibition was held at Canada House from the 13 May 1998 to the 28 August 28 1998. Statements made by Nelson Mandela and other ANC prominent people and ANC departments.
The fonds contains a single image cartoon, entitled Bravo Chef, depicting Diefenbaker, as the chef of the "Commonwealth" restaurant, throwing out S. African leader Verwoerd because of his Apartheid policies as a black man looks on.
The fond comprises original editorial cartoons by Dan Murphy published in the Vancouver Province newspaper. National, International and provincial personalities and issues are covered, including two graphics of Nelson Mandela.
B. Nipper is the pseudonym of an editorial cartoonist who published cartoons in the London Free Press from 1988 to 1993. The fonds consist of original sketches and editorial cartoons by B. Nipper published in the London Free Press that deals with provincial and national issues, as well as international events. International personalities include Nelson Mandela.
The fonds consist of portrait caricatures of Canadian and international figures in politics, business, entertainment and literature. The file contains newspaper clippings and photomechanical transfers of caricatures, including graphics of Nelson Mandela.