We have many cultural assets in and around the University that are available to all students, including one of the largest university libraries in the country.
One of the best resources is our good staff members and the expertise at Manchester. Getting the people who have the knowledge and the different opinions and perspectives together in one place, that's quite unique.Birte Vogel / Lecturer In Peace And Conflict Studies
Explore our open access library specialising in the study of race, ethnicity and migration.
The permanent home for the endangered private papers of humanitarians, the archives of small humanitarian organisations, and cultural artefacts from the 1960s onwards.
Discover one of the largest university libraries in the country.
Visit one of the world's finest collections of rare books and manuscripts.
Collaboration and partnerships
International Federation of the Red Cross
Worldwide humanitarian organization providing assistance without discrimination.
A charity which facilitates the provision of health workers from across the UK to countries and crises across the globe.
Save the Children
An international children's charity based in the UK which supports both emergency and long-term relief and development projects.
Overseas Development Institute
The UK's leading think-tank on international development and humanitarian issues.
The People's History Museum
Former Edwardian pumping station housing displays on local and national working-class life.