A Guide to the Laurie S. Wiseberg and Harry Scoble Human Rights Internet Collection, 1949-2010

Human Rights Internet (Laurie S. Wiseberg and Harry Scoble) Collection An Inventory

Summary Information

Title
Laurie S. Wiseberg and Harry Scoble Human Rights Internet Collection
Source - col
Wiseberg, Laurie S., Dr.
Source - col
Scoble, Harry M.
Inclusive Dates
1949-2010
Extent
343.5 Linear Feet
Extent
The Human Rights Internet Collection includes materials relating to human rights organizations (including reports, correspondence, notes to subscribers, news and press releases), to conferences and colloquia relating to human rights (including conference materials, contact lists, bibliographies, schedules, and timelines), and ephemeral materials relating to human rights abuses (including photographs, microfilm, leaflets, drawings, handwritten notes and accounts, profiles of political prisoners, lists of political prisoners, torture and prison abuse records, and public statements), among other materials.
Abstract
The collection includes thousands of human rights publications from around the world collected from 1977 to the present by Human Rights Internet, a non-governmental organization based out of Ottawa, Canada, founded by Laurie S. Wiseberg and Harry Scoble. The collection includes materials not found in any other libraries in North America, and includes publications in a variety of languages including English, French, Spanish, Dutch, German, Swedish, Chinese and Japanese (among many others).
Call Number
2004.0112
Language
English
Finding Aid Prepared By
Matt Jones, Jason Borga
Repository
University of Connecticut Libraries 405 Babbidge Road Unit 1205 Storrs, Connecticut 06269-1205 archives@uconn.edu URL:

Preferred Citation

[Item description, #:#], Laurie S. Wiseberg and Harry Scoble Human Rights Internet Collection. Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Libraries.

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Access and Use

Acquisition Information

This collection was acquired from Laurie S. Wiseberg at the University of Ottawa in 2004.

Access Restrictions

The collection is open and available for research.

Preferred Citation

[Item description, #:#], Laurie S. Wiseberg and Harry Scoble Human Rights Internet Collection. Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Libraries.

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Controlled Access Headings

Geographic Name(s)

  • Africa (continent)
  • Europe (continent)
  • United States (nation)

Personal Name(s)

  • Wiseberg, Laurie S., Dr.
  • Scoble, Harry M.

Subject(s)

  • War crimes
  • War
  • Archives (institutions)
  • Slavery
  • Children
  • Migrant workers
  • International relations
  • Civil rights
  • Economic assistance
  • Non-governmental organizations
  • Human rights
  • Political crimes and offenses
  • Political activists
  • International organization
  • Prisons
  • Women's rights
  • Women--Legal status, laws, etc.
  • Political prisoners
  • Human rights -- Africa
  • Human rights -- Europe
  • human rights violations
  • Human rights -- North America
  • Human rights -- Asia
  • Child labor
  • Human rights -- South America
  • Torture
  • Equality, security, community
  • United Nations
  • Right to life
  • Genocide
  • Stateless persons
  • Racism
  • Indigenous people

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Biography/History

Laurie S. Wiseberg received her Ph.D in Political Science from UCLA in 1973.  Harry Scoble received his Ph.D in Political Science from Yale University in 1957.

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Scope and Content Note

The majority of the materials in the HRI consist of newsletters, non-professional reports and studies, and other independent material collected from non-governmental organizations. The remaining collection is comprised of books, journals, magazines and newspapers, mostly acquired from prominant human rights groups, such as Human Rights Watch, the International Council on Human Rights Policy, Amnesty International, and Anti-Slavery International.

HRI is dedicated to the empowerment of human rights activists and organizations, and to the education of governmental and intergovernmental agencies and officials and other actors in the public and private sphere, on human rights issues and the role of civil society.

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Related Materials

Related Material

Archives & Special Collections has a substantial collection of materials pertaining to human rights issues. For detailed information on these collections please contact the curator or ask at the Reading Room desk.

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Collection Inventory

Series I: Inventory, 

box

Administrative records, clippings, correspondence, financial records, notes, postcards, 1978,1981-1986, 1993-1997   1.3 Linear Feet

General

Box 1 contains documents mostly in English but contains correspondence in French, German, and Spanish. Organization: alphabetical order by folder, folders with tabs/labels.

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: Internet Board files, David Heaps, grants, hate mail, Human Rights Tribune, meeting minutes, miscellaneous, NLightN, newsletters, personal & professional correspondence, retreats.

1

Publications, 1971-1979, 1980-1984   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: African Law Studies, African Studies Review.

2

Books, publications,  1968, 1972, 1975-1979, 1980-1984, 1990   1.3 Linear Feet

General

Some books printed in Polish, Russian.

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: Eastern Europe, political imprisonment, Soviet Russia, U.S.S.R., Zapis.

3

Administrative records, awards, correspondence, financial records, notes,  1976-1979, 1980-1984, 1988-1989, 1990-1991   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: board documents, Harvard Law, meeting minutes, miscellaneous.

General

Organization: binders, folders with tabs/labels.

4

Correspondence, publications, 1977-1979, 1980-1989   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: Chronicle of the Catholic Church in Lithuania, Lithuanian Catholic Religious Aid.

5

Administrative records, books, clippings, correspondence, legal documents, publications, 1951,1968,1971-1973,1975,1977,1980-1982,1985-1988,1993-1994   1.3 Linear Feet

General

Organization: folders with tabs/labels. Some materials photocopied.

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: AIDS awareness, Human Rights directories, East Africa, East Asia, environmental protection, International Labor Office, meeting minutes, newsletters, reports, Teaching Human Rights.

6

Administrative records, clippings, correspondence, transcipts, 1962,1978-1979,1980-1983,1988,1994,1999,2004   1.3 Linear Feet

General

Organization: folders with tabs/labels, alphabetical by folder. Documents reproduced, few original prints.

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: bibliographies, censorship, conference materials, Poland, teaching human rights, Vatican.

7

Administrative records, clippings, correspondence, transcripts, 1955-1966, 1972-1979,1981-1986, 1989, 1995   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: bibliographies, meeting minutes, reports, Slavic & Eastern Europe, United Nations General Assembly.

General

Some materials reproduced.

8

Administrative records, clippings, ephemera, legal documents, publications, 1971, 1974,1982,1988,1991-1992, 2000-2003   1.3 Linear Feet

General

Some materials reproduced.

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: conference materials, miscellaneous, proceedings, programs/itineraries, Parlimentary democracy, reports, United Nations.

9

Administrative records, correspondence, publications, 1980,1986-1987,1990-1995,1997-1998, 2002   1.3 Linear Feet

General

Organization: Binders, folders with tabs/labels

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: conference publications, meeting minutes, multinational corporations, Quaker United Nations Office, reports, United Nations Economic & Social Council.

10

Administrative records, ephemera, fliers, publications, 1984-1987, 1994-1997, 1999   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: reports, conference publications, non-Governmental organizations, miscellaneous,United Nations Economic and Social Council.

11

Administrative records, correspondence, fliers, 1982,1984, 1992, 1995-1997   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: Amnesty International, EcoSoc NGO Review, meeting minutes, pamphlets, petitions, reports, The Carter Center, United Nations.

General

Organization: binders, folders with tabs/labels. Some materials photocopied.

12

Publications, Administrative Records, Statements, Posters,  1968, 1980-1991, 1993-1997, 2002-2003   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: United Nations Economic and Social Council, Vienna World Congress, Amnesty International/United Nations Commission on Human Rights, American Journal of International Law, Association for the Security and Independance of International Civil Servants, United Nations General Assembly, Fiftieth Anniversary of the United Nations, Interparliamentary Symposium, Parliament: Guardian of Human Rights, International Bill of Human Rights

Posters: United Nations Activities Against Apartheid

Remarks: John Claydon

Catalog: Amnesty International Publications

Election Materials: CIVICUS Board

Membership Lists: United NAtional

13

Publications, Administrative records, Statements, Press Releases,  1995-1998   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Harvard Law Schools Library, Recent Acquisitions, United Nations Economic and Social Council, Canadian Government, Citizenship and Immigration, On the Record: Your Daily Electronic Link to the Rome Conference on the Establishment of an International Criminal Court

Timetable: Commission on Human Rights

Remarks: Francis Deng

Press Releases: United National Commission on Human Rights

Index: List of documents issues for the 53rd Session of the Commission for Human Rights

14

Publications 1997-1999   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: United Nations Economic and Social Council

15

Publications, Statements, Reports, Press Releases 1996-1999, 2001   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: United Nations Economic and Social Council, Trends: UNCJIN Crime and Justice Letter, United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, Statements: On the 55th Session of the Commission on Human Rights Report: United Nations High Commission for Human Rights in Kosovo, Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, United Nations Commission on Human Rights, 53rd Session

16

Books, Publications, Correspondence, Press Releases  1977, 1981-1985, 1987-2002, 2004   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Books: La commision des droits de l'homme de l'O.N.U: Guide pratique pour les organisations non-gouvernementales, The U. N. Commission on Human Rights: An Orientation Manual for Non-Governmental Organizations

Pubications: United Nations Economic and Social Council (Report of the Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities), Amnesty International (UN Commission on Human Rights), Questionnaire on the Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners, Questionnaire on the Declaration of Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime and Abuse of Power, Questionnaire on the Code of Conduct for Law Enforcement Officials including the Basic Principles on the Use of Force and Firearms by Law Enforcement Officials, Survey on Capital Punishment and on the Implementation of Safeguards Guaranteeing Protection of the Rights of Those Facing the Death Penalty, Questionnaire on the Basic Principles on the Independence of the Judiciary, Documentation DHR, American Journal of International Law, Quaker United Nations Office, NGO Access at the UN

Press Releases: Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities

17

Administrative Records 1958, 1972, 1974-1991   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Official Records: United Nations Economic and Social Council,

18

Books, Official Records, Publications, Reports, Resolutions, Press Releases, Lists 1991-1993, 1995-1996, 1998-2000   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Books: General Comments or Recommendations Adopted by United National Human Rights Treaty Bodies

Official Records: United Nations Economic and Social Council,

Publications: United Nations Center for Human Rights (Assistance to the University of Fort Hare in Establishing a Human Rights Resource Centre), United Nations Economic and Social Council, United Nations International Meeting on the Convening of the Conference on Measures to Enforce the Fourth Geneva Convention in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including Jerusalem,Millennium Forum, Millennium Assembly of the United Nations, Canada-Asia Working Group, United Nations Commission on Human Rights: Key Points and Recommendations to NGOs, The Canadian Centre International PEN, Canadian Committee for the Fiftieth Reports: Executive Board of the United Nations Development Programme/United Nations Population Fund

Resolution: United Nations Millennium Declaration

Lists: Daily list of documents

19

Publications, Briefs, Administrative Records, Maps, Resolutions, Correspondence, Statements,  1983, 1986, 1988-1997, 2000, 2002, 2004   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Amnesty International: Mission to Promote and Protect Human Rights; Federation internationale des ligues des droits de l’homme; HCHR News; Fédération Internationale des Droit de l’Homme; Foundation Danielle Mitterrand; Commission on Human Rights; United Nations International Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Racial Discrimination; Case Study on Human Rights Violations Against Burmese Women; Women’s Rights and the United Nation Human Rights Programme; United Nations Economic and Social Council; United Nations General Assembly; World Conference on Human Rights; HRI Reporter; Procedures for Dealing with Communications Relating to Violations of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms; Human Rights Quarterly; Four Failures: A Report on the United Nations Special Rapporteurs on Human Rights in Chile, Guatemala, Iran, and Poland; Summary of Resolutions and Decisions of the 1995 Commission on Human Rights; Sudan Human Rights Organization; Workshop on Databases: The Needs and Contributions of African Researchers; Interparliamentary Conference; Intergovernmental Preparatory Committee for the Thrust United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries; United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, Pan-African Development Information System; International Conventions on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law; Sikh Rights Group; United Nations Assistance for Human Rights

Membership Lists: Committee on Human Rights

Daily Schedules: Commission on Human Rights

Statements: National Statements for the Commission on Human Rights (from Australia, Chile, Malawi, Portugal, Lesotho, United States, Greece, Iraq, Brazil, Sudan, Pakistan, Iran, Guatemala, Belize, Sri Lanka, Croatia, Canada, Lebanon)

Brief: The Concerns of Amnesty International at the 44th Session of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights

Resolution: For the Appointment of a Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women and its Causes

Databases: The Needs of the African Natural Products Chemist

20

Publications, Fliers, Administrative Records, Papers, Clippings, Correspondence, Press Releases 1990-2004   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: International Criminal Court Monitor; Organization for Security and Co-Operation in Europe; Amnesty International; Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade; Comité Consultatif d’esperts Canadiens droit au service du development et de la démocratie agence de cooperation culturelle et technique; Reunion des respensables des centre de documentation relative aux droits de l’homme dans l’espace francophone; Agence de cooperation culturelle et technique; , NATO Notes; International Council on Human Rights Policy; Publications by Barry Jay Ph. D. on the World Bank and Human Rights; Yen Aid Watch; World Bank; Canadian Network for an International Criminal Court; The Mauritius Summit: Fifth Summit of Heads of State and of Government Having in Common the Use of the French Language; NGO Coalition for an International Ciminal Court; DEMUS: Counseling Organization for the Defense of Women’s Rights; The International Human Rights Law Institute, DePaul University College of Law; Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court; Le Courrier Juridique; The United Nations Security Council and the International Criminal Court, Should they relate? (Stanley Foundation); Republic of Trinidad and Tobago; Coalition for an International Criminal Court; International Centre Against Censorship; International Association of Democratic Lawyers; Nord-Sud: Human Rights NGO; International Fellowship of Reconciliation; Canadian Network for an International Criminal Court; United Nations Diplomatic Conference of Plenipotentiaries on the Establishment of an International Criminal Court; International Civil Society Consortium Newsletter; American Association for the International Commission of Jurists, Inc.; TerraViva: The Conference Daily Newspaper; Women’s Caucus for Gender Justice in the International Criminal Court; United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR); Human Rights Watch; UNICEF; EarthAction; Coalition for an International Criminal Court; Focus: Amnesty International; The Carter Center: The United States and the Establishment of a Permanent International Criminal Court; International Centre for Criminal Law Reform and Criminal Justice Policy

List: Signatories of the International Criminal Court Treaty

Fliers: Amnesty International: For the worst crimes in the world we need a permanent International Criminal Court; Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (UK); Commonwealth Lawyers Asssociation; International Council on Human Rights Policy; Agence cooperative culturelle and technique

Paper: Good Offices: Preventative Action and Peacemaking by the United Nations Secretary General

21

Publications, Fliers, Administrative Records, Statements, Map, Declarations, Clippings, Correspondence, Press Releases 1973, 1980-1990, 1992-1994, 1998   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Survival International; Survival for Tribal Peoples; World Council of Indigenous Peoples; United Nations Department of Public Information, Non-Governmental Organization and Institutional Relations Section; United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights; United Nations Economic and Social Council; Indigenous Peoples and Health; International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs; Reporters sans Frontieres; The Olso Conference on Freedom of Religion or Belief (various materials); The Religious and Interreligious Affairs Committee, Canadian Jewish Congress; United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization; Association internationale pour la défense de la liberté religieuse; International Association for Religious Freedom; State of Israel, Implementation of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights; Statement of Shared Moral Commitment (of the religious communities in Bosnia-Herzegovina); Churches’ Commission for Migrants in Europe; Islamic Christian Dialogue; United Nations General Assembly; Déclaration sure l’élimination de toute les forms d’intolérance et de discrimination fondées sur la religion ou la conviction;

Fliers: Survival International; The Oslo Coalition on Freedom of Religion or Belief

Donor List: Canadian Race Relations Foundation

Map: 1991 Survey of the Freedom of the Press

Declarations: The Oslo Declaration on Freedom of Religion Belief

Addresses: Freedom of Religion and Belief: Challenges and Opportunities in Latin America (Rabbi Henry I. Sobel, São Paulo, Brazil); Opportunity and Challenge (Cao Sheng Jie); The Protection of Religious Freedom in the System of the European Convention on Human Rights (Javier Martínez-Torrón, Rafael Navarro-Valls); The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: Hope and History (Mary Robinson, UNHCHR); Liberté religieuse et confessions minoritaires: L’expérience espagnole (Joaquín Mantecón)

Papers delivered at the Oslo Conference on Freedom of Religion of Belief

22

Publications, Correspondence, Press Releases, Clippings, Fliers, Award information, Posters, Reports, 1979-1998, 2000-2002   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Committee to Protect Journalists; Committee for the Freedom of Expression of Palestinians and Israelis; Committee of Concerned Scientists, Inc.; International Press Institute (City University, London); FAIR Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting; Religious Group for Human Rights; International Association for Religious Freedom; VERA LEX; International Freedom of Expression Exchange; Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (Seminar on Academic Freedom); International Centre Against Censorship; Independent Press Association; The Johannesburg Principles on National Security, Freedom of Expression and Access to Information; Associated Press; The Freedom Forum; World Press Freedom Committee; International Organization of Journalist; MediaWatch; United Nations Economic and Social Council; The New Yorker; Mednorgarrätt; Iusbäraren; Book and Periodical Council; Amnesty International; Index on Censorship

Fliers: International Centre Against Censorship; International Centre on Censorship; World Press Freedom Committee

Award information/Nomination procedures: Tara Singh Hayer Award; International Press Freedom Award

Posters: Election Reporting: A practical guide to media monitoring;

Thesis: Perspectives on a Right to Communicate (J. A. Herringer)

Report: 1994 Meetings of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights

Briefing Papers: Index on Censorship

23

Publications, Correspondence, Fliers, Posters, Briefs, Official Documents 1955, 1969, 1973, 1977, 1979, 1980-1981, 1983, 1985, 1987-1989, 1991-1996, 1999-2002   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: United Nations Economic and Social Council; United Nations Commission on Human Rights; Amnesty International; Center for Justice and International Law; Centre international de ressources juridiques (International Legal Resources Center); United Nations Working Group on Human Rights; Center of Concern; Canadian Race Relations Foundation; Anti-Defamation League; Anti-Racism Information Service; United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization; International Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Racial Discrimination; Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith; Droits et libertés des citoyens, Direction de la citoyenneté, Secrétariat d’Etat; Civil Liberty: Journal of the NSW Council for Civil Liberties; Adelaide Law Review; Studie-en Informatiecentrum Mensenrechten: Netherlands Institute of Human Rights; Agent for the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission; Human Rights Quarterly; ARIS; Commonwealth Law Bulletin; American Journal of International Law; UNESCO; Deuxième Conférence Mondiale de la Lutte Contre le Racisme et la Discrimination Racile; Patterns of Prejudice; Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

U. N. Document: Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners

Fliers: International Bar Association, Humans Rights Institute; Council of Europe Publishing; Canadian Race Relations Foundation

Poster: Canadian Race Relations Foundation

Brief: Interpretation of the Racial Vilification Amendment to the Anti-Discrimination Act;

24

Publications, Fliers, Statements, Briefs 1977, 1979, 1980-1983, 1985-1999   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Amnesty International; Capital Punishment – Christian Reflections; Amnesty International USA: Urgent Action; Death Penalty News; United Nations Information Service; The Lawyers Committee for International Human Rights; Rutgers Law Journal; Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights; Save the Children; World Health Organization;

Fliers: Amnesty International Against the Death Penalty; Hands Off Cain: Citizens’ and Parliamentarians’ League for the Abolition of the Death Penalty Worldwide by 2000; Amnesty International: The Death Penalty is not the Answer; UNICEF; International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour; The International Service for Human Rights; International Labor Organization; UNESCO; The UN Programme of Action; Quaker United Nations Office;

Brief: The Impact of Armed Conflict on Children

Statements: Nationals Statements on the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Children (From: Holy See, Bangladesh, Kenya, Cuba, China, UNESCO, United Nations

25

Publications, Correspondence, Reports, Official Documents,  1981-1996, 2000, 2002   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: United Nations General Assembly; UNICEF; United Nations Children’s Fund; United Nations Economic and Social Council;

Reports: United Nations Children’s Fund, Report of the Executive Board; Rights of the Child: Sale of Children, Child Prostitution, and Child Pornography (Vitit Muntarbhorn)

U. N. Documents: Code of Conduct for Law Enforcement Officials

26

Publications, Fliers, Statements, Administrative Records, Reports, Clippings, Press Releases, Correspondence 1980-1981, 1983-1998, 2001-2002   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: International Center for Trade Union Rights; Prison Bulletin (on hunger strikes); Soviet Analyst; Saskatchewan Law Review; United Nations Economic and Social Council; Third World Affairs; International Confederation of Free Trade Union; Confederación internacional de organizaciones sindicales libres; Confédération Internationale des Syndicats Libres; International Workshop on Principles and Procedures for a Transnational Criminal Court; Alliance of NGOs on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice; United Nations Information Service; United Nations Vienna International Center; United Nations Division for Economic and Social Information; International Human Rights Law Group, Women In the Law Project (WILP); United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes; International Commission of Jurists; Amnesty International; National Coalition Against the Death Penalty; Physicians for human Rights: An Organization of Health Professionals; United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Branch; Oxfam; Canadian Secretary of State; The Stanford Magazine; The Humanist; Bureau international du Travail; Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights; International Commission for the Co-ordination Solidarity Among Sugar Works; Law and Policy in International Business; World Federation of Labour; World Confederation of Labour; Counter Information Services; Organisation des nations unies pour l’education, la science et la culture; Council for Prostitution Alternatives, Inc.; Human Rights Watch; WHISPER: Women Hurt In Systems of Prostitution Engaged in Revolt; Action des chrétiens pour l’abolition de la torture; World Organization Against Torture; Quaker Peace & Service; United Nations Office of Public Information; Organisation Mondiale Contre la Torture - SOS Torture; Council of Europe; Netherlands International Law Review; International Journal of Health Services; Committee of the World Council of Churches; American Christians for the Abolition of Torture; Courier de l’ACAT; Labour Action: Amnesty International Canadian Section (English Speaking);

Fliers: The World Food Day Association of Canada; The Seventh United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders; Crime Prevention for Freedom, Justice, Peace and Development: The Seventh United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders; Science Alliance; International Labour Reports; International Labour Organization; Rehabilitation And health Aid Centre For Torture Victims; Children’s Crisis Center; Action des Chrétiens pour l’Abolition de la Torture;

Statements: Opening Statement of Minoru Shikita, The Executive Secretary of the Seventh United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders and the Assistant Director-in-Charge of the Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Branch; The Juvenile Death Penalty Today: Present Death Row Inmates Under Juvenile Death Sentence and Death Sentence and Executions for Juvenile Crimes, January 1, 1973 to May 1, 1993 (Victor L. Streib); Criminal Justice Processes and Perspectives in a Changing World (Canadian Discussion Paper); New Dimensions of Criminality and Crime Prevention in the Context of Developed: Challenges for the Future (Canadian Discussion Paper); Special Rapporteur on the Impartiality of Judiciary, Jurors and Assessors and the Independence of Lawyers (Param Cumaraswamy); Disappearances in Argentina (Tricia Feeney); Canada as a Haven for Torturers (David Matas), Labour Rights in a North-South Framework: International Trade Union Solidarity (Ines Vargas)

Reports: Coalition Against the Return of the Death Penalty: Final Summary Report (Eleanor McDonald); Pouvoirs et Torture: Rapport de la conference organisée par Amnistie internationale, Section canadienne (francophone); Review of the First Report of Canada on the Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment;

Chart: Ratifications of International Labour Conventions (1984)

Dusk Jacket: Quaker Pease & Service

Program: Organisation Mondiale Contre la Torture /SOS Torture and The International Service for Human Rights, 1 and 2 March, 1988

Budgets: Organisation Mondiale Contre la Torture - SOS Torture

27

Publications, Fliers, Posters, Reports, Clippings, Press Releases, Correspondence, Optical Disks 1979, 1987-2000, 2002, 2004   1.3 Linear Feet

Arrangement

The documents from the United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II) held in Istanbul, Turkey, 3-14 June 1996 are housing in a binder.

Scope and Content Note

Publications: United Nations Development Program, United Nations Decade for the Eradication of Poverty Information Kit (1997-2006); United Nations Children’s Fund; International Children’s Center; Human Rights International Alliance; Dossier d’information DEI/UNICEF; Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children; UNICEF; U.S. Department of Labor; Canada’s Children: Excuses for Inaction; American Psychologist; Convention on the Rights of the Child; Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies; The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child; Bureau International Catholique de l’Enfance; the International Journal of Children’s Rights; World Summit for Children; World Health Organization; Childwatch International; Defense for Children International; Belgian Review of International Law; JF Report; Habitat International Coalition; World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action; Mainstream; Lokayan Bulletin; CITIES; Housing; Ekistics; Third World Resurgence; Environment and Urbanization; Frontline; Commonwealth Medical Association; Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions (COHRE);

Fliers: UNICEF; United Nations Centre for Human Rights; Declaration of the Rights of the Child; International Institute for the Rights of the Child; World Summit for Children; Canadian Institute of Child Health; School for International Training; HealthWrights: Workgroup for People’s Health and Rights; World Federation for Mental Health; Working for Housing Rights Conference; World Health Day;

Briefing/Information Kits: DEI/UNICEF; UNICEF NGO Unit; The International Sexual and Reproductive Rights Coalition; Amnesty International USA – The Rights of the Child Project; UN International Day in Support of Torture Victims (including CD); A U. S. Committee for UNICEF Educational Awareness Program; World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action; World Health Day;

Bibliography: A Bibliography on the Convention of the Rights of the Child (UNICEF-Sharon Detrick); An Annotated Bibliography on Article 2 (Obligation of States Parties; Non-Discrimination), Article 3 (Best Interests of the Child, and Article 12 (Respect for the Views of the Child) of the convention on the Rights of The Child (UNICEF-Sharon Detrick); A Bibliography on Part I of the Convention on the Rights of the Child: Articles 1-41 (UNICEF-Sharon Detrick)

Posters: Déclaration des droits de l’enfant; World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action; World Health Day

Statements/Presented Papers: Advocacy and Education: A Tool for the Implementation of the UN Convention? (Nigel Cantwell);

Reports: Models for Monitoring the Protection of Children’s Rights Meeting Report (UNICEF)

28

Publications, Fliers, Correspondence 1979-1989, 1991-1996   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: United Nations Economic and Social Council; United Nations Commission on Human Rights; United Nations Committee Against Torture;

Fliers: The Anti-Slavery Society for the Protection of Human Rights;

29

Publications, Press Releases, Correspondence 1983-1985, 1989, 1992-1996, 2003   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: United Nations Decade for Action to Combat Racism and Racial Discrimination; United Nations World Food Council; United Nations International Human Rights Instruments; United Nations Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment of Punishment; United Nations Seventh United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders; United Nations General Assembly; United Nations Ninth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders; United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II); United Nations Convention on the Rights of Children; United Nations International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights; Second World Conference to Combat Racism and Racial Discrimination; United Nations Information Service; United Nations Decade for Action to Combat Racism and Racial Discrimination; Federal-Provincial-Territorial Ministerial Conference on Human Rights (Canada)

30

Publications, Correspondence, Books, Administrative Records 1993-1999, 2001-2004   1.3 Linear Feet

Arrangement

The documents in this box are divided into folders. The folder title is listed, followed by the contents, which are publications unless otherwise noted.

Scope and Content Note

Books: World Conference on Human Rights, Vienna, June 1993: The Contribution of NGOs, Reports and Documents (Editor Manfred Nowak)

Publications organized into Folders (Folder heading and contents): ECOSOC-UN docs: United Nations Economic and Social Council; 1998 Global Campaign for Women’s Human Rights; Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women; United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women ECOSOC-NGO docs: Amnesty International V +5 Follow up, ECOSOC: Coordinated Follow-Up and Implementation of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action (Statements by: United Nations Development Fund for Women, The World Bank; World Food Programme, International Labour Organization, United Nations Economic and Social Council, United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, UNICEF, Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, United Nations Centre for Human Settlement) ECOSOC – Gov’t Docs: Responses to the Vienna Declaration (from: Indonesia, Bangladesh, South Korea, United States, Austria, Norway, Japan, Slovenia, Brazil, Switzerland, Kazakhstan, People’s Republic of China) UN Reorganization: United Nations Economic and Social Council, UN Centre for Human Rights, United Nations General Assembly NGO Access #1 98-99: Amnesty International, Sorenson Report, Correspondence, Administrative Records, NGO Access: United Nations Economic and Social Council, Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, Correspondence, Copenhagen +5: Materials on the Copenhagen Consensus and the Copenhagen Papers Defenders Responses: Human Rights Defenders Declaration, United Nations Economic and Social Council, Correspondence, V +5 Review: United Nations General Assembly, The Global Campaign for Women’s Human Rights, Vienna +5 Statements, Correspondence; Sima Samar: Clippings, Defenders: Correspondence HR Defenders Project (hardcopies of email replies), Folder 1: Correspondence HR Defenders Project (hardcopies of email replies), Folder 2: Correspondence Defenders Declaration: United Nations Economic and Social Council, Amnesty International, Correspondence

Publications not in folders: Amnesty International; International Service for Human Rights; On the Front Line: Bulletin on human rights defenders in Latin America and the Caribbean; Bangkok NGO Declaration on Human Rights;

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Publications, Books 1978, 1987, 1989, 1991-1992, 1994, 1997-1998   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: University of Hong Kong, Department of Law: Human Rights Law Vol 1-3 (Nihal Jayawickrama) and other course information; Amnesty International

Briefs: Non-Treaty Mechanisms for Implementation, Periodic Reporting, ECOSOC Resolution 1503, Proposed Office of High Commissioner for Human Rights, etc. (James Loken); The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: A Discussion (Calvin Lake); Briefs in Preparation for the 50th Session of the UN Commission on Human Rights; The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights: A Review of the Special Procedures of the Commission on Human Rights;

Book Manuscript: Human Rights in the World Community: Issues and Action (editors Richard Pierre Laude and Burns H. Weston);

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Publications, Fliers, Posters, Administrative Records  1968, 1977-1987, 1989-1996, 1998-2000, 2002   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Human Rights Coalition-Canada; United Nations Economic and Social Council; Human Rights Network; Amnesty International; International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights; International Instruments in the Area of Human Rights to Which Canada is a Party; HR Documentation DH; Instruments internationaux relatifs aux droits de l’homme; Status of the International Human Rights Instruments; Final Act of the International Conference on Human Rights; The Law Society; United Nations resolutions; Unitar Seminar/Workshop on the Preparation and Submission of National Reports Under the Various International Human Rights Conventions for Government Officials from English-Speaking African Countries; United Nations General Assembly; Seminar on State Security, Human Rights and Humanitarian Law; Review of Mechanisms of the Commission; Deklarasyon inivèsèl daw moun; SIM: Conference on Factfinding and Specialized Research in the Field of human Rights

Fliers: The International “Bill of Human Rights”; Universal Declaration of Human Rights; The International Covenant on Human Rights and Optional Protocol; Proposition pour une Declaration Universelle des Doits humains dans une perspective de Genre (Gender Perspective); United Nations Voluntary Fund for Victims of Torture; Pour un monde meilleur; UN in brief; The McLuhuan Teleglobe Canada Award; The United Nations at Forty; Make it YOUR Business: Support the United Nations Association in Canada;

Posters: Universal Declaration of Human Rights; United Nations List of Instruments and their Official Citations; chart of Ratifications of Major International Human Instruments; World Conference to Review and Appraise the Achievements of the of the United Nations Decade for Women: Equality, Development & Peace; Les Mecanismes des Nations Unies Visant a Assurer la Protection des droits de l‘homme (Maxime Tardu)

Information Packets: We the Peoples… The Role of Civil Society in the History and Future of the United Nations, A Citizens Conference Exploring NGO-UN Relations;

Briefs: Regional Implementation of Human Rights (Peter Hamilton); Due Process in International Human Rights Law: An Introduction to Foreign Trial Observation Missions (Amnesty International);

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Publications 1978-1979, 1981-1989, 1992-1995, 2000-2001   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: United Nations International Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Racial Discrimination (CERD); United Nations General Assembly; United Nations Economic and Social Council; United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC); United Nations Round Table of University Professors and Directors of Race Relations Institutions on the Teaching of Problems of Racial Discrimination; Anti-Racism Information Service; United Nations Decade for Action to Combat Racism and Racial Discrimination

Index of included United Nations Documents

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Publications 1993-1994, 1998-2003   1.3 Linear Feet

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Publications, Fliers, Correspondence, Press Releases; Clippings, Posters 1961-1962, 1975-1976, 1978, 1980-1983, 1985-1996, 1998-2002   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Survival International; Survival for Tribal Peoples; Hands On (Survival for Tribal Peoples); Confederacy of Treaty Six First Nations; Revue de Droits International; Documentation DHR; Cultural Survival; Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe; United Nations High Commissioner on Human Rights; McGill Law Journal; OXFAM; Canadian NGO Organizing committee World Summit for Social Development; United Nations Department of Public Information; United States Department of State; United Nations World Summit for Social Development; UNESCO; International Council of Voluntary Agencies; International Council on Social Welfare; United Nations World Campaign for Human Rights; Centro de Información, Documentación y Estudios Sociales sobre El Salvador y Centroamérica (CIDES Centroamérica); Oficina de Tutela Legal del Arzobispado, Comision Arquidiocesana de Justicia y Paz; Socorro Juridico Cristiano; Canadian Heritage; Canadian Race Relations Foundation; Aboriginal Rights Coalition; Conference on the Rights of Minorities of African Descent in the Americas (Montréal, Canada); Nordic Journal on Human Right; Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities; Anti-Racism Information Service; International Centre for Ethnic Studies; The Canadian Yearbook of International Law; International and Comparative Law Quarterly; Israel Yearbook on Human Rights; Indian Journal of International Law; Los Angeles Times; Gesellschaft Für Bedrohte Völker (Society for Endangered Peoples); Association of German Writes; Rabbis for Human Rights;

Fliers: Survival International; Survival for Tribal Peoples; Center for Economic and Social Rights; The Second United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II); The Oslo Coalition on Freedom of Religion or Belief; Emory University Law and Religion Program; Aboriginal Rights Coalition; Gesellschaft Für Bedrohte Völker (Society for Endangered Peoples);

Posters: Survival International; The Second United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II);

Briefs: United Nation Economic and Social Council; Canadian Human Rights Foundation (Foundation canadienne des droits de l’homme)- Le pacte international sur les droits économiques, sociaux et culturels; Canadian Human Rights Foundation (Foundation canadienne des droits de l’homme)—The International Law Relating to the Prevention of Discrimination and the Protection of Minorities; COITELPRO: The Untold American Story (Congresspersons: Eddie Bernice Johnson, Cynthia McKinney, John Conyers, Barbara Lee, Sheila Jackson-Lee, Diane Watson); The Ethnocidal Conception of the State (Russel Lawrence Barsh)

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Publications, Posters, Fliers,  1971, 1980, 1982-1987, 1989-1995, 1997-1998   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: United Nations Centre for Human Rights; Amnesty International; Racism and the Black World Response; Minority Rights Group; International Relations; Native Peoples; Revue Québécoise de Droit International; International Movement Against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism; Amnesty International (Conference on Elimination and Terror: International Conference on Political Killings and ‘Disappearances,’ various papers); Revue international du Travail; Anthropology Resource Center; Twelfth World Congress, International Political Science Association; Melanesian Law Journal; Oregon Law Review; fourth Russell Tribunal on the Rights of the Indians of North and Latin America; Indian Law Resource Center; Indigenous Rights in the Pacific and North America; Amnesty International; Association of Ojibway Chiefs; The Yale Journal of International Law; Virginia Journal of International Law; First World Indigenous Youth Conference; Cultural Survival, Inc.; CS Quarterly; United Nations General Assembly; The Yale Law Journal; World Council of Indigenous Peoples; Human Rights Institute of Canada; La Convention no 169 sur les peuples indigenes et tribaux; Indigenous Peoples’ Millennium Conference; Indigenous Peoples’ Centre for Documentation, Research and Information; Action Mondiale des Peuples contre le “libre” échange et l’OMC; International Labour Conference; ILO Meeting of Experts on the Revision of the Indigenous and Tribal Populations Conventions; International Labour Review; World Council of Indigenous Peoples;

Report: Report on United Nations Working Group on Indigenous Population;

Information Packets: Strength of Millions: Canadian Labour Congress;

Briefs: United Nations Seminar on Recourse Procedures Available to Victims of Racial Discrimination and Activities to be Undertaken at the Regional Level; Duties of States Regarding the Civil Rights of Aliens;

Fliers: International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs; Cultural Survival, Inc.; International Day of Action for the Innu and the Earth;

Posters: NOVIB

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Publications, Fliers, Correspondence, Press Releases 1977, 1979, 1980-1989, 1991, 1993-1997, 2000   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: United Nations Economic and Social Council; United Nations International Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Racial Discrimination; United Nations Association in Canada

Fliers: Human Rights Fact Sheet

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Publications, Fliers, Posters, Administrative Records 1977-1978, 1981, 1983, 1987-1989, 1992-1995, 1997-1998, 2000-2001, 2002-2005   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Médecins du Monde; World Health Organization; UNICEF; La Leche League; For Alliance for Breastfeeding Action; National Organization of Circumcision Information Resource Centers; Turning Point: Physicians for Global Survival; National Council for International Health; Center for Reproductive Law and Policy; Physicians Against Torture; Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunizations; International Labour Organization; International Labor Conference; International Labour Office; Amnesty International;

Posters: World Health Day (World Health Organization); International Labour Organization;

Fliers: World Health Day (World Health Organization); International Labour Organization; International Centre for Trade Union Rights; UNICEF; World Health Organization

Informational Packets: Doctors Without Borders; World Health Day (World Health Organization); Bureau International Catholique de l’Enfance; United Nations Drug Control; François-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights, Harvard School of Public Health: First International Conference on Health and Human Rights; World Health Organization Fiftieth Anniversary; Human Rights Internet Workshop

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Publications 1994-2002   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: United Nations Economic and Social Council; United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC)

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Publications 1979-2001   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: United Nations General Assembly; United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), United Nations Economic and Social Council;

Report: Report of the Committee on the Rights of the Child

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Publications 2000-2003   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), United Nations Economic and Social Council

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Publications 1979, 1981-1982, 1986, 1989-1997, 1999-2000, 2002-2004   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: United Nations Economic and Social Council; United Nations Centre Against Apartheid; United Nations International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (CCPR); United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC);

Report: Report of the Committee on the Rights of the Child; Committee on the Rights of the Child: Reports Submitted by States Parties Under Article 44 of the Convention (States: Australia, Canada, Indonesia, India, Bahamas, Botswana, Kyrgyzstan, Equatorial Guinea, Brazil, Antigua and Barbuda, El Salvador, Myanmar, Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea, Liberia, France, Dominica, Papua New Guinea, Sao Tome and Principe, Panama, New Zealand, Germany, Madagascar)

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Publications 1988, 1995, 2000-2001   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child; United Nations General Assembly; United Nations Economic and Social Council;

Reports: Report of the Committee on the Rights of the Child (United Nations 54th Session, 2000); Report of the Committee on the Rights of the Child; Committee on the Rights of the Child: Reports Submitted by States Parties Under Article 44 of the Convention (States: Andorra, Oman, Monaco, Djibouti, Latvia, Turkey, Switzerland, Cape Verde, Mauritania, Qatar, Kenya, Uzbekistan, Netherland Antilles, Bahrain, Guatemala, Greece, Spain Gabon, Guinea-Bissau, Denmark, Tanzania, Ethiopia)

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Publications 1992-1999   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: United Nations General Assembly; United Nations Economic and Social Council; UNICEF; United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child; United Nations Children’s Fund; Executive Board of the United Nations Development Programme and the United Nations Population Fund;

Reports: Report of the Committee on the Rights of the Child (United Nations 47th Session, 2000); Report of the Committee on the Rights of the Child; Committee on the Rights of the Child: Reports Submitted by States Parties Under Article 44 of the Convention (States: Suriname, Mexico, Egypt, Bhutan, Djibouti, Hungary, Finland, Venezuela, Netherlands, Kyrgyzstan, Jordan, Dominican Republic, Liechtenstein)

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Publications, Fliers, Posters, Correspondence, Clippings, Press Releases 1960, 1971-1972, 1980, 1982, 1984-1986, 1988, 1990-1992, 1994-2004   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: ECPAT; UNICEF; InterAction: American Council for Voluntary International Action; International Network on Juvenile Justice; Defense for Children International; Children are unbeatable!; Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children; Concerned Children’s Advertisers; Youth Bulletin: National Youth in Care Network; Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems; Défenseur des droits des enfant et de la Jeunesse; Help Age International; World University Service; World Intellectual Property Organization; International Council for Adult Education; UNESCO; Child Labour Elimination, Education, Rehabilitation & Research Center; Education and Criminal Justice Programme; Universidad de Verano de Derechos Humanos y del Derecho a la Educación; World Education Forum; School for International Training; Canada Commission for UNESCO; Education International; Revue de Droit International; Conférence mondiale sur l’éducation pour tous; International Labour Review; Canadian Addressing Sexual Exploitation; terre des hommes; Supreme Court of Canada; International Commission of Jurists;

Fliers: ECPAT International; Ministry of Community and Social Services (Ontario), Journal du droit des Jeunes; Children in Adult Prisons (Katarina Tomasevski); National Youth in Care Network; Defense for Children International-Israel; The Bahá’í Faith in the World Community; The International Human Rights Programme, University of Toronto; Center for Civil and Human Rights Notre Dame Law School; School for International Training; Harvard Law School Human Rights Program; UNESCO; Declaration on Fundamental Principles concerning the Contribution of the Mass Media to Strengthening Peace and International Understanding, to the Promotion of Human Rights and Countering Racialism, Apartheid and Incitement to War; ; Canadian Addressing Sexual Exploitation; Consortium for Street Children; International Save the Children Alliance;

Posters: Street Kids International; United Nations Statistical Chart on Children: Early Child Development and Learning Achievement; International Institute of Human Rights;

Reports: Commission of Inquiry Regarding the Prevention of Public Violence and Intimidation;

Information Packets: The University of Nottingham Department of Law, Postgraduate Law Prospectus; The National Graduate Register, The Internet Employment Network; Lancaster University; Action Canada for Population and Development;

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Publications 1994-2001   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Committee on the Rights of the Child

Reports: Committee on the Rights of the Child: Reports Submitted by States Parties Under Article 44 of the Convention (States: Algeria, Argentina, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Malta, Micronesia, Marshall Islands, Mauritius, Mexico, Mongolia, Morocco, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Sweden, Syria, Tanzania, Thailand, Togo, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Uganda, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Vanuatu, Venezuela, Vietnam, Yemen, Yugoslavia, Zimbabwe, United Nations International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights: Consideration of Reports Submitted by States Parties Under Article 40 of the Covenant (States: New Zealand)

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Publications 1979, 1982, 1984, 1986-1987, 1991-2000, 2002   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: United Nations General Assembly; United Nations International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights; United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, United Nations Economic and Social Council;

Reports: Consideration of Reports Submitted by States Parties Under Article 40 of the Covenant (States: Algeria, Cambodia); Committee on the Rights of the Child: Reports Submitted by States Parties Under Article 44 of the Convention (States: Columbia, Tajikistan, Jamaica, Eritrea, Cyprus, Canada, Central African Republic, Chad, Chile, China, The Comoros, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Denmark, Egypt, Ethiopia); Committee on the Rights of the Child: Report on the fifteenth session; Committee on the Rights of the Child: Report on the twentieth session

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Publications, Fliers, Correspondence 1974-1975, 1980-1983, 1985-1987, 1989-1995, 1998, 2001, 2003   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: United Nations General Assembly; United Nations Economic and Social Council; United Nations Technical Cooperation Among Developing Countries; UNICEF

Reports: Committee on the Rights of the Child: Reports Submitted by States Parties Under Article 44 of the Convention (States: Morocco, Jamaica, Georgia, Bangladesh, Singapore, Brunei Darussalam, New Zealand)

Fliers: UNICEF

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Publications, Fliers, Posters, Ephemera, Clippings, Correspondence, Administrative Records 1983, 1990-1991, 1993-2001   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Women’s International War Crimes Tribunal On Japan’s Military Sexual Slavery; United Nations Actions for Youth; UNICEF; Canadian International Development Agency; Canada’s International Labour Conference; Child Labour Consultation; International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development; Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade; Fair TradeMark Canada; Ottawa-Carleton Community Committee on Child Abuse; The Ottawa Jewish Bulletin; The Canadian Jewish News; Canadian Jewish Congress; Canadian Council for Refugees; International Law Association; International Centre for Criminal Law Reform and Criminal Justice Policy; International Advisory Committee Meeting on Domestic Violence; Centre for Days of Peace; pueblito; World Congress and Exposition on Child Health; Media Development; World Summit for Children; International Labour Organization; Support for African Youths; Child Labour Action Network; Child Rights Asianet; Butterflies: Programme of Street and Working Children; AL-HAQ Newsletter; Bachpan Bachao Andolan (South Asian Coalition on Child Servitude); AMPO: Japan-Asia Quarterly Review; The Christian Science Monitor; Pakistan News; Asian Center for the Progress of Peoples; World Breastfeeding Week; World Alliance For Breastfeeding Action; Centre d’education et Formation Integre; Arab Association for Human Rights; The Danish Center for Human Rights; Day of the African Child; Awareness; African Journal of International and Comparative Law; Africa Report; Libération; L’Express International; The Economist; African Confidential; Fliers: Women’s International War Crimes Tribunal On Japan’s Military Sexual Slavery; Bank of Montreal; North American Missing Children Association, Inc.; Source RE Source; Rädda Bernen; The National Film Board of Canada; Alternative to Violence Project Canada; Canadian Council on International Law; Human Rights Institute of Canada; The Canadian Hearing Society; The Trillium Foundation; The Sheldon Kennedy Foundation; The Canadian Institute of Child Health; The International Foundation for Children’s Right to Development; Institut canadien de la santé infantile; L’institut Nord-Sud; CARE Canada; Asian Regional Resource Center for Human Rights Education; Concerned Filipinos of St. Anthony’s Parish; GrameenPhone; People and the Planet; International Conference on Child Labour; SPARC; World Breastfeeding Week; Child Rights Watch Nepal; International Institute for Human Rights, Environment and Development; CWIN-BALIKA: Programme for Girl Children at Risk; Alliance for Children’s Concerns; Bandhua Mukti Morcha (Bonded Labour Liberation Front); Arab Council for Childhood and Development; The African Network for the Prevention and Protection against Child Abuse and Neglect (ANPPCAN); Strategies pour l’espoir; Posters: World Breastfeeding Week Reports: Consultations in Preparation for the 53rd Session of the U. N. Commission on Human Rights; Child poverty and the budget in South Africa (Shaamela Cassiem, Hellen Perry, Mastoera Sadan, Judith Streak); Human Rights Education Programme (Progress Report 1996); Making a Difference for Children Affected by AIDS: Baseline Findings from Operations Research in Uganda (Laelia Zoe Gilborn, Rebecca Nyonyintono, Robert Kabumbuli, Gabriel Jagwe-Wassa); The Law and children in <alawi: Suggestions for Legal Reform (Edgar D. Hielema); Information Packets: CIDA and Children; Children’s Rights Workshop for CIDA Staff; Convention on the Rights of the Child Ephemera: 1998 Arab Council for Childhood and Development Calendar (in English and Arabic)

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Publications 1998, 2000-2003   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC);

Reports: Report of the Committee on the Rights of the Child (23rd Session, 24th Session, 25th Session, 27th Session, 29th Session, 30th Session, 31st Session, 32rd Session, General Assembly 53rd Session); Committee on the Rights of the Child: Reports Submitted by States Parties Under Article 44 of the Convention (States: Moldova, Seychelles, Estonia, Czech Republic, Israel, Argentina, Belgium, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tanzania, Latvia, Gambia, Palau, Lebanon, Ukraine, Bahrain, Greece, Gabon, Guyana, Canada, Morocco, Jamaica, Brunei Darussalam)

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Publications, Posters, Fliers, Correspondence, Press Releases, Clippings, Books 1971, 1979, 1981-1984, 1986-2002   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Refugee Immigration Ministry; Refugee Voices; Revelations; Jesuit Refugee Service; Refugee Policy Group; United States Committee for Refugees; 9th National Legal Conference on Immigration and Refugee Policy; U.S. Department of Justice; U.S Department of State Policies and Public Information Series; Select Commission on Immigration and Refugee Policy; Immigration and Refugee Board; Interpreter Releases; Zentrale Dokumentationsstelle der Freien Wohlfahrtspflege für Flüchtlinge e.V. (ZDWF); ZDWF-Informationskarteikarten-Dienst; Intergovernmental Committee for Migration; Papers on women as refugees; United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees; International Journal of Refugee Law; United Nations General Assembly; World Watch; Canadian Immigration and Refugee Board, case files (censored); Amnesty International; Immigration Law Reporter; Refugee Lawyers Association; Centre for Refugee Studies; Center for Migration Studies; World Summit for Social Development; American Society of International Law; Lawyers Committee for Human Rights; North American NGO Consultation; CISCONF News; Journal of the United Nations; Women’s Commission for Refugee Women and Children; Canadian Churches in Solidarity with Uprooted People; Inter- Church Committee for Refugees; Committee for Humanitarian Assistance to Iranian Refugees; Immigration Legislative Review; Gesellschaft für Bedrohte Völker; Refugee Studies Program, University of Oxford; Liberty International; Public Policy Forum; Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People; California Western International Law Journal; British Refugee Council; Boston College Third World Law Journal; The Select Commission on Immigration and Refugee Policy; The American Jewish Committee; University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform; National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild; War Crimes Tribunal on Central America and the Caribbean (National Lawyers Guild); Naskapi Montagnais Innu Association; Journal of Law and Social Policy;

Testimony: Renamo: The Khmer Rouge of Africa; Mozambique, Its Killing Field (Bill Frelick, before the House Subcommittee on Foreign Operations); Roger P. Winter, before the House Select Committee on Hunger; Crisis in Asylum: Burmese and Indochinese Refugees in Southeast Asia (Court Robinson, before the House of Representatives Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs;

Briefs: Looking for Phantoms: Flaws in the Khmer Rouge Screening Process (Stephen Golub); How Does the United Nations Balance Concerns for Sovereignty and Suffering? (Roger P. Winter); Briefing on the Growing Refugee Problem Implications for International Organizations; Senate Report on Suspension of Military Assistance to Pakistan; Arbeitsmaterialien für den Unterricht: Die Weltflüchtlingsproblematik und ihre Auswirkungen in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland; Arbeitsmaterialien für den Unterricht: Fluchtmotive: Vietnam, Äthiopien, Sri Lanka; European Laws Workshop on Detention, Choice of Residence and Freedom of Movement of Asylum Seekers and Refugees;

Information packets: U.S. Committee for Refugees: World Refugee Survey 2004, Warehousing Issue; ; Intergovernmental Committee for Migration; Center for Migration Studies of New York Fourth Annual Legal Conference

Fliers: The Ninth Annual National Legal Conference; 12th Annual National Legal Conference on Immigration and Refugee Policy; Intergovernmental Committee for Migration; UN Refugee Committee;

Posters: Inter-Church Committee for Refugees;

Books: Sexual Violence Against Women: Report on the Nature and Consequences of Sexual Violence These Women Have Suffered Elsewhere (C. E. J. de Neef, S. J. de Ruiter, photocopy), selections from Children on the Move: How to Implement Their Right to Family Life (editors: J. E. Doek, J. H. A. van Loon, P. Vlaardingerbroek); International Seminar on Refugee Women: Soesterberg, the Netherlands 22nd-24th May : proceedings (photocopy);

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Publications, Books, Fliers, Posters, Correspondence, Clippings, Press Releases 1984-1985, 1988-2004   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: National Child Rights Coalition; Child Rights Information Network (CRIN); International Catholic Child Bureau; Save the Children; Children’s Legal Centre; European Conference on Monitoring Children’s Rights; UNICEF; The NGO Group; World Health Organization; Learning from Experience; terre des homes; Le Monde; NGO Committee on UNICEF; Revue trimestrielle des droits de l'homme; UNESCO; UNHCR Centre for Documentation on Refugees; Youth Law Review; Revue du droit public; Boston College Third World Law Journal; Journal of the Child Welfare League of America, Inc.; International Migration Review; International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination; Street Kids International; Child Abuse & Neglect; Children’s Legislative Action; Children’s Rights Consultancy International; International Labour Office; Nordic Journal of International Law; Institute of Clinical Medicine; Ein Stück über Kinderrechte im Auftrang von terre des homes; International Children’s Centre; Interface; End Child Prostitution in Asian Tourism; Détresse sans frontier; Basso International Research Center; UNESCO; HCHR News; Ernst Zündel, German Canadian Human Rights Activist; Agir Ensemble pour les Droits de l’Homme; Preda Newsletter; UNAIDS; Centro de informacion sobre el desarrollo de la domocracia en Colombia; Movimento Nacional de Meninos e Meninas de Rua (MNMMR); Central America Report; Programme interamericain d’information sur l’enfance e la famille (PIINFA); Amnesty International; Covenant House Latin America; Challenge; Fundación Rafael Pombo; Canadian Institute of Child Health; Ottawa Youth Consultation; The National Clearinghouse on Family Violence; The Institute for the Prevention of Child Abuse; The Canadian Hearing Society; Youth Net; Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights; Fliers: Child Rights Information Network (CRIN); La Terreur et L’enfant; Questions and Answers on The Convention on the Rights of the Child; International Catholic Child Bureau; Office of the Commissioner for Children; The Promised Childhood Jerusalem 2000 Congress; University of Birmingham Human Rights Law and Practice Program; Institut International des Droits de l’Enfant; El Centro de Documentación sobre la Realidad de la Infancia en América Latina (CEDIAL), Fundación Rafael Pombo; National Movement of Street Boys and Girls; Movimento Nacional de Meninos e Meninas de Rua (MNMMR); Centros Comunitarios de Aprendizaje; Anti-Slavery International; ChildHope UK; UNESCO; Childwatch International; terre des hommes; National Children’s Bureau; Child Poverty Action Group; The International Forum for Child Welfare; Canadian Institute of Child Health; The Canadian Resource Centre on Children and Youth; Volunteer Canada; Rehabilitation and Health Aid Center for Torture Victims (RAHAT); Canadian Institute of Child Health; Plan d’action national pour les enfants;

Information Packets: International Catholic Child Bureau; terre des hommes; Office of the Commissioner for Children (New Zealand); Institute for Global Communication; Canadian Magazine Publishers Association; Canadian International Development Agency; Fiftieth Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Canada); CIDA Annual Meeting with the Voluntary Sector;

Books: Children at Risk: Selected Papers (editors: Karin Ekberg, Per Egil Mjaavatn; photocopy, selections);

Reports: Consultations in Preparation for the 55th Session of the U.N. Commission on Human Rights;

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Publications, Fliers, Correspondence, Press Releases, Postcards 1977-1978, 1981-1982, 1984-1986, 1988-2000   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publication: Anti-Defamation League; Revue générale de droit; The Criminal Law Review; A Global Ban on Landmines; Mines Advisory Group; Canadian Friends Service Committee; Vietnam Veterans of American Foundation- Landmine Campaign; York University, Centre for International and Security Studies; Business and Society Review; Human Rights Watch; International Red Cross; Washington Office on Africa (WOA); The War That Never Ends: Canada’s contribution to de-mining and international development; Democracy in Action; Africa Recovery; New Internationalist; SIPRI Organization; The Oslo NGO – Conference on Landmine; Armed Conflicts before 1997; Ploughshares Resource List; Arms Trade Database; Physicians for Human Rights; Denver Journal of International Law and Policy; Ex Collaborative Effort – Suggested Reading; Kluwer Law International; The Bochum Declaration on War and Conflict Monitoring; American Journal of International Law; Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, and relating to the Protection of Victims of International Armed Conflicts (Protocol I); Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, and relating to the Protection of Victims of Non-International Armed Conflicts (Protocol II); Pan-American Health Organization; United Nations Department of Humanitarian Affairs; The Humanitarian Times; International Catholic Child Bureau (ICCB); Committee on Conventions and Recommendations; International Review of the Red Cross; Le Courrier Juridique; Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice; International Law and Politics; Parliamentary Study Group on the Canadian Nazi War Criminal Inquiry; Canadian Commission of Inquiry on War Criminals; War Criminals in Canada Legislative Options;

Fliers: Mines Action Canada; Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade; East Timor Alert Network; International Campaign to Ban Landmines; Programme and Mine Action Forum, Roundtable Agenda; Organization for Mine Clearance and Afghan Rehabilitation (OMAR); Rhododendron: Chin Human Rights Organization; LANDMINE BANner; Advertisement for the Minebreaker 2000 demining vehicle; International Committee of the Red Cross; International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies; Office of the United Nations Disaster Relief Co-Ordinator (UNDRO); 26th International Conference of the Red Cross and the Red Crescent;

Information Packets: A Global Ban on Landmines; International Meeting on Mine Clearance; Landmine Monitor;

Papers: Defining Genocide: Selected Problems with the United Nations Convention (Lawrence J. LeBlanc); Genocide and Political Groups (Lawrence J. LeBlanc); Human Rights and State Sovereignty (David Gillies); An Institutional Approach to Humanitarian Intervention (Thomas W. Pogge)

Reports: International Committee of the Red Cross: African Report and Appeal No. 7; International Committee of the Red Cross: Commentary on the Outline of a Course on International Humanitarian Law; International Committee of the Red Cross, Diffusion du droit international humanitaire dans les milieux non universitaires; International Committee of the Red Cross, Diffusion du droit international humanitaire dans les universities; Canadian Jewish Congress, Report on the Legal Committee on War Criminals;

Labeled folders: Landmines, 1996-1997

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Publications, Fliers, Posters, Ephemera, Press Releases, Administrative Records, Correspondence, Clippings, Books, 1972, 1974, 1979-2004   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Columbia University Center for the Study of Human Rights; Global Forum ’94; NetNews; Human Rights Network; Canadian Nurses Association; United Nations Development Update; NGO/DPI; Franciscans International and Dominicans Office; The Stanley Foundation; United Nations Department of Public Information; Novib; United Nations Development Programme; Native Council of Nova Scotia; Melbourne University Law Review; Third World Legal Studies; Harvard Human Rights Yearbook; Human Rights Quarterly; Droits de l’homme et droit au développement; United Nations General Assembly; Report on the Minister’s Consultation on North-South Issues; United Nations Conference on Least Developed Countries; United Nations Economic and Social Council; International Institute for Sustainable Development; Search for Common Ground; Department for International Development; Amnesty International; Futuros; War Resisters League; Fifth Annual Peacebuilding Consultations; Peace Brigades International; Partners for Peace; The Brookings Institution – Johns Hopkins SAIS Project on Internal Displacement; Peacefund Canada; Peace Matters; The ACTivist; United Nations Association of Canada; United Nations Information Service; Canadian Human Rights Foundation; Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security; Disarmament Forum; Denver Journal of International Law and Policy; Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade; International Peace Research Association; The Activist: Ontario’s Peace Newspaper; Peace Section Washington Memo; International Journal of Humanities and Peace; United States Institute of Peace; United States Institute of Peace Press; International Peace Bureau; Partners for Peace; The Fund for Peace: Campaign to Support Teachers in Djibouti; Institute for War and Peace Reporting; Peace, International Understanding, Human Rights and the Rights of People; Hague Appeal for Peace; Netherlands International Law Review; UNESCO; American Political Science Review; Revue de droit des pays d’Afrique; International Lesbian and Gay Association; Gay Male S/M Activists (GMSMA); International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC); Virginia Journal of International Law; National Council for International Health; Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network; The National HIV/AIDS Network for Children, Youth, and Families;

Fliers: Inter Pares; United Nations Environment Programme; Geneva 2000: The Next Step in Social Development; Northwest Corridor Development Corporation; L’assistance canadienne au développement; United Nations Department of Public Information; Protecting People in Times of War International Conference; United States Institute of Peace; International Peace Research Association; United Nations International Year of Peace; Images of War, Visions of Peace: the Hague Appeal for Peace; International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC); International Lesbian and Gay Association

Papers: Services Juridiques en milieu rural et droit au développement (Adama Dieng); Human Rights, Democracy, and Development (Clarence J. Dias, David Gilles); The Right to Development: Problems and Potential (Sammy Adelman); Whose Human Right to Development? (Yash Ghai); Economic Rights and Development (Enrique Errazuriz); A Cost/Benefit Model of the use of Multi-National Peacekeeping Operations (David Mason, Abdul Turay); Appeal of the Nobel Pease Prize Laureates: Share With the Children of the World; Peace and Human Rights (Jeanne Sauvé, Governor General of Canada); The World Peace Movement: Communist Fronts or Human Rights INGOs? (Arthus W. Blaser); The Relationship Between Peoples’ Rights and Human Rights as Defined in Existing Universal International Instruments; (Ion Diaconu); Rights of Peoples and Human Rights: Their Relationship Within the Context of Western Europe (Christian Tomuschat); ‘The Wounds We Bear Are The Freedoms We Lack:’ Human Rights and the Rights of Peoples in Latin America and the Caribbean (Waldo Ansaldi, Fernando Calderón); The Relationship Between Peoples’ Rights and Human Rights in the Context of the Countries of Africa (Hughes Andriamambavola Adriamihaja)

Posters: Social Watch-Control Cuidadano; Production d’armement dans l’île de Montréal; Production d’armement dans le reste du Québec; Towards the International Year for Peace 1986; United Nations Calendar for Peace;

Informational Packets: United Nations Development Programme; A Partnership for Progress in Cooperation with The Government of Mongolia; Reading Material, Workshop on the Right to Development, Ottawa 5, 1995 (Compiled by Human Rights Internet); United Nations Economic Development; World Summit for Social Development Plus 5; Armament and Disarmament: Questions and Answers; Peace is a Human Right, Time to Abolish War: the Hague Appeal for Peace (Conference Program 1999); The Concert for the Hague Appeal for Peace;

Participant Lists: Global Knowledge 97;

Books: Towards a World Economy that Works: The World Economy, The Issues, The U. N. Role; Questions and Answers; Disarmament: Programme of training on Conflict Resolution, Crisis Prevention and Management and Confidence-building among African States; Take Care! Human Rights in the 80s (excerpt);

Bibliography: Peace as a Human Right; Human Rights and the Peace of Nations; Annotated Bibliography on Collective Rights;

Ephemera: Pocket Calendar;

Reports: Report-First Seminar on Collective Rights;

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Publications, Fliers, Posters, Press Releases, Manuscripts, Correspondence, Clippings 1972, 1978, 1980-1984, 1986, 1988-2000   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: International Refugee Documentation Network; Rights, Equality, Solidarity, Power, Europe, Co-Operation Today (RESPECT); The Refugee Council; United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees; International Refugee Documentation Network; United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East; Estatuto de la Oficina del Alto Comisionado de Las Naciones Unidas para Los Refugiados; Refugee Issues; Intergovernmental Committee for Migration; Refugee Policy Group; Issues Before the 43rd General Assembly of the United Nations; Canadian Council for Refugees; British Refugee Council; Exile; Sri Lanka Project; Church World Service; World Peace Through Law Center; Comité Européen pour la Défense des Réfugiés et Immigrés; Refugee Movements and International Solidarity; The Messenger: Frontline Missions; Organization for Aid to Refugees; Center for Migration Studies; International Organization for Migration; Amnesty International; Problèmes économiques; Revue de Droit International de Sciences Diplomatiques et Politiques; Annals of International Studies; Manitoba Law Journal; Church World Service; National Lawyers Guild; Sanctuary Education Committee of Greater Boston; Nuclear Times; Twin Cities Refugee Sanctuary Coalition; Central America Solidarity Networks; PeaceWork: A New England Peace & Social Justice Newsletter; The Annals of the American Academy; Fliers: Refugee Studies Programme at Oxford; Refugee Policy Group; UNHCR-CDR; The Refugee Council; World Development Movement; The 11th Annual National Legal Conference; International Catholic Migrations Commission;

Posters: Refugee Studies Programme at Oxford;

Manuscripts: In Defense of the Alien, Volume XI; Development and Diaspora: Gender Implications of Refugee Experience (Wenona Giles, Helene Moussa, Penny Van Esterick with/and Victoria Foote; unpublished)

Informational Packets: Vienna +5 Global NGO Forum on Human Rights;

Papers: The Covenants Relating to the Status of Refugees and the United Nations Officer of the Huigher commissioner for Refugees (Earl Phillips); Innocent Victims of Civil War as Refugees (David Matas); Sociological Perspectives on Refugee Movements (Anthony H. Richmond); Beyond Humanitarianism: the Need for Political Will to Solve Today’s Refugee Problem (Jean-Pierre Hocke, UNHCR)

Briefs: Recommended Emendations to UN Special Rapporteur Mubanga-Chipoya’s Draft Declaration on the Right to Leave and Return; 1989 Strasbourg Declaration on the Right to Leave and Return;

Bibliographies: UNHCR; Center for Holocaust Studies, Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith;

**There are sensitive materials in this box that need to be addressed**

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Publications, Fliers, Posters, Correspondence, Clippings, Press Clippings 1987-2003   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht, Interfacultaire Werkgroep Homostudies; The Panos Institute; Harvard-Amsterdam Conference Bulletin; Initiatives in Reproductive Health Policy; IPAS; World Health Organization, Global Programme on AIDS, Activities Update; World Health Day; South Africa REPORT; ACT UP San Francisco; Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network; Stichting Mensenrechten Noord-Nederland; International Center for Migration and Health; National AIDS Information Clearinghouse; DPI-NGO; North-South Institute; United Nations Environment Program; Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS; Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development; Needy Brethren: Being Mindful of Other People’s Welfare; Doctors Without Borders; International Council of AIDS Service Organizations (ICASO); National Coalition for Gay and Lesbian Equality; ActionAlert: International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission; ICASO Update; Asian Currents; UNESCO; OUT/LOOK; Boston College Third World Law Journal; AIDS & Public Policy Journal; Refugee Policy Group; Harvard AIDS Institute; United Nations Centre for Human Rights; Anti-Slavery International; National Working Group on Children and Families with HIV/AIDS; Canada AIDS Society;

Fliers: The AIDS Law Project; Naz Foundation; The Panos Institute; World Health Organization, International Labour Office; World AIDS Day 1990; American Friends Service Committee; United States Catholic Conference;

Posters: World Health Day 1992; Global Programme on AIDS;

Bibliographies: Institut Henry-Dunant, SIDA et droits de l’homme; National AIDS Information Clearinghouse: U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, AIDS Bibliography

Informational Packets: World Aids Day 1993; Canada AIDS Treatment Information Exchange;

Reports: IV International Conference for People with HIV/AIDS; Corporate America’s Response to the AIDS Crisis; AIDS, HIV Seroprevalence and AIDS Policy in Western Europe – A Survey (Aart Hendriks)

Papers: Access to Justice?: International Human Rights Law and AIDS (Scott Leckie); AIDS Strategies and Human Rights Obligations (Michael Kirby); AIDS in the European Community (Aart Hendriks);

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Publications, Fliers, Posters, Press Releases, Correspondence, Clippings 1978, 1980-1993, 1995-1997, 1999-2000, 2003-2004   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Pourquoi le Sud nourrit-il le Nord; NGO Workshop on Democratization and Development; USO Forum; Journal of African Law; Stanford Journal of International Law; Texas International Law Journal; The North-South Institute; United Nations Centre for Human Rights; Indian Journal of International Law; International Fellowship of Reconciliation; Alternatives; Comisión para la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos en Centroamérica (CODEHUCA); Denver Journal of International Law and Policy; Development Associates, Inc., Organization for Defending Victims of Violence; Mine Watch; Earth Action; Common Frontiers Project on Human Rights and Economic Integration; World Health Organization; The Third Biennial Conference on the Fate of the Earth; The World Conservation Union; Down to Earth: The Newsletter of the convention to Combat Desertification (CCD); Earth Action; U.S. Veterans Affairs; Canadian International Development Agency; United Nations Environment Programme; Global Health is a Human Right!; Network News/Nouvelles du Réseau; Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network; Canadian AIDS Society; AIDS Clock/Le Chrono du SIDA; Doctors Without Borders; Institute of Development Studies; The American Journal of International Law; World Development; South East Asian Colloquium on Human Rights; WorldWatch Institute; Revue québécoise de droit international; California Western International Law Journal; Parting Company; The Brundtland Commission; To a Safe World Environment; Climate Alliance Action News; Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal; Inter-Parliamentary Conference on Environment; Saskatchewan Law Review; The Products of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED); Connect: UNESCO-UNEP Environment Education Newsletter; Lester Pearson Institute for International Development; Sierra Club of Canada; World Commission on Environment and Development; Earth Summit +5; GreenNet News; Platform for a Responsible and United World; Caritas Internationalis; Carleton University, International Environmental Law Materials; Yale Studies in World Public Order; Harvard International Law Journal; Cours de Formation à l’intention du personnel medical; Third World Reader Service; Health and Human Rights; United Nations Student Handouts; Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions; Yearbook of the United Nations;

Fliers: S. O. S Third World; World Commission on Environment and Development; United Nations Environment Programme; The Third Biennial Conference on the Fate of the Earth; International Institute for Human Rights Studies; International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development; Inter Pares;

Posters: United Nations

Informational Packets: Earth Charter Project; World Commission on Environment and Development; Exercise Collaborative Effort;

Bibliographies: Telecommunications and Developing States, Human Rights Centre;

Papers: Human Rights, Democracy, and “Good Governance”: Stretching the World Bank’s Policy Frontiers (David Gilles); Human Rights and development: Draining the Swamp (Terrence S. Shea); The Right to Development in International Law (Don C. Piper); Human Rights and the Islamic Attitude Towards Development (Ismail Abdel Rahim Shalaby); Promoting Basic Needs Values Through International Organizations: Successful Development Agenda Setting (Jean M. Stern); Human Right to a Decent Environment (I. Rummel-Bulska); Some Aspects of the Role of Women in Economic Development; Relationships Between Human Rights, Development and Solidarity: South/North NGO Solidarity in Fostering Popular Participation (Clarence J. Dias); Sustainable Development and How to Achieve It;

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Correspondence, financial records, publications, 1981-1985   1.3 Linear Feet

General

Oragnization: folders with tabs/labels.

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: conference materials, Ford Foundation, reports, The Rockefeller Foundation.

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Publications, 2004   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: conference materials, miscellaneous, newsletters.

General

Most of these publications are issued newsletters/magazines that are continuations of volumes in dodd periodicals. Neither Dodd nor HBL has these cataloged, yet.

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Correspondence, publications, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1997   1.3 Linear Feet

General

Organization: folders with tabs/labels. Some materials photocopied.

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: China, INGO, Latin America, miscellaneous, The Dark Side of the Sun, reports.

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Ephemera, publications, 1975, 1979, 1982-1983   1.3 Linear Feet

General

Organization: folders with tabs/labels.

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: newsletters, pamphlets, reports, surveys,

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Publications, 1980-1988   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: Center for Constitutional Rights, magazines, newsletters,The Catholic Institute for International Relations (CIIR).

General

Box contains materials that may be considered by some to be disturbing. Single photograph depicts victim of an Alabamba lynching, 1984.

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Publications, Fliers, Posters, Correspondence, Clippings, Administrative Records, Press Releases, Maps, Ephemera,  1967, 1981, 1984-1988, 1990-2004   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action; World Organization Against Torture; BRIDGEL Development-Gender; In Brief: BRIDGE Bulletin; Amnesty International; United Nations Economic and Social Council; Catholics for a Free Choice; International Committee of Lawyers for Tibet; Canadian Beijing Facilitating Committee; The Center for Reproductive Law and Policy; United Nations World Conference on Trade and Development; International Women’s Tribune Centre; Equality Now; Women’s Action Campaign ‘95; Women’s Linkage Caucus; Women’s Environment & Development Organization; United Nations Action in Canada; The Sisterhood is Global Institute; UNESCO; Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women; Women Building Peace; The Center for Reproductive Law and Policy; Institute for Gender and Ethnicity; World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters; Interhemispheric Resource Center and Institute for Policy Studies; International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development; Women’s Commission for Refugee Women and Children; International Confederation of Free Trade Unions; Women’s Voices ’94; International Women’s Health Coalition; New York University Journal of International Law and Politics; Directory of Canadian Women in International Law; Droit Social; Women’s Caucus for Gender Justice; Women’s Studies International Forum; L’Homme et la société; Revue de Droit International de sciences diplomatiques et politiques; Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law; Solicitors’’ Journal; Anglo-American Law Review; Southern California Law Review; The Modern Law Review; Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems; The Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly; Tanzania Media Women’s Association; Les Cahiers de Droit; Canadian Journal of Women and the Law; Human Rights Quarterly; United Nations Focus on Women; Virginia Law Review; Comité Québécois femmes et développement; Foreign Service Journal; United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute; Hague Okinawa Peace Exchange; Women’s Human Rights in Conflict Situations Newsletter

Fliers: Human Rights Watch; Association for Women in Development; Equality Now; Association for Progressive Communication; Femmes de la francophonie; World Day for Prevention of Child Abuse 1997; VAWW-NET Japan; The British Council; World Rural Women’s Day; Status of Women Canada;

Posters: Center for Reproductive Law and Policy; Women Worlds Summit Foundation;

Informational Packets: Resource Book for Participants in China’s Human Rights Situation and the U. N. Fourth World Conference on Women; Women in Development; United Nations Development Fund for Women; UNICEF Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against; International Women’s Week, St. Petersburg, 1997; World March Women; Women Building Peace; There Are No Human Rights Without Women’s Rights

Papers: Women and Human Rights (Georgina Ashworth); International Strategies to Implement Equality Rights for Women: Overcoming Gender Bias in the Courts (Kathleen E. Mahoney); Women, Human Rights and Democracy; Capital Punishment for Female Offenders: Present Female Death Row Inmates and Death Sentences and Executions of Female Offenders, January 1, 1973 to May 1, 1993 (Victor L. Streib); Promoting Human Rights Through Regional Organizations: Women’s Rights in Western Europe (Jane P. Sweeney); Elementos conceptuales y metodologicos para la investigacion en derechos humanos con perspectiva di genero (Laura Guzmán Stein); Derechos humans y discriminacion: La perpsectiva de las mujeres (Laura Guzmán Stein, Andrea Winter); International Strategies to Implement Equality Rights For Women: Overcoming Gender Bias in the Courts (Kathleen E. Mahoney)

Reports: Report on the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women and the Obligations Canada Will Assume Upon Its Ratification (Helene Bruce Puccini); Human Rights Abuses Against Women: A Worldwide Survey; recommandations relatives aux droits de la femme en Afrique et dans le monde arabe;

Maps: From Women’s Conference in Beijing, 1995

Bibliographies: Women and Development: An Annotated Bibliography and Resource Guide for CIDA Planners and Project Officers; A Select Bibliography of Women’s Human Rights;

Books: Procréation artificielle où en sont l’éthique et le droit? (C. Byk, ed., table of contents only, photocopy)

Ephemera: Stickers, World Rural Women’s Day

Some materials are organized into folders. Folder headings: Women’s Conference in Beijing, NGO Access, 1995; Women’s Conference in Beijing, NGO Papers/Documents, 1995); Women’s Conference in Beijing, Miscellaneous information, 1995)

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Publications, Fliers, Posters, Press Releases, Correspondence, Clippings, Administrative Records, Ephemera, Optical Disks 1981-1983, 1985-1999, 2001-2003   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Commission on the Status of Women; American Journal of International Law; Inter-Parliamentary Union; ILO Procedures for Women; World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action; International Women’s Health Meeting; Women of the World: Latin American and the Caribbean; United Nations Backgrounder; International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development; NGO Expert Meeting on the mandate of the Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women, its Causes and Consequences; Calling for Change: International Strategies to End Violence Against Women; Inter-American Convention on the Prevention, Punishment and Eradication of Violence Against Women; Africa Watch: Women’s Rights Project; Institute for Women, Law, and Development; Human Rights Watch: National Coalition for Haitian Refugees; Human Rights Watch: Women’s Rights Project; SAIS Review; World Organization Against Torture; Center for Global Issues and Women’s Leadership; Human Rights Quarterly; World Health Organization; Alert Series, Women: Female Genital Mutilation; Droit et Cultures; First International Symposium on Circumcision; NewScientist; Minnesota Law Review; Women in Human Settlements Development Programme; Women Center: Media Center of Soros Foundation; Equality Now; Center for Reproductive Law and Policy; Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network; World Programme of Action Concerning Disabled Persons; United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights; United Nations Decade of Disabled Persons, 1983-1992; Expert Group Meeting on Alternative ways to Mark the End of the United Nations Decade of Disabled Persons; UNESCO; International Labour Review; Governance: An International Journal of Policy and Administration; Action Canada for Population and Development; AIDS Health Promotion Exchange; BBC; Japanese Foundation for AIDS Prevention; UNAIDS; International Council of AIDS Service Organizations (ICASO); Alternative Law Research and Development Center, Inc. (ALTERLAW); International Community of Women living with HIV/AIDS (ICW); Colectivo Sol; Global Network of People Living with AIDS (GNP+); Network of African People Living with HIV/AIDS (NAP+); World AIDS Campaign; FXB Worldwide; Panos AIDS Briefing; Ecumenical Documentation and Information Centre for Eastern and Southern Africa (EDICESA); Growth House, Inc.; Migrants Against HIV/AIDS; AIDS Prevention Program for Youth – Student Workbook; NCIH;

Fliers: The Center for Reproductive Law and Policy; Women for Women International; World Conference on Women, Beijing; MATCH International Centre; Birth Without Boundaries Project; Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women; National Organization of Circumcision Information Resource Centers; Programme for the Prevention of Prostitution & Violence Against Women; Naripokkho; United Nations Development Project; National Union of Cuban Jurists; Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network; Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development; Six Billion and Beyond; Disabled Peoples’ International;

Posters: World Rural Women’s Day; World Day for the Rights of Children 2001

Informational Packets: La coalición internacional a favor de los derechos sexuales y reproductivos; Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network; Disabled Peoples’ International; STD World Congress; Fifth International Conference on Aids in Africa;

Papers: Patriarchy and Violence Against Women (Yukiko Tsunoda); Equality of Treatment Between Men and Women in Employment; The Role of the Focal Point for Human Rights of Women (Rukia Hussen-Aden); Violence Against Women in the Caribbean: Some Indicators and Trends (Roberta Clarke); Female Subject of Public International Law: The Case of Clitoridectomy (Karen Engle); Global Aspects of AIDS (Mark E. Wojcik);

Reports: ILO Tripartite Symposium on Equality of opportunity and Treatment for Men and Women in Employment in Industrialised Countries; Improving Communications about People with Disabilities

Ephemera: Wave Belize and Sistren Jamaica bumper sticker; World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action bookmarks;

Optical Disks: Action Canada for Population and Development: The Application of Human Rights to Reproductive & Sexual Health, 2nd edition;

Dissertation Manuscript: The Role of International Human Rights Law in improving the Status of Women in the Muslim World (Shaheen Sardar Ali); Confidentiality and Liability: Current Issues in AIDS and the Law (Mark Erik Hecht);

Resource Materials: HIV/AID & Human Rights

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Publications, Fliers, Posters, Magnetic Disks, Clippings, Correspondence, Press Releases 1983, 1986-1999, 2001   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Action pour un Développement Intégré Durable et Droits de l’homme au TCHAD; Association Tchadienne pour la promotion et la defense des droits de l’homme; Ligue Tchadienne des droits de l’homme (LTDH); Lawyer to Lawyer Network; Amnesty International; World Press Freedom Committee; National Coordination of Cameroon Students (The Students Parliament); United Nations Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CAT); Index on Censorship; Committee for Human Rights in Cameroon; Cameroon Monitor; International Centre Against Censorship; Southern Cameroon National Council; Ligue Centrafricaine des droits de l’homme (LCDH); Fédération Internationale des Droits de l’Homme; Mouvement Burkinabe des droits de l’homme et des peuples (MBDHP); the U. S. Committee for Refugees; World Organization Against Torture; Centre d’education et formation integree; Le Pays: Quotidien Independent d’Informations generals du Burkina; Info-Burundi; United Nations Department of Humanitarian Affairs; African Affairs: The Journal of the Royal African Society; The National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (UNITA); The Washington Office on Africa; United Nations Angola Verification Mission; United Nations Security Council; World Health Organization; Human Rights Watch Arms Project; Angola Peace Monitor; UDC Newsletter; American Friends Service Committee; SEAFILD Newsletter; Association vive le paysan; Women’s International Network News; United Nations Focus on the New Agenda for Africa; International and Comparative Law Quarterly; Africa Policy Information Center; Refuge! Africa; CILSS; International Federation of Women Lawyers; Association des femmes juristes du Benin (AFJB); Association des femmes jurists gabonaises; Anti-Racism Information Services (ARIS); Human Rights Watch/ Middle East; Algeria: A War Against Civilians; Libération; mission permanente de la République Algérienne démocratique et populaire auprès de l’office des Nations Unies et des organisations internationales en Suisse; Lawyer to Lawyer Network; Association independante pour le triomphe des droits des femmes; Arabies; Sisterhood is Global Institute; Association Culturelle AZAR; Journal of Modern African Studies; Revue Générale de Droit International Public; New from Africa Watch and Middle East Watch; (Prisons) d’Afrique; United Nations Research Institute for Social Development; Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung; International Commission of Jurists; UNESCO; InterAfrican Union for Human Rights; Canadian Association of African Studies; Associates in Rural Development, Inc.; International Review of the Red Cross; HRI Reporter; Human Rights Africa for Continental Defense of Rights & Liberties; Philosophy and Social Action; German Foundation for International Development; Revue de la Commission Africaine des Droits de l’Hommeet des Peuples; Journal of Modern African Studies; International Studies Quarterly; IMCS Documentation and Information Centre;

Fliers: Service des Eglises Protestantes pour les Droits Humains et la Paix; European University Institute; Student Action for Refugees (STAR); Center for Global Education; Association pour la Promotion de l’etat de droit (APED); The conference on Security, Stability Development, and Cooperation in Africa (CSSDCA)

Posters: Center for Global Education; The Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria; Africa Policy Information Center;

Reports: Angola: Violations on the Laws on War by Both Sides (Africa Watch); The Use of Child Soldiers in Africa: An Overview

Informational Packets: Cairo +5 (Center for Reproductive Law and Policy); Communities and the Information Society in Africa; Canada/U. S. Conference on Internally Displaced Women & Children in Africa;

Books: Prisoners Without a Crime (Albert Mukong, photocopy); Guide juridiques de la femme Beninoise (Association des femmes jurists du Benin)

Declarations: Declaration of Windhoek on Promoting an Independent and Pluralistic African Press; Harare Declaration of Human Rights;

Briefs: In the Matter Between Unity Dow and the Attorney General of Botswana (Bert B. Lockwood, Jr.)

Papers: The International Law of Human Rights in Africa: Basic Documents and Annotated Bibliography (Munyonzwe Hamalengwa); Who Will Control Africa in the 21st Century? (Richard Cornwell); Rethinking African Democracy (Claude Aké); Au Maghred, Les militants des droits de l’homme dans la tourmente (Adbelaziz Zouaydi); Gender Problems, the Uncertain Democratisation Processes and Human Rights in Africa (Shadrack B. O. Gutto)

Magnetic Disks: Atlantic Human Rights Centre;

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Publications, Fliers, Posters, Books, Correspondence 1978, 1981, 1984-1996, 1998-1999, 2001-2002   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Inter-Church Committee for Refugees; Immigration and Refugee Board (Canada); ILSA Journal of International Law; Refugee Service of the Commission on Inter-Church Aid; Refugee and World Service; World Council of Churches; Intergovernmental Committee for Migration; Women’s Commission for Refugee Women and Children; World Watch; United Nations General Assembly; United Nations Executive committee of the High Commissioner’s Programme; United Nations Focus; United Nations Resolutions and Decisions relating to the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees; UNHCR; Quaker U. N. Office; IRB Legal Services; Canadian Churches in Solidarity with Uprooted People; Parlement Europeen; Criminal Law Forum: An International Journal; United Nations Economic and Social Council; Osaka Commemorative Meeting for the 46th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; Virginia Journal of International Law; The American Journal of International Law; Science and Human Rights Program of The American Association for the Advancement of Science; International Labour Organization (Trebilcock); Pambazuka News; African Human Rights Research Association (AHRA); The Africa Fund; Action News (American Committee on Africa); South Africa Negotiations Watch; STOP Apartheid’s Violence; Unlock Apartheid’s Jaws; South Africa Perspectives: Human Rights Review; African Topics;

Fliers: The Ninth Annual National Legal Conference: Immigration & Refugee Policy; STOP Apartheid’s Violence;

Posters: International Development Research Center (Canada)

Papers: Documenting Country Conditions of Refugee Claims Based on Domestic Violence (Matya Kotlier); Refugee Women and the Experience of Cultural Uprooting (Sharon Krummel); The Gender Difference: Feminist Critiques of Refugee Discourse; Men, Their Rights and Nothing More; Women, Their Rights and Nothing Less (Rebecca M. M. Wallace); Country Conditions Research for Refugee Claims (Matya Kotlier); Monitoring Factors Related to Possible Refugee Outflows and Comparable Emergencies (James O. C. Jonah); Droits de l’homme, femmes, tradition et developpement (Bibiane Gahamanyi Mbaye); The Exhaustion of Domestic Remedies – A Critique of a Procedural Requirement Under the African Charter: A Recommendation for Interpretation (Nana K. A. Busia Jr.); Towards a Framework for the Filing of communications (Complaints) on Economic and Social Rights Under the African Charter – Phase I (Nana K. A. Busia Jr., Bibiane Gahamanyi Mbaye); A Contribution to the Debate on Civilian Control of Police Powers in Toronto, 1988- (Munyonzwe Hamalengwa);

Informational Packets: Immigration and Refugee Board (Canada); Females Refugees and Sexual Violence: Outlines and Guidelines for Assistance; Guidelines on the Protection of Refugee Women (UNHCR)

Interview/News Broadcast Transcripts: Transcripts related to the release of the Guidelines Issued by the Chairperson Pursuant to Section 65(3) of the Immigration Act (Women Refugee Claimants Fearing Gender-Related Persecution)

Governmental Documents: Guidelines Issued by the Chairperson Pursuant to Section 65(3) of the Immigration Act (Women Refugee Claimants Fearing Gender-Related Persecution)

Books: Written Constitutions: A Computerized Comparative Study (Henc van Marrseveen, Ger van der Tang)

Reports: Final Report: A Feasability Study for a Regional Center for Judicial Documentation and Research in Sub-Saharan Africa (International Institute for the Administration of Justice CSLA, Inc.)

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Publications, Fliers, Correspondence, Clippings, Press Releases 1974, 1979-1981, 1987-1996, 1998, 2000, 2005   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; United Nation Department of Public Information; Human Rights Watch; International Commission of Jurists; International Human Rights: Contemporary Issues; Unitarian Universalist Service Committee; Amnesty International; International Conference on Assistance to Refugees in Africa (ICARA); ICARA Report; United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR); Refugee Policy Group; Revue international du Travail; International Labour Review; Refugee Issues; World Health Organization; African Commission on Human & People’s Rights; Global Coalition for Africa/Africa Leadership; Organization of African Unity; Second ICJ Workshop on NGO Participation in the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights; Human Rights Law Journal; The Fund for Peace; Legal Research and Resource Center for Human Rights; Assembly of Heads of State and Government; Plan of Action Against Impunity in Africa, adopted in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, March 23, 1996;

Fliers: Council for the Development of Economic and Social Research in Africa (CODESRIA); TransAfrica; The Africa Fund; International Commission of Jurists;

Papers: Problems with the Promotion of National and International Respect for Fundamental Human Rights: Lessons from Ethiopia and the Sudan (William M. Sproull); Can Trade Unions Promote Human Rights in Africa? (Rhoda Howard); Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law: Problem s of Legitimacy in Post-Colonial Africa (Rhoda E. Howard); African Refugees (U. S. Ambassador Jeane J. Kirkpatrick); Durable Solutions to the Refugee Problem in Africa: An Elusive Subject; The Legal Dimensions of the Refugee Problem in Africa (Ayok Chol Anthony); Refugees and Displaced People in Africa (Nicholas Van Hear); Terror Incognito: The U. S. Conspiracy Behind Museveni’s Wars (Remigius Kintu); Acquisitions Policy for the Documentation Centre of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Right (Momodou Baldeh); The Exhaustion of Local Remedies: A Critique of a Procedural Requirement under the African Charter: Recommendations for Interpretation (Nana K. A. Busia Jr.); Towards a Framework for the Filing of Communications (Complaints) on Economic and Social Rights Under the African Charter – Phase I (Nana K. A. Busia Jr., Bibiane G. Mbaye); Taking the African Charter on Human Rights and Peoples Rights Seriously (Kiraitu Murungi), The OAU and Human Rights: Reflections on the Commission (Claude E. Welch, Jr.)

Report: Implementation of the OUA/ UN Conventions and Domestic Legislation Concerning the Rights and Obligations of Refugees in Africa (Refugee Studies Program)

Informational Packets: Africa Malaria Day;

Conference Proceedings: Constitutionalism and Political Development in Africa;

Unofficial Transcript: 14th Session of the African Commission on Human Right Peoples’ Rights

Bibliographies: African Commission on Human & People’s Rights

Foldered Materials: ICJ-NGO Workshop, Banjul, 1991; ICJ Workshops on African Commission; ICJ-NGO Workshop, Banjul, 1994

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Publications, Fliers, Correspondence, Adminitration Records 1973-1978, 1980-1981, 1983, 1985, 1987-1996, 1998-1999   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Commonwealth Africa Human Rights Conference; Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights; United Nations Division of Human Rights; African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights; Organization of African Unity; United Nations Economic Commission for Africa; International Peace Academy; The Huri-Laws Newsletter; The International Centre for the Legal Protection of Human Rights; African Center for Democracy and Human Rights Studies; Fifth ICJ Workshop on NGO Participation in the African Commission on Human and Peoples Rights; Le mois à l’OUA; OAU Echo; Organization of African Unity; International Legal Materials; Revue juridique et politique d’Outre; Journal of African Law; Amnesty International; American Journal of International Law; International Institute of Human Rights; Su Suuf Seddee l’échec; Center for African Legal Development, Legal Process and the Individual African, Source Materials (Parts 1-4); International Commission of Jurists; Ecumenical Documentation and Information Center for Eastern and Southern Africa (EDICESA); Inter-Church Coalition on Africa; The North-South Institute; Southern African Educational Campaign; The Washington Office on Africa; Fliers: The Washington Office on Africa; Inter-Church Coalition on Africa; Environmental Development Action in the Third World (ENDA)

Conference Proceedings: Association Senegalaise d’etudes et de recherches juridiques, Le Développement et les Droits de l’Homme

Informational Packets: Fifth ICJ Workshop on NGO Participation in the African Commission on Human and Peoples Rights

Papers: Enhancing the Procedures of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights with Respect to Individual Communications (Chidi Anselm Odinkalu, Abdullahi An-Naim); Land, Property Rights, the Decolonization Process and Democracy in Africa: Lessons to South Africa From Zimbabwe and Kenya (Shadrack B. O. Gutto); The Banjul Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights: A Legal Analysis (Richard Gittleman); The Banjul Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (Winston Langley); Human Rights in Africa: Problems and Prospects (Edward Kannyo)

Reports: Manual on Human Rights Reporting Under the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (Raymond Sock, Nana K. S. Busia Jr.); Report of the Seminar on the National Implementation of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights in the Internal Legal Systems in Africa; African Perspectives on Human Rights: a Report on Emerging African Opinion (Warren Weinstein, Lisa Jones, Frank McCoy)

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Publications, Fliers, Correspondence, Clippings, Press Releases, Postcards 1969-1971, 1973-1974, 1976-1977, 1980, 1982-1983, 1985-1988, 1990-2000   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Fedefam Congress; Inter-American Commission on Human Rights; Inter-American Court of Human Rights; The American Journal of International Law; Organizacíon de los estados Americanos; CEDHU; American Journal of Criminal Law; Legal Research Update; Common Frontiers; United States International Trade Commission; The Inter-American; Economic Policy Institute; North American Agreement on Labor Cooperation; Human Rights Watch; Migration World; Canadian Foundation for the Americas (FOCAL); Fundacion ECOS; International Institute for Sustainable Development; Organization of American States; New England Council of Latin American Studies; Summit of the Americas Center; Amnesty International; Washington Office on Latin America; Washington Office on Latin America; Inter-American Specialized Conference on Human Rights; WOLA Andean Initiatives; WOLA Briefing Series; WOLA News;

Fliers: Fedefam; Inter-American Court of Human Rights; Centro de Asesoría y promoción electoral; Coordinadora Nacional de Derechos Humanos; Inter-American Court of Human Rights; Organization of American States;

Papers: Confronting Human Rights Violations Committed by Former Governments: Principles Applicable and Political Constraints (José Zalaquett); The North American Free Trade Agreement: Potential Migration Consequences (Carlos Ortiz Miranda); The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (David J. Padilla); The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and the Suspension of Guarantees (Robert E. Norris); Santiago Commitment and the New World Order: Preliminary Thoughts on their Implications for Democracy and Human Rights in the Americas (Stephen J. Schably)

Reports: Draft Convention Defining Torture as an International Crime

***This box contains court decisions which include names. Needs to be restricted***

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Publications, Fliers, Administrative Records, Correspondence, Press Releases, Ephemera, Books 1982-1989, 1991-2002   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Autrement Vivre (Differently Living); Caribbean Review; World Health Organization; Christian Task Force on Central America; Caribbean Rights/Penal Reform International Conference; Proyecto Caribeño de Justicia y Paz; Caribbean Rights; Asociación Centroamericana de Familiares de Detenidos Desaparecidos (ACAFADE); Boletin informativo CIOSL ORIT; Minority Right Group International; Agencia Independiente de Prensa; Bienvenida Embajadora de la PAZ; Casa Rutilio Grande; Aquelarre; Central America Update; International Human Rights Law Group; New England Council of Latin American Studies; LADOC; Peru Solidarity Forum; Daedalus: Journal of American Academy of Arts and Sciences; International Organization; Comision Andina de Juristas; CIREFCA; Latin American Report; Servicio ecumenico para la dignidad humana (SEDHU)l; Oficina de informacion sobre migraciones en america del sur; Seminario dobre evaluacion del sistema interamericano de proteccion a los derechos humanos; Amnesty International; Inter-American Development Bank; South and Meso American Indian Rights Center; Breaking Boundaries; (Comité de América Latina y el Caribe para la Defense de los Derechos de la Mujer; CLADEM; Instituto de investigacion, capacitacion y desarrollo de la mujer; Save the Children; CEDODAP; Comisión Latinoamericana por los Derechos y Libertades de los Trabajadores y Pueblos; Lelio Basso International Foundation for the Rights and Liberation of Peoples; Permanent People’s Tribunal; UNESCO; Indian Council of South America; American Friends Service Committee; Survival International; FOCAL; Houston Journal of International Law; Centro de investigacion y educacion popular; Committee of Mothers and Relatives of Political Prisoners, Disappeared and Assassinated of El Salvador (Co-Madres); La educacion en derechos humanos y la autodeterminacion de los pueblos indios;

Fliers: Proyecto Caribeño de Justicia y Paz; Asociación Centroamericana de Familiares de Detenidos Desaparecidos (ACAFADE); Anti-Slavery International; Comisión evangélica latino Americana de educación Cristiana (CELADEC); Coalition for Justice in the Maquiladoras; UNICEF; CECODAP;

Informational Packets: Options for Peace in Central America: Background & Analysis (American Friends Service Committee; Latin American Commission for the rights and Freedoms of the Workers and their People (CLADEHLT)

Papers: Comisión evangélica latino Americana de educación Cristiana (CELADEC); Land Rights and Indigenous Peoples: The Role of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (Shelton H. Davis); Memo for the New Drug Czar (Kenneth Sharpe, Eva Bertram); Reflections on the Gulf War Experience: Force and War in the United Nations System (Richard Falk)

Reports: International Conference on the Protection of Human Rights Defenders in Latin America and the Caribbean; The Hague Declaration on An Alternative Policy for Central America and the Caribbean; Rapport de Mission dans les Caraibes et en Amerique Centrale; Satellite Meeting “La Nuestra:” Diagnostics and Strategies Concerning Human Rights of Women in Latin America and the Caribbean;

Books: Religion and Politics in Comparative Perspective (Bronislaw Misztal and Anson Shupe, ed. excerpts)

Foldered Materials: CIDHAL-Mexico; CEJIS-Bolivia; KOEYU; SOS-Brasil; INVESP-Venezuela; CEPAM-Ecuador; CIDHUSOJUPA-Panama; ASSIM BONANGA-Columbia; CODEFAM-El Salvador; CEDIAL-Chile; Rogers;

Ephemera: 2000 Calendar;

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Publications, Fliers, Posters, Press Releases, Correspondence, Postcards,  1978, 1984, 1987-1996, 1998-2002   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Convention on the Rights of the Child; Ministry of Women and Children of the United Methodist Church; Defense for Children International; International Congress on Working for Children’s Rights; Actions for Orphans; Questionnaire relating to the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography; Canadian Human Rights Foundation; United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women; Women in Development; International Labour Office; Anti-Slavery Society; The International Conference on War Affected Children; Background to Development; International Women’s Health Coalition; Women’s Voices ’94; Earth Negotiations Bulletin; UNESCO; Keep Our Earth Clean;

Fliers: The Fellowship of Reconciliation; Save the Children; Child Rights Information Network (CRIN); Centre National d’Information et de Documentation des femmes et des Famille; Breast Cancer Society of Canada; United Nations Population Fund; Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions (COHRE); UNESCO; United Nations Fund for Population Activities

Posters: Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions (COHRE)

Informational Packets: DCI/UNICEF Briefing Kit; International Bureau for Children’s Rights; Fourth World Conference on Women; Stop Using Child Soldiers

Reports: Children on the Brink: Executive Summary, Updated Estimates & Recommendations for Intervention (Susan Hunter, John Williamson); Status of Women and the U. N. (Ron Braun); Family, Marriage and Children: Selected International Human Rights Instruments;

Bibliographies: Women and equal rights: An exhibition of books arranged by The British Council for Warsaw, November 1994;

Materials in binders: Children’s Rights Co-ordinator Resources (3 volumes, including United Nation Economic and Social Council, UNICEF, Convention on the Rights of the Child

Bound Materials: Children In Situations of Armed Conflict (Everett M. Ressler, Joanne Marie Tortorici, Alex Marcelino)

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Publications, Fliers, Clippings, Correspondence, Press Releases 1979-1980, 1982-1990, 1992-1995, 1997, 1999   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Defense for Children International; World Health Organization; American College of Physicians; Public Citizen’s Congress Watch; Equal Justice USA; Defense for Children International; B’Tselem; Hotline for the Defense of the Individual; The public Committee Against Torture in Israel; Israeli-Palestinian Physicians for Human Rights; Workers’ Hotline; Doctors Without Borders; Secretariat for the Informal NGO; International Association of Juvenile and Family Court Magistrates; NGO Forum; The Children’s Tribune; Association for the Advancement of Children’s Rights Information Management (AACRIM); United Nations Economic and Social Council; Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights; Casa de Proyecto Libertad; U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families; International Conference: Parents with Disabilities and Their Families; Through the Looking Glass; U. S. Department of Labor; IPA Initiatives; National Organization of Circumcision Information Resource Centers (NOCIRC); Multinational Monitor; Children Under Apartheid; The Children’s Tribune; UNESCO; The Atlantic Monthly; Texas International Law Journal; Annuaire Français de droit international; Federations internals des ligues des droits de l’homme (FIDH)

Fliers: Defense for Children International; End child prostitution, child pornography and trafficking of children for sexual purposes (ecpat); The International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN); CEDPA; National Association of Counsel for Children; National Committee for Prevention of Child Abuse (NCPCA); W. K. Kellogg Foundation; National Committee for the Prevention of Child Abuse; Children’s Environmental Health II: A Global Forum for Action;

Bibliographies: The Children’s Guardian: Computerized Database on the Violations of the Rights of the Child; The Children’s Clarion: A Computerized Database on Violations of the Rights of the Child

Informational Packets: International Labour Office; Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance; World Health Day 1995; The Future United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child

Reports: Briefing Note to UNICEF on the Proposed United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child; Child Prostitution, Trafficking and Pornography (International Report)

Papers: Child Sex Tourism: The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in an International Context; The Commercialization of Child-Sex (Michael Jupp); The Rights of the Child in Central America (Roger Plant); Papers from the Meeting on Studies on the Effects of Recent Technological Advances, Particularly as these concern brain research, biological experimentation, neurophysiology, genetic manipulation, individual physiology and drugs on human rights, with specific reference to vulnerable groups;

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Publications, Fliers, Press Releases, Correspondence, Press Releases 1986-1987, 1989-2002   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Eritrean People’s Liberation Front; Index on Censorship; Amnesty International; Ethiopian Joint Action Committee for Democracy; Middle East Watch; The American Coptic Association; Land Center for Human Rights (LCHR); Group for Democratic Development; The Egyptian Human Rights NGOs; International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development; The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights; Sisterhood is Global Institute; Al Fagr Center for Human Rights; Christian Solidarity International; Lawyers Committee for Human Rights; International and comparative Law Quarterly; Jubilee Campaign; Nuevos Derechos del Hombre; The Canadian Centre International PEN; Human Rights Watch; Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies; Fédération Internationale des Droits de l’Homme; Droits de l’Homme et Solidarite; L’Evolution Recente de da Democratie au Congo; Centre d’education et de formation d’education et de formation integree; Zaire Information and Analysis Group (ZIAG); Association Djiboutienne d’Aide Humanitaire; Legal Research and Resource Center for Human Rights; Business Men and Women Association (BUSMEWOA); People Without Frontiers; Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA); Eritrean Relief Committee; Journal of African Studies; Africa Watch; Ethiopia News and Views; Ethiopian Press Journalists Association (EFJA); Embassy of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia;

Fliers: Land Center for Human Rights; NGOs’ Forum for Women in Development; The Egyptian Center for Women’s Rights; The Group for Democratic Development (GDD)

Reports: INS Resource Center, Profile Series: Ethiopia, the Status of Amharas Since May 1991; The Position of Working Women in Egypt with field notes on conditions in rural communities; The children employment in Egypt’s countryside are victims for no worth;

Papers: NGOs and Development in Post War Eritrea (Paulos Tesfagiorgis); “Où est l’honneur?” Le Procès Disciplinaire de Maître Nicolas Tiangaye (Reed Brody); Tutsi Invasion of Congo (Remigius Kintu);

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Publications, Fliers, Posters, Ephemera, Postcards, Correspondence, Press Releases 1976, 1978, 1981-1982, 1985-2001, 2003-2004   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Cinquième Monde; Sisterhood is Global Institute; Interregional Public Association “Women’s Unity”; United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women; American Society of International Law; NGO Forum on Women ’95; The Daily Statistics Canada; International Federation of University Women; Parlement Européen; CLADEM; Women’s Centres Worldwide; UNESCO; Center for the Study of Human Rights (Columbia University); Women in International Security; The Fund for the Feminist Majority; Women Living under Muslim Laws; Women’s Action Forum; Radio Free Europe; International University Exchange Fund; Canadian Council for International Co-operation; Connecticut Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights; Africa Research and Publication Project; Intellect; International Association of Democratic Jurists; Physicians for Human Rights; Federation Internationale des Droits de l’Homme (FIDH); International Legal Defense Counsel; World Health Organization; Council of Europe; United Nations Work for Women; United Nations Decade for Women; Vienna +5; International Movement of Catholic Students; Advies Commissie Mensen Rechten; International NGO Conference; RED por la vigilancia activa de los derechos internacionales de la mujer; Servicio internacional de información y comunicación de la mujer (ISIS); femmes 2000; Focus on Women; Australian Feminist Law Journal; U. S. Department of State; Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia; United Nations Division for Economic and Social Information; Status of Women Canada; Israel Communique; Amnesty International; Equality Now; AWID News; International Women’s Rights Action Watch; Women, Public Policy and Development Project; Centre for Social Development of Women, Branch for the Advancement of Women; CLEIS Press; BRIDGE; PRHRE; Be active, be emancipated; UNHCR; Dutch Foundation for Health and Human Rights;

Fliers: The Association for Women in Development; UN Department of Public Information; NGO Forum 1985; Match International Centre; United Nations; Women in Development; European centre for work and society; MATCH International Center; Women’s International Cross-Cultural Exchange; Women’s international Resource Center; Servicio internacional de información y comunicación de la mujer (ISIS); Inter-African Committee on Traditonal Practices Affected the Heath of Women and Children; Women’s International Network; The Development Law & Policy Program

Informational Packets: UNIFEM; Fourth World Conference on Women/NGO Forum; Teenage Pregnancy in the South: Charting Our Destiny; Women Building Peace

Posters: World Rural Women’s Day; World Day for the Prevention of Child Abuse

Papers: Violations of Human Rights in the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, April 20, 1975 – April 30, 1983 (Ginetta Sagan, Stephen Denney); Reflection on the Genesis and Dynamics of Accumulation in Europe and its Implications for Social Justice and Human Rights (Joost B. W. Kuitenbrouwer); African Refugees, Human Rights and the World Community;

Reports: NGO Committee on the Status of Women; United Nations and the Advancement of Women: The role of the Nordic countries to promote efforts by the UN System for the advancement of women; Seminar on Disabled Women; A Report on the Tenth Session of the committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (Andrew Byrnes); Report on the Implementation of CEDA in the People’s Republic of China;

Statements to the UN General Assembly (53rd Session), Agenda Items 103 (Advancement of Women) and 104 (Implementation of the outcome of the fourth world conference on women) from: Slovakia, Cuba, Singapore, Vietnam, Pakistan; Malawi, Eritrea, Croatia, Australia, India

Ephemera: Sisters on Earth Calendar 1996;

**This box contains materials that need to be restricted****

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Publications, Correspondence, Administrative Records, Clippings, Press Releases 1978, 1983-1984, 1987-1998   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Foldered Materials (folder headings): HRI Letters Sent; Amnesty International (separate folders for the following countries: Afghanistan, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Azerbaydzhan, Bangladesh, China, Indonesia, Japan, Macao, United States); Unknown/Miscellaneous; Committee to Return Silvia Baraldini to Italy; Farmworker Justice Fund; American Civil Liberties Union; Center for Economic and Social Rights; Association for the Prevention of Torture; Women Living under Muslim Laws: International Solidarity Network; Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA); HRI Organizations Listing Forms and Informational Material, USA/Canada; HRI Organizations Listing Forms and Informational Material, Central/South America, Caribbean; HRI Organizations Listing Forms and Informational Material, Asia and the Pacific; HRI Organizations Listing Forms and Informational Material, Africa; HRI Organizations Listing Forms and Informational Material, Europe and Middle East; National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild; Human Rights without Frontiers –Press Service, August 21, 1998-November 18, 1998; Human Rights without Frontiers –Press Service, November 19, 1998-December 22, 1998; Egyptian Organization for Human Rights-Reports;

Other Publications: The American University Journal of International Law and Policy

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Correspondence, ephemera, map, publications 1987, 1991-1992, 1995, 2000-2001   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: conference materials, Mozambique, Namibia Communications Centre.

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Correspondence, ephemera, publications, 1989, 1991,1994-1995,2001-2003   1.3 Linear Feet

General

Organization: binders, folder with tabs/labels.

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: Gambia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, political corruption, reports.

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Clippings, publications, trascripts, 1968-1969,1990,1992-1993,1999, 2000   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: conference materials, miscellaneous, Nigeria, press books, reports, speeches.

79

Correspondence, publications, 1991-1997   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: conference materials, NGO, Southern Africa.

80

Publications, Fliers  1978-1990   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Inter-Parliamentary Conference; Inter-Parliamentary Union; Internationale Gesellschaft für Menschenrechte; The Lawyers Committee for International Human Rights;

Fliers: Inter-Parliamentary Union;

Papers: Refugees and Asylum: An Assessment of U. S. Policy & Practice (Michael H. Posner)

Foldered Materials: Immigration Law and Practice: Background Material on Political Asylum;

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Publications, Fliers, Ephemera, Press REleases, Correspondence, Clippings 1977, 1980-1982, 1985, 1987-2000   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Immigration and Refugee Board; Association Zairoise de Defense des Droits de l’Homme; Association for the Defense of Human Rights; International Society for Human Right (ISHR); Emergency Action for Human Rights; World Health Organization; Droits de l’Homme, Maintenant; Confederation Internationale des Syndicats Libres (CISL); Asociación Latinoamericana para los Derechos Humanos (ALDHU); The Forum for Democratic Reform Trust; International Human Rights Law Group; Legal Forum; African Affairs: Journal of the Royal African Society; African Human Rights Research Association (AHRA); African Report; Zimbabwe African National Union; Legal Resources Foundation; Amnesty International; La Lettre de France-Zaïre; Fédération Internationale des Droits de l’Homme; The Forum for Democratic Reform Trust; Association of Iranian Women USA; The KAMBA; Better Law Forum International; SAPA News; Canadian Churches in Solidarity with Uprooted People; Canada-Asia Working Group; Lesothos Law Journal; Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law; Commonwealth Law Conference; Christian Children’s Fund; FOCUS: Amnesty International; Agencia Latinoamericana de informacion; Inter-Church committee on Human Rights in Latin America; interacción mujeres; Ça se passé en Amérique; Worldviews; Centro de Información Sobre el Desarrollo de la Democracia (CIDEC); Comité chrétien pour les droits humains en Amérique latine; Commission on Human Rights; Association for the Moshen Hachtroudi Foundation; Canadian Centre for Victims of Torture; United Nations Economic and Social Council; United Nations International Human Rights Instruments;

Fliers: Association Zairoise de Defense des Droits de l’Homme, Operation Planet Love; Christian Children’s Fund; Asociación Latinoamericana para los Derechos Humanos (ALDHU); the Zimabwe Africna National Union; German National Association of Senior Citizen Organizations;

Papers: A guide for Zimbabwean Cases Relating to Security, Emergency Powers and Unlawful Arrest and Detention (G. Feltoe); The Legal Resources Foundation of Zimbabwe: Its Operations and Achievements Since Establishment; The Rule of Law, Organized Violence and Torture in Zimbabwe (Retlaw W. Matorwa); Setting a Standard for Africa? Lessons from the 1991 Zambian Elections (Bard-Anders Andreassen, Gisela Geisler, Arne Tostensen;

Reports: Zaire/Democratic Republic of Congo: Chronology of Events January-July 1997; Zaire: Chronology of Significant Events June 1960-September 1992; Zaire: The Student Movement; Overview on Zaire; The Clinton Iowa Grain Millers’ Strike: The Struggle Continues; Promises Unkept: CIDA Four Years after Winegard; Working Group on Arbitrary Detention

Informational Packets: Materials on the Human Rights Workshop for the Zimbabwe Republic Police (1998); UN Day in Support of Victims of Torture;

Constitution of Zambia;

Ephemera: America Latin en movimiento calendars;

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Publications, Fliers, Posters, Press Releases, Correspondence, Clippings, Books,  1978-1979, 1981, 1986-1998, 2000-2003   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Amnesty International; Ligue Tunisienne pour la Défense des Droits de l’Homme; Federation Internationale des Droits de l’Homme; La Ligue des Droits et Libertés; Comité pour le Respect des Libertés et les Droits de l’Homme en Tunisie; Tunisian government documents; Minnesota Lawyers International Human Rights Committee; Foundation for Human Rights Initiative; East African Journal of Peace & Human Rights; Arise; Uganda Journalists Safety Committee; Uganda Media Women Association; Human Rights Society; The Uganda Human Rights Activists (UHRA); Focus on Uganda; Africa Report; The Lawyers Committee for International Human Rights; Comision Internacional de los Professionales de la Salud (CINPROS); Uganda Democratic Coalition Inc.; Forward; International Alert; Uganda Law Society Review; Premier Séminaire International d’Enseignment des Droits de l’Homme; United Nations Backgrounder; La Lettre; US-Congo Friendship Committee; US Congressional Human Rights Caucus; Afrika Baraza; Asociacion pro derechos humanos; Freedom House; Inter-Church Coalition on Africa; World Health Organization; La voix des sans voix pour les droits de l’homme; Les amis de Nelson Mandela;

Fliers: Tunisian government documents; Foundation for Human Rights Initiative; The Uganda Human Rights Activists (UHRA);

Papers: The Politics of Human Rights: Lessons from Tunisia’s League of Human Rights (Susan Waltz); The Constitutional Guarantees of Legal Pluralism (Sam K. Njuba); Enfants Sahraouis Face a la Repression Marocaine;

Reports: Recueil des Principaux Documents Publies par la Ligue Tunisienne pour la Defense des Droits de l’Homme en Langue Francaise entre 1982 et 1985

Books: Various books in Arabic;

Informational Packets: Human Rights in Tunisia: A Societal Project; Répression dans les zones occupies de la République Arabe Sahraouie Démocratique;

Posters: La voix des sans voix pour les droits de l’homme

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Publications, Fliers, Posters, Clippings, Correspondence, Press Releases, Books 1986-1988, 1991-1996, 1998-2004   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Institut Arabe des Droits de l’Homme; The New Yorker; Africa Report; Ethiopia News and Views; Oromia Support Group; United Nations General Assembly; Ethiopian Women Entrepreneurs Association; New Trends in Ethiopian Studies; Missionaries of Africa; New African; Ethiopian Human Rights Council; Human Rights Watch Africa; The Anglican Church of Canada; Oromo-Canadian Community; International Monetary Fund; Oromo Relief Association; Ethio-Canadian Forum for Peace and Democracy; Development and Operation Services, Inc.; Alberta International African Management Project; Oromia Support Group; La Lettre; World Development; Coalition of Ethiopian Democratic Forces (COEDF); Canadian Council for Cooperation; Canadian International Development Agency; Horn of African Community Association in Montreal; Indian Ocean Newsletter; Women living under Muslim laws; The Arab Center for the Independence of the Judiciary and the Legal Profession; Ligue tunisienne de Defense des Droits de l’Homme; Physicians for Human Rights; Amnesty International; Quatrième Conférence Mondiale sur les Femmes; La Tribune des Democrates; UNHCHR; Centre d’education et formation integree; Lawyers Committee for Human Rights; African Human Rights Research Association (AHRA); Tanzania Media Women’s Association (TAMWA); Journalists’ Organisation of Tanzania; Sudan National Committee on Traditional Practices; United Nations Institute of Peace; International League for Human Rights; Sudan Peace Conference; American Association for the Advancement of Science; US Committee for Refugees; Sudan Organization Against Torture; The Brookings Institute; SAIS; UNICEF; Alternatives; Anti-Slavery International; Inter-Church Coalition in Africa; Jeune Afrique; African Rights; Sudan Human Rights Organization;

Fliers: Inter-Africa Group; International Conference on the Horn of Africa; Oromo Canadian Community Association in Ontario; Tunisian External Communication Agency; Land Center for Human Rights;

Posters: Posters showing images of human rights violations in Togo;

Papers: A Brief Study on Traditional Democracy in Ethiopia (Kidane Gebremariam); Ethiopia – Human Tragedy in the Making (Sue Pollock); Humanitarian Intervention and Crisis Response in the Horn (John Prendergast); Relationships Between Humanitarian Assistance and Conflict and Remedial Steps that Might Be Taken (Mary B. Anderson); The new NGOs law in a new relapse of the democracy in Egypt (Mahmoud Gabr); The Position of Working Women in Egypt; Egypt’s Labors conditions During 1998 the year of strikes and protests; The Sudanese Fanatic Junta Versus A New Alternative Sudan (Mahgoub El-Tigani Mahmoud)

Reports: Study on the Political Transition in Africa: Ethiopia Case Study; Report on farmers conditions in Egypt’s rural areas during 1998; Situation of Egyptian Peasants During 1st half of 1999: Where there violent events? Why? How many? What was the outcome?; Producing Pollution in Egypt;

Informational Packets: Oxfam Canada; Human Rights in Tunisia; Women of Tunisia;

Books: Timor: Freedom caught between the Powers (Denis Freney); Human Rights Abuses in the Sudan 1987: The Dhein Massacre: Slavery in the Sudan (Ushari Ahmed Mahmud, Suleyman Ali Baldo, photocopy)

***This box contains materials that need to be restricted****

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Publications, Fliers, Posters, Microform, Books, Correspondence, Clippings, Administrative Records 1975-1976, 1978-1990, 1992-1995, 1997-1998   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: Unitarian Universalist Service Committee; Servicio paz y justicia en America Latina; Inter-Church Committee on Human Rights in Latin America; Canadian Church Observer; The Lawyers Committee for International Human Rights; Comisión evangélica latino Americana de educación cristiana (CELADEC); Latin America Press; Canadian Department of External Affairs; Inter-American Press Association; First Conference on the Organization and Delivery of Legal Services in Latin America and the Caribbean; Center for Studies and Social Activities (CEATS); Inter-American Institute of Human Rights; Fundacion Comunidad Colombianas; Instituto latinoamericano de investigaciones sociales (ILDIS); Seminario Internacional sobre derechos humans; Central Latinoamericana de Trabajadores (CLAT); Federación Latinoamericana de Trabajadores de la Alimentacion, Bebidas, Tabaco,y Hoteles (FETLA); Nuevo Horizonte (CLAT publication); Centro regional de inforaciones ecumenicas (CRIE); Contemporary Archive on Latin America (CALA); Orthodox Academy of Crete; HURIDOCS; Comision Andina de Juristas Seccional Colombiana; United Nations Optical Disk System; Council for Human Rights in Latin America; United Nations World Conference on Human Rights; Controversia; International Red Cross; Collège de l’Outaouais; American Association for the Advancement of Science; Hasta Encontrarlos;

Fliers: Earth Shelter; Unitarian Universalist Service Committee; Instituto lantiamericano de servicios legales alternativos (ILSA); Fundación Jurídica Colombiana; Centro nacional de comunicacion (CENCOS); CELADEC); Inter-American Institute of Human Rights (IIDH);

Posters: Instituto lantiamericano de servicios legales alternativos (ILSA); Inter-American Institute of Human Rights (IIDH);

Papers: Women and Human Rights Protests in Latin America: Claiming Political space and place (Jennifer G. Schirmer); La asociacion gremial de Abogados de la capital federal (Pedro Galín); Alguna implicancias educacionales y sociales de la enseñanza de la practica professional en ambiente academic (Luis Bates);

Informational Packets: Inter-American Institute of Human Rights (IIDH); Human Rights in the Southern Cone;

Microfiche: Puebla 79;

Conference Programs: Latin American Studies Association (1982)

Books: The Repressive State: The Brazilian “National Security Doctrine” and Latin America (Jean Louis Weil, Joseph Comblin, Judge Senese; photocopy

85

Publications, Correspondence, Press Releases, Clippings, Fliers, Posters 1986, 1990-2003   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Publications: International Center for Human Rights and Development; Canadian Foundation for the Americas (FOCAL); Alternatives; Worldviews; Friends Committee on National Legislation; Society for International Development; NSAEHA; Canadian Magazine Publishers Association; Frontline Missions International; Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade; Monument to Canadian Aid Workers; Canadian Resource Bank for Democracy and Human Rights (CANADEM); Canadian Foreign Policy; The National Anti-Poverty Organization; Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development; NDP Action Report; Au Courant; The Canadian Council of Churches; Canadian Minister of Justice; International Centre on Censorship; Inter-Church Committee for Refugees; United Nations Economic and Social Council; Association québécois de organisms de cooperation internationale; Social Security Reform Bulletin; Human Rights Institute of Canada; McGill Law Journal; B’Nai Brith Canada; Network on International Human Rights; The Church Council on Justice and Corrections; Immigration Information Centre; Amnesty International; International Planned Parenthood Federation; Le globe; Education for all; Comhlámh; United Nations Secretariat; Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK); Council of Europe; Second Annual Conference of the International Association of Official Human Rights Agencies (IAOHRA); Philippines-Canada Human Resource Development Program; Canadian Initiatives Regarding South Africa; United Nations Association in Canada; Human Rights Directorate: Multiculturalism and Directorate Canada; Canadian Institute of International Affairs; North-South Institute;

Fliers: International Center for Human Rights and Development; International Year of the World’s Indigenous People; International Corrections and Prisons Association; Canadian council for International co-operation; UNICEF; World Federalists of Canada; Citizenship and Immigration Canada, posters on the permanent resident card; International Center for Human Rights and Development; FACDIS;

Posters: Action Canada for Population and Development (ACPD); Citizenship and Immigration Canada, posters on the permanent resident card;

Informational Packets: International Center for Human Rights and Development; Voices of Vision;

Papers: Resolution of Issues Involving First Nations and Governments: An Ontario Experience (Roberta Jamieson); Aboriginal Self-Government in Canada (James Crawford); The Structural Injunction as a Remedy for Violations of Aboriginal Constitutional Rights (Phil Lancaster); The Legal Status of Aboriginal and Treaty Rights in Section 35(1) of the Constitution Act, 1982 (David W. Elliott); Aboriginal Peoples and Section 91(24) of the Constitution Act, 1986 (William Pentney); Fundamental Values, Norms, and concepts of Justice: Inuit of Nunavik (Zebedee Nungak); Can’t Get No Satisfaction (April D’Aubin); Constitutionalizaing Rights: Implications for Canadians, Australians and Aboriginal Peoples (Bradford W. Morse)

Bibliographies of country specific documents held at the Documentation Centre of the International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development (countries included: Rwanda, Mexico, Haiti, Peru, Guatemala, El Salvador, Burma)

86

Publications, 1963,1975-1976,1979,1980,1982,1984   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: Apartheid, Human Rights Bulletin, International league for the Rights and Liberation of Peoples, Italian rights, newsletters, Soviet relations.

87

Publications, 1986-1989, 1990   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: Apartheid, newsletters, South Africa,

Publications include (Dodd Periodical) : ANC News Briefing, ANC Weekly News Briefing, SASH, Southern Africa Report.

88

Administrative records, publications, 1990-1994, 1996-1997, 1999   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: agendas, American Anthropological Association, Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development, conference materials, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, government of Canada, human rights,

Publications include: AGEN FAX.

89

Publications, 1980, 1989   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Subjects include: Latin America/South America,

Publications include: Clarin, La Nacion, La Tablada

90

Public statements, news releases, letters, reports, information packets 1976, 1988-89, 1991, 1993-2003   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: USA, Canada, Mozambique, Argentina, Chiapas (Mexico), The Americas, Algeria, Asia, Cyprus, Kosovo, El Salvador, South Africa, Angola, Denmark, Kenya, British Columbia, Japan, Chechyna, Russia, Middle East, Africa, Nigeria

Societies / major themes include: AmericasCanada.org, Summit of the Americas, Organization of American States, Church organizations, FOCAL, the internet, B'nai Brith Canada's International Symposium on hate on the Internet, Inter-ChurchCommittee for Regufees, Inter-Church Coalition on Africa, Kairos, Citizenship and Immigration Canada, An Act Respecting Canadian Citizenship (Bill C-63), SEAFILD, Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development, Human Rights Internet, CIDA, Citizens for Public Justice, CLAIHR, Status of Women Canada, HIV/AIDS, Canadian Human Rights Foundation, ACACIA, Campaign for Nuclear Phaseout, Lloyd Axworthy, Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade, Canadian Council for International Co-Operation, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, NAPO, AHRA, Canadian Committee for the Fiftieth Anniversary of the United Nations, Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, UN, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Canada-Russia Relations, NI-NIS, Reports on status of human rights in Middle Eastern and Asian and African countries, Preparing Canada for a Digital World, Roisin McAlisky, Human Rights Employer's Guides, UN Commission on Human Rights, IMF, World Bank, Canadian International Peacekeeping Training Centre, The Group of 78, CANDU, Nazi War criminals in Canada, genocide, BTVF, Canadian banks, Prostitution, Aboriginal people and HIV/AIDS

Mediums / types include: Circulars, pamphlets, letters, emails, symposium essays, website printouts, public statements, newsletters, news releases, bill proposals, fliers, speaking notes, folders, information packets, reports, press releases, meeting minutes, newspaper reprints, notes, schedules, essays, periodical reprints, briefs, legislation notes, agendas, correspondence, profiles, binders, data, faxes, memoranda, contact / organization lists, proceedings

91

Letters, Emails, Reports, Essays, Pamphlets 1977-87, 1989-96, 1998-2000   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Argentina, USA, Switzerland, Brazil, France, The Americas, Canada, Bolivia, West Germany, Scotland, Belize

Societies / major themes include: Delegation of the International Federation for Human Rights, Victims of repression, AISC, Human Rights Internet, Mothers of Plaza de Mayo, Americas Watch, Nazism, Anti-Defamation League, bombings of Jewish Community Headquarters in Argentina, LASA, Textile company towns, Indians of Brazil, Austerity in Brazil, AGEN FAX, AGEN, World Bank, Amnesty International, Human Rights in Bolivia, Asamblea Permanente de los Derechos Humanos, Pro-Choice movement, Verdad Justicia Libertad Amor, CELS, FIAN, murdered journalists, The Dirty War, Organization of American States, Immigration and Refugee Board Documentation Centre

Types / mediums of information include: Letters, Lists of persons, Addenda, Email, Fliers, Pamphlets, Reports, newspaper reprints, folders, files, notes, newsletters, circulars, essays, articles, profiles, book chapters, summaries, article reprints, bibliographies

92

Reports, Essays, Pamphlets, Testimonies, Correspondence 1977-89, 1991, 1995-96, 1999, 2000   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Chile, Latin America, USA, Canada, Haiti, Vietnam, China, England

Societies / Themes include: Coleccion latinoamericana de Antarca, Comision Nacional Contra la Tortura, Agrupacion de Familiares de Presos, Comision Chilena de Derechos Humanos, Human Rights abuses in Chile, CODEPU, Human Rights Internet, Americas Watch, SLORC, Vietnam Committee on Human Rights, APEC, Amnesty International, Chilean copper mines, Pinochet, Allende, missing persons, genocide, Pliego Nacional de los Presos Politicos, political prisoners without visas, America Latina y los Derechos Humanos

Types / mediums of information include: Book chapters, literature, Reports, Pamphlets, Essays, News Reprints, Newsletters, Public declarations, Handbooks, Circulars, Correspondence, Fliers, Testimonies, Seminar notes, Conference notes, Bibliographies, Emails, Memoranda, Case profiles, Statistics, Notices.

93

Pamphlets, Newsletters, Programs, Essays, Memoranda 1961, 1967-69, 1971-78, 1980-85 

Scope and Content Note

Countries include: Iraq, Lebanon, West Germany, USA, The Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Catalonia, Turkey, Russia, Sri Lanka, Kurdistan, Korea, Indochina, South Korea, Vietnam, Far East, India, Indochina, Philippines, Africa, Nigeria, Uganda, Sudan, South Africa, Bitswana, Lesotho, Zaire, Swaziland, Zimbabwe / Rhodesia, Angoloa, Guinea, Rwanda, Burundi, Congo, Gabon, Mali, Morocco, Ethiopia, Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Niger, Tunisia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Togo, Cameroon, Benin, Upper VOlta, Gambia, Kenya, Somalia, Latin America, El Salvador, Chile, Barbados, Panama, Mexico, Belgium, Canada, Bolivia, England

Societies / Major Themes: The American Friends Service Committee and the National Council of Churches, IPSA, CEDRI, UN Relocation, UNICEF, Lawasia, Asia Resource Center, UNESCO, UNHCR, slavery, Nigerian liberation, African Studies Association, CIDAC, energy agencies, refugees, Declaration of Human Rights, ad hoc Coalition for a New Foreign Policy, ACLU, Human Rights violations, Political Asylum Project, Center for Naitonal Security Studies, US Commission on Human Rights, US Senate, CIDOC, Bertrand Russell, Washington Office on Latin America, Human Rights Internet, AFSC, NACLA, National Union of Mineworkers, American / Latin American labor unions, The Labour Party, UAW

Types / mediums include: Pamphlets, Newsletters, Letters, Programs, Essays, Conference info., Maps, Testimonials, Official statements, Book chapters / Articles, Contact info., Poem, Minutes, News reprints / clippings, Posters, Lecture notes, Press releases, Memoranda

94

Reports, Pamphlets, Essays, Programs, Memoranda, Interviews,  1972-79, 1981-85 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: USA, Cambodia, South Africa, East Germany, Angola, Guinea, Africa, Finland, Chile, Zimbabwe / Rhodesia, Germany, Near East, North Africa, Western Europe, Sub-Sahara, Uruguay, Netherlands, Jerusalem, China, England, Panama, Nicaragua, Switzerland, Canada, Nigeria, Belgium, Indonesia, Uganda, Pakistan, Tunisia, Northern Ireland

Societies / Major themes include: Human Rights Internet, A.I.D., African-American Institute, AFSC, ad hoc Coalition for a New Foreign Policy, Freedom of Information Act, UNESCO, Amnesty International, James Abourezk, Federal Union of European Nationalities, CORPED, Cesar Chavez, NGOs, Religious liberty, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Government spying, Noam Chomsky, UN Relocation, Infant formula, Human Rights Watch, UN, DINA, SAVAK, KCIA, Death Penalty log, Immigration / refugees

Types / mediums include: Reports, Pamphlets, Symposium notes, Open Letters, Circulars, News releases, News reprints / clippings, Book chapters / Articles, Letters, Agency directories, Essays, Programs, Bibliographies, Correspondence, Memoranda, Posters, Press releases, Congressional notes, Conference info., Interviews, Contact lists, Fliers, Business cards

95

Reports, Information folders, Records, Essays, Bibliographies 1979-82, 1984, 1986-90   1.3 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: USA, Sudan, Republic of Korea (South Korea), Czechoslovakia, Pakistan, Somalia, Syria, South Africa, Honduras, Paraguay, Malaysia, Chile, Yemen, Turkey, Finland, WEst Bank, Gaza Strip, USSR, Panama, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Central America, Kampuchea (Cambodia), Vietnam, The Netherlands, Belgium

Societies / Major themes include: Reebok Human Rights Award (National nominee finalists, International nominee finalist, nominations), Physicians for Human Rights, the Washington Post, Chemical weapons abuses against Kurds, Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, John Kerry, Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights, University of Cincinnati, Woodstock Theological Center, Karl Marxs, NGOs, Latin American Military Relations, Basic Needs, Latin American theology, The Carter Administration, United Nations General Assembly, Disarmament, World COnference on Religion and Peace (WCRP), Khmers, Pax Christi International, Human Rights Internet

Types / mediums include: Information binders, Lists of materials, candidate lists, corresopndence, Pamphlets, Newspaper reprints, Reports, Open letters, "alerts," Bound information packets, Circulars, Fliers, Essays, Contact lists, circular letters, Bibliographies, bulletins, book chapters, articles, letters, memoranda

Correspondance from Human Rights Internet, Conference material on Namibia,

96

Reports, Correspondence, Itineraries, Essays, Proposals 1980, 1986-98 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: USA, China, Canada, Canada, Switzerland, Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, The Netherlands, Rwanda, Gambia, Nigeria, West Africa, Sweden

Societies / major themes: Human Rights Internet (inc. its relocation, directories, inter alia), Laurie S. Wiseberg, IFLA General Conference, Ford Foundation, Beijing Project, United Nations, The African Directory, African Human Rights Directory, Sub-Saharan NGOs, African Directory Project, Sub-Saharan African Organizations, International Centre for Human Rights, Women's Rights Programme, ICHRDD / International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development, UNICEF, Children's rights, A Children's Rights Information System, Scream (Youth Rights Network), HRREC, UNESCO, Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children, Children's Bureau (Health and Welfare Canada), University of Ottawa, Department of External Affairs (Canada), UN Centre for Human Rights, The African Commission on Human & Peoples' Rights, Harvard Law Bulletin, ISA, Fond för Mänskliga Rättigheter, HIVOS, The Nuffield Foundation, Lawyers Collective, Women and law in Africa

Mediums / types: Correspondence, Reports, emails, travel information / itineraries, faxes, essays, conference presentations, conference programs, notes, confirmation letters, telegrams, articles, introductions, contact lists, invoices, calendars, newspaper reprints, minutes, pamphlets, fliers, staff listings, proposals, information packets, memoranda, letters of intent, summary reporst, agendas, budget notes, logs, projected budgets, floppy disk, business cards

97

Newsletters, Press releases, Reports, Lists of persons, Essays 1972-3, 1975-7, 1979-96 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Mexico, Honduras, Jamaica, Haiti, USA, Guatemala, El Salvador, Cuba, Colombia, American States, Chile, Brazil, Dutch Antilles

Mediums / types include: Scanned chapters, reports, newsletters, news releases, correspondence, testimonies, prepared statements, news reports, pamphlets, annual updates, memoranda, errata, typed notes, handwritten notes, records, briefings, essays, statistics, lists of casualties & contacts & disappeared persons, official correspondence, interviews, case profiles, speech transcripts, open letters, recommendations to governments, press releases, memos, articles, newspaper reprints / scans,information packets

Societies / major themes include: Torture in Mexico (of indigenous peoples, Oaxaca and Tzeltal), Amnesty International, Amnesty International reports, indigenous communities (Xicaque), torture in Haiti, Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Organizations, Washington Office on Latin America, torture / detainment / execution of street children / academics / journalists / peasants in Guatemala, United Nations Commission on Human Rights, Guatemalan Supreme Court, executions / abuses of union workers / agricultural workers / students / faculty / university staff in El Salvador, Central American Special Action (CASA), Abuses at University of San Carlos, torture of Colombians in Ecuador, abuses against churchworkers in Ecuador, Herbert Anaya, political prisoners in Cuba, death penalty in Cuba, imprisonment of ministers / Pentecostal reverends in Cuba, abuses against Colombian Indians / Colombian children and minors / trade unionists, Death Squads, abuses of Colombian armed forces, Amnesty International's Urgent Action Network, disapperances / extrajudicial executions in Colombia, persecution / torture of political prisoners / clergy / churchworkers / native Indians in Chile, Augusto Pinochet, disappeared persons in Chile, University of Chicago (/University of Illinois - Chicago), New World Research Center, Chicago Area Group on Latin America, United Nations press releases, Chilean refugees / political prisoners, Ariel Dorfman, Chile's 1981 Constitution, harrassment of women / journalists in Chile, disappearances in Brazil, abuses against indigenous peoples in Brazil, Chico Mendez, prison massacres in Brazil, assaults on church workers / street children, lawyers in Brazil, indigenous peoples in Brazil

98

Reports, Dossiers, Essays, Case files, Bound reports 1988-90 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Iraq, Romania, Switzerland, Guatemala, Peru, Chile, Colombia, Asia, Tibet, Canada, Cuba, Tamil Eelam, Sri Lanka, Azerbaijan, Syria, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Senegal, Rwanda, Kosovo, Nagorno-Karabagh, USA, Estonia, Iran, Latvia, Lithuania, Kurdistan, Turkey, El Salvador, India, Libya, Yugoslavia, Burma, Honduras, Serbia, North Dakota

Medium / types include: Reports, notes, correspondence, essays, letters, appeals, pamphlets, dossiers, records, bulletins, lists of victims, news bulletins, files, lists of torturers, lists of political prisoners, lists of prisons, bound reports, newspaper reprints, newspaper scans, open letters, conference notes, conference information, case files, news reports, news releases

Societies / major themes include: SOS Transylvania, International Service for Human Rights, UN Advisory Services Program, Inter-Church Comittee on Human Rights in Latin America, Canada-Asia Working Group, United Nations Commission on Human Rights, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, Comite Impulsor del Juicio de Responsabilidades Contra Luis Garcia Meza sus Colaboradores, Physicians for Human Rights, National Association of Cuban-Canadians, Armenian massacre in Sumgait, UNCHR, A.S.D.L.P.P.S., Apartheid in Rwanda, United Nations Economic and Social Council Commission on Human Rights, World University Service, Defence for Children International, trafficking and sale of children (in various locations), Estonian American National Council, International Service for Human Rights, Prosper Avril, Female soldiers in protest of Iranian government, Armenian persecution in Azerbaijan, BATON (Baltic Appeal to the United Nations), The Khomeini Regime, political prisoners buried in secret mass graves, URNG, PMOI (People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran), prisons and torture centers of the Khomeini Regime, Secrets of the Mullahs' Torture chambers, the Mullahs dictatorship, Indian massacre at Valvettiturai, Organization for Defending Victims of Violence, The Arab Organization for Human Rights, SOS-Kosovo, Amnesty International Reports, Ethnic Albanians in Kosovo, International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights, FIDH, Amnesty International Urgent Action, WOrld Council of Indigenous Peoples, Yale Law & Policy Review, CODEH, World Council of Churches, 46th Session Commission on Human Rights, Libyan League for Human Rights, US District Court of North Dakota, Leonard Peltier, Indian Justice Network, International Indian Treaty Council, International Service for Human Rights, Institute for International Affairs of B'nai Brith Canada, Cultural Survival (Canada), Cuban Democratic Alliance, Organization of American States, Inter-American Institute of Human Rights, "Political Activities or...," Organization for Defending Victims of Violence

99

Reports, Pamphlets, Conference information, Contact lists, Information packets 1965, 1976, 1981-82, 1985, 1990-99 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: China, Ghana, Canada, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, India, Africa, USA, Venezuela, Cuba, Mexico, Peru, Honduras, Brazil, Peru, Colombia, North America, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Turkey, Kenya, South Africa, Palestine, Israel, Guyana, Zimbabwe, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Zambia, Sudan, Nigeria, Liberia, Ethiopia, Korea, Vietnam, Macedonia, Iran, Sri Lanka, Rwanda, Chile, Argentina, Central America, Panama, Iraq, Nicaragua, Namibia

Mediums / types include: Pamphlets, press releases, speeches, notice of amendments, reports, alerts, emails, conference information packets, open letters, amendment drafts, statemetns, article reprints, itineraries, receipts, conference notes, court reports, news releases, posters, essays, bibliographies, classification guidelines, letters, prepared statements, book chapters, information packets, notes, proposals, periodicals, magazine scans, instruction manuals, guides, circulars (letter form et al.), person lists, handwritten notes, advertisements, promotional / advertising fliers, lists of materials, declarations, conference records, newspaper clippings, grant applications, contact lists, hotel receipts, applications

Societies / major themes include: NGO Forum on Women, Human Rights Watch, Fourth World Conference on Women, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, Hindus attacking Christians in western India, internecine conflict in India, UIDH Congress (Union Interafricaine des Droits de L’homme), The Africa Fund, ICEF, Beijing Xpress, Status of Women Canada, NGO Consultation, United Nations Centre for Human Rights, Amnesty International, Amnesty International Urgent Action, University of California Press, African customary law, Human Rights Internet (data entry guidelines), United Nations Association of the United States of America, Resource, Educational and Advocacy Centre for the Handicapped (REACH), UNCED, United Nations Association in Canada, United Nations Conference on Environment & Development, NAFTA, The North-South Institute, Amnesty International Reports, The Nation, US-Mexican Free Trade Agreement, Mexican income distribution, The Development Group for Alternative Policies, social regulation of international trade, International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU), “Conference on Integration, Development, and Democracy,” Organizacion Interamericana de Trabahadores (ORIT), Canadian Labour Congress (CLC), Latin American Studies Association Meeting, Mexican agriculture, NAFTA, Partido de la Revolution Democratica (PRD), Technology, Public Citizen’s Congress Watch, GATT, Harper’s Magazine, Iranian refugees in Turkey, İnsan Hakları Derneği (IHD / Human Rights Association), United Nations Centre for Human Rights Habitat II Conference, European Union, CBOs, Habitat II Conference, The Green Belt Movement, Laurie Wiseberg, HRI, University of Pretoria Centre for Human Rights, Israeli Council for Israeli-Palestinian Peace, Habitat II, JUTA, Guyana Human Rights Association, Inter-Church Committee on Human Rights in Latin America, Human Rights Watch, The North-South Institute, World Council of Churches, child abuse, witchcraft in Zimbabwe, EDICESA, Slavery in Sudan, Human Rights Watch Arms Project, US prisons, abuse of women in Michigan state prisons, chemical warfare, immigrant children in the US, The Africa Fund (annual reports), American Committee on Africa (ACOA), Civil Rights Movement of Sri Lanka, Iranian refugees, Halkin Demokrasi Partisi (People’s Democratic Party), Chile and the British Labour Movement, Asamblea Permanente por los Derechos Humanos, World Council of Churches, Infact News, Zimbabwe Students’ Forum, C.E.D.R.I., Central American refugees, Ottawa Citizen, Puebla Institute, Anti-Defamation League, New York Times, Beijing Conference on Women (“Beijing Xpress”)

100

Information packages, Dossiers, Budgetary information, Reports, Memoranda 1981-92, 1996 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Israel, West Bank, Switzerland, Gaza, Guatemala, Peru, Iran, Albania, Sri Lanka, Spain, Poland, USA, Canada

Mediums / types include: Reports, article scans, letters, bound editions, newsletters, agenda reports, interviews, collected materials, memoranda, open letters, spiral bound reports, information packages / dossiers, press releases, lists of publications / bibliographies, appendices, press advisories, correspondences, contact lists, printed statemetns, declarations, briefings, business budgetary / account informations, appointment ledgers, airfare, itineraries, travel records, CVs

Societies / major themes include: International Commission of Jurists, Israeli military court system, People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI), Washington Office on Latin America, murdered journalists, Monafeghin, CETRI, Baha’i International Community, persecution of Baha’i in Iran, United Nations Commission on Human Rights, International Service for Human Rights, Freedom Now!, political prisoners in the USA, Defence for Children International, “A Selection of World Press Reports on Human Rights Violations in Iran," Legislation in Iran, Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Underground Polish periodicals, Committee in Support of Solidarity (Komitet Pomocy Solidarnosci), Trade unions / Political repression and imprisonment in Poland,Martial law / trade unions / military penal camps in Poland, Helsinki Committee in Poland, Committee in Support of Solidarity, Polish Workers Task Force, AFL-CIO protests, Student associations in Poland, Gdanks Agreements, Higher education / research / science in Poland, Human Rights Internet, Laurie S. Wiseberg, University of Ottawa, Harry S. Martin, improving access to the HRI, , relocation of HRI from DC to Harvard, Harvard Law School, Ford Foundation grant

101

Reports, Essays, Official Documents, Conference information, lists of persons 1980-83, 1985-99, 2001, 2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Japan, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Thailand, Korea, East Timor, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Australia, Canada, Myanmar, China, South Korea

Mediums / types include: Pamphlets, reports, emails, information folders, spiral-bound reports, essays, information packets, supplemental materials, internet articles, news releases, newspaper reprints, handwritten notes, statements, letters, correspondence, article scans, book chapter copies / scans, open letters, brochures, circulars, catalogs, statements of appeal, letters containing materials, election reports, profiles, records, governmental decrees, summaries, dispatches, agendas, interviews, conference reports, presentations, materials, essay collections, bibliographies, conference papers, official drafts, briefings, court documents, legal documents, conference programs, speeches

Societies / major themes include: F.I.D.H., Japan Civil Liberties Union, VAWW-NET Japan, Fourth World Conference on Women, the Burakumin, Muria Anti-Nuclear Group of Japan, Legal treatment of Koreans in Japan, Japan and international human rights law, Japan Agricultural Cooperative Women’s Associations, Resource Information Center, US Department of State, Human Rights Watch, The Sasakawa Peace Foundation, Peoples Aid and Relief Association of Japan (PARAJ), International Centre for Trade Union Rights, Public defenders in Indonesia, Ministry of Education in Japan, Center for Christian Response to Asian Issues, Japan-Asia Monitor, Japan Federation of Bar Associations, rape / mental health / migrant workers in Japan, Thirteenth International Congress on Law and Psychiatry, PARAJ, Korean women drafted for sexual slavery by Japan, Commission of the Churches on International Affairs, The Japan Times, National League for Support of the School Textbook Screening Suit, guidebook regarding Japanese relations with ethnic Koreans, National League for Support of the School Textbook Screening Suit, Daiyo Kangoku System, Japan Civil Liberties Union, Jesuit Refugee Service, Afghan refugees in Indonesia, Elections in Java, restrictions on labor organizing in Indonesia,International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU), UN Commission on Human Rights (51st session), The Washington Times, Hasan di Tiro, Acheh / Sumatra National Liberation Front, Nobel Peace Prize, Canadian Action for Indonesia and East Timor, ILO, Indonesian Trade Unionists, International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade, NGOs in Indonesia, Inter-Governmental Group on Indonesia, International NGO Forum on Indonesian Development, Acheh / Sumatra National Liberation Front, Centre of Southeast Asian Studies, Folk law and legal pluralism in Indonesia, Canadian – Indonesian relations, Asia Watch Reports, Second Indonesia-Canada Conference, Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, International NGO Forum on Indonesian Development, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, Information Office of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China, Falun Gong (persecution), Beijing Massacre, Human Rights Watch, International League for Human Rights, United Nations Commission on Human Rights (economic and social council), Human Rights Quarterly, China News Analysis, lists of arrests in China, profiles of imprisoned Chinese dissidents, Democracy China Ottawa, “Multinational Monitor,” “Far Eastern Economic Review,” AFL-CIO, repression of independent trade unionists in China, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, Democracy China Ottawa, Department of Justice, dissidents in China following 1989 crackdown, National Academy of Sciences, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, Probe International, ICFTU, The Journal of Contemporary China, Lists of arrestees in China, Federal Court of Canada, analyses of women and children in China, “Human Rights in China," women’s human rights in the 21st century, The 1999 Seoul International Conference of NGOs

102

Reports, news releases, news reports, essays, lists of prisoners 1979, 1981-82, 1985-86, 1988-98, 2000 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: The Americas, Latin America, Central America, Mexico, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Belize, Mauritania, Zaire, South Africa, Zambia, Equatorial Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Republic of Guinea, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, The Gambia, Ghana, Uganda, Namibia, Cameroon, Rwanda, Burundi, The People's Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, Mali, Malawi, Egypt, Ivory Coast, Lesotho, Togo, Morocco, Kenya, Algeria, Tanzania, Benin, Tunisia, Liberia, Chad, Angola, Mozambique, Nigeria, Sudan, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Africa

Mediums / types include: News reports, conference papers, reports, lists of prisoners, advertisements for meetings, telegraphs, updates, data / map / information files, essays, studies

Societies / major themes include: Amnesty International Reports, "Action for Children," human rights violations against the indigenous peoples of the Americas, Amnesty International Conference on Extra-Legal Executions as a maens of Political Persecution, Amnesty International News Releases, "prisoners of conscience" in Kenya, Amnesty International Urgent Action, Imprisonment of Tunisian trade unionists, the use of the death penalty in Nigeria, Amnesty International Country Dossier lists (lists of releases for each country for 1993, 1994).

103

Reports, Conference materials, News releases, Lists of persons, Information packets 1973, 1977-82, 1986-96, 1998-2000 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: The Netherlands, Switzerland, USA, Luxembourg, Austria, Rwanda, South Africa, UK, Brazil, Turkey, Mexico, Canada, Sudan, Ethiopia, Malaysia, Iraq

Mediums / types include: Reports, summary reports, conference papers, schedules, agendas, notes, speeches, plenary addresses, essays, conference programs, conference materials, seminar materials, correspondence, conference advertisements, contact lists, concert fliers, programs, typed notes, lists of countries, statements, appeals cases, bibliographies, publication lists, circulars, news releases, bulletins, dossiers

Societies / major themes include:

“Conference on Extra-Legal Executions as a Means of Political Persecution Amsterdam 30 April – 2 May 1982” (from portfolio; 3 of 3), Amnesty International, UNESCO, Laurie S. Wiseberg, “INTL NGO Conf. on Indigenous Peoples and the Land, Geneva, Switz.” (from separate folder; 1 of 1), “Interamerican Congress of Philosophy, Tallahassee, FLA” (from separate folder; 1 of 1), “Transnational Legal Problems of Refugees, Jan 30-31, Univ of Mich Law School, Ann Arbor” (from separate folder; 1 of 1), “A Symposium on Approaches and Resources in Foreign Area Studies Programs George Mason University, November 13, 1981” (from separate folder; 1 of 1), “Colloquium on Disappeared Persons 1981” (from separate folder; 1 of 1), Human Rights Institute, New York City Central Labor Council AFL-CIO, South American folk music, National Conference to Stop Government Spying, “Colloque sur les Droits de L’homme et le Developpement Economique en Afrique Francophone” (from separate files; 1 of 1), : “IPSA Study Group on Human Rights, Round-Table Discussion, Geneva, June 17-20, 1981” (from separate portfolio; 1 of 1), Americas Watch, Amnesty International, Amnesty International Reports, Sexism, the death penalty, juveniles and the death penalty, Confederation Internationale des Syndicats Libres (CISL), child soldiers, trade unionists, General Assembly of the Organization of American States, United Nations Thematic Mechanisms, May Day demonstrations in Turkey, death penalty, Amnesty International Reports, 82nd International Labour Conference, Trade unionists, Psychiatry, Amnesty International Urgent Action, Trade union bulletin, International action for workers and trade unionists in prison on International Labour Day 1980, Amnistie Internationale (section Canadienne), psychiatry, women’s action, rape and sexual abuse, International Women’s Day 1992, rape and sexual abuse by government agents, Amnesty International Reports, Fourth UN World Conference on Women, child victims of political torture, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), violations of the human rights of homosexuals, The Sixth Malaysian Law Conference, Human Rights Committee Conference of Non-Governmental Organizations in Observance of the 25th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Symposium on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms in the Arab Homeland, Federation Internationale des droits de l’homme (FIDH), Global Human Rights New Policies and Strategies conference (Denver, CO)

104

News releases, Conference materials, Information packets, Reports, Essays 1978-82, 1984-94, 1997-98, 2000 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Rwanda, The Netherlands, Africa, Italy, Mexico, Haiti, Canada, Honduras, USA, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, South Africa, Namibia

Mediums / types include: Conference materials (papers, agendas, participants, fliers), workshop posters, news releases, information packets, signatures, declarations, political / militant person lists, spiral-bound printed materials, correspondence, reports, essays, lists of executed peoples, handwritten notes, spiral-bound reports, memoranda, press releases, circulars, newspaper reprints, statements, testimonies, scanned articles, lists of captives, case descriptions, information pamphlets, scanned reports, workshop informations, pamphlets, profiles, faxes, case descriptions, information packages, speeches, open letters, collections of materials

Societies / major themes include: “Colloque sur les Droits de L’homme et le Developpement Economique en Afrique Francophone” (from folder; 1 of 1), “State-Repression Workshop” (from folder; 1 of 1), “International Meeting of Documentation Centres on Third World Issues” (from folder; 1 of 1), CIDAC, The Zedillo Administration, 1997 Mexican elections, Partido de la Revolucion Democratica, Cardenistas, Chiapas, Plateforme des Organismes de Defense des Droits Humains, Institut Culturel Karl Leveque (ICKL), Immigration and Refugee Board Documentation Centre, Washington Office on Latin America, Committee of Families Detained-Disappeared in Honduras, the rights of children in Honduras, Haitian Refugee Center, Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law, Clinton Haitian interdiction policy, Confederation Internationale des Syndicats Libres, Sisterhood is Global, Clergy and Laity Concerned, September 30th Coup d’Etat, Police reform in Haiti, Comite para la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos en Honduras, Immigration and Refugee Board, Harvard Human Rights Journal, Washington Office on Latin America, 1991 Coup, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, Lawyer to Lawyer Network, INS Resource Information Center, US Department of Justice, Habeas corpus in Honduras, Habeas corpus in Honduras, Committee for the Defense of Human Rights in Honduras (CODEH), Centre de Documentation de la Commission d’immigration et du Statut de Refugie, Commission for the Defense of Human Rights in Central America (CODEHUCA), Immigration and Refugee Board, torture of children in Honduras, Inter-Church Committee on Human Rights in Latin America, Federation Internationale des Droits de l’Homme (FIDH), Human Rights Watch, Grassroots Development and the State of the Nation, street children in Honduras, Americas Watch, Amnesty International, Immigration and Refugee Board Documentation Centre, US military in Honduras, National Commission for Human Rights, Academia Mexicana de Derechos Humanos, Inter-Church Committee on Human Rights in Latin America, Jamaica and the IMF, Teresa Jardi, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Jamaica Council for Human Rights (JCHR), SWAPO for a Free Namibia!, South West Africa People’s Organization (SWAPO), Remembering Soweto

105

News releases, reports, conference materials, bibliographies, speeches 1976, 1981-98, 2000-02 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Nicaragua, Cuba, USA, Latin America, Mexico, Italy, UN, Senegal, Namibia, Austria, USA, France, Canada, Lithuania, Somalia, Somaliland, Russia, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Europe, Jamaica, England Mediums / types include: Annual reports, conference papers, reports, news releases, facsimile copies, conference programs, lecture advertisements, correspondence, conference info (packets, fliers, programs, posters), pamphlets, roundtable information, bibliographies, scanned chapters, letters (with reports), speeches, scanned articles, notes, talk transcripts, essays (with handwritten cover pages), scanned book chapters, emails, summary notes, open letters, handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, Q&A reports, Press releases, presentations, television newscast transcripts, reports (spiral bound), petitions, statistics, case files (affidavits, appeals) Socieites / major themes include: Commission for Defense of Human Rights in Central America (CODEHUCA) 12th Assembly, Latin American Studies Association (LASA), Reagan, National Catholic Reporter, Amnesty International Reports, Chiapas, Oaxaca, Amnesty International Urgent Action, The International Protection of Human Rights by Regional Organisations, The European Convention on Human Rights, The United Nations Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the European Convention, The American Convention on Human Rights (and other regional commissions), International Institute of Humanitarian Law, Secretary General’s Report, HRI, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Human rights in Islamic countries, Foreigners’ rights in Mexico, Comision Mexicana de Defensa y Promocion de los Derechos Humanos A.C., Declaration of Chapultepec, Americas Watch, Pueblo Indians in Mexico, United Mexican States, LASA, National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, homosexuals’ human rights, Central America Special Action (CASA), Centro de Derechos Humanos Fray Francisco de Vitoria, Academia Mexicana de Derechos Humanos, press freedoms in Mexico, Ford Motor Company, Veracruz, HRI, Attacks against journalists in Mexico, Centro Internacional para los Derechos Sindicales, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Mexican National Commission for Human Rights, Chiapas, Lawyer to Lawyer Network, Ernesto Zedillo, : Association for Progressive Communications (APC), Women’s Studies & Feminist information on the internet, human rights on the internet, Asylum in Europe, Human Rights Watch, Americas Watch, Federation Internationale des Droits de l’Homme, Casa Tibet Mexico, Human Rights Watch, Operation Planet Love, Chiapas, Francisco Labastida Ochoa, Ernesto Zedillo, Lithuanian Catholic Religious Aid, “African Rights,” Union of Councils for Soviet Jews, Sandinistas, Harvard Law School, US Department of Justice, Democracy and human rights in Mexico, Jamaica Council for Human Rights, The Queen v. Winston Dixon and Stanford Flowers, Barrington Housen, Elijah Kerr, police shootings in Jamaica, Louis Cooper, Jamaica Council for Human Rights, microfiche

106

Reports, Q&A Reports, Correspondence, Itineraries, Reports 1973-83, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1996, 1998, 2000 

Scope and Content Note

Countries and places include: Nicaragua, Mexico, USA, Philippines, Sri Lanka (Ceylon), Indonesia, Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Latin America, UN, Chile, Peru Mediums and types include: Reports, case profiles, open letters, lists of prisoners, declarations, reports, testimonials, news reports, lists of peoples, pamphlets, notes and reports, scanned periodicals, decrees, Q and A reports, corresopndence, testimonies, bulletins, biographical profiles, conference presentations, addenda, memoranda, charts, handwritten notes, essays, lists of signees, summaries, proposals, appendices, lists of grants, minutes, colloquium papers, newspaper clippings, interviews, data, packets, memos, bills, itineraries, invitations, advertisements, reimbursement receipts, postcards, receipts, handwritten schedules, reimbursement notices Societies and major themes include: Nicaraguan Permanent Human Rights Commission (CPDH), violent deaths in Nicaragua, Treatment of Homosexuals in Mexico, American Friends Service Committee, Mexican Friends Service Committee, immigration and refugee policy, : Laurie S. Wiseberg, Comision de Derechos Humanos (National Human Rights Commission), “International Reports,” investment in deregulated Mexican industries, “Mexico Service,” US Foreign Policy and Latin American and Caribbean Regimes, Joint Committee on Latin American Studies of the Social Science Research Council and American Council of Learned Societies, arms transfers to Latin America, Department of State, HRI, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle, tenure review of Laurie S. Wiseberg (promotion review), Salary queries of Laurie S. Wiseberg, Committee on Foreign Relations, Defense Secretary, Arms Export Control Act of 1976, selling of major defense equipment, Charts of applicability of congressional vetoes, foreign military sales, approvals for the export of commercially sold defense articles, legislative histories, Government Accountability Office report to Congress (GAO), Comptroller general reports, Ed Kennedy, Henry Kissinger, narcotics control activities, weapon sales to police forces of Latin American countries (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay), breakdown of proposed military training for Argentina, Washington Office on Latin America, NGOs, UNICEF, House International Relations Committee, Harkin Amendment, US House of Representatives, Washington Office on Latin America, 1978 Foreign Assistance Appropriations Bill, Foreign military sales bureaucracy, arms sales to Latin America, The Progressive, The International “Bill of Human Rights,” International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, The International Covenants on Human Rights, Center for Inter-American Relations, Americans for Democratic Action, Harry Scoble, Executive Committee of SACOHRD meeting, Plenary Session of the SACOHRD (South Asian Colloquim on Human Life and Development), Sri Lanka Foundation, 6th Lawasia Conference, Social Scientists Association of Sri Lanka, Ceylon Federation of Labour, IMF and World Bank, J.R. Jayewardene, Amnesty International, Human Rights Committee, African Bar Association, Allende’s widow, The New York Times, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Relocation of HRC to Geneva, Washington Office on Latin America, Security Assistance Program, ad hoc Coalition for a New Foreign Policy, “Gist,” Department of State, Foreign Military Aid Bill, McGovern-Abourezk Amendment, United Nations Economic and Social Council, Aid to Chile, Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy, Americans for Democratic Action, Argentine Commission for Human Rights, Bill to amend the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 and the Arms Export Control Act, Washington Office on Latin America, Overseas Program Management, Foreign military sales, ad hoc Coalition for a New Foreign Policy, HRI International Visitor Program Itinerary, US Congress, IMF in Peru, Australian Council for Overseas Aid, KASAMA, Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, Human Rights Internet Reporter, correspondence with a wide array of worldwide human rights organizations, The American Society of International Law

107

Cover Sheets, Reports 1994 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: USA, South Africa, Namibia

Mediums / types include: Cover Sheets, reports (contents)

Societies / major themes include: Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, The South Africa Papers, Southern Africa Project, The Namibia Papers

108

Reports, news releases, profiles, contact information, conference papers 1976-97 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: USA, Cuba, Indochina, El Salvador, Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil, England, Australia, Bangladesh, Albania, Yugoslavia, Czech Republic, India, Guatemala, South Africa, Latin America, Pakistan, Venezuela, Trinidad and Tobago, Canada Mediums / types include: Letters, appointment documents, invoices, fliers, vouchers, reports, correspondence, itineraries, profiles, magazine articles, contact information, press releases, prmphlets, essays (portions), news releases, statements, photocopied articles, essays, conference papers, conference programs, scanned essays, newspaper clippings, programs and questionnaires, posters, circulars, handbooks, meeting minutes, scanned magazine articles, info packets, charts and data, Q&As, spiral-bound conference report, indices, catalogs, emails, country profiles, acts, parliamentary session notes Societies / major themes include: HRI, Laurie S. Wiseberg (promotion and salary materials), University of Illinois, Ford Foundation Grant, Employment documents, US Elections, Election info (history, policy, campaigns, political parties, three government branches), Laurie S. Wiseberg, Bureau of Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs, HRI visitor correspondence / itineraries / profiles, Mother Jones, indigenous Americans (American Indians), American Indian Studies Center (UCLA), Agrarian Union Development Department (American Institute for Free Labor Development / AIFLD), Program for the Development of Credit Institutions for Workers (AIFLD), V Western Hemisphere Labor Economics Conference, AFL-CIO / AIFLD Third Annual Trade Union Western Hemisphere Economic Conference, American Jewish Committee (“News from the Committee”), Cubans facing deportation, refugee policy in Indochina, Salvadoran asylum seekers in the USA, undocumented persons, Jewish community in Paraguay, The American Jewish Congress Monthly, Federation Internationale des Droits de l’Homme (Rapport de Mission on Uruguay), Centro de Information, Investigacion y Documentacion del Uruguay (CIIDU), Servicio Paz y Justica Uruguay, Report on Human Rights in Uruguay, LASA conference 1986, Celebration en el 20 aniversario del martirio de Monsenor Oscar Romero, Agrupacion de Familiares de Uruguayos Desaparecidos (AFUDE) 1980 meeting, Amnesty International Reports, “disappearances” in Uruguay, Paraguayan prisons, Amnesty International Urgent Action , prisoners of conscience, Paraguayan torture cases, United Nations Association, United Nations Association of Australia, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, catalog of ‘Human Rights’ publications, Human Rights Day Celebration, United Nations, International NGO Meeting on the Question of Palestine, Sojourners, Upama, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, Obtaining Temporary Protected status, Human Rights Watch / Helsinki reports, Albania’s Greek minority, Srebrenica, Human Rights Watch releases, Romani peoples, Americas Watch, Huehuetenango, JUTA Law, Center for Inter-American Relations, Hill Watch Human Rights Forum, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Minority Rights Group International, US Committee for Refugees, South Asian Forum for Human Rights (SAFHR), Jana Samhati Samiti, child labor in Bangladesh, America magazine, Chittagong Hill Tracts, Liberty International, Woman and Islam in Bangladesh, United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, South Asia Women Workshop (in Dhaka), legal status of women in Bangladesh, United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, female headed households in rural Bangladesh, Centre for Development Studies (University of Bath), Asian Studies Center (Michigan State University), Asha, UNICEF, Bangladesh Rehabilitation and Health Aid Centre for Torture Victims, survivors of organized violence, hot-line Asia (Asian Center for the Progress of Peoples), The World Bank at Work, Islam and women’s development in Bangladesh, Canadian Resource Team, Bangladesh Human Rights Commission (BHRC), Asian Center for the Progress of Peoples, communal violence in Bangladesh, Garo of Bangladesh, Rohingyas, International Society of Bangladesh, political violence, Sanitary conditions by social class, violence in Uruguay, Servicio Paz y Justicia, LASA meeting 1986, labor and the Venezuelan debt crisis, Organization of American States, Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (43rd session), The New Yorker, International Human Rights, Servicio Paz y Justicia, “Sumario,” Comite de Defensa de los Derechos Humanos en Uruguay, medical profession in Uruguay, Immigration and Refugee Board Documentation Centre, Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj, Indians and alienation in Trinidad and Tobago, race relations in Trinidad and Tobago, Sexual Offences Act, legal aid and advisory authority, U.S. military bases in the Philippines, Unitarian universalist Service Committee, Rape Crisis Society, Amnesty International Reports, administration of justice in Trinidad and Tobago

109

Reports, Legal Documents, Legal Correspondence, Addenda, Photos 1975, 1977-83, 1985-88, 1990-2000, 2004 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Bangladesh, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, Australia, Jamaica, Turks and Caicos Islands, Grand Turk, England, Canada, Tunisia, Asia, Switzerland, Asia-Pacific, Japan, Philippines, Western Pacific, Malaysia, USA, Sri Lanka, Nagorno-Karabagh, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Nepal, South Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, India

Mediums / types include: Scanned documents, scanned essays, reports, fliers, scanned newspapers, scanned magazines, legal correspondence, legal documents, minute sheets, memoranda, appeals, committee reports, secretariat reports, general info (encyclopedic), receipts, envelopes, correspondence, periodical articles, handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, photos, subscription circulars, essays, statements, calls for entries, application forms, co nference essays, scanned journal articles, scanned chapters, programs, data, tables, outlines, speeches, bibliographies, information bulletins, news releases, collected materials, emails, circulars (advertising), pamphlets, open letters

Societies / major themes include: The Special Powers Act (with some other allied laws) & Vested and Non-Resident Property (Administration) Act 1974, race and class in Trinidad, Carta Enciclica / Laborem Exercens, Servicio Paz y Justicia, Barnett and Associates (Barristers / attorneys-at-law), Grand Turk Island, Caribbean Human Rights Network, Rodney & Associates, Registrar of the Supreme Court, United Nations General Assembly, non-self governing territories (American Samoa, Anguilla, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Guam, Montserrat, Pitcairn, St. Helena, Tokelau, Turks and Caicos Islands, United States Virgin Islands), Laurie S. Wiseberg, Club Med, Turks & Caicos Islands National Insurance Board, Law Offices of Rodney & Associates, Human Rights Internet, Rodney & Associates, Laurie S. Wiseberg (as author), Human Rights Tribune / Tribune des Droits Humains, Lloyd Rodney Legal Aid Clinic, Laurie S. Wiseberg (doing field work). Post it note (“Crop p. 29”), Corruption of Judicial System of Turks and Caicos Islands, “Harmful tax competition," harassment / misconduct of the authorities, Human Rights Unit of the ministry of the Attorney General and Legal Affairs, violence against women in Trinidad and Tobago, Lawyer to Lawyer Network, appeals to UN from Trinidad and Tobago Bureau on Human Rights, Canada-Asia Working Group, 47th Session of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, Comparative Political Studies, Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Forum of Democratic Leaders in the Asia-Pacific, WUS Asia Workshop, “Empower Women Through Education,” International Movement Against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism, Asia-Pacific Human Rights Information Center HURIGHTS OSAKA AWARD, Committee for Asian Women, Human Rights Watch / Asia, Computer Communications in Asia, Third World Studies Program, The Reagan Administration and the Threat of U.S. Intervention, oil imperialism, Philippine Quarterly of Third World Studies, Param Cumaraswamy, The law Association for Asia and the Pacific (LAWASIA), “Recent Trends in Human Rights Volume III, activities report 1979-1988, First Meeting of the Asian Coalition of Human Rights Organizations (3 Sept 1983), Human Rights Seminar on ‘Women & the Law,' Sharing of Traditional Technology, UN, rural modernization in Sri Lanka, The Institute of International Law & Economic Development, Marga Institute, 1979 LAWASIA Conference, human rights in Papua New Guinae, Prime Minister R. Premadasa, teaching of Buddhism, legal education, regional cooperation, international bill of rights, legal education in Korea, plea bargaining, UNESCO, legislation in New Zealand, United nations Economic and Social Council Commission on Human Rights, Penan tribal members, LAWASIA, “Report of the meeting of non-governmental human rights organisations called by the LAWASIA Human Rights Standing Committee (New Delhi, October 9-11, 1982), “Human Rights in South and Southeast Asia,” “papers presented at the State University of New York at Buffalo (May 25-27, 1988), Committee for the Defense of Human Rights in Uruguay (CDHRU), Secretariat International des Juristes pour l’Amnistie en Uruguay, The Asia Foundation (“Books for Asia”), Informal Sector Service Centre (INSEC), Australia Council for Overseas Aid (ACFOA), hot-line Asia, Human Rights Watch , Congress of the United States (House of Representatives), International Financial institutions Act, Washington Office on Latin America, country reports on human rights practices, Asian Center for the Progress of Peoples, Conference Declaration Asian human Rights Charter (Kwangju), Diplomacy training program for peoples of the Asia-Pacific Region (University of New South Wales), child workers in Asia, Laurie S. Wiseberg, 42nd Session of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, Canada-Asia Working Group, hangings in Malaysia, toy industry workers, Children in Asia, The Bangkok Times, Just, HURIGHTS OSAKA, Balai, Kwangju Massacre, Christian Conference of Asia, hot-line Asia

110

News releases, info binders, pamphlets, reports, testimonies 1980-81, 1983-84, 1986-87, 1989-91, 1993, 1995-2004 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Nicaragua, Switzerland, China, Turkistan, USA, Denmark, Switzerland, Canada, Uruguay, Nepal, Thailand, Sri Lanka, India, Asia, Pakistan, South America, Japan, Venezuela

Mediums / types include: Profiles, notes, correspondence, news releases, inserts, memos, press releases, contents from binders, pamphlets, reports, country reports, scanned newspaper articles, scanned essays, appeals, open letters, petitions, scanned book chapters, information packages, photocpies articles, facsimiles, programs, newspaper clippings, essays, lists of persons, appendixes, testinmonies, receipts, catalogs, closing remarks, marketing envelopes, letters to readers, circulars, fliers, business cards, dossiers, emails

Societies / major themes include: Department of Rio San Juan, Gobierno Eclesiastico Prelatura Jinotega, “Quaker Office – In and Around the U.N.,” Quaker United Nations Office, PRC 50th Anniversary, Falun Gong, Tibet, Panchen Lama, Falun Gong, Chinese birth control policy on Uyghurs, Amnesty International newsletters, Chinese dissidents and labor camps, “medical letter writing action,” Asia Pacific Regional Country Index, InsideChinaToday, layoffs in China, forced prostitution, Christians in China, Yahoo News, The New York Times, Human Rights Watch, United Nations Economic and Social Council, Catholics in China, China Bulletin, United Nations Economic and Social Council, WTO, Human Rights Watch World Report, Wei Jinsheng, Human Rights in China, PeaceWatch, Wang Dan, Lexis/Nexis, Democracy China-Ottawa, commodification of housing in China, USA-China relations, Denmark-China relations, China-UN relations, Hillary Clinton, Harry Wu, The Washington Post, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Tiananmen Square Interactive Tour, persecution in Tibet, Inside China Today, Rickshaws, WTO loans, Canada-Tibet-China relations, one-child policy, “Question and Answer Series,” “Research Directorate Documentation, Information, and Research Branch, Immigration and Refugee Board Ottawa, Canada," “Human Rights: Tarnopolsky – Handicap Discrimination," prisoners in poor health at Punta Rieles Prison, Informal Sector Service Centre (INSEC), HRI, Marga Institute, “doctors as torturers in Uruguay, Comite de Defensa de los Derechos Humanos en Uruguay, Federation of Asian Bishops, Servicio Paz y Justicia en Uruguay, CARTA / Serpaj, Seminar on Legal Services for the Rural poor and Other Disadvantaged Groups in South-Asia (Rajpipla, 1987), PROVEA (Programa Venezolano de Educacion – Accion en Derechos Humanos), Comision Evangelica LatinoAmericana de Educacion Cristiana (CELADEC), Latin American and Caribbean Women’s health network, 1st Asian Lawyers’ Conference, Kashmir, International Commission of Jurists, Organization of American States, Immigration and Refugee Board Documentation Centre, Federation Internationale des Droits de l’Homme, Amnesty International (international secretariat), “News from Freedom House," Asian Center for the Progress of Peoples (ACPP), Asian Action USA, ACPP-Hotline Asia

111

Reports, Testimonials, Press releases, legal documents, lists of persons 1974-75, 1981-85, 1987-89, 1991-2000, 2002 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Colombia, Mexico, Canada, Costa Rica, Israel, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Peru, Bolivia, USA, Chile, Burundi, Uganda, Africa

Mediums / types include: Reports, fliers, dossiers, info packets, pamphlets, essays (with notes), news releases, notes, country profiles, emails, case studies, testimonials, tourist brochures, scanned articles, circulars, info reports, project descriptions, posters, correspondences, legal documents, telefaxes, letters to subscribers, essays, scanned chapters, catalog pamphlets, funding proposals, order forms, comprehensive development plans, itineraries, newspaper scans, lists of peoples, declarations, book reviews, conference papers, essay drafts

Societies / major themes include: Centro de Informacion Sobre el Desarrollo de la Democracia (C.I.D.E.C.), COmision para la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos en Centroamerica (CODEHUCA), Luis Carlos Galan, Liga Mexicana por la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos (LIMEDDH), News From Americas Watch, Lawyer to Lawyer Network, Arab American Institute, “Testimonios Tribuna por la Vida,” FOCAL, Organizacion de los Estados Americanos, Inter-American Dialogue, Instituto Interamericano de Derechos Humanos, Profamilia Colombia, HRI, Comision Intercongregacional de Justicia y Paz, Lawyer to Lawyer Network, Asociacion de Cabildos del Consejo Regi0onal Indigena del Tolima “CRIT,” Consejo Regional Indigena del Cauca, United States District Court for the District of Columbia, La Comunidad Indigena de Altozano y el Consejo Regional Indigena del Toilma, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Colombia Human Rights Committee, “Informe de la Comision Internacional de Observation Judicial en Colombia," Comite Permanente por ola Defenza de los Derechos Humanos, Latin America Bureau, Centro de Investigacion y Educacion Popular (CINEP), Matar, Rematar y Contramatar, Controversia, military repression in Colombia, Boletin de Prensa, Comite Permanente por la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos, torture in Colombia, Boletin de Prensa, Comite Permanente por la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos, military repression in Colombia, institutional repression and violence in Colombia, Comite permanente por la defense de los derechos humanos (CPDH), disappeared persons in Colombia, Boletin de Prensa, CPDH, Americas Watch, “Human Rights in Jeopardy,” Africa in the UN, the Ugandan Asian population, Idi Amin

112

Reports, programs, legal dossiers, memoranda, pamphlets 1976, 1981-3, 1986, 1990-93, 1995, 1997, 1999 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Uruguay, Venezuela, South Asia, Sri Lanka, USA, Guatemala, Turks and Caicos Islands, Trinidad and Tobago

Mediums / types include: Reports, pamphlets, legal essays, bound reports, postcards, articles, scanned chapters, scanned essays, discussion papers, annotations, programs, legal dossiers, scanned articles, conference papers, memoranda, newspaper scans, news releases, news bulletins, order forms, circulars, appendixes, visitor guides, newspaper segments

Societies / major themes include: Servicio Paz y Justicia Uruguay, Venezuela under Chavez, legal framework for private foreign investment (in Sri Lanka), South Asian Committee for Regional Understanding and Cooperation, “The American Annexation of Hawaii as a Case of Aggression” (2 of 2), Disabled women, mental retardation and normalization, discriminatory use of IQ test scores, ethics regarding the handicapped, Rights of the handicapped, affirmative action for the disabled, Industrial Social Welfare Center (Columbia University School of Social Work), “Brief of the Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights / University of Cincinnati College of Law,” employment for the handicapped / disabled, Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, 1983 CASHRA Annual Conference (“Disability and the Law”), Navajo tribe, Congressional Record, pleas for asylum, New York Times, Rodney King, Massachusetts Law Review, “News from the Carter Center,” Asylum and Safe Haven Issues Bulletin, Rodney King, age discrimination, Harvard Law Review, anti-harassment policies, International Third World Legal Studies Association (INTWORLSA), homelessness, Americas Watch / Caribbean Rights Reports, New York Times, Americas Watch, UC Berkeley Human Rights Center, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Benton Foundation, Alliance for Justice (CO/MOTION), American Forum for Global Education, Human Rights Watch Americas, Bush Human Rights Proclamation, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, “Where, When, How Providenciales” (Aug – Sep 1997), Turks & Caicos Free Press, “State Authorized Corruption of the Police Service in Trinidad and Tobago” (3 of 3)

113

Reports, news releases, contents of folders, contact lists, budgets 1986-97 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Canada, Bangladesh, Colombia

Mediums / types include: Balance sheets, income sheets (handwritten), scanned notes, account balanes, transactions, handwritten expenses, salary summaries (handwritten), audit reports, proposals, trust reports, invoices, contacts, receipts, handwritten notes, correspondence, lists of sources of funding, reports, appendixes, anticipated revenues, budgets, budget notes (handwritten and typed), payroll notes, ledgers, memos, financial statements, articles of agreement, notes, fund request receipts, deposit slips, financial statements, records, airfare, itineraries, lists (of equipment and furniture), agreements of bills of transfer and sale, memoranda, estimated costs of services, proposed contracts, trust reports, funding requests, building maps, purchase orders, lists of serial numbers, faxes, circulars, pamphlets, lists of staff, newspaper clippings, 12-month budgets, meeting summaries, work orders, news releases

Societies / major themes: HRI, contents of folders: "Financial: Questions," "Finance: General," "Internet-Implementation II Contracts and Agreements / 4901909," "International Centre Evaluation 1992," "Finance: International Centre / May 1991 - Ap 30, 1992," "Finance: Transition," "Implementation II," "Travel re Transition," "International Centre Grant 1990 - 1993 April 30 extend to Jn," "HRI Move to Ottawa," "Internet - IRB Contracts and AAgreements / 4901908," "IRB - 1990-1991," "IRB - 0-0152 - Jan-Mar 1991," "Finance: Implementation I," "Internet IRB / Impl. I / Contracts and Agreements 4901907," United Nations Association of the United States of America, Immigration and Refugee Board, Hill Watch Human Rights Forum, University of Ottawa, transfer of HRI, The Financial Post, Internet Publications Committee, Entro de Informacion Sobrew el Desarrollo de la Democracia en Colombia (C.I.D.E.C.), "Highlights" (Report # 02, 03, 04, 05, 07, 08),Centro de Investigacion y Educacion Popular (CINEP), "Boletin Informativo - International," "Boletin de Prensa," "Comite Permanente por la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos

114

Lists of documents, country dossier lists, reports, news releases, essays 1971-72, 1974, 1976, 1978, 1980-96 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: England, The Americas, Asia and the Pacific, Middle East and North Africa, Africa, Europe Region, Paraguay, Vietnam, Venezuela, Chile, Suriname, Thailand, Nicaragua, Tibet, China, Uzbekistan, Tadzhikistan, Panama, Uruguay, Trinidad and Tobago, Peru, USA

Mediums / types include: Letters to subscribers, lists of documents and publications, country dossier lists, news releases, open letters, reports, news releases, correspondence, essays, summary reports, printed letters

Societies / major themes include: Amnesty International Reports, list of Amnesty International documents from 1988, Urgent Action Reports, “Documents and Publications” (October 1988, November 1988, December 1988, January 1989, February 1989, March 1989, April 1989, May 1989, June 1989, July 1989, August 1989, September 1989, October 1989, November 1989, December 1989, January 1990), “Country Dossier lists – Documents and Publications,” “Country Dossier List Update,” “Country dossier checklist 1985-1986," Contents from folders (“AI Paraguay 1985,” “AI Paraguay 1986,” “AI Paraguay 1987,” “AI Paraguay 1971 – 1984"), “Paraguay in the Seventies,” medical care in Vietnam, Buddhists in Vietnam, Political prisoner, mass graves in Venezuela, Cararabo, political killings in Chile, “disappeared” in Chile, Burmese refugees in Thailand, Arrest of Tibetan monks, martial law in Tibet, appeal cases in Tibet, disappearance of minors in Peru, executions in Peru, death penalty in Peru, women in Peru, Urgent Action releases, appeal cases in Peru, Leonel Herrera, death row in USA, H-Unit, execution of juvenile offenders, death penalty in USA

115

Reports, lists of people, press statements, notes, addenda 1976, 1978-96, 1998, 2000, 2002 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Chile, Turkey, Australia, Afghanistan, Vietnam, Asia, Thailand, Honduras, Guatemala, Central America, Costa Rica, Colombia, Hait, Cuba, El Salvador

Mediums / types include: Study reports, reports, annexes, lists of people, press statements, addenda, notes

Societies / major themes include: United Nations Economic and Social Council, Commission on Human Rights, International Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Racial Discrimination, political prisoners in Chile, Conseil Economique et Social, "Chile - The U.N. Report," General Assembly Report of the Economic and Social Council, NGO forums, "Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment," International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, Department of Public Information, General Assembly Security Council, United Nations Secretariat, Nacionas Unidas Asamblea General, United Nations General Assembly, Contents of folders ("United Nations Economic and Social Council // Study of the Impact of Foreign Economic Aid and Assistance on Respect for Human Rights in Chile 1978"), Convention on the Right of the Child

116

Reports, scanned articles, testimonies, news releases, conference reports 1972-75, 1978-86, 1988, 1990-95, 1997, 2000-01 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Haiti, USA, Cuba, Canada Mediums / types include: Reports, scanned articles, conference papers, supplementary reports, testimonies, memoranda, correspondence, study reports, news releases, scanned reports, scanned newspaper articles, bound reports, Q&As, conference reports, fliers, catalogs, surveys, bibliographies, pamphlets, confirmation slips, citation slips, bound handbooks, essays, analytical reports, legislation, business cards Societies / major themes include: “Haitian Refugee Center v. Civiletti,” Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Sex Discrimination in Welfare Legislation, Sexual harassment, sexually-explicit material, Occupational change, Population Association of America annual meeting (Minneapolis, 4 May, 1984), US Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, chemical hazards at work, The Refugee Act of 1979, Subcommittee on Immigration, Citizenship and International law of the judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives, Lawyers Committee for International Human Rights, The American Jewish Committee, asylum claims in the USA, Refugee Act of 1980, Cuban “rafters,” Amnesty International Reports, Civil Rights Act of 1964 Title VII, Harvard Women’s Law Journal, “effect of unions on the employment of blacks, Hispanics, and women,” working class women, Employment discrimination, Vanderbilt Law Review, Labor Law Journal, nursing employment, Workers’ rights in the workplace, hazardous work, ORC Equal Opportunity Group, “Questions and Answers and Background Materials on the Americans with Disabilities Act,” Harvard Environmental Law Review, employment benefits and risks, Southern California Law Review, distributive justice, health and welfare of women and children, distributive justice, health care, Greenwood Booknews, The National Coalition for the Homeless, NGO Group for the Convention on the Rights of the Child, health and welfare rights, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Freedom House News, Center for Constitutional Rights, Boston College Third World Law Journal, Law & Sexuality: A Review of Lesbian and Gay Legal Issues, “U.S. Views on Human Rights and Development – Children’s Rights,” Office of Public Affairs, pay initiatives, “Pay Equity – The Minnesota Experience,” Civil Rights Act of 1964 Title VII, Refugee Act of 1980, The Women’s Bureau (leaflets 1, 10), US Department of Labor, Labor Law Journal, sexual harassment, Civil Rights Act of 1964 Title VII, pornography, Vanderbilt Law Review, fair employment practice laws, International Human Rights Internship Program, Centre for the Study of Human Rights, IPEA, “Valuing Diversity in Schools,” Sex discrimination in employer-sponsored insurance plans, Spousal benefits and the Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978, sexual equality, women in hospital emergency departments, role of women in unions, law professors, Women law professors, Women Power and Policy, woman managers, Sex discrimination in the promotion process, women in management, sexual discrimination, US Department of Labor – Office of the Secretary (Women’s Bureau), wage discrimination in New Jersey state service, “Institutional Racism in American Society: A Primer,” Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972, racial and sexual discrimination, reverse sex discrimination, Greenwood Book News, Laurie S. Wiseberg

117

Reports, collections of documents, conference materials, pamphlets, government documents 1977, 1981-86, 1988-94, 1997-2005 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: El Salvador, USA, Costa Rica, Canada, Iraq, France, Guatemala, Australia, Western Australia, East Timor

Mediums / types include: Reports, collections of documents, contents of binders, conference materials, documents, pamphlets, calendars of events, bills, circulars, leaflets, open letters, letters to subscribers, scanned reports, briefings, programs, correspondence reports, scanned handbooks, amendments, voting tallies, memoranda, scanned newspaper articles, catalogs, order forms, book lists, government documents, government briefs, scanned reports, handwritten notes, schedule of events, questionnaires, scanned government documents, debate documents, discussion papers, bibliographies, parliamentary documents, scan of government bills, essays, articles

Societies / major themes include: United States Department of Justice Immigration and Naturalization Service, “Appendix to Request for Asylum of Ricardo Alfonso Jimenez,” Contents of binder (“National Center for Immigrants’ Rights – National Immigration Consultation – August 3-5, 1981, Trinity College, Washington, D.C.”), : Contents of binder: “Refugee Legal Assistance 1986 Pro Bono Conference, American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division April 10-12, 1986, The Fairmont Hotel Dallas, Texas,” “The Affiliate Outreach Project – Project Pamphlet, Refugee Representation Project” (over 3 folders), Harvard Law School (Human Rights Program), Instituto Interamericano de Derechos Humanos (IIDH), H.R. 510, tribal self-government in the United States, the Federal-Indian Trust Relationship, War Resisters League, income tax, statehood of Alaska, indigenous rights in Alaska, Human Rights Tribunal, American Indian Movement, aboriginal women, Laurie S. Wiseberg, International Indian Treaty Council, tourism’s impact on native Hawaiians, Institute for the Advancement of Hawaiian Affairs, American colonization, Pacific Asia Council of Indigenous Peoples, “The 1989 Hawai’i Declaration of the Hawai’I Ecumenical Coalition on Tourism Conference,” Immigration Briefings, asylum law, gender-based persecution claims, “Human Rights in the American Workplace: Assessing U.S. Labor Law & Policy,” National Immigration Project, American Humanist Association, Immigration Newsletter, political asylum, Contents of folder (“National Immigration, Refugee and ----- Forum”), “National Immigration, Refugee & Citizenship Forum,” H.R. 1510 (“Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1983”), international refugee protection and care, “Southeast Regional Conference on Immigration and Refugee Issues,” “Rocky Mountain Perspectives on Immigration and Refugee Policy,” Federation Internationale des Droits de l’Homme (F.I.D.H.), UNESCO, “The United States Federal Government – Indian Relationship Trusteeship and Local Government), Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, University of Arizona Press, “Indian Water Rights in the Western United States, rights of indigenous peoples and groups, War Resisters League, the environment, Youthpeace, income tax, War Tax Resistance, U. Utah Phillips, Immigration and Naturalization Service, American Jewish Committee, American Nurses Association, Orbis Books, “Bill of Rights in Action,” “thirdteen WNET New York,” The National Coalition of Advocates for Students, “National Immigration, Refugee & Citizenship Forum,” “Salvadoran Safe Haven Bulletin,” “Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights,” Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation Act 1991, Crime (Serious and Repeat Offenders) Sentencing Act 1992, Australian Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission and the Australian Paralympic Federation, asylum seekers in Australia, Australian aboriginal self determination, human rights of Australian aborigines, Anti-Discrimination Act 1977, opportunities for minorities, “Action – Survival for Tribal Peoples,” Aboriginal Treaty in Australia, sentencing of aboriginal offenders, Sexual discrimination, Australian Journal of International Affairs, aboriginal land rights, Mental Health Act 1986, Racial Discrimination Act 1975, Racial Discrimination Legislation Amendment Bill 1992, Anti-Discrimination (Racial Vilification) Amendment Act 1989, amending the Crimes Act 1914, the Modern Law Review, aboriginal ethnicity and nation-building in Australia, University of Tasmania Law Review, sexual equality in the workplace, Australian parliament, land titles, aboriginal land rights, rights of peoples, aboriginal child welfare laws, aborigines and the law

118

Reports, news updates, circulars, dossiers, information packages 1980-84, 1986-97, 1999-2000 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: USA, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Philippines, Guyana, Dominica, Suriname, Grenada, China, Torres Strait Islands, Australia, Bangladesh, Azerbaijan

Mediums / types include: Statements, reports, open letters, news updates, TV listings, circulars, news releases, correspondence, scanned articles, fact sheets, dossiers, news bulletins, scanned reports, chronologies, appendixes, press releases, testimonies, newspaper reprints, pamphlets, memoranda, radio addresses, photocopied newspaper headlines, prses statements, newspaper clippings, information packages, scanned newspapers, bulletins, scanned periodicals, country reports, lists of people, minutes, alerts, bound reports

Societies / major themes include: Organization of American States Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, National Coalition on Haitian Refugees, America’s Watch, Haitian coup d’état 1991, Forced deportations of Haitian emigrees from Miami, Entraide Missionaire Inc., Americas Watch, Aristide Government, US Department of State, Inter-American Foundation, Haitian Asylum Project, Centre Lafontant Joseph de Promotion des droits Humains, Aristide government, Centre Lafontant Joseph de Promotion des droits Humains, 1991 coup d’etat, Coalition Canadienne pour l’Abolition de l”esclavage des haitiens en Republique Dominicaine, International League for the Rights and the Liberation of Peoples, Lawyers Committee for International Human Rights, Federation Internationale des Droits de l’Homme (FIDH), 1987 Haitian elections, Centre justice et foi, Centre de Documentation Commission de l’Immigration et du Statut de Refugie, Third World Reports, Alaska and the energy industry, Freedom House, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, US Committee for Refugees, Haitian asylum claims, the New York Times, Haitian Refugee Action Alert, street children in Haiti, Safety in Haiti, Clinton Administration, tax relief, People’s Progressive Party (PPP), PPP Statements, Military solidarity for Grenada, Guyana Agricultural & General Workers’ Union, People’s National Congress in Guyana (PNC), Guyana elections, free press in Guyana, PPP Statements, Youth Advance!, Working People’s Alliance, The Mirror (Guyanese newspaper), Moiwana, women’s rights, Ecumenical Program for Interamerican Communication and Action (EPICA), Caribbean Initiative on Equality & Non-Discrimination, World Rainforest Movement, Amerindian Peoples Association (APA), The Colour of Friendship Rights of Children (ROC), Human Rights Education for Citizenship, National Aids Committee (NAC), Guyana Human Rights Association, Americas Watch, Human Rights Watch, music workshops in Guyana, Human Rights Tribunal, Guyanese Action for Reform & Democracy (GUARD), Amerindians and malaria, Amerindian land claims, Entraide Missionnaire Inc., Conference Haitienne des Religieux, Breadline (Guyanese paper), Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Guyana (FITUG), arrest of FITUG leaders, Entraide Missionnaire Inc., International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, sanctions in Haiti, US Department of Justice (Profile Series: Haiti), Fondation Pour le Developpement Integre et la Democratie en Haiti (FONDIDH), National Coalition for Haitian Refugees, Americas Watch, 1987 Haitian elections, National Coalition for Haitian Rights, US Department of Justice (Information packet series Haiti: Country Conditions, December 1995 – July 1996), House of Representatives Standing Committee on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs, Ministry of Home Affairs, Report of the Bangladesh jails Reform Commission Volume 1, US Department of Justice (Alert Series Azerbaijan – The Status of Armenians, Russians, Jews, and Other Minorities)

119

Reports, newspaper clippings, information packages, photographs, pamphlets 1977-92, 1994-2000, 2002-03 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Bangladesh, China, Tibet, Australia, Canada, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Thailand, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Nagorno-Karabakh, England, Panama, Uruguay, USA, Nicaragua, Costa Rica

Mediums / types include: Reports, assessments, newspaper sections, photographs, pamphlets, correspondence, emailed reports, information packets, Q & A documents, information packages, country profiles, news releases, minutes, seminar papers, posters, calendars, fliers, open letters, conference programs, scanned newspaper articles, charters, lists of peoples, data charts, lists of publications, scanned newspaper clippings, scanned chapters, press releases, notes, correspondence with materials, letters to subscribers, open invitations, reprinted reports, interview notes, profiles, translated notes, court documents, bulletins, circulars, forms, advertisements, order forms, newspaper clippings, data, memoranda, opstcards

Societies / major themes include: Proposed Nari o Shishu Nirjaton Domon Act 1998, Cruelty to women (deterrent punishment), The Daily Star, photos of Bangladeshi children, Shapla Shaluker Ashar (National Children Organization), Bangladesh Manobadhikar Samonnoy Parishad (Coordinating Council for Human Rights in Bangladesh), Trade Unionism and Human Rights in Bangladesh, Bangladesh Society for the Enforcement of Human Rights (BSEHR), Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC), Immigration and Refugee Board, gender in Bangladesh, Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), Commission de l’Immigration et du Statut de Refugie, President Ershad, Immigration Refugee Board Documentation Centre, alien smuggling in Sri Lanka, Action in Development (AID), rehabilitation of trauma victims in Bangladesh, Social Welfare Association for the Needy (SWAN), Jummas in Bangladesh, children in Bangladesh, “129 page complaint by Mark Conaghan of torture, Civil Liberties and Human Rights violations. Australia. 1994-2003,” violence toward children in Bangladesh, police brutality in Bangladesh, Bangladesh National Party (BNP), Bangladesh Awami League, “13th Annual Training for Human Rights Defenders from the Asia-Pacific and Indigenous Australia. 3rd – 21st February, 2003 Bangkok, Thailand,” Uniya, Australian Human Rights Information Centre, uranium mining in Jabiluka Mine, Trade Union of Journalists, The House of Lords, : Contents of folder (“Asociacion de Medicos, Odontologos y Profesionales Afines de la Caja de Seguro Social-AMOACSS (Panama)(1989)”)(1 of 2), Comision de Derechos Humanos, lista de detenidos, Comite Panameno por los Derechos Humanos, Fedefam, “El Pueblo Decide – A brief history of the referendum against the ‘impunity law’ in Uruguay, Contents of folder (“Asociacion de Medicos, Odontologos y Profesionales Afines de la Caja de Seguro Social-AMOACSS (Panama)(1989)”)(2 of 2), Comision de Derechos Humanos, “La persecucion a profesionales en el sector salud en Panama,” Laurie S. Wiseberg, Obispado de David, Contents of folder (“Panama General”), Independent Commission of Inquiry on the U.S. Invasion of Panama, American agents in Panamanian ministeries and agencies, elections in Panama, “La Reforma Educativa Panamena,” Council on Hemispheric Affairs, Anti-Defamation League, Contents of folder (“Yapti Tasba Masraka Nani Aslatakanka (YATAMA)”), Nicaraguan Indians, Indian Law Research Center, Contents of folder (“Witness for Peace / Nicaragua”), violence from Contras in Nicaragua, Witness for Peace, Sojourners, Contents of folder (“US State Department on Nicaragua”), Congressional hearings, Department of State – Bureau of Public Affairs, repression of Sandinistas, Tilaran refugee camp, Contents of folder (“Amnesty International (Panama)”), Amnesty International, Contents of folder (“Suomi Nicaragua Seura / Finland-NIC. Friendship Association”), Human Rights Internet, Contents of folder (“Nicaraguan Government Publications”), “Nicaragua in Brief, Embassy of the Republic of Nicaragua, Civil actions against Ronald Reagan, Daniel Ortega, Junta of the Government of National Reconstruction, “Declaration of Principles of the Popular Sandinista Revolution in Regards to the Indigenous Communities of the Atlantic Coast,” National Literacy Campaign of Nicaragua, Contents of folder (“Nicaragua medical Aid / Inter-American Health Foundation”), Nicaragua Medical Aid, Human Rights Internet, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Contents of folder (“Nicaragua Network (formerly Nat’l. Net. in Solid. with the Nic. People)”), Let Nicaragua Live!, Congresswoman Patricia Schroeder, Contents of folder (“Nicaraguan Information Center and Action (NICA)”), NICA, Somoza Family dictatorship, Contents of folder (“Nicaragua Interfaith Committee for Action”), Human Rights Internet, LASA-NICA, Contents of folder (“Nicaragua Information Center”), Contents of folder (“Newsclips Nicaragua ’81-’82”), Contents of folder (“Nicaragua Co-Ordinating Committee / Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign”), 1st Anniversary of the Nicaraguan Revolution, Campaign for Education in Nicaragua, Contents of folder (“New York Committee o n Nicaragua”), Contents of folder (“Newsclips Nicaragua 1982”), La Voz de Nicaragua, Contents of folder (“Newsclips Nicaragua ’83-‘85”), Contents of folder (“National network in Solidarity with the People of Nicaragua (now Nic. Network)”), kidnappings by Contras, Unidad Sandinistas, Harry Scoble, Contents of folder (“Newsclips Nicaragua ’79-‘81”)

120

Reports, Press releases, Data tables, Scanned articles, Pamphlets 1963, 1972-91 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Kenya, Middle East, USA, Switzerland, Togo, Israel, Uganda, Israel, West Bank, Palestine, Gaza, Philippines, Chile, Panama, Cuba, Latin America, canada, South Africa, Guatemala, England, North Korea, Zaire (DR Congo), Europe, Argentina, Zambia, Puerto Rico, Africa, Asia, Ukraine, USSR, Venezuela, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, El Salvador, South Korea, Peru, Iran, Indonesia, Seychelles

Mediums / types include: Reports, data tables, correspondence, press releases, handwritten notes, scanned articles, reviews, open letters, scanned articles, memoranda, scanned book chapters, statements, scanned newspaper clippings, statistics, scanned bills, bibliographies, briefing reports, pamphlets, bulletins, news releases, telegrams, fliers, letters to subscribers, government documents, memos, correspondence with materials, agendas, scanned newspaper articles, newspaper clippings, articles, speeches, information packets, information fliers, collected printed notes, posters, profiles, opening addresses, biographical sketches

Societies / major themes include: Contents of folder (“United Nations, Miscellaneous, 1984-1988”), United Nations Department of Public Information, NGOs, “The Nairobi Women’s Decade Conference,” Division for Economic and Social Information, women in the Middle East, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme, International Human Rights instruments, Contents of folder (“Quaker United Nations Office, 1988”), United Nations Sub-commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, child soldiers, Contents of folder (“Refugees, 1988-1989”), Laurie S. Wiseberg, Inter-American Institute of Human Rights, Refugee Policy Group, Contents of folder (“Israel, 1975, 1989”) (1 of 3), Avigdor Feldman, Gerald Ford, Idi Amin, Palestinian elections, Quaker Middle East Representatives, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Jerusalem, United Nations, “Israeli settler violence in the Occupied Territories 1980-1984," Contents of folder (“Israel, 1975, 1989”) (2 of 3), “Israeliens des Juifs et des Arabes,” Contents of folder (“Israel, 1975, 1989” (3 of 3), Immigrants & Minorities, Arab refugees in Israel, NGOS, Palestinian economic development, Medecine pour le Tiers Monde, Contents of folder (“Sanabel Press Service (Israel), 1989”), Sanabel Daily Press Bulletin, martyrs, Contents of folder (“United States – Indigenous People, 1988”), Laurie S. Wiseberg, Federal Register, Contents of folder (“The Philippines, 1990”), Vlaardingen-Bacolod Cities Friendship Ties and Cooperations (VBCFTC), Contents of folder (“Latin America – General, 1974-1975, 1983”), Department of State Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Contents of folder (“South Africa News Clippings, 1991”), freed prisoners in South Africa, Contents of folder (“Parlimentary [sic] Human Rights Group, England, 1981-1984”), the working party on human rights, Contents of folder (“Canada, 1977-1991”), Canadian International Trade Statistics, House of Commons, Bill C-404: An Act to prohibit aid to foreign countries violating human rights, Contents of folder (“Guatemala, 1989”), Contents of folder (“United States Intelligence Board, n.d.”), Contents of folder (“South Africa, 1972”), warring tribes of South Africa, militarization of South Africa, The City Sun, American Library Association, United Nations, Inter-Church Coalition on Africa, Contents of folder (“Korea, 1975-1976”), Department of State, United States Catholic Conference Congressional Testimony, Contents of folder (“Zaire, (DR Congo), 1976”), Department of State, Contents of folder (“Central African Republic, 1977”), Contents of folder (“European Commission on Human Rights”), Contents of folder (“Transitional Democracies, 1988”), trying military violators of human rights, contents of folder (“Cuba, 1978”), Washington Office on Latin America, Contents of folder (“Nuernberg: A Reappraisal, by Marion E. Lozier, n.d.”), Post-Nuernberg, Contents of folder (“Television Programs, 1974, n.d.”), Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Southern Educational Communications Association, Contents of folder (“Human Rights General, 1976-1977”), Peter Schneider, Human Rights Day Community Luncheon, National Council of Churches, Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy, Jimmy Carter, University of Hawai’i Institute for Peace, World Congress on Human Rights, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Contents of folder (“Chile, 1976”), academic freedom in Chile, contents of folder (“United States – military Intervention, 1974”), Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL), Contents of folder (“Zambia, 1971”), Contents of folder (“Puerto Rico, 1976-1978”), permanent union of Puerto Rico with the USA, Ron Dellums, American Friends Service Committee Inc., Contents of folder (“Puerto Rico, 1976-1977”), permanent union of Puerto Rico and the USA, Ron Dellums, Vieques, Puerto Rican women, Contents of folder (“Uganda, 1974-1977”), Idi Amin, Uganda Asians, Congressman Don Bonker, Contents of folder (“Soviet Union, 1970-1975”), Ukrainian hunger strikes, National Conference on Soviet Jewry, Synagogue Council of America, USA food aid, Contents of folder (“Religious Organizations and Human Rights, 1963-1978”), Roman Catholicism and Latin America, liberation theology, Jürgen Moltmann, World Council of Churches – Sixth Assembly 24 July – 10 August 1983, Canadian Journal of Community, Contents of folder (“Hunger in the United States, 1975-1976”), United States Catholic Conference, Interreligious Taskforce on U.S. Food Policy, UNICEF, Contents of folder (“Human Rights Internet – Venezuela, 1976-1978”), Carlos Andres Perez, Latin American Strategy Committee, New York Times, Contents of folder (“Nigeria”), Nigerian hostages, Contents of folder (“Rights of Women, 1987”), Situation reports on Sri Lanka, Commonwealth Information, YATAMA, Mercy Airlift Inc., Amnesty International USA, NGOs in El Salvador, International Association Against Torture (IAAT – AICT), South Korean ministers, Contents of folders (“Iran,” “El Salvador,” “Peru,” “Indonesia,” “Malaysia,” “Nicaragua,” “South Korea”), Contents of folder (“AIDS/HIV”), “Romania’s AIDS Babies,” AIDS research in Africa, world bank and Seychelles, France Albert Rene

121

Bulletins, reports, pamphlets, news releases, correspondence 1968-69, 1971-75, 1977, 1979-83, 1985-90, 1993, 1999 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: USA, Uganda, USSR, Paraguay, Uruguay, Sri Lanka, Burundi, Nigeria, Biafra, Ethiopia, South Africa, Canada, China, Tibet, Nicaragua, Africa, Norway, Ghana, Mozambique, Argentina, Kenya, Finland, Iraq, India, Netherlands, Denmark, England, Zimbabwe

Mediums / types include: Handwritten notes, bulletins, letters to members, summaries, correspondence, magazine clippings, reports, press releases, indexes, scanned chapters, circulars, newspaper clippings, briefings, pamphlets, information packets, news releases, photograph, press clips, handbook, maps, workshop reports, correspondence materials, petitions, memos, scanned articles, telegrams, statements, correspondence, summaries, programs, scanned newspaper headlines, legal documents, bibliographies, calendars

Societies / major themes include: The International League for the Rights of Man, The Policy Sciences Center Inc., People Weekly, “U.S. Private Non-Profit Action and the World Food Crisis,” International Commission of Jurists, expulsion of Asians from Uganda, World Conference of Religion for Peace (WCRP), Idi Amin, The New York Times, prisoners’ diets, Nigerian military detainees, rural development issues in Ethiopia, apartheid, American Bar Association, The Globe and Mail, The Red Army, sex discrimination in USA, US Department of Labor (Employment Standards Administration – Women’s Bureau), Southern Africa, Labour Action, photo of monk, National Network in Solidarity with the Nicaraguan People, AF Press Clips, US Department of State (Bureau of African Affairs), “A Resource Guide to Human Rights Documentation of Intergovernmental Organizations,” The Norwegian Human Rights Project, “Final Report of the Commission of Enquiry on Bribery and Corruption,” food crisis in Africa, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), “Scientists in Exile,” scientists imprisoned in the Soviet Union, Helsinki Final Act of 1975, New York Times Magazine, The Disappeared, Contents of folder (Hamburg 1980 “Science Forum(?)”), Andrei Sakharov, Committee of Concerned Scientists Inc., “The cases of persecuted engineers in Iraq, Argentina, and the Soviet Union," The American Jewish Committee, Anti-Defamation League, Jewish migrations in / from USSR, legal immigration reform, “Subcommittee on Immigration, Refugees and International Law Judiciary Committee – House of Representatives,” Refugee Act of 1980, Jacob Blaustein Institute, “Americans Confront the Holocaust,” “Seminar on Legal Services for the Rural Poor and Other Disadvantaged Groups in South-Asia,” International Commission of Jurists, Jose Esteban Gonzalez, Amnesty International, International Declaration of Human Rights, imprisonment of public figures (religious persecution, teachers and students, women, parliamentarians, journalists and writers, lawyers, trade unionists), death penalty, Urgent Action Network, Physicians for Human Rights, physical therapy of torture victims, “Reports on the Trip to South Africa and Zimbabwe: From the International Legal Exchange Program of the Section of International Law and Practice October 29 to November 6, 1982” (2 parts), American Bar Association, “Network of concerned correspondents

122

Pamphlets, reports, correspondence, news releases, essays 1966, 1968-69, 1974, 1977-85, 1987, 1989-2002 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: USA, Nicaragua, Latin America, Puerto Rico, Canada, Peru, Sri Lanka, England, Tamil, Caribbean, Bolivia, Germany, Haiti, Australia, France, China

Mediums / types include: Scanned articles, binder (legal documents), bound course materials, pamphlets, fliers, news releases, open letters, event announcements, event schedules, lists of persons, scanned newspaper articles, notes, statements, reports, correspondence, draft constitution, interviews, briefs, Q & A studies, mission reports, memos, data tables, surveys, summary analyses, nomination ballots, essays, handwritten notes, country profiles, memorial programs, strategies, registration forms, bulletins, sample letters, lists of prisoners, order forms, bulletins, correspondence with materials, presented paper

Societies / major themes include: Fourteenth Amendment, Crosskey-Fairman Debates, “Incorporation of the Bill of Rights,” due process, first amendment, “Parviz Mobarakizadeh (petitioner) v. United States Immigration & Naturalization Service (respondent),” “The American Bill of Rights,” Prof. Paul Bender, US Constitution and Bill of Rights, Freedom of Information Act, government spying, “Campaign for Political Rights,” “On the Alert,” Reagan Administration intervention in Nicaragua, Legislative Notes, House Judiciary Committee (98th Congress), Campaign to Stop Government Spying, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, Haig v. Agee, Commission on United States – Latin American Relations, Center for Inter-American Relations, Food Monitor, Oxford University Press, Center for national Security Studies (CNSS), Instituto Pertorriqueno de Derechos Civiles, Proyecto Caribeno de Justicia y Paz, Center for Constitutional Rights, Instituto Puertorriqueno de Derechos Civiles (IPDC), effects of Hurricane Hugo in Puerto Rico, Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal, IPDC, Temple University Press, US Committee for Refugees, “Annual Report of the Chairman of the Human Rights Task Force,” Washington Office on Latin America, Hyde Park Meeting (Committee for Democratic Rights), Tamil Centre for Human Rights, Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, Urgent Actions, Tamil Tigers, Tamils Coordinating Committee, National Coordinator for Human Rights, Americas Watch, Clinton Administration, News from Freedom House, Sistema de Denuncias sobre Derechos Humanos (SDDH), Peru Solidarity Forum, Coordinadora de las Organizaciones Indigenas de la Cuenca Amazonica (COICA), The New York Times Magazine, “Addiction, Recovery, and the Drug War,” Council for Hemispheric Affairs, Washington Office on Latin America, “The April 5th Coup in Peru,” The Shining Path, Asociacion Pro Derechos Humanos (APRODEH), the 1992 Coup, Immigration and Refugee Board Documentation Centre / Centre de Documentation de la Commission de l’Immigration et du Statut de Refugie, Human Rights Watch, The Shining Path, Anti-terrorist laws in Peru, Federation Internationale des Droits de l’Homme, “Treatment of Peru at the 1998 Session of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights,” Peru Peace Network (PPN), National Catholic Reporter, Jubilee 2000 Coalition, The Andean War, G8 Summit, Urgent Action Alerts, Revolution Theology, PPN Conference, Federacion Internacional de Periodistas Oficina Regional / America Latina, Ford Foundation, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, G7 Koln, Jubilee 2000, drug trafficking in Peru, Fellowship of Reconciliation, Washington Office on Latin America, foreign aid bill, School of the Americas, women in congress, La Ligue des Droits et Libertes, sexual harassment in the workplace, Neelan Tiruchelvam, Comision para los Asuntos de la Mujer, Peruvian elections, Peru Solidarity Forum, IMF, Fujimori Regime, care for Peruvian children, “Strategy for Winning the 2000 Peruvian Elections,” G7 summit, Platform for Alternative Development in Haiti (PAPDA), 2000 PPN Conference, Washington Office on Latin America, The Washington Post, The Miami Herald, democracy in Peru, Duke University Press, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Peru’s debt, PPN 1992 Conference, IMF language, drug trafficking in Peru, PPN 1996 Conference, gold mine expansion in Peru, Sierra Club, Peru Solidarity Forum, Fujimori Era, unemployment in Latin America, Grupo Peru, “Proposal to reform U.S. Development Assistance,” The Development Gap, 7th Annual Peru Peace Network Conference, PPN Urgent Action, Washington Office on Latin America, Gen. Rodolfo Robles, New York Times, Patrick Leahy, Neoliberalism and Christian Values, AIDS in Latin America, Peru Update (Peru Support Group), APRODEH, The Shining Path, Sendero Luminoso and the Threat of Narcoterrorism, “The Decade of Chaqwa: Peru’s Uprooted Civilians,” News from the U.S. Committee for Refugees, refugee law in Peru, US Department of Justice, trade unions in Peru, “Why Peasants Rebel: The Case of Peru’s Sendero Luminoso,” Washington Office on Latin America, “War on Cocaine in Peru,” Peru Working Group, International Emergency Committee to Defend the Life of Dr Abimael Guzman, Asia-Pacific Conference on Human Rights, Latinamerica Press, Action des Chretiens pour ol’Abolition de la Torture (ACAT), Fourth World Conference on Women, documents ACAT, “Domination et Torture,” Contents of folder (“Action des Chretiens pour l’Abolition de la Torture)

123

Pamphlets, reports, essays, news releases, scanned articles 1970, 1976-95, 1998, 2000-2002 


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Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Honduras, Central America, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Belize, Nicaragua, Panama, Argentina, Brazil, Falkland Islands, USA, Uruguay, Canada, Mexico, Latin America, Chile, Caribbean

Mediums / types include: Postcards, pamphlets, order forms, correspondence, notes to readers, news updates, reports, bibliographies, sourcebooks, biographical reports, programs, prepared essays, open letters to supporters, posters, envelopes, news releases, prepared reports, testimonies, fliers, pamphlets with documents, country profiles, conference publications, mailed bulletins, open letters, scanned articles, interviews, maps, mailed news bulletins, news reports, cover sheets, dossier reports, newspaper clippings, update reports, essays, transcribed correspondence, data charts, scanned poems, personal profiles, memoranda, Q & A reports, envelopes, briefs, open letters to presidents, bound reports, letters to members, scanned newspaper articles

Societies / major themes include: Disappeared in Honduras, Committee of the Detained and Disappeared in Honduras (COFADEH), Inforpress Centroamericana, “briefings on Colombia,” Asociacion Centroamericana de Familiares de Detenidos Desaparecidos (ACAFADE), Central America Research Institute, Central America Human Rights Committee (CAHRC), CODEHUCA, “Informe Narrativo del XII foro de Derechos Humanos de Codehuca,” Central American refugee policy, “The Biography of Herbert Anaya Given at the 10th Assembly Herbert Ernesto Anaya Sanabria CODEHUCA,” Guatemalan Human Rights Commission (CDHG), Human rights delegation to Guatemala, “IX Asamblea General” (CODEHUCA), Contents of folder (“IX Asamblea General CODEHUCA – Costa Rica, Junio 1987), Comite para la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos en Honduras (CODEH), hunger strike in Honduras, CODEHUCA, “Accion Urgente,” Planificacion de la Fundacion de Promocion Cooperativa (FUNPROCOOP), Panamanian Human Rights Commission (CONADEHUPA), 10 December (Human Rights Day), Human Rights Internet, “Accion Urgente,” X General Assembly of CODEHUCA, USA House of Representatives (Foreign Affairs Committee), III Asamblea General CODEHUCA, Contents of folder (“IV Asamblea General Comision Parqa la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos en Centro America, Alajuela, Costa Rica. 3-7 Mayo de 1982”), IV Asamblea General CODEHUCA, Contents of folder (“X Asamblea General de CODEHUCA / Herbert Ernesto Anaya Sanabria / San Jose, Costa Rica Mayo 1988”), III Asamblea General CODEHUCA, XVII Asamblea General CODEHUCA, X Asamblea Genderal CODEHUCA, Nicaraguan elections issues, Central American Historical Institute (/ Instituto Historico Centroamericano), Instituto Historico Centroamericano, Agrarian Reform Law (August 1981), Carta al Papa por la Paz en Centroamerica, letter to the pope, COSEP, CAUS, Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua, Nicaragua Libre!, Nicaraguan barrios, agrarian law reforms in Nicaragua, Central American Historical Institute, Sandinista National Front (FSLN), radical religion, Organization of American States, Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (23rd session), Amnesty International Reports, Urgent Action appeals, “Argentina Today,” The Disappeared (in Argentina), Yale Journal of International Law, Contents of folder (“AI Argentina 1979-1981), disappeared children of Argentina, kidnappings, abducted children in Argentina, Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo. Movimento dos Trabalhadores Rurais sem Terra, Amnesty International Reports, transvestitism, attacks on journalists, Academia de Humanismo Cristiano, Contents of folder (“AI Argentina 1976-1978”), secret detention camps in Argentina, forgotten prisoners of Argentina, Journalists’ Urgent Action Network, Amnesty International USA, Argentine trade unions, Amnesty International News Release, letters to US Congress members, Argentine academic freedom, media repression in Argentina, identification of disappeared Argentine children, Comite de Defensa de los Derechos Humanos en Uruguay, House of Commons (Canada), “Canada / Central America Urgent Action Network,” Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo, Latin American Studies Association, Amnesty International, AI Index, “El Cambio de la Opcion: de la Revolucion a la Democracia,” Marin Interfaith Task Force, Americas Watch, American Friends Service Committee / NARMIC, militarization of Central America, “U.S. Military Intervention in Central America and the Caribbean,” American militarization, NARMIC / American Friends Service Committee, Canada-Caribbean-Central America Policy Alternatives, “Conclusiones y Recomendaciones al Goberino Argentino del Informe de la CIDH,” Asamblea Permanente por los Derechos Humanos (APDH), Asociacion Pro Derechos Humanos de Espana, Contents of folder (“Asamblea Permanente por los Derechos Humanos”), disappeared children (/ since 1976), APDH, “15 Anos de Lucha Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo,” La Paz es Fruto de la Justicia,” Argentine prisons, Argentine Information Service Center (AISC), CALA Conference, Argentina Today (Supplement No. 2)

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Essays, presented reports, briefs, country profiles, press releases 1978, 1980-97  

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Latin America, Chile, El Salvador, Canada, Switzerland, the Americas, Colombia, Guatemala, Central America, Panama, Venezuela, Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Upper Volta, Zaire, Uganda, Rhodesia, Britain, Egypt, Guinea, Tunisia, Romania, Soviet Union, Poland, Ukraine, USA

Mediums / types include: Essays, seminar papers, commissions, presented reports, statement releases, reports, scanned articles, pamphlets, report briefs, presented briefs, q & a series, cultural profiles, country profiles, preambles, testimonies, prepared statements, newspaper articles, bulletins, updates, resumes of information, press releases, profiles, envelopes, news releases, programs, communications, correspondence and materials, spiral-bound reports, correspondence, appeals, public announcements

Societies / major themes include: Academia de Humanismo Cristiano (“circulo de filosofia,” “a 15 anos de la reforma universitaria”), Oscar Pinochet, Centro Internacional para los Derechos Sindicales, “Chile: Comision de investigacion sobre los derechos sindicales,” Central America Monitoring Group, Salvadoran Jesuits, Congress of the United States (House of Representatives), El Salvador Monitoring Group, Canadian Council for International Cooperation, Instituto de Estudios Juridicos de El Salvador, Comision para la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos en Centroamerica (CODEHUCA), political prisoners in El Salvador, displaced of El Salvador, Canadian Jesuit Refugee Programme, Groupe Inter-Agences de Surveillance sur le El Salvador, “Law as an Instrument of Oppression,” Inter-Agency El Salvador Monitoring Group, “Safeguarding Humanitarian Assistance in El Salvador,” Immigration and Refugee Board Documentation Centre, Salvadoran armed forces, The Campesinos, “Abuses of Medical Neutrality,” Public Health Commission to El Salvador, displaced persons in El Salvador, Federacion de Comites de Madres y Familiares de Presos-Desaparecidos y Asesinados Politicos de El Salvador (FECMAFAM), Committee on the Rights of the Child (9th Session), “Preamble to Draft Declaration of Principles on Human Rights and the Environment,” , “A New Dynamic for Peace,” El Salvador Monitoring Group, Le Groupe de surveillance sur le Salvador, Canadian Council for International Cooperation, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, Subcommittee on Foreign Operations of the House Committee on Appropriations, Salvadoran Jesuits, Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere Affairs, Archbishop Oscar Romero, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, “The ‘Jesuit Case,’” UNESCO, United Nations, Review du Droit Public, Religious Task Force on Central America, “National Immigration, Refugee & Citizenship Forum,” Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA), Salvadoran elections, Salvadoran peace plan, Comite Cristiano Pro Desplazados de El Salvador (CRIPDES), United Nations Press Release, Department of Public Information, Economic and Social Council, National Agenda for Peace in El Salvador, Immigration and Refugee Board Documentation Centre, United Nations, Casa Alianza (Programas de la Ciudad de Guatemala), Comite de Refugiados Centroamericanos, United Nations Observer Mission in El Salvador (ONUSAL), Frente Farabundo Marti para la Liberacion Nacional, “National Immigration, Refugee & Citizenship Forum,” “Salvadoran Safe Haven Bulletin,” Christian Urgent Action Network for Emergency Support (CUANES), El Salvador Public Information Campaign, International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU), Sponsored by the Central America Monitoring Group (CAMG), Center for International Policy Reprint, The Human Rights Commission of El Salvador (CDHES), Canada / Central America Urgent Action Network, Canadian Foundation for the Americas (FOCAL), FIDH, McGill Law Journal, Salvadoran Jesuits, Centro de Estudios de la Mujer (CEMUJER), Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, death squads against state workers and demobilized soldiers in El Salvador, The International League for Human Rights (ILHR), Idi Amin, Banyarwanda population, United States Human Rights Committee, “Sub-committee on Petitions, Information, and Assistance of the United Nations Special Committee on the Implementation of the Declaration with Regard to the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples,” Human Rights Bulletin, disappearances of foreign nationals in Lebanon, United Nations Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances, “Legal aid for lawyers who represent unpopular clients and causes,” Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Organizations, Andrei Sakharov, Subcommittee on International Trade of the Committee on Finance, US Senate, Andrei Sakharov (disappearance)

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Reports, news releases, statements, testimonies, pamphlets 1949, 1967-69, 1974-77, 1979-2002, 2004 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: East Germany, Yugoslavia, Romania, German Democratic Republic, Soviet Union, Romania, Ukraine, Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile, USA, Colombia, Argentina, Central America, Canada, Zimbabwe, Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Netherlands, East Timor, Arabia

Mediums / types include: Reports, News releases with materials, news releases, statements, testimonies, pamphlets, profiles, news alerts, statements, scanned newspaper articles, correspondence with materials, posters, charts, news updates, open letters, subscription forms, envelopes, invoices, schedules of events, syllabuses, order review forms, fliers, legal documents, receipts, postcards, correspondence, articles, addresses, conference advertisements, scanned newspaper articles, postage, briefing papers, newspaper clippings, packages, event advertisements, senate bills, press releases, catalogs, lecture series notes, order forms, bound reports

Societies / themes: “Comments on the report of the Government of the German Democratic Republic to the Human Rights Committee,” ILHR, Nobel Prize winners for Andrei Sakharov, The Jackson-Vanik Amendment, Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Organizations (US House of Representatives), emigration from Communist bloc countries, Committee on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination: Discrimination Against Ethnic Ukrainians, Ukrainian Jews and Crimean Tatars, Jackson-Vanik Amendment, Family Reunification Project, Andrei Sakharov, Chilean Commission for Human Rights, New York Times, International Friends of the Chilean Human Rights Commission, Asamblea Permanente por los Derechos Humanos (APDH), Movimioento Ecumenico por los Derechos Humanos (MEDH), Academia de Humanismo Cristiano, Servicio Paz y Justicia Argentina, Chilean Commission for Human Rights, Servicio Paz y Justicia, “flow chart of far right & white supremacist movement as of sept 92,” Center for Democratic Renewal, Contents of folder (“A Comparative Study of Bill C-25 and U.S. Legislation / Walter Miller, The Experience of State Employment Commissions: A Comparative Study / Sutin, Employment Discrimination Manual / Robinson and Baller, The Right to Equal Employment Opportunity / Michael Sovern”), Library of Parliament, Bernard A. O. Williams “The Idea of Equality,” Moratorium Now!, Human Rights Internet, Quixote Center, Death Penalty Information Center, Dalton Prejean, Study Circles Resource Center, death penalty in USA, capital punishment for female offenders, Cleveland State University, juvenile death penalty, NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (LDF), USA Death Row, Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (CIDH), online databases, Institute on Pluralism and Group Identity, “The Acculturation of New Immigrants: Implications for Pluralism in the United States, Wingspread Conference Center, Racine, Wisconsin,” United States v. Nixon, HRI Alumni Newsletter, United States of America v. Humberto Alvarez-Machain, Amnesty International, Communications Decency Act, internet censorship in USA, Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law, death penalty in USA, “Negroes in Missouri,” University of Missouri (Department of Rural Sociology), the Fourteenth Amendment, “The Equal Protection of the Laws,” Rawls’s Theory of Justice, Contents of folder (“AI United States 1975-1986”), detention of prisoners, CURE’s International Conference, Major Human Rights Documents and Prison Reform, October 6-11, 2001,” Waco prison tours, Greenwood Press, American minority militants, Amnesty International News Release, Latimer House Guidelines for the Commonwealth, Democracy & You, The Durban Declaration, BBC News (Africa), “Religion and human rights,” New Jersey’s Law Against Discrimination, age discrimination, Michigan Civil Rights Commission, Bureau of Indian Affairs and U.S. Indian Tribes, Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, “Compliance with the Human Rights Provisions of the Central American Peace Plan,” Americas Watch Report, “The Honorable John Shattuck, Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor,” US Department of State, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, International Human Rights Conformity Act of 1993, California Western International Law Journal, American Journal of International Law, Helsinki Watch, Americas Watch, Reagan Administration, The Community Church of Boston, American Jewish Committee, ABC-CLIO, Act No. 112 Public Acts of 1968, Laurie Wiseberg, Human Rights Internet, Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, The Stanley Foundation (Policy Bulletin), WORDLINK North America, United Nations Association of the USA, Reebok International, “Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity: Early Warning and Prevention December 8-10, 1998” (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum), Legal Publications Unit, The Community Church of Boston, American Jewish Committee (“News from the Committee,” “AJCommitteeNEWS”), Institute for East-West Christian Studies, “The Four Women of St. John’s v. Sunbelt Healthcare Systems, Inc.,” Helsinki Watch, Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, “Arab Civilization,” Citizens United for Rehabilitation of Errants

126

News releases, reports, questionnaires, news reports, programs 1973, 1981-90, 1992-94, 1996, 2000, 2002 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: USA, Israel, South Korea, Ecuador, Chile, Nicaragua, Latin America, Japan, Argentina, Soviet Union, South Africa, Costa Rica, Lebanon, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Zaire, Rumania, Egypt, France, United Kingdom, West Papua, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia

Mediums / types include: News releases, open letters, reports, notes, correspondence with materials, pamphlets, memoranda, scanned newspaper articles, instructions, questionnaires, program activities calendars, order forms, notecards, news reports, letters to subscribers, scanned articles, fliers, alerts, scanned pamphlets, scanned op-eds, registration forms, correspondence with documents

Societies / major themes: Anti-Defamation League (of B’nai B’rith), Holocaust remembrance, Kurt Waldheim, anti-Semitism, open letter to president of ABC news, Louis Farrakhan, Rumanian Jews, Arab boycott of Israel, Pat Robertson, Anti-Defamation League’s Interfaith Affairs Department, American Jewish Committee (News from the Committee), handbook on Israel, “The Gaza Strip: An Age-Old Problem,” Abdala Bucaram, open letter to Jimmy Carter, interfaith meetings between Jewish and Catholic theologians, “A White Paper on the Sandinistas and the Jews,” Latin American Report, The American Jewish Committee, Holocaust revisionism, The Disappeared, Jews in Argentina, anti-Semitism in Argentina, Rabbi Meir Kahane, Elie Wiesel, Soviet Jews, Barbara Tuchman, Rabbi Meir Kahane, Klaus Barbie, Boston Police Patrolman’s Association v. Castro, Institute for Historical Review, Jewish New Year, Palestine Liberation Organization, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Kahan Commission of Inquiry, SUMA, Ford Foundation, National Democratic Institute (NDI), The Burger Court on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, Human Rights and Law enforcement Institute (HRALEI), EC Law, The Asia Foundation, Rawls Theory of Justice, Amnesty International, death penalty in USA, American prisoners on death row, Amnesty International Reports, Geronimo Pratt, Contents of folder (“AI United States 1989 –”), Amnesty International USA Urgent Action, Contents of folder (“AI United States 1987-88”), “Transmigration: The Invasion of Tribal Lands,” Survival International, Irian repatriation, The Weekend Australian, Moratorium Now!, Rep. Cynthia McKinney, Bellagio Study and Conference Center, U.S. Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Germans in the USSR, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, seminar on “Exclusion, Equality Before the Law and Non-Discrimination,” Council of Europe

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Reports, folders, information packets, faxes, scanned articles 1963, 1967, 1969-71, 1976-77, 1979, 1981, 1983, 1987-97, 1999-2000 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Cuba, Costa Rica, Canada, USA, East Timor, West Timor, Indonesia, Dominican Republic Mediums / types include: Reports, summary reports, information packets (containing documents), news releases, scanned articles, transcribed legal documents, Q&A series, responses, folders (with documents), scanned country reports, letters to supporters, tables of contents, order forms, press conference transcripts, prses releases, statements, interviews, correspondence, scanned newspaper articles, poems, articles (emailed), articles, faxes, emailed materials, bibliographies, newspaper reprints, circulars, newspaper clippings, folders, pamphlets, fliers Societies / major themes include: Canadian Labour Congress, ICFTU/ORIT, Comision Costarricense de Derechos Humanos (CODEHU), US Department of Justice Information Packet Series, Americas Watch Reports, political prisoners in Cuba, News From Americas Watch, pro-democracy activists in Cuba, Human Rights Watch, Human Rights Watch World Report (1993-1995), ILOLEX, Central Organization of Workers of Cuba (Central de Trabajadores de Cuba), CEACR, ILCCR, employment and occupation discrimination, “Cuba and the New Asylum Seekers,” Immigration and Refugee Board Documentation Centre, El Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores, Castro, CANFNET, foreign investors’ property rights, Federation Internationale des Ligues des Droits de l’Homme, Contents of folder (Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development), Canada-Cuba Relations Roundtable / Seminar, Organization of American States Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, Committees on Foreign Relations and international Relations of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, US Department of State, Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (Fifth Report on the Situation of Human Rights in Cuba), General Secretariat / Organization of American States, political prisoners and their relatives in Cuba, Pan American Union, The Cuban American National Foundation, Mariel exodus, Council for Inter-American Security, Castro’s speeches 1984-85, IGFM, political prisoners in Cuba, ISHR, Helms-Burton Act, Permanent Mission of Cuba to the United Nations, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Amnesty International Reports (“Prisoners of Conscience”), The Miami Herald, Asociacion Americana de Juristas, News from Freedom House, Canadian Foundation for the Americas (FOCAL), “Cuba’s Foreign and Defence Policies in the ‘Special Period,’” United Press International, violent crime in Cuba, eviction of handicapped from Cuba, USA Today, US Department of Justice, “Freedom in the World: The Annual Survey of Political Rights & Civil Liberties 1992-1993,” attacks on the press in Cuba, Grupo Provisional de Trabajo y Apoyo a Concilio Cubano, Amnesty International reports, Constitucion de la Republica de Cuba, US Senate, political dissidents in Cuba, Immigration and Refugee Board (Canada), Economic and Social Council, Confederation Internationale des Syndicats Libres (CISL), Cuban refugees and dissidents, Keesing’s Record of World Events, gayness in Cuba, Amnesty International Urgent Action Reports, Science and Human Rights Program of The American Association for the Advancement of Science, memoria, foreign investment in Cuba, labor rights, Clinton, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Pen Canada (Fighting for Freedom of Expression), human rights literature, “Attacks on Freedom of Expression in Miami’s Cuban Exile Community,” Americas Watch: The Fund for Free Expression, Union Europea, Immigration and Refugee Board (Canada), (“Derecho de Elegir y Ser Elegido Mediante Elecciones. Limitaciones.”), Contents of folder (“L’Esclavage au 20 eme Siecle: le cas des braceros haitiens en Republique Dominicaine), “Cuba: 100 Years of Struggle,” Contents of folder (“Dominican Republic: Oppression and Struggle, An organizing packet Quisqueya Task Force (EPICA)”)

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Pamphlets, articles, press releases, reports, correspondence 1980, 1984-2000 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: China, USA, Switzerland, Turkey, Kurdistan, Japan, Brazil, Canada, Iran Nepal, Europe, Pakistan, Africa, Costa Rica, Argentina, Hong Kong, Peru, Kashmir, India, Democratic Republic of Congo, Algeria, Mexico, Tunisia, Austria, Africa, Guyana, Croatia, Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, West Bank, England, Malaysia, Laos, Bangladesh, Philippines, Cuba, South America, Puerto Rico, Tibet, Indonesia, Moluccas Islands, Germany, Peru, Colombia, Iran, Dominican Republic, Peru

Mediums / types include: Scanned newspaper clippings, copied newspaper articles, newspaper clippings, correspondence, scanned essays, scanned periodicals, press releases, press statements, news releases, newsletters, calls for entries, correspondence, reports, memoranda, applications, conference programs, sample letters, project reports, articles, drafts of declarations, lists of persons, pamphlets, fliers, folders and materials, statements, background papers, conference papers, petitions, invitations, emails, proposals, summary reports, opening addresses, information packages, schedules, lists of publications, surveys, mission statements, calendars, conference fliers, info fliers, correspondence and materials, correspondence, scanned fliers, postcards

Societies / major themes include: Contents of folder (“Press Clippings on China”), China after Tiananmen, death penalty in China, women’s rights in China, Beijing and the feudal role of women, gayness in China, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Contents of folder (“Copies of printed materials”), rights to a clean environment, scientists in China, torture, German Yearbook of International Law, Contents of folder (“Press releases – Associated Agencies”), NGOs, International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), Anti-Defamation League (ADL), Krikati Indians, Holocaust Education Programs, Turkish Embassy (Washington, DC), Amnesty International Film Festival, Japanese NGOs, Contents of folder (“Correspondence – General”), Study Circles Resource Center, Third World Educational Foundation, NGOs, Legal Aid & Human Rights, Public Interest Video Network, Women WIN, Warapunya Bouddha Anathalaya, Contents of folder (“Human Rights Prog(…)”), racism, Binghamton University, Conference on Internally Displaced Persons in Africa, Reebok Human Rights Award 1992, “An International Conference of the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU) Organizacion Regional Interamericana de Trabajadores (ORIT),” Contents of folder (“in Spanish + French: unknown”), Movemento dos Trabalmadores Rurais sem Terra (MST), Contents of folder (“Miscellaneous Organization Materials”), Latin American Committee for the Defense of Women’s Rights (CLADEM), Justice & Peace Commission of the H.K. Catholic Diocese, Tony Alamo, Peru Peace Network (PPN), Contents of folder (“Conference of NGOS…”), Conference of Non-Governmental Organizations in Consultive Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (CONGO), contents of folder (“Project Proposals”), International Movement Against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism (IMADR), contents of folder (“Organization Reports”), Inter-Church Committee on Human Rights in Latin America, Japan Pacific Resource Network (JPRN), Aboriginal Law Centre, Contents of folder (“Commission on Human Rights Draft Report of Working Group”), contents of folder (“Contact Lists”), Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award International Advisory Committee, Contents of folder (“Indigeneous [sic] people’s rights – United States, Canada, Australia”), Lubicon Lake Indian Nation, National Indian Brotherhood, Mohawk Indians, Haudenosaunee, Western Shoshone National Council, Contents of folder (“Habitat II UN Conference… settlements Istanbul 1996”), “Women, Homes and Community Super Coalition Honoring Grassroots Women in Development around the World Habitat II U.N. Conference 30 May – 14 June 1996 Istanbul,” People Towards Habitat II, HIC-sina Habitat II caucus, statement of former US President Jimmy Carter, contents of folder (“Background papers”), “World Congress on Human Rights, New Delhi, December 1990,” Contents of folder (“In preparation for Habitat II”), right to adequate housing, Habitat II NGO forums, Centre for International and Public Law, Australian National University, Laurie S. Wiseberg, contents of folder (“European Union Proposal Habitat II – Implementation + follow-up draft”), Contents of folder (“UN ICC Preparatory Committee”), PrepCom, Contents of folder (“Istanbul Declaration (Habitat II) Drafts + Proposals”), U.S. Delegation Office, Housing rights language, Contents of folder (“Kanagawa International Conference on Human Rights and the Citizen”), Contents of folder (“World summit for Social Change, 199…”), Canadian NGO Organizing Committee World Summit for Social Development, Contents of folder (“Alternative Habitat Platform”), contents of folder (“Atlanta – 1996 Olympic Games”), Spoilsport’s Guidebook to Atlanta, contents of folder (“Human Rights + Academic Freedoms in Africa (French)”), Contents of folder (“Guyana Human Rights Association”), Malaysian investors, arms dealers, domestic violence, contents of folder (“Equal Justice USA”), contents of folder (“Human Rights Watch”), Contents of folder (“Organization of African Unity Reports”), African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights, Contents of folder (“HRAP Press releases”), Human Rights Action Project, Birzeit University, contents of folder (“NGO info GB + 1 Africa including publications uses”), Anti-Slavery International, Campaign for a more Democratic U.N., contents of folder (“ACLU Clerkship reports / NIYC Internship report”), Contents of folder (“…letters for… periodicals”), Human Rights Tribune, Royal Institute of International Affairs, Danish Centre for Human Rights, Africa Leadership Forum, Laurie S. Wiseberg, International Union Rights, contents of folder (“NGO info Australasia”), Human Rights Commission, Contents of folder (“NGO info – USA”), World Federalist Association, Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies, Human Rights Education Training and Resource Institute on Women’s Human Rights and Gender Equality, Familia Franciscana, US budget, Native American Rights Fund, Citizens Democracy Corps Inc., Coalition for the Defense of Human Rights Under Islamization, Contents of folder (“NGO info Asia”), Aliran, Lao Human Rights Council, TABAK, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Association for the Advancement of Feminism, Salinlahi Foundation (Alliance for Children’s Concerns), JFBA, Asia-Pacific Human Rights Information Centre, LAWASIA Human Rights Committee, SRUTH (Society for Rural, Urban and Tribal Initiative), Legal Resources for Social Action (LRSA), Indian Council of Social Science Research, Human Rights Association for Children, Marga Institute, Ahmedabad Women’s Action Group (AWAG), HRI, Gania Unnayan Committee, Contents of folder (“NGO Info: Central + Southern America”), Todos Los Derechos Para Todos, Servicio Paz y justicia en America Latina, Casa de Cultura da Mulher Negra, indigenous education, Instituto Puertorriqueno de Derechos Civiles, Center for Justice and International Law (CEJIL), Contents of folder (“NGO Leaflets – Asia (except southeast”), Verala Development Society, Centre for Social Research (Rural Women Empowerment Programme), Tibetan Centre for Huyman Rights and Democracy, The Institute of Human Rights & Legal Affairs Bangladesh, Humanitarian Agency for Development Services (HADS), Bangladesh Rehabilitation Centre for Trauma Victims (BRCT), Adhikar Trust, British MPs and US Congressmen on Human Rights in Kashmir, Society for the Protection of Environment Kerala, International Friends of Tibetan Youth Congress, Today’s Buraku Question, “Voices from the Moluccas,” International Movement Against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism, Korean Council for the Women Drafted for Sexual Slavery by Japan, Street Children Support and Socialisation Programme of CWIN, Centre for the Victims of Torture Nepal (CVICT), Health Mirror Group (Hemgro), HUREPAN, Women Awareness Movement, Asia Partnership for Human Development, Cambodia, World Student Christian Federation, contents of folder (“Leaflets – Miscellaneous”), Universal Declaration of Human Rights, “Urban Violence in South, Central and West Africa,” Contents of folder (“NGO Leaflets: Australasia & Europe”), Berlin Institute for Comparative Social Research, CIPSI, Stichting Tibet Support Groep Nederland, Char Fassion Orphanage, Asia Partnership for Human Development, contents of folder (“NGO leaflets – Southeast Asia”), Aliran, Just World Trust (JUST), Ecumenical Movement for Justice and Peace Inc., Cordillera Peoples’ Alliance, Cordillera Women’s Education and Resource Center Inc. (CWERC, Inc.), Medical Action Group Inc., KAPATID, Asian Research Center for Migration, Chulalongkorn University, CPDSK (Christian Participation in the Development of Shan, Kayah and Karen States Communities), Child Workers in Asia, Ecumenical Coalition on Third World Tourism, Union for Civil Liberty (UCL), Women in Development Consortium in Thailand (WIDCIT), Association of Major Religious Superior in the Philippines (AMRSP), Society of Ex-Detainees for Liberation Against Detention and for Amnesty (SELDA), The Coalition Against Trafficking in Women, Philippine Alliance of Human Rights Advocates (PAHRA), Children’s Rehabilitation Center, Contents of folder (“Leaflets: HR Programming by NGOs”), 2nd North American Community-Based Organization Conference on Human Rights and Democracy in China, Law Lectures for Practitioners, Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies, National Union of Cuban Jurists, World Jurist Association, 17th Biennial Conference on the Law of the World, 7th International AWID Forum, contents of folder (“NGO Leaflets Central + S America”), Instituto Puertorriqueno de Derechos Civiles, MAGUTA, Movimiento Homosexual de Lima, CODEHUCA, Centro Mari de Educacao Indigena, Women Against Violence Through Education and Support, Inter-American Legal Services Association, Association for Progressive Communications (APC Networks), Comision Mexicana de Defensa y Promocion de los Derechos Humanos A.C., Operation Planet Love, Refugee Legal Support Service (Central America Resource Center), Union Nacional de Juristas de Cuba, United Nations International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women (INSTRAW), Contents of folder (“NGO Leaflets: N America”), Muchtar Pakpahan, Kashmiri-American Council, Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, US Committee for Refugees, Center for Democratic Renewal, University of Minnesota Human Rights Center, The Boston Human Rights Association, American Council for Voluntary International Action, Iranian Refugees’ Alliance, US-China Peoples Friendship Association, Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute, CCCO, ghettos, International Network of Engaged Buddhists, Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law, CEJIL, Council for Prostitution Alternatives Inc., American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law of the Boston Bar Association, Canadian Colombian Association, Women’s Environment & Development Organization (WEDO), Asia Pacific Center, Women Ink., International Coalition for Religious Freedom, Center on War & the Child, Chinese Alliance for Democracy, “Religion Culture and Women’s Human Rights in the Muslim World, National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty, Inter-American Committee on Jerusalem, Catholics for a Free Choice, Contents of binder (“The UN and Human Rights: An Expert Consultation with H.E. Jose Ayala Lasso, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights”) (2 of 2), Laurie S. Wiseberg, The Carter Center

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News releases, reports, correspondence, conference papers, pamphlets 1977, 1979-83, 1985-2002 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Guatemala, Canada, Guyana, Costa Rica, Mexico, USA, Haiti, Caribbean, Latin America Mediums / types include: News releases, correspondence with materials, minutes, country profiles, scanned business cards, supplementary reports, declarations, news reports, fliers, order forms, scanned newspaper articles, press releasees, briefings, statements, briefs, reports, organization lists, scanned publications, government documents, scanned photos, handwritten notes, notes and illustrations, press releases, correspondence, submissions, resource papers, letters to members, subscription forms, fact sheets, indexes, essays, transcribed reports, Q&A series, drafts of reports, memoranda, letter drafts, testimonies, memoranda, lists of victims, activity reports, data tables, scanned handwritten reports Societies / major themes include: Guatemala Human Rights Commission / USA, declassification of Guatemala files, HRI, Robert F. Kennedy Memorial, Project Accompaniment Committee of Ottawa (PACO), Commission de l’Immigration et du Statut de Refugie, Colombian Commission of Jurists, MINUGUA, Amnesty International, Amnesty International Reports, Action des Chretiens pour l’Abolition de la Torture, Minority Rights Group International, Please Help! Worldwide Appeals, Guatemalan death squads, violence against children, street children in Guatemala, Guatemalan refugees, Nobel Peace Prize 1992, Confederation Internationale des Syndicats Libres (CISL), Organizacion de los Estados Americanos, Inter-American Court of Human Rights, Central America Solidarity Association, Guatemala Committee of Casa and NISGUA, “Guatemalan Women Challenge Free Trade,” International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development, displaced people in Guatemala, Central America Monitoring Group, Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere Affairs of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Grupo de Apoyo Mutuo, Committee for International Human Rights Inquiry, Washington Office on Latin America, Guatemala Community Network, Guatemala Labor Education Project, Guatemalan National Revolutionary Unity (URNG), World Council of Churches, Guatemalan refugees from Mexico, extra judicial executions of street children, Casa Alianza, Immigration and Refugee Board, Catecismo Constitucional – Instituto de Investigacion y Capacitacion, Temple University Press, Return of Guatemala’s Refugees, The Laws of Guyana, World Organization Against Torture, Canada / Central America Urgent Action Network, Mazaruni Christian Council, Guyana Human Rights Association (GHRA), Angolan refugees in Guyana, Amerindian Peoples Association, Guyana Labor Union, police killings in Guyana, Guyana election results, Upper Mazaruni, The West Indian Commission, GHRA, Guyanese Action for Reform and Democracy (GUARD), Guyanese elections, death penalty in Guyana, electoral reform, Solidarity for Electoral Reform, Amerindian Concerns Today, police violence, hanging / death penalty in Guyana, juvenile justice procedures, disabled children, capital punishment in Guyana, International Women’s Day, Amerindian lands, Guyana police force, Berbice Women’s Rights Workshop, HIV/AIDS in Guyana, Proyecto Linguistico Quezalteco de Espanol, the Maya of Guatemala, Washington Office on Latin America, military persecutions in Guatemala, Guatemala News and Information Bureau, Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala (NISGUA), Vida y Libertad, Centro Internacional para los Derechos Sindicales, Guatemalan refugees in Mexico, United Nations Economic and Social Council, La Justicia Penal en Guatemala, Noticias de Guatemala, Human Rights Watch, Guatemalan children, Inter-Church Committee on Human Rights in Latin America, theft of Guatemalan infants, Centro Exterior de Reportes Informativos sobre Guatemala (Cerigua), Ciencia y Tecnologia para Guatemala (CITGUA), Guatemala Solidarity Network, Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Center for Human Rights, “La massacre de Panzos,” Guatemalan elections, International Indian Treaty Council, “The Daily Terror: Attacks on Freedom of Expression and the Rights of Journalists in Guatemala,” Lawyer to Lawyer Network, Grupo de Apoyo Mutuo, freedom of expression in Guatemala, Asociacion Centroamericana de Familiares de Detenidos Desaparecidos (ACAFADE), Guatemala’s Quinto Centenario, Immigration and Refugee Board Center (Canada), military in Guatemala, NISGUA, Americas Watch, National Immigration Project, Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Center for Human Rights, LASA meeting (Boston, 1986), democracy in Guatemala, La Commission de l’Immigration et du Statut de Refugie (Canada), military in Guatemala, Department of Justice alert series, Guatemala Human Rights Commission / USA, Jennifer Harbury, Consejo Regional Indigena del Tolima (CRIT), International Human Rights Law Group, Commission de l’Immigration et du Statut de Refugie, Contents of binder (“Perspective Series, Guatemala: Democracy and Human Rights June 1997”), Laurie S. Wiseberg, Department of Justice, Contents of binder (“Perspective Series, Human Rights in Guatemala Since the Signing of the Peace Accord April 2000), “Masacre de indigenas del Quiche en Embajada de Espana en Guatemala,” victims of torture, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Peace Accord in Guatemala, Episcopal Conference of Guatemala, Inter-Church Committee on Human Rights in Latin America / Canada, Secretary-General on Human Rights Defenders, Del Monte Banana Union, Guatemalans on hunger strike, Guatemala Human Rights Commission / USA, Oxfam America, Mujeres de Guatemala Folleto Popular, Grupo de Apoyo Mutuo, Tribunal Permanente de los Pueblos Sesion Sobre Guatemala

130

Illustrated pamphlets, reports, news releases, bulletins, country profiles 1980-95, 1997-98, 2001 

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Countries / places include: El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Grenada, USA, Canada, Congo-Zaire, Congo-Brazzaville, Honduras, Colombia, Nicaragua, Kenya Mediums / types include: Illustrated pamphlets, reports, appeals, news releases, circulars, bulletins, donation forms, correspondence, pamphlets, country profiles, conference papers, testimonies, memoranda, report drafts, Q&A series, petition forms, press releases, postcards, open letters, drafts, petitions, bibliographies, folders with materials, corresopndence, statements, bulletins, data tables, posters, faxes, lists of persons, membership forms, books of photographs, conference papers Societies / major themes include: : Instituto de Investigacion Capacitacion y Desarrollo de la Mujer “Norma Virginia Guirola de Herrera,” Frente Democratico Contra la Represion (FDCR), Urgent Action Network (Appeals), Comite Pro-Justicia y Paz de Guatemala, Bernard Coard, 1983 US invasion of Grenada, Grenadian judiciary, Grenadians for the Truth about October 1983, Committee for Human Rights in Grenada (Emergency Bulletin Update), Grenadian elections, International Human Rights Law Group, New Jewel Movement, John Ventour, International Centre for Trade Union Rights, CEDHU, Law in Guatemala, International Human Rights Law Group, Inter-Church Committee on Human Rights in Latin America, United Nations Commission on Human Rights (41st and 42nd sessions), Christian Urgent Action Network for Emergency Support, Immigration and Refugee Board Documentation Centre, “The Index to Accountability: Identifying Perpetrators of Human Rights Violations in El Salvador, 1980-1990,” XVII International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, National Action / Research on the Military Industrial Complex (NARMIC), Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, media in El Salvador, American Friends Service Committee, Salvadoran election, Commission de l’Immigration et du Statut de Refugie, Department of Justice, “Negotiations Between Salvadoran Government and Rebels," : Instituto de Investigacion Capacitacion y Desarrollo de la Mujer “Norma Virginia Guirola,” CODEHUCA, Americas Watch Reports, Reagan Administration, Canadian Foundation for the Americas (FOCAL), Immigration and Refugee Board (Commission de l’Immigration et du Statut de Refugie), Canadian Lawyers Association for International Human Rights, Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, Guatemala Human Rights Commission / USA, Human Rights Alerts, Comision de Derechos Humanos de Guatemala, Rios Montt, Guatemalan autogolpe, An International Symposium on Torture in Guatemala (November 13-15, Washington, DC), “A Message from 1992 Nobel Peace Prize Winnter Rigoberta Menchu Tum,” Guatemalan Coca-Cola workers, Coca-Cola boycott, disappearances in Guatemala, Guatemala Human Rights Commission / USA, International Federation of Human Rights Leagues, “An evaluation of the conditions for free and fair elections in Kenya,” “Students Across Borders: A Campaign for Human Rights (United States, Guatemala),” Socorro Juridico Cristiano (SJC), Archbishop Oscar Romero, Laurie S. Wiseberg, The Archbishop Oscar Romero Christian Legal Aid Service, Human Rights Internet, Human Rights Commission of El Salvador (CDHES), Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN), XII Asamblea General de CODEHUCA, Repression against Salvadoran labor and cooperative movements, IDHUCA, Washington Office on Latin America, Democratic Revolutionary Front (FDR), Guillermo Ungo, US military aid to El Salvador, list of documented assassinations in El Salvador since signing of Esquipulas II Central American Peace Agreement, El Rescate Human Rights Department, Ecumenical delegations, Salvadoran refugees, US military aid to El Salvador, FMLN / FDR, Instituto de Estudios de la Mujer “Norma Virginia Guirola de Herrera” (CEMUJER), El Rescate, Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES), Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala (NISGUA), victims of torture in El Salvador, Comision de Derechos Humanos de El Salvador (COHES), Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, “El Salvador Study / Action Packet (A three-session study course on the war in El Salvador with suggestions for follow-up activities, and related materials),” Conferencia Sindical Internacional de Solidaridad con los Trabajadores de El Salvador, Oscar Romero, Centro Latinoamericana de Trabajadores (CLAT), Conferencia Sindical Internacional de Solidaridad con los Trabajadores de El Salvador, Arms Control and Foreign Policy Caucus, Committee for Peace and Democracy in El Salvador, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights

131

Conference papers, reports, pamphlets, collected materials, news releases 1976-84,1986-2001 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Nicaragua, USA, Central America, El Salvador, Canada, Caribbean, Cuba, Haiti, Kashmir, Korea, Japan, South Africa, Latin America, Iran, Paraguay, Uruguay, Argentina

Mediums / types include: Scanned newspaper articles, conference paper reprints, news releases, pamphlets, correspondence with materials, proposals, reports, memos, bibliographies, folders with materials, collected materials, briefs, legal documents, collected reports, news releases, statements, lists of organizations, catalogs, press releases, tables of contents, scanned handwritten reports, contents of folders, news bulletins, correspondence, budgets, business cards, schedules of events, addenda, scanned chapters, essay manuscripts, essays, lists of grants, letters to subscribers, scanned articles, order forms, book catalogs, pamphlets with cds, testimonies, speeches

Societies / major themes include: Los Angeles Times, Contadora, Center for International Policy, Conference on Peace and Development in Central America, International Policy Update, Nicaraguan elections, Helms-Burton Act, Center for International Policy, Chile MDB loans (multilateral development banks), Pinochet, Reagan Administration, Committee for International Human Rights Inquiry, National Association of Social Workers, “International Policy Report: Portfolio of Four Reports” (Military aid, economic aid, multilateral aid, workers’ rights), INS Research Information Center: Asylum Officer Training and Reference Materials, United States District Court for the Central District of California, American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee v. Edwin Meese III et al., amici curiae brief, William Wayne Thompson v. State of Oklahoma, Extradition of Carlos Guillermo Suarez-Mason, Urban riots, self-incrimination, natural law, searches and seizures, Argentina v. Carlos Suarez Mason, appeals / brief of the Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights, United States Commission on Civil Rights, Human Rights Watch (Women’s Rights), Laurie S. Wiseberg, United Nations Association of the United States of America, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, CRS Report for Congress, Harvard Law School, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, “The Alien Blacklist: A Prescription for the Reform of this McCarthy Era Legacy,” Institute for International Policy, Contents of folder (“Center for International Policy”), Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development, Human Rights Watch, United Nations Association of the United States of America, National Conference on the United States and the United Nations, Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict, Amnesty International USA, Reagan, “Report on the Conference on Implementing a Human Rights Commitment in United States Foreign Policy,” International league for Human Rights, “Report on the Conference on Implementing a Human Rights Commitment in United States Foreign Policy,” International league for Human Rights, “Implementation by The Carter Administration of Human Rights Legislation affecting Latin American [sic] PART #(1-4),” Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Kennan Institute, War Resisters League, Ethics & International Affairs, US-Iran policy, US Congress, Latin American Studies Association, Foreign Policy Association, Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict, : Lawyers for Human Rights, Amnesty International USA, Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Stephen Ellmann, “Human Rights Diplomacy: The Carter Administration and the Southern Cone,” National Bipartisan Commission on Central America

132

Pamphlets, petitions, reports, correspondence, news releases 1974, 1978-98 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Afghanistan, England, Pacific Islands, China, USA, Vietnam, Taiwan, Korea, Mongolia, New Caledonia, East TImor, Marshal Islands, East Asia, North Korea, Sri Lanka, Australia, Switzerland, New Zealand, Torres Strait Islands, France, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Nagorno-Karabagh, Canada, South Australia, Norway, Western Austrlia, Bangladesh, Micronesia, Asia, Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Burma, Austria, Bosnia Mediums / types include: Pamphlets, petitions, correspondence, letters to members, lists of persons, reports, news releases, correspondence with materials, conference papers, discussion papers, illustrated pamphlets, Q&A reports, press releases, factsheets, folders with documents, guides, summaries, scanned articles, articles, lists of organizations, scanned reports, updates, workshop papers, letters to editors, lists of job openings, questionnaires, chronologies, folders with contents Societies / major themes include: Afghan Refugee Information Network (ARIN), International League for Human Rights (ILHR), Chinese Human Rights Society, Society for the Protection of East Asians’ Human Rights, list of detained Taiwanese by the Chinese government, International Human Rights Law Group, Afghanistan under Article 40 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, disappearances in Vietnam, Palau Referendum, 4th Committee of the General Assembly of the United Nations, “non-communist countries in East Asia,” National Federation of Consultive Groups, United Nations Working Group on Indigenous Populations, Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, deaths in non-custodial corrections, Australian deaths in prisons, Australian deaths in police custody, Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, aboriginal and non-aboriginal deaths in prison and police custody, drug testing in prisons, The Society for the Reform of the Criminal Law, Sex Discrimination Act, Australia Human Rights commission, adopted children, Australia Human Rights Commission, children’s rights, deportation, Racial Discrimination Act, Sex Discrimination Act, Federation Internationale des Ligues des Droits de l’Homme, International Business Communications PTY Ltd, Zoryan Institute, United Nations Economic and Social Council, Armenian National Institute, Armenian National Committee of Canada, ArmeNews, Armenian Assembly of America, The Hazaras, Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan, Immigration and Refugee Board Documentation Centre, Constitutional Commission, International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, “Yerevan, Artashat, and Adjacent Villages,” US Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Afghan refugees, “Report of the Working Party on the Protection of Aboriginal Folklore,” Fourth World Conference on Women (Beijing, 1995), World Indigenous Peoples 1993 Conference, Contents of folder (“ATSIC Information Kit on Native Title: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission”), “Prostitution and Human Rights: A Western Australian Case Study,” Immigration and Refugee Board (Ottawa, Canada), Racial Discrimination Act, Sex Discrimination Act, Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Act, The Law Book Company Limited, Australian Press Council, displaced persons in Afghanistan, Central Asian Survey, South Asia Human Rights Documentation Centre, Jumma refugees, Amnesty International USA, torture in Afghanistan, child prostitution, prostitution, “Declaration of the Basic Duties of ASEAN Peoples and Governments,” Asian Law Conference, Thailand Institute of Public and International Affairs, Asian Center for the Progress of Peoples, hot-line Asia, Just World Trust, World Health Organization (WHO), “Challenging the Structures of Injustice in the South and in the North: Asian Legal Resource and Human Rights Organizations in the ‘New’ World Order,” Asian Legal Resource Centre, Asian Fishermen’s Consultation, National Refugee Week, The New World Order: Redefining Refugees, Federal Court of Australia, Austcare, Just World, 1993 World Conference on Human Rights, Asia / North America Communications Center, Human Rights Internet, “Changing Balance of Forces in South Asia,” Carter Administration, Afghan coup of 1978

133

Reports, news releases, correspondence, pamphlets, bulletins 1968, 1970, 1974, 1976-79, 1981, 1983-87, 1989-97, 2000, 2002 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: North America, Israel, El Salvador, USA, Switzerland, Italy, France, Latvia, Lithuania, Canada, Peru, United Kingdom, Pakistan, Kashmir, Cyprus, England, Africa, Kurdistan, Jerusalem, Colombia, Brazil, India, Egypt, Palestine, Ireland, Iraq, Japan, Bolivia, Guyana, Turkey, Mexico, Southern Africa, Zambia, Burma, China, Zimbabwe, Denmark, Haiti, Indonesia, Austria, Hungary, France Mediums / types include: Reports, news releases, letters to editors with materials, statements, pamphlets, correspondence, book release fliers, bulletins, surveys, press releases, articles, scanned articles, scanned signatures, statements, memoranda, newspaper clippings, bibliography, scanned newspaper articles, remarks, newspaper articles, scanned syllabus, legal documents, executive summaries, conference papers, testimonies, scanned publications, fliers, correspondence with materials, alerts, court documents, faxes, folders with contents, announcements, handwritten correspondence, factsheets, press bulletins, posters, lists of persons, editorials, conference notes, catalogs of publications, outline reports Societies / major themes: Leonard Peltier, Anti-Defamation League, Lawrence Hill &Co., Hispanic experience in the USA, Jews in Switzerland (Switzerland and the Holocaust), “Rising Exploitation of Internet by Anti-Semites and Racists…,” hate in schools and hate crimes in USA, racism in Italy, “A Psychohistorical Analysis of the Japanese-American Internment,” American Jewish Committee, Lyndon Larouche, Anti-Defamation League, The American Jewish Committee, Human Rights Internet, Laurie S. Wiseberg, 1984 Jesse Jackson campaign, Praeger Book News, The Stanley Foundation, Human Rights Internet surveys, Caucasians United for Reparations and Emancipation (CURE), “Six Conditions for Meaningful Self-Regulation,” Affirmative Action, members of the US House of Representatives, Organization Resources Counselors Inc., Affirmative Action in the USA, “Promises and Perceptions: Federal Efforts to Eliminate Employment Discrimination Through Affirmative Action,” South End Press, Racism in American factories, affirmative action in the USA, unions and affirmative action, women and affirmative action, Equal Employment Act of 1972, American Association for Affirmative Action, Subcommittee on the Employment Opportunities of the Committee on Education and Labor of the U.S. House of Representatives, proposed amendments to US Contract Compliance Programs, New York Times, Supreme Court of the United States, United States District Courts, Supreme Court, Ministry of Citizenship, Organization Resources Counselors Inc., Clinton appointments, ORC Equal Opportunity Group members, International Machinists Association, fault and motive in employment discrimination, Library Labour Canada, Employment and Immigration Canada, Summary of the American Experience with the Federal Contract Compliance Program, 1983 CASHRA Annual Conference, reverse discrimination, The American Jewish Committee, “Equal Opportunity: On the Policy and Politics of Compensatory Racial Preferences,” American Enterprise Institute, Employment and Immigration Canada, ORC Canada Inc., ORC Canada Inc., ORC Corporate Equal Opportunity Group members, “Legislative History of the Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972,” National Civil Service League, Corporate Affirmative Action, sex stereotyping, Organization Resources Counselors Inc., The Bakke Decision, Realism in EEO, Peru Support Group, MQM United Kingdom, Laurie S. Wiseberg, imprisonment of conscientious objectors in Cyprus, Alert for Action, women living under Muslim laws, Anti-Defamation League, Jerusalem Journal, African Human Rights Research Association (AHRA), Kashmir International Front, Amnesty International, Survival for Tribal Peoples, assassinated Colombian Indian leaders, International Freedom of Expression eXchange (IFEX), Canadian Council of Churches, Commonwealth Secretariat, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Immigration Consultations 1994, United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization, Lutheran World Federation, All Indian Pueblo Council, Washington Office on Latin America, Jesuit Centre for Social Faith and Justice, Instituto Perutorriqueno de Derechos Civiles (IPDC), Mission Permanente de la Republique Islamique de l’Iran, Entraide Missionnaire Inc., World Summit for Social Development, Comhlamh, White House, Guyana Human Rights Association, Human Rights Internet, Movimiento Pro-Amnistia Bolivia, Initiative for Struggle Against Narcotics and Terrorism, United Nations Division for Palestinian Rights, Coalition for Justice in Iraq, Burmese Pepsico boycott, PKK, Japan Civil Liberties Union, Commission for Justice and Peace, Just World Trust, Three Gorges Dam China Backgrounder, Omer Haluk Sipahioglu, Federasyon of Balkan Turks Association for Emigres and Refuges, American-Turkish Council, Sikh Human Rights Group, Initiative for Peace and Cooperation in the Middle East, Human Rights Watch / Women’s Rights Project, Irish and British Pakistanis, Roma National Congress, Transvaal Rural Action Committee (TRAC), Media Mindanao News Service, disappeared in Brazil, Freedom of Expression Institute, Human Rights Watch / Americas, Zimrights, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Older Women’s Network, Government of Canada, Conference Mondiale sur les Droits de l’Homme, Arab Bulletin for Human Rights, PKK, World Summit for Social Development, Harvard Law School Library, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Women Living Under Muslim Laws, African Rights, International Institute for Human Rights, United Nations Publications, Peru Peace Network, “International Alert: a non-governmental alliance for the resolution of conflicts within countries”

134

News releases, reports, folders, testimonies, correspondence 1965-66, 1978-92, 1994-97, 1999-2000 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: El Salvador, USA, United Kingdom, Norway, Canada, Colombia, Rwanda, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Cuba, Netherlands, Peru Mediums / types include: News releases, reports, correspondence with materials, testimonies, statements, illustrated reports, data tables, tables, affidavits, emailed articles, debate notes, facsimile documents, job announcements, correspondence, conference programs, address notes, memoranda, campaign plans, Q&A series, communications, information packages, press releases, folders, petitions, case overviews, bulletins, bound collections of documents, collected materials, posters, faxes, scanned articles, profiles, handwritten notes, pamphlets, news stories, directories Societies / major themes include: Comision de Derechos Humanos de El Salvador (CDHES), Congress on Human Rights (November 21-23, 1984), The “La Esperanza” (“HOPE”) Prison, illustrated forms of torture, United States Policy (collected from newspaper articles from Uno Mas Uno, El Dia), United Nations Commission on Human Rights, torture in El Salvador, revenues and expenditures of political prisoners, Contents of folder (“File Docs Canada), Oslo Conference, land mines, The Guardian, Canada House of Commons Debates, APEC, Conference of Non-Governmental Organizations in Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ONGO), Canadian Foundation for the Americas (FOCAL), Amnesty International, Office on Latin America, chronology of events in El Salvador (1993-95), Immigration and Refugee Board, Lawyer to Lawyer Network, Dominican Committee of Human Rights, International League for Human Rights, Haitian refugees in Dominican Republic, Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, Organization of American States, migrant workers in the Dominican Republic, Migration Secretariat (World Council of Churches), Haitian workers in the Dominican Republic, Immigration and Refugee Board Documentation Centre, Centre on Housing Rights and Eviction, “Austerity Policies in Ecuador,” LASA meeting, Contents of folder (“Bench Marks: Raising Expectations for Corporate Performance”), Laurie S. Wiseberg, Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, massacre of Las Hojas, National Association of Indigenous Salvadorans, Non-Governmental Human Rights Commission of El Salvador, CDHES, “Homage to the Lawyer Marianella Garcia Villas on the 19th Anniversary of El Salvador Human Rights Commission CDHS 1978-1988,” XII Asamblea General CODEHUCA, Comision Por la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos del Ecuador, Comite por la Defensa de los Derechos Democraticos de los Trabajadores y el Pueblo, Organization y Movilizacion Popular por una Sociedad Sin Explotacion ni Opresion, Frente Ecuatoriano de Defensa de los Derechos Humanos (FEDHU), Comision por la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos (CDDH), South and Meso American Indian Information Center (SAIIC), oil development in Ecuadorian Amazon, “Cuba Press Clips 1995-1996” (3 parts), Contents of folder (“AI El Salvador 1985”), Amnesty International, Contents of folder (“AI El Salvador 1980-1981”), “Correspondence Exchanged Between Amnesty International and the Government of the United States of America in Relation to Military Assistance to the Government of El Salvador,” Contents of folder (“AI El Salvador 1982-1984”), Central America Special Action (CASA), El Centro de Estudios e Investigaciones de la Mujer Ecuatoriana (CEIME), Defensoria del Pueblo, Centro de Educacion Popular, Centro de Derechos Economicos y Sociales (CDES), Servicio Paz y Justicia SERPAJ-Ecuador, Human Rights Internet

135

Reports, news releases, news reports, petitions, pamphlets 1978, 1980-1995, 1997-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Peru, USA, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand, Burma (Myanmar), Switzerland, China, Tibet, India, United Kingdom, Taiwan (/ "Republic of China"), Hong Kong, Canada, Asia, Nicaragua, Cambodia, Tajikistan, Guatemala, Guyana, Libya, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Europe, Maghreb, Latin America Mediums / types include: Reports, news releases, emailed reports, printed reports, press releases, correspondence, interviews, petitions, order forms, appeals, pamphlets, programs, articles, thank you notes, summaries, emails, draft agendas, registration forms, scanned articles, briefs, letters to members, Q&A reports, fliers, correction alerts, poster chronologies, collected materials, essays, briefings, editorials, alerts, statements, unidentified photos, chronologies, scanned publications Societies / major themes include: Contents of folder (“Peru -0 Government Document on HR. Hugo Blanco, Xavier Diaz. Comseco, Miguel Echaudia. Came out of the HR element of the 1978 Constituent Assembly (ended July 1979)”), News From the US Committee for Refugees, Tamil Centre for Human Rights, BBC News, Tamils Coordinating Committee, Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Sri Lanka, Hague Appeal 1999 for Peace in Sri Lanka, Commission for Truths and Justice of the May 1992 Event in Thailand (JUSMET), Coordinating Group for Religion in Society, International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU), Asian Tourism Action Network (ANTENNA Southeast Asia), Jesuit Refugee Service Asia Pacific, United States Committee for Refugees, Student Federation of Thailand (SFT), Movement for Democracy and Civil Society (MODEM), Khmer Rouge, Chandrika Kumaratunga, Consulate General of Sri Lanka Switzerland, hot-line Asia, Spirit in Education Movement, Law Association for Asia and the Pacific (LAWASIA), Tibetan Rights Petition, Suppression of a People: Accounts of Torture and Imprisonment, Human Rights Task Force, International Federation of Tamils, “An Appeal to the Hague Appeal for Peace,” Movement for a New Society, “NVDAG’s Budget Proposals for 1995-1996,” Neelan Tiruchelvam Commemoration Programme (January 30 – February 1, 2000 Colombo, Sri Lanka), Tiruchelvam Associates, Death of Neelan Thiruchelvam MP, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), International Centre Against Censorship, International Centre for Ethnic Studies, Neelan Tiruchelvam Commemoration Programme, UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), refugees to Sri Lanka, Lawyers for Human Rights and Development, child soldiers of Tamil Tigers, Human Rights Internet, Tamil Refugee International Network, Centre for Women’s Research Sri Lanka, LAWASIA, hot-line Asia, bomb attacks on churches in Sri Lanka, “Human Rights, The Rule of Law and the Situation in Sri Lanka,” women in Sri Lanka, Immigration and Refugee Board, Movement for Inter-Racial Justice and Equality (MIRJE), “An Observation Report on the Attack on Gonagala, Borapola and Bendirekka Villages and Recommendations for Ensuring Security of Civilian Population,” Border Villages’ Coordinating Committee for Peace and Right to Life, News from Asia Watch, Tamil Centre for Human Rights (TCHR UK), International Federation of Tamils, Human Rights for Tamil, Immigration and Refugee Board, “Sri Lanka: Chronology of Events February 1988-1992, Lawyer to Lawyer Network, “Tamil Tiger Terrorists” (LTTE), SPUR, “Study Mission to Vavuniya, Vanni, Mullaitivu and Jaffna,” Towards Spiritual Unity through Religions, Lanka Jathika Sarvodaya Shramadana Inc., Tamil Centre for Human Rights (TCHR), Human Rights Internet, Tibet Information Network (TIN), TIN, martial law in Tibet, immigration in Tibet, “Events in Tibet, 1997: A Brief Chronology,” Death of Taiwanese Carnegie-Melon professor (Wen-Chen Chen), The Chinese Association for Human Rights, “Human Rights Index in Taiwan, ROC for 1993,” “The Social Origins of the Taiwan Democratic Movement,” Taiwan Communique, International Committee for Human Rights in Taiwan, journalists killed in Taiwan, censorship and secret police in Taiwan, TIN, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Dalai Lama, Amnesty International Reports, elections in Taiwan, “The Clean Election Coalition: Fighting for a Pollution-Free Election in ’89,” Chinese Association for Human Rights, “Human Rights Index in Taiwan, ROC for 1992,” international pen writers in prison committee, Index on Censorship, Amnesty International reports, death penalty and executions in Taiwan, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office Canada (TECO), Canadian Trade Office in Taipei (CTOT), Asian Cultural Forum on Development (ACFOD), TIN, Union for Civil Liberty, Working Committee for Constitutional Change and Democracy, Union for Civil Liberty Thailand (UCL), Coalition for Peace and Reconciliation, INS Resource Information Center, US Department of Justice, Inter-Church Committee on Human Rights in Latin America, Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, Amnesty International Reports, Contents of folder (“AI Nicaragua”), Amnesty International Urgent Action, torture in Nicaragua, Commission de l’immigration et du statut de refugie, “Report on the Nicaraguan Indian Peace Initiative: A Search for Indian Rights Within the Arias Peace Plan,” Indian Law Resource Center, National Indian Youth Council Inc., United Nations Working Group on Indigenous Populations, Asociacion Nicaraguense Pro-Derechos Humanos (ANPDH), Hurricane Mitch, On The Record (OTR), “civil society’s response to Mitch,” LASA meeting (Boston 1986), “Massacre of Ashaninka Indians,” LASA, Tripoli Agreement, racism and xenophobia in the EU, landmines, Human Rights Internet, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Amnesty International, “The European Convention for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment,” Organization for Mine clearance and Afghan Rehabilitation (OMAR), Forum on Constitutional Reform, Guyana Human Rights Association, HRI, Touch That Dial: The Impact of the Media on Children & The Family, “L’Islam Dans l’Agenda des Droits de l’Homme: Une Anaalyse de la Presse du Maghreb Central,” MediasPouvoirs, “Latin American Human Rights Research 1980-1989: A Guide to Sources and a Bibliography”

136

Reports, pamphlets, folders, emails, news releases 1977-78, 1980-87, 1989-92, 1994-97, 2000 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Peru, Paraguay, USA, Costa Rica, Panama, Nicaragua Mediums / types include: Reports, calendar posters, chronologies, pamphlets, correspondence, folders and contents, business cards, emails with profiles, country profiles, correspondence and materials, emails (reports, notes), scanned publications, report drafts, scanned chapters, communications, legal documents, circulars, news releases, handwritten notes, fliers, order forms, affidavits, scanned reports, Q&A series, collected documents, executive summaries, photographs, book release notifications, memoranda, folders' contents (fact sheets, information packets, reports), information packets, bulletins, statements, press releases, questionnaires Societies / major themes: Los Pueblos Jovenes, Comision Episcopal de Accion Social: Equipo de Trabajo, La Red, Area de Educacion del Instituto de Defensa Legal, Comite de Defensa de los Derechos Humanos del Cusco (Programa Radial “Defensa”), Comision Episcopal de Accion Social, Human Rights Internet, “El Derecho a la Via y a la Integridad Fisica de las Personas,” Centro de Asesoria Laboral (CEDAL), Comision Nacional de Derechos Humanos (CONADEH), Estado Movimiento Popular y Derechos Humanos en el Peru, “Hacia el Estado Contrainsurgente,” Asociacion Pro-Derechos Humanos (APRODEH), Department of Justice, “Human Rights and Political Developments Through December 1994,” Asociacion Pro Derechos Humanos Francisco Soberon Garrido, CODEHUCA, Survival International Review Summer 1981 (“Survival Action Information Indians”) (in 2 parts), “Paraguay Kurzinformation,” Movimiento Popular Colorado (MOPOCO), political prisoners in Paraguay, “Paraguay Watch,” “‘The Human Rights Price of “Pax Stroessniana”: A Report to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights Pursuant to E.C.O.S.O.C. Resolution 1503,” Lawyers Committee for International Human Rights, “El Papel Politico de los Militares en el Paraguay (1870-1978),” Federal Reporter 2d Series, Federation Internationale des Droits de l’Homme, “Documento del Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo Solamente para uso Oficial,” International League for Human Rights, Second Commission of Enquiry of the International League for Human Rights, “Violations of the Human Rights of the Toba-Maskoy People by the Paraguayan Government,” Survival for Tribal Peoples, Survival International Charitable Trust, Noticias Complementarias, Freedom Housek, Organization of American States, COPODEHUPA, “Panama Canal Zone: Occupied Territory,” SERPAJ, Fellowship of Reconciliation (Task Force on Latin America and the Caribbean), Human Rights Internet, South Asia Partnership, COPODEHUPA, The Apex Press, Asociacion Nicaraguense Pro Derechos Humanos (ANPDH), “Nicaragua’s Indians: Comments for the Members of the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD),” International League for Human Rights, Immigration and Refugee Board Documentation Centre, Human Rights Working Papers, International League for Human Rights, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, “Discussion and Analysis of the Americas Watch Report, ‘Human Rights in Nicaragua, 1985-1986,” National Commission for the Protection and Promotion of Human Rights, Puebla Institute, Maryknoll, international lending institutions’ impact on poor areas, World Council of Indigenous Peoples, “Interim Report of the World Council of Indigenous Peoples’ Commission on the Re-Unification of the Miskitu Family,” Freedom House, Immigration and Refugee Board Documentation Centre, Sandinistas in election, Nicaraguan Jews, Anti-Defamation League, American Friends Service Committee, Nicaragua trade embargo, US public view of Nicaragua, “Nicaragua: Chronology of Events January 1995 – December 1996,” Contents of folder (“Japan”), Laurie S. Wiseberg, Comite de Apoyo a los Observadores Internacionales, Centro Nicaraguense de Derechos Humanos (CENIDH), Washington Office on Latin America, US Department of State, Readers International, Miskito Indians, Contents of folder (“Nicaragua’s Elections …a step towards democracy?”), Contents of folder (“Miskitu in Nicaragua Indigenous World”), Comision Permanente de Derechos Humanos de Nicaragua, Comision Permanente de Derechos Humanos de Nicaragua (CPDH), Jose Esteban Gonzalez, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Inter-Church Committee on Human Rights in Latin America, Nicaragua National Election Survey, Hemisphere Initiatives, Contents of folder (“The New Nicaragua: The Role of the Church, Option for the Poor”), National Network in Solidarity with the Nicaraguan People

137

Motivational fliers, reports, news releases, brochures, posters 1979-81, 1983, 1985-2002 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Sri Lanka, Tibet, Thailand, China, Uzbekistan, Central Asia, Canada, India, Commonwealth of Independent States, Mexico, Vietnam, Australia, Bangladesh Mediums / types include: Motivational fliers, fliers, brochures, reports, notes to subscribers, emailed reports, news releases, scanned bulletins, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, order forms, news releases, posters, scanned articles, correspondence, emailed reports, scanned newspaper articles, Q&A reports, information sheets, letters to subscribers, country profiles, issue papers Societies / major themes include: Nonviolent Direct Action Group (NVDAG), Chavakachcheri, Movement for a New Society, budget proposals,Satyodaya and Voice bulletins, NVDAG, University of Teachers for Human Rights (UTHR), war in the Amparai District, bombings in Jaffna, “Housing Rights Violations in Occupied Tibet,” Village Children Sponsorship Programme, Nonviolent Direct Action Group, Movement for a New Society, Neelan Tiruchelvam, International Campaign for Tibet, Dalai Lama, Gandhi, Cultural Survival, NVDAG’s tree planting campaign, NVDAG budget proposal, New Society Publishing Center, Islam Karimov, Commonwealth of Independent States, Uzbekistani presidential election, Tajik Civil War, Uzbek Cotton Affair, US Department of Justice, “The New Russian Diaspora: Minority Protection in the Soviet Successor States,” Human Rights Update Tibet, Ngawang Choephel, Tibetan monks and nuns, Karze monks, Panchen Lama reincarnation issue, Tibetan prisoners of conscience, Panchen Lama, demonstrations in occupied Tibet, Department of Information and International Relations, curfews in Tibetan monasteries, Tibetan communist party, corruption in Tibet Autonomous Region, Canada Tibet Committee, environmental destruction of Tibet, Tibetan Youth Congress, guide to leaders of Tibet, Merciless Repression: Human Rights in Tibet, News from the US Committee for Refugees, United Nations Economic and Social Council, 47th Session of the Commission on Human Rights, Dalai Lama, mass arrests in rural Tibet, Assembly of Tibetan People’s Deputies, Index on Censorship, Tibetan Rights Mailing List, Phuntsog Nyidron, forefront: A Global Network of Grassroots Human Rights Advocates, News K.G. Saur, Parliamentary Human Rights Group, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Save Tibet, Campaign for Tibet, Amnesty International news release, Casa Tibet Mexico, Tibet Information Network (TIN), Asia Watch, political prisoners in Tibet, International Campaign for Tibet, deportations of Tibetans, International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs, Vedda Case at the UN Working Group on Indigenous Populations, Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy, Internet Harvard Law School, “The Vietnamese Tradition in Human Rights” (unpublished manuscript and abbreviated version),“The 1980 Constitution of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam Power Sharing and Rights Restrictions,” rape of Tibet’s nuns, Tibetan women, Canada Tibet Committee, NVDAG, Tibetan Bulletin, International League for Human Rights, Puebla Institute, PEN Canada, freedom of expression in Vietnam, Nguyen Dan Que, religious freedom in Vietnam, Australian Buddhists, The United Vietnamese Buddhist Congregation of Australia – New Zealand, Vietnam Veterans Restoration Project, Vietnam Helsinki Committee, “Sri Lanka: Repatriation,” Immigration and Refugee Board Documentation Centre, “Sri Lanka: The Sinhalese and the Tamils,” The Ministry of State Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka Foundation Institute, High Commissioner for Sri Lanka, “The Indian Origin People of Sri Lanka"

138

Newspaper clippings, reports, fliers, correspondence, brochures 1971, 1974-75, 1977-89 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: El Salvador, Nicaragua, Guatemala, USA, Central America, Honduras, Panama

Mediums / types include: Newspaper clippings, reports, fliers, correspondence, news releases, profiles of organizations, opening statements, prepared statements, pamphlets, order forms, updates, questionnaires, circulars, pastoral letters, scanned newspaper articles, press releases, correspondence with materials, open letters, communications, scanned publications, lists of detainees, bibliographies, posters, brochures, press clips, advertisement fliers, schedules of events, appeals, declarations, supplements, alerts, organization lists

Societies / major themes include: Contents of folder (“Newsclips / El Salvador”), Contents of folder (“United Nations Commission for Human Rights on El Salvador”), United Nations Economic and Social Council, contents of folder (“Unidad Nacional de Trabajadores Salvadorenos (UNTS)”), contents of folder (“Tutela Legal”), Contents of folder (“Socorro Juridico Cristiano El Salvador”), Laurie S. Wiseberg, contents of folder (“Secretaria de Promocion y Proteccion de los Derechos Humanos del FMLN El Salvador”), contents of folder (“Salvadorean-American Human Rights Committee (SAHRCO)”), contents of folder (“Salvadoreans for Peace and Justice in Central America”), Contents of folder (“Salvadoran Humanitarian Aid, Research and Education Foundation (SHARE) USA”), Human Rights Internet, Share Foundation, contents of folder (“UNHCR / El Salvador Refugees”), United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), contents of folder (“Un CHR Special Rapporteur’s Report on El Salvador – 1986 (Ridruejo, P.)”), Contents of folder (“Congressional Record Newsclips and Statements”), Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere Affairs, Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Organizations, “from the office of Senator Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts,” contents of folder (“Conferencia Episcopal de El Salvador (CEDES)”), contents of folder (“Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES)”), Congressional Action Program (CAP), “No Vietnam War in Central America,” National Neighborhood Protest Campaign, Contents of folder (“El Salvador Committee for Human Rights (United Kingdom),” Salvadoran refugee camps, contents of folder (“Dissent Papers on El Salvador”), Contents of folder (“El Salvador Media Project USA”), contents of folder (“Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador”), Reagan Administration, Labor Committee on El Salvador, People-to-People Aid to Build the New El Salvador, CISPES, Campaign for Peace and Justice in Central America, Contents of folder (“Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES)”), International Campaign to Free Salvadoran Refugees Abducted and Imprisoned in Guatemala and Honduras,” contents of folder (“El Rescate Human Rights Department USA”), Contents of folder (“Religious Task Force on El Salvador”), contents of folder (“El Rescate (Project of the Southern California Ecumenical Council)”), Contents of folder (“Comite Permanente de los Derechos Humanos para la Ensenanza Universitaria – Panama”), contents of folder (“Comision de Derechos Humanos de la Provincia de Chiriqui (Panama)”), Laurie S. Wiseberg, contents of folder (“Centro de Investigacion de los Derechos Humanos y Socorro Juridico de Panama Panama”), Human Rights Internet, contents of folder (“Centro de Estudios y Accion Social Panama”), Contents of folder (“Comision Nacional de Derechos Humanos de Panama (CONADEHUPA)”), CODEHUCA, contents of folder (“Centro de Capacitacion Social (PANAMA)”), contents of folder (“Asociacion de Medicos, Odontologos y Profesionales Afines de la Caja de Seguro Social – AMOACSS (PANAMA) – dec 1988”), Laurie S. Wiseberg, Contents of folder (“Comision Medica Negociadora Nacional COMENENAL – Panama”), contents of folder (“Comite de Solidaridad con la lucha del Pueblo Guaymi Panama”), contents of folder (“Comite Panameno por los Derechos Humanos Panama”), “Fear, Fury and Frustration Panama,” contents of folder (“Bibliographies – Panama”), Contents of folder (“Newsclips Panama”), contents of folder (“National Civic Crusade for Panama USA”), Laurie S. Wiseberg, contents of folder (“Coordinadora Popular de Derechos Humanos de Panama (COPODEHUPA) Panama”), HRI, Contents of folder (“Panama Canal”), “NACLA Report on the Americas,” Woman’s National Democratic Club, Department of State, Contents of folder (“DC Nicaraguan Coalition”), Carter Administration, Solidarity Week, contents of folder (“COSEP – Superior Board of Private Enterprise”), “Rice and Beans: ‘Gallo Pinto’, Basic Meal of Nicaraguans,” contents of folder (“Congressional Record Newsclips and Statements on Nicaragua”), US Congress, Congressional Record, Contents of folder (“Humanitarian Aid for Nicaragua (HAND)”), HRI, Humanitarian Aid for Nicaraguan Democracy, Cruzada nacional de Alfabetizacion, contents of folder (“Evangelical Committee for Development Assistance (CEPAD) Nicaragua”), contents of folder (“European Cooperative Longo Mai Nicaragua”), Contents of folder (“MISURASATA Nicaragua  see YATAMA”), Declaration of Indigenous Leaders, Puerto Cabezas, contents of folder (“January 22 Movement of Political Prisoners”), Latin America Dispatch, Contents of folder (“National Network in Solidarity with the Nicaraguan People (now Nic. Network)”), Central American Historical Institute, National Voter Registration Groups, women in Nicaragua, Food First Action Network

139

Correspondence, programs, reports, conference papers, abstracts 1978-79, 1981-89 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: USA, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Finland, England, Sri Lanka, Canada, Cambodia, Switzerland, France, Mexico, Norway, Barbados, Nigeria, New Zealand, Argentina, Africa, Lesotho, Botswana, Senegal, Swaziland, Costa Rica, Israel

Mediums / types include: Correspondence, invitations, proposals, lists of participants, programs, conference declaration posters, evaluations, reports, conference papers, scanned articles, bibliographic reports, conferenec pamphlets, memoranda, pamphlets, press releases, fliers, compilations of abstracts, panelist profiles, addenda, agendas, articles, correspondence with documents, discussion papers, lists of papers, handwritten notes, postcards, brochures, travel programs, handwritten notes & correspondence, briefings, newspaper clippings, statements, folders, summary reports, handwritten notes, introductory notes, scanned notes, lists of speakers, information notes, rules and guidelines, opening addresses, scanned bibliographies, envelopes with conference materials, workshop documents, bibliographies, workshop papers, lists of countries, conference programs, lists of organizations, lists of members, lists of presented papers, speeches, index cards with handwritten notes, business cards, mailgrams, contact lists, fliers, news releases, addresses, circulars, bound reports, schedules of events, reports (abstract forms)

Societies / major themes include: Contents of folder (“Conf. / Famine in Ethiopia – May 88”), Laurie S. Wiseberg, Center for International Affairs Harvard University, “Conference on Famine in Ethiopia and the International Response, Emergency Relief, or a Strategy of Development?,” “A Cry From South Africa: Free the Children From Apartheid,” “International Conference on Children, Repression and the law in Apartheid South Africa, Boston Human Rights Commission, apartheid and child abuse, “Experiences in Setting Up a Human Rights Documentation Center,” Laurie S. Wiseberg, The Second National Conference Women-Church: Claiming Our Power, The Second International Conference on Health Law and Ethics, Human Rights in South and Southeast Asia, Conference on Crisis in Sri Lanka, ICOPA, International Conference on Penal Abolition, Contents of folder (“Jack Tobin Boston College Law School 1987”), “Holocaust and Human Rights Law: The Second International Conference,” Cambodia Documentation Commission, Conference on Teaching About International Organizations from a Legal and Policy Perspective, Ford Foundation, Contents of folder (“Torture Colloquium + Follow up June 1983”), Contents of folder (“I.S.A. ^ April 83”), Laurie S. Wiseberg, International Studies Association 24th Annual Convention Mexico City April 5-9 1983, HRI, Contents of folder (folder 9), Reagan Administration, the Democracy Initiative, HRI, the Democracy Program, folder of folder 8’s contents (“Department of State – Special Briefing / Bureau of Public Affairs Office of Public Programs”), Contents of folder (“W. Virginia FACDIS Mar 17019 1982”), International Conference on Human Rights Education in Rural Environments – Nov. 26-29 1985, UNITAR seminar, Norwegian Human Rights Project, The Norwegian Experience, United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, International Conference on Human Rights Education in Rural Environment (Nov. 26-29, 1985), UNESCO, 25th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association March 27 – April 1 1984, International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, “Human Rights in Latin America 1964 – 1980,” International Seminar on Torture in Latin America, Workshop on Human Rights Documentation in Africa (Maseru: 24 – 28 August, 1987), African human Rights Bibliographic Project, “The Role of the Church in Monitoring and Documenting Human Rights Violations,” “List of Countries Which Have Signed, Ratified or Adhered to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights,” Workshop on Human Rights Documentation in Africa (Maseru: 24 – 28 August, 1987), HRI, Institute of Southern African Studies, King Moshoeshce II, Contents of folder (“African Seminar on Law and Human Rights in Development Gaborone, Botswana, May 1982”) (2 of 2), The Dakar Seminar on Development and Human Rights, Contents of folder (“First World Congress Costa Rica. 6-12 Dec 82”), The Tico Times, United Nations Latin American Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, Western Union, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Human Rights Internet, Conference on Free Elections (November 4-6, 1982 Washington DC), Ronald Reagan, White House Office of the Press Secretary, “Remarks of the President and President Monge of Costa Rica at Luncheon with Participants in Conference on Free Elections,” “Promotion of Free Elections in Potentially Democratic Countries,” Contents of folder (“CONF: Oct. 7-9, 1982 Human Rights Conference Bowling Green State Univ.”), “Julius Rosenthal Foundation Lectures for Spring 1982,” “The American Red Cross – Washington College of Law Conference on International humanitarian law March 11 & 12, 1982 Program Schedule,” Contents of folder (“CONF: Intl Conference on the Holocaust and Genocide, Tel-Aviv, Israel June 1982”), Contents of folder (“June 19-20, 1982 ‘Trade Union Unity Against the Multinationals’ Labor Resource Center”), Contents of folder (“CONF: Intl Conference on Alliance with natural law, Maharishi Intl Univ, College of Natural law, Washington DC July 1, 1982”)

140

Appendices, reports, correspondence, statements, lists of participants / organizations 1978-84, 1986-97 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Haiti, USA, Bulgaria, Soviet Union, Yugoslavia, Romania, South Africa, Canada, Korea, Italy

Mediums / types include: Appendices, correspondence, testimonies, reports, statements, lists of participants, bound reports, profiles, articles, fliers, report drafts, agendas, forms, scanned articles, folders, bound guides (drafts), invitations, activities reports, petitions, government documents, memoranda, news releases, brochures, briefs, correspondence with materials, folders with contents, conference materials, minutes, meeting materials, faxes, emails, discussion papers

Societies / major themes include: Contents of folder (“International Human Rights Law Group (Haitian Report) June 1979”), Haitians in Miami, International Human Rights Law Group, Laurie S. Wiseberg, HRI, Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Organizations, Vlado Gotovac, Procedural Aspects of International Law Institute, Most Favored Nation trading status for Romania, Working Seminar on UNESCO Human Rights Procedures, “The 1984 UN Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities: Review and Prognosis,” NGOs, US Legislation Relating Human Rights to US Foreign Policy, discrimination and protection of minorities, “UNCESCO form for communications concerning human rights to be submitted to UNESCO,” Human Rights Quarterly, Carter Administration and the Southern Cone, “The Riot and Deaths at Archambault Penitentiary, Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines, Canada, on July 25, 1982,” Contents of folder (“International Human Rights Law Group Working Seminar on UNESCO Human Rights Procedures September 12, 1984 Washington, DC”), UNESCO, “United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization,” “Guide to International Human Rights Practice edited for International Human Rights Law Group by Hurst Hannum,” Second Annual Human Rights Law Awards Dinner, International Human Rights Law Group, International Legal Studies Program (Washington College of Law – The American University), United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, “US Legislation Relating Human Rights to US Foreign Policy,” Senate Foreign Relations Committee, National Council of the Churches of Christ, Contents of folder (“The International Human Rights Law Group of The Procedural Aspects of International Law Institute Presents US Ratification of the Human Rights Treaties: With or Without Reservations Thursday, January 18, 1979 Dirksen Senate Office Building Washington, DC”), Contents of binder (3 of 3), HRI, “Board Meeting of the HRI April 21-22, 1986,” “United Nations and NGOs at a Critical Juncture Reviewing Arrangements for Consultative Relations”

141

Collected correspondence, reports, handwritten notes, discussion papers, faxes 1977-86, 1988, 1991-97 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: USA, Canada, Somalia, Africa, Eritrea, Poland, El Salvador, Belgium, Israel, England, The Gambia, Kenya, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Haiti, Switzerland, Vietnam, South Africa, Latin America, Thailand, Australia, Burkina Faso

Mediums / types include: Correspondence, collected correspondence, correspondence and information packets, agendas, reports, handwritten notes, summaries, notepads, scanned articles, press releases, minutes, talk notes, discussion papers, pamphlets, lists of publications, business cards, grant applications, indexes, CVs, faxes, exchange rates, domain status updates, seminar papers, membership forms, background papers, memoranda, statements and addresses, scanned reports, invitations, lists of organizations, receipts, handwritten correspondence, letters to editors, programs, newspaper articles, correspondence with materials, issues papers, surveys, letters of intent, proposals, emails, subscription forms, evaluation forms, lists of titles, presentations, lists of resource centers, lists of RSVPs, scanned newspaper articles, budgets, press releases, maps, biographic notes, registration forms, profiles, lists of memberships, brochures, organization profiles, budgetary reports

Societies / major themes include: Human Rights Internet (relocation, change of president, correspondence with foreign diplomats, requests for information on Somali women, queries on mailing lists, gender persecution in Somalia, subscription / subscriber / press service information), Laurie S. Wiseberg, East Africa Regional Human Rights Workshop and Seminar, Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, Contents of folder (“Colombia Univ”), information on organization and size of Human Rights Internet collection, contents of folder (“ISA Paper on Theory: Notes”), the corporate state, contents of folder (“H.R. Dialogue”), contents of folder (“Center for Development Policy”), Mark Cohen, “Considerations for the Development of a CD-ROM Project on Human Rights,” International Labour Office, Laurie S. Wiseberg, “International Studies Research Publications,” Canada House of Commons, contents of folder (“Leonard Ngabo – Lutaaya”), National Sea Products Limited, Canadian Council on International Law, International Jewish Peace Union, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Network on International Human Rights, CV of Muhammed B. Fofana, Canadian International Development Agency, Human Rights Watch / Women’s Rights Project, contents of folder (“Judith’s Notes”), contents of folder (“Hookup Communications”), “Public Interest Law in Kenya Some Views From the Region,” National Association of Democratic Lawyers (NADL), Nigerian Armed Forces, International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA), Family Law Centre Project of the Anambra State of Nigeria Branch, “Memorandum to the LDF International Public Interest Law Symposium,” Laurie S. Wiseberg, “The Siege of Mirebalais, 18th Ordinary Session of the African Commision on Human and Peoples’ Rights, Contents of folder (“Phoenix”), Phoenix Systems Synectics Inc., contents of folder (“Inley Systems Int’l Ltd.”), contents of folder (“Aboriginal Law Centre”), End Child Prostitution in Asian Tourism, Center for Justice and International Law, Amnesty International USA, Human Rights Tribune, Holocaust and War Victims Tracing and Information Centre, Al Gore, Contents of folder (“Children Crisis”), establishment of a Canadian Resource and Information Network on Children’s Rights, Survey of NGOs with Information on the Rights of the Child , “Practical Issues in Establishing a Database System on the Rights of the Child,” UNICEF, Contents of folder (“UN Representative”), HRI, contents of folder (“CD-ROM & commander”), Publications List of the International League for Human Rights, National Coalition for the Homeless, Gender Perspectives for HABITAT II on a CD-ROM, Current Contents CD-ROM Version, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, evaluation of CD-ROM plan (French), UNHCR Centre for Documentation on Refugees, Contents of folder (“Vietnam”), contents of folder (“South Africa 1994”), “Strengthening University Human Rights Teaching, Research, Documentation and Outreach in South Africa,” Contents of folder (“Assistance Technique Proposition 1993”), “Proposal to support a Program of Technical Assistance for Institution-Building in Transitional Situations, emphasizing new and emerging human rights organizations with particular attention to their needs in the areas of information, documentation and education,” contents of folder (“ACDI Centre d’information sur 6 developpement international”), IDIC Express, International Development Information Centre (IDIC), Contents of folder (“Latin American Correspondence 83-84”), Latin American Perspectives, Contents of folder (“Press Freedom Prop – 1980”), “a proposal for a ‘Legislators/Press’ seminar in Nigeria,” Ford Foundation, contents of folder (“Promo Material 1980), Harry Scoble, contents of folder (“LSW: Lecture U of T. Feb ‘84”), “International Visitors Program September 6-26, 1982,” Contents of folder (“V-US US – U.S. Sub-Committee HUMAN RIGHTS”), “The fate of the Human Rights Subcommittee of the House Foreign Affairs Committee,” Washington Office on Latin America, The Baltimore Sun, contents of folder (“Lawyers WG 1978”), contents of folder (“Reprint Series 1979”), Bay Area Council on Soviet Jewry, Contents of folder (“Advisory Committee on Publications 1980”), Prisoner of Conscience Week October 11-18 1982, Ford Foundation, contents of folder (“General Notes”), contents of folder (“Teaching Material”), Contents of folder (“1983”), “Analysis of Need and Recommendations for Automation Support for Data Base Creation and Management, and for Publication Production,” “Harvard Forms Association with Human Rights Organization,” Center for Study of Foreign Affairs, contents of folder (“Asia-Pacific Center for HR”), Bangkok Workshop 20-22 November 1997, Contents of folder (“UIDH”), Union Interafricaine des Droits de l’Homme / Interafrican Union for Human Rights (UIDH), contents of folder (“Proulx, Georges”), Georges Proulx, contents of folder (“HRI ORG”), Human Rights Resources Project, Human Rights Internet membership,  The Hunt Alternatives Fund, contents of folder (“Old Correspondence with Board”), HRI, contents of folder (“ERYTHREE 1993”), Eastern Africa Regional Human Rights Workshop and Seminar, contents of folder (“African Commission”)

142

Memoranda, reports, testimonies, conference materials, seminar materials 1981-85, 1992-93 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa, Philippines, Chile, British Columbia, Namibia, USA

Mediums / types include: Prefaces, tables of contents, memoranda, annual reports, press advisories, briefing papers, testimonies, reports, statements, conference materials, programs, talking points, speeches, seminar materials, background papers, memos, collected materials, conference materials with papers

Societies / major themes include: Volume VI & VIIof “Southern Africa Project of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law (South Africa), “Lessons from Namibian Transition,” “Reincorporation of TBVC States,” “Reincorporation of the Homelands into South Africa,” “Campaign Financing of National Elections in Foreign Countries,” “Survey of Constitution-making Procedures and the Process of Transition to Democracy,” “Election Laws – Comparative Analysis of Nine Countries,” 17th Referendum, “Conference on Constitutional Options for a New South Africa: The Right to Legal Representation October 30-31, 1992,” “Structuring a System for Private Lawyer Representation of Indigent Defendants in Criminal Cases,” rights of legal counsel, Whitney North Seymour Awards Reception, Southern Africa Project 25th Anniversary, “Conference on Constitutional Options for a New South Africa: Ensuring Gender Equality May 7-9, 1993,” South African women, gender equality in South Africa, “Background Material for Participants in Seminar on Electoral Justice sponsored by The South African Council of Churches, The Southern African Catholic Bishops Conference, The World Conference on Religion and Peace and the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law May 1993," Volume I of “Southern Africa Project” (Namibia), Committee for a Free Namibia v. South West Africa Peoples Organization, United States of America ex rel U.S. Namibia (South West Africa) Trade & Cultural Council, Inc. v SWAPO and the Theo-Ben Gurirab, Committee for a Free Namibia v. South West Africa Peoples Organization, “Reorganizing Apartheid,” Namibian detainees, Committee for a Free Namibia v. South West Africa Peoples Organization, “Study of Feasibility of Enforcement in United States Courts of United Nations Decree No. 1 on Namibia,” “Decree No. 1 For the Protection of the Natural Resources of Namibia,” Committee for a Free Namibia v. South West Africa Peoples Organization, “Testimony before the Subcommittee on Africa of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the U.S. House of Representatives February 21, 1985,” “Conference papers: Seminar on the Legal Aspects of Apartheid, July 607, 1985”

143

Reports, briefing papers, testimonies, interviews, conference materials 1986-94 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places: South Africa, Namibia, Africa, USA, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Angola, Kenya, Bophuthatswana

Mediums / types: Prefaces, reports, testimonies, annual reports, news reports, briefing papers, memoranda, schedules of meetings, memoranda, exit statements, press releases, letters, press reports, interviews, scanned newspaper articles, updates, minutes, conference materials, itineraries, maps, compilations of newsclippings, lists

Societies / major themes: Volumes II & III of “Southern Africa Project” (Namibia), ), “Testimony on Namibia before The Fourth Committee of the General Assembly of the United Nations,” “Report on Human Rights in Occupied Namibia (Unfinished Draft),” This Week in Namibia, Security Council Resolution 435, executions of SWAPO combatants, Namibian elections, Koevoet Role in SWAPOL, Commission on Independence for Namibia, United Nations, “Post Election Interviews With Namibian Citizens November 1989,” “Letters to Members of the Constituent Assembly of Namibia regarding provisions in the draft constitution," Volume VIII of “Southern Africa Project of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law (South Africa), “‘Key Points and Projections’ on Health and Welfare, Housing and Urbanisation, Business, Employment and Education in South Africa,” electoral codes, “Conference on Constitutional Options for a New South Africa: Ensuring Government Accountability, Accessibility and Transparency – Material for Participants,” FOI act, “Briefing Book on South Africa: Prepared for lawyers’ Committee Election Observer Delegation to Bophuthatswana,” Amnesty International, “Briefing Book for Foreign NGO Election Observer Teams”

144

Articles, correspondence, news releases, pamphlets, posters 1971, 1977, 1979-90 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Guatemala, El Salvador, USA, Costa Rica, Barbados, Ukrainian SSR, Nicaragua, Spain, Central America

Mediums / types include: Memoranda, scanned correspondence, scanned handwritten press notes, scanned newspaper clippings, scanned articles, news updates, scanned reports, business cards, correspondence, handwritten notes, information circulars, pamphlets, proclamations, scanned articles, reports, press releases, memos, order forms, information bulletins, news releases, fliers, circulars, photographs, invitation circulars, political maps, communications, briefing papers, agendas, addresses, political cartoons, letters to members, fliers, scanned newspaper articles, communiques, posters, letters to editors, pamphlets, invitations, testimonies, catalogs, brochures, country profiles, collected documents, scanned government documents, manifestos, policy reports, background studies, newspaper clippings, manifestos with collected documents, statements, telegrams, internal documents (reports), bound reports, collected press documents, discussion papers

Societies / major themes include: Contents of folder (“Guatemala General”), National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild Inc., Contents of folder (“El Salvador (Material for Lawyers)”), Amnesty International Report 1986, killing of Salvadoran civilians, Instituto de Derechos Humanos (IDHUCA), National Labor Committee in Support of Democracy and Human Rights in El Salvador, Lawyers Committee for International Human Rights, The Miami Herald, Contents of folder (“El Salvador General”) (1 of 2), National Coordinator for Repopulation (CNR), Solidarity Publications, El Salvador: Women in Revolution, Salvadoran refugees, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), murder of an ICRC employee in El Salvador, Reagan policy in Central America, El Salvador’s “peasant war,” violations of academic freedom in El Salvador, The Nation, Contents of folder (“El Salvador General”) (2 of 2), Washington Area Non Jewish Agenda, Campaign for the Freedom of FMLN Leader Claudio Rabindranath Armijo, “Stop Military Aid to El Salvador,” photographs of torture victims in El Salvador, CODICES, IDHUCA, : Contents of folder (“Costa Rica General”), American Friends Service Committee, Laurie S. Wiseberg, UN Economic and Social Council, Contents of folder (“Comite de Solidaridad Farabundo USA”), Comite de Solidaridad ‘Farabundo Marti,’ Human Rights International, Movimiento Cristianos por la Justicia (MCJ), Contents of folder (“Guatemala General”), Guatemalan Episcopal Conference, LUNAFIL case, Organisation Mondiale Contre la Torture (World Organization Against Torture) (OMCT SOS-TORTURE), National Congress of American Indians, Rios Montt, Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal, Declaration of d’Iximche, Declaration of the Indian People of Guatemala, peasants of El Peten, Contents of folder (“Guatemala General”), Guatemala teach-in, “Dollars & Dictators,” International Association of Democratic Lawyers, International Love Lift, Bitter Fruit, “Tourists risk death in Guatemala,” Contents of folder (“Guatemala General: Govt. Papers”) (2 of 2), Contents of folder (“Asociacion de Estudiantes Universitarios (AER) Guatemala”), “60 anos de Lucha Junto Al Pueblo,” Contents of folder (“United States Department of State on El Salvador”), US Department of State Bureau of Public Affairs, Gist, “Certification of Progress in El Salvador,” International Security and Development Act, Contents of folder (“Guatemala General”), New York Times, disappeared peoples in Guatemala, “Statement of the Honorable Michael D. Barnes on the Air War and Political Developments in El Salvador,” Guatemalan ambassador’s correspondence, Mayan Crafts Inc., North American Regional Organization, Coca-Cola bottling plant in Guatemala, strike of Coca-Cola workers in Guatemala, United Nations, Contents of folder (“Guatemala”), “Notes and Comments from NISGUA Working Trip to Guatemala,” Contents of folder (“El Salvador General”), Marin Interfaith Task Force on Central America, Central America Report, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Commission for Church in Society, Comite de Despepidos y Desempleados de El Salvador (CODYDES), International League for Human Rights, Contents of folder (“El Salvador General”) (2 of 2), Contents of folder (“El Salvador General”), US Committee for Refugees, “Aiding the Desplazados of El Salvador,” Human Rights Internet, Romney Wright, Communications: El Salvador, Salvadoran Medical Relief Fund, 1984 elections in El Salvador, Institute for Policy Studies, Casa El Salvador Farabundo Marti, Archbishop Romero, attacks on Salvadoran civilian population

145

Reports, pamphlets, fliers, news releases, correspondence 1979-92, 1994-96 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: USA El Salvador, Central America, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, Mexico, Costa Rica, Cuba, Grenada, Philippines, Canada, Eritrea, Sudan, Guinea, Zimbabwe, Africa, France, Wales, Ghana, Spain, Belize, Venezuela, Latin America

Mediums / types include: Catalogs, order forms, newspaper clippings, fliers, resource lists, pamphlets, scanned publications, announcements, policy reports, reports, symposium transcripts, news releases, cover memos, action guides, order forms, news paper clippings, letters to members, handwritten notes, correspondence, scanned bibliographies, information reports, update forms, special report newsletters, annual reports, handwritten correspondence, participants guides, scanned reports, press releases, posters, introduction and documents, scanned newspaper clips, publication catalogs, scanned order forms, fliers, address statements, political cartoons, evaluation reports, emails, telecopies, handwritten notes, facsimiles, catalogs of resources, lists of databases, background information pamphlets, corresopndence with project descriptions, activity reports, letters to subscribers, business cards, communications, report fragments, questionnaires, lists of organizations, publication lists, calls for papers, circulars, event advertisements, lists of supplies, scanned bulletins, circular notes, participant lists, programs, handwritten memos, telefaxes, news release fact sheets, bibliographies

Societies / major themes include: Contents of folder (“Central America General”) (1 of 2), MEP Publications, Voices of Experience in Central America: Former Peace Corps Volunteers’ Insights into a Troubled Region, November 12th Coalition, Refugee Abstracts, Dialogo Continental por la Paz en Centro America (Continental Dialogue for Peace in Central America), President Reagan policy paper (“Strategic Importance of El Salvador and Central America”), Political Asylum Project, “a delegation from Swedish churches after a visit to Nicaragua and El Salvador,” National Congress of American Indians, Solidarity Publications, Food First, Central America Solidarity Networks, Contents of folder (“Central America General”) (2 of 2), Campaign for Peace with Justice in Central America, “Cover Memo for Organizer’s Packet,” Central America and the Nuclear Arms Race, Washington Office on Latin America, November 12th March, National Action / Research on the Military Industrial Complex (NARMIC), Central America Monitoring Group, Marin Interfaith Task Force on Central America, Citizens for Participation in Political Action (CPPAX), Contents of folder (“Asociacion Centroamericana de Familiares de Detenidos-Dessaparecidos #1295”), Asociacion Centroamericana de Familiares de Detenidos Desaparecidos (ACAFADE), Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Database (update forms), Contents of folder (“Christian Urgent Action Network for Emergency Support (USA) for El Salv.”), Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Database (update forms), CUANES, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Contents of folder (“Asociacion Salvadorena Pro-Derechos Humanos (ASPRODEH)”), Human Rights Internet, Amnesty International Urgent Action reports, Contents of folder (“Association de Solidarite Avec le Nicaragua et El Salvador, Contents of folder (“EL SALVADOR. Centro de Asistencia Legal para la Mujer Salvadorena (CALMUS)”), HRI, “Hacia la Libertad, con la Integracion de la Mujer, IMU, Contents of folder (“Boston Committee for Health Rights in Central America / Mental Health COMM”), Mental Health Committee, November 16th death squad murder of Salvadoran Jesuits, Oscar Romero, Contents of folder (“Central America General”), Liberation Theology, “Congress Violates Central America Peace Agreement,” HRI, Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Database (update forms), “A1 Coordination Group for El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua,” Project Independence, “Reagan-Bush Policy in Central America Protested at US Airbase in Honduras and US Embassies in Guatemala and Honduras,” A Special Series in the Times, Techo Inter-American Center, Student Central America Network (SCAN), Contents of folder (“Central America General”) (1 of 2), “Religious Leaders Seminar on Central America, Washington DC,” Central America Week, Arms Control and Foreign Policy Caucus, Sojourers, Students for Peace in Central America, National Committee for Peace in Central America, Contents of folder (“Central America General”) (2 of 2), Secretariado Cristiano de Solidaridad, Central America Update, “US Central American Policy at a Crossroads,” US Department of State Bureau of Public Affairs, Washington Office on Latin America, “Central America and the Polls,” Refugee Policy Group, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Contemporary Marxism: Revolution and Intervention in Central America, Marazul Tours, “Study Tour Programs to Cuba, Grenada, Nicaragua 1983-84,” Task Force Detainees of the Philippines, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, “Notes for an Address by the Honourable Lloyd Axworthy Minister of Foreign Affairs at the Closing Session of the International Strategy Conference Towards a Global Ban on Anti-Personnel Mines,” Africa Report, “In the Name of Islam,” GERDDES-Guinee, Legal Resources Foundation – Zimbabwe, College de l’Outaouais, Africa Information Afrique (AIA), Contents of folder (“ENDA), Enda Tiers Monde, Human Rights Internet, Association quebecoise des organisms de cooperation internationale (AQOCI), contents of folder (“Resources Documentation infants Bibliog., be.de. donmees, etc.”), Laurie S. Wiseberg, “Selected data bases on childhood, family and community issues,” “Convention on the Rights of the Child: A Catalogue of Resources Part 1,” Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children, allegations of child abuse in South Glamorgan, Contents of folder (“Reseaux – CISTI”), contents of folder (“Reseaux – IRIN”), Contents of folder (“Decade of Human Rights Education (Ghana)”), Contents of folder (“Asociacion Pro Derechos Humanos on El Salvador (Spain)”), Tribunal Espanol por los Derechos Humanos en El Salvador, APH, Contents of folder (“Boston Area Network on Central America (BANCA)”), contents of folder (“Agencia de Noticias del Istmo, SA – Centro de Documentacion y Archivo”), Contents of folder (“Religious Task Force on Central America”), Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Database (update forms), HRI, Like Grains of Wheat, contents of folder (“Comision de Derechos Humanos de El Salvador (CDHES) Non-Governmental”), “Report from the Statistics Department of the Human Rights Commission of El Salvador (Non-Governmental) from July to December 1985,” Amnesty International Urgent Action, Contents of folder (“CENTRAL AMERICA. Social Justice Committee of Montreal (SJC).”), Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Database (update forms), contents of folder (“Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES)”), Laurie S. Wiseberg, National Referendum to End the War in Central America, contents of folder (“DC CISPES USA”), “In Solidarity,” Contents of folder (“Human Rights Commission of Belize”), HRI, Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Database (update forms), contents of folder (“Comite Cristiano de Solidaridad Monsenor Romero”), Oscar Romero, contents of folder (“Asociacion General de Estudiantes Universitarios Salvadorenos”), , Contents of folder (“Asociacion Guatemalteca Para los Derechos Humanos”), “Los Refugiados Guatemaltecos en Chiapas”), contents of folder (“Asociacion de Periodistas Democraticas de Guatemala “Marco Ant. Cacao Munoz””), APDG, contents of folder (“Newsclips Belize”), Contents of folder (“United States – El Salvador Conference 1986”), “In Search of Peace: A U.S. – EL Salvador Conference” (November 22-23), contents of folder (“Comite Cristiano Pro-Desplazados de El Salvador (CRIPDES), contents of folder (“COMAFAC – El Salvador Comite de Madres y Familiares Cristiano de Presos, Desaparecidos y Asesinados”), Contents of folder (“Red Venezolana de Educacion para la Paz y los Derechos Humanos”), Laurie S. Wiseberg, contents of folder (“Union Evangelica Pentecostal Venezolana”), contents of folder (“Vielman Joya Cestar Testimony”), Contents of folder (“Caribbean / Central American Action (C/CAA)”), CPPAX, contents of folder (“Boston Committee for Health Rights in Central America (BCHRCA)”), contents of folder (“Central America Research Institute (CARIN)”), HRI, contents of folder (“EL SALVADOR Centre for Cooperation With EL SALVADOR”), Contents of folder (“Central America Resource Center (USA)”), Refugee Legal Support Service of the Central America Resource Center, Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Database (update forms), Contents of folder (“Accion Ecumenica”), HRI, Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Database (update forms), contents of folder (“Newsclips Venezuela”), contents of folder (“Venezuela General”), 16 anos de Caleb, Asociacion Venezolana de Ciencia Politica, Contents of folder (“Committee for Health Rights in El Salvador (USA)”), contents of folder (“Centro de Estudios de Pastoral y Asistencia Migratoria (CEPAM) Ven.”), Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Database (update forms), contents of folder (“Asociacion Civil “Pro Humanos” Venezuela”), contents of folder (“Amnistia Internacional Seccion Venezolana”), Contents of folder (“BELIZE Women Against Violence Movement.”), contents of folder (“Frente Continental de Mujeres Capitulo Venezuela”), Red Venezolana de Educacion Para la Paz y Los Derechos Humanos, contents of folder (“Comite Luto Activo Venezuela”), contents of folder (“Comite Evangelico Venezolano por la Justicia (CEVEJ)”), Contents of folder (“El Salvador (Bibliographic and Film Resources”), Central America Information Office (CAMINO), Communications with El Salvador (Commu-Sal), contents of folder (“Valley Religious Task Force on Central America”), Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Database (update forms), contents of folder (“Tucson Ecumenical Council Task Force for Central America”), contents of folder (“Washington Center for Central American Studies”), Contents of folder (“Comision para la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos en Centroamerica #1330”), CODEHUCA, X Asamblea General de CODEHUCA, IX Asamblea General de CODEHUCA 9-13 Junio 1987, Contents of folder (“CODEHUCA – Urgent Actions”), Contents of folder (“Central America Update (Canada) (see shelf) LAWG - #1591”), Nicaragua Update, contents of folder (“Central American Labor Defense Network (CALDN) USA”), Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Database (update forms), contents of folder (“Central American Refugee Center (CARECEN) USA”), deportation of Salvadoran refugees, contents of folder (“Centro Presente (National Documentation Newsletter, Contents of folder (“Chicago Religious Task Force on Central America (CRTFCA)”), Revolution Books, Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Database (update forms), contents of folder (“Christian Task Force on Central America (Canada)”), Christian Task Force on Central America, contents of folder (“Centro Al Servicio de la Accion Popular (CESAP) Venezuela”), Contents of folder (“Comite de Refugiados Centroamericanos USA”), CRECEN, contents of folder (“Central America Solidarity Association (CASA)”), CASA Campaign History, International Women’s Day, WHUR, “US Correspondent missing in El Salvador,” contents of folder (“Central America Resource Center Minnesota”), Contents of folder (“Central America Education Fund (USA)”), Central America Report, contents of folder (“Center for Development Policy (USA) HR…”), Contadora Report, contents of folder (“Central America Information Center”), contents of folder (“Central America Information Office (CAMINO) USA #1632”)

146

Pamphlets, contents of folders, reports, memoranda, news releases 1977-92, 1995, 1997, 2000-01 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Uruguay, Brazil, USA, Ecuador, Mexico, Canada, Peru, Argentina, Venezuela, Denmark, South America, Costa Rica, Austria, UK, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Turkey, Uganda, Northern Ireland

Mediums / types include: Pamphlets, reports, bulletins, open letters, receipt forms, memoranda, communication briefs, letters to members, fliers, scanned newspaper clippings, news releases, press releases, statements, newspaper clippings, scanned periodicals, memos, postcards, appeals, invitations, press conference programs, declataions, lists of members, unsigned form letters, letter to president, clippings from publications, press communications, urgent communications, lists of prisoners, extracts, seminar programs, information packets, handwritten notes, open letters, lists of rules, circulars to members, donation forms, invitations, membership forms, scanned newspaper clippings, information reports, printed correspondences, scanned publications, background papers, chronologies of events, advertisements, interviews, election results, bulletins, conference reports, letters to members, evaluations, ledgers, correspondence, fliers with illustrations, surveys, faxes, typed notes, handwritten notes, proposals, scanned correspondence, organizational directory update forms, petitions, statements of purpose, seminar descriptions, brochures, testimonies, open letters, inserts, indexes, pamphlets, directory tables, manuals, collected documents, information bulletins, lists of participants, calendars, reports from conferences, programs, registration brochures

Societies / major themes include: Contents of folder [CoF] (“Comite de Familiares de Presos Politicos Uruguayos / Uruguay”), FPPU, Adolfo Wassen, Washington Rodriguez Beletti, torture in Uruguay, Victor Manuel Lisandro, family detentions, CoF (“Comite de Solidaridad con Uruguay (COSUR) Mexico”), forms for receipt of COSUR bulletins, CoF (“Comite Pro-Referendum (Uruguay)”), New York Committee Pro-Referendum in Uruguay, Ley de Caducidad, Uruguayan Pro Referendum Commission Toronto, CoF (“Grupo de Convergencia Democratica en Uruguay (defunct)”) (CDU), Juan Raul Ferreira, the international free labor movement, The Democratic Convergence of Uruguay commemorated in Mexico, Uruguay’s constitutional referendum (30 Nov. 1980), founding declaration of the CDU, “The President’s reply to the remarks of the newly appointed ambassador of the Oriental Republic of Uruguay Jorge Pacheco Areco upon the occasion of the presentation of his letter of credence,” members of Uruguay working group, CoF (“Committee for Human Rights in Uruguay / England”), Uruguayan refugees, CoF (“Congressional Record Newsclips and Statements on Uruguay”), letter to Jimmy Carter, Uruguayan dictatorial regimes, members of US Congress, “Congressional Record – Senate,” CoF (“Grupo Uruguayo de Informacion USA”) (GUI), Noticias del Uruguay News, CoF (“Secretariat International des Juristes pour l’Amnistie en Uruguay (SIJAU) France”), Don Gregorio Alvarez, list of women in prison, extracts from the declaration of Uruguayan sailor Paulo Laborde Baffico, seminar on “la politique d’institutionnalisation de l’etat d’exception et son refus par le people Uruguayan,” CoF (“Coordinadora Nacional de Derechos Humanos (CONADEHU)”), Carta de Principios de la CONADEHU, “reglamento organico de la CONADEHU,” CoF (“Frente Amplio del Uruguay”), CoF (“Uruguay. Instituto de Estudios Legales y Scoioles del Uruguay”) (IELSUR), Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Databases forms (for IELSUR), CoF (“Press clippings on Arrest of Argentinians in Peru (1980)”), Miraflores, protests against kidnapping, identification of Argentine kidnappers, El Diario, CoF (“Uruguay General – I”), Centro de Informacion Investigacion y Documentacion del Uruguay (CIIDU), SERPAJ, Centro de Investigaciones y Promocion Franciscano y Ecologico (CIPFE), Institute for Social and Legal Studies in Uruguay, Busqueda, background on Uruguay elections, Uruguayan prisons, “Veron Croki’s Prison in Uruguay,” torture in Uruguayan prisons, International Meeting of Solidarity with the Uruguayan Woman in her Struggle against the Fascism, General Seregni, 66th Inter-Parliamentary Conference 13-21 September 1979 Caracas Venezuela, UN Press Release, The Nation, CoF (“Uruguay General – II”), Movimiento de Liberacion Nacional (Tupamaros), Father Bob Ogle, Prairie Messenger, New York Academy of Sciences Special Report, International Committee of the Red Cross, Institute for Policy Studies, Third World Women’s Project, “Report on a Mission to Uruguay,” Handicrafts Groups of Uruguay, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Equipo Multidisciplinario de Acompanamiento a Cooperativa (EMAC), Washington Office on Latin America, International League for Human Rights, CoF (“Agrupacion de Familiares de Uruguayos Desaparecidos (AFUDE)”), Declaracion de AFUDE, Uruguay’s disappeared citizens, Informe sobre la mission de AFUDE, Diario El Nacional (Caracas), Uruguayan Mothers of the Disappeared in Argentina, Elena Quinteros, CoF (“Anti-Defamation League of B’Nai Brith”), Anti-Semitism in Uruguay, CoF (“Pressur – Agencia de Noticias Uruguaya Italy / USA”), Uruguay News Agency, CoF (“Instituto de Defensa Legal – IDL Escuela de DDHH – “La Red”), survey (encuesta for Instituto de Defensa Legal), CoF (“Chipoco Carlos”), Human Rights Internet, Carlos Chipoco, CoF (“Madres de uruguayos Detenidos Desapareciedos en Argentina (Uruguay)”), Semana Latinoamericana del Detenido-Desaparecido, CoF (“Notes on Uruguay”), CoF (“Madres y Familiares de Procesados por la Justicia Militar (Uruguay)”), Los Familiares de Uruguayos Desaparecidos en Uruguay, Argentina Y Paraguay,” Servicio Paz y Justicia, CoF (“Uruguay Komiteen Denmark”), CoF (“Servicio Paz y Justicia – Uruguay”), SERPAJ offices in South American countries, Luis Perez Aguirre, CoF (“Madres y Familiares de Detenidos – Desaparecidos (Uruguay)”), “El pueblo exige a la commission investigadora parlamentaria,” CoF (“Federacion Agraria del Departamento de Ayacucho”), CoF (“DC Peru Group”), Eco-Andes, HRI, Educational Campaign on Peru, CoF (“Consejo Indio de sud America (CISA) Lima, Peru”), CoF (“BRECHA – Uruguay”), CoF (“Asociacion Social y Cultural de Exstudiantes de la Ensenaza Publica”) (ASCEEP), CoF (“Newsclips Uruguay”), CoF (“Peru Support Group USA”), HRI, various correspondence regarding Peru Support Group and HRI, CoF (“Peru Watch (USA)”), “an open letter from U.S. prisoners in Peru,” Peru Watch, Abuse of Peruvian prisoners, accounts of American prisoners in Peru, CoF (“Centro de Investigacion y Promocion Franciscano y Ecologico (CIPFE)”), HRI, CoF (“Centro de Estudios Legales y Sociales (CELS) Uruguay”), intensification of repression in Uruguay, CoF (“Campaign to Free Hiber Conteris USA”), “Campaign to free Hiber Conteris and all political prisoners,” Sample Letter to US Government officials, CoF (“Comision Nacional Pro-Referendum”), CoF (“Comision Costaricenese de Solidaridad don los Presos Politicos en Uruguay”), political prisoners in Uruguay, CoF (“Instituto Peruano de Educacion en Derechos Humanos y la Paz (IPEDEHP)”), HRI, Consejo de Educacion de Adultos de America Latina (CEAAL), CoF (“Peru Solidarity (1979-82) / see Ecumenical Comm. On the Andes / LA”), The Situation of Human Rights in Peru, Javier Diez Canseco, Peru Update, CoF (“Movimiento Indio Tupac Amaru (MITA) / Peru”), Comunidad Feminina Micaela Bastidas, Indian movement in Peru, CoF (“Teachers’ Strike (1979) Peru”), CoF (“PERU Peru Peace Network”), monthly updates to PPN members, CoF (“Organizacion Amaro Runa Peru”), HRI, CoF (“Oficina de DD HH de las Poblaciones Indigenas de la Asociacion Civil Tea”), Asociacion Civil Tea Promocion y Fomento a la Cultura National, indigenous population in Peru, CoF (“Movimiento Manuela Ramos”), Laurie Wiseberg, CoF (“Vicaria de Solidaridad: Prelatura de Sicuani”), HRI, CoF (“Servicio Paz y Justicia – Peru”), survey on SERPAJ, CoF (“Peru Campaign for Life and Peace USA”), CoF (“Listado de 139 Instituciones a las que se les envoi la en cuesta”), Canadian International Development Agency, “Management of Overseas Personnel: Manual for the Executing Agency. Volume 1, management of technical cooperation personnel series third edition” (in English and French), (all contents of single binder), “International Meeting of Chairholders of UNESCO Chairs on Human Rights, Democracy, Peace and Tolerance. EPU, Stadtschlaining / Austria, 22 – 25 April 1998,” CoF (“Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade: Human Security (Canada)”) (folder included), Citizenship and Immigration Canada, appointments to immigration and refugee board, “United Kingdom: Child Soldiers at Risk,” Youth Action, Amnesty International, torture of refugees, “Peace is Every Child’s Right: A Plan of Action,” Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Canadian Peacebuilding Coordinating Committee, 2001 calendar of peacebuilding & human security events, The Human Security Program, Elimination and Terror: International Conference on Political Killings and ‘Disappearances’ (organized by Amnesty International, 4-6 September 1992, The Netherlands), Shining Path, “The Third Biennial Conference on the Fate of the Earth, June 4-8, 1986, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada,” CIDA’s Support for Human Rights and Democratization 1996/97, Secrets of Power Marketing, Civicus: 2001 World Assembly (World Alliance for Citizen Participation), “National Conference & Showcase of the Canadian Society of Association Executives,” The North-South Institute Annual Report, The International Conference & Training on Public Participation

147

Reports, correspondence, editorials, information bulletins, polls 1974, 1978-89, 1993 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Uruguay, Canada, Peru, USA, Latin America, Switzerland, El Salvador, Central America, Wales, Guatemala, England, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Mexico

Mediums / types include: Correspondence, editorials, testimonies, news releases, reports, press releases, situation reoprts, scanned articles, bulletins, update forms, polls, pamphlets, circulars, newspaper clippings, handwritten notes, folder with contents, notes, typed documents, label stickers and lists of groups, information bulletins, directories, brochures, investigation notes, chronicles, briefings, sales catalogs, donation forms, envelopes, scanned publications, newsletters, interviews, lists of publications, memoranda, policy reports, congressional records (fragments), handbooks

Societies / major themes include: Contents of folder (“Comision Paz y Bien Uruguay”), contents of folder (“Comite de Defensa de los Derechos Humanos en Uruguay / Canada”), “Uruguayan Parliament Granted Impunity for Tortureres,” prison testimony (“Epidemic of Torture”), “Station ‘P,’” contents of folder (“Accion Para la Liberacion de la Mujer Peruana (ALIMUPER)”), “Action for the Liberation of the Peruvian Woman,” Contents of folder (“Asamblea Permanente de Defensa de los Derechos Humanos (APDDH)”), contents of folder (“PERU. Asociacion Labonn Para el Desarrollo.”), HRI, Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Database (update forms), contents of folder (“Asociacion Peru Mujer”), contents of folder (“Newsclips Peru”), “ANFASEP Peru – Informe Al IX Congreso de FEDEFAM Nov. 1989,” contents of folder (“PERU”), contents of folder (“Peru – Various ORGS.”), Centro Peruano de Estudios Sociales (CEPES), Contents of folder (“Association Suisse-Perou Pour La Defense des Droits de l’Homme”), contents of folder (“Peru General – I”), Amnesty International, fear of disappearance in Peru, military government in Peru, “Population Policy Compendium,” Washington Office on Latin America, Contents of folder (“Asociacion Pro Derechos Humanos (APRODEH) Peru”), Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Database (update forms), contents of folder (“Ayachucho Killings – Investigation”), contents of folder (“Centro Amazonico de Antropologica y Aplicacion Practica (CAAAP) / Peru”), contents of folder (“Centro de Asesoria Laboral (CEDAL) Peru”), Contents of folder (“Centro de Asesoria Legal (CEAL) Peru”), Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Database (update forms), contents of folder (“Centro de Estudios y Accion para la Paz – CEAPAZ”), Laurie S. Wiseberg, contents of folder (“Centro de Estudios de Derecho y Aociedad (CEDYS), contents of folder (“Centro de Estudios Teologicos de la Amazonia (Peru)”), Contents of folder (unlabeled), DESCO Report 1976-1978, Centro de Estudios y Promocion del Desarrollo, Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Database (update forms), contents of folder (“Centro de Investicacion y Promocion Amazonica (CIPA) / Peru”), contents of folder (“Centro de Estudios y Publicaciones Peru”), Contents of folder (“Centro Peruano de Estudios Sociales (CEPES)”), Comision Nacional de Derechos Humanos (CONADEH), contents of folder (“Comision de Derechos humanos del Senado de la Republica de Peru”), Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Database (update forms),contents of folder (“Comision Episcopal de Accion Social (CEAS) / Peru”), Contents of folder (“Comision de Derechos Humanos (COMISEDH), contents of folder (“Comision y Sub-Comision de Derechos Humanos – Camara de Diputados / Peru”), HRI, Contents of folder (“Comite de Defensa de los Derechos Humanos – Cusco (CODEH-CUSCO)”), UN, Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Database (update forms), The Arequipa Declaration, contents of folder (“El Salvador and Guatemala Committees for Human Rights (UK), CAHRC AGM – Cardiff, Salvadoran refugees in Honduras, Salvadoran women, contents of folder (“Environmental Project on Central America (EPOCA) USA”), Contents of folder (“Faculty for Human Rights in El Salvador and Central America (FACHRES)”), call to reopen the National University in El Salvador, contents of folder (“Inforpress Centroamericana Guatemala”), The Central America Report, Contents of folder (“Instituto Historico Centroamericano Nicaragua & USA”), Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Database (update forms), hunger fast of Father D’Escoto, Central American Historical Institute, Contra kidnapping in Costa Rica, challenges of Sandinista leadership, White House Office of the Press Secretary, Instituto Historico Centroamericano (IHCA), The Pope’s visit to Nicaragua, “problems” with the church in Nicaragua, contents of folder (“Coordinadora Regional de Pueblos Indios (CORPI) Costa Rica”), contents of folder (“Congressional Record Newsclips and Statements on Central America”), Congress of the United States, Baltimore Council on Foreign Affairs, Contents of folder (“Death Squad Data / Central America”), contents of folder (“Ecumenical Committee of US Citizens in Mexico (db #1260)”), “US Ecumenical Group in Mexico Deplores Aid to El Salvador Junta, False Reporting in US Press,” Contents of folder (“Bay Area Committee for Health Rights in Central America (CHRICA) USA #1643”), Human Rights Internet Organizational Directories and Database (update forms), “Contra forces target civilian medical work in Northern Nicaragua,” US Medical Task Force Investigation, HRI, Third US Public Health Commission to El Salvador, “Health and the War Against Nicaragua 1981-1984”

148

Correspondence, memoranda, progress reports, job evaluation guides, handwritten correspondence 1988-90, 1993-96 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Canada, Nepal, Greece, USA, Somalia, Haiti, China, Africa

Mediums / types include: Correspondence, memoranda, report drafts, agendas with minutes, printed websites, info packets, position descriptions, budgets, appendixes, faxes, CVs, progress reports, project reports, job rating sheets, job evaluation guides, lists of participants, summaries, handwritten correspondence, contact lists, form letters, questionnaires, proposals, essay drafts, applications with thesis proposals, grade reoprts, examiner evaluations, staff reports, draft agendas, draft employee policies, minutes, reports, outlines, membership figures, handwritten agendas, drafts of minutes, unbound volumes, checklists, strategy reports, evaluative reports, exercise documents (for companies), position descriptions, marketing plans, minutes, scanned articles, lists of equipment, handwritten notes, status reports, report drafts, invoices, by laws, job evaluation forms, notes, schedules, lists, work plans, telegrams, project workplans, addendums, draft workplans, annexes to lists of participants

Societies / major themes include: Contents of Folder / CoF (“Confidential”), Human Rights Internet Board, Laurie S. Wiseberg, HRI salaries / pensions (“executive director contract”), HRI executive committee meetings, HRI finance committee, Canada’s SchoolNet, Children’s Rights Information System: International Strategy (CRISIS), HRI, Vision Team Meeting, “Authority and Responsibilities of the Executive Director,” IRB Coordinator, Valerie L. Oosterveld, University of Toronto (Faculty of Law), Child Rights Watch Nepal (CRWN), NGO Retreat in Crete (5-10 June), Human Rights Program (HRP, Harvard Law School), Laurie S. Wiseberg, status of invitations to participants, lists of invited participants, HRI, addresses of participants, proposal for discussion-retreat among nongovernmental human rights organizations, CoF (“Osman Haji…”), University of Ottawa, “Why the Humanitarian Intervention of the United Nations Failed in Somalia,” Laurie Wiseberg, “The Collapse of the Somali State: Is Restoration Possible?,” HRI, Operations Unit (Ottawa), HRI, HRI board meeting, HRI executive committee meeting, Vision Team Meeting Minutes, “Restructuring of Core Activities DRAFT,” DMS Consulting, Internship committee, Documentation Centre Annual Membership, International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development, “Restructuring of Core Activities,” “Teaching Human Rights” (compiled by Laurie S. Wiseberg), resources for instruction on international human rights, : “A Checklist of maximizing broad and staff effectiveness,” HRI, HRI board of directors, Laurie Wiseberg, “New Vision for Human Rights Internet,” HRI finance committee, Finance and Services Manager, Microfiche Coordinator, Laurie Wiseberg, minutes of HRI board meeting (May 24-25 1995), : Contents of binder (1 of 2; 4 tabs: IRB, CIDA, CRISIS, ?…sales), International Refugee Board, HRI, University of Ottawa (Contracts and Technology), “Principles on the Basis of Which we Would Discuss the Possibility of Moving the Human Rights Documentation Collection to the law Library,” Contents of binder (2 of 2; 4 tabs: Support Letters, ?, ?, Moving), HRI, Marcel Hamelin, letters from human rights organizations in support of the HRI, Inter-Church Committee on Human Rights in Latin America, relocation of HRI from Ottawa, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Physicians for Human Rights, Canadian Council of Churches, Amnesty International, University of Toronto, “Dr. Laurie Wiseberg – Henderson chairholder among top world experts in human rights," Contents of binder (“HRI / U of O / Divorce Papers”) (1 of 5), Laurie Wiseberg, HRI, relations between HRI and University of Ottawa, U of O’s impediment of HRI projects, draft of arbitration and severance clauses, Contents of binder (2 of 5), HRI, HRI legal status, Caroline Engelmann Gottheil (barristers and solicitors), University of Ottawa, disputes among HRI and the Vice-Rector and the Human Rights Research and Education Centre, Marcel Hamelin, forced relocation of HRI from University of Ottawa, letters from human rights organizations in support of the HRI, Contents of binder (3 of 5), HRI, HRI’s forced relocation from University of Ottawa, Marcel Hamelin, Michael Gort, Laurie Wiseberg, Contents of binder (4 of 5), HRI, HRI’s forced relocation from University of Ottawa, Marcel Hamelin, Laurie Wiseberg, payment of HRI employees after severance from U of O, determination of materials belonging to HRI or to U of O, Contents of binder (5 of 5), “Human Rights Internet / Status Report: 1991-1994 / Building on the Relationship with the University of Ottawa / February 1994,” “Human Rights Internet Comprehensive Agreement 1995” (draft), personnel committee report, policy on harassment, HRI, employee policy, CoF (“Transition Committee 1996”),HRI Executive committee draft agenda, : CoF (“Memos”), Laurie Wiseberg, CoF (“Administrative Matters publications Co?), Human Rights Tribune Beijing Supplement, CoF (“Staff / ED – relations 1996”), personnel working group, CoF (“Work Plans 1994”), Georges Proulx, “Lamin’s List of Things,” CoF (“LSW”), Laurie Wiseberg, CoF (“Corrections to be made to UNICEF”), UNICEF, CoF (“Projects Committee 1996”), “Potential Projects in the Pipeline,” Horn of Africa Inception Study, Projects Committee, Beijing Project Overview, CoF (“NGO Crete Retreat”), proposal for seminar of nongovernmental human rights organizations, Human Rights Program (Harvard Law School), CoF (“UN D-B Proposal 1995”), Laurie Wiseberg, CoF (“Diana Smith – Cancellations? 1996”), HRI, DMS Consulting, “Preliminary outline of questions for HRI staff,” CoF (“Personnel Policy LSW”), performance appraisal and salary review

149

Newspaper clippings, press releases, case sheets, correspondence, reports 1978-82 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / place include: Paraguay, Argentina, USA

Mediums / types include: Newspaper clippings, scanned correspondence, scanned newspaper clippings, scanned articles, press releases, case sheets, correspondence, government reports, handwritten notes, handwritten correspondence, scanned articles, scanned documents, reports

Societies / major themes include: Contents of folder (CoF) (“Personajes / Mbarete”), Josef Mengele, Reagan, Somoza, CoF (“Policiales”), ABC Asuncion, CoF (“PRENSA”), “Paraguayan Press,” ABC Color, Alcibiades Gonzalez Delvalle, Amnesty International, Paraguay Watch, Wichita Eagle and Beacon, PEN American Center, CoF (“MEDIDAS FISCALES…?”), “The World’s Best Economies,” Euromoney, CoF (“Obras Publicas Entes Autonomos”), CoF (“Partidos”), CoF (“Indigenas”), Mennonites expropriating indigenous lands, Instituto Nacional del Indigena, Survival International USA, Paraguay Watch, Paraguay’s Indians, Wichita Eagle-Beacon, Washington Post, CoF (“Industriales”), CoF (“Judiciales (gen.)”), CoF (“Leyes Nacionales”), “Codigo de Procedimientos Penales,” “Libro Primero de las Personas – Seccion primera de las personas en general,” CoF (“Iglesia”), CoF (“Energia”), CoF (“Educacion / Salud”), CoF (“Culturales”), CoF (“Creditos”), CoF (“Caaguazo 1980”), “Informe y Reflexiones Sobre el Asalto al Omnibus ‘Rapido Caaguazu’ el 7 de Marzo 1.980 y sus Consecuencias”

150

Newspaper clippings, reports, memoranda, pamphlets, rally advertisements 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Paraguay, El Salvador, Central America, Tibet, Bangladesh, USA

Mediums / types include: Newspaper clippings, news reports, profiles, memoranda, statements, meeting notes, information tables, pamphlets, journal articles, reports, chronologies, letters to subscribers, brochures, review reports, bulletins, lists of groups, scanned newspaper clippings, illustrations, rally advertisements, letters to members, fliers

Societies / major themes include: Contents of Folder / CoF (“Feb. 1983”), ABC Asuncion, CoF (“Jan. 1983”), CoF (“Dec. 1982”), CoF (“Vivienda, Urbanismo”), CoF (“Tierra, Agricultura”), CoF (“Sindicatos (salaries, costo de vida)”), CoF (“Relaciones Internacionales”), CoF (“Relaciones Internacionales”), CoF (“Newsclips Central America”), Socorro Juridico del Arzobispado, Social Justice Commission of the Catholic Archdiocese of San Francisco, Legal Aid Office of El Salvador, Socorro Juridico Cristiano, persecution of the church in El Salvador, Tibet Information Network, the media in Tibet, Leaders in Tibet Update, American Journal of International Law 76.2, Legal Department of the Archdiocese of San Salvador, repression by the National Army of El Salvador, chronology of the persecution of the church, American Jewish Committee, Women Living Under Muslim Laws, Anti-Defamation League, ADL of B’nai B’rith, The Center Magazine, CoF (“Inter-Religious Task force on Central America (USA)”), Central America Week 1990, Central America Week 1984, Special 1983 Review, CoF (“Michigan Interchurch Committee on Central America (MICAH)”), Salvadoran refugees, “Note Cards for Peace and Justice in Central America,” “Stop U.S. Intervention in Central America & The Caribbean” rally in NYC, “A Voice of the Voiceless”

151

Press releases, reports, statements, scanned publications, correspondence 1972, 1974-75, 1978-92 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Belgium, Africa, South Africa, USA, Namibia, Southern Africa, Zimbabwe, Austria, Nicaragua, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Italy, The Netherlands, Honduras, El Salvador, Cuba, Sweden, Afghanistan, Soviet Union, Guatemala, Mexico, The Philippines, Central America, Pakistan, Argentina, Kenya, Rhodesia, Zambia, Costa Rica, Caribbean, West Germany

Mediums / types include: Press releases, handwritten notes, scanned newspaper clippings, reports, faxes, news releases, tables, scanned newspaper articles, alerts, bundled press releases with news documents, circulars, book catalogs, brochures, press statements, statements, tables of contents, scanned publications, collected documents, bibliographies, pamphlets, order forms, background info reports, correspondence, appeals, seminar packets, testimonies, profiles, reoprts with publications, news releases, background informations, scanned government documents, background dossiers, speeches, bulletins, fact sheets, articles, posters, letters to members, newsletters, indexes, organizational directory forms, donation forms, newspaper clippings, open letters, scanned articles

Societies / major themes: EGLISI, Human Rights Internet, South Africa Alert, “US Business still holding back from South Africa,” Washington Post, American Committee on Africa, “Public Investment and South Africa,” The Africa Fund, Unlock Apartheid’s Jaws (A Campaign Initiated by The Africa Fund), Human Rights Commission, detainees’ hunger strike at Diepkloof Prison, packet from The Africa Fund to Southern Africa Solidarity Groups, American Committee on Africa, Public Investment and South Africa, Southern Africa Literature List 1986, “The Krugerrand Connection, Citibank and South Africa, Unlock Apartheid’s Jails, Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace in Zimbabwe, Statement by Ambassador Warren Zimmerman Chairman of the United States Delegation to the Vienna CSCE Follow-Up Meeting, Contents of Folder / CoF (“Sandinista Repression of Indians), Laurie S. Wiseberg, the Miskito, Thesaurus International de la Terminologie Relative aux Refugies. Version Francaise. Publie sous les auspices du Reseau International de Documentation sur les Refugies (5 folders), Eritrean People’s Liberation Front Central Committee, International Foundation of the Rights of Peoples, “Nederlands Internationaal Privaatrecht,” L’Association des Juristes Sahraouis, Institute for Policy Studies Resource, National Union of Cuban Jurists, Joint Commission on the Conviction and Treatment of Prisoners, Tribunal Permanent des Peuples, Tribunal Permanente de los Pueblos Sesion Sobre Guatemala, Testimonio de la Democracia Cristiana Centroamericana, Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal, Bangsamoro People, International Foundation for the Rights and Liberation of Peoples, “Report charges immigration and naturalization service with due process violations against 8,800 Haitians in Miami,” Lawyers Committee for International Human Rights, problems with hazardous exports, “Brief of the International Human Rights Law Group as amicus curiae in Support of Plaintiffs,” Avis Consultatif Sur l’Erythree, Tribunal Permanent des Peuples, NJCM, Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation, Permanent People’s Tribunal, Pule Charkhi Prison, “Arret du 4 Mai 1980 sur l’Argentine,” Solidariteits Lp,otee Argemtomoe Nederland (SKAN), “Background Dossier – PPT Session on the Philippines the Filipino People Versus the US-Marcos Dictatorship,” Statement of the Filipino Workers’ Movement for the Permanent People’s Tribunal, Speech of NDF spokesperson at the session of the Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal on the Philippines, “Woman Testimony,” “Bulletin d’Information et de Liaison de la Ligue International Pour les Droits et la Liberation des Peuples,” “The Forms, Functions and Causes of Political Repression in the Philippines,” Centre Tricontinental, All Africa Conference of Churches (series of press releases), American Committee on Africa NEWS, Jesse Jackson, South African election, ACOA fact sheets (Strike in Namibia, Zimbabwe rejects sellout), Polaroid Corporation, All Africa Conference of Churches, “Refugees and Violation of Human Rights,” “Section III,” “Report on Human Rights Pre-Assembly Consultation 1 – 4 June, 1981,” LUSAKA, “Stop the Judicial Murders of SA Prisoners-of-War!,” International Defense and Aid Fund for Southern Africa (IDAF), Student Anti-Apartheid Newsletter (American Committee on Africa), CoF (“Costa Rica. Instituto Interamericano de Derechos Humanos.”), IIDH, Laurie S. Wiseberg, establishment and initial period of the IIHR, poder legislativo leyes, CoF (“Congressional Record – Newsclips, Statements, Etc. (Costa Rica)”), US Department of State Policy papers, Gist, CoF (“Comite Ecumenico Pro Derechos Humanos (CEPRODHU) Costa Rica”), CoF (“Madre (USA)”), Madre (Women’s Peace Network), CoF (“Marcha por La Paz en Centroamerica Norway”), A Peace March in Central America, CoF (“Labor Committee on El Salvador and Central America (LACES), HRI, CoF (“Costa Rica. NEFTA-Black Woman Ministry”), CoF (“New Yorker Article by Tom Buckley “Letter from El Salvador”), CoF (“New El Salvador Today (NEST) USA”), National Work-A-Day with the People of El Salvador, “The Destruction of Rural Life in El Salvador,” CoF (“Policy Alternatives for the Caribbean + Central America PACCA”), CoF (“Maya International West Germany”)

152

Newsletters, reports, press releases, brochures, programs 1956-57, 1960-61, 1963-64, 1968, 1971, 1973-90, 2000 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Canada, USA, UK, Poland, Switzerland, Israel, Ireland, Latin America, Argentina, El Salvador, South-west Africa, The Philippines, Nicaragua, Czechoslovakia, South Africa, Barbados, Uruguay, Chile, Turkey, Palestine, England, Malta, Germany, USSR

Mediums / types include: Directories, newsletters, summaries, conference posters, contact listings, correspondence, research reports, course posters, circulars, reports, folders with reports, manuals, student handbooks, brochures, fliers, collected correspondence, programs, press releases, indexes of releases, academic articles, internal memoranda, scannews newspaper articles, discussion papers, scanned guides, testimonies, speeches, seminar reports, memoranda, lists of people, emailed reports, indexes, newspaper clippings, briefing papers, letters to colleagues, scanned newspaper sections, order form envelopes, profiles

Societies / major themes include: UNESCO questionnaire (survey of human rights education programs), Canadian Human Rights Foundation, Human Rights Foundation Bulletin (1985, 1987, 1988), Sixth Annual Summer Course on Human Rights (University of Prince Edward Island July 14-26 1985), Ford Foundation offices, Human Rights Internet Reporter, Laurie Wiseberg, surveys of provincial and federal legislation on civil and political human rights, “Third annual summer course on human rights offered by Canadian Human Rights Foundation,” grant writing application, “Human Rights and the Role of Police,” Canadian Human Rights Foundation, “le droit de l’enfant a un developpement harmonieux: realite ou illusion en temps de difficulties economiques?,” “Les droits de l’homme et le role de la police,” Canadian Human Rights Foundation, “This Morning: Human Rights / A video guide for teachers of human rights education for the primary grades,” “La presse et la loi aux etats-unis: pour simplifier la complexite,” Human Rights Newsletter, “Let’s Celebrate! The Universal Declaration of Human Rights student handbook” (English and French editions), “Qu’est-ce que les droits humains? Parlons-en…” (French and English editions), “Symposium on Human Rights, Development and Foreign Policy: Canadian Perspectives (March 28-30 1988),” Canadian Human Rights Foundation, International Cooperative Human Rights Training Programme July 8 – August 4 1990, “Conference sur les droits humains et les media,” Conference on Human Rights and the Workplace,” Saskatchewan Association on Human Rights, Conference sur les droits humains appliques au context de la medicine, Contents of folder (“ICJ Centre for the Independence of Lawyers: Press Releases”) (2 folders), International Commission of Jurists Press releases, press releases on wide variety of topics, List of releases of International Organization for the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, Centre for Independence of Judges and Lawyers (CIJL) press releases, “Re: Harassment and Arrest of Lawyers in Poland,” United Nations Economic and Social Council, International Commission of Jurists, “IRSP man shot in bloody Dublin public house shooting,” Center Focus: News from the Center of Concern issues 20-67, “The Situation of Defense Lawyers in Argentina,” martial law in The Philippines, International Colloquium on how to Combat Torture, Newsletter of the International Commission of Jurists, “Gross Violations of Human Rights: A practical guide for non-governmental organisations wishing to file communications with the United Nations,” American Association for the International Commission of Jurists Inc., Excerpts from testimony of William J. Butler, conference on Legal Protection of the Rights of the Child (Warsaw 16-19 January 1979), seminar on Human Rights and their promotion in the Caribbean (Barbados 8-13 September 1977), “List of Martyrs 2000,” occupation of Palestine, 1979-1980 annual index to justice ministries, Working Papers (Woodstock Theological Center), Carter Administration, Amnesty International, “The Repression Trade” (Amnesty International revised briefing paper January 1981), Amnesty International USA legal support network meeting, The Sunday Times, Museum Haus am Checkpoint Charlie, International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights, Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews, “Communique on development issues,” labor camp workers in USSR

153

Briefs, reports, memos, testimonies, bulletins 1973, 1975-90 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: USA, South Korea, Liberia, Austria, Latvia, West Germany, The Netherlands, Germany, North Europe, USSR, Kosovo, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Afghanistan, Estonia, East Europe, Turkey, Serbia, East Germany, Yugoslavia, Serbia, Europe, Africa, Uganda, Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia, UK, Eastern Europe, Namibia, South Africa, Bolivia, Switzerland, Guatemala, Iran, Mauritania, Western Europe, Italy, India, Spain, West Malaysia, Thailand, Jamaica, Central America, Sweden,The Philippines, France, Latin America, China, Asia, Baltic Nations, Estonia

Mediums / types include: Briefs, appeals, complaints (court documents), reoprts, memoranda, press releases, scanned newspaper articles, corresopndence, newsletters, open letters, reports, letters to subscribers, lists of people, memos, news reports, testimonies, appeals, organization directory forms, correspondence with documents, newsletters, brochures, indexes, questionnaires, prepared statements, scanned articles, handbooks, notes, briefing papers, annotated surveys, bulletins, programs, lists of groups, manuals, guides, declarations, circulars, event advertisements, meeting announcements, statements, addresses, reprinted articles, addenda, statements, lexicons, letters to participants, lecture texts, conference reports, news publications, project folders containing documents, dossiers with documents, business cards, circulars, posteers, letters to readers, scanned newspaper articles

Societies / major themes include: Inter-American Court of Human Rights, International Human Rights Law Group (as amicus curiae), US Court of Appeals, “U.S. Legislation Relating Human Rights to U.S. Foreign Policy,” International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights, Stichting Pariteit, Mensenrechten in de DDR, HRI, Initiative Ost-West-Dialog, Umweltblaetter, nuclear-free zone in north Europe, Readers International, “The Committee for the Protection of Human Rights and Liberties – Prishtina,” persecution of Albanian population in Kosovo, Prishtina Branch of the Yugoslav Helsinki Committee, US State Department, Institute on Socialist Law, Gazeta Wyborcza, Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty, East European Leadership List, UN Economic and Social Council, Women’s International Democratic Federation, Jackson-Vanik Amendment, Laurie Wiseberg, Eesti Komitee, Helsinki Committee, Association for the Study of the Nationalities (USSR and East Europe) Inc., Campaign for Peace and Democracy / East and West, Czechoslovak National Council of America, Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, appeals for free travel between USA and Soviet Union, Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) news releases, Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty, East German emigration, Berlin Wall, Human Rights Internet organizational directories and database update listing form, Federal Conference of Sawpy, HRI, Croatian Fraternal Union, Northern California’s Alliance for Justice in Yugoslavia, Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews (Soviet Jewry Update), Amnesty International International Secretariat, Contents of Folder (CoF) (Amnesty: General), “New information on past urgent appeals,” “Executions reported in at least 40 countries in 1984,” “External documents about African countries published by Amnesty International during the second half of 1984,” HRI questionnaire, Amnesty Action, Council of Europe, lawyers in prison, Amnesty International handbook, note to Laurie S Wiseberg, doctors and torture, “The imprisonment of persons seeking to leave a country or to return to their own country,” religious intolerance, Radio Free Europe Research, Amnesty International bulletin, human rights committee, Amnesty International adoption groups (mostly Canada), Amnesty International Canada Manual for members and groups, Amnesty International Canada letter writing guide, Amnesty International indexes, Press and publications unit, Laurie Wiseberg, Declaration of Conscience and Commitment, South Africa / Namibia Coordination Group, release of Ernst Wilhelm, Mothers of Plaza de Mayo, Amnesty International Legal Support Network meetings, Anti-Slavery Society for the Protection of Human Rights, “Guatemala – Deprivation of Indigenous Peasants’ Land, Livelihood, Liberty and Lives, 1978-1980,” United Nations Economic and Social Council, Iranian child soldiers, United Nations Economic and Social Council, Declaration of Conscience and Commitment, medical work in Amnesty International USA, parliamentarians in prison, child labor, child labor in Italy, Anti-Slavery Society, international decade for women (1975-1985), child labor in West Malaysia, child labor in Spain, Slavery in Mauritania, UN Economic and Social Council, exploitation of child labor, child labor in Jamaica / Thailand, human trafficking, Contemporary Review, “Statement by Amnesty International on the Occasion of the Tenth Regular Session of the General Assembly of the Organization of American States 19-28 November 1980” (and Spanish edition), prisoners of conscience, Amnesty International, parliamentarians in prison, USA’s native Indian population, Amnesty Lexicon (English – Swedish dictionary), Urgent Action Program office (Amnesty International), testimony of A. Whitney Ellsworth and Hurst Hannum before The Subcommittee on Immigration, Citizenship and International Law of the Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives, Amnesty International Canada letter writing guide, AI campus network handbook, text of 1978 Sean MacBride Human Rights lecture delivered by Jose Diokno, Amnesty International Conference for the Abolition of Torture (Paris 10-11 December 1973 – Final Report), “Prisoners of Conscience – an Amnesty International Report,” Human Rights Internet Reporter (September – November 1983, March – June 1984), “IDOC International Documentation Participation Project on ‘The Future of the Missionary Enterprise’” (no. 2, Social Justice: Latin America and Bangkok Conference and no. 6, The Indian in Latin America), Dossier: Asia 1980 (1. China and the Churches, 2. Southwest Asia, 3. The Philippines, 4. Kampuchea Relief Programs) (IDOC), Estonian American National Council, Women’s Campaign for Soviet Jewry, “The Baltic Nations,” International Documentation Center (IDOC) bulletin, The Raoul Wallenberg Committee of the United States, CoF (Committee on Human Rights in the People’s Rep. of Bulgaria (official)”), HRI

154

Reports, conference programs, news releases, correspondence, bulletins 1973-78, 1980-82, 1984-85, 1987-92, 1994-98, 2000 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: USA, Thailand, Canada, Latin America, El Salvador, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Colombia, Asia, Guatemala, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Chile, The Philippines, Panama, Denmark, Malaysia, Bhutan, Iran, Haiti, Costa Rica, Nepal, Germany, Mongolia, Sweden, Pakistan, Vietnam, Sudan, Iraq, Korea, North Korea, China

Mediums / types include: Posters, order forms, newspaper reprints, reports, bibliographies, research proposal drafts, CVs, handwritten notes, conference programs, working papers, conference papers, brochures, correspondence, article drafts, press releases, letters to members, pamphlets, bulletins, profiles, declarations, calendars, scanned reports, circulars, news releases, news bulletins, background reports, magazines, bound reports, meeting programs, briefs, schedules, publication order forms, legislative documents, bills, resumes, discharge certificates, folders with documents, collected documents, catalogs, scanned handwritten notes, workshop papers, guides, government pamphlets, resource guides, newsletters, conference fliers

Societies / major themes include: World Federation of Democratic Youth, “Youth Unite! Forward for Lasting Peace,” Behind the Smile: Voices of Thailand, Center for International Policy Reprints, 1980 elections, human rights NGOs, Rockefeller Foundation fellowships’ relation to international conflict, “select bibliography on human rights,” Harry Scoble’s CV, “Women’s Rights: A Bibliography. Material Available at the Documentation Centre of the International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development. Compiled by Ivana Caccia” (in English and French), “International Scientific and Professional Associations and the International System: November 12-13, 1976 (Philadelphia, PA)” (3 folders), The National Organizing Conference on Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Policy (New York City, Oct. 1-2, 1977), Harry Scoble and Laurie Wiseberg, International Conference on Responsibility for the Observance of Human Rights (Dedham, Mass., October 22-24, 1976), Contents of Folder (CoF) (1976 I.S.A. Panel “Intern’l Human Rights: National Hypocrises”), “Preliminary Program: XVII Annual Convention International Studies Association (Royal York Hotel – Toronto, Canada February 25-29, 1976), Laurie S. Wiseberg, Amnesty International, Laurie Wiseberg, Harry Scoble, “The International League for Human Rights: The Strategy of a Human Rights NGO,” Presentation for Joint Meeting of Latin American Studies Association and African Studies Association (Houston, TX November 2-5, 1977), PEN American Center, Curbstone Press (Willimantic, CT), El Rescate Human Rights Department, “Bangkok Bloodbath,” Commission Internationale Permanente sur les Braceros, Centro de Education Popular (CEDEP), Casos de Nicaraguenses Desaparecidos en el Extranjero, Comision Permanente de Derechos Humanos de Nicaragua (CPDH), World Without War 1978 calendar, “Informe de Derechos Humanos – Marzo 1990,” asesinatos presuntamente por narcotrafico, CPDH, Salpress (Agencia Salvadorena de Prensa), deGuatemala, World University Service, “Asian Dossier Special Issue on Women” (World University Service), Conclusions of WUS Asia-Pacific Workshop on Women and Education (9-11 May 1988, Bangkok), Comision Chilena de Derechos Humanos, Declaration Universal de Derechos Humanos, Americas Watch, “The Fernan Supreme Court: The Betrayal of Civil Liberties?,” Protestant Lawyers’ League of the Philippines Inc. (PLLP), International Studies Association Annual Meeting (St. Louis, MO March 1977), Communique on Development Issues, “Congressional Record,” SHARE Foundation (Salvadorean Humanitarian Aid, Research, and Education), World Summit for Social Development (Copenhagen, Denmark 6-12 March 1995), Nicaraguan Women and the Revolution (Women’s International Resource Exchange / WIRE), “The Governance Cooperative: Capacity Map,” Institute on Governance, Canadian International Development Agency, Meeting of the Governance Cooperative Oct. 30 1997, European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM), Political and Social policies Division (Policy Branch, Canadian International Development Agency), Laws of Malaysia Act A515 (Societies (Amendment) Act 1981), Act A483 (Trade Unions (Amendment) Act), CoF (Bhutan Human Rights Violations), People’s Forum for Human Rights, King of Bhutan, “Bhutan Focus,” “1948 1998: Universal Declaration of Human Rights / Declaration Universelle des Droits de l’Homme,” National Council of Resistance of Iran, National Coalition for Haitian Rights (NCHR), Amnesty International, Publications catalogue (Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women), Centro de Mujeres Afrocostarricenses, Aliran, Bhutanese refugees, Institute of Current World Affairs, racism in Bhutan, First International Workshop on Human Rights Violations in the Himalaya (Kathmandu 6-10 December 1991), Action Guide (A Human Rights Resource Manual for Secondary Schools – United Nations in Canada), AND (Friend) Foundation, law of Mongolia on NGOs, Radda Barnen (Swedish Save the Children), Ahmadi Muslims in Pakistan, Human Rights Internet, New Partnerships Initiative (NPI) Resource Guide, UN Commission on Human Rights, ECOSOC, violations of human rights in Bhutan, Human Rights Internet, “The Sudan Section,” Physicians for Human Rights, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Task Force on the Revision of the Bibliographical Standard Formats, CoF (“North American Coalition for Human Rights in Korea”), Laurie Wiseberg, suppression of Kim Chi Ha’s book of poetry (“With Burning Thirst”), CoF (“International Human Rights League of Korea. Letters.”), CoF (“KOHRNET (Korea Human Rights Network)”), International Conference on National Security Laws in the Asia-Pacific (“November 22-24, 1995, Seoul”), : CoF (“Center for the Advancement of North Korean Human Rights. Letters.”), Center for Advancement of North Korean Human Rights

155

Background papers, reports, minutes, correspondence, court documents 1981-82, 1985, 1988-91 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: India, South Africa, Mozambique, Canada, Belgium

Mediums / types include: Background papers, reports, memoranda, newspaper clippings, news briefings, summaries, bulletins, profiles, folders with documents, memos, summary reports, scannews newsletters, membership applications, minutes, event fliers, agendas, faxes, handwritten notes, scanned reports, scanned illustrations, information sheets, conference reports, brochures, tourist info sheets, letters to participants, newsletters, press releases, briefing papers, current status reports, seminar papers, database catalogs, guidelines, scanned articles, draft discussion papers, working papers, affidavits, court documents, lists of people, constitutions, correspondence, proposals, annual reports

Societies / major themes include: “Background Papers” (Documentation Centre BUILD: series 1982 #4-5, 8-10; 1981 April - December), United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, Contents of folder (CoF) (“Upington 26 into Lawyers Against Apartheid (Ottawa)”), the “common purpose” doctrine, LAA, “Trial of the Upington 25,” chronology of the trial, “A Message of Solidarity,” the anti-apartheid struggle, Amnesty International Urgent Action releases, CoF (“Cooperation Canada Mozambique”), “Mozambique: Apartheid’s Second Front. A Resource Kit. COCAMO,” contains “9 background papers, 9 brochures, user’s guide and resource list, poster, map,” CoF (“Commission of Inquiry into Apartheid”), International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa (Canada), Lawyers Against Apartheid (Ottawa), CoF (Apartheid / South Africa HR Violations – Miscellaneous from Lawyers Against Apartheid work) (1 of 2), Human Rights Commission, declaration of unrest areas (Public Safety Amendment Act, no. 67 of 1986), Stop Violence Against Women! march, FEDSAW, Conference on Women and Gender in Southern Africa, official report from the National Directorate, CoF (Apartheid / South Africa HR Violations – Miscellaneous from Lawyers Against Apartheid work) (2 of 2), London Women’s Anti Apartheid Coalition, Society for the Abolition of the Death Penalty in South Africa (Johannesburg Local Chapter newsletter), Annual report from National Directorate, International Commission of Inquiry into the Crimes of the Racist and Apartheid Regime in Southern Africa, The Back Sash Johannesburg Advice Office annual report, Black Consciousness Movement (BCMA), Letsetse (The Flea), “What’s the Word” (Southern Africa network bulletin), death row, natal violence, University of Ottawa, CoF (“Independent Board of Inquiry into Informal Repression – South Africa”) (2 folders), train attacks, Lawyers for Human Rights, CoF (“Constitutional Reform”) (2 folders), proposed “bill of rights,” Columbia Human Rights Law Review, Lawyers for Human Rights, “Law Reform in Action: Formulating a Bill of Rights for South Africa,” African National Congress (ANC), Yale Journal of International Law, CoF (“Lawyers Against Apartheid (Ottawa)”), CoF (“Correspondence”), Lawyers for Human Rights, Lawyers Against Apartheid, Canadian Coalition to Close the Apartheid Embassy, Natal Advice Centre’s Association, CoF (“Criminal Justice – General”), Understanding Security Law (Notice under regulation 3 (8) of the Security Emergency Regulations, 1988), Canadian lawyers and apartheid, CoF (“Sanctions”), Commission of Inquiry of IDAFSA (Canada), Law & Society Review, African Human Rights Research Association (AHRA), CoF (“Lawyers for Human Rights Inquests – Elizabeth Sheehy”), University of Ottawa, Avocates contre l’apartheid (Ottawa) (Lawyers Against Apartheid), directors of Lawyers Against Apartheid, CoF (“Independent Board of Inquiry into Informal Repression Minutes”), minutes from 3 December 1990 and 20 February 1991, CoF (“Lawyers Against Apartheid (Ottawa) other documents”), Lawyers Against Apartheid Education for a Democratic South Africa Exchange Project

156

Reports, conference papers, correspondence, press releases, folders with materials 1963, 1972, 1974-79, 1981-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Korea, USA, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, Uruguay, France, Canada, Asia, North America, Canada, Spain, India, Brazil, Mexico, Indonesia, Guatemala, Sri Lanka, Russia, Iraq, Peru, UK, El Salvador, Latin America, Vatican City, Morocco, China, Haiti, England, Korea, Latin America, Africa, Germany, Madagascar, Nigeria, Iran, Northern America, Thailand, Belize, Lithuania, Argentina, Kenya, Ethiopia, Djibouti, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Austria, Venezuela, Central America, Costa Rica Mediums / types include: Newspaper clippings, scanned newspaper clippings, reports, news reports, correspondence, business cards, scanned reports, newsletters, correspondence with documents, conference papers, correspondence, faxes, summaries handwritten notes, memoranda, reports, press release reports with documents, pamphlets, open letters, fliers, reports with accompanying materials, news releases, fliers, posters, order forms, memos, CVs, reoprt bulletins, news blurbs, background information reports, working group reports, brochures, annexes, lists of websites, syllabuses, questionnaires, proposals, letters to members, course descriptions, petition forms, folders with materials, contact information, briefs, bulletins, circulars, support forms, lists of participants, data cards, proposal sheets, registration forms, info sheets, directories, lists of organizations, news reports, rosters, information fliers Q&A series, draft declarations, addenda, organizational directory forms, handwritten notes, alerts Societies / major themes: Contents of Folder (CoF) (“South Korea”), UN Committee on Human Rights, International Center for Law in Development, Islamic law in Malaysia, Pan-National Response Council for Abolishing Suppression on People’s Movement and Achieving Constitutional Democratic Rights, Korea Truth Commission, Asian Buddhist Conference for Peace, GATT Newsletter (October 1991), Women Living Under Muslim Laws, “Five-Year Program Goals FY89-FY93 (Short Version),” Human Rights in Asia, North American Free Trade Area: A Critical Economic Perspective, Consumers Association of Penang, CoF (“Mongolia”), NGOs in Mongolia, Laurie S. Wiseberg, registration of NGOs, Asian Buddhists Conference for Peace, The Mongolian Human Rights Committee, World Congress on Human Rights (10-15 December, 1990, New Delhi), Workshop on Victim Protection and Conflict Resolution (Onati, Spain 12-16 May, 1993), International Scientific and Professional Advisory Council of the United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Programme, Harvard Law School, International institute of Human Rights 4th Formative Session for the Teaching of Human Rights in Secondary and Primary Schools (Strasbourg 7-12 July 1986), NAFTA Green Language, Earth Summit (Rio de Janeiro 1-12 June 1992), Citizen Trade Watch Campaign, Canadian Council for International Co-operation, Survival International USA, demonstration flier for support of 42 Kayan people’s trial, Contents of binder: "International Human Rights Council – Habitat II June 3-14 1996 – Laurie Wiseberg," FIAN Hotline (“threats to members of social organization in Guatemala”), United Nations Association in Canada, Citizenship and Immigration in Canada, Canada’s Citizenship Week, Asia Civil Society Forum 2002, Amnesty International USA, The University Teachers for Human Rights Jaffna (information bulletin 7), Centre for Urban and Community Studies, The Community Church of Boston (60th Anniversary of the International Brigades), Coalition for Justice in Iraq, Canadian Council on Social Development, Amnesty International British Section (training working group mandate workshop), Amnesty International USA, Instituto de Estudios Juridicos de El Salvador (IEJES), United Nations Human Rights System, “American Studies: Black Women in American Society” (SUNY Geneseo), Laurie S. Wiseberg, La Voix des Sans Voix pour Les Droits de l’Homme V.S.V., questionnaire for teacher training institutions, human rights educators and education, Amnesty International (the “resolutions process”), International Community Education Association, ABC-CLIO, PROBE International, Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade, Bits and Peaces, Canadian Race Relations Foundation, Citizenship and Immigration Canada, “Actividades realizadas por la Comision Mexicana de Defensa y Promocion de los Derechos Humanos A.C. – Periodo 1990-1994,” CIDA /Canadian International Development Agency and Human Rights Overview, The Vatican and the Fourth World Conference on Women, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (Canada), “Human Security,” Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development, Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission, Canadian Magazine Publishers Association, World Bank Information Briefs, Human Rights Africa for Continental Defence of Rights & Liberties, Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law, House of Commons (Canada), Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Laurie Wiseberg, Human Rights Internet, UNESCO, Food Action Information Network, Moroccan Association of Human Rights (MAHR), Human Rights in China, Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development, Stop Torture in Korea, Provincial Pocket Facts: Canada’s Merchandise Trade, AIDS and the African Charter (bilingual), Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade, American Committee on Africa, PROBE International, Statement by Canadian Prime Minister, United Nations Association in Canada (bilingual), CoF (“WABA (World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action)”), World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA), DC Directory of Native American Federal and Private Programs, Phelps Stokes Fund, Human Rights Network, U.S. Progressive Periodicals Directory, Southern Progressive Periodicals Directory, World Hunger Education Service, MCPL Education Fund, Tamil Information Centre, arrest of priests, arrest of Dr. Rajasundaram, human rights violations in Sri Lanka, killings of Tamil civilians, Amnesty International Informationen, Institute of Current World Affairs, non-Ibo peoples in Nigeria (“The ‘Biafran’ Illusion), ill-treatment in Northern Ireland, United Nations Centre Against Apartheid (Department of Political and Security Council Affairs), CoF (“UNESCO Meeting of Experts Bangkok, 3-7 Dec 1979”), Catholicism and human rights, United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organizations, Protestantism and human rights, Hinduism and human rights, Buddhism and human rights, Islam and human rights, Judaism and human rights, Japanese religions and human rights, Confucianism and human rights, Orthodox Christianity and human rights, The Human Rights of Children, United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (executive board), Belize Rural Women’s Association, Confederacion Universitaria Centroamericana, Programa Centroamericano de Autonomia y Solidaridad, Human Rights and American Foreign Policy, International Conference on Human Rights (Center for Human Rights, University of Notre-Dame 29-30 April 1977), freedom of religion in Soviet-occupied Lithuania, Helsinki Final Act, Argentine Commission for Human Rights, US military assistance to Argentina, Somali refugees in northeast Africa, Laurie Wiseberg, CoF (“UNESCO General Conference 20th Session, Paris 1978”) UNESCO documents, CoF (“Programa Venezolano de Educacion-Accion en Derechos Humanos (PROVEA)”), CoF (“CODEFAM Marianella Garcia-Villas Mexico”), Comite de Familiares Pro-Libertad de Presos y Desaparecidos Politicos de El Salvador, CoF (“Comadres El Salvador”), Oscar Romero, Sentir Con El Pueblo, Comadres New England tour (March 7-25 1987), CoF (“Resource Center / Inter-Hemispheric Education Resource Center”), CoF (“Bloque Popular Revolucianario (BPR)”), CoF (“Red de Apoyo por la Justicia y Paz Venezuela”), Human Rights Internet, CoF (“U.S. Support Committee for Justice in El Salvador”), The Salvadoran, Religious Task Force on Central America, CSUCA, “Carta Informativa de la Secretaria General del CSUCA”

157

Country profile series, reports, brochures, press releases, bulletins 1977, 1979-2001 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Pakistan, USA, Papua New Guinea, Australia, The Philippines, Macedonia, South Korea, India, Canada, El Salvador, Indonesia, Nepal, Burma, Honduras, Mexico, Costa Rica, Central America, Guatemala

Mediums / types include: Country profile series, statements, reports, conference reports, magazines, conference papers, catalogs with profiles, reports with interviews, reports with documents, bulletins, press briefings, registration forms, press releasese, correspondence, pamphlets, emails, fact sheets, brochures, newspaper clippings, scanned reports, newsletters, background notes, scanned newspaper sections, scanned newspaper clippings, handwritten notes, political fliers, info posters, illustrated bulletins, circulars, news releases, scanned notes, scanned articles, posters, calendars, schedules, briefs, organizational directory update forms

Societies / major themes include: US Department of Justice, Profile Series: Pakistan, INS Resource Information Center, Lawyers Committee for International Human Rights, House Foreign Affairs Committee (subcommittees on international security and scientific affairs; international economic policy and trade and Asia and Pacific affairs), United Nations Commission on Human Rights, 48th Annual DPI/NGO Conference (The United Nations at the turn of the century: global issues, global actors, global responsibility”), International Commission of Jurists (Australian edition), trade union rights in Pakistan, International Centre for Trade Union Rights, Mohajir Qoumi Movement (Pakistan), disappearance of Pakistanis, Samar Island (“Development for Poor Samarenos?”), Lawyers for Human Rights & Legal Aid (LHRLA), Marcos and martial law in The Philippines, rape culture in Pakistan, Kashmir, International Association of Mass Communication Research (19th Conference and General Assembly), legal aid in India, 1st Reflect Global Conference (25 Oct – 7 Nov 1998), United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, The Punjab, Frente Farabundo Marti Para la Liberacion Nacional Frente Democratico Revolucionario (FMLN), Veneremos!, “Muslims in India: Blood, tears, destruction and hopes,” Action Solidarity Indonesia (AKSI), children of women in prostitution in India, India’s Dalit population, Dalit Joint Action Committee and Save Panchama Land Movement, The Sardar Sarovar Project, child labor in India, World Sikh Organization of Canada, SAHRDC News (Bi-Monthly newsletter of the South Asia Human Rights Documentation Centre), Eco India, The Hindustan Times, Clinton Doctrine, USIS (United States Information Service), Poonthamalli Justice Campaign, Legal Aid & Human Rights Centre, rise of Hindu fundamentalism, persecution of Chin Christians by Burmese military regime, torture in Kashmir, Express Magazine (9 April 1989), Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Divorce) Bill (1986 in India), “North India Convention on Prevention of Torture, Cruel and Inhuman Treatment held on 9th and 10th March 1996,” International Human Rights Organization, Workshop on Human Rights Lawyering (24-28 May 1986), World Sikh Organization, Indian jails, Women’s Action (Punjab), abuse of Indian nun, Yayasan Lembaga Bantuan Hukum Indonesia, persecution of Ahmadies in Pakistan, L’Agence Canadienne de Developpement International, Jananeethi People’s Initiative for Human Rights, sale of women in Pakistan, heroin addiction in Pakistan, study on Indian Airlines, “Harijans of Karnataka” (illustrated weekly of India, May 22 1977), occupied Kashmir, “know your edible oils,” FMLN, SalPress, Honduran army invasion of Salvadoran territory, Contents of Folder (CoF) (Informes de El SSalvador / Reports from El Salvador / USA”), CoF (“Newsclips / El Salvador”), CoF (“V-1 Frente Democratico Revolucionario”), FMLN, plataforma programatica del gobierno democratico reolucionario, CoF (“Comite de Familires y Amigos de Presos Politicos en Costa Rica (FAPREP)”), Indulto a los Presos Politicos en Costa Rica, Ministerio de Justicia, Libertad a los Presos Politicos (Boletin 1, 2, 3, 4), CoF (“Comision Costarricense de Derechos Humanos (CODEHU)”), CoF (“Unwanted Articles for 2001”), South Asia Partnership Canada, “Crisis in Shangrila: Understanding Political Unrest in Nepal” (alone-day roundtable 22 June 2001), CoF (“Inter-religious Task Force on Central America (USA)”), Human Rights Internet, CoF (“Lawyer’s Committee for International Human Rights on El Salvador / USA”), murder of four American churchwomen in El Salvador, CoF (“Inter-Agency El Salvador Monitoring Group (Canada)”), “Law as an Instrument of Oppression,” Laurie S. Wiseberg, CoF (“National Central American Health Rights Network (NCAHRN) USA”), HRI, Links (Guatemalan Bureaucracy Immune to Reform)

158

Statements, reports, folders with documents, newsletters, brochures 1978, 1980-81, 1983, 1986-87, 1989-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Pakistan, India, Kashmir, USA, Canada, Belarus, Ethiopia, Burma, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Nepal, Vietnam, Tanzania, Easat Timor, Georgia, UK, Europe, Turkey, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria Mediums / types include: Statements, reports, correspondence, lists of events, business cards, brochures, scanned reports, summaries, correspondence, bulletins, postcards, government documents, country profile series, facsimiles, memoranda, lists of materials / publications/ keywords, Q&A series, annotated tables of contents, agendas, correspondence with materials, newspaper clippings, news releases, faxes, folders with documents, circulars, fliers, scanned articles, summary reports, folders with materials, emailed reports, news articles, press releases, press summaries, posters, donation mailers, guidelines, pamphlets, draft proposals, addresses Societies / major themes include: Seminar on “Geopolitics of the Kashmir Dispute” (Geopolitics and International Boundaries Research Centre), Kashmiri-American Council, atrocities on Hindu women and children in Kashmir, Kashmir for Kashmiriat, Documents from folder (“Kashmiri American Council”), children of Kashmir, The Simla Agreement, Kashmir Report, Amnesty International, Action Canada for Population and Development, family planning, “training documents for members and refugee claim officers, CRDD Training, Public Consultation on XenoTransplantation, Canadian Public Health Association, The Canadian Family Tree, Canada’s Immigration and Citizenship Acts, Department of Justice, Profile Series: Ethiopia, INS Resource Information Center, Contents of Folder (CoF) (“Institute on Governance”), Documents from folder (1 of 2) (“Immigration and Refugee Board / Laurie Wiseberg”), poverty in Ontario, Network on International Human Rights, Alerta (Canadian Churches Reporting on Human Rights in Latin America), CoF (“IEKF Indo-European Kashmir Forum”), All Parties Hurriyat Conference, killing fields of Kashmir, Kashmiri-American Council, Asia Watch, Canada House of Commons, Court of Appeal of New Zealand, New Zealand Maori Council, CoF (“Fondation Canadienne des Droits de la Personne / Rapport Annuel 1996-1997”), CoF (“Fondation Canadienne des Droits de la Personne / Justice, paix et developpement par l’education”), CoF (“The New Ontario Trillium Foundation Program Guidelines”), CoF (“Hong Kong / Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office”), People’s Union for Democratic Rights (Delhi), People’s Union for Civil Liberties (Bihar), the Punjab, Laurie Wiseberg, Kanpur massacre, People’s Union of Civil Liberties, People’s Union for Democratic Rights, beggars in Delhi, rape in India, Amnesty International Norway, death penalty in India, “Indo-Bangla Border Clash,” Human Rights Law Report, The Asia Foundation, Laurie Wiseberg, child workers in Nepal (Concerned Center), prisoners of conscience in Nepal, Conference of the Political Internationals (Canada), Vietnamese asylum seekers in Hong Kong, People’s Union for Democratic Rights, CoF (“National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights / 10th Dec 1998 – 14th April 1999 / dalits. A people. A culture. A history.”), CoF (“1998 Universal Declaration of Human Rights”), CoF (“Epilepsy Canada”), CoF (“Black Paper: Broken Promises & Dalits Betrayed / National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights”), Action Canada for Population and Development (ACPD), Legal Aid & Consultancy Centre (LACC), Pastorlist Land Rights Movement of Northern Tanzania, women in New Zealand, Canadian Race Relations Foundation, The Panos Institute, East Timor Alert Network, Dalit journalists, Indian Society of International Law, UNIFEM (Canada), Government of Canada, Amnesty International (International Secretariat), Council of Europe, NGOs at the United Nations, CCIL, Canadian Journal of Development Studies, The Bahai International Community, Expert Group Meeting on the Human Right to Adequate Housing (Geneva, 18-19 Jan 1996), International Islamic Relief Organisation (Saudi Arabia Newsletter), Liberation Chambers, Women’s legal rights in Tanzania, ONGO, Consultative Meeting on Information Systems for Children’s Rights (UNICEF Geneva, 9 October 1993), NGOS Information Systems on Children’s Rights (Geneva, 26-28 November 1992), Laurie Wiseberg

159

Minutes, information notes, reports, case studies, information documents 1982, 1987-95, 1997 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Europe

Mediums / types include: Minutes, information notes, reports, case studies, information documents, regulations, explanatory reports, collections of resolutions, collections of materials, press releases, commission reports, surveys, judgments

Major societies / themes include: Box includes related and unsorted materials on the Council of Europe (European Commission of Human Rights, Directorate of Human Rights)

160

Scanned articles, reports, scanned newspaper articles, press releases, fact sheets 1968-70, 1972, 1979-84, 1986-94, 1996-2004 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: India, Kashmir, Pakistan, The Philippines, USA, Samoa, Bhutan, Poland, Zimbabwe, Spain, Morocco, Canada, Nepal, Brazil, Tibet, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Hnduras

Mediums / types include: Scanned articles, dossiers, alerts, reports, reproductions of resolutions, appeals, press releases, conference papers, correspondence, fliers, brochures, newspaper articles, news releases, faxes, case studies, seminar materials and documents, briefing papers, news bulletins, order forms, reference guides, scanned chapters, press reports, programs, roundtable reports, notes, handouts, bulletins, pamphlets, summaries, scanned magazines, directory update forms, newsletters, applications, statistical reports, scanned essays, open letters, scanned chapters

Societies / themes: Hindi nationalism in India, human rights in Kashmir, reproductions of 1948 and 1949 UN Resolutions on Kashmir, Kashmiri American Council, Kashmiri-Canadian Council, United States Institute of Peace Conference on Kashmir (12-13 Jan, 1994), South Asia Human Rights Documentation Centre (SAHRDC), FIAN, women in Kashmir, Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, Kashmiri American Council, The Hindu (newspaper), Kashmiri-Canadian Council, hostages in Kashmir, Laurie Wiseberg, international press reactions to situation in Kashmir, South Asia Seminar Series, The Muslim (newspaper), Seminar (Enriching the Universality of Human Rights: Islamic Perspectives on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Geneva, 9-10 November 1998), “The Philippines: America’s First and Next Vietnam,” UUSC, Nationalist Alliance for Justice Freedom and Democracy (NAJFD), Department of Political Science and Center for Philippine Studies (University of Hawaii at Manoa), Death Penalty News, Amnesty International, United Nations (Representative of the Secretary-General on Internally Displaced Persons), UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, International Conference on Global Terrorism (World Jurist Association Delegates, Madrid, Spain April 14-16, 2002), Law & Judicial Systems of Nations, Human Rights Trust of Southern Africa (SAHRIT), UN Economic and Social Council, Frontline, People’s Commission of Inquiry on the Bijbehara Massacre, Gulf Weekly, exiled Kashmiri Pandit women, UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Refugee Law Course (San Remo, 22 Nov – 4 Dec 1982), Mindanao Interfaith People’s Conference Secretariat (MIPC), Centre of Concern for Child Labor (India), The Overseas Friends of India, Child in Need Institute (CINI), Christians in India, LUCIS Trust, Panos Institute, Kashmiri-American Council, Socialist Group of the European Parliament Brussels (18-19 Oct 1993), Task Force on Terrorism & Unconventional Warfare, Friends of Kashmir International, The Sunday Times, CIMI-Conselho Indigenista Missionario, Medecins Sans Frontieres / Doctors Without Borders, Refugees (UNHCR: United Nations Refugee Agency), Human Rights Update (Tibet), Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy, Campaign for Access to Essential Medicines, Caritas Internationalis, CECI, United States Institute of Peace Press, Center for Democratic Renewal, Contents of Folder (CoF) (“India – Kashmir”), High Commission for Pakistan Ottawa, Asia Watch, Physicians for Human Rights, Amnesty International, India’s Shame, The Sunday Observer, CoF (“An Introduction to Physicians for Human Rights October 1986”), (various newspaper articles), Kashmiri-Canadian Council, CoF (“Interfaith Office of Accompaniment USA (El Salvador”), CoF (“Medical Aid for El Salvador (MAES) USA”), CoF (“FECMAFAM (Fed. De Com. De Mad. Y Fam.) El Salvador”), CoF (“Instituto de Derechos Humanos de la Universidad Centroamericano (El Salv.)”), CoF (“El Salvador The Human Rights Commission of El Salvador”), CoF (“Going Home: Interfaith Campaign in Support of Repatriation & Repop. / E.S.”), CoF (“Friends of COMADRES”), CoF (“National Labor Committee in Support of Democracy and Human Rights in ES”), CoF (“The Pledge of Resistance”), CoF (“Oxfam America on Central America”), CoF (“Nuevo Instituto de Centro America USA DB#2746”), CoF (“New England Central America Network (NECAN)”), CoF (“National Sanctuary Defense Fund USA (Central America)”), (“El Salvador. Instituto de Investigacion, capacitacion, y Desarrollo… (IMU).”), Human rights violations under Ramos, KSP Kilusan (Komite ng Sambayanang Plipino), Political Detainees of the Philippines Trimestral Report from January – April 1980, September – December 1980, Task Force Detainees Philippines, Filipino women’s rights, Anti-Martial Law Coalition, Association of Major Religious Superiors in the Philippines, Political Detainees of the Philippines Trimestral Report, Quarterly Report – Political Detainees, Nagil: The Burning Bush, The Unfinished Revolution

161

Reports, minutes, indexes, newspaper clippings, press communiques 1987-90, 1992-93, 1995 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Europe

Mediums / types include: Reports, minutes, indexes, press communiques, press releases, information notes, newspaper clippings, corresopndence, draft agendas, folders with materials, bulletins, communiques

Societies / major themes include: Box includes related, foldered materials on Council of Europe (European Court of Human Rights, Directorate of Human Rights, International Human Rights Instruments):

162

Court judgments 1984-97 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Europe

Mediums / types include: Court judgments

Societies / major themes include: Box includes case judgments from Council of Europe European Court of Human Rights

163

Court judgments 1987, 1990-97 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Europe

Mediums / types include: Court judgments

Societies / major themes include: Box includes case judgments from Council of Europe European Court of Human Rights

164

Court judgments 1987, 1989-97 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Europe

Mediums / types include: Court judgments

Societies / major themes include: Box includes case judgments from Council of Europe European Court of Human Rights

165

Press Releases 1983, 1990-98 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Europe

Mediums / types include: Press releases

Societies / major themes include: Box includes press releases from Council of Europe European Court of Human Rights

166

Press releases, fact sheets, conference materials, statements 1990-92, 1994-2004 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Europe

Mediums / types include: Press releases

Societies / major themes include: Box includes press releases (1994-98), case-law information (1998-2004), speeches and conference materials from Council of Europe European Court of Human Rights

167

Publications, Fact sheets, Reports, Conference proceedings 1978, 1981-89, 1992-95 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Europe

Mediums / types include: Publications, fact sheets, bulletins, reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes materials from Council of Europe (Information Bulletin on Legal Activities, Human Rights Information Sheets, reports on rights of prisoners, rights of refugees, rights of families, rights of women, rights of children, conference proceedings of European Ombudsmen, Directorate of Human Rights Files)

168

Press releases 1977-91, 1993, 1995-96, 1998 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Europe

Mediums / types include: Press releases

Societies / major themes include: Box includes press releases from Council of Europe Human Rights News

169

Minutes, bulletins, reports, surveys, lists of signatories, case decisions, news releases, publications 1972, 1978, 1981-84, 1986-98, 2000-03 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Europe

Mediums / types include: Minutes, bulletins, reports, surveys, lists of signatories, case decisions, news releases, publications

Societies / major themes include: Box includes related materials from Council of Europe (Commision of Human Rights, Directorate of Human Rights, Council for Cultural Cooperation, Parliamentary Assembly)

170

Newsletters, reports 1971, 1977, 1979-2001 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Europe

Mediums / types include: Newsletters, reports, supplements

Societies / major themes include: Box includes related materials from Council of Europe (Commision of Human Rights, Directorate of Human Rights, Council for Cultural Cooperation, Parliamentary Assembly) including reports on progress of European Human Rights Convention (Stock-Taking 1984-88) and Gypsies (Interface 1993-2001)

171

Reports 1977-1984 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Europe

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes reports on decisions from the Council of Europe Commision of Human Rights

172

Reports 1969-71, 1985-86, 1988-92 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Europe

Mediums / types include: Yearbooks

Societies / major themes include: Box includes yearly reports from the Council of Europe European Convention of Human Rights

173

Reports 1958-68 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Europe

Mediums / types include: Yearbooks

Societies / major themes include: Box includes yearly reports from the Council of Europe European Convention of Human Rights

174

Reports, digests, case studies 1970, 1975, 1984, 1989, 1992 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Europe

Mediums / types include: Repots, Digests

Societies / major themes include: Box includes case studies and summaries of case law from the Council of Europe European Court of Human Rights, Digest of Strasbourg Case-Law relating to the European Convention on Human Rights

175

Newsletters, publications, reports, bulletins, information notes 1990-2001 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Europe

Mediums / types include: Yearbooks

Societies / major themes include: Box includes information notes from the Council of Europe European Convention of Human Rights, various publications and reports from the Council of Europe European Comission against Racism and Intolerance

176

Reports,pamphlets, information sheets, catalogues, press releases, memos, procedures 1958, 1961, 1977-83, 1985-92, 1995-97, 1999-2000 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Europe

Mediums / types include: Reports,pamphlets, information sheets, catalogues, press releases, memos, procedures, charters

Societies / major themes include: Box includes various pamphlets, reports, press releases from Council of Europe on subjects including: the European Convention on Human Rights, Immigration laws, education, media, official procedures, case law, conference proceedings, conscientious objection, gender equality, family law,

177

Annotated bibliographies, collected documents, reports, statisstical data and charts, directories of organizations 1973, 1981-83, 1985-88, 1990-93, 1995-96, 2000 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Zaire, Colombia, Africa, Lesotho, Japan, Canada, Switzerland, Austria, New Zealand, USA, Indonesia, East Timor, India

Mediums / types include: Folders with documents, annotated bibliographies, collected documents, programs, correspondence, reports, news releases, statistical data and charts, conference folders with materials, memoranda, agendas, conference materials, reference documents, directories of organizations, bibliographies, press releases, brochures, scanned reports, reports with documents, bound reports

Societies / major themes include: Contents of Folders (“Focus on Zaire March, ’88 – Press”), CoF (“January 1988 – Laurie Wiseberg (file conferences), “A Sample Annotated Bibliography on Human Rights in Africa,” CoF (“Lesotho: Participants’ Lists”), CoF (“Japan – UNESCO meeting, Nov 88”), Forum for International Trade Training, International Service for Human Rights, Quaker United Nations Conference – Geneva, Amnesty International reports, World Conference on Human Rights (Vienna, 14-25 June 1993), Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Allard K. Lowenstein International Human Rights Law Project 1988 Symposium on International Human Rights Law (Yale Law School April 8-9 1988), CoF (“Conference 1988 / File – old conferences”), “United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization,” International Congress on Human Rights Teaching Information and Documentation (Malta, 31 August to 5 September 1987, Laurie Wiseberg, Selected International Non-Governmental Organizations & Academic Human Rights Programs, Amnesty International International Secretariat, Organization of African Unity, CoF (“Workshop Programme & Rapporteurs’ Report”), Workshop on Human Rights Documentation in Africa (Maseru: 24 – 28 August, 1987”), Institute of Southern African Studies National University of Lesotho, CoF (“Participants”), HRI, Institute of Southern African Studies National University of Lesotho, Amnesty International Reports, Urgent Action reports, Human Rights Watch World Report, Asian Research Center for Migration, Indochinese Refugee Information Center (IRIC), Report on terrorism in the North Indian state of Punjab, Internet Harvard Law School, “Evidence of the Abuses of the Human Rights of the Sikhs in India”

178

Transcripts, statements, reports, discussion papers, interviews 1979-84, 1986-2000 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Pakistan, India, The Philippines, Canada, USA, Hong Kong, Indonesia, South Africa, China, Tibet, Eastern Turkestan, Burma, Guatemala, New Zealand, Kosovo, Iran, Colombia, Switzerland, Vietnam

Mediums / types include: Transcripts, statements, reports, news bulletins, telegrams, affidavits, correspondence, conference programs, writ petitions, questionnaires, letters to members, statistical reports, press statements, posters, manuals, lists of people, subscription forms, pamphlets, handwritten notes, scanned newsletters, discussion papers, draft reoprts, facsimiles, programs, memoranda, guide manuals, program folders (with conference materials), scanned academic articles, lists of publications, events timelines, interviews, emails, brochures, leaflets, fliers

Societies / major themes include: Local Information Centre on Pakistan (discussion transcript), Punjab and Sikhism Video conference, Punjab and Sikhism Video conference, Bihar Press Bill, the Asiad, Tribune, the high court for the Punjab and Haryana at Chandigarh, (collected materials from single folder), Philippine Alliance of Human Rights Advocates (PAHRA), Fourth PAHRA National Conference (August 13-15 1992), Committee for Information and Initiative on Punjab, Human Rights Internet questionnaire, Forum for Christian Concern for Peoples Struggle, Bihar Press Bill, Resource Centre for Philippine Concerns (RCPC), urgent appeals releases, Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP), human rights violations in 1995, “Negros After Marcos,” The Philippines 2000, Yayasan Lembaga Bantuan Hukum Jakarta, Indonesian Legal Aid Foundation, Dalit women’s rights, Task Force Detainees of the Philippines – National Capital Region (TFDP-NCR), The Mindanao Human Rights Monitor, lists of political prisoners in The Philippines, “Protest Papers,” Protestant Lawyers’ League of the Philippines (PLLP), Philippine Task Force Japan, Muchtar Pakpahan, Human Rights Accounts, TFDP, Society for Community Organization, Resource Center for Philippine Concerns (RCPC), Canadian Immigration Act, International Development Research Centre, Inter-American Human Rights System, International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development, The Banff Centre for the Arts, Inter-Church Committee for Refugees, Institute on Governance (Canadian International Development Agency), International Conference on Governance Innovations: Building a Government-Citizen-Business Partnership (October 20-23 1996, Manila), Canadian Human Rights Foundation (participants’ guide for 20th Annual International Human Rights Training Programme), Contents of Folder (CoF ) (“South Africa”), “Submission to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Concerning the Relevance of Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights to the Commission’s Mandate 18 March 1997,” “Are the Poor Being Heard?,” CoF (“Fourth World Conference on Women, Beijing 1995”), Bangladesh Country Statement to the Fourth World Conference on Women, CoF (“Human Rights / China / Publication copies”), Information Office of the State Council, Review of Social Economy, CoF (“Human rights violations in China – Amnesty International”), Subcommittee on East Asian and Pacific Affairs of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (June 13, 1991), CoF (“1998 State Department Human Rights Report / China”), CoF (“Human Rights Chronology: China, Hong Kong, Tibet), CoF (“Human Rights Violations in China”), Hong Kong Federation of Women, The Alliance for a Democratic China (ADC) – Canada, Human Rights Internet, CoF (“Eastern Turkestan Information”), Uygur people, World Uyghur Network News, CoF (“Human Rights in China (Organization)"), CoF (“Pamphlets & Leaflets”), CoF (“NIHR (?) National Institute for Human Rights”), CoF (“NGO Updates”), CoF (“55 UN Commission on HR Discussion / Panel invitations”), CoF (“55th Session of the United Nations Commission on HR – NGO Statements”), CoF (“In Spanish”), CoF: (“Commission on Human Rights 55 session”), CoF: (“Human Rights Colombia? (Spanish)”), CoF: (“Tibet”), CoF (“UN Office at Geneva Centre for Human Rights”), CoF (“United Nations Public Information”), CoF (“Human Rights Reports in French + German”), CoF (“CIS Conference”), CoF (“Publication Catalogues & flyers”), CoF (“Vietnam”), CoF (“Child Rights Information Network”), CoF (“Banning Landmines”), CoF (“Newsletters & Updates (misc)”), CoF (“ACTEAL”), CoF (“HR Newsletters / Info – French & Danish”), CoF (“Letters & Communication”), CoF (“UN Documents (Misc)”)

179

Fliers, catalogs, reports, collected documents, interviews 1974, 1978, 1983-84, 1986-2002 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Canada, Kashmir, Africa, Abkhazia, Ivory Coast, Tunisia, Senegal, Sri Lanka, India, Iran, Southern Africa, USA, Somalia, Nigeria, Ireland, Turkey, Hong Kong, Bougainville Island, Burma, Thailand, Bhutan, Nepal, Myanmar, Korea, Australia, Bangladesh, Kraq, Tamil Eelam, Cambodia, Kampuchea

Mediums / types include: Fliers, resource guides, reports, scanned articles, catalogs, pamphlets, prepublication summaries, statistical data, bibliographies, scanned chapters, packets, appeals, correspondence, proposals, missing person profiles, press releases, essays, brochures, training programs, maps, faxes (copies), news releases, translated letters / questionnaires, notes / remarks, fact sheets, faxes, info sheets, interviews, donation forms, lists of people, statements, press statements, opening remarks, consultations, agendas, documents, collected documents, documents from folders

Societies / major themes include: guides to working overseas, Canadian race relations, teacher training in human rights education, Human Rights Watch, McGill University, NGOs, Human rights bibliographies, International Conference of Civil Associations 1991, Ottawa Conference 1993, International Organization of Journalists, Environmental Liaison Centre International, “The Moment” (periodical), ACDI / CIDA, Dalit people, women in Iran, Laurie S. Wiseberg, United Nations Department of Public Information, “Christian Churches and the Nigerian Civil War,” Student programs at University of the Western Cape, United Nations, Second United Nations Conference on Human Settlements, exiled Burmese students in Thailand, Bill Clinton, Bhutanese refugees, Congressional Human Rights Caucus, Canada House of Commons, Human Rights Internet, Burmese Committee for Social Affairs, AUSTCAR, Karen people, Rural Community Resource Centers in Bangladesh, United Nations Economic and Social Council, “boycott Pepsi!,” Asian Center for the Progress of Peoples Hotline – Asia, Project Maje, “Interviews in the Kachin State,” children and teenagers in the Kachin State, political prisoners in Burma, UN General Assembly, SLORC, appeals to USA / UN, The New York Times, list of prisoners from legally registered political parties, North American Coalition for Human Rights in Korea, Bhutanese refugees in Nepal, UN Special Commission on Iraq, Just World Trust, International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development, Tamil Eelam female rebels, Contents of Folder (“Khmer Rouge”), “The Case Against the Standing Committee of the Communist Party of Kampuchea,” Division of Human Rights United Nations (“Cambodia”) (spread over folders 18 and 19), Collected materials from Cambodia Documentation Commission, Coalition for Peace and Reconciliation, Cambodia Documentation Commission, Contents of folder (“ΛLTSEΛN ~ BURMA”)

180

Folders with contents, correspondence, reoprts, press releases, briefing / background papers 1978, 1980-2001, 2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Malaysia, USA, East Timor, Canada, France, West Bank, The Philippines, Dominican Republic, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Kashmir, Europe, Ghana, Nepal, Micronesia, Tonga, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, Singapore, The Visayas

Mediums / types include: Correspondence, reports, collected documents, seminar documents, press releases, briefing / background papers, scanned newspaper clippings, petitions, lists of occurrences, periodical releases, schedules of events, news releases, summary reports, brochures, information sheets, lists of victims, pamphlets, news reports, petitions / court documents, lists of political prisoners, lists of detainees, folders with documents, profiles, news periodicals, folders with contents, folders with documents, press conference transcripts

Societies / major themes include: Laurie S. Wiseberg, Human Rights Internet, ALIRAN, Tribunal Permanent des Peuples, Contents of Folder (CoF) (“Organizations”), National Paralegal Training Seminar (Maryhill Seminary, Taytay, Rizal, June 6-11 1981 (NASSA – FLAG)), CoF (“Briefing Hand out: Jail Management Branch Angeles Metrodiscom (copy for:)”), Annual Report of the Chairman of the Human Rights Task Force, Permanent Mission of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka’s First Referendum: its Conduct and Result, International Fact-Finding Mission on Urban Militarization in the Republic of the Philippines, DND Information Kit (International Fact-Finding Mission), torture survivors in Pakistan, Activities of Pakistan Women Lawyers’ Association (PAWLA), British and Irish Pakistanis, Mohajir Qoumi Movement, crimes against Mohajirs and MQM, Church Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines, Reagan and Marcos, PHIDOC, vigilante violence in the Philippines, SMPI Workers Case, Christian Community of Palanan, National Council of Churches, Church Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines, Philippine News Survey, military operation in the Philippines, US Committee for Refugees, Tamil people, Free Media Movement, Filipino political detainees, Jose Ma. Sison, Church Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines, Office for East Asia and the Pacific, Pakistan News, Friends of Kashmir International, L’Association Marocaine des Droits Humains – AMDH – Avec l’appui du programme Meda Democratie De l’Union Europeenne (Centre d’Information et de Documentation sur les Droits Humains – CIDDH), Human Rights Study Center – Faculty of Law University of Ghana (“Advancing Women’s Rights” Seminar), Nepal Federation of Nationalities, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Tonga Human Rights & Democracy Movement, United Nations Economic and Social Council, Pakistan Press Club, British Refugee Council, “Violations of Human Rights in Singapore: Religious Persecution Sends Peaceful Citizens to Jail” (Jehovah’s Witnesses), People’s Testimony on Human Rights Violations in the Visayas, Amnesty International Report, MQM International Secretariat, MQM (Mohajir Qoumi Movement) International Secretariat, Balawaristan National Front

181

Reports 1989-2004 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Europe, Cuba

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes various United Nations committee reports on: Cuba, Peaceful Uses of Outer Space

182

Reports 1978-1996 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: El Salvador, Haiti, Guyane, Ecuador, Guatemala, Jamaica, Mexico, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Argentina, Anguilla, Western Sahara, Algeria, Morocco, Zaire, Zambia, Zimbabwe

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations reports from various committees on: El Salvador, Haiti, Guyane, Ecuador, Guatemala, Jamaica, Mexico, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Argentina, Anguilla, Western Sahara, Algeria, Morocco, Zaire, Zambia, Zimbabwe

183

Reports 1977-1997 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Cuba, El Salvador, Venezuela, Paraguay, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Panama, United States of America, Trinidad and Tobago, Suriname, Uruguay, Peru

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations reports from various committees on: Cuba, El Salvador, Venezuela, Paraguay, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Panama, U. S., Trinidad and Tobago, Suriname, Uruguay, Peru, Peaceful Use of Outer Space, Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples, Relations with Host Country, Death and Disability Benefits

184

Reports 1990-2004 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Sustainable Development, Commission on Human Rights, Commission on Non-Governmental Organizations, Commission on the Status of Women

185

Reports 1980-2004 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Human Rights

186

Reports 1982-2004 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Sustainable Development, Commission on Human Rights, Commission on Non-Governmental Organizations, Commission on the Status of Women

187

Reports, Correspondence, Press Clippings 1980-2004 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports, Press Clippings, Correspondence

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations reports from various committees/commissions, press clipping on International Criminal Court, email from Francis Boyle to Abolish Capitol Punishment on International Criminal Court

188

Reports, Conference Proceedings 1980-2004 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations General Assembly, Economic and Social Council, Security Council, and International Criminal Court reports from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Human Rights, World Conference on Human Rights, Commission on Social Development

189

Reports 1980-2004 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Human Rights, Commission on the Status of Women

190

Reports 1980-2004 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Human Rights, Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

191

Reports 1990-2004 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Sustainable Development, Commission on Human Rights, Committee Against Torture, Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice

192

Reports 1990-2004 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations reports from various committees/commissions including: Committee Against Torture, Committee to End Racial Discrimination

193

Reports 1990-2004 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Childrens Fund, Commission on Human Rights, Commission on the Status of Women

194

Lists of publications, statistical profiles, reports, news releases, manuals 1979, 1981-82, 1985-86, 1988-90, 1992-99, 2010 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: India, Kashmir, Philippines, Bangsamoro, China, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, Australia, Pakistan, Iraq, Israel, Canada, UK, Germany

Mediums / types include: Correspondence with questionnaires, lists of publications, document lists, statistical profiles, reports, press statements / releases, folders with various materials, news releases, issue papers, correspondence, scanned articles, citations, posters, brochures, glossaries, christmas cards, pamphlets, leather folders with documents, scanned reports, binders with conference materials, folders with contents, manuals, documents from folder, lists of participants, resource packets

Societies / major themes include: Indian Social Institute, Dalit organizations, Punjab Human Rights Organisation (Head Office Chandigarh), Sikh Human Rights Group Watch, Punjab Human Rights Organisation (Regd.), Committee for Information and Initiative on Punjab, Contents of Folder (“World Sikh Organization of Canada”), (inserted inside of World Sikh Organization of Canada folder), Amnesty International News Releases, Vlaardingen-Bacolod Cities Friendship Ties and Cooperations (VBCFTC), Philippine International Forum, Children’s Rehabilitation Center, Philippine Alliance of Human Rights Advocates (PAHRA), Bangsamoro People’s right to self-determination, International Commission of Jurists Review, peasants in Philippines, International Solidarity Network Desk (Association of Major Religious Superiors of the Philippines), Samar Island, UN Economic and Social Council, Mini Beijing Conference (Feb 15-18, 1997), “What will happen to us when the clever men close the river?,” Purari Action Group, Reebok (human rights production standards), Society of Jesus Christ, Democratic Commission for Human Development, sugar workers, Philippine Declaration of Human and People’s Rights, Chaanan Institute, General Federation of Iraqi Women, Baghdad meeting for women of the world in the frame of the aims of the decade of women and development equality development peace (4-8 March 1985) (documents in folder 14), Report and Recommendations of an Amnesty International Mission to the Government of the State of Israel (3-7 June 1979), World Civil Society Conference: Building Global Governance Partnerships (December 7-11, 1999), Amnesty International, “Regardons la realite en pactes… pour une education aux droits de l’homme, Commission Education aux Droits de l’Homme, Partners in Human Rights Education: A Manual for Starting Human Rights Education, Mouvement Burkinabe des Droits de l’Hommes et des Peuples (MBDHP), UNICEF, United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (International Conference on Education, Geneva, 3-8 October 1994), CoF (“UNESCO contacts”), 1998 Summer Course on Refugees (Saturday, June 13, 9:30-10:15), CoF (“Amnesty International 25 Jahre”), CoF (“Amnesty International”)

195

Folders with packet materials, pamphlets, reports, newsletters, press releases 1977-91 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, USA, Panama, Costa Rica, Canada

Mediums / types include: Folders with packet materials, conference folders with amterials, reports, periodicals, bulletins, correspondence, pamphlets, info sheets, news releases, press statements, press releases, published letters, periodical reports, fliers, brochures, newspaper clippings, letters to subscribers, handwritten notes, bulletins, scanned articles, information papers, country reports, public declarations, scanned handwritten reports, scanned newspaper clippings

Societies / major themes include: International Solidarity With Nicaragua Week Mobilizing Packet (October 22 – 29, 1978), National Conference on Nicaragua, Contents of Folder (CoF) (Comision Nacional de Promocion y Proteccion de los Derechos Humanos), Laurie S. Wiseberg, CoF (“Nicaragua General”) (1 of 2), “10 Annees de Liberte pour le Nicaragua,” War Relief for Nicaraguans, Citizens for Participation in Political Action, American Friends Service Committee, Campaign Against US Intervention, CoF (“Nicaragua General”) (2 of 2), Reagan’s War on Nicaragua, World Council of Churches’ Pastoral Delegation to Nicaragua, the electoral process in Nicaragua, CoF (“Honduras Informes -- Refugiados"), CoF (“Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala (NISGUA) USA”), CoF (“Newsclips Guatemala”), CoF (“Refugees in Honduras”), Salvadoran refugees, CoF (“Women for Guatemala (USA) doc#1592”), “Ch Abuj Ri Ixoc: The Voice of the Women,” HRI, CoF (“Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala (NISGUA) USA”), CoF (“Nicaragua General”) (1 of 2), The American Jewish Committee, CoF (“Nicaragua General”) (2 of 2), education and freedom in Nicaragua, National Conference on Nicaragua (Washington, DC 24-25 Feb, 1979), : CoF (“Iglesia Guatemalteca en el Exilo (Nicaragua)”), Guatemalan Church in Exile, CoF (“Panamanian Comm. For Human Rts. (II.) Washington”), Human Rights Report Review, CoF (“Panamanian Committee for Human Rights Washington, DC”), Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR), CoF (“V-1 Honduras General”), Honduran Jesuits, Taich country report, CoF (“UN Commission on Human Rights in Guatemala”),United Nations Economic and Social Council, National Conference on Guatemala (November 14, 15, 16, The American University, Washington DC), CoF (“PANAMA. Servicio Paz y Justicia (SERPAJ).”), CoF (“Comite Nicaraguense de Derechos Humanos”), Human Rights Internet, CoF (“Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala”), Panapama, Panamanian indigenous population, Barricada Internacional, CoF (“V-1 Comite para la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos en Honduras”), CODEH, CODEH annual report, CoF (“Honduran Press Clips (thru 1982)”), CoF (“News Honduran Press Clips (1983)”)

196

Reports 1990-2001 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Sustainable Development, Commission on Human Rights, Commission on Non-Governmental Organizations, Commission on the Status of Women, Commission on Population and Development,Commission for Social Development

197

Reports 1978-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations General Assembly reports from various committees/commissions

198

Reports 1995-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations General Assembly and Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Human Rights, Commission on the Status of Women, Committee Against Torture, Committee on Trade Conventions, Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space

199

Reports 1990-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Human Rights, Commission on the Status of Women, Committee Against Torture, International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, Committee on the Rights of the Child

200

Reports 1993-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations General Assembly and Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Social Development, Commission on Human Rights, Commission on the Status of Women, Ad Hoc Committee on the Elaboration of a Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, Special Committee on the Situation with regard to the Implementation of the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples

201

Reports 1993-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Human Rights, International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights

202

Reports 1993-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations reports from various committees/commissions including: Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination against Women

203

Reports, statements 1993-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports, Statements

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations reports from various committees/commissions including: Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination against Women, Convention on the Rights of the Child, and statements from countries in response to issues related to: womens' rights, childrens' rights

204

Reports 1993-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations reports from various committees/commissions including: Committee against Torture

205

Reports 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations General Assembly and Economic and Social Council reports, statistics, and compilations of general policy comments and recommendations from various committees/commissions including: Human Rights Committee, Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, Committee against Torture, Committee on the Rights of the Child, Executive Committee of the High Commissioner's Programme

206

Reports 1993-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations General Assembly reports from various committees/commissions

207

Reports 1978-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Human Rights, Sub-Comission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities

208

Reports, bulletins 1993-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports, Bulletins

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports and bulletins from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Human Rights, Convention to End Discrimination against Women, International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea Bulletin No. 48 and 49

209

Reports 1980-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council and General Assembly reports from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Human Rights, World Summit on Sustainable Development, International Research and Training Institute in Favor of the Advancement of Women

210

Reports, Financial Records 1977-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports, Financial Records

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council and General Assembly reports from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Human Rights, Executive Committee of the High Comissioners Programme, and Financial records of various committees activities between 1990 and 1996

211

Reports 1980-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Human Rights, Committee against Torture, Committee on the Rights of the Child

212

Reports 1979-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Human Rights, Sub-Comission on Prevention of Discrimination of Minorities

213

Reports 1979-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Human Rights, Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, International Covenant on Political and Civil Rights, Committee on the Rights of the Child, Executive Board of the United Nations Development Programme, United Nations Population Fund

214

Reports 1977-1995 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations reports from various committees/commissions including: Committee Against Torture, Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, Economic and Social Council, Human Rights Instruments

215

Reports 1977-1996 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Committee on the Rights of the Child, Committee on Human Rights, Committee against Torture, Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

216

Reports, minutes 1977-1995 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports, minutes

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Committee on Human Rights, Committee for the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and Committee on Human Rights meeting minutes

217

Reports, publications 1977-1995 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various, South Africa

Mediums / types include: Reports, publications

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Committee on Human Rights, Committee on the Rights of the Child, Committee for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, and United Nations publication 'Adverse Consequences of Assistance to the Regime of South Africa' (1985)

218

Reports 1977-1995 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various, South Africa, Chile

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations reports from various committees/commissions including: Committee on Human Rights, Human Rights Instruments

219

Reports 1977-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Human Rights, Committee on the Rights of the Child, Committee for the Elimination of Discrimination against Women

220

Reports 1977-1995 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Committee for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, Commission on Human Rights, International Convention on Civil, Economic, and Cultural Rights

221

Reports 1995-2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes United Nations Economic and Social Council reports from various committees/commissions including: Commission on Human Rights, Committee on Criminal Justice and Crime Prevention, and unopened bundles of Economic and Social Council reports

222

Surveys, reports, press releases, organizational directory forms, newspaper clippings 1974, 1979-82, 1984-95, 1997, 1999-2000, 2002 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Israel, Kashmir, Yemen, Germany, Nicaragua, Guatemala, USA, Honduras, Canada, Ethiopia, West Bank, Iran, Morocco, Algeria, Swaziland, France, UK, Southern Africa, Europe, New Zealand, South Africa

Mediums / types include: Surveys, fliers, reports, profiles, news briefs, scanned reports, bibliogrqaphies, press releases, folders with materials, organizational directory forms, periodicals, brochures, letters to members, correspondence, bulletins, manifestos, handwritten notes, memoranda, pamphlets, statements of purpose, newsletters, notes to subscribers, newspaper clippings, news briefs, information bulletins, questionnaires, course outlines, applications, posters, calendars, reprinted articles, concluding reports, application forms (financial aid requests, candidate nomination forms), stickers, publication catalogs, postcards, handbooks with materials, government documents / reports, various documents, essay drafts

Societies / major themes include:

A survey of Israeli Arab graduates from institutions of higher learning in Israel (1961-1971), panel debate organized by Kav La’Oved workers’ hotline (May 6, 1993), social rights of Palestinian workers in Israel, elections in Indian-occupied Kashmir, Human Rights Information Centre in Yemen, United Nations Educational Scientific and cultural Organization (recommendation concerning education for international understanding, co-operation and peace and education relating to human rights and fundamental freedom), UNESCO, International Congress on Education for Human Rights and Democracy (8-11 March 1993), Amnesty International, Amnesty International press releases (Pressemitteilung), Council of Europe, European Convention on Human Rights (starting points for teachers), CoFs (“NICARAGUA. Centro de Unidad Costena (C.U.C.N.),” “Center for National Security Studies on Nicaragua,” “Casa Nicaragua USA”), Human Rights Internet, First Principles (publication), Ronald Reagan, Nicaragua children’s toothbrush project, CoFs (“Canadian Action for Nicaragua,” “Association Suisse Romande de Solidarite Avec le Nicaragua,” “NICARAGUA Comite De Solidarate Avec Le Nicaragua (CSN).”), Barricada magazine, HRI, Alphabetisation au Nicaragua, CoFs (“Asociacion Nicaraguense Pro-Derechos Humanos (ANPDH), “Asociacion de Mujeres Nicaraguenses “Luisa Amanda Espinoza” (AMNLAE), Asamblea Nicaraguense de Unidad Democratica (ANUDE)”), Second Six-Month Report on Human Rights in the Nicaraguan Resistance, Central American Historical Institute, Nicaraguan Women’s Association, CoFs (“Uunion [sic] Sindical de Trabajadores de Guatemala (UNSITRAGUA),” “Unidad de Accion Sindical y Popular Guatemala (UASP),” “Unidad Revolucionaria Nacional Guatemalteca (URNG) Mexico”), CoFs (“Toronto Guatemala Solidarity Committee / Canada Doc #1606,” Richard Steele Report on Guatemala,” “Partido Guatemalteco de Trabajo”), boycott Coca-Cola, CoFs (“International Union of Food on Guatemala,” “Index on Censorship on Guatemala,” “Guatemalan Committee for Justice and Peace (USA)”), Coca-Cola plant, IUF trade union delegation, CoFs (“Guatemalan Education Center U.S.,” “Organization in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala (OSGUA) (USA),” “News from Guatemala Canada,” “US Government on Guatemala”), HRI, Department of State, CoFs (“V-1 Comision Cristiana de Derechos Humanos (CCRIDEH) del M.C.J. Honduras,” “Centro de Documentacion de Honduras (CEDOH),” “Casa Honduras – Honduras”), CoFs (“Honduras Information Center USA,” “Frente Patriotico Hondureno (FPH),” “Coordinadora en Apoyo a la Lucha del Pueblo Hondureno : Honduras,” “Congressional Record Newsclips and Statements (Honduras)”), HRI, assassination of Honduran activists, CoFs (“Compania de Jesus: Mision de Honduras,” “V-1 Committee for Non-Intervention in Honduras,” “V-1 Comite de Familiares de Detenidos - - Desaparacidos (CODAFEH) Honduras”), CoFs (“V-1 Partido Socialista de Honduras (PASO), Comision Investigatora,” “Newsclips (1984) Honduras,” “Instituto de Investigaciones Socio-Economicos de Honduras”), HRI, CoFs (“V-1 Comite de Solidaridad conlos Pueblos de Central America Honduras,” “V-1 UNHCR Information Honduras,” “V-1 Union Revolucionaria del Pueblo (URP) Honduras”), COSPUCA, NGOs, Conference on Human Rights Education (Columbia University, October 15-16 1992), Council of Europe, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, “Why Human Rights Sensitisation for the Police?," The National Council for Voluntary Organisations, Protocol, Society for the Advancement of Human Rights Education (SAHRE), Law in the Service of Man, women’s situation in Iran, International Criminal Court, Human Rights Internet, Amnesty International, American Bar Association, Universite Sidi Mohammed ben Abdallah, Amnesty International, Centre pour les Droits de l’Homme, International Institute of Human Rights, “33eme Session d’Enseignement 1-26 Juillet 2002 Strasbourg, terrorism in Great Britain, International Institute of Humanitarian Law European Seminar (Prague, 6-8 April 1993), International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa, Campaign for Democracy, COHRE, eviction and human rights, Racial harassment, Centre for Adult and Continuing Education (University of the Western Cape), Contents of Binder: “Steiner, Henry, Israel & Arab Pop, Spring 1988," CoF (“Gov’t Policy in Hebrew”), CoF (“The Association for Civil Rights in Israel, PoB 8273 Jerusalem 91082 or PoB 228 Beersheba 84101, Activities of Association on Bedouin Issues 1978 – present Hebrew Material Only”), CoF (“The Association for Civil Rights in Israel / Documents in Hebrew”), CoF (“In Hebrew”), CoF (“Only English”), CoF (“All in Hebrew The Association for Civil Rights in Israel (only on Bedouin 1980 matters) Israel”), “The Bedouin in Israel: Historical, Legal & Political Background”

223

Newsletters, reports, training packages, training course manuals, workshop materials 1976, 1981-82, 1985, 1987-94, 1996, 1998-99 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Canada, Chile, Austria, Ivory Coast, USA, Sri Lanka, Zaire, Namibia

Mediums / types include: Newsletters, conference papers, reports, proposals, training packages, course descriptions, training manuals, folders with materials, collected documents, meeting notes, seminar materials, communications, participants' guides, pamphlets, info guides, packet series, periodicals

Societies / major themes include: UNESCO-UNEP Environmental Education newsletter, World Congress on Human Rights (December 10-15, 1990, New Delhi), UNESCO ONG (ngo standing committee) (Paris, 6 avil 1987), “summary report of initiatives of non-governmental organizations blonging to the join NGO/ UNSECO secretariat working group,” “human rights in European textbooks, Women Workers’ Rights: Modular Training Package (International Labour Office Geneva), CAW TCA Canada: Human Rights Workers’ Rights (The Same Language), “Training Programme on Human Rights Information and Documentation: Using the Internet for Research and Publishing” (Human Rights Internet Ottawa, Ontario, Canada July 4-11, 1999), “Touch a Child: A Midnorthern Ontario Region Curriculum Development,” Comision Chilena de Derechos Humanos (La Informatica al Servicio de los Derechos del Hombre selleccion de documentos), International Congress on Human Rights Teaching Information and Documentation (Preparatory Meeting August 21st, 1987), The Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia (Continuing Legal Education seminar in Vancouver, November 22, 1985), training evaluation groups, Human Rights Council of Australia, United Nations, library staff from developing countries, United Nations World Conference on Human Rights (Vienna, 14-25 June 1993), World Campaign for Human Rights fact sheets, the rights of indigenous peoples, domestic workers guide for employers, Legal Assistance Centre (Windhoek, Namibia), marriage law, Education Action, Health Canada, Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability, “Moving to Inclusion: active living through physical education: maximizing opportunities for students with a disability,” HRI (Teaching Human Rights), Department of Secretary of State of Canada, “The Practice of Linking Development and Human Rights in Sri Lanka” (June 12 to 14, 1994, Ottawa), Association Zairoise de Defense des Droits de l’Homme (AZADHO), Office of the Ombudsman (Namibia), labor studies in the classroom, Social Studies Department and the Labour Studies Liaison Committee of the Toronto Board of Education

224

Press releases, newsletters, lists of publications,  1984-2000 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Press Releases, newsletters, lists of publications, bulletins

Societies / major themes include: Various Amnesty International publications/releases: Folder 1: Press releases, 1992-99 Folder 2: Lists of publications, excluding U.A's, 1993, 1998-2000 Folder 3: Newsletters, 1984-99 Folder 4: Various Urgent Action notices, 1997-99 Folder 5: Monthly lists of Urgent Action notices, 1996-97 Folder 6: Various letter-writing appeals, 1993-95 Folder 7: Press Releases, 1991, 1994-95, Internal News service memo's, 1994 Folder 8: Urgent Action notices and letter-writing appeals, Caribbean, Central American, South American, 1993-99 Folder 9: Various publications, Asia, 1991-99 Folder 10: Urgent Action notices, Africa, 1995-99

225

Training manuals, seminar materials, correspondence, reports, handwritten notes 1978-83, 1985-87, 1989-90, 1992-96, 2000, 2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Canada, Zambia, USA, Italy, France, Australia, Turkey, The Netherlands

Mediums / types include: Training manuals, teachers manuals, seminar materials, correspondence, contact lists, seminar schedules, reports, addenda, bound seminar materials, collected seminar materials, conference materials, scanned articles, workshop reports, resource lists, handwritten notes, scanned images, scanned book chapter, symposium reports, lists of ocurse offerings, manuals, publications, posters, study abroad advertisements, notepads, workshop kits

Societies / major themes: Human Rights Training for Public Officials, Commonwealth Secretariat Human Rights Unit, Human Rights Teacher’s Manual (For use in grade 11 and grade 12 law, British Columbia Council of Human Rights), United nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), Government of Zambia in co-operation with the United Nations Centre for Human Rights (seminar, Lusaka, Zambia, 9-20 November 1987), UNITAR, Laurie S. Wiseberg, list of speakers and resource persons, Government of Zambia in co-operation with the United Nations Centre for Human Rights (seminar, Lusaka, Zambia, 9-20 November 1987), Human Rights and Medicine: The Uses of Medical Skills in Documenting Abuses and Treating the Victims (sponsored by the department of social medicine, Harvard Medical School and Physicians for Human Rights, April 10-11, 1992), 11th International Course of Law of War for Officers (14-25 September 1981, San Remo (Italy)), International Institute of Humanitarian Law, Human Rights Reporting: National Capacity Strengthening (4-22 November 1996), UN Centre for Human Rights (Geneva), United Nations Staff College Project, Contents of Folder (CoF) (“UNESCO 17th NGO Conference 1979-”), Human Rights Teaching at the University Level, International Institute of Human Rights, human rights education in secondary schools, “United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization,” UN Economic and Social Council, International Congress on the Teaching of Human Rights (Vienna, 12-16 September 1978), UNESCO, UN Economic and Social Council, UN Economic and Social Council, teaching human rights in primary and secondary schools, NGO UNESCO, “Study-workshop on Human Rights Education” (10, 11, and 12 March 1981 Unesco House), Experts Meeting on the Teaching of Human Rights (Strasbourg, France 26-30 July 1982), International Congress on the Occasion of the Thirtieth Anniversary of the Associated Schools Project (Sofia, 12-16 September 1983), International Human Rights resources for us with high school students, CoF (“Second. / Primary Educ.”), Human Rights: A Handbook, Symposium on International Human Rights Education (Racine, Wis., USA, June 19-22, 1978), CoF (“H.R. Educ. 2nd no.(?)”), Ankara University (department of Political Science), COHRE booklet series (Forced Evictions & Human Rights: a manual for action), Public Talk Series, Process, Inc. (PDHRE), assistance in hunger strikes, discrimination against persons with AIDS, Council of Europe, Journal of World Education, American Red Cross, strategies for confronting domestic violence, Croix-Rouge canadienne, Humanity’s Bridge, Augsburg College, “A workshop kit on the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child for youth-serving organizations,” Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children, Canadian Human Rights Foundation, Canadian Association of UNESCO Clubs, ASPBAE Courier, University of Oxford and George Washington University (International Human Rights Law), Trinity College (human rights program), “It’s our right: A project to introduce the UN Convention on The Rights of the Child to 8-13 year-olds”

241

Press releases, newsletters, lists of publications 1989-1999 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Press Releases, newsletters, lists of publications, bulletins

Societies / major themes include: Various Amnesty International publications/releases: Folder 1: Lists of publications, excluding U.A's, 1999 Folder 2: Lists of publications, excluding U.A's, 1998 Folder 3: Miscellaneous documents, including Urgent Actions, Lists of U.A.'s, newsletters, reports on Kosovo Folder 4: Press releases and Urgent Actions on various Mid-East Countries, 1991-990 Loose: Press releases from A.I. news service, 1989-99

226

Press releases, conference materials, microfiches 1962-1986 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Press Releases, conference materials, microfiches

Societies / major themes include: Various Amnesty International related publications, releases, documents: Folder 1: Press Releases, 1978-86 Folder 2: Centre for Socio-Economic Research Documents on Conference on "H.R. Lawyering" - May 1986 Folder 3: Conference documents on "Second World Congress" - December 1986 Folder 4: Conference documents on "Communications, Human Rights, and Development" - April 1986 Folder 5: Conference documents on "International Press Seminar on Human Rights" - Geneva, 1986 Folder 6: Documents on "Pakistan Human Rights Conference" - October 1986 Folder 7: Misc. Human Rights Conference Documents, 1986 Folder 8: Amnesty International Country Dossier Microfiches, 1975 - Folder 9: Amnesty International Publications Microfiches, 1962 -

227

Bulletins, reports, press releases 1979-1998 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Africa

Mediums / types include: Bulletins, reports, press releases

Societies / major themes include: Amnesty International reports, press releases, and Urgent Action bulletins on Africa, alphabetical by country: Folder 1: Algeria - Folder 2: Angola - Folder 3: Benin - Folder 4: Botswana - Folder 5: Burkina Faso - Folder 6: Burundi - Folder 7: Cameroon - Folder 8: Central African Republic - Folder 9: Chad - Folder 10: Comoros - Folder 11: Congo - Folder 12: Djibouti - Folder 13: Egypt - Folder 14: Equatorial Guinea - Folder 15: Ethiopia - Folder 16: Eritrea - Folder 17: Gabon - Folder 18: Gambia - Folder 19: Ghana - Folder 20: Guinea Folder 21: Guinea-Bissau - Folder 22: Ivory Coast - Folder 23: Kenya - Folder 24: Kenya - Folder 25: Lesotho - Folder 26: Liberia - Folder 27: Libya - Folder 28: Malawi - Folder 29: Mali - Folder 30: Mauritania - Folder 31: Morocco - Folder 32: Mozambique - Folder 33: Namibia - Folder 34: Niger - Folder 35: Nigeria - Folder 36: Nigeria - Folder 37 - Rwanda - Folder 38: Sao Tome and Principe - Folder 39: Senegal - Folder 40: Seychelles - Folder 41: Sierra Leone - Folder 42: Somalia

228

Bulletins, reports, press releases 1979-1998 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Africa, South America

Mediums / types include: Bulletins, reports, press releases

Societies / major themes include: Amnesty International reports, press releases, and Urgent Action bulletins on Africa and South America, alphabetical by country: Folders 1 - 3: South Africa - Folders 4-5: Sudan - Folder 6: Swaziland - Folder 7: Togo - Folder 8: Tunisia - Folder 9: United Republic of Tanzania - Folder 10: Uganda - Folder 11: Zaire - Folder 12: Zimbabwe - Folders 13-14: Argentina - Folder 15: Bolivia - Folders 16-17: Brazil - Folders 18-23: Columbia - Folders 24-25: Chile

229

Bulletins, reports, press releases 1979-1998 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South America, Central America, The Caribbean

Mediums / types include: Bulletins, reports, press releases

Societies / major themes include: Amnesty International reports, press releases, and Urgent Action bulletins on South America, North America, and the Caribbean alphabetical by country: Folder 1: Ecuador - Folder 2: Guyana - Folder 3-4: Paraguay Folder 5-7: Peru - Folder 8: Suriname - Folder 9:Venezuela - Folder 10: Bahamas - Folder 11: Barbados - Folder 12: Costa Rica - Folder 13: Cuba - Folder 14: Dominican Republic - Folders 15-16: El Salvador - Folder 17: Grenada - Folders 18-20: Guatemala - Folder 21-22: Haiti - Folder 23: Honduras - Folder 24: Jamaica - Folders 25-26: Mexico - Folder 27: Nicaragua - Folder 28: Panama

230

Bulletins, reports, press releases 1979-1998 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: North America, The Caribbean, Asia

Mediums / types include: Bulletins, reports, press releases

Societies / major themes include: Amnesty International reports, press releases, and Urgent Action bulletins on Asia, North America and the Caribbean alphabetical by country within region: Folder 1: St. Vincent and the Grenadines, St. Christopher and Nevis, Trinidad and Tobago - Folders 2-6: USA - Folder 7: Australia - Folder 8: Bangladesh - Folder 9: Bhutan - Folder 10: Brunei - Folder 11: Cambodia - Folders 12-15: China / Hong Kong - Folder 16: Democratic People's Republic of North Korea (North Korea) - Folder 17 - East Timor - Folder 18: Fiji - Folders 19-20: India - Folders 21-22: Indonesia - Folder 23: Japan - Folder 24: Laos - Folder 25: Malaysia - Folder 26: Maldives - Folder 27: Mongolia - Folders 28-29: Myanmar

231

Bulletins, reports, press releases 1979-1998 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Asia

Mediums / types include: Bulletins, reports, press releases

Societies / major themes include: Amnesty International reports, press releases, and Urgent Action bulletins on Asia alphabetical by country: Folder 1: Nepal - Folder 2: Pakistan - Folder 3: Philippines - Folder 4: Papua New Guinea - Folder 5-6: Republic of Korea - Folder 7: Singapore - Folders 8-9: Sri Lanka - 10: Taiwan - Folder 11: Thailand - Folder 12: Tibet - Folder 13: Vietnam - Folder 14: Turkey, 1988-89 - Folder 15: Turkey, 1985-87 - Folder 16: Turkey, 1980-84 - Folders 17-20: Turkey, 1990-98 - Folder 21: Bahrain - Folders 22-23: Iran - Folder 24: Iraq

232

Bulletins, reports, press releases 1979-1988 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Europe, Central Asia, Middle East

Mediums / types include: Bulletins, reports, press releases

Societies / major themes include: Amnesty International reports, press releases, and Urgent Action bulletins on Europe, Central Asia, Middle East, alphabetical by country: Folder 1: Albania - Folder 2: Austria - Folder 3: Belarus - Folder 4: Belgium - Folder 5: Bosnia-Herzegovina - Folder 6: Bulgaria - Folder 7: Chechen Republic - Folder 8: Croatia - Folder 9: Cyprus - Folder 10: Czech Republic/Czechoslovakia - Folder 11: Denmark - Folder 12: Estonia - Folder 13: European Community - Folder 14: France - Folder 15: Finland - Folder 16: Georgia - Folder 17: Germany - Folder 18: GDR - Folder 19: Greece - Folder 20: Hungary - Folder 21: Ireland - Folder 22: Italy - Folder 23: Latvia - Folder 24: Lithuania - Folder 25: Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Norway - Folder 26: Poland - 27: Portugal - Folder 28: Romania - Folder 29: Russia - Folder 30: Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland - Folder 31: Ukraine - Folder 32: UK - Folders 33-34: USSR - Folders 35-36: Yugoslavia - Folder 37: Azerbaydzhani Republic - Folder 38: Kazakstan - Folder 39: Kyrgyzstan - Folder 40: Tajikistan - Folder 41: Turkmenistan - Folder 42: Uzbekistan - Folders 43-45: Turkey

233

Bulletins, reports, press releases 1979-1988 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Middle East, North Africa

Mediums / types include: Bulletins, reports, press releases

Societies / major themes include: Amnesty International reports, press releases, and Urgent Action bulletins on the Middle East and North Africa, by country: Folder 1: Israel - Folder 2: Jordan - Folder 3: Kuwait - Folder 4: Lebanon - Folder 5: Saudi Arabia - Folder 6: Palestinian Authority - Folder 7: Syria - Folder 8: United Arab Emirates - Folder 9: Yemen - Folder 10: Libya - Folder 11: Tunisia - Folders 12- 14: Israel and Occupied Territories

234

Newsletters, reports 1988-1999 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Newsletters, publication lists, bulletins

Societies / major themes include: Amnesty International Folder 1: Amnesty International Legal Support Network Newsletter: Vol. 7, No. 2, Vol. 8 No. 1-2, Vol. 9, No. 1, Vol. 11, No. 1, Special Supplement issue on The Women's Convention. 1991-95 Folder 2: ANLetter: Vol. 1, No. 1, Vol. 2, No. 1-2, Vol. 3, No. 1-4, Vol. 4, No. 1 1993-95 Folder 3: Amnesty International Country Dossier Lists, 1994 Folder 4: Amnesty International Documents & Publications, 1994 Folder 5: Amnesty International Documents & Publications, 1995: January - June Folder 6: Amnesty International Documents & Publications, 1995: July- December Folder 7: Amnesty International Documents & Publications, 1996: January, February, April - July Folder 8: Amnesty International Documents & Publications, 1996: August - December Folder 9: Amnesty International Documents & Publications, 1997: January - June Folder 10: Amnesty International Documents & Publications, 1997: July - December Folder 11: Amnesty International Documents & Publications, January 1998, September 1999, Bibliography 1982- 1997 Folder 12: Amnesty International Bulletin, Vol. XV, No. 1-6 1988 Folder 13: Amnesty International Bulletin, Vol. XVI, No. 1-6 1989 Folder 14: Amnesty International Bulletin, Vol. XVII, No. 2-6 1990 Folder 15: Amnesty International Bulletin, Vol. XVIII, No. 1-6, Vol. XIX, No. 2 1991-92 Folder 16: Amnesty International News, Vol. 25, No. 1-12, Vol. 26, No. 1-7, 9, 11, Vol. 27, No. 1-6, Vol. 28, No. 1-4 1995 - 1998 Folder 17: Amnesty International Newsletter: 1988- 1992 Folder 18: Amnesty International Newsletter: 1993 - 1994, Urgent Action News: 1993, 1995, Amnesty International In Action: 1990

235

Publications 1998-2001 

Scope and Content Note

Harvard Law School Library Current Awareness Service, 1998 - 2001

236

Publications 1993-1998 

Scope and Content Note

Harvard Law School Library Current Awareness Service, 1993-1998

237

Newsletters, publications, surveys, reports  1977-1997 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Israel, Palestine, The Occupied Territories

Mediums / types include: Newsletters, publications, surveys, reports

Societies / major themes include: Israel Palestine conflict: Palestine Committee of NGO's (1990-1992), Israel & Palestine Political Report (1980-1990), Palestine and Law (1987-1991), Lawyers Committee for Human Rights: Examination of the Detention of Human Rights Workers and Lawyers from West Bank and Gaza and Conditions of Detention at Ketziot (1988), The Israeli League for Human and Civil Rights: Report on the Violations of Human Rights in the Territories during the Uprising, 1988 (1988), State of Israel Ministry of Defence: Coordinator of Government Operations in Judea-Samaria Gaza District Sinai, A Fourteen Year Survey (1982), Centre International pour les Droits Syndicaux: Les Syndicats Palestiniens sous L'Occupation (1989), ICTUR: Occupied Palestine: Trade Unions and the Law (1989), International Center for Peace in the Middle East: Research on Human Rights in the Occupied Territories, 1979-1983 (1983), Peaceful Separation or Enforced Unity (1984), Is Annexation Irreversible (1985), National Lawyers Guild: International Human Rights Law and Israel's Efforts to Suppress the Palestinian Uprising (1988), Treatment of Palestinians in Israeli-Occupied West Bank and Gaza (1977), Palestine/Israel Bulletin (1979-1986), Palestine/Israel File (1997), Palestine Perspectives (1978-1990), The DataBase Project on Palestinian Human Rights: Uprising in Palestine, The First Year (1989)

238

Press releases, newsletters, surveys, reports, publications 1975-1995 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Israel, Palestine, The Occupied Territories

Mediums / types include: Newsletters, surveys, reports, publications, press releases

Societies / major themes include: Israel-Palestine conflict, Palestinian uprising, first Intifada. Palestine Human Rights Information Center, Database Project on Palestinian Human Rights, Human Rights Update, (1987-1993), Gaza Center for Rights and Law (1992-1995), Institute for Palestine Studies Beirut: United Nations Resolutions on Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict (1975-77, 1979-80), Various Publications (1979-1993), International Documents on Palestine (1974-75)

239

Publications 1985-1998 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Israel, Palestine, The Occupied Territories

Mediums / types include: Publications

Societies / major themes include: Institute for Palestine Studies Beirut: Journal of Palestine Studies: A Quarterly on Palestinian Affairs and the Arab-Israeli Conflict, Vol. XV, No. 1 - Vol. XXVIII, No. 1 (1985-1998)

240

Training manuals, curricula, reports, seminar materials, teaching guides 1981, 1984, 1986, 1988-91, 1993-97, 1999-2000, 2004 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Canada, Australia, USA, Africa, UK, Eastern Europe, Europe Mediums / types include: Training manuals, manuals, syllabuses, reference manuals, curriculums, reports, annotated primers, teaching guides, handbooks, collected materials, seminar materials, collected materials, collected documents, memoranda, course agenda, bulletins Societies / major themes include: Commonwealth Secretariat Human Rights Unit, Human Rights Directorate Department of Canadian Heritage, 1993 International Year of the World’s Indigenous People (Australian Government Publishing Service), Human Rights Research and Education Centre (University of Ottawa), Droits de la Personne (7-9 juin, 1995), L’Institut Canadian du Service Exterieur, Amnesty International – USA & Coast Ridge Research & Education Center (Conscience and Human Rights: An Amnesty International Curriculum), Council of Ministers of Education Canada, Human Resources Development Canada, “in response to the International survey in preparation for the forty-fourth session of the international conference on education Geneva (October 3-8, 1994),” An annotated primer for selecting democratic and human rights education teaching materials, Education Program Support Unit Open Society Institute, “Torture by governments,” creation of human rights (rough translation), Amnesty International USA, SINIKO: Towards a Human Rights Culture in Africa, Housing in urban communities, People’s Decade of Human Rights Education, Department of the Secretary of State of Canada, Catholic Fund for Overseas Development, UNESCO, United Nations Centre for Human Rights Professional Training Series, Contents of binder (“Human Rights Education: Amnesty International Canada Section”), UK Association of Rights and Humanity, Human Rights Education and Training in Eastern Europe Teacher Training Seminar (19-23 April 1995, Krakow, Poland), Contents of binder: Canadian Labour Congress Educational Service, Centre International de Formation a l’Enseignement des Droits de l’Homme et de la Paix (CIFEDHOP) (30 juin au 5 juillet 1986), HRI Teaching Human Rights, Council of Europe, “Symposium on ‘Human Rights Education in Schools in Western Europe’” (Vienna, 17-20 May 1983), “European Teachers’ Seminar on ‘Human rights education in a global perspective’” (Are, Sweden, 9-14 August 1987), “40th Council of Europe Teachers’ Seminar on ‘Human rights education in pre-primary schools’” (Donaueschingen, 20-25 June 1988), Council of Europe, 40th Council of Europe Teachers’ Seminar on ‘Human rights education in pre-primary schools’” (Donaueschingen, 20-25 June 1988) (French edition), 28e Seminaire du Conseil de l’Europe pour enseignants sur L’education aux droiits de l’homme a l’ecole primaire>> (Donaueschingen, 24-29 juin 1985), “Teachers’ course on ‘Teaching and learning about human rights in the compulsory school’” (Magleas Kursuscenter, Birkerod, Denmark 5-10 October 1985), Committee of Experts for the Promotion of Education and Information in the Field of Human Rights, Intensive Course in Health and Human Rights (June 21-24, 2004 – Boston, MA)

242

Statements, reports, conference materials, testimonies, news releases 1982-91 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Canada, South Africa, Southern Africa, Africa, Zambia, Namibia, USA, UK

Mediums / types include: Scanned articles, statements, reports, testimonies, reports, newsletters, fact sheets, press releases, bulletins, scanned newspaper clippings, statements and speeches, news releases, releases, correspondences, statement notes, newspaper clippings, photos, speeches, notes for addresses, addresses, debate transcripts, debate reports, conference materials, faxes, letters to members, conference documents, forum materials, position papers, scanned agendas, news bulletins

Societies / major themes include: Africa Report, International Human Rights law Group, sanctions toward South Africa, United Nations Centre Against Apartheid, Testimony of John Silber before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Report of the Secretary of State’s Advisory Committee on South Africa, Southern Africa Report, US Department of State, The Unemployed & Poverty Action Council, Robert McNamara, Contents of Folder (CoF) (“Statements & Speeches by Joe Clark & External Affairs 1984-85-86”), Canada House of Commons, CoF (“Prime minister Brian Mulrooney – Statements & Speeches 1985”), International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa, Canada Foreign Policy Series, CoF (“External Affairs and International Trade Canada”), News Release Secretary of State for External Affairs, SADCC, CIDA, Nelson Mandela, Canada Action on South Africa, CoF (“U.S.A. Policy Towards S.A. 1982-1986 + Clippings on Sullivan Principles 25”), “U.S.A. – Policy Towards S.A. 1987 → present 25”), CoF (“U.S.A. – Relations with Southern Africa – Clippings 25”), CoF (“1989 Statements & Speeches by Joe Clark + External Affairs 1990 & 1991”), Secretary of State for External Affairs, Government of Canada, CoF (“1988 Statements & Speeches by Joe Clark & External Affairs”), CoF (“House of Commons Debates / Human Development in Southern Africa (Halifax, March 4 & 5, 1983), International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa (Canada)”), CoF (“Western Regional Anti Apartheid Conference, Winnipeg Nov 10-12, 1989”), Western Canada Workshops, African National Congress, Canadian Anti-Apartheid networks, mass democratic movement (MDM), Boycott Shell!, CoF (“Various Conferences – Canadian Assoc of African Studies Conference 7-9 May ’87, Unidroit Conference May 1988, International Conference of Advertisers, Conference on Human Develop. In SA, South African development Coordination Conference”), CoF (“CCIC Conference ~ Preliminary Papers + Brochures”), CoF (“CCIC Conference ~ Papers on Sanctions”), CoF (“CCIC Conference ‘Taking Sides in SA’ Montreal Feb 27 – March 1 1987”), CoF (“Working Forum on Law & Apartheid February 10 – 12, 1989 Faculty of Law – University of Ottawa”) (and in French), CoF (“Working Forum on Law & Apartheid February 10 – 12, 1989 Faculty of Law – University of Ottawa”) (and in French), CoF (“CCIC Conference ‘Taking Sides in S.A’ Montreal Feb 27 March 1 1987 (more info)”), CoF (“Working Forum on Law & Apartheid February 10 – 12, 1989 Faculty of Law – University of Ottawa”) (also in French), CoF (“National Parallel Commonwealth Conference on S.A Vancouver 1987”), media folder, National Executive Committee of the African National Congress, a democratic South Africa, CoF (“Journalists Conference March 16, 17 & 18 1989 – Regina”), Canadian Association of African Studies 18th Annual Meeting (10 – 13 May 1989), CoF (“Western Regional Anti-Apartheid Conference, Winnipeg Nov 10-12, 1989”), Commonwealth News, Royal Commonwealth Society Ottawa Branch Newsletter (September and January)

243

Training manuals, conference materials, course materials, reports, bulletins 1983-88, 1990-91, 1993, 1995-96, 2001, 2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Australia, Latin America, (world)

Mediums / types include: Training manuals, guides, action plans, course materials, fliers, order forms, news reports, scanned articles, bulletins, reports, programs, workshop programs, scanned reports, conference materials

Societies / major themes include: Professional Training Series No. 7: Training Manual on Human Rights Monitoring (Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, United Nations), The AustLII Guide to Legal Research on the Internet, National Action Plan Australia, Violations and Redemocratization in Latin America (Spring 1990, Harvard), Human Rights Summer College 1991 (materials relating to each session), CoF (“Summer Course / ‘The European System of Human Rights Protection’ / 10 – 21 September, 2001”), Keith Suter, International Association of Human Rights Teachers and Researchers, World Association for School as an Instrument of Peace, Centre International de Formation a l’Enseignement des Droits de l’Homme et de la Paix, 4th International Workshop on Resource Mobilisation (5-8 May 2003, Bangkok), human rights education in public health graduate schools, Asociacion Latinoamericana para los Derechos Humanos (ALDHU), “AustLII – Technology and the politics of law on the net” (1996 Australasian Legal Education Forum, Macquarie University, 5-6 July 1996), International Congress on Education for Human Rights and Democracy (Montreal, 8-11 March 1993)

244

Reports, newsletters, manuals, guides, handbooks 1977, 1983-84, 1987-2000, 2003-04 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: USA, Iraq, Kurdistan, Canada, Turkey, South America, Malawi, Malaysia, Nepal, Palestine, Israel, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Namibia, Africa

Mediums / types include: Serial bulletins, reports, correspondence, press releases, bulletins, fliers, serial bulletins, essays, newsletters, manuals, training manuals, educational reports, handbooks, scanned reports, bilingual reports, case studies, news reports, correspondence, litigation dockets, fact sheet booklets, primers, discussion guides, serial publications, scanned articles, letters to members, brochures, programs, catalogs, collections of essays, guides, procedure manuals, order forms, workbooks, circulars, serial newsletters, handbooks, letters to readers, seminar programs

Societies / major themes include: Kurdish Life (vol. 1, 3-4, 7-11, 13, 15, 18, 20-22, 25), Kurdistan Human Rights Bulletin, United Nations Economic and Social Council, Human Rights Internet, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Iraq Kurdistan Front, Kurdish Affairs, Kurdish Life, The Kurdish Museum, Kurdish News, Kurdistan Committee of Canada, humanitarianism and the Kurds, Kurdistan Human Rights Bulletin, Report of a UNESCO-UNU International Training Seminar on the Handling of Documentation & Information on Human Rights (22 – 24 November 1988, United Nations University, Tokyo), Focus on Study Circles (the newsletter of the Study Circles Resource Center), Humanities International Human Rights Committee, Focus on Study Circles (the newsletter of the Study Circles Resource Center), Les normes internationals du travail, training course on international human rights law for judges and lawyers of South America, The rights of the world’s children, teachers’ handbook (teaching the UN Convention on the rights of the child), Wayne State University (Center for Peace and Conflict Studies), Celebrate National Child Day (November 20, 1998), Malawi Human Rights Resource Centre (MHRRC), Report of a Workshop to Develop Curriculum for Training Human Rights Activists: 24-29 May 1993 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM – ASIA), Curriculum for Continuing Education of Human Rights Activists, International Human Rights Kit, Making Democracy Work, case study on former Nepalese street child, “Street Law,” Work In Progress: A Review of Research Activities of the United Nations University, Ratz (Limited Violence and the Intifada), Laurie S. Wiseberg, Association for Civil Rights in Israel, The Rights of the child, World Campaign for Human Rights, children victims of state violence, UNICEF, Discussion Guides from the Study Circles Resource Center, US death penalty, Recovery (research & cooperation on violence education & rehabilitation of young people), EFA 2000, UNESCO, Etudes Internationales, International Human Rights Internship Programs, Council of Europe, 23rd National Legal Conference on Immigration and Refugee Policy (Washington DC, March 30-31, 2000), Todos los Derechos para Todos, International Human Rights Trust, Department of Foreign Affairs (Dublin, Ireland), Legal Research & Resource Development Centre / LRRDC Human Rights Education Series, UNICEF (“A compilation of key texts on child work and basic education”), A Guide to Human Rights and the Humanitarian Law, Les Elections et Nous, Seminaire Naitonal sur les Partis Politiques (Abidjan, 18-20 Mars 1994), The United Nations Decade for Human Rights Education (1995 – 2004), Programme Regional de Formation et de Perfectionnement (PREFEP), Namibia Institute for Democracy, equal opportunity in employment, Ontario Human Rights Commission, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Focus on Study Circles (Newsletter of the Study Circles Resource Center), The Human Rights Handbook: A Practical Guide to Monitoring Human Rights, Amnesty International (Special Programme on Africa), Center for Global Education (Augsburg College), Monitoring and Reporting Human Rights Violations in Africa

245

Programs, reports, calendars, application forms, conference programs 1977, 1980-81, 1983, 1985, 1989-90, 1992, 1994-99, 2001 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Canada, Australia, USA, Puerto Rico, Bolivia, Brazil, Uruguay, Asia, The Philippines, Cambodia, Europe

Mediums / types include: Brochures, circulars, fliers, programs, reports, calendars, correspondence, lectures, funding requests, application forms, activities schedules, questionnaires, teaching guides, conference programs, newsletters, seminar programs, catalogs, conference fliers, program directories, articles, scanned reports, course manuals, resource directories, course descriptions, edited collection, VHS tapes

Societies / major themes include: Women’s Human Rights Database Group, Human Rights Internet, Australian Human Rights Information Centre, Peoples of the Asia-Pacific Region, Canadian Human Rights Foundation, Diplomacy Training Program, Laurie S. Wiseberg, various UNESCO chairs, Association Pour le Developpement des Libertes Fondamentales, Laurie S. Wiseberg, University of Oxford and George Washington University joint program in International Human Rights Law (New College, Oxford 4 July – 31 July 1999), International institute of Human Rights, Canadian Human Rights Foundation, Canadian Friends Service Committee (“Quakers”), International Institute of Human Rights, International interdisciplinary Course on Children’s Rights (Ghent, Belgium, 27 June – 4 July 1998), Summer University on Human Rights and the Right to Education, Laurie S. Wiseberg, University of Cambridge Censorship Summer School (1-14 August 1999), Organization of American States Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, A teaching guide to United Nations and Decolonization, White House Conference on Indian Education, Second International Education Conference (October 12-16, 1994), Joint Working Group on Development Education, Human Rights Internet, Proyecto Caribeno de Justicia y Paz, Compana Contra el Juguete Belico y la Diversion Violenta (18 de octubre de 1989 al 5 de enero de 1990), Programa Interdiscipinatio de Investigaciones en Educacion, Educare AI Diritti (Amnesty International), CODEHUCA, CEAAL, Somos la Esperanza, La Alegria de Ser, La Mujer y La Ley, Centro de Estudios de la Mujer (CEM), UNESCO, UNESCO Regional Conference on Human Rights Education in Europe (18021 September 1997, Turku/Abo, Finland), Association of Finnish Adult Education Organisations, Un seminario de la CMOPE (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, agosto 11-13 1980), Educacion y derechos humanos, centros comunitarios de aprendizaje, Center for Teaching International Relations (CTIR), International Institute of Human Rights (28th study session, Strasbourg 30 June – 25 July 1997), Asia Forum on Human Rights and Development (FORUM – ASIA), Philippine Alliance of Human Rights Advocates (PAHRA), Human Rights education in health graduate schools, United Nations economic and social council, UN commission on human rights, United Nations decade for human rights education (1995 – 2004), UN General Assembly, National Film Board of Canada, Multiculturalism and Citizenship Canada, Fondation Reconnue d’Utilite Publique, Summer courses on human rights, International Human Rights internship program, Asian Research Center for Migration, The World Education Center, Human Rights: international human rights and US policy (a unit for high school and junior college classes), Directory of central America classroom resources k-12 (curricula, audio-visuals, supplemental resources, organizations, directories), “Teaching Human rights in Cambodia – (1992-96) an overview,” Asian Human Rights Commission & Asian Legal Resource Center, Asian Regional Resource Center, Council of Europe, human rights education, University of Oxford international human rights law program, St. Thomas University (calendar 1998-1999), MKO Prisoners in Abu Ghraib (www.iranhumanrights.org), Stand up NOW for human rights! (Council of Europe), You have rights: Leaders and Human Rights promoters in Peru, Women hold up the sky, English version (NTSC)

246

issues 26-158 of Info-Turk 1978-90 

247

Correspondence, reports, catalogs, collected syllabi, symposium programs 1982, 1986, 1988-92 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Kashmir, India, Canada, USA

Mediums / types include: Correspondence, symposia materials, conference programs, reports, scanned articles, catalogs, order forms, bibliographies, fliers, scanned lists, lists of newspaper clippings, appendixes, newsletters, fliers, publication catalogs, symposium programs, collected syllabi, collected documents

Societies / major themes include: Contents of Folder (CoF) (“Tufts University”), The experimental college symposia project student encomia, “Complicity and Resistance: confronting social and political evil” (March 1-2, 1991), The Institute for Defence Studios and Analyses, The Boston Globe, Black Rose Books, United Nations Publications, National Indian Brotherhood, Ottawa Women’s Bookstore, Views from a Changing Africa (The Codesria Book Series), Canadian Council for International Co-Operation, Peace Research Institute – Dundas, list of Candian Indian Reserves and Bands, DEC Book Distribution, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, ILSS Newsletter (International Literary Support Services), A Tufts University symposium on secrecy and US Foreign policy, Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation (CERA), Central America Resource Center, International Peace Research Institute Oslo, Fourth Annual Experimental College Symposia Project (Tufts University, February 27 – March 5 1989), The Militarization of the Third World (March 2-3, 1990, Fifth Annual Experimental College Symposia Project, Tufts University), Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Learning Resources in International Studies, DEC Book Distribution, REF SYLLABI Vol. 2 27-38, REF SYLLABI Vol. 1 1-26, REF SYLLABI Vol. 3 39-70, REF SYLLABI Vol. 4 71-, HRE – Lat America Fruhring 1990 v.1

248

Training manuals, reports, syllabi, conference proceedings, newsletters 1977-88, 1991, 1994-95, 1997-99, 2001, 2003 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa, Bangladesh, Canada, South Asia, USA, Africa, Chile, Lesotho, Turkey, El Salvador

Mediums / types include: Training manuals, reports, manuals, syllabi, information kits, course materials, conference proceedings, resource manuals, newsletters, seminar materials, guides, seminar schedules, conference materials, correspondence, pamphlets, guide reports, collected talks, training courses, study reports, scanned articles, syllabus sourcebooks, brochures, comic books, magazines, catalogs, edited collections, postcards (for clemency), occasional papers, conference reports, cd

Societies / major themes include: Women’s Rights as Human Rights, The Vote Girl, women’s suffrage in Canada, “Empowering Women at the Grassroots: A manual for women’s human rights education,” UN Decade for Human Rights Education (1995-2005), Women’s human rights, International Human Rights Syllabi (Women and Rights), human rights education for women (an Islamic perspective), 50th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (basic information kit no.1), United Nations, “Industrial Relations Honours – 1994 / Course EIU4: Personnel Psychology and Manpower: Module 4, Gender Oppression and Implications for Industrial Relations,” Training of Trainers in Human Rights (Dhaka, July 16-31), South Asian Forum for Human Rights, United Nations (Office of the high commissioner for human rights), Istanbul Protocol, Institute for African Alternatives (IFAA) (Soweto Training Programme), Contents of binder(“HR Friends Committee on National Legislation Washington Newsletter”), FCNL (Friends Committee on National Legislation) Washington newsletter (issues 391-438, 440-489), Contents of Binder, Human Rights Internet Training Seminar “Training Programme on Human Rights Information and Documentation” (July 4-11, 1999), A guide to the African Charter on human & peoples’ rights (English and French versions), Interafrican Union for Human Rights (IUHR), Seminaire regional sur l’education aux droits humains UIDH / UNESCO (Ouagadougou, du 18 au 22 aout 1997), Women’s Human Rights Education (a training manual), Task Force on Filipino Comfort Women, People’s Decade of Human Rights Education, University of Chile’s Law School (Human Rights Center / HRC), “Embracing women as full owners of human rights,” Gender Focus on the WTO, Amnesty International, Centro dos Direitos Humanos das Nacoes Unidas, University of Chile (Human Rights Center), Community Action guide for human rights year and beyond (honoring the 50th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights), “To covenant or not to covenant: a guide for the study of functions of the covenants and declarations,” A dialogue on third world women: learning through the humanities (a series of talks organized by the Third World Women’s Project of the Institute for Policy Studies, funded by a grant from the D.C. Community Humanities Council), health effects of female circumcision, United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (expert meeting on the teaching of human rights, 26-30 July 1982 & 12-16 September 1978), Development studies for Lesotho, “about the Constitution of the United States of America,” UNESCO, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Anti-Defamation League, Turkish Yearbook of Human Rights, A Discussion Guide on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, media and women, Women’s Institute for Freedom of the Press, WCOTP and the Status of Women in Education, Women Peace and Protest, Institute for Cultural Research and Action (ICRA), “Shiva’s Plight: a story of a child worker,” Zeitlupe 13, PZ (German magazine), Constitutional Rights Foundation (annual report), “the global plantation,” racism and sexism resource center, Council on Interracial Books for Children, Bill of Rights in Action, International Trade Union News, The Slant of the Pen: Racism in Children’s Books, Employment and Immigration Canada, ¿Respetamos los Derechos del Nino?, “The Canadian Labour Congress and its affiliates seek clemency for Lenoard Peltier,” Centre for Multicultural Education (University of London Institute of Education), “Racism in society and schools: history, policy and practice,” United Nations Association, Council for Education in World Citizenship, Philippine Nurses Association, Nuremberg War Crimes Trials On-Line CD-ROM

249

Reports, bulletins, working documents, correspondence, handwritten notes 1974-76, 1978-89 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Canada, Asia, USA, Mexico, Latin America

Mediums / types include: Bibliography printouts, handwritten notes, reports, scanned articles, reference documents, bulletins, analyses, working documents, seminar reports, annotated programs, rules of procedures, magazines, photos, exercise activities, lesson plans, pamphlets, agendas, notes, programs, comic books, handwritten notes, memoranda, correspondence, printouts, newsletters

Societies / major themes include: Contents of Folder (CoF) (“Printing Estimates”), Laurie S. Wiseberg, Amnesty International, “Project: Vredesopvoeding in de basisschool – derde graad –,” the case for torture, International Congress on Human Rights Teaching Information and Documentation (Malta, 31 August – 5 September 1987), UNESCO, Meeting of the Experts on the Place of Human Rights in Cultural and Religious Traditions (Bangkok (Thailand) – 3-7 December 1979), United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (International Meeting on Human Rights, Unesco, Paris 5-7 December 1988), Human Rights Education Bulletin, Analysis of replies to questionnaire to evaluate the state of implementation of the plan for the development of teaching of human rights, International Congress on Human Rights Teaching Information and Documentation (Malta, 31 August – 5 September 1987), “Nine years after Vienna: UNESCO’s action to promote human rights,” Informal Consultation to assess progress achieved in the implementation of the Plan for the Development of the Teaching of Human Rights (Unesco, Paris 5-7 December 1988), “Experts meeting on the teaching of human rights” (Strasbourg, France, 26-30 July 1982), UNESCO, “Human Rights teaching, information & dissemination: report of Asia-Pacific regional seminar (Sydney 1987), United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization, International Experts Meeting on the problems connected with the rights of peoples and the historical and practical significance of these problems (Harare, Zimbabwe, 2-5 December 1985), International Congress on Human Rights Teaching Information and Documentation (Malta, 31 August – 5 September 1987), Informal consultation to assess progress achieved in the implementation of the Plan for the Development of the Teaching of Human Right (Unesco, Paris 9 to 12 July 1985), Colloque international sur les repercussions des recents progres scientifiques et techniques sur les droits de l’homme (Barcelona, Spain, 25-28 mars 1985), International Congress on Human Rights Teaching Information and Documentation (Malta, 31 August – 5 September 1987), International meeting of experts on the role of social studies in education for peace and respect for human rights (23-29 May 1976), Colloque international d’experts sur les themes: droits de solidarite et droits de peuples (Saint-Marin, 4-8 octobre 1982), International Congress on Human Rights Teaching Information and Documentation (Malta, 31 August – 5 September 1987), seminar on approaches to human rights in Asia (New Delhi, 12-15 November 1982), Canadian response to the Unesco’s questionnaire on the objectives of the congress on the teaching of human rights, “Recommendation concerning education for international understanding, co-operation and peace and education relating to human rights and fundamental freedoms” (adopted by the general conference at its eighteenth session Paris, 19 November 1974), International Congress on Human Rights Teaching Information and Documentation (Malta, 31 August – 5 September 1987), United Nations Social and Economic Council, “The Unesco Courier," Contents of Binder (“Interracial Books for Children Bulletin 1978 →”), Picture-Pac activities on sexism and racism, Peace education (Canadian and international perspectives), International institute of Human Rights (International Training Center for University Human Rights Teachers, 10th session: 5 July – 13 August, 1982), International Protection of Human Rights, Human Rights Internet, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Association mondiale pour l’ecole instrument de paix

250

Bulletins, seminar reports, reports, training manuals, pamphlets 1970, 1973, 1976, 1979-87, 1989, 1992, 1994-01 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: (general), USA, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Colombia, Chile, Belgium, Southern Africa, France, Canada, Sudan, Africa

Mediums / types include: Bulletins, seminar reports, booklet series, training manuals, handbooks, working papers, newsletters, scanned chapters, reports, correspondence, conference programs, handwritten notes, programs, draft proposals, committee reports, pamphlets, statutes, collected scanned documents, seminar programs, essays, syllabuses, scanned book chapters, scanned articles, participant handbooks, manuals, bibliographies, workshop programs, info booklets, conference reports, draft reports, government responses, briefing notes, annual reports, information kits

Societies / major themes include: OIEC Bimestriel Bulletin (Catholic International Education Office) (issues 46-57, 59-84), Association mondiale pour l’Ecole instrument de paix (E.I.P.), Centre international de formation a l’enseignement des droits de l’homme & de la paix (Geneve, du 2 au 7 juillet 1984), “More than just a dozen: A series of 12 educational booklets about Women and Global Development,” 1995 UN Conference on Women, Commission de l’immigration et du statut de refugie, Direction generale de la documentation de l’information et des recherches, Refworld on CD-ROM training manual, Action Coalition for Global Change, International Institute (University of Michigan), World Council of Churches (Churches seeking reconciliation and peace), Office for standards in education, nastava o ujedinjenim nacijama i pitanjima medunarodnih odnosa u osnovnim i srednjim skolama, Institut Africain des droits de l’homme, consejo de educacion de adultos de America latina, Human Rights Internet, Laurie S. Wiseberg, III Conferencia Regional de Andragogia (San Jose – Costa Rica 3, 4, 5, 6, y 7 de Agosto de 1982), CoF (“UNESCO Teaching Book (Human Rights) Latin American Information”), Educacion Para los Derechos Humanos en Colombia, III Conferencia Regional de Andragogia (San Jose – Costa Rica 3, 4, 5, 6, y 7 de Agosto de 1982), Consejo de Educacion de Adultos de America Latina (CEAAL), “educar para la paz y los derechos humanos: una vision desde Chile,” Indian Society of International Law (ISIL), Laurie S. Wiseberg, “For the creation of public opinion favourable to the establishment of a new international economic order” (“NGO (Unesco) Meeting 25, 26, 28 November 1980 Unesco House Paris”), Association pour l’egalite devant la loi entre les femmes et les hommes, CoF (“ICJ – Press Releases”), International Monetary Fund (“Purposes, structure and activities”), “Glaube in der 2 Welt (statuten)," Salzburg Seminar 1989, Mouvement pour de desarmement la paix & la liberte – MCAA,” Servicio Colombiano de Comunicacion Social, Cinco (Centro de Investigacion y Consultoria), Inter-American Institute of Human Rights, Consejo Indio de Sud America (C.I.S.A.), Seminario de Educacao (Parati), Literaturliste fur die Vorlesung (“Friedenssicherung und internationaler Menschenrechtsschutz”), Societa’ Italiana per la Organizzazione Internazionale, The Beijing Express (21 – 28 August 1995) UNDP Participant Handbook, SINIKO: Towards a human rights culture in Africa, “International Human Rights Standards and Education” (AI Index), “10 Basic human rights standards for law enforcement officials,” Amnesty International human rights education (bibliography: volume v), Third African NGO Human Rights Education Workshop (Human Rights for Africa, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 13-17 January 1997), Campaign for Human Rights Education newsletter, The United Nations for Young People (a booklet of questions and answers), High Commission for Human Rights Centre for Human Rights, Council of Ministers of Education Canada (International Education at the Elementary and Secondary Levels in Canada, June 1989), “United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organizations” (International Conference on Education, 3-8 October 1994), The Baha’I International Community, United Nations Centre for Human Settlements (UNCHS), The Spirit of Human Rights Dialogues, “The response of the government of the Sudan to the report of the special rapporteur, Mr. Gaspar Biro,” Canada-Asia working group, Amnesty International, Questions and answers about Human Rights Watch, Servicio Colombiano de Comunicacion Social (Bogota), Institute of European Law, Contents of Binder (“Information kit for women in Africa: African training and research centre for women, United Nations Economic Commission for Africa”)

251

Syllabuses, correspondence, reports, course materials, handwritten notes 1978, 1980-84, 1987-90, 1995 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: (general), USA, Canada, Europe, Sweden, Chile, The Philippines, Malaysia

Mediums / types include: Syllabuses, handwritten notes, correspondence, bibliographies, proposed syllabuses, conference programs, proposals, course outlines, brochures, seminar programs, scanned documents, course descriptions, field guides, conference papers, information notes, memorandums, course materials, school curriculums, reports, newsletters, scanned articles, teaching documents, translated summaries, course documents, appendixes, scanned lists, model course manuals, bulletins, scanned reports, conference report outlines, notes, subscription forms, news releases, course prospectuses, guide and documents

Societies / major themes include: Human Rights Issues and the Third World, Human Rights religion and theology, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Political education for secondary schools, Human Rights Internet, “United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organizations” (International Congress on the Teaching of Human Rights, Vienna, Austria, 12-16 September 1978), “courses related to health and welfare: women, children and the family," Law of communication, proposal for Unesco publication, Institute of International Relations for Advanced Studies on Peace and Development in Asia, Legal education, ALI-ABA / FBA course of study (International Human Rights, November 10-11, 1989, in Washington, D.C.), Field guide to Alternative Media, “United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization: experts meeting on the teaching of human rights, palais des congress (Strasbourg, France, 26-30 July 1982), Council of Europe, “United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization” (International congress on the teaching of human rights, Vienna, Austria, 12-16 September 1978), National Swedish Board of Education (1980 compulsory school curriculum), Justice and Peace (Scotland), Scientific and Cultural Organization: experts meeting on the teaching of human rights, palais des congress (Strasbourg, France, 26-30 July 1982), Blueprint for Social Justice, “Promotion of Education and Information in the Field of Human Rights” (Human Rights Directorate, Department of the Secretary of State, Ottawa), UNESCO bibliography on the International and Comparative Law of Human Rights (International Studies Association), Human rights law, constitutional and administrative law, CoF (“Re Syllabae volume: uform the fellowship (?)”), Human Rights Internet, Laurie S. Wiseberg, American foreign policy, seminar in international human rights law, CoF (“Teaching”), Teaching of International Protection of Human Rights: A Proposed Course Outline, CoF (“Academia de Humanismo Cristiano”), CoF (“Syllabi – Not Relevant”), CoF (“Syllabi: Done”), human rights issues and the third world, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Mamamayang nagkakaisa kay Aquino (consensus-seeking program), Human rights and US foreign policy, Maryland courses on public philosophy, Center for the study of human rights (Columbia University), Bulletin of the International Bureau of Education, Agusan Literary Program, “United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization: experts meeting on the teaching of human rights, palais des congress (Strasbourg, France, 26-30 July 1982), “United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organizations” (International Congress on the Teaching of Human Rights, Vienna, Austria, 12-16 September 1978), Legal Education and Human Rights in India, The scope of human rights in Malaysia, Unesco, Anti-Defamation League, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Human rights and the international system, Human Rights Documents (guide to the microform collection, 1984-86), Human Rights Documents (guide to the microform collection, cumulative guide 1980-86), Human Rights Documents (guide to the microform collection, cumulative guide 1980-88), Human Rights Documents (guide to the microform collection, supplement 1991), Human Rights Documents (guide to the microform collection, cumulative guide 1980-86), Human Rights Documents (guide to the microform collection, cumulative guide 1980-88), Laurie S. Wiseberg

252

Conference materials, conference papers, memoranda, activities reports, hearing reports 1975, 1977-81, 1983, 1985-89 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Senegal, Egypt, USSR, Europe, USA, Romania, Eastern Europe, Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, Afghanistan, Cyprus

Mediums / types include: Programs, conference materials, list of conference attendees, conference papers, typed notes, news releases, conference documents, correspondence, lists of peoples, lists of institutions, lists of seminars, memorandums, profiles, brochures, activities reports, competition descriptions, lists of schools, committee print reports, hearing reports

Societies / major themes include: “Introduction a la creation regionale de la charte Africaine des droits de l’homme et des peuples” (La Caire, 25-28 Novembre 1985), Second International Conference Peoples Rigths, 1985 (Zagazig University, Egypt), International Conference on Religious Liberty, Droits de l’homme et droit a l’autodetermination, human rights and environment, People’s rights for peace and development, self-determination, Rights to development in undeveloped countries, basic needs, penal law, rights to self-determination, Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, “Socio-Economic Rights of Soviet Citizens: The Workers’ Question,” document of the Stockholm Conference, Conference on Security and co-operation in Europe (Final Act), Laurie Wiseberg, social science institutions dealing with research in human rights, human rights internet, Contents of Folder (CoF) (UNESCO’s list of teachers for DB entry,” ERIC/ChESS, National Institute of Education, Commission on security and cooperation in Europe Congress of the United States (Washington, D.C. 20515), American Bar Association (list of law schools offering or planning to offer one or more courses primarily concerned with international human rights February 1980), US House of Representatives, Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Gorbachev, US House of Representatives, Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Charter 77, Hearing before the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Implementation of the Helsinki Accords,

253

Reports 1988-91 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: (general), Sweden, Austria, Mexico, Philippines, Egypt, Denmark, Nicaragua, Canada, Morocco, Ireland, Somalia, Republic of Korea, Burundi, Malta, Ecuador, German Democratic Republic, Panama, Netherlands, New Zealand, Italy, Togo, Cameroon, Dominican Republic, UK, Uruguay, Mauritius, Zaire, Norway, Japan, Barbados, Belgium, Colombia, Rwanda, Iraq, namibia, Argentina, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Aruba, Antilles, Greece, Spain, Chile, Occupied Arab Territories (inc. Palestine), France, Uktrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, Federal Republic of Germany, Democratic Yemen, Mongolia, Bermuda, Montserrat, Guam, United States Virgin Islands, Cayman islands, American Samoa, Turks and caicos Islands, British Virgin Islands, Tokelau, Pitcairn, Anguilla, Puerto Rico, Falkland Islands (Malvinas), East Timor, Southern Africa, new caledonia, South Africa, Western Sahara, Africa, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: United Nations (Convention against torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment; International covenant on civil and political rights; Economic and social council; General assembly; Convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women; International convention on the elimination of all forms of racial discrimination), improvement of status of women in the secretariat, trust territory of the Pacific islands, "committee on economic, social and cultural rights," women, NGOs, advancement of women, refugees

254

Reports, bulletins, handwritten ntoes, pamphlets, brochures 1967-71, 1982-83, 1985-89 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: (general), USA, Africa, Philippines, Nigeria, Canada, Palestine, Australia, Nwe Zealand, Kampuchea, Cambodia, Israel, Chile, Peru, Malaysia, Burma, Guatemala, India

Mediums types include: Reviews, resolutions, addresses, testimonies, statements, handwritten notes, scanned reports, reports, scanned articles, bulletins, fliers, lists, publications, scanned newspaper articles, essays, notes, pamphlets, scanned articles, questionnaires, brochures, catalogs, memoranda, draft summaries, scanned newspaper articles, lists of attendees, faxes, correspondence, newsletters, lists of victims, workshop programs, press releases, policy papers, eulogy addresses, biographical sketches, notices, envelopes, progress reports, minute summaries, bibliographies, articles, lists of seminar participants, lists of members, press releases, court documents, newspaper clippings, lists of participants, calls for papers, fact sheets, conference documents, testimonies

Societies / major themes include: Contents of Folder (“June ’88 US/UN Hearing”), Gus Yatron, Armando Valladares, US House of Representatives (subcommittee on human rights and international organizations), “First session of the UN Committee on economic, social and cultural rights,” human rights and development in Africa, National Institute of Development Research & Documentation, IHRE-SIG bulletin, human rights initiatives in Africa, CoF (“War Reprints #3), Nigeria’s war, Christian council of Nigeria, Biafra War, Biafran relief, CELT Peace Press, Portuguese colonialism in Biafra, religious organizations in Nigerian war, “UN Committee on Economic, social and cultural rights,” Non-Governmental Organizations committee on UNICEF, Oxfam America, refugees, UN Economic and Social Council, ad hoc NGO group on the Drafting of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, International Catholic Child Bureau (ICCB), Working group on the draft convention on the rights of the child (25-29 January 1988), Human Rights Internet, Life Magazine, Association of Arab-American University Graduates Inc., North American Coordinating Committee (NACC), list of Palestinians killed by Israeli occupation forces, Laurie S. Wiseberg, NGO committee on UNICEF, 10th Annual Student Conference on International Affairs (Mount Holyoke College / February 11-14, 1988), The Cambodian Genocide Project Inc., University of Notre Dame, New Jewish Agendas, Marcos, Washington Office on Latin America, Punjab Women Lawyers’ Association, UN Committee Against Torture, Accion y Alternativas para Ninos y Adolescentes en Alto Riesgo, Armenian Film Foundation, Reports on Food and Agriculture Programs of the U.S. Agency for International Development, human rights and NGOs, Koreans on Sakhalin Island, National Union of Eritrean Women, Documents on Education Development, AIDS, The Panos Institute, UN Economic and Social Council, Amnesty International (urgent action releases), Southeast Asian refugees, Human Rights Information and Documentation Systems International (HURIDOCS), Laurie Wiseberg, vigil at UN building (October 5, 1988), Oxfam, The American Jewish Committee (articles of interest in current periodicals, recent additions to the library), Amnesty International publications, African Seminar on Law and Human Rights in Development (National Institute of Development Research & Documentation, University of Botswana, Gaborone, May 24-28, 1982), US assistance to Nicaraguan contras, members of human rights committee, United Nations, ngo committee on unicef, supreme court of India, Organization of African Unity, The American Jewish Committee, UN convention on the rights of the child, Human Rights in Nicaragua, genocide and mass political killings, United Nations, Women’s Rights Action Watch, International Third World Legal Studies Association (INTWORLSA), “‘Political Halley’s Comet’: Law, Politics and the Death Penalty in Global Comparative Perspective,” Fr. Eligio Bianchi, CoF (“Committee Against Torture 1st session 1988”), Quaker United Nations Office, Committee against torture first session (18-22 April 1988), the global assault on press freedom

255

Interviews, reports, handwritten notes, press releases, fliers 1991-93 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: (general), Latin America, Caribbean, Palestine, Eastern Africa, Nepal, Africa, South Korea, Kurdistan, USA, Greenland, Canada

Mediums / types include: Interviews, statistic sheets, articles, press statements, media analysis reports, scanned articles, conference newsletters, addresses, reports, handwritten notes, newspapers, press releases, fliers, event schedules, provisional agendas, collected materials, background releases, conference statements, discussion papers, speaking notes, guideline notes, lists of participants, speech notes, bulletins, programs, newspaper sections, pamphlets, maps, brochures

Societies / major themes include: International Penal Court, NGOs, World Conference on Human Rights (1993), Human Rights Internet, Corporate Communications Division (External Affairs and International Trade Canada), World Conference on Human Rights (Vienna, 14 to 25 June 1993), United Nations World Conference on Human Rights (Vienna, June 14-25, 1993), UN General Assembly, Kashmiri-American Council, UN conference, NGOs, The Earth Times, UN General Assembly, UN Security Council, ICFTU release, trade union rights abuses, B’nai B’rith International, Information Meeting on Palestinian Human Rights, Latin American and Caribbean NGOs, UN World Conference on Human Rights, World Jewish Congress, the Ogoni Review, Contents of Folder (“Original Do not Touch PC 82 Plus”), UN General Assembly, World Conference on Human Rights 1993, Contents of Folder (“PC (157) / 60+61+6[?]”), UN General Assembly, World Conference on Human Rights 1993, CoF (“Human Rights Research & Education Centre”), CoF (“PC 154 “L” Series”), UN General Assembly, World Conference on Human Rights, World conference on human Rights (Preparatory Committee, Geneva, 19-30 April 1993), CoF (“PC 157/62-63”), UN General Assembly, World Conference on Human Rights, World conference on human Rights (Preparatory Committee, Geneva, 19-30 April 1993), CoF (“Pauline Do not Remove”), United Nations, World Conference on Human Rights Vienna NGO newsletter, Inuit Circumpolar Conference (February 16-17, 1993, Geneva), Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), women’s rights, Inuit Tapirisat of Canada, CoF (“WC -- Women's Issues”), Global Tribunal on Violations of Women’s Human Rights, Women’s International Democratic Federation, Women’s Caucus Meeting (NGO), Environnement et Developpement du Tiers-monde (enda), Human Rights Watch, Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiLDAF), NGO News, LiterraViva, CoF (“Vienna”)

256

Report addenda, reports, press releases, summary records, agendas 1975, 1985, 1988-90 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / place include: (general), Netherlands, New Zealand, Iraq, Qatar, Argentina, Burundi, Haiti, China, Italy, Haiti, Republic of Korea, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, China, Bahamas, Palestine, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, Sweden, UK

Mediums / types include: Report addenda, reports, press releases, background reports, correspondence, information notes, symposium reports, summary records, agendas, news bulletins, forum proceedings, bulletins

Societies / major themes include: UN International Convention on the Elimination of All forms of Racial Discrimination, UN General Assembly, UN Economic and Social Council, rights of the child, International Labour conference, Laurie S. Wiseberg, discrimination against indigenous peoples, United Nations, UN Convention against Torture and Other Cruel Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, UN Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women, UN Division for Palestinian Rights, United Nations Children's Fund (Report of the Executive Board, 17-28 April 1989, Supplement no.12), NGO Committee on Unicef, UNICEF Development education, Proceedings of the Fifth Annual NGO forum (United Nations Headquarters, New York, April 11-12, 1989), World Summit for Children, report of the sixth annual ngo forum (UNICEF Headquarters, 19-20 April 1990)

257

Reports, press releases, summary records, maps, bulletins 1954, 1961, 1967-69, 1972, 1976-81, 1983, 1985-90, 1992-93 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: (general), Morocco, Sri Lanka, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Tunisia, Bolivia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Finland, Southern Africa, Korea, Vietnam, Africa, Chile, Philippines, Rhodesia, Canada, El Salvador, Germany, Namibia, Tanzania

Mediums / types include: Report addenda, summary records, lists of provisional rules, correspondence, reports, periodicals, press releases, lists of participants, press releases, statements, policy papers, working papers, maps, bulletins, scanned essays, news releases, newsletters, speeches, fliers, opening statements, explanatory notes, essays, reprinted correspondence, newspaper clippings, profile documents, event programs, brochures

Societies / Major themes include: UN International covenant on civil and political rights, Provisional rules of procedure adopted by the committee at its first and second session, UN international covenant on civil and political rights, ngo committee on unicef, A World Safe for Children: Meeting the Challenge in the 1990s (12-14 September 1990), UN Economic and Social Council, United Nations Children’s Fund, UN international covenant on civil and political rights, UN Children’s Fund Report of the Executive board (supplement no.8), International Review, ONGO (Conference of non-governmental organizations in consultative status with the Untied Nations economic and social council), Laurie S. Wiseberg, UN Economic and Social Council, United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (International Expert Meeting on the Problems Connected with the Rights of Peoples and the Historical and Practical Significance of these Problems, Harare, Zimbabwe, 2-5 December 1985), UN Economic and Social Council, rights of the child, Contents of Folder (“Informatique”), UN General Assembly, Commission on Human Rights, forced labor in America, UN Economic and Social Council, American Bar Association, Refusenik, National Conference on Soviet Jewry, Concerned Third World Lawyers Network, National Anti-Fascism Front of Thailand, United Ireland Coalition, Viet-Nam Bulletin, “Coups d’Etat and Constitutions of Black Africa,” Resolutions of the conference on American Policy Toward Africa (March 9 and 10, 1961), Selected statutory constraints on US Assistance to Foreign countries), Trade Union Cooperatives (Credit Unions in Africa), Labor and Development, Hora Cero, Canadian Federation of Civil Liberties and Human Rights Associations, Inter-Church Committee on Human Rights in Latin America, Amnesty International, Zeitschrift fur Rechtspolitik, Center for National Policy Review, Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy, Human Rights Bulletin (International League for Human Rights), Hora Cero, Conference Mondiale sur les Droits de l’Homme (14-25 juin 1993), United Nations Information Service, Fourth Session of the World Conference Preparatory Committee, International Service for Human Rights, Harvard Film Archive, Ford Foundation, Amnesty International, tribalism, ENDA (English and French editions), unicef, Freedom First: A journal of liberal ideas, CCTD newsletter, Synagogue Council of America, Viet-Nam Bulletin, Asian Center for the Progress of Peoples, UN General Assembly, NGO conferences, Human Rights Defender (University of New South Wales), CoF (“Profile: Julius Kambarage Nyerere / Wm. Edgett Smith. New Yorker 16, 23, 30 Oct”), World Conference on Human Rights (Vienna, June 1993, Program of NGO-Events), Amnesty International, Asian Legal Research Institute, Autrement Vivre (ENDA), People’s News Service, The Africa Fund, UNICEF, Prisoner Bulletin, Voice of Free Korea

258

Bulletins, news releases, reports, correspondence, Q&A series 1982-84, 1987-2000, 2002-04 

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Countries / places include: Yugoslavia (/ Federal Republic of Yugoslavia), Chechnya, Kosovo, Serbia, Montenegro, Republic of Macedonia, Armenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Russia, Croatia, Belgrade, Finland, Canada, USA, Slovenia, Chechen Republic Mediums / types include: Bulletins, news releases, situation reports, reports, periodicals, news reports, new releases, briefing papers, correspondence, Q&A series, cultural profiles, newsletters, news bulletins, prisoner profiles, bulletins, faxes, statements, folders with documents, fliers, report addenda, magazine supplements, pamphlets, scanned photos Societies / major themes include: International Federation of Human Rights Leagues, Post Yugoslavian states, Amnesty International, Stop Violence Against Women, Amnesty International, Alternativna Informativna mreza (AIM), Doctors Without Borders, Human Rights Watch, OSCE Review Conference, World medical Association Resolution on Reported Violations of Health Related Human Rights in Kosova, Norwegian Observation Reports, Tribunal Update, Balkan Crisis Report, Women’s Action Update, International Society for Human Rights, Alternativna Informativna mreza (AIM), Helsinki Watch, News from the US Committee for Refugees, UN Economic and Social Council, International Committee of the Red Cross Bulletin, CSCE news release, Serbian killing of civilians in Bosnia-Herzegovina, UN International covenant on civil and political rights, Amnesty International, Conneil for the Defense of Human Rights and Freedoms in Prishtina (KMDLNJ), Helsinki Watch, International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights, Immigration and Refugee Board Documentation Center (Canada), On the Record: Civil Society in Kosovo, Balkan Crisis Report, Helsinki Watch, Helsinki Watch, IHF newsletter (International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights), Alternativna Informativna mreza (AIM), Amnesty International, Humanitarno Pravo, Kosovo Albanians, UN Economic and Social Council, Immigration and Refugee Board Documentation Center (Canada), Amnesty International, Case sheets, Helsinki Watch, Humanitarno Pravo, International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, Permanent Mission of Finland to the UN, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Croatian Committee for Human Rights, Human Rights Internet, ethnic Albanians, Three folders (“The Government of Canada must realize… ‘Recognition of Croatia is the only Solution’ Canada can make all the difference in the world! Ottawa, 1991”), (“EC ceasefires do not work. UN refuses to act effectively. The government of Canada is passively allowing the suffering to go on.”), (“The silence of Canada is louder than the guns of the Yugoslav army”), Canadian Croatian Information Centre, Federation Internationale des Droits de l’Homme (FIDH), Muslim National Council of Sandjak, UN International covenant on civil and political rights, US policy in Yugoslavia, That’s Yugoslavia, Fighting for Press Freedom in Serbia (A lecture series on global communications issues, December 4, 1997), The Croatian National Question – Yugoslavia’s Achilles Heel, International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, abuse of Albanians in Kosovo, WHO Press (World Health Organization), Proceedings of the 8th Seminar held by “Memorial” Human Rights center under the program “Migration Rights,” Spotlight Report, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch / Helsinki

259

Reports, newsletters, pamphlets, bibliographies, periodicals 1981-95 

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Countries / places include: South Africa, New Zealand, Canada

Mediums / types include: Reports, working papers, newsletters, scanned articles, news releases, press summaries, news bulletins, conference reports, pamphlets, bibliographies, correspondence, publications

Societies / major themes include: International Center for Trade Union Rights, mineworkers union in South Africa, South African Information Exchange, foreign mission funding in South Africa, Transvaal Rural Action Committee (TRAC), Para-legal volunteers, South African IGOs, UN Economic and Social Council, Human Rights Commission, Anti-Censorship Action Group, New Zealand Defence & Aid Fund for Southern Africa, International Conference on Children Repression and the Law in Apartheid South Africa (Harare, September 24-27, 1987), Legal Education Action Project (LEAP), “how to take an assault statement,” “how to be a good monitor,” “arrest and detention,” “police powers,” “your rights and the police,” Rape trauma syndrome, South African street children, Canada – South Africa Cooperation, Social Justice Resource Project (Institute of Criminology, University of Cape Town), Critical Health (/ dissertation series) 3-4, 6-28, 30-35, 38-47

260

Newsletters, reports, correspondence, fact sheets, pamphlets 1957, 1977, 1979, 1981, 1983, 1986, 1988-2002, 2004 

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Countries / places include: Kosovo, Hungary, Germany, East Germany, German Democratic Republic, Greece, Georgia, Romania, Africa, South Africa, Yugoslavia

Mediums / types include: Newsletters, working papers, reports, news releases, report supplements, scanned articles, correspondence, fact sheets, policy statements, news reports, posters, scanned essays, e-newsletters, pamphlets, packets, summary reports, journal issues, folders with materials, information packets

Societies / major themes include: Newsletter of the European Roma Rights Center, Norwegian Institute of Human Rights, women Roma rights, Romani media, Library of Congress (Law Library), “The Denial of the Human Right of Freedom of Movement in the Hungarian People’s Republic, Anti-Defamation League, Helsinki Watch, European Roma Rights Center, International Commission of Jurists Published in April 1957, European Commission against Racism and Intolerance, European Roma Rights Center, Amnesty International, Institute of Jewish Affairs, Amnesty International, discrimination against the Scientology community in Germany, Helsinki Watch, Amnesty International, Federation Internationale des Droits de l’Homme, B’nai Brith Canada, neonazism in Germany, right wing extremism in Germany, Amnesty International, American Jewish Committee, Internationale Gesellschaft fur Menschenrechte, Internationale des Droits de l’Homme, International Centre for Trade Union Rights, Tribunal Update, Amnesty International, torture in Greece, Laurie S. Wiseberg, Nord-Sud, Foderalistische Union Europaischer Volksgruppen (FUEV), International Society for Human Rights (ISHR), Humanitas International Human Rights Committee, Marangopoulos Foundation for Human Rights (MFHR), European Roma Rights Center, human rights abuse of Roma in Romania, “travel abroad and emigration under new rules adopted by the government of Hungary,” Library of Congress (Law Library), Roma Rights 2-3, Amnesty International, Helsinki Federation for Human Rights, “The right to education of Roma / gypsy and traveler children,” Save the Children, “Understanding the ANC, building a free, democratic South Africa through education, consultation and discussion,” African National Congress, “The Croatians, the Germans, the Rumanians, The Slovaks, the Slovenians and the Gypsies of Hungary, Office for National and Ethnic Minorities, “Economic analysis and policy formulation for post-apartheid South Africa” (English and French), IDRC Canada, Centre for Applied Legal Studies, Independent International Commission on Kosovo (executive summary), US Department of Justice information packet series (information on human rights conditions), International Human Rights Law Group, Vlado Gotovac trial

261

Briefings, newsletters, news reports, bulletins, reports 1977-82, 1984-85, 1987-96, 1998-2000, 2002 

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Countries / places include: Yugoslavia, Kosovo, Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Federal Republic of Yugoslavia / Kosovo, Hungary, Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Chechnya

Mediums / types include: Briefings, newsletters, news reports, bulletins, reports, news circulars, contact lists, organization lists, handwritten notes, government documents, occasional papers, country profiles, correspondence, printed letters, news periodicals

Societies / major themes include: Amnesty International, International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights, ethnic Albanians in Yugoslavia, embassy of Yugoslavia, Committee to aid Democratic Dissidents in Yugoslavia (CADDY Bulletin), Amnesty International, Amnesty International (Urgent Action), “verbal crime” and torture allegations in Yugoslavia, UN Economic and Social Council, UN General Assembly and Security Council, Contents of Folder (“Independent International Commission on Kosovo”), Implementation of the Helsinki Records, hearing before the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies, US Department of Justice, Jordanian Committee for the Support of the People of the Independent Caucasian Chechen Republic, UN Inter-Agency, CoF (“Macedonia”), Letter of presentation on the violation of the human rights in the Republic of Macedonia for the period of 1994 – 1996,” US Department of Justice Immigration and Naturalization Service (Resource Information Center), Proposal for an International War Crimes Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, “Destination Unknown: ‘Disappeared’ in former Yugoslavia,” prisoners of conscience, Keston News Service (Society for the study of religion under communism)

262

Reports, newsletters, bulletins, press releases, publications 1980-2002 

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Countries / places include: Israel, Palestine, The Occupied Territories

Mediums / types include: Reports, newsletters, bulletins, press releases, publications

Societies / major themes include: Israel-Palestine conflict, Palestinian uprising, Israeli military. The International Center For Peace in the Middle East (ICPME) discussion papers ('The Masada Syndrome', 'The Mutuality of Annihilationism in the Arab-Israeli Conflict', 'Understanding Arafat', 'Territory and Resources of Israel/Palestine Whose are They? Can They be Shared?', 'The Military-Industrial Complex in Israel', 'Progressive Zionism' 1982-85) ICPME Newsletter (No's. 11, 16,17 1985-1990), ICPME Forum for Social Justice and Peace "Oriental Jews and The Quest for Peace: The Myth of Cultural Hostility Towards Arabs, Social Justice and Peace: A Conceptual Link", ICPME Report On the State of Peace in the Middle East 1988, ICPME press release on World Jewish Peace Conference 1990, ICPME flier on The Abraham Fund 2000, ICPME Interim Report on Military-Industrial Complex in Israel 1984, ICPME Israel Press Brief (No's. 33-72, 1985-90), Israel Horizons: The Socialist Zionist Journal (Vol's. 28-33, 1980-85), Birzeit University reports, The Association of Israeli-Palestinian Physicians for Human Rights, Arab Thought Forum, Article XIX Country Report 1992, B'Tselem, Occupied Territories Taxation Practices, United Nations Report "The Status of Jerusalem", Human Rights Watch/Middle East, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith "PLO Watch", Amnesty International, Palestine Digest (Vol. 7: No's. 1-3, 6-7, Vol. 8: No's. 1-4, 6-11), Palestine Information Bulletin

263

News periodicals 1983-91 

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Countries / places include: (general)

Mediums / types include: News periodicals

Societies / major themes include: Keston News Service (Society for the study of religion under communism) (issues 169-347, 349-355, 357-79

264

Publications 1979-2002 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Israel, Palestine, The Occupied Territories

Mediums / types include: Newsletters, surveys, reports, publications, press releases

Societies / major themes include: Israel-Palestine conflict, Palestinian uprising; Contents of folder one (Kav La'Oved Workers Hotline Newsletter, Rabbis for Human Rights, Institute of Jewish Affairs, American-Israeli Civil Liberties Coalition, Inc, Eyewitness Israel Report, Education Fund for Israeli Civil Rights and Peace), folder two (Challenge: A Magazine of the Israeli Left, The Association of Israeli-Palestinian Physicians For Human Rights, Committee for the Release of Ron Arad, United States District Court Complaint for Wrongful Death v. Federal Laboratories, Benjamin Merhav "More on the Zionist Apartheid Regime of Israel...", Women for Women Political Prisoners - Jerusalem, American Friends of CRM, Legal Resource Center for Human Rights in Jerusalem, The Israel Ministry of Agriculture, The American Jewish Committee, The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, Committee on Israeli Censorship, Immigration and Refugee Board Documentation Centre, Ratz CRM Israel), contents of folder three (The Jerusalem Quarterly, FIDH Report, Israel & Palestine Political Report, MAP-Canada, Association for Support and Defence of Bedouin Rights in Israel, The Anti-Defamation League, The Education Fund for Israeli Civil Rights and Peace, Thomas Friedman "Bibi's Moment of Truth", A Petition from North American Jews, Rabbis for Human Rights, YIVO institute for Jewish Research, American Orthopsychiatric Association, The American Jewish Committee, Meretz Report), contents of folder 4 (Minority Rights Group, Friends of Yesh Gvul, Kav La'Oved, Association for Support and Defense of Bedouin Rights in Israel), contents of folder five (Hotline/Hamoked: Center for the Defence of the Individual, American-Israeli Civil Liberties Coalition, Inc., Kav La'Oved, CRM/Israel, Israel and Palestine Political Report), contents of folder six (Human Rights Watch/Middle East, B'Tselem, Physicians for Human Rights, FIDH), contents of folder seven (Amnesty International, Kav La'Oved, Building Bridges for Peace, Rabbis for Human Rights), contents of folders eight and nine (Struggle: A Newsletter on Israeli Democracy), contents of folder ten (various NGO's on human rights in Jordan, 1989-2002), contents of folder eleven (The Minority Rights Group "The Kurds", The International Journal of Kurdish Studies), contents of folder twelve (Adalah, Human Rights Watch/ Middle East, Amnesty International), contents of folder thirteen through fifteen (Israeli League for Human and Civil Rights), contents of folder sixteen (Mandela Institute/Samed/Samid), contents of folder seventeen (West Bank/Gaza reports, Birzeit University Human Rights Record)

265

VHS tapes 

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VHS tapes: Rethinking Democracy: Perspectives of African Women Mixed messages Canadian Rights and Liberties Federation Giving Voice American School Publishers Women, Voice of the Oppressed Robbed of his Childhood Children in the Crossfire One Man's War

266

Newsletters, reports, publications, press releases, memoranda, information papers 

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Countries / places include: Israel, Palestine, The Occupied Territories, Saudi Arabia, Syria, United Arab Emirates

Mediums / types include: Newsletters, reports, publications, press releases, memoranda, information papers

Societies / major themes include: Israel-Palestine conflict, Palestinian uprising, human rights in Syria, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates; contents of folder one (Connections: The Newsletter of the North American Coordinating Committee for NGOs on the Question of Palestine, MAP News: Medical Aid for Palestine Newsletter, Association pour L'Union entre les Peuples Juif et Palestinien), folder two (Palestine/Israel File, Kav La'Oved, Alternative Information Center, Palestine Association for Human Rights, Union of Health Work Committees, Tribune Libre, TAOWQ, The Association of Israeli-Palestinian Physicians for Human Rights, Mid-East Alliance Center, Human Rights Internet/Tribune, United Nations Social and Economic Council), folder three (Arab Association for Human Rights, Welfare Association, Human Rights for All, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, International Commission of Jurists), folder four (Various Saudi Arabia), folder five (Arabia Monitor), contents of folders six through nine (Various Syria 1990-99), folder twelve (United Nations Relief and Works Agency, U.S. Congress Committee of Foreign Affairs Hearings, Physicians for Human Rights, The Jacob Blaustein Institute "Perspectives on Palestinian Women"), folder 13 (U.N. reports on the Occupied Territories, 1976-1993), folder fourteen (U.N. reports on Palestine, 1982-86), folder fifteen (U.N. press releases on the Occupied Territories, 1983, 1988), folder 16 (U.N. seminars on the Occupied Territories, 1980, 1982), The Return: An International Palestinian Monthly Magazine (1988-89)

267

Reports, bulletins, newsletters, publications 1977-2002 

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Countries / places include: Israel, Palestine, The Occupied Territories

Mediums / types include: Reports, bulletins, newsletters, publications

Societies / major themes include: Israel-Palestine conflict, Palestinian uprising, human rights abuses in the Occupied Territories; contents of folders one through nine (U.N. Division for Palestinian Rights reports and bulletins, 1985-95), folders ten through twelve (Palestine Human Rights Information Center), folder thirteen (Palestine Human Rights Campaign) Tanmiya: The quarterly newsletter of the Welfare Association on Palestinian development issues (1985-2002), Palestine Human Rights Campaign Newsletter/Bulletin/Action Alerts (1977-1989), World Council of Churches: Human Rights Violations in the West Bank (1983), Yesh Gvul: The Undercover Units (1992)

268

Reports, publications, press releases, newsletters, research papers 1977-1993 

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Countries / places include: Israel, Palestine, The Occupied Territories

Mediums / types include: Reports, bulletins, newsletters, publications, press releases, research papers

Societies / major themes include: Israel-Palestine conflict, Palestinian uprising, human rights abuses in the Occupied Territories; contents of folder one (Palestine Liberation Organisation publications, 1987-89), Al-Haq reports, newsletters, documents, press releases, research papers, and publications (1984-1993), Jerusalem: Palestine Committee for NGOs (No. 2 - 55, 1985-89), New Outlook: Middle East Monthly (1977-1983)

277

Subject files 

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Folders from file cabinets (in alphabetical order), including a continued subject and two subjects labeled “Algeria” and “Angola.” The folders: • Africa Network • Africa Research and Information Project • V – Africa – African-American Institute – 1 • V – Africa – African American Labor Center -- AALC Reporter – 1 • V – Africa – African American Labor Center -- AALC Reporter – 2 • African Association for Broadcasters (Burkina Faso) • AFRICA GENERAL. African Association for Literacy and Adult Education (AALAE). • V – Africa – American Committee on Africa – 2 (ACOA Action News) • AAHPR Botswana Conference Papers Aug 1987 & Gaborone report • African Association of International Law • V – Africa – African Bibliographic Center Center 1 • African Centre for Democracy and human Rights Studies (Gambia) • African Human Rights Committee • V – Africa African Newspaper Index • V – Africa: African Society for Human Rights • V – Africa – African Studies Association – 1 • African Training & Research Centre for Women • All Africa Conference of Churches (AACC) – Kenya • V – Africa – American Universities Field Staff – 1 • V – Africa – Amnesty International Ghana Section _-1 • Association des Femmes Africaines pour la Recherche sur la Developpement • Association des Jeunes Juristes Africai Africaine • V – Africa – Association of Concerned Africa Scholars -1 • AFRICA Association Pour La Promotion de L’Etat De Droit. • Cahiers de L’Afrique Occidentale et de L’Afrique Equatoriale: Bulletin • CEAPA – Centre for Enrichment in African Political Affairs • V – Africa – Chicago Area African Studies Seminar – 1 • V – Africa Church World Service (African Refugee Update) – 1 • V– Africa – Colloquium on Africa and Human Rights – 1 • Comitato Collaborazione Medica (CCM) (Italy) Doctors for Developing Countries • Africa _ Comite International Pour La Defense des Ouvriers Africains • V – Africa – Committee of Concerned Africans – 1 • V – Africa – Concerned Citizens Committee on Africa – 1 • Council for the Development of Economic & Social Research in Africa (CODESRIA) • V – Africa – CRIDHIAC (Centre de Recherche Interdisciplinaire pour la Promotion et la Protection des D.H. en Afrique Centrale) – 1 • Femmes, Droit et Developpement en Afrique (Senegal) • Forum of african voluntary orgas FAVDO • Foundation for Women’s Health Research and Development (FORWARD ) • Grouped d’Etudes et de Reflexiones Africaines (Univ. of Oran, Algeria) • Horn of Africa Human Rights Project Fund for Peace • Human Rights Africa • AFRICA Human Rights Africa – HRA • V – Africa – University of Illinois’ African Studies Program (newsletter, ILI Afrika) – 1 • Institut Africain des Droits de l’Homme / African Inst. Of Human Right • Institut des Droits de l’Homme et Paix Institute of Human Rights and Peace (Univ. of Dakar, Senegal) • Institut Africain pour le Developpment Economique & Sociale (INADES) ivory coast • Inter-African Committee on Traditional Practices Affecting the Health of… • AFRICA. International Center for the Protection of Minority Rights and Cultural… • AFRICA Inter-Refugee Welfare Centre. • Scoble Notes on Africa Trip Inter-African Union of Lawyers • International Colloquim on Human Rights in African Political Systems – 1 • Liberation Support Movement – 1 • International Conference on Assistance to Refugees in Africa (ICARA) • Int’l Society of African Lawyers • Lome Convention – 1 • Transafrica Forum • OAU Clippings • Pan-African Human Rights Organization • Pan-African Centre for Research on Peace, Development & Human Rights • AFRICA GENERAL. Rassemblement pour l’Afrique • Regional Economic Research & Documentation Center/Bureau Regional.. • AFRICA: Trade Union • AFRICA. Union Interafricaine des Droits de l’Homme. • Union Inter Africaine des Avocats / Inter-African Union of Lawyers • United Methodist Church in Africa • Un Arusha Pan African Conference on Refugees – 1 • UN Seminar on the Establishment of Regional Commissions on Human Rts. w/ spec. ref. to Af. (Monrovia, Lib) • US House subcommittee on Africa (Committee on Foreign Relations) – 1 • US State Department – 1 (Gist, current policy, etc.) • University of Dar Es Salaam Academic Staff Assembly – Africa General • western Sahara Campaign . usa • new tab: ALGERIA • Algeria – General Material • Ligue Algerienne des Droits de l’Homme Algerian League for Human Rights • ALGERIA. Mouvement des Femmes Algeriennes pour la Democratie (M.F.A.D.). • new tab: ANGOLA • V – Angola – General Material – 1 • V – Angola – Angola Support Conference (Chicago) – 1

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Subject files 

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Folders from file cabinets (in alphabetical order), including a continued subject and two subjects labeled “B 2” and “C 3.” The folders: • Armenian Assembly of America • Armenian National Committee • J.D. Armstrong • ARNOLD, Millard • ARRIGO, Linda Gail (Shih) • d'ARSCHOT, Ruby • Arzobispado de San Salvador • Asamblea Permanente de los Derechos Humanos – Argentina • Asamblea Permanente de los Derechos Humanos – Bolivia • Asamblea Permanente de Defensa a los Derechos Humanos – Peru • ASIA GENERAL • ASIA BUREAU AUSTRALIA • ASIA FORUM ON HUMAN RIGHTS • ASIA FOUNDATIONASIA MONITOR RESOURCE CENTER • ASIA PARTNERSHIP FOR HUMAN DVLPMNT • ASIA RESOURCE CENTER (D.C.) • The Asia Society • ASIAN AMERICAN COLLEGE REPUBLICAN ALLIANCE OF GREATER WASHINGTON • ASIAN CENTRE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS • ASIA COUNCIL FOR LAW AND DEVELOPMENT • Asian Social Institute • Asian Studies Association • Asian Women’s Institute • Kadar Asmal • Asociacion Chilena de Investigaciones para la paz • Association Morocaine des droits de l’homme • Asociacion Colombiana de Juristas Democratas • Asociacion Colombiana Pro Derechos Humanos • Asociacion de Abogados para derechos humanos • Asociacion Nicaraguense pro-derechos humanos • Asociacion pro Derechos Humanos (Spain) • Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies • Assembly of Captive European NAtions • Associated Indigenous Communications • Association des amis de la Republique Arabe Sahrauoie Democratique / France • Association des Jeunes Juristes Africains • Association des parents des disparus Uruguayens (AFUDE) • Association for Civil Rights in Israel • Association for Rural Advancement • Association for Social Advancement • Association for the Study of the Nationalities • Association for the Study of the World Refugee Problem • Association Internationale pour la Protection de la Propriete Industriel • Assoc. Libanaise des droits de l*homme • Association Mondiale pour l’ecole instrument de la paix (EIP) • new tab: B 2 • Baehr • Baha’I International Community • Bahai World Center Library • Balai –C • Baltic Appeal to the UN • B’nai Brith • Atwood • Aurora Foundation • Australian Council of Churches • Australian National University (ANU) Students Association • Australian Press Council • Austrian Institute of Human Rights • Association Pour Le Developpement Des Libertes Fondamentales • Associazione Internazionale Contro La Tortura • Assyrian Universal Alliance • Asylum Lawyers • ATD Fourth World • Association of the Arab-American Univ Stud • Association of computing and Machinery • Association of International Consultants on Human Rights (CID) • Association of Major Religious Superiors of the Philippines • Association of the Bar of the City of New York • Lloyd Barnett (Kingston, Jamaica) • Barth, Reinhold A. (Corres.) • BASSIOUNI, Cherif • Bay Area Coalition for a Nuclear-Free Pacific –C” • Bay Area Council for Soviet Jewry • Bay Area Ecumenical Comm for Chile • Chris Bay • Jean-Marie Becet • BECKETT • Belgium (General) • Belize: General • Diana Bell – C • Benjamin Sheldon • Benson Latin American Collection • BEN-UR, MYRIAM • BERMAN, S. • Joel and Judy Bernstein • BERNSTEIN, Robert • Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation • BERTRAND RUSSELL SOCIETY • BHAGWATI, P.N. • BIESHEUVEL, Mark • Richard Bilder • Bildner Center for Western Hemispheri Affairs • Birzeit University • C – Black Hills Alliance – 1 • Andrew Blane • Art Blaser • PATTY BLUM (National Lawyers Guild) • Boat People SOS Committee –C • BOK, SISSELA • BOLIVAR, LIGIA • Bolivia: General • Bombay Urban Industrial League (BUILD) • Brazil: General • Brazil Labor Information & Resource Center • Bread for the World • BRECHA, Uruguay • BRENNAN, WILILAM J. (Awards) • Pat Breslin • BRIGGS, Stephen • BOSSUYT, MARC • Boston Coalition for the Liberation of South Africa • Botswana – General • BOUGEOIS, Nicole • BOYLE, Kevin • BRANNUM, KATIE • BRASILIEN NACHRICHTEN • Bookcrafters • Borgen Jan • BUERGENTHAL • Bulgarian National Committee • Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars • Burawoy, Michael • Bureau Int’l Afghanistan • BURMA GENERAL • John Burton • British Council of Churches • British Institute of Human Rights • British Refugee Council (BRC) • Brooklyn Journal of Int’l Law • BRS Users Group meeting June 1 – 3 1986 • Dennis Brutus • CAHIERS DE SAMIZDAT • California Newsreel • CALVERT SOCIAL INVESTMENT FUND • CAMEROUN, Bruce • Campaign Against Military Prostitution (CAMP) • Campaign Against Psychiatric Abuses • CAMPAIGN FOR A DEMOCRATIC FOREIGN POLICY (Chicago) • Campaign for an Independent E. Timor • Campaign for Democracy in Ghana – C • Campaign for Political Rights (Defunct) • Campaign for the Defence of the Turkish Peace Association • June Burton • BURUNDI: GENERAL • BUSHEY, Bruce • BYRNES, ANDREW C. • new tab: C 3 • CANADIAN COUNCIL OF CHURCHES • Canadian Government • Canadian Human Rights Advocate • Campus • CANADA: GENERAL • Canada/General: Publications • Canada-Asia Working Group • Canadian Civil Liberties Association • Canadian Committee of Scientists and Scholars • Canadian Journal of Women and the Law • Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law • CASSESE, Nino • CATACOMBES • CATHOLIC CENTER (East Tennessee State University) • CATHOLIC CHARITIES • Catholic Commission For Justice and Peace Australia • Center for International Legal & Economic Studies / Zagazig Univ. • Center for International Policy (CIP) • Center for Migration Studies • Center for National Security Studies • Center for Peace and Conflict Studies • Center for Philosophy & Public Policy • Center for Responsible Tourism • Center for Russian and East European Jewry • Center for Seafarers Rights • Center for the Progress of Peoples • Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions • Center for the Study of Human Rights Worcester • Center for the Study of Opposition in Poland • Center for Victims of Torture • Center for World Indigenous Studies • Center of Concern • Central America: General • Central America Info. Office • Central Latinoamericana de Trabajadores (CLAT) • Centre Against Apartheid • Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches sur l’Orient Chretien • Centre de Recherche Interdisciplinaire pour la Pomotion et Protection des Droits de l’Homme en Afrique Centrale • Centre for Applied Legal Studies South Africa • Centre for Education and Documentation India • Centre for Human Rights and Responsibilities • Centre for Informal Education and Development Studies – India • CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL POLITICS AND ORGANIZATION (Nehru University, Delhi) • Centre for Multicultural Education UK • Centre for Society and Religion Sri Lanka • Centre for the Development of Human Resources in Rural Asia (CENDHRRA) • Centre for the Independence of Judges and Lawyers (CIJL) • Centre for Women’s Development Studies • Centre for Haitien de Defense des Libertes Publiques (Haiti) • CARE C • CARIBBEAN: GENERAL • CARRIBEAN AND LATIN AMERICAN SOLIDARITY PROJECT (CLASP) Defunct) • Caribbean Conference of Churches & Caribbean Contact • Caribbean Human Rights and Legal Aid Co. (Defunct) • Caribbean Rights/Caribbean Rights Network • Caribbean Workers Council • Caritas Internationalis • David Carliner • Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs • Carnegie Endowment for International Peace • CARTER, Marshall • CASCIO, Nina • Catholic International Education Office • Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights • Catholic Teachers Assoc of Thailand • Catholics for Christian Political Action • CDC National AIDS Clearinghouse • CEBEMO • Centenary College • Center for Christian Response to Asian Issues • Center for Civil Rights. Notre Dame, Indiana. Kommers • Center for Constitutional Rights • Center for Democracy • Center for Democratic Renewal

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Folders from file cabinets (apparently in alphabetical order). • Beauvais • Bekhechi, M.A. • Bedau, Hugo Adam • BEDDARD, Ralph • Bedford, Michael • BEHUNIAK, Captain Thomas E. • Beichman, Arnold • Beitz, Charles R. • WENDELL BELL • Bella, Robert N. • A – Bellant • Bello, Emmanuel • A – Beloff, Nora • Benabdallah • A – Belotserkovsky • Bender, Frederic L. • Benjamin Sheldon • Dr. Ghaouti Benmelha • A – Bennett, A. Leroy • Bennet, William. • A – Berger, Berger + Kellner • BERGESEN, Helge Ole • Berman, Harold J. • Berman, Maureen • BEYER, G.A. • BHANSALI, Lisa L. • (missing label) • A – Bienen, Henry S. • A – Bierzanek, R. • BILDER, Richard • A – Biles, David • Bilinsky, Yaroslav • A – Billings, -Peggy • Bindert, Guyora • A – Birnbaum, Karl E. • A Bishoph and Essek J.D. • A. – BISSELL, Thomas St. 9. • A – Bitker, Bruno V. • Black, Jan Knippers • Blackman, Harry A. (Assoc. S.C. Justice) • BLAHOZ, JOSEF DR. • BLANCO, Jorge • A – Blaser, Arthur • Blaser, Arthur / Saunders, Stephen • DOC Council Dur (DH / INF-CO) • A – Blodgett and Hensley • Blum, Richard E. • A – Blum / Steinhardt • A – Bociurkiw, Bohdan R. • Bogen, David S. • Bohning W.R. • Bokor-Szego,” H. • Boli – Bennett, John • Bonin, Jean-Francois • Formosa Assoc. In H/R • A – BONO, Agostino • A Booth + Gutteridge • Boring, Phyllis Zatlin • A – Borosage, Robert • BOWERING, M.L.W. • Boyle, Kevin • A – Boyte, Harry • Bozeman, Adda B. • A – Braithwaite, Tunji • Brand, George • A – Branfman, Fred • A – Branson, Margaret S. • A – Bredow • A – Breslin • Bretton, Henry L. • Brichto, Herbert c. • Brinkman, Ronald • Broadbent, Ed • A. Brock, Lothar • Brockett, Charles • A – Brodeur, Paul • BRODY, Reid • A – Brohi, A.K. • A – Bronkhorst, Dain • A – Brown, Cynthia • A – BROWN, George • A Brown & Gutteridge • A – BROWN, Nancy R. • BRUCK, DAVID • Bruegel, J.W. • A – Brumberg • Bryant, Coralie • – A – Budiardjo, Carmel • Buergenthal, Thomas • A – Buffum • Bundy, McGeorge • A – Burda, A. • Burke, F.G. • A – Burkhalter, Holly J. • Burley, Anne-Marie • Burnham, Walter Dean • A – BURTON, June • A – Burns • A – Bush, Werner

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Folders from file cabinets (in, roughly, alphabetical order), with one tab: • Committee for Democracy and Human Rights in Guyana • Committee for Democracy and Majority Rule in Guyana DEFUNCT • Committee for Freedom and Human Rights in Guyana • Democratic Labor Movement (formerly: Right to Work Association) • Democratic Labor Movement (Guyana) (formerly: Right to Work Association • Guyana -- Embassy Material • Guyana Embassy News • Guyana Human Rights Association GHRA • Guyana Human Rights Support Group (Canada) • Guyana Research and Representation Service (Guyana Forum) • Guyanese Council for Democracy • International Team of Observers December 1980 elections (Guyana) • Jamaica Committee for Human Rights and Democracy in Guyana • Los Angeles Committee for Academics in Peril -- Guyana • Patriotic Coalition for Democracy (Guyana) • People’s Progressive Party (PPP) “Guyana Information Bulletin” • SOS: Human Rights for Guyana • University of Guyana Staff Association (UGSA) • Women Against Terror • Working People’s Alliance (see shelves under “Dayclean”) • new tab: COUNCIL ON HEMISPHERIC AFFAIRS • COHA : LA General • COHA: ARGENTINA • COHA: BOLIVIA • COHA: BRAZIL • COHA: CARIBBEAN • COHA: CENTRAL AMERICA • COHA: CHILE • COHA: COLOMBIA • COHA: COSTA RICA • COHA: CUBA • COHA: ECUADOR • COHA: EL SALVADOR • COHA: GRENADA • COHA: GUATEMALA • COHA: GUYANA • COHA: HAITI • COHA: HONDURAS • COHA: JAMAICA • COHA: MEXICO • COHA: NICARAGUA • COHA: PANAMA • COHA: PARAGUAY • COHA: PERU • COHA: PUERTO RICO • COHA: SURINAME • COHA: VENEZUELA • COHA: URUGUAY • Diffusion de l’information sur l’Amerique Latine (Dial) – LA gen. • LATIN AMERICA Dokumentations-Und Informationszentrum Menschenrechte • Ecumenical Comm on the Andes (formerly Peru Solidarity) LA Gen Andean Focus #2 • ECUMENICAL COMM ON THE ANDES / Peru Solidarity. LA General. #1 • Ecumenical Program for Interamerican Communication & Action – EPICA – LA Gen • European Support Groups for Non-Violence and Liberation in LA • new tab: HAITI • Haiti General • Buel, Sarah M. The Denial & Deprivation of Hatien Refugees in the U.S. (Harvard U • Center for Information, Documentation and Research on Haiti / USA • Centrale Autonome des Travailleurs Haitiens (CATH) • Centre de Recherche et de Formation Economique et Sociale pour le Develop. • Centre Haitien d’Information, de Documentation et d’Action Sociale (US) • Centre Haitien des Droits et Libertes (formerly …des Libertes Publiques) • HAITI Centre Lafontant Joseph De Promotion Des Droits Humain • Centre Oecumenique Des Droits de L’Homme (Haiti) • Comite d’Avocats Haitiens Haiti • Comite Democratico Haitiano • Comite du Salut de la Patrie Haitienne (COSAPAH) USA

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Folders from file cabinets (in, roughly, alphabetical order), with one tab: • Latin America General: Bibliographies + info on pubs • Latin America General: Defunct Organizations Miscellaneous + • LA General: Indigenous Pops in LA • Inter-American System – Lecture LSW Files – LA General – • LA GENERAL – Organizations • Academia de Humanismo Cristiano Chile • Agence Latino-Americaine d’Information (Canada & Ecuador) • Agencia Periodistica de Informacion Alternativa (APIA) – LA General #1209 • American Institute for Free Labor Development – LA General 329 • American Public Health Association Medical Missions. Latin America General • Americas Watch • Asociacion Chilena de Investigaciones para la paz (ACHIP) • Asociacion de Democratas Cristianos Latinoamericanos en Europa Comision Derechos Humanos ADCLE • Asociacion Interamericana de Servicios Legales. ILSA LA Gen • Asociacion Latinamericana par los Derechos Humanos (ALDHU) #1422 • Asociacion Latinoamerica para los Derechos Humanos (ALDHU) – 1980 #1422 • Asociacion Latinoamerican para los Derechos Humanos (ALDHU) – 1984 Conf #1422 • Asociacion Latinoamericana de Abogados por la Defensa de los DH • Benson Latinamerican Collection biblio noticias (not human Rights) • Canada Latin America Resource Center • Caribbean & Latin American Solidarity Project (CLASP) • Central Latinoamerica de Trabajadores (CLAT) – US Relations Office #1456 • CLAT: 1981 Conference on El Salvador LA General #1456 • Centro de Documentacion Sobre la Mujer – “Documentalia” • Centro de Estudios Andinos Colombia • Centro de Estudios Ecumenicos (Mexico) – LA General #1234 • Centro de Informacmion para Asuntos Migratorios y Fronterizos : LA Gen #1261 • Centro de Investigacion Y Docenia Economicas (CIDE) LA General #1240 • Centro Ecumenico de Documentacion Latinoamericano Sistemizada (CEDOLASI) #1242 • Centro Internacional de Informacion Latinoamericna (CIILA) – LA Gen. no HR • Centro Latinoamericano de Economia Humana CLAEH • LATIN AMERICA. Centro Para la Paz y la Reconciliacion de la Fundacion Arias para la Paz y el Progreso Humano. • Chicago Area Group on Latin America early 1970s (defunct) • Chicago Religious Task Force on Latin America #1659 LA general • Coalition of NGOs Concerned with Impunity for Violators of Human Rights • Colectivo Latinoamericano de Trabajo Psicosocial (COLAT) • Comision Andina de Juristas – LA Gen #1398 & #152 • Comision Evangelica Latinoamerican de Educacion Cristiana (CELADEC) General #1400 & 1459 • Comision Interamericana de Derechos Humanos (CIDH) • Comision Evangelica Latinoamericana de Educacion Cristiana (CELADEC) CELADEC EN CONTACTO – LA General • Comision Interamericana de Derechos Humanos (CIDH) • Comision Nacional Quinto Centenario Espana • LATIN AMERICA General –Com- ision Por La Defensa De Los Derechos Humanos • Comite Brasileiro de Solidaaos Povos De America Latina – LA General #228 • Comite Chretien pour les Droits Humains en Amerique Latine (Canada) • Comite de Defesa dos Direitos Humnos para os Paises do cone sul (CLAMOR) #227 LA – gen • Comite Exterior Mapuche (CEM) England • Comite Latinoamericano de Cine de Pueblos Indigenas Nor HR • LATIN AMERICA. Comite Latinoamericano para la Defensa de los Derechos de la Mujer- CLADEM. • COMITE SOLIDARIDAD MON. O. ROMERO LA – General ??? not in LA • Committee in Solidarity with LA nonviolent movements (CISLANM) • Committee of Experts for the Prevention of Torture in the Americas (CEPTA) • Comunidad Sweden • Community Action on Latin America (CALA) • Conferencia Permanente de Partidos Politicos de America Latina (COPPPAL) #1265 • CEAAL #2: arious materials LA General #655 • Consejo de Educacion de Adultos de America Latina (CEAAL) – LA Gen (Carta Mensual) #688 • Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales (CLASCO) – LA gen Not Human Rights • Consejo Latinoamericano de Iglesias LA General #1436 • Coordinadora Nacional de Solidaridad (based in Ecuador but on LA GENERAL) defunct • Coordinadora de las Organizaciones Indigenas de la Cuenca Amazonia (COICA • Corporacion Integral para el Desarrollo Culutural y social (CODECAL) LA gen #1448 • Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos (Costa Rica) • Council for Human Rights in Latin America (CHRLA) USA • Comision de Derechos Humanos de Guatemala • Instituto Latinoamericano de Servicios Legales Alternativos (ILSA) - Portavoz

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with two tabs: • tab: Trinidad + Tobago • Trinidad + Tobago Bureau in H.R. Harrassment of Ramesh Maharaj • V-1 Trinidad and Tobago General • Trinidad – newsclips • Trinidad + Tobago (gen) • Trinidad / Tobago Bureau on Human Rights • Inter_Church Committee on Latin America – Central America • Inter-Church Committee on Latin America – on El Salvador • Inter Press Service, Tercer Mundo S.A. (Italy) • JOINT WORKING GROUP FOR REFUGEES FROM LATIN AMERICA (UK) – LA Gen defunct • Latin America Bureau (LAB) UK LA General • Latin American Documentation Center LADOC – LA GEN. Pubs on shelf #1619 • LATIN AMERICAN LABOR INSTITUTE (LALI) • Latin American Newsletters, ltd. (UK) • Latin American Studies Association (LASA) – LA General #1440 • LASA Conf. Papers • Latin American Working Group (LAWG) LA General #1591 • L. AMERICA Mouvement contre la violence aux enfants d’Amerique Latine. • Los Angeles Group for Latin American Solidarity (LAGLAS) – defunct • Movimiento Internacional de Estudiantes Catolicos (MIEC JECI) Peru • New England Council of Latin American Studies • North American Anti-Imperialist Coalition: NAAIC – Defunct • North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA) • Organizacion Regional Interamericana de Trabajadores (ORIT) Mexico • LATIN AMERICA.. Parlamento de America. • New York Circus – LA General • Pueblo to People • RED LATINOAMERICANA DE ABOGADOS CATOLICOS Lima, Peru LA GENERAL • Rainforest Action Network (RAN) USA • Sago Latijns-Amerikacentrum Belgium • Secretariado Internacional Cristiano De Solid. Con A.L. “Oscar A. Romero” • Secretariado LatinoAmericano de Derechos Humanos (SELADEH) LA general • Servicio Paz y Justicia (SERPAJ) LA Genearl #293 • South & Central American Indian Information Center (SAIIC) – LA Gen • Studies in Latin American Popular Culture (LA) • Training for Development (UBV) Sweden • US Committee for Justice to Latin American Political Prisoners (Defunct… 1982) • Union of Radical Latin Americans (Defunct….1973) • new tab: Latin America • Audio-Visuals: LATIN AMERICA • LATIN AMERICAN GENERAL: #2 • Latin America General: 1 • Latin America General: Pressclips

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with four tabs: • new tab: BARBADOS • V-1 Barbados--Newsclips • new tab: CUBA • CUBA GENERAL • Articles and Newsclips from WOLA (CUBA) • Bibliographies (CUBA) • Circulo de Cultura Cubana (Boletin) • Center for Cuban Studies • Comision Cubana de Derechos Humanos y Reconciliacion • Comite Cubano Pro Derechos Humanos (Florida) • Comite Pro Derechos Humanos en Cuba (Madrid, Espana) • Congressional Record Newsclips and Statements • Cuba Newsclips • Cuba Resource Center • Cuban American Committee • Cuban American National Foundation Cuban Update (CUBA) • Cuban Christians for Justice and Freedom • Institute of Current World Affairs (Cuba) • Inter-Press Third World News Service • CUBA U._S._ Cuba Womens Exchange. • Of Human Rights • CUBA The Cuban Democratic Coalition • US Dept of State Bureau of Public Aff. (Cuba) • Venceremos Brigade • new tab: DOMINICAN REPUBLIC • Dominican Republic (General) • Breves Dominicanas (Centro Dominicano de Intercambio de Informacion) • Centro de Servicios Legales para la Mujer (Boletin Igualdad) • Comite Dominicano de los Derechos Humanos • DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Comite Quebecois Pour La Reconnaissance Des Travailleurs Haitiens En Republique Dominicaine Inc. • Dominican Republic Task Force • Dominican Republic 10th Anniversary Seminar, New York • Instituto Dominicano de Educacion y Accion Cultural (IDEPAC) • Movimiento Socialista de los Trabajadores • DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. Mujeres en Desarrollo Dominicana, (MUDE). • Partido Revolucioonario Dominicano Republica Dominicana • Union Dominicana para la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos • WOLA – Material on Dominican Republic • new tab: GRENADA • Grenada General • GRENADA GENERAL: Newsclips • GRENADA General: Response to Oct 1983 invasion • COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN GRENADA (LONDON) • Committee for Human Rights in Grenada (New York) • GRENADA: EMBASSY OF • Grenada Foundation • GRENADA FRIENDSHIP SOCIETY • New Jewel Movement (NJM) • new tab: GUYANA • Guyana General • Guyana -- Notes • NEWCLIPS (Guyana) • Association of Concerned Guyanese USA • CARIBBEAN CONFERENCE OF CHURCHES (Guyana) • CATHOLIC STANDARD (GUYANA)

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with two tab and one legal sized folder on side. Legal size: • AFRICA MISC. Others: • CORRESPONDENCE: GENERAL May – Dec. 79 • CORRESPONDENCE . JAN – JUNE 1980 • new tab: RESOURCES LIBRARIES • CRIME / JUSTICE • HANDICAPPED DISABLED • FAMILY • FOOD CHILD – NUTRITION – INFANT FORMULA • FOOD • GENOCIDE • HEALTH • HISTORY • BIO • INFO • INTL LAW • INTL Relns – gen • LABOR • LAND REFORM • LAW • LIT. • MENTAL HEALTH • MIGRANTS • MILITARISM / PEACE + DISARM • CORRESPONDENCE: June – Oct 1978 • MINORITY RELNS – RACISM • BIBL- PHILOS • POLICE • POL TH • PRISONERS RTS • PRIVACY • REFUGEES • RELIGION • SEXUAL RTS. • SOC-ECON • TOKTURK • U.S. – Bill of Rights • FOREIGN US POLICY • US – IMMIGRATION • US – MINORITIES • COMMITTEE TO BRIDGE THE GAP • V-DOC CHARTER OF PRISONERS RIGHTS, DRAFT PROPOSAL • DOC – UPPSALA DECLARATION, -RT, TO LEAVE AND RETURN • CHARTER OF RIGHTS FOR MIGRANTS • DOCS – INTL COVENANT OF THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES (DRAFT, 1982) • UN DOC – DECLARATION OF THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD • new tab: AFRICA GENERAL • AFRICA GENERAL MATERIAL • AFRICA GENERAL MATERIAL • Africa General – Contacts • Africa General – Notes on Staff Trips • Africa – Serial Publications • AFRICAN BAR ASSOCIATION • Africa Faith + Justice Network • The Africa Fund (American Committee on Africa): Southern Africa Perspectives • V- Africa – Africa Fund – 1 • V – AFRICA – AMERICAN COMMITTEE ON AFRICA – 1 • AMERIAN COMMITTEE ON AFRICA: - NEWS • AFRICA INFORMATION CENTER, JZ. PAN-AFRICA see shelf Africa General

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with four tabs. • Comite Feminin de Lutte Contra la Torture (CFLCT) • Comite Haitiano_Venezolano de Defensa de los Derechos Humanos (VEN.) • Committee Against Repression in Haite (USA) • Confederation des Travailleurs Haitiens (CTH) Haiti • Continental Conference of Solidarity with Haiti • Congressional Black Caucus on Haitian Refugees • Congressional Record Newsclips and Statements (Haiti) • Diakonos USA • Entraide Missionnaire • Friends of Haiti USA • Friends of Haitian Refugees / Haitian Refugee Center (USA) • Front Commun Contre la Repression Haiti • Haiti: Asylum Law • Haiti Newsclips • Haitian American Community Assoc. of Dade County (HACAD) USA • HAITI. Americans for Aristide. • Haitian Refugee Project • Latin American and Caribbean Center (Florida Int.. University) • Ligue de Defense des Droits de l’Enfance (Haiti) • Ligue des Anciens Prisoniers Politiques Haitiens, des amis et etc. • Ligue Haitienne des Droits Humains • L’Union Patriotique Haitienne (USA) • Mouvement Haitien de Liberation • National Coalition for Haitian Refugees • Promotion Sociale Ouvriere Haitienne • Samedi Soir • Washington Office on Haiti • new tab: JAMAICA • THE DAILY GLEANER (Jamaica) • Jamaica newsclips • V-1 Jamaica General • Friends for Jamaica USA • JAMAICA COUNCI FOR HR • JAMAICA -- BIBLIOGRAPHIES • v-1 NEWS FROM JAMAICA Jamaica Democratic Asociacion • new tab: PUERTO RICO • Puerto Rico General • Centro de Estudios de la Realidad Puertoriquena (PUERTO RICO) • Central Puertorriquena de Trabajadores Puerto Rico • Comite de Boston Pro-Derechos Civiles Puertorriquenos / Boston Committee for Puerto Rican Civil Rights (US) • Comite Unitario Contra Represion y Para la Defensa de los Prisioneros Politicos (CUCRE) • Committee for Puerto Rican Decolonization • Congressional Record Newsclips and Statements • Federacion Puertorriquena de Trabajadores • Free Puerto Rico Committee (FPR) • Instituto de Derechos Humanos de Puerto Rico • Movimiento Ecumenico Nacional de Puerto Rico (PRISA) • New Movement in Solidarity with Puerto Rican Independence • Oficina de Informacion International para la Independencia de Puerto Rico • PARTIDO INDEPENDISTA PUERTORRIQUENO Puerto Rico • Proyecto Caribeno Justicia y Paz • Puerto Rican Organizing Resource Center • V-1 Puerto Rican Solidarity Committee • Puerto Rico Journal of Human Rights • Bibliographies (Puerto Rico) • U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (Puerto Rico) • new tab: ST. KITTS & NEVIS ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES • National Committee in Defence of Democracy / St Vincent and the Gren. • St. Vincent & The Grenadines Human Rights Association • Human Rights Committee St Kitts & Nevis • new tab: SURINAM • Surinaime Newsclips • V-1 Surinam General • Council for the Liberation of SURINAME • Suriname Freedom Union • Surinam Nieuwsbrief

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Periodicals, research papers, newsletters, reports 1975-1997 

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Countries / places include: Israel, Palestine, The Occupied Territories

Mediums / types include: Periodicals, research papers, newsletters, reports

Societies / major themes include: Israel-Palestine conflict, Palestinian uprising, human rights abuses in the Occupied Territories; New Outlook (1983-1993), contents of folder one (Near East Report, 1984-85), folders two through three (National Association of Arab Americans (NAAA) Middle East Focus, 1980-1986) folders four through five (NAAA Voice, 1983-87), folder six (NAAA miscellaneous documents) folder seven (miscellaneous Middle East: Constitution of Arab Jurists Union, Human Rights in the Arab Countries, Center of Arab Women for Training and Research, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1975-1997)

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Publications, newsletters, bulletins, reports, concert bills, promotional fliers, informational pamphlets 1986-1989 

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Countries / places include: Israel, Palestine, The Occupied Territories, The Middle East, The Soviet Union/Russia/Central Asia

Mediums / types include: Reports, bulletins, newsletters, publications, concert bills, informational pamphlets

Societies / major themes include: Israel-Palestine conflict, Palestinian uprising, human rights abuses in the Occupied Territories, Cold War tensions; contents of folders one through fourteen (Marjorie Mayrock Center for Soviet and East European Research: Soviet Union and the Middle East, 1986-91, later Commonwealth of Independent States and The Middle East, 1991-93), folder fifteen (Middle East Children's Alliance benefit concert fliers, pamphlets, newsletters, 1991-94), folder sixteen (Canadian Professors for Peace in The Middle East Bulletin, 1986-90), folder seventeen (American Friends Service Committee, 1980, Zagazig University Center for International and Economic Studies, 1985, Arabia Monitor, 1993, Human Rights Watch, 1990, Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law, 1982, Najda: Women Concerned about The Middle East, 1996, Zwemer Institute: Islamic Assemblies, 1994), folder eighteen (People's Rights: A Monthly Human Rights Journal, 1994-95), folder nineteen (The Trilateral Commission: The Israeli-Palestinian Issue, 1990, General Secretariat of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference: Charter of the Islamic Conference, World Organisation of Jews from Arab Countries (WOJAC): The Fourth National Convention, 1993, Findings of the Tribunal Relating to the Claims of Jews from Arab Lands, 1987, Nathan Nestel: MECA is not humanitarian, 1991, ADL International Report, Middle East: PLO Terrorism 1989-1990)

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with one tab. • Ache Indians (Abourezk Materials) Paraguay • Paraguay General • Agencia Noticiosa Paraguayo Argentina • Banco Paraguayo de Datos Paraguay • Centre de Documentation Paysanne de Paraguay / Italy • Centro de Estudios Humanitarios (CEDHU) • Centro de Informacion y Solidaridad con el Paraguay (CISP) Switzerland • Comision de Apoyo al Acuerdo nacional Paraguayo (USA) • Comision defense de los Derechos Humanos (CODEHUP) de Paraguay • Comision Nacional de los Derechos Humanos del Paraguay • Comision Retorno de Exiliados Politicos Juventud Liberal Radical Autentica / PA • Comite de Iglesias para Ayudas de Emergencia (Paraguay) • Congressional Newsclips, Records, Statements (Paraguay) • Contemporary Archive on Latin America (CALA) on Paraguay (United Kingdom) • El Paraguay Libre USA • Equipo Nacional de Pastoral Soc. Conferencia Episcopal Paraguaya • Equipo Nacional de Pastoral Social ENPS / Paraguay • Fundacion Pablo Iglesias on Paraguay Spain • Institute on Paraguayan Affairs USA • Newsclips Paraguay • Paraguay Arbeitsgemeinschaft e.V. West Germany • Paraguay Committee for Human Rights United Kingdom • Paraguay Constitution Individual Rights • Paraguay Noticias Paraguay #2 • Paraguay Noticias Paraguay #1 • Pena Irala Case in USA Paraguay • Promocion y Defensa de los Derechos Humanos (PRODEMOS) • Secretariado Internacional de Juristas por Amnistia y Democracia en Paraguay • Tortura Nunca Mas: Asamblea por el Derecho a la Vida • Caribbean General / Bibliographies • Caribbean General • Caribbean General II • Caribbean Conference of Churches CCC / Trinidad • Caribbean Human Rights and Legal Aid Company (CAHURLAC) / Barbados • Caribbean Human Rights network Caribbean Rights / Barbados • Caribien – Komiteen (Denmark) • Centro Ecumenico de los Derechos Humanos / Puerto Rico • Congressional Record Newsclips and Statements / Caribbean General • Cuban-Haitian Adjustment Act – 1984 HR 4853 (Cong. Peter Rodino) • CARIBBEAN. Friends for Jamaica. • Institute of Caribbean Studies Puerto Rico • Inter-American Policy Group (SAIS Seminar on US Policy in Caribbean) • Internat’l. Commission for the Coordination of Solidarity among sugar wor • Newslcips – Caribbean • Notes – Caribbean • Proyecto Caribeno de Justicia y Paz Puerto Rico • US Dept. of State / Caribbean • new tab: BAHAMAS • Grant Bahama Human Rights Association

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • Christian Institute (South Africa) • Civil Rights League (South Africa) • Clergy & Laity Concerned (USA) • Comite International pour le Respect et l’Application… “CIRAC” • Committee to Oppose bank Loans to South Africa (COBLSA) (USA) • SOUTHERN AFRICA. Community Law Centre. (CLC) • Conference in Solidarity with the Liberation Struggles of… So’ern Africa • Congress of South African Students (COSAS) (South Africa) • Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) (South Africa) • Congressional Ad Hoc Monitoring Group on Southern Africa (USA) • Contemporary Cultural Studies Unit (CCSU) (South Africa) • SOUTH AFRICA. Co-operative for Research and Education-CORE. • Counter Information Services, Institute for Policy Studies (USA) • Democratic Lawyers Association (DLA) (South Africa) • Detainees’ Parents Support Committee (DPSC) (South Africa) • Detentions Resource Centre, Institute of Criminology, U. of Cape Town • Development Action Group (DAG) (South Africa) • Diakonia (South Africa) • Diocesan Board of Social Responsibility (South Africa) • Disabled people of South Africa • Education Crisis – van der Walt Report • End Conscription Campaign (ECC) (South Africa) • End Loans to Southern Africa (ELTSA) (UK) • Episcopal Churchpeople for a Free Southern Africa (ECSA) (USA) • Federation of Dominicans of Southern Africa (FEDOSA) (South Africa) • Federation of South African Women (FEDSAW) (South Africa) • Federation of Transvaal Women (FEDTRAW) (South Africa) • Five Freedom Forum • Flemish Commission for Justice & Peace –material on South Africa (Belgium) • Foreign Investment in South Africa – Corporate (miscellaneous materials) • Foreign Investment in South Africa – Military/Nuclear (misc. materials) • Foreign Investment – Oil • Funda Centre (South Africa) • Grahamstown Rural Committee (GRC) (South Africa) • Health Workers Association (HWA) (South Africa) • Human Awareness Programme (HAP) – South Africa • SOUTH AFRICA Independent Board Of Inquiry Into Informal Repression • INFORMATION CENTRE ON SOUTH AFRICA • Institute for a Democratic Alternative for South Africa (IDASA) (South Africa • Institute for Contextual Theology (ICT) (South Africa) • Institute of Southern African Studies • International Campaign Against Banking on Apartheid (ICABA) (UK) • International Defence & Aid Fund (IDAF) (UK & USA) • International Unviersity Exchange Fund (IUEF) (Switzerland) • Johannesburg Democratic Action Committee (JODAC) (South Africa) • Kaiser Foundation • LABOUR & ECONOMIC RESEARCH CENTRE (LERC) – SOUTH AFRICA • Lawyers for Human Rights (LHR) (South Africa) • Legal Resources Centre (LRC) (South Africa) • Media Workers’ Association of South Africa (MWASA) (South Africa) • Medical Education for South African Blacks, Inc.Medical Aid Fund • Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) (USA) • Mozambique, Angola & Gune Information Centre (UK) • National Association of Democratic Lawyers (NADEL) (South Africa)

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with three tabs. • National Education Crisis Committee (NECC) (South Africa) • National Medical & Dental Association (NAMDA) (South Africa) • NATIONAL LAND COMMITTEE (NLC) • SOUTH AFRICA: Natl Union of Mineworkers (NUM) – Strike 87 • National Union of South African Students (NUSAS) (South Africa) • Operation Hunger (South Africa) • Operation Real South Africa (ORSA) (South Africa) • Organisation for Appropriate Social Services in South Africa (OASSSA) • Pan-Africanist Congress of Azania (PAC) (South Africa / Tanzania) • Pietermaritzburg Agency for Christian Social Awareness (PACSA) • Port Elizabeth Black Civic Association (PEBCO) (South Africa • Prisoners’ Welfare Programmes (PRIWELPRO) (South Africa – Transkei) • Progressive Federal Party – Deurbraak (South Africa) • Release Mandela committee (RMC) formerly Free N.M. Committee (So. Afr. • Repression Monitoring Group (RMG) (South Africa) • Rural Legal Services Project (RLSP) (South Africa) • Scandinavian Newsletter on Southern Africa (Sweden) • Shipping Research Bureau (Netherlands) Oil Embargo Newsletter • Skotaville Publishers (South Africa) • South Africa / Namibia Update, Africa Policy Information Center, AAI (USA) • South African Congress of Trade Unions (SACTU) (UK) (Workers Unity) • South African Congress of Trade Unions (SACTU) Solidarity Comm. (Can) • South African Committee for Higher Education & Development (SACHED) • South African Embassy (South Africa) • South AFrican Labour Bulletin (SALB) • South African Military Refugee Aid Fund (SAMRAF) (USA) • South African PEN Centre (South Africa) • South African Youth Congress (SAYCO) (South Africa) • Southern Africa Liberation Centre (Australia) • Southern Africa: The Imprisoned Society (SATIS) (UK) • SOUTH AFRICA Southern Africa Education Trust Fund. • SA Council of Churches • SOUTHERN AFRICA Southern African Human Rights Foundation. • Southern African Labour and Development Research Unit (SALDRU) • Soweto Civic Association/Committee of Ten (South Africa) • V – South Africa – Steve Biko Memorial Committee – 1 V – • V – SOUTH AFRICA – STOP THE APARTHEID RUGBY TOUR (SART) – 1 • V – SOUTH AFRICA – CORPORATE CODES OF CONDUCT (SULLIVAN PRINCIPLES, ETC.) – 1 • SOUTH AFRICA The Centre For Human Rights Studies. • V – SOUTHERN AFRICA Toronto Committee For the Liberation of Southern Africa • United Democratic Front (UDF) (South Africa) • US Policy on South Africa: Congress & State Department • V – SOUTH AFRICA – WORLD CAMPAIGN AGNST. MIL. AND NUC. COLL. W/SA – 1 • University of Natal • SOUTH AFRICA. University of the Western Cape. • Werkgroep Kairos (Netherlands) • Women’s law in Southern Africa • World Peace Council V- South Africa • new tab: SUDAN • V – Sudan General Material – 1 • SUDAN Sudan Human Rights Organization. • Sudan Monitor • SUDANESE BAR ASSOCIATION • SUDANESE ORGANIZATION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS • SUDAN Sudan Update Newsletter. • new tab: SWAZILAND • Swaziland – General Materials • Council of Swaziland Churches • new tab: TANZANIA • Ilarmatak Lolkonerei Tanzania • International Assn of Educators for World Peace – Tanzania • Journalists Organization of Tanzania (JOT) • Tanzania Gender Networking Program • TANZANIA Sauti Ya Siti. • TANZANIA Tanzania Media Womens Association. • TANZANIA The Tanzania Human Rights Association (TAHURA).

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with seven tabs. • Washington Report on Mid East Aff • MIDDLE EAST Washington Middle East Associates • MIDDLE EAST. Welfare Association. • MIDDLE EAST West Bank and Gaza Project – British Refugee Council • MIDDLE EAST Women against Occupation • MIDDLE EAST Najda. – Women Concerned About The Middle East • Women in Black • Women’s Organization for Pol Pris • MIDDLE EAST Women United To End Occupation. • MIDDLE EAST. Workers’ Hotline. • MIDDLE EAST World Organization of Jews from Arab Countries (WOJAC) • MIDDLE EAST World Service Authority (WSA) Center for World Citizens • World University Service • Yesh Gvul • MIDDLE EAST Ziad Abu Ein Case (Israel) • new tab: GOVERNMENT Statements • Government Statements A-C • Government Statements E-G • Government Statements I-L • Government Statements M-P • Government Statements R-T • Government Statements U-Z • new tab: NGOs STATEMENTS • NGO Statements – Amnesty International • NGO Statements A-Z • new tab: IGO STATEMENTS • IGO Statements A-Z • new tab: PRESS RELEASES + MEDIA PACK • Press Releases 9-16 June 1993 • Press Releases 17-24 June 1993 • Media Pack • new tab: issues • Issues – CONSULTATIVE STATUS • Issues – DEVELOPMENT • Issues – DISABLED • Issues – INDIGENOUS PEOPLES • Issues – RACIAL DISCRIMINATION • Issues – REFUGEES • Issues – TRADE UNIONS • Issues – UNIVERSALITY • Issues – YOUTH • Issues – WOMEN • new tab: NGO FORUM • NGO FORUM • BEYOND VIENNA WORKING GROUP • SATELLITE MEETINGS • Regional meetings – TUNIS • Regional meetings – SAN JOSE • NGOs – ASIA • Regional meetings – BANGKOK • new tab: REGIONAL MEETINGS • (unlabeled folder) • (unlabeled folder)

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order: • MIDDLE EAST Israel Peace Research Society • MIDDLE EAST Israel Council for the Rescue of Jews in Arab Lands • MIDDLE EAST Israeli Council for Israeli-Palestinian Peace-Newsletter • MIDDLE EAST: The Israeli Information Centre for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories • MIDDLE EAST Israeli League for Human and Civil Rights • MIDDLE EAST. Israeli – Palestinian Human Rights Committee. • Israeli & Palestinian Writers, Artists and Academics Committee… • MIDDLE EAST Israeli Ministry of Justice • MIDDLE EAST Israeli Press Highlights • MIDDLE EAST Israel Secular Humanist • MIDDLE EAST Israeli Socialist Organization • Isreal supreme court • MIDDLE EAST Jam’iet At-tainmiah and At-tatweer (JTT) • Jerusalem Fund • MIDDLE EAST. Jewish Labor Committee. • MIDDLE EAST. The Jewish Peace Lobby. • Kav Adom (The Red Line) • MIDDLE EAST Kufr Kana Local Council • MIDDLE EAST. Kurdish Program • MIDDLE EAST. Labor Committee on the Middle East. • MIDDLE EAST Le centre maghrebin de Recherche et d’information. • Magelan SARL • MIDDLE EAST. Mandela Institute for Political Prisoners. • MIDDLE EAST. Medical Aid for Palestine. • MIDDLE EAST + MEDITERRANEAN OUTLOOK AND THE ISLAMIC WORLD / INST. FOR DEMOGRAHIC STUDIES / HARVEST VISION LTD. • MIDDLE EAST Middle East Childrens Alliance. • MIDDLE EAST Middle East Christian Research Center (CEROC) • MIDDLE EAST The Middle East council of Churches • MIDDLE EAST Middle East JOURNAL. • MIDDLE EAST Middle East Peace Action Coalition • MIDDLE EAST. Middle East Policy Council. • MIDDLE EAST Middle East Policy & Research Center (MEPARC) • MIDDLE EAST. Middle East Research And Information Project (MERIP). • MIDDLE EAST Middle East Resource Center • MIDDLE EAST National Association of Arab Americans • MIDDLE EAST Neturei Karta • MIDDLE EAST. New England Coalition to Stop U.S. Intervention in the M.E. • MIDDLE EAST New Israel Fund • MIDDLE EAST New Outlook Middle EAST Magazine • MIDDLE EAST North American Academics in Solidarity with Palestinian Universities (NAASPU) • North American Coordinating Commit • MIDDLE EAST North American Friends of Palestinian Universities • MIDDLE EAST November 29th Coalition • MIDDLE EAST OUTREACH COMMITTEE, ISA • MIDDLE EAST Palestine Aid Society of America • MIDDLE EAST The Palestine Committee for Non-governmental Organisation • MIDDLE EAST Palestine Congress of North America • MIDDLE EAST Palestine Human Rights Campaign • MIDDLE EAST Palestine Information Office • MIDDLE EAST Palestine/Israel Bulletin • Palestine Liberation Organisation • MIDDLE EAST Palestine Solidarity Committee • MIDDLE EAST Palestinian General • PALESTINIAN CENTER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS THE FREEDOM • Middle east Palestinian Center for the Study of Nonviolence • MIDDLE EAST. Palestinian Federation of Women’s Action Committees. • MIDDLE EAST Palestine Human Rights Information Center. • Palestinian National Committee on Children • MIDDLE EAST Partnership (Shutafut) • MIDDLE EAST _General Partners For Peace in the Middle Eas • MIDDLE EAST Peace Now • MIDDLE EAST Prisoner’s Friends Association in Israel • MIDDLE EAST PILGRIMAGE For A Just Settlement in the Middle East • MIDDLE EAST Public Committee Against Torture in Israel • MIDDLE EAST Rabbis For Human Rights. • MIDDLE EAST Resistance in the MIddle East • MIDDLE EAST Sami Esmail Case • SAMEDOON • Sanabel Services • MIDDLE EAST Search for Justice and Equality in Palestine (M.E. Resource Cen.) • MIDDLE EAST Settlement Watch. • MIDDLE EAST Shalom Network • Shevet Nasheen • MIDDLE EAST Society for Middle East Confederation • MIDDLE EAST Support Committee for the Liberation Movement in the Gulf • MIDDLE EAST. The Association of Forty. • MIDDLE EAST The General Arab Women Federation • The Twenty-First Year (The 21st Year) • MIDDLE EAST Terre Fleener Case • ISRAEL. The Education Fund for Israeli Civil Rights And Peace • MIDDLE EAST Union Des Avocats Arabes / Union of Arab Lawyers • MIDDLE EAST United Nations International Conference on the Question of Palestine • United Nations Misc. • MIDDLE EAST United Palestinian Appeal, Inc. (UPA) • MIDDLE EAST War Resisters International (Israel) • MIDDLE EAST Washington Area Jews for an Israeli-Palestinian Peace

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with nine tabs • EGYPT The Egyptian Organisation For Human Rights • EGYPT. Legal Research and Resource Center for Human Rights. • Society of Human Rights Supporters / Egypt • new tab: IRAN • Iran -- General • V-IRAN ASSOCIATION DE SOUTIEN AU PEUPLE IRANIEN (Switzerland) “ASPIR” • (unlabeled) • Center for Iranian Research & Analysis V – IRAN • Commission to Aid Iranian Refugees, USA. Iran • COUNCIL TO MONITOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN IRAN • V – Iran – Committee in Solidarity with the People of Iran • IRAN RELIEF FUND • FONDATION POUR L’INDEPENDENCE DE L’IRAN • IRANIAN DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE, USA. Iran • IRAN RESISTANCE • ISLAMIC REVOLUTION USA Iran • Moslem Iranian Students Society (USA & Canada) Iran • (unlabeled) • National Council of Resistance of Iran • PEOPLE’S MOJAHEDIN ORGANIZATION OF IRAN • U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE • new tab: IRAQ • V-Iraq – Iraq General – 1 • Baghdad Daily Paper Alh-Thawra • IRAQ. Iraqi Kurdistan Front. • CARDI • General Fed’n of Iraqi Women • The Baghdad Observer • HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANIZATION OF IRAQ • International Organization for the Defence of Human Rights in Iraq • INFORMATION COMMITTEE IN USA • Iraqui communist party • The Iraqi Woman • Iraqi Press Office V-Iraq • IRAQ VISIT: Feb 28 – Mar 8 1985 • ISLAMIC DA’WA PARTY • ISLAMIC UNION OF IRAQI STUDENTS • KURDISTAN POPULAR DEMOCRATIC PARTY (KPDP) • ORGANISATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN IRAQ / UNITED KINGDOM • new tab: JORDAN • V-Jordan – Jordan General – 1 • V-Jordan Jordan newsclips – 1 • new tab: KURDISTAN • V-Kurdistan – Kurdistan General – 1 • V-Kurdistan – Association of Kurdistan Students Abroad – 1 • Kurdish Program – Cultural Survival • new tab: KUWAIT • V-Kuwait – Kuwait newsclips – 1 • V-Kuwait – Kuwait General – 1 • KUWAIT. Citizens for a Free Kuwait. • new tab: LEBANON • V-Lebanon Lebanon General – 1 • Account (for the prisoners V- Lebanon and missing in Lebanon) • V-Lebanon AD-HOC LEBANON EMERGENCY COMMITTEE • V-Lebanon International Commission of Inquiry into Israeli Crimes against Lebanese & Palestin’s • LEBANON Lebanese Association For Human Rights. • LEBANSESE ASSOCIATION OF DEMOCRATIC LAWYERS • Lebanon Information Processing Service (British Refugee Council) – Lebanon • V-LEBANON National Emergency Committee on Lebanon • SAVE LEBANON INC. • SABRA SHATILA COMMEMORATION COMMITTEE • Committee for the revolution in Oman, KROG • new tab: SAUDI ARABIA • Saudi Arabia – Saudi Arabia General • Council for Hurman rights in Saudia Arabia • V-Saudi Arabia – Saudi ARabia newsclips – 1 • UNION OF DEMOCRATIC YOUTH IN SAUDI ARABIA • new tab: SYRIA • V-Syria – Syria newsclips – 1 • SYRIA. Comites de Defense Democratiques et des Droits de l’Homme en Syrie (C.D.F.). • V-Syria – Syria General – 1 • Committee on Human Rights in Syria • V-Syria – League for Defense of Human Rights in Syria – 1 • V-Syria – Legal coalition for Syrian Jewry – 1 • new tab: People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen • V-Yemen – People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen General – 1 (North) • V-Yemen – People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen newclips – 1 (North) • South Yemen

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with three tabs. • INDONESIA – Indonesian Legal Aid Assistance Program LBH Indon. • INDONESIA – Lembaga Bantuan Hukum (LBH) • INDONESIA – Lembaga Studi Pembangunan / LSP Institute for Devt Studies GRASSRTS. • INDONESIA – Lembaga Penelitian… (LP3ES) Indon. • INDONESIA – Kelompok Kerja Petisi 50/ Petition fof 50 Working Grp. Indon. • INDONESIA – South Moluccas General • INDONESIA – MoluccanPeople’s Mission Neth. • INDONESIA – MOVEMENT OF INDONESIANS ABROAD FOR HUMAN RIGHTS & DEMOCRACY • INDONESIA – National Liberation Front Acheh Sumatra UK • INDONESIA – Perhimpunan Indonesia Raya / Kancah. • INDONESIA – Stichting West-Melanesie Tribuna Neth. • INDONESIA – Stuurgroep R.M.S. Neth. • INDONESIA – TAPOL: campaign for Pol. Prisoners in Indonesia UK • INDONESIA – Third World Network Indonesia Secretariat • INDONESIA – Tweede Kamer Der DStaten-Generaal/Parl. Questions Neth. • INDONESIA – U.S. Congress • INDONESIA – Yayasan Annisa Swasti • INDONESIA – Yayasan Mandiri • new tab: East Timor • INDONESIA / EAST TIMOR – Clippings • INDONESIA/EAST TIMOR – Submissions to International Legal Bodies • INDONESIA /EAST TIMOR – General • INDONESIA/EAST TIMOR – Associacao de Amizade Port. Timor-Leste FUNU Port. • INDONESIA/EAST TIMOR – British Campgn for an Ind E. Timor E TIMOR INFO BULLETIN • INDONESIA/EAST TIMOR – Catholic Institute for Intl Relations (CIIR) UK • INDONESIA/EAST TIMOR – Chomsky, Noam Report to UN General Assembly • INDONESIA/EATS TIMOR – Commision des REfugies de Timor Portugal Port • INDONESIA/EAST TIMOR – The Dunn Report • EAST TIMOR. East Timor Action Network. • INDONESIA/EAST TIMOR – East Timor Alert Network Can • INDONESIA/EAST TIMOR – East Timor Human Rts Committee E TIMOR UPDATE USA • INDONESIA/EAST TIMOR – East Timor Information & Research Project USA • INDONESIA/EAST TIMOR – East Timor News Agency E TIMOR NEWS Austr. • INDONESIA/EAST TIMOR – Emergency Committee for HR in Indon & Self-Det in E. Timor • EAST TIMOR. International Federation for East Timor (IFET). • EAST TIMOR Ottawas Friends Of East Timor. • INDONESIA/EAST TIMOR – Parliamentarians for East Timor Austr- • INDONESIA/EAST TIMOR – Frente Revolucion aria… (FRETELIN) E. Timor • INDONESIA/EAST TIMOR – TIMOR NEWSLETTER Port. • INDONESIA/EAST TIMOR – UN Press Releases • INDONESIA/EAST TIMOR-U.S. Congress • new tab: West Papua • INDONESIA/WEST PAPUA – General • INDONESIA/WEST PAPUA (Irian Jaya) – Newsclips • WEST PAPUA BIBLIOGRAPHY • INDONESIA/WEST PAPUA – Comite Vluchtelingenhulp Papoea’s Neth • INDONESIA/WEST PAPUA – Foreningen Ett Fritt Papua Sweden • INDONESIA/WEST PAPUA – Natl Committee of the Free Papua Movement WP • INDONESIA/WEST PAPUA-Revolutionary Provisional Govt of West Papua N Guin. • INDONESIA/WEST PAPUA-Stichting Door de Eeuwen Trouw/Dutch Melanesian Aid Fund • new tab: JAPAN • Japan – Miscellaneous Orgs • JAPAN – General • JAPAN – Amnesty International, Japanese Section • ASIA – Asian Human Rights Commission Asian Legal Ressource Centre Japan • ASIA – Asian Women’s Association Jpn • ASIA – Asian Women’s Workers Fellowship Jpn • JAPAN – Asian Laborers Solidarity Japan • ASIA – Asian Legal Research Institute Japan • JAPAN – Assn Fighting for the Acquisition of HR of Koreans in Japan • JAPAN – Buraku Liberation Research Inst BURAKU LIBERATION NEWS • JAPAN – Buraku Liberation Research Inst. Japan • JAPAN – Coordinating Committee to Support the Eastern Asian Anti-Japan.. • JAPAN – Buraku Liberation League/Buraku Kaiho Domei Jap • JAPAN – Buraku Liberation Research Institute Japan • JAPAN – Fingerprinting Emergency Action Team (FEAT) Japan • ASIA – Centre for Christian Response to Asian Issues JAPAN MIL. MONITOR Jap • JAPAN – Hitobito – Sha THE PEOPLE Japan • JAPAN – House of Emergency Love and Peace (HELP) • JAPAN – Human Rts committee of the Daini Tokyo Bar Assn Mental health Reports • JAPAN – Institute ofr the Study of Social Justice/Sophia Relief Services • JAPAN – International Labor Movement Institute • JAPAN – International Human Rights Law Association (IHRLA). • JAPAN – Japan Christian Center Jpn • JAPAN – Japan Civil Liberties Union Japan • JAPAN – Japan Emergency Conference on Korean Problems Japan • JAPAN – Japan Federation of Bar Associations Japan • JAPAN – Japan International Volunteer Center (JVC) Jpn • JAPAN – Japan-North American Commission on Cooperative Mission (NJAC) USA • JAPAN. Japan Pacific Resource Network (J.P.R.N.). • JAPAN – Japan Watch International Jpn • JAPAN – Japanese Catholic Council for Justice and Peace Japan • JAPAN – Japanese Committee of Fund for Mental Health and Human Rights Jap • JAPAN – Jesuit Social and Pastoral Centre Japan • JAPAN. Joint committee for International Problem.

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with one tab. • Instituto ser de Investigacion • Liga Colombiana por los Derechos y la Liberacion del Pueblos (LCDLP) • Movimiento 19 de Abril M-19 • Organizacion Nacional Indigena de Colombia (ONIC) • Partido Comunista Colombiano –Resumen- • COLOMBIA. Profamilia. • Special Government Commission to Visit Political Prisoners • UNION PATRIOTICA (UP) • Vainas de Macondo • YAVI • new tab: CANADA • V – CANADA – GENERAL (ORGANIZATIONS) 1 • CANADIAN LABELS • V-CANADA IMMIGRATION • 1979 #2 HR Press • V – CANADA – ACCESS 1 • V – CANADA – ARUSHA CROSS-CULTURAL CENTRE – 1 • Association of Iroquois & Allied Indians • CANADA Book and Periodical Council. • CANADIAN CENTRE FOR THE INVESTIGATION AND PREVENTION OF TORTURE • V – CANADA – CANADIAN CIVIL LIBERTIES ASSOCIATION – 1 • V-1 Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (El Salvador) • V –Canada – Canadian Crossroads International – 1 • Canadian Human Rights ADVOCATE • Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice • Canadian Jesuit Refugee Programme • Canadian Jewish Congress • CANADA Canada Latin America Resource Centre. • Canadian Rights & Liberties Federation • V – CANADA – ECUMENICAL FORUM OF CANADA: FISH EYE ENS (1) • Ecumenical News CANADA • GATT FLY • Human Rights Coalition • Canada – International Conference on Penal Abolition

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with four tabs. • Asia – Institute of Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn University • ASIA – Intergovernmental Committee for Migration (ICM) • SOUTH ASIA – International Centre for Ethnic Studies (ICES) SriLanka • ASIA – International Movement of Cath Students (IMCS) –Asia HK • ASIA – International Org of Consumers Unions-Asian Region Malaysia • ASIA Intl Org of Consumer Unions Asia Pacific Region Malays • ASIA – Japan Pacific Resource Network • ASIA. Jesuit Refugee Service Asia Pacific • ASIA – The Law Association for Asia and the Pacific (LAWASIA) Austr. • ASIA – Obor Foundation USA • ASIA – Pacific AsiaResource Center (PARC) New Asia News Jpn • ASIA – Pacific Asia Resource Center (PARC) Info Index Service Jpn • ASIA – Pacific Studies Center USA • ASIA – Pacific Rim Task Force-Church Council of Greater Seattle USA • ASIA – Pearl Buck Foundation USA • ASIA – PHC News Bulletin Thai • ASIA – Rainforest Action Network USA • new tab: CHINA • new tab: People’s Rep. of China • PRC – Newsclips • PRC – General • RFE: CHINA (6jun88-30dec88) • CHINA China Courier. • PRC China Info Centre • PRC – China Spring USA • CHINA – US HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANIZATION • PRC – Chinese Alliance for Democracy (CAD) USA • PRC – Chinese Democratic Movement Resource Center HK • PR of CHINA – Chinese Human Rights Association USA • PRC – Chinese People’s Association for Peace and Disarmament PRC • PRC – Committee to Defend Democratic Rights in China UK • (PRC) FRIENDS OF CHINESE MINZHU • PRC – Guangzhou Chinese P.E.N. Centre • PRC – Hong Kong Assn for Solidarity with Chinese Dem Mvt HK • PRC June 4 China Support Mon Group • CHINA. North American Coalition for Chinese Democracy (NACCD) • PRC – PEN Centre, PRC • CHINA. People United for a Democratic China. • PRC Radio Free Europe (china) • PRC – Shanghai Chinese P.E.N. Centre • PRC – Society for the Study of the Chinese Cultural Revolution (SSCCR)USA • CHINA Toronto Association For Democracy In China. • PR of CHINA – U.S. Department of State/ Bureau of Public Affairs • PR of CHINA – U.S. House of Representatives • new tab: Tibet • TIBET NEWSCLIPPINGS • TIBET (GENERAL) • TIBET GENERAL (BONN HEARINGS1989) • TIBET – General • TIBET – Asia Pacific Forum for Tibet HK • TIBET – Associazione Italia-Tibet Italy • Tibet: Dalai Lama • Tibet: First Congress of the Federation for Democracy in China • TIBET – International Campaign for Tibet USA • CHINA/TIBET – International Committee of Lawyers for Tibet USA • TIBET. International Campaign for Tibet (ICT). • Tibet: Lungta Tibet News • OFFICE OF TIBET • PRC/TIBET Sakya Tibetan Society India • PRC/TIBET – Standing Committee of the Chucshi Gangdrug Defent Tibet Vol • CHINA/TIBET – Tibetan Freedom Movement India • TIBET FUND • CHINA/TIBET – Tibet Information Network UK • TIBET – Tibet Support Group UK • TIBETAN BULLETIN • Tibetan Review New Delhi, INDIA • CHINA/TIBET – Tibetan United Association Indi • CHINA/TIBET – US Tibet Committee • new tab: Hong Kong • HONG KONG – General • HONGKONG – Amnesty International, Hong Kong Section • ASIA – Asia Monitor Resource Center HK • ASIA – Asia Labour Monitor HK • ASIA – Asian Committee for People’s Organization (ACPO) HK • ASIA – Asian Exchange HK • ASIA – Asian Profile HK • ASIA – Asian Legal Resource Center • ASIA – Asian Students Association HK • HONG KONG. Association for the Advancement of Feminism (AAF). • ASIA – Christian Conference of Asia HK • ASIA -. Committee for Asian Women HK • HONG KONG – Hong Kong Christian Institute UK • Hong Kong – Hong Kong Christian Service HK • HONG KONG. Hong Kong Human Rights Commissions. • HONGKONG – Hong Kong PEN Chinese Centre HK • HONGKONG – Hong Kong PEN Centre HK • HONG KONG – Hong Kong University Students’ Union • JUSTICE & PEACE COMMISSION OF THE HONG KONG CATHOLIC DIOCESE • REFUGEE CONCERN HONG KONG • HONG KONG – Society for Community Organisation HK • ASIA – Urban Rural Missions (CCA) HK • ASIA – World Student Christian Federation HK • YI – China Message

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order with one tab. • MIDDLE EAST Americans For Middle East Understanding, Inc. • MIDDLE EAST American-Israeli Civil Liberties Coalition Inc. • American/Israel council for Israeli-Palestinian Peace • AMIDEAST • MIDDLE EAST – American Near East Refugee Aid (ANERA) • American Support for the Advancement of Civil Liberties in Israel • MIDDLE EAST American Zionist Federation • MIDDLE EAST Americans for a Progressive Israel • MIDDLE EAST- Americans for Middle East understanding. • MIDDLE EAST. AMIDEAST. • MIDDLE EAST Anti-Defamation League of B’nai Brith • Middle East The Arab American Cultural Foundation • MIDDLE EAST Arab American Institute • MIDDLE EAST The Arab Association For Human Rights (HRA) • MIDDLE EAST Arab Information Center • MIDDLE EAST Arab Women’s Information Committee • MIDDLE EAST Arab Womens Solidarity Association • MIDDLE EAST Ansar Resource Center • MIDDLE EAST. Association de Solidarite Franco-Arabe. • MIDDLE EAST Association for Civil Rights in Israel • MIDDLE EAST – Association of Arab-American University Graduates • MIDDLE EAST- Association for the Defence of Human Rights and Dem. Liberties in the Arab World • Assn of Israeli and Palestinian Physicians • MIDDLE EAST. Beirut University College. • Birzeit University • B’Tselem • MIDDLE EAST The British Anti-Zionist Organization/Palestine Solidarity • MIDDLE EAST – British Israel Public Affairs Committee (BIPAC) • MIDDLE EAST – British-Kurdish Friendship Society Kurdistan Bulletin • Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS) – on Mid East Gen • MIDDLE EAST – Camp David • MIDDLE EAST Canadian Arab Federation. • MIDDLE EAST. “CARE & LEARNING” – In Deffence of Children under Occupation • MIDDLE East- International Center for Peace in the Middle East-Arab Press Briefs • MIDDLE EAST- International Center for Peace in the Middle East- “Jews Speak Out” • MIDDLE EAST- International Center for Peace in the Middle East- Newsletter • MIDDLE EAST- International Center for Peace in the Middle East-Israeli Press Briefs • MIDDLE EAST Centre D’etudes De Droits De L’Homme En Egypte • MIDDLE EAST. Centre de Recherches sur les Droits de l’Homme et de la Famille. • MIDDLE EAST CHALLENGE/ETGAR. • committee confronting the iron front • Committee for the Defence of Voluntary Work in the Arab Sector • Committee of familiesof deportes • MIDDLE EAST Committee for the Defense of Palestinian Prisoners and Detainees in Isr. Jails • MIDDLE EAST Committee for the Defence of Palestinian Human Rights under Israeli Occupatioin • MIDDLE EAST- committee for the Revolution in Oman and the Arabian Gulf • Middle East. Committee on Israeli Censorship. • MIDDLE EAST. The Committee to Support Palestinian Political Prisoners. • MIDDLE EAST. Education Fund for Israeli Civil Rights and Peace. • Dai L’Kibush • Defence for Children (Israel) • MIDDLE EAST. Foundation for Democratic Education in Israel. • Friends of the IDF • MIDDLE EAST Friends Of Palestinian Prisoners. • MIDDLE EAST. Friends of Yesh Gvul. • MIDDLE EAST Gaza Center For Rights And Law (GCRL). • MIDDLE EAST. Gesellschaft fur Osterreichisch Arabische Beziehungen (GOAB). • MIDDLE EAST Hotline-Center For the Defence Of the Individual. • MIDDLE EAST- Human Rights Association (Israel) • MIDDLE EAST. Human Rights Rapid Response Network. • MIDDLE EAST. Hotline. • MIDDLE EAST Independent Jewish Committee for Jewish-Arab Coexistence • INSTITUT ARABE DES DROITS DE L’HOMME TUNISIA • MIDDLE EAST. Institut du Monde Arabe. • MIDDLE EAST Institute For Palestine Studies (IPS). • MIDDLE EAST- Institute of Palestine Studies • MIDDLE EAST. Institut Kurde de Paris. • MIDDLE EAST International Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists • MIDDLE EAST International Center for Info. on Palestinian & Lebanese Prisoner • MIDDLE EAST- International Centre for Information on Palestinian and Lebanese Prisoners • MIDDLE EAST- International Center for Peace in the Middle East • INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE GULF & ARABIAN PENIS. • MIDDLE EAST International Committee for Palestinian Human Rights • International Jewish Peace Union • new tab: ASIA • ASIA – Church in Asia Report/Federation of Asian Bishops Conference • ASIA – Asian Huridocs • ASIA – Asian Contacts • ASIA – Notes on Asian Trip

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with two tabs. • India: Press clippings April 89 • INDIA – Newsclips • INDIA – General • INDIA – General • INDIA – Harry’s Trip to India/Slanka • Sri Lanka/India – Harry • INDIA – Ananda Marga Institute • INDIA – Anti-Sati Women’s Convention • INDIA – Articles on Sikhs • INDIA – Bhopal/Union Carbide Case • INDIA – Bonded Labour Front • INDIA – Centre for Women’s Development Studies • INDIA – HRI Seminar on Sikhs (Apr 1985) • INDIA – Ahmedabad Study Action Group • Ahmedabad Women’s Action Group (AWAG) Ahmedabad, INDIA • Bombay Sarvodaya Friendship Centre Bombay, INDIA • INDIA – Centre for Education and Documentation • INDIA – Centre for Environment Concerns • INDIA – Centre for Environment Concerns • INDIA – Centre for Human Development and Social Change • Centre for Policy Research (India) • Centre for Science & Environment New Delhi, INDIA • INDIA – Centre for Social Research • Centre for Soccio-Legal Research Madras, INDIA (CSRDS) • INDIA – Citizens Committee for Cvil Lib and democratic Rights • Committe for Info and Initiative on Punjab • Committee for Protection of Dem Rights Bombay, INDIA (CPDR) • INDIA – Committee of Concerned Punjabis USA • INDIA Punjab Human Rights Organisation (REGD) PHRO • INDIA – Committee on the Right to Housing • Conservation Society of DelhiConcerned for Working Children (CWC) Bangalore, INDIA • INDIA – Consumer Research Centre • INDIA – Dahkni Muslim Jama=ath • INDIA – Dalit Liberation Education Trust • Delhi Forum New Delhi, INDIA • Ecumenical Christian Cntr ECC Bangalore, INDIA • Gujarat Vidyapeth Ahmedabad, INDIA • INDIA – Human Rights and _Peace Center • INDIA – Human Rights Institute of Lucknow • HUMAN RIGHTS TEACHING & RESEARCH PROGRAMME, J. Nehru University, India. • India Alert Oak Park, IL, USA • India Alert • ASIA – Regional Council for Human Rts in Asia (RCHRA) Phil • ASIA – Society for the Protection of East Asians Human Rights (SPEAHR) USA • ASIA – South Asian Committee on Human Rights and Development SriL • ASIA – South-Asia Bureau WGerm • ASIA – Southeast Asian Forum for Devt Alternative • ASIA – Southeast Asia Resource Center (Defunct) USA • ASIA – Task Force on Militarization in Asia and the Pacific USA • ASIA – Third World Reports USA • ASIA – US Congress / Hearings on Asia • ASIA – World Student Christian Federatn (WSCF) HK • new tab: AFGHANISTAN • AFGHANISTAN – General • AFGHANISTAN – Afghan Community in America

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with four tabs. • JAPAN – Kawasaki Peace Information Center Japan • JAPAN – League of Shibayama & Sanrizuka Farmers… MUSHIRO-BATA Japan • JAPAN – Love and Human Rights Forum • JAPAN – The Nov 22nd Rescue Association • JAPAN – National Women’s Education Center Jpn • JAPAN – Niwano Peace Foundation Japan • JAPAN – Pacific Asia Resource Center Japan • JAPAN – Press Alternative THE JAPAN CITIZEN NOW Japan • Research/Action Institute for Koreans in Japan (RAIK) japan • JAPAN – Rodo Joho/News From Militant Japanese Workers Japan • JAPAN – Soka Gakkai International Jpan • JAPAN – United Church of Christ in Japan Buraku Lib Cntr CROWNED WITH THORNS • JAPAN – Nihon Kirisuto Kyodan/United church of Christ Kyodan Newsletter Jpn • JAPAN – World Education Fellowship Japan • new tab: KOREA • KOREA – General • new tab: North Korea • new tab: South Korea • KOREA – HRI Notes (November 1979) • KOREA – Alliance for Democracy and Reunification of Korea Japan • KOREA-Asian Heritage Institute BULLETIN USA • KOREA-Canada Asia Working Group Canada • KOREA- Columban Fathers Justice and Peace Office AMOS SKorea • KOREA – Committee for a Democratic Press Movement (CDPM) SKorea • KOREA- Committee for a New Korea Policy USA • SOUTH KROEA – Comite International de’ Juristes Pour la Demokratie.. Fran • KOREA-Council for Democracy in Korea MONTHLY REVIEW OF KOREAN AFFRS USA • SOUTH KOREA – Council for Democratic Pres s Movement • KOREA-General Association of Korean Residents in Japan Japan • KOREA – Hiroshima Citizens’ Group Japan • KOREA • - International HR League of Korea THE INTL HUMAN RIGHTS NEWS Korea • KOREA, International Committee of Jurists for Democracy and Human Rights in South Korea. France • KOREA – Joint Christian Committee of Natl Coalition for Democracy • Korea: Fingerprinting emergency Action Team. (FEAT) • SOUTH KOREA – Korea Church Women United • KOREA – Korea Church Women United Korea • KOREA – Korea Information and REsource Center USA • KOREA – Korean League of Women Voters Korea • KOREA – Korea Legal Aid Center for Family Relations Korea • KOREA – Korea Peace Research Institute (KoPRI) Korea • KOREA – Korean Institute for Human Rights USA • KOREA – Korean Patriotic Women’s Association USA • KOREA Korea Research And Information Center. • SOUTH KOREA – Korean Womens Development Institute • KOREA (NORTH) – Korea Buddhists Federation • KOREA (NORTH) – Korean Catholics Association • KOREA (NORTH) – Korean Christians Federation • SOUTH KOREA – Korean National Council of Churches • KOREA – Korean Resource Center • KOREA – Modern Korea REsource Center Jpn • KOREA – National Council of Churches in Korea Korea • KOREA – National Council of Churches of Christ USA • KOREA – National Democratic Movement Federation (NDMF) Korea • KOREA – North American Coalition for HR in Korea KOREA-PHONE WEEKLY RPT USA • KOREA – North American Coalition for HR in Korea KOREA/UPDATE USA • KOREA –North American Coalition for HR in Korea KEY CONTACT USA • KOREA – North American Coalition for HR in Korea ACTION USA • KOREA – North American Coalition for HR in Korea Miscellaneous Bulletin USA • KOREA – North American Coalition for HR in Korea Miscellaneous Bulletin USA • SOUTH KOREA – Presbyterian Church in the Republic of Korea • KOREA – Quaker International Affairs Program, East Asia Japan • KOREA – Save the Soh Brothers Society Japan • KOREA – Society to Defend the human Rights of Korean Women Japan • KOREA – Union of Overseas Koreans for Democracy & Unification Japan • KOREA – U.S. Congress • KOREA – Urgent Campaign for Democracy in Korea USA • KOREA – Vereinigung fur Demokratie in Korea WGer • INTERNATIONAL READING ASSOCIATION • INTERNATIONAL REFUGEE INTEGRATION RESOURCE CENTRE • INTERNATIONAL REHABILITATION AND RSEEARCH CENTRE FOR TORTURE VICTIMS • INTERNATIONAL REPORT • INTERNATIONAL REPRESENTATION FOR THE COUNCIL OF EVANGELICAL BAPTIST CHURCHES IN THE SOVIET UNION • INTERNATIONAL RSECUE COMMITTEE • INTERNATIONAL SAKHAROV COMMITTEE • INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON TRAINING FOR NONVIOLENT ACTION • INTERNATIONAL SREVICE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS – UN WATCH • INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL SECURITY ASSOCIATION • INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY NETWORK DESK (PHILIPPINES) • INTERNATIONAL STUDIES QUARTERLY • INT STUDY DAYS FOR A SOCIETY OVERCOMING DOMINATION • INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNAL ON BRITAINS PRESENCE IN IRELAND • International Third World Legal Studies Association • INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR CHILD WELFARE • INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF POPULATION • INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S TRIBUNE CENTER • INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF THE CHILD • International Youth and Student Movement for the United Naitons • Internews • INTERNS SUMMER 87 • INTER-PARLIAMENTARY UNION • IPIS • IRAN AID – C • IRAN: GENERAL • IRANIAN DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE • IRELAND – GENERAL • IRISH AMERICAN CONFERENCE • IRISH COMMISSION FOR JUSTICE AND PEACE • IRISH COUNCIL FOR CIVIL LIBERTIES • IRISH NATIONAL CAUCUS • ISLAMIC YOUTH CENTRE • ISRAEL: GENERAL • ISRAEL & PALESTINE MONTHLY REVIEW (Maxim Ghilan) • C – ISRAEL BAR ASSOCIATION, HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE • C – ISRAEL INTER-FAITH ASSOCIATION • ISRAELI EMBASSY • ISRAELI INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS – C • ISRAELI LEAGUE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS • C – ISRAELI SOCIETY FOR THE ICJ (ICJ) • ISRALEFT • ISTITUTO PER LE RELAZIONI TRA L’ITALIA E I PAESI DELL’AFRICA, AMERICA… • ITALY: GENERAL • new tab: J 10 • THE JACK P. EISNER INSTITUTE FOR HOLOCAUST STUDIES (NYC) – C • JACOBY Tamar • JAHN, ROLAND • JAIN / INDIA • JAMAICA DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION • JANIS, MARK WESTON • JAPAN – General • JAPAN EMERGENCY CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE ON KOREAN PROBLEMSA • HOSHINO, MASAKO JAPAN INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEER CENTER • Japanese Catholic Council for Justice and Peace • JARKOW INSTITUTE FOR LATIN AMERICA • Jesuit Office of Social Ministries

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with five tabs. • INDIA – Indian Council of Social Science Research • INDIA – Indian Cultural Development Centre • Indian social Institute New Dehli • INDIA – Indian Peoples Human Rights Commission • INDIA – Indian Social Institute • Info Off-Central Tibetan Secretariat Dharmsala, H.P., INDIA • INDIA – Institutefor Cultural Research and Action (ICRA) • INDIA – Intel Federation of Dalit Organizations • INDIA – International Jurists Organisation • Islamic Youth Centre Calicut, INDIA • Karnataka Civil Liberties Committee Bangalore, Karnataka, INDIA • INDIA – Karnataka Welfare Society India • INDIA Kashmiri American Council. • INDIA – Law Reform Group, Bombay • INDIA – Legal Resource Centre • INDIA – Lawyers Collective • Legal Resources for Social Action (LRSA) Chengalpattu, Tamilnadu, INDIA • INDIA Lokayan. • The Monitor • INDIA – Mother Theresa Women’s University • INDIA – Naga Peoples Movement for Human Rights • Natl Biblical Catechetical Liturgical Centre Bangalore, INDIA • INDIA. National Campaign for Housing Rights. • People’s Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL) Delhi, INDIA • INDIA – People’s Union for DEmocratic Rights • PUNJAB HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANISATION (India) • INDIA – Research Centre for Womens Studies • INDIA – Rural Community Development Association • SEARCH Bangalore, INDIA • INDIA Jawaharla Nehru University. School Of International Studies. • INDIA – Sihk Human Rights Group Can • INDIA – Sikh Human Rights Group UK • INDIA – Sikh Religious and Educational Trust USA • INDIA. Society for Development Action (SODA). • INDIA – The Other Side • The Ecumenical Council for Repats and Refugees from SriLanka (TECRAS • INDIA – Union REsearch Group • INDIA – Unnayan • Urban Development Institute (UDI) Bombay, INDIA • INDIA VIGILINDIA • INDIA – Volunteer in Service to India’s Oppressed & Neglected (VISION) • INDIA – Women’s Issues • INDIA. Women’s Studies and Development Centre. • INDIA – Working Group on Untouchables / Minority Rights Group USA • INDIA – World Sikh Organization • INDIA – Xavier Institute of Social Service • Youth for Unity & Voluntary Action (YUVA) Bombay, INDIA • INDIA Young India Project. • new tab: INDOCHINA • INDOCHINA – General • INDOCHINA – Boat People S.O.S. Committee / Indochina Refugees USA • INDOCHINA – Center for International Policy (CIP), Indochina Project USA • INDOCHINA Indochina Digest. • INDOCHINA – Indochina Newsletter USA • INDOCHINA Indochina Project. • INDOCHINA – Indochina REfugee Action Center USA • INDOCHINA Indochina Resource Action Center. • INDOCHINA Nhan Quyen (Droits de L’homme). • new tab: Kampuchea • KAMPUCHEA – General • KAMPUCHEA – International Cambodia Hearing (Oslo/April 21-23, 1978) • KAMPUCHEA- Cambodia Appeal USA • KAMPUCHEA – Cambodia Crisis Center Cambodia Action Update USA • CAMBODIA – Cambodia Documentation Commission USA • CAMBODIA – Cambodian Genocide Project • KAMPUCHEA – Japan International Volunteer Center Thai • KAMPUCHEA – Save Cambodia, Inc. Cambodia Today USA • CAMBODIA – Swedish and Norweigian Kampuchean Friendship Assn Sw/Norw • new tab: Laos • LAOS – General • LOAS Lao United Freedom Organisation. • LOAS. Organization of Laotian Students Fighting for Independence and Democracy. • new tab: Vietnam • VIETNAM – General • VIETNAM – Aurora Foundation USA • VIETNAM – Association Les Amis de Que Me QUE ME France • VIETNAM – Communaute Vietnamienne VIETNAM INFO France • VIETNAM – Intl Committee to Free South Vietnamese Political Prisoners USA • VIETNAM – Movement for Human Rights in Vietnam USA • VIETNAM – The National Support Movement for the Resistance in Vietnam USA • new tab: INDONESIA • INDONESIA – Newsclips in Dutch • INDONESIA – General • INDONESIA – Notes on Summer Internship (1987) • INDONESIA – ANAK MERDEKA Ind. • INDONESIA – Berita TANPA SENSOR Indon. • INDONESIA-Berita Organisasi/The Indonesian Society for HR HUMAIKA • INDONESIA – Biro Pengembangan Sosial Ekonomi SADHANA • INDONESIA – British Campgn fr the Release of Indonesian PPs (TAPOL) UK • INDONESIA – Depot Koreasi Jurnalistik. Jakarta Forum • INDONESIA – Forum kajaian komunikasi mahasiswa fisip unas/Politika • INDONESIA – Indonesia Action Group INDONESIAN NEWS SELECTIONS Indon. • INDONESIA – Indonesia Documentation Centre (INDOC) Neth • INDONESIA – Indonesia Resources and Info Programme/Inside Indonesia Austr. • INDONESIA – Indonesia Resources & Information Programme (IRIP) INSIDE INDONESIA • INDONESIA – Intl NGO Forum on Indonesia Neth • INDONESIA – INSAN Center for Human Rights Information & Studies Indon. • INDONESIA – Indonesian Legal Aid Foundation HUMAN RIGHTS FORUM ksbh Indon. • INDONESIA. Kalyanamitra- Women’s Communication & Information Cetrer • INDONESIA – Landelijk Comite Zuid – LaC Molukken/Natl Comm S.Moluccas Neth.

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • ASIA – Asian Trip 1981 • ASIA – Chemical Warfare (Yellow Rain) • ASIA – All Asia bar Association Jpn • ASIA – Alternative Network • ASIA GENERAL – Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and DEvelopment Malays • ASIA – Asia Pacific People’s Environmt Network (APPEN) • ASIA. Asia-Pacific Peoples Forum Peace and Development. (APPFPD) • ASIA. Asian Regional Resource Center for Human Rights (ARRC). • ASIA – Asia Resource Center USA • ASIA – Indochina Newsletter/Asia Resource Center USA • ASIA – Asia Watch USA • ASIA – Asia Watch USA • ASIA – Asian American Free labor Institute (AALFI) USA • ASIA – Asian Bureau Australia (ABA) SEE UNIYA Austr • ASIA – Asian Center, Clergy and Laity Concerned (CALC) USA • ASIA – Asian Center/Clergy & Concerned Laity USA • ASIA_-GENERAL Asian Center For The Progress Of Peoples. • ASIA – Asian Coalition for Housing Rights + Thai • ASIA – Asian Coalition of Human Rights Organizations Phil • ASIA General – Asian Cultural Forum on Development. • ASIA – Asian Forum on HUman Rights HK • ASIA The Asia Foundation • ASIA – Asian Human Rights Commission HK • ASIA – Asian Legal Research Institute Jpn • ASIA – Asian Legal REsource Center HK • ASIA – Asian Markets Monitor HK • ASIA – Asian non-Governmental Orgs Coal for Agr. Reform & Rural Devt Phil • ASIA – Asian Partnership on Human Development (APHD) HK • ASIA – Asian Regional Exchange for New Alternatives (ARENA) HK • ASIA – Asian Secretariat, International Movement of Cath Students (IMCS) HK • PHILIPPINES – Asian Social Institute • ASIA – Asian Students Association (ASA) HK • ASIA – Asian Women’s Institute Pakistan • ASIA – Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars USA” • ASIA Catholic Office For Emergency Relief And Refugees. • ASIA – Center for Christian Response to Asian Issues CCRAI Docu Series Jpn • ASIA – Center for the PRogress of Peoples (CPP) Network & Newsletter HK • ASIA – Centre for Devt of Human Resources In Rural Asia CENDHRRA Devt Memo Phil • ASIA – Center for the Progress of People’s HK • ASIA – Center for the Progress of the Peoples (CPP) Hotline HK • ASIA – Center for the Progress of the Peoples (CPP) Newsletter HK • ASIA – Child Workers in Asia Newsletter Thai • ASIA – Christian Conference of Asia HK • ASIA – Christian Conference of Asia- Urban Rural Action HK • ASIA – Church Committee for Human Rights in Asia HR Advocate USA • ASIA – Church Committee for Human Rghts In Asia (CCHRA) USA • ASIA GENERAL – Columban Fathers Justice and Peace Office, Asia Desk USA • ASIA – Committee of Kurdistan France • ASIA – Conference for basic Human and Democratic Rights in Asean All (COBRA • DIPLOMACY TRAINING PROGRAM AUSTRALIA • Displaced Persons Centre, Netherlands Asia General • ASIA. End Child Prostitution in Asian Tourism. • ASIA – Equitable Tourism Options’ (EQUATIONS_) India • INDIA – E Q U A T I O N S • ASIA – Federation of United Kingdom & Eire Malaysian & Singaporean St. Orgs • ASIA – Friends in the ORient Committee Windows USA • ASIA – Human Rights C ouncil of Australia Austr.

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • Wiseberg, Laurie S. • A – Scoble/Wiseberg • Scoble, Harry R. • Wolchik, Sharon L. • Wolf, Francis • Wolpin, Miles D. • Woodhouse, John • Wright, Claudia • Yaffe, Martin D. • Yamada, Noel Keizo • Yancy.D.C. • Weisfelder Decline of Human Rights in Lesotho p.028 • Yates, Michael E. • A – Yntema, Mary • Yost, Charles W. • Yost, Israel • V – A. Young-Anawaty – 1 • Young, Andrew • Young, Crawford • Young, James R. • (unlabeled) • Yourow, Howard Charles • Yu, George T. and Durnall, June E. • Yudof, Mark G. • (unlabeled) • Zahir, M. • Zahn, Gordon C. • Zalaquett, Jose • Zartman, William • ZELLIOT, ELEANOR • Zellick, Graham • Zielyk, Marta • Zighdis, John G. • Zorin, Valerian • Daniel Zovatto G. • Zvobgo, Eddison Jonas Muadirwa • Zulu.P. • Zureik, E • Zwick, Jim • (AAAS) Science and Human Rights Program • ABO AKADEMI Institute for Human Rights • ACTION AID – UK • GENERAL Action Des Chretiens Pour L’Abolition De La Torture • ACCESS • AESCULAPIUS INTERNATIONAL MEDICINE • AID TO THE CHURCH IN NEED • AFL-CIO#1 • Afro-Asian People’s Solidarity Org • Ahmadiyya Muslim Assn UK • ALASKA STATE COMMISSION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS • ALBERT SCHWEITZER INSTITUTE FOR THE HUMANITIES • ALIEN RIGHTS LAW PROJECT • Allard Lowenstein Int’l HR Program • ALLIANCE FOR JUSTICE • Alliance of Concerned Artists for Human Rights • (unlabeled) • ALTERNATIVES TO MILITARISM • AMALGAMATED CLOTHING WORKERS • American Anthropoligical Assn • AMERICAN-ARAB ANTI-DISCRIMINATION COMMITTEE • AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION (General) • American Bar Association Sub-Committee on Independ of Lawyers • AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION SUB-COMM ON INTL HUMAN RIGHTS EDUC

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with one tab. • TAIWAN (ROC) – Taiwan care Center USA • TAIWAN (ROC) – Taiwan Democratic Party USA • ROC (TAIWAN) – Taiwan Democratic Party USA • ROC (TAIWAN) – Taiwan Disabled People’s Assocaition Taiwan • ROC (TAIWAN) – Taiwan Association for Human Rights • ROC (TAIWAN) – Taiwanese American Conference • ROC (TAIWAN) – The Taiwanese American Society USA • ROC (TAIWAN) – University Christian Service Center in Tainan Taiw • ROC (TAIWAN) – U.S. Congress • ROC (TAIWAN) – World Alliance of Reformed Churches • ROC (TAIWAN) – Wolrd Anti-Communist League • ROC (TAIWAN) – world Federation pf Taiwanese Association • ROC (TAIWAN) – World United Formosans for Independence • ROC (TAIWAN) – Yunlin Country Farmers Rights Association Taiwan • new tab: THAILAND • THAILAND – General • THAILAND – Newsclippings • THAILAND – Amnesty International Thailand Thai • THAILAND – The Anti-Rape Center Thai • THAILAND – Arom Pongpangan Foundation Thai • ASIA – Asian Coalition for Housing rights Thai • ASIA – Asian Cultural Forum on Development (ACFOD) Thai • THAILAND – Asian Workers Solidarity Links – Thailand Thai • THAILAND – Association for the Promotion of the Status of Women Thai • THAILAND – Catholic Council of Thailand for Development (CCTD) Thai • THAILAND – Catholic Teachers Assn of Thailand Thai • THAILAND – Catholic Youth Council of Thailand Thai • THAILAND – Centre for the Protection of Children’s Rights • THAILAND – Centre of Concern for Child Labour Thai • THAILAND – Chulalongkorn University, Faculty of Law Thai • THAILAND – Comite Solidarite Avec Le Peuple Thai France • THAILAND – The Committee for the Promotion of Democ. for the People • THAILAND – Committee of Returned Volunteers USA • THAILAND – Community Health Group Thai • THAILAND –Consumers Club of Siam • THAILAND – Coordinating Committee of Human Rights Orgs in Thailand (CCHRT) • THAILAND – Coordinating Group for Religion & Society (CGRS) Thai • THAILAND – Deaf People’s Association Thailand Thai • Ecumenical Coalition on Third World Tourism (ECTWT) Thai • THAILAND – Foundation for Agricultural Rural Mgmt. (FARM) Thai • THAILAND – Foundation for Children Thai • THAILAND – Foundation for Thailand Rural Reconstruction Movement Thai • THAILAND – Foundation for Children’s Development Thai • THAILAND – Friends of Women Group Thai • THAILAND – Hill Area Development Foundation Thai • THAILAND – Hotline Thai • THAILAND – Japan International Volunteer Center (JVC) Thai • THAILAND – Justice and peace Commission for Development Thai • THAILAND – Komol Keemthong Foundation Thai • THAILAND – Labour Congress of Thailand Thai • THAILAND – Promotion of Human Resources for Rural Development Foundation • THAILAND – Thai-American Project/ THAI-AMERICAN REPORT USA • THAILAND – Thai Consumers’ Power Group Tha-i • THAILAND – Thai Kadi Research Institute Thai • THAILAND – Thailand Development Info Service • THAILAND – Thai Inter-religious Comm. For Development Thai • THAILAND – Save the Children Federation, USA • THAILAND – Thailand Development Support Committee Thai • THAIALDN – Thailand Student Christian Movement Thai • THAILAND – Union for Civil Liberty (UCL) Thai • THAILAND – Union of Democratic Thais USA • THAILAND – Voluntary Group for Consumers Thai • THAILAND – United Slums Development Association • THAILAND – Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) • THAILAND – Women’s Information Centre Thai • THAILAND – Women Lawyers Association of Thailand Thai • THAILAND – Women’s Rights Protection Center Thai • THAILAND – Working Committee on Children Thai • Near Eastern Area Studies Newslet • MIDLLE EAST_- GENERAL • Middle East General. • MIDDLE EAST Israel (General) • MIDDLE EAST Israel (General) (Hebrew documents) • Occupied Territories / Israel: Orgs General • MIDDLE EAST Al_Fajr • Ad Kan (Till Here) • MIDDLE East AL-HAQ . • MIDDLE EAST. Alternative Information Center (AIC). • MIDDLE EAST America-Israel Council for Israeli-Palestinian Peace (Voices for Peace) • MIDDLE EAST- American Academic Association for peace in the Middle East • American Alliance for Palistinian Humanrights • MIDDLE EAST- American-Arab Anti-Discrimination committee 1983- • MIDDLE EAST- American-Arab Anti-Discrimination committee 1980-1982 • MIDDLE EAST- American-Arab Anti-Discrimination committee, background papers

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • Abraham, F. • Abram, Morris B. • Abrams, Elliott • Adamson, Ian • Adeogun, A.A. • Adjali, Mia • Agrest, J. • A – Agency for Intl Developmt. (US AID) • Aguda, Akinola T. • Abayakoon, D.W. • A Gursky. • AHMAD, NAUSHEEN • Ahooja-Patel • Aihe, D. O. • Ajami, Fouad • Akande. J. • Ake, Claude • Akeju, Rufus • AKPAN, Moses E. • Alcalay, Elie-Alexandre • Alexeyeva Alexeeva, Ludmilla • Alexander, Archibald • Alexander, Robert • Alexis, Francis • Ali, Ashtar • Ali, Osman, S. • Alkema, E.A. • Alston, Philip • A – Allworth, Edward. • Altschul, James S. • A – Amerasinghe • AMERICAN JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE LAW • A – Amer. Jrnl of Intl Law 1971/4 • A – Amer. Soc. Of Intl. Law • Amsterdam, Anthony • ANDEMICAEL, Berhanykun • ANDERSON KEN / SIMON, JEAN-MARI • Anderson, Kim R. and Gifford, David A. • A ANDERSON, Stanley • ANDRZEJCZAK, Henryk • Andrus, Beth • Anker, Deborah • Anon. • ARANAL-SERENO, LOURDES • Arnaout.G.M. • A – Aranow, Gellhorn, + Goldstein • A – Arendt, Hannah • ARNOLD, Gail • Arnold, Steven • Linda Gail Arrigo • A – Arons, Stephen • Aronson, Jonathan D. • ARURI, TAYSEER • A – ARZT, Donna • Aslanyan, R.S. • Asmal. kader • ATWOOD, David C. • Austin, Dennis • A – Avery/Forsythe • Aybay, Rona • BAAKLINI, Abdo I • Baehr, Peter • BAFIA, JERZY • A – Bailey • Baker Edward • Baker J.T. • Eric N. Baklanoff • Bald, Suresht R. • BALICKI, JAN • BALDWIN-JONES, MARJORIE • Banbury, Tony • A – Frederick C. BARGHOORN • BARNET, Richard J. • BARNETT, ROBERT • Barnum, David G. • BARSE, SHEELA • A – Bartos, Milan • Bass.E. • Sherrif Bassiouni • A – P.T. Bauer • A – Bauman – S. • Baxi, Upendra • BAXTER, R.R. • BAY, Christian

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with one tab. • CENTRO DE ESTUDOS Y ACAO SOCIAL (CEAS) BRAZIL • Centro de Pastoral da Comunicacao – PACOM • Centro de la Tribuna Internacional de la Mujer (CTIM) • CENTRO LUIZ FREIRE & GABINETE DE ASSESSORIA JURIDICA E ORG. POP. • CENTER OF BRAZILIAN STUDIES • Coletivo de Mulheres Negras de Baixada Santista • Comissao Arquidiocesana de Pastoral dos Pireitos Humanos Marginalizados – Brazil – • COMISSAO BRASILEIRA JUSTICA E PAZ • Comissao de Justica e Paz da Arquidiocese de olinda e Recife (Brazil) • Comissao Justica e Paz do Parana – Brazil – • COMISSAO PASTORAL DA TERRA – BRAZIL • COMISSAO PELA CRIACAO DO PARQUE YANOMAMI (CCPY) --Brasil • COMMISSAO PRO-INDIO DE SAO PAULO BRAZIL • COMISSAO TEOTONIO VILELA • COMITE DE DEFESA DA ILHA SAO LUIS Brazil • COMITE DE SOLIDARITE AVEC LE PEUPLE BRESILIEN / SWITZERLAND • COMITE DE SOLIDARITE FRANCE-BRESIL FRANCE • CONFEDERACAO NACIONAL DOS TRABALHADORES NA AGRICULTURA (CONTAG) • CONFERENCIA NACIONAL DOS BISPOS DO BRASIL (CNBB) • CONSELHO INDIGENISTA MISSIONARIO (CIMI) – Brazil • GABINETE DE ASSESSORIA JURIDICA AS ORGANIZACOES POPULARES (GAJOP) • FEDERACAO DAS MULHERES PERNAMUCANAS Brazil • GRUPO TORTURA NUNCA MAIS-RIO DE JANEIRO (GTNM/RJ) --Brasil • BRAZIL. Instituto apoio Juridico Popular (AJUP). • INSTITUTO BRASILEIRO DE ASSESSORIA COMUNITARIA (IBRAC) – Brazil • MITRA DIOCESANA DE NOVA IGUACU – AFOLHA – Brazil • Movimento Dos Trabalhadores Rurais Sem Terra • MOVIMENTO NACIONAL DE DEFESA DOS DIREITOS HUMANOS • BRAZIL. Nucleo de Estudos da Violencia (NEV). • ORDEM DE ADVOGADOS DO BRASIL • PROJECT ABRACO • REDE MULHER • SERVICO DE INTERCAMBIO NACIONAL – Brazil (SIN) • SERVICO NACIONAL DE JUSTICA E NAO-VIOLENCIA (SERPAJ-BRASIL) • SOCIEDADE RONDONIENSE DE DEFESA DOS DIREITOS HUMANOS (BRAZIL) • UNIAO DAS NACOES INDIGENAS Brazil • new tab: CHILE • CHILE: GENERAL – 1 • NEWS CLIPS – CHILE • NEWSCLIPIPNGS (CHILE) • CHILE: GENERAL – 2 BIBLIOGRAPHIES • Chile: General – Misc. Groups & Defunct Orgs • CHILE GENERAL: MISCELLANEOUS • CHILE GENERAL: MISCELLANEOUS • CHILE GENERAL: MISCELLANEOUS • CHILE GENERAL: MISCELLANEOUS

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order • CHILE GENERAL: ABOUREZK 1 • ACADEMICS FOR CHILE • ACTION FOR WOMEN IN CHILE • AGRUPACION DE ABOGADOS DE PRESOS POLITICOS (CHILE) • AGRUPACION DE FAMILIARES DE DETENIDOS DESAPARECIDOS • AGRUPACION DE FAMILIARES DE PRESOS POLITICOS (Chile) • AMITIES FRANCO-CHILIENNES (Chile) • ASOCIACION DE ABOGADOS PRO-DERECHOS HUMANOS DE CHILE • ASSOCIATIONS DE PARENTS DE PRISONNIERS POLITIQUES CHILIENS DISPARUS (Chile) • ASOCIACION GREMIAL DE PEQUENOS AGRICULTURES Y ARTESANOS (AD-MAPU) (Chile) • BAY AREA ECUMENICAL COMMITTEE OF CONCERN FOR CHILE • BOLETIN: Bajo Estado de Sitio (CHILE) • BUSQUEDA (Chile) • CADENA NACIONAL DE SOLIDARIDAD CON CHILE EN USA (Chile) • CASA CHILE (Chile) • CASA DE CHILE EN MEXICO (Chile) • CHILE. Centre for Research, Education and Culture (CIEC) • CENTRO DE ANALISIS DE ALTERNATIVAS (CANAL) (Chile) • CHILE ALERT (Chile) • CHILE CENTER FOR EDUCATION AND DEVEL. NY, NY • CHILE COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS : UK #1 (Chile) • CHILE COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS: UK #2 (Chile) • CHILE COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS – US (Chile) DEFUNCT • CHILE DEMOCRATICO (45) • Chile Legislative Center (Chile) • CHILE SOLIDARITY CAMPAIGN (CSC) UNITED KINGDOM • CHILEANS FOR DEMOCRACY COMMITTEE • CHILI KOMITEE NEDERLAND (CKN) • (unlabeled) • COMISION DE JUSTICIA Y DERECHOS HUMANOS DE LA CONCERTACION DE PARTIDOS POR LA DEMOCRACIA • COMISION NACIONAL PRO_DERECHOS JUVENILES (CODEJU) COMITE DE DEFENSA DE LOS DERECHOS DE LA MUJER (CHILE) • COMITE DE DEFENSA DE LOS DERECHOS DEL PUEBLO (CODEPU) SEE SHELF FOR PU • COMITE DE DEFENSA DE LOS DERECHOS DEL PUEBLO (CODEPU-CONCEPCION) • COMMITTEE FOR CHILEAN INQUIRY Co. for international human rights inquiry • COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN CHILE CHURCH COUNCIL OF GREATER SEATTLE • COMMITTEE FOR THE DEFENSE OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN CHILE • COMMON FRONT FOR LATIN AMERICA (CHILE) • FREE CHILE CENTER • FUNDACION DE AYUDA SOCIAL DE LAS IGLESIAS CRISTIANAS (FASIC) See shelf or pubs • FUNDACION PIDEE (CHILE) • FUNDACION MISSIO (CHILE) • INTERNATIONAL FRIENDS OF THE CHILEAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION / USA • ILET / INTERDOC “CONTACT-O” • IZQUIERDA CRISTIANA DE CHILE • IZQUIERDA CHILENA “CHILE DEMOCRATICO” • LETELIER, MOFFITT • MAPUCHE INDIANS • MAPUCHE BOLETIN INFORMATIVO (ENGLAND)

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with one tab. • RFE – 1986 1985 – Yugoslavia • RFE – 1984 – Yugoslavia • RFE – 1983 – Yugoslavia • RFE – 1982 – Yugoslavia • RFE: YUGOSLAVIA December 1981-April 1982 (3) • RFE: Yugoslavia March 1981 – Nov. 1981 (2) • RFE: Yugoslavia May 1980 – February 1981 • YUGOSLAVIA – NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS • YUGOSLAVIA: CROATIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS • YUGOSLAVIA: KOSOVO (esp. riots!) • DEMOCRACY INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE TO AID DEMOCRATIC DISSIDENTS IN YUGOSLAV. • THE DEMOCRACY INTERNATIONAL, COMMITTEE TO AID DEMOCRATIC DISSIDENTS IN YUGOSLAVIA • YUGOSLAVIA – DISSENT • HUMAN RIGHTS IN YUGOSLAVIA • Northern California’s Alliance for Justice in Yugoslavia • PRAXIS • new tab: U.S.S.R. • Radio Liberty (28dec88-03aug88) • Radio Liberty (27july88-22apl88) • Radio Liberty (12apr88-17jun87) R • RFE – USSR – 1988 • RFE: USSR – 1987 June – Dec • RFE/RL 1987: Jan – May • RFE/RL 1986

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with one tab. • NATIONAL CHILE CENTER • NON-INTERVENTION IN CHILE (CHILE ACTION BULLETIN) • NON-INTERVENTION IN CHILE CHILE NEWSLETTER 1974-1976 • NON-INTERVENTION IN CHILE CHILE NEWSLETTER 1977-1979 • OFFICE FOR POLITICAL PRISONERS AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN CHILE • PASTORAL EXILIADOS CHILENOS • PROGRAMA INTERDISCIPLINARIO DE INVESTIGACIONES EN EDUCACION (PIIE) • SECRETARIA COORDINADORA DE ACADEMICOS CHILENOS EN EL EXILIO • SECRETARIA DE LA SOLIDARIDAD CON CHILE • SERVICIO PAZ Y JUSTICIA (CHILE) • SOCIAL SERVICE WORKERS FOR CHILEAN FREEDOM • SOLIDARITE CHILI (FRANCE) • STICHTING RECHTSHULP CHILE (THE NETHERLANDS) • TORONTO ACTION FOR CHILE • UN-COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS (CHILE) • VICARIA DE LA SOLIDARIDAD (CHILE) • WORKING GROUP FOR DEMOCRACY IN CHILE • new tab: COLOMBIA • COLOMBIA – GENERAL – MISCELLANEOUS • COLOMBIA – GENERAL • COLOMBIA: GENERAL – NEWSCLIPPINGS • ASOCIACION COLOMBIANA DE JURISTAS DEMOCRATAS • ASOCIACION COLOMBIA PRO-DERECHOS HUMANOS • Asociacion de Familiares de Detenidos Desaparecidos (ASFADDES) • ASOCIACION NACIONAL DE USUARIOS CAMPESINOS (ANUC) COLOMBIA • BINA • BOLETIN INTERNO DEL CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS COLOMBIANOS • Central Unitaria de Trabajadora (CUT) • CENTRO DE INFORMACION Y DOCUMENTACION COLOMBIANA • CENTRO DE INVESTIGACIONES PRO-DEFENSA DE INTERESES PUBLICOS • Centro de Promocion Ecumencia y Social (CEPECS) • COLOMBIA HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE Formerly Comite Colombia (USA) • COLOMBIAN COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS UNITED KINGDOM • Colombian Human Rights Information Committee Bay Area Chapter (CHIBCHA) • COMISION ANDINA DE JURISTAS – Seccional Colombia • COMITE COLOMBIA / see Colombia HRS Committee • COMITE DE SOLIDARIDAD CON LOS PRESOS POLITICOS (CSPP) • OMITE EN SOLIDARIDAD CON COLOMBIA NY • COMITE PERMANENTE POR LA DEFENSA DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS-IIFORO Ntl. DH • COMITE PERMANENTE POR LA DEFENSA DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS • COMITE PERMANENTE POR LA DEFENSA DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS- II FORO NTL. DH • COMITE PRO-DERECHOS HUMANOS DE COLOMBIA –INFORME COLOMBIANO- • CONSEJO REGIONAL INDIGENA DEL CAUCA (CRIC) • COORDINADORA NACIONAL CAMILISTA • CORPORACION ASESORIAS PARA EL DESARROLLO • CORPORACION COLECTIVO DE ABOGADOS “JOSE ALVEAR RESTREPO” • COLOMBIA Corporacion Integral Para El Desarrollo Cultural Y Social • Familiares de los Desaparecidos del Palacio de Justicia • FUNDACION PARA LAS COMUNIDADES COLOMBIANAS (FUNCOL) • Colombia FUNDACION UNIVERSITARIA DE POPAYAN

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Reports, bulletins, newsletters, press releases, informational pamphlets, news periodicals, press clippings, publications 1976-2000 

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Countries / places include: Iran, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia

Mediums / types include: Reports,

Societies / major themes include: Human rights abuses in Iran, Bahrain. Contents of folder one (Amnesty International (AI) Index reports on Iran, 1982-2002), folder two (AI publications on Iran, 1976-90), folder three (AI Reports on Iran: Testimony of Brian Wrobel to US House of Representatives, 1978; Law and Human Rights in The Islamic Republic of Iran, 1980; Evidence of Torture in Iran, 1984; Violations of Human Rights 1987-1990, 1990), folder four (Miscellaneous documents on Bahrain, Middle East: pamphlets regarding torture, political assassinations in Bahrain; Gulf Information Pack, 1994; Human Rights Defenders and Impunity, undated; The Parliamentary Human Rights Group, 1996; African Commission of Health and Human Rights Promoters, 1996; Bahraini Committee for Human Rights, 1998;Bahrain Human Rights Organization, 1996; Committee for the Defence of Political Prisoners in Bahrain reports, 1987-93; Third World Network, 1989; Article XIX, 1991; World Organization against Torture, 1995; Just World Trust, 1996;Voice of Bahrain, 1996; Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, 1992; Bahrain Freedom Movement, 1997; US State Department printouts, 2000), folder five (AI documents on Bahrain, 1986-2000), folder six (Human Rights in Iran Newsletter, 1994-95), folder seven (Iran Express, 1978; Iran Free Press, 1978), folder eight (Misc. documents on Iran: Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, 1992; National Couincil of Resistance of Iran, 1987; Foreign Service Institute: Ending The Iran-Iraq War, undated; Raoul Wallenberg Institute, 1988), folder nine (Misc. documents on Iran: Islamic Republic of Iran, 1984; The International Solidarity Front for the Defense of Iranian People's Democratic Rights, 1982; FIDH report, 1983; Richard W. Cottam - Arms Sales and Human Rights: The Case of Iran, 1977; Centre International Pour les Droits Syndicaux, 1988), folder 10 (Misc. documents on Iran: Defenders Of Islam in Iran, 1996-97; "Crimes of Khomeini's Regime, undated, no authorship/organisation), folder 11 (M.S.S Bulletin: Publication of Supporters of the People's Mojahedin Organisation of Iran, 1981), folder 12 (Iran Liberation: News Bulletin of the People's Mojahedin of Iran, 1988-90), folder 13(People's Mojahedin of Iran - D.C. Press Office documents, 1989-99), folder 14 (People's Mojahedin of Iran misc. documents, 1985-89), various documents on persecution of Baha'i in Iran, 1982-1997; CIRA Bulletin: A Publication of the Center for Iranian Research and Analysis, 1994-1995; IranVoice: Publication of the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 1979-1980

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • POWER 7. • COLD WAR – RADICAL/CONVENTIONAL • Power Management – Coll. Security • COLONIALISM • THE COURSE OF THE COLD WAR • Deterrence – Arms Races • NATION STATE / NATIONALISM / NATIONAL INTEREST • CONFLICT & WAR • Ideology as a Force in I.R. • African/US Interest Groups • POLITICAL SCIENCE 492. Cal State Summer 1972. Pro-seminar in I.P. • International Court of Justice • Pol. Sc. 245 Syllabae etc. • Intro to African Politics • Approaches to I.R. Levels of analysis • Normative/Empirical • Power Management – World Govt • C.B.R. Warfare • PAN- AFRICANISM – NOTES etc. • NAMIBIA 1. • Bantustans • UN/SOUTHERN AFRICA • AFR. POLITICS 245 • Africa Historical Treatment of Colonialism • International Relations Theory • POLITICAL SCIENCE 245/ Africa UICC. Winter 1974. Syllabae • The Rise of African Nationalism • Notes on Cry the Beloved Country • Lecture Material, Nigeria • Lecture Material on Détente • -Intro to I.R. – 184 – Fall 73 – What is International Relations • POLITICAL SCIENCE 100 Lecture material • THE SINO-SOVIET SPLIT • NATIONALISM • MIDDLE EAST. Lecture Notes • CYPRUS. Lecture Notes 1. • S. Africa • U.N. Human Rights Commission • U.S. Involvement • Palestine Congress of N. America Newsletter • NCEC: A Political Experiment in Permanent Fund-Raising • NCEC Permanent Experiment • Laurie • UNITAR

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with one tab (and one legal sized file). Legal size: • (unlabeled) Letter size: • AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION. NETWORK OF CONCERNED CORRESPONDENTS • AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR RESISTANCE INTERNATIONAL • AMERICAN CHRISTIANS FOR THE ABOLITION OF TORTURE • V – US – AMERICAN CITIZENS FOR HONESTY IN GOVERNMENT – 1 • AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION • AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION POLITICAL ASYLUM PROJECT • AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS • AMERICAN COUNCIL FOR THE UNITED NATIONS UNIVERSITY • AMERICAN COUNCIL FOR NATIONALITY SERVICES • AMERICAN COUNCIL FOR WORLD FREEDOM • AMERICAN ETHICAL UNION • A.F.S.C. “PEACE WORK” • AFSC: GENERAL • American Friends Service Committee General • AFSC – Caribbean • AFSC – Central America • AFSC – Chile • AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE (AFSC) – NARMIC • AFSC: NATIONAL ACTION/RESEARCH… (NARMIC) • AFSC – LATIN AMERICA GEN. • V-1 AFSC – EL SALVADOR • AFSC: GUATEMALA • AFSC – LISTEN REAL LOUD (WOMEN’S COMMITTEE) • AFSC: MIDDLE EAST • AFSC: KOREA • V-USA – AMERICAN INDIAN DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION – 1 • American Jewish Committee • American Jewish Committee • MIDDLE EAST – American Jewish Committee • American Jewish Committee – Argentina material • Arab Council for Childhood & Dvlpmnt • new tab: AFRICA GENERAL: CONFERENCE PAPERS • LISTS OF AFRICAN ORGANIZATIONS AFRICAN DIRECTORY 1994 • Lome, Togo, 1982 • SYMPOSIUM ON THE AFRICAN CHARTER OF HUMAN AND PEOPLES’ RIGHTS – DAKAR, OCTOBER 1982 • INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS: DILEMMAS OF LIBERTY AND DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA, BUFFALO, NEW YORK, MAY 1982 • Int conf on children repression and the Law in Apartheid SA •

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with two tabs. • INDEPENDENT COMMISSION ON INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN ISSUES • Independent Sector (IS) • Indian Law Resource Center • Indian Ocean Newsletter • Indian Policy Network • Indian Social Institute • INDIAN SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW • INDIAN TRIP 1989 • INDOCHINA GENERAL • INDOCHINA PROJECT • INDONESIA ACTION GROUP (AUSTRALIA) • INDONESIA: GENERAL • INDONESIA PUBLICATIONS • Indonesian Documentation Centre –C • INDONESIAN LEGAL AID FOUNDATION (YAYASAN LEMBAGA BANTUAN HUKUM) • Industrial Health Research Group • INFO-TURK • INFORMATION CENTRE FOR POLISH AFFAIRS (UNITED KINGDOM) • Information Service of the Supreme Committee for Liberation of Lithuania • INFORMATION SERVICES ON LATIN AMERICA (ISLA) • INFORMATIONSSTELLE LATEINAMERIKA • INFORME COLOMBIANO • INFORMPRESS CENTRAMERICANA • INITIATIVE OST-WEST-DIALOG GERMANY • (RAICO) INQUIRY • new tab: INSTITUTE • INSTITUT DE DROIT DE L’HOMME ET PAIX GENERAL • INSTITUT FUR POLITISCHE WISSENCHAFT • INSTITUT FUR STAATS- UND VERWAL TUNGSRECHT (Vienna) • INSTITUT FUR VOLKERRECHT • INSTITUT HENRY-DUMANT • Institut Universitaire d’Etudes du Developpement (IUED) – C • INSTITUT UNIVERSITAIRE DE HAUTES ETUDES INTERNATIONALES (Geneva) • INSTITUTE FOR CULTURAL PROGRESS • INSTITUTE FOR DEMOCRACY IN EASTERN EUROPE / NEW YORK • INSTITUTE FOR EDUCATION IN PEACE & JUSTICE • INSTITUTE FOR FOOD & DEVELOP. (COLLINS) POLICY • INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATION PEACE STUDIES • INSTITUTE FOR MINORITY STUDIES • INSTITUTE FOR PEACE & JUSTICE • INSTITUTE FOR OPLICY STUDIES (Borosage) • INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC REPRESENTATION • INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH IN HISTORY • INSTITUTE FOR SCIENTIFIC CO-OPERATION • Institute for the Defense of Human Rights • INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF HUMAN ISSUE (ISHI) Joel Jutkowitz • C- INSTITUTE FOR WOMEN’S STUDIES IN THE ARAB WORLD (Beirut Univ. Col.) • INSTITUTE OF CARIBBEAN STUDIES • Institute of Democratic Rights • INSTITUTE OF DEVELOP. STUDIES • INSTITUTE OF EASTERN EUROPEAN STUDIES • INSTITUTE OF HUMAN RIGHTS UNIVERSITY OF MADRID • INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW & ECONOMIC DEVELOP. • INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS • INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ADVANCED STUIES ON PEACE AND DEV. ASIA • INSTITUTE OF JEWISH AFFAIRS (U.K.) • INSTITUTE OF LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES UNIV. OF LONDON • INSTITUTE OF LEGAL AID (LUBIS) • INSTITUTE OF POLICY STUDIES (PAKISTAN) • INSTITUTE OF RACE RELATIONS “RACE CLASS • Institute of Religion and culture –C • INSTITUTE OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN STUDIES • INSTITUTE OF STUDIES AND INFORMATION OF LAW AND LEGAL AID, YOGYAKARTA, INDONESIA • INSTITUTE ON EAST CENTRAL EUROPE • INSTITUTE ON THE CHURCH IN URBAN INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY • (ICADIS) INSTITUTO CENTROAMERICANO DE DOCUMENTACION E INVESTIGACION SOCIAL • Instituto de Derechos H. de Puerto Rico • INSTITUTO DE DERECHOS HUMANOS (IDHUCA) UNIVERSIDAD CENTROAMERICANA • INSTITUTO DE DERECHOS HUMANOS UNIVERSIDAD COMPLETENSE DE MADRID • INSTITUTO DE ESTUDIOS DE ESTADOS UNIDOS • INSTITUTO HISTORICO CENTROAMERICANO NICARAGUA • INSTITUTO INTERAMERICANO DE DERECHOS HUMANOS • INSTITUTO INTERAMERICANO de DERECHOS HUMANOS COSTA RICA • INSTITUTO LATINOAMERICANO DE INVESTIGACIONS SOCIALES (ILDS) • INSTITUTO LATINOAMERICANO PARA LA PREVENCION DEL DELITO.. (ILANUD) • INSTYTUT NAUK POLITYCZNYCH • INTEGRATED BAR OF THE PHILIPPINES • INTER-AMERICAN ASSOC. FOR DEM. & FREEDOM • INTER-AMERICAN BAR FOUNDATION • INTER-AMERICAN COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS • INTER-AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN AND TRADE UNION RIGHTS (PANAMA) • INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS • Inter-American Development Bank • INTER-AMERICAN FOUNDATION • INTER-AMERICAN LEGAL SERVICES ASSOC. (ILSA) • INTER-AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION • INTER-CHURCH COMMISSION ON IMMIGRATION & REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT • Inter-Community Center for Justice and Peace • Inter-Faith Center on Corporate Responsibility • INTERCHANGE • INTERCHURCH MEDIA PROGRAMME • INTERCONTINENTAL PRESS • INTERDOC (Hong Kong) • INTERDOC – ROME • INTERLIGHTS • INTERLINK PRESS SERVICE • INTERLOCK MEDIA ASSOCIATES • new tab: INTERNATIONAL • INTERNATIONAL APPEAL FOR POLISH WORKERS • INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROTECTION OF HR IN CYPRUS • INTERNATIONAL ASSOC. FOR TIBETAN HUMAN RIGHTS • INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF DEMOCRATIC LAWYERS GERARD • INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS (UK) • INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS OF JEWISH LAWYERS • INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MACHINISTS • International Association of Official Human Rights Agencies • INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION ON THE POLITICAL USE OF PSYCHIATRY / NETH. • INTERNATIONAL BAR ASSOCIATION • INTERNATIONAL BAR ASSOCIATION OMBUDSMAN COMMITTEE • INTERNATIONAL BAROMETER • INTERNATIONAL CATHOLIC CHILD BUREAU • INTERNATIONAL CATHOLIC MIGRATION COMMISSION (ICMC) • INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR PEACE IN THE MIDDLE EAST • INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR RESEARCH ON BILINGUALISM • INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR ETHNIC STUDIES (Colombo, Sri Lanka) • INTERNATIONAL CENTER OF SOCIOLOGICAL PENAL & PENITENTIARY RESEARCH & STUDIES • International Christian Network for Democracy in Korea • International Commission of Health Proffessionals for Health and HR • INTERNATIONAL COALITION FOR DEVELOPMENT ACTION • ICJ/ANDEAN COMMISSION • INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION OF JURISTS (DUTCH SECTION) • INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE AGAINST APARTHIED, RACISM & COLONIALISM IN S. AFRIC • International Committee for Human Rights in Taiwan • (unlabeled) • INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR THE REVISION OF JAPAN’S ALIEN REGISTRATION LAW • INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR THE SUPPORT OF CHARTER 77 IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA • INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE RED CROSS (ICRC)) • International Committee to Defend the Podrabinek Brothers • INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE GRP. ON MODERN PORTUGAL • INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS AGENCY: ARRIVAL LIST OF INTERNATIONAL VISITORS • INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWS FROM CZECHSLOVAKIA • C – INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF NURSES – 1 • INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC UNIONS • INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF VOLUNTARY AGENCIES • INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION COMMITTEE OF ONTARIO • INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH CANADA (IDRC) • INTERNATIONAL DEVELOP. RESEARCH CENTRE (IDRC) • International Disaster Institute • INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF CATHOLIC UNIVERSITIES • C – INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP OF RECONCILIATION • INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION FOR THE PROT OF RIGHTS OF ETHNIC… MINORITIES • INTERNATIONAL FEMINIST MOVEMENT • (unlabeled) • INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR DEVELOPMENT ALTERNATIVES • International Human Rights Internship Program • INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HUMAN RIGHTS • V – USA INTERNATIONAL INDIAN TREATY COUNCIL • INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HIGHER STUDIES IN CRIMINAL SCIENCES • INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS • INTERNATIONAL HELSINKI ASSOCIATION • INTERNATIONAL ISNTITUTE OF HUMANITARIAN LAW • INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL HISTORY / NETHERLANDS • INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REFUGEE LAW • INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE NETWORK • INTERNATIONAL LABOUR OFFICE (ILO) • INTERNATIONAL LABOUR REPORTS • INTERNATIONAL LAW SOCIETY AMERICAN UNIVERSITY / WASHINGTON, DC • INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS → 1989 • INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE FOR THE RIGHTS AND LIBERTIES OF PEOPLES • C – INTERNATIONAL LEGAL DEFENSE COUNSEL • INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY SERVICES • INT’L MOVEMENT ATD FOURTH WORLD • INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT OF CATHOLIC STUDENTS • INTERNATIONAL OMBUDSMAN INSTITUTE • INTERNATION ORGANIZATION FOR THE ELIMINATION OF ALL FORMS OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION • INTERNATIONAL PARLIAMENTARY GROUP FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE SOVIET UNION • INTERNATIONAL PEACE RESEARCH ASSOCIATION • INTERNATIONAL PEACE RESEARCH INSTITUTE (PRIO), Oslo • INTERNATIONAL PRESS INSTITUTE

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with two tabs. • FRIENDS COMM ON NATIONAL LEGISTLATION (ED SNYDER) • FRIENDS FOR JAMAICA / NEW YORK • Friends of Cyprus • FRIENDS OF EQUATORIAL GUINEA • FRIENDS OF HAITI • FRIENDS OF THE FILIPINO PEOPLE #1 (110 MARYLAND AVE.) • FRIENDSHIP PRESS • FROLICK • Fund For Free Expression • FUNDACAO JOAQUIM NABUCO • FUNDACION COMUNIDADES COLOMBIANAS • FUNDACION LATIONAMERICANA POR LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS Y EL DESARROLLO SOCIAL • FUNDACION PROTECCION INFANCIA DANADA POR LOS ESTADOS DE EMERGENCIA • FUNDALATIN • DON FUSARO • new tab: G 7 • GABRIELA • PEGGY GALEY • GALILEE PEACE CENTER • GALLMAN, JOHN (INDIANA UNIV. PRESS) • GAMBIA GENERAL • GARBER, MANILIUS • SENORA AMERICA GARCIA ROBLES • MARGUERITE GARLING • GARRETT-PARU PRESS • GATT – FLY • GAULAN, TAMAR • GAY RIGHTS • GAYIM EYASSU • GERMAN MARSHALL FUND • GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE • GENERAL ELECTRIC • GENOCIDE INSTITUTE • GENTRY, SARA • B RUCE GEORGE, MP • GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY – INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF DIPLOMACY • GEORGIA JOURNAL • GESELLSCHAFT FUR BEDROGTE VOLKER • GHANA CATHOLIC BISHOP”S CONFERENCE • GHANA GENERAL • GHANA HATIONAL COMMITTEE AGAINST APARTHEID • GHANA-INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP OF RECONCILIATION • GHANDI • GHANY, HAMID A. • SHANKER GHIMIRE • JOHN GILL • BARBARA GILMORE, PRESIDENT • RUTH BADER GINSBERG • GIZAN, TADESSE • Kurt Glaser • GLAUBE IN DER 2. WELT • UPALI GOONERATNE • GORDENKER, LEON • GRACE AND TRUTH • STEPHANIE GRANT • FR. ROBERT GLOISTER • GOLAN, TAMAR • GOLDMAN (Ralph) • ROBERT GOLDMAN • JENNY GOLDSCHMIDT • RICHARD GOLDSTEIN • GOMEZ, ALEJANDRO • GRAND BAHAMA HUMAN RIGHTS ASSOCIATION • THE GRAPEVINE • GRASMICK, JOSEPH • A.U. GRASSBY • GRASSROOTS INTERNATIONAL • GRASSROOTS PEACE DIRECTORY • GRATTON, PAXON • GREATER NEW YORK CONFERENCE ON SOVIET JEWRY • JAMES FREDERICK GREEN • RICHARD GREENFIELD • DR. JEREMY GREENLAND • GREENS • GREENWOOD PRESS • ANN GREGORY • GRENZFALL • GRIEF, NICHOLAS (UNITED KINGDOM) • JO MARIE GRIESGRABER • DR. PATRICIA K. GRIMSTED • GRINNELL COLLEGE • JAN GRONSKI • GROUP FOR THE DEFENSE OF CIVIL RIGHTS IN ARGENTINA • GROUP OF KANAK AND OTHER EXPLOITED WOMEN (GFKEL) (NEW CALEDONIA) • LE GROUPE DE PARIS • GRUENDER, DAVID • KEN GRUNDY • GRUPO DE CONVERGENCIA DEMOCRATICA W URUGUAY • GUATEMALA GENERAL • GUATEMALA INFORMATION CENTER • PABLO GUAYASAMIN • Gil Gunderson • GUYANA GENERAL • GUYANA RESOURCE SUPPORT COMMITTEE • Sam Gyandoh – Ghana • GYAPONG, SAMUEL • new tab: H 8 • habeas • HAGGBLOOM, STEVE • Cliff Hackett • HAITI GENERAL • haitian refugee project • HAKIM, ABDUL • H. Lee Halterman • MUNYONZWE HAMALENGWA • ARMAND HAMMAR • HANNUM, HURST • Tom Harkin • JAMES HARRIS -- HARRIS, MOUSHEY, MORAND • tex harris • Harry E. Williams & Company • HARVARD UNIV. • HARVARD COMMUNITY HEALTH PLAN • HARVARD HUMAN RIGHTS YEARBOOK • HARVARD WOMEN”S LAW JOURNAL • HARVARD WOMEN’S LAW JOURNAL • SARA & ISAAC HASSON • Haus am Checkpoint Charlie • HAUSER, EWA--- • 3 HAWK, DAVID • HAYES, Randy • TIMOTHY HEALEY __ GEORGETOWN UNIV. • Health & Human Rights Group, Harvard School of Public Health • HEALTH & WOMEN”S RIGHTS • HEBREW UNIV. OF JERUSALEM • JOHN HEDSTROM • STANLEY J. HEGINBOTHAM • HELP THE ESTONIAN, LATVIAN AND LITHUANIAN • Jan E. Helgesen • HELSINKI: GENERAL • HELSINKI GUARANTEES FOR UKRAINE COMMITTEE • HELP AND ACTION COORDINATION COM • HELSINKI AGREEMENT IMPLEMENTATION GROUP • HELSINKI MONITOEING COMMITTEE OF CHICAGO • HELSINKI WATCH: US CITIZENS MONITORING COMMITTEE • HEMLOCK • HENDERSON, Gordon F. • LOUIS HENKIN • HAT HENTOFF • Henry Dunant Institute • Hevener, Natalie • HEYE FOUNDATION • HEYMANN, PROF. PHILIP B. • ROSALYN HIGGINS • HILFSWERK DER EVANGELISCHEN KIRCHEN DER SCHWEIZ (HEKS) • HILLYARD, PADDY • HIXSON EMMA • STEPHEN A. HORBLITT • HOFFMAN PAUL • HOLLAND COMMITTEE ON SOUTHERN AFR • HOLY SPIRIT STUDY CENTER • HONDURAS: GOVERNMENT • HONG KONG ASSOCIATION FOR SOLIDARITY WITH THE CHINESE DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT • HONGKONG CHRISTIAN COUNCIL • HONG KONG COUNCIL OF PUBLIC HOUSING POLICY • Hoover Institution • Horn of AFrica Journal • IRVING LOUIS HOROWITZ, SOCIETY • HOUSEMAN, JULIA • HOUSEMAN”S DIARY GROUP • Houston Journal of International Law • Howard League for Penal Reform • PHODA HOWARD • Howard Univ. Law School • Joyce Howland • Harry Hsiao Centre for Pacific & Oriental Studies • Mab Huang • Aminul Hug • Humaika • Jerry Human (Smith College) • Human Rights and helsinki Declaration’ Project • HUMAN RIGHTS ASSOCIATION (ISRAEL) • HUMAN RIGHTS AUSTRALIA • Human Rights Caucus – US Congress • Human Rights Center (Sri Lanka) • Human Rights Center (Turkey) • HUMAN RIGHTS CENTRE (University of New South Wales) • Human Rights Center of the Political Science University of Ankara • Human Rights Commission (Australia) • HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION (Boston) • Human Rights Comis. – New Bruuswick • Human Rights Commis.-“New Zealand • Human Rights Commission of Pakistan • Human Rights Committee in St. Kitts & Nevis • Human rigths Council of Hong Kong • Human Rights Directorate • Human Rights for Asia Committee • Human Rights Group (Scotland) • HUMAN RIGHTS IN YUGOSLAVIA • HUMAN RIGHTS INFORMATION & DOC CENTR (NEPAL) • Human Rights Institute, Lucknow • HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTE OF THE CENTRAL AMERICAN UNIVERSITY, SAN SALVADOR • Human Rights Itnernational (Mensa) • Human Rights Law Journal • Human Rights Media Source • Human Rights Network (UK) • Human Rights ORG. of Irag • Human Rights Quarterly • Human Rights Resource Center • Human Rights Scientific Documentation and Information Center • Human Rights Teaching and Research Program Churiter • HUMAN RIGHTS TRUST • Human Rights Society of Pakistan • Human Rights Society of Pakistan (Rabbani) • Human Rights Wording Group of the Twin Cities (FR. Paul New Power) • Human Rights workshop • Humanitas International • HUMANITAS INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE • Harry Hummel • John Humphrey (Canada) • Hunganan Catholic Priest Association o America • HUNGARIAN HUMAN RIGHTS FOUNDATION • Syed Muhammad Husain • Hussein, Mohamad A. • Ibase • IBON • Icarus • IDOCE International Documentation Center • Iglasia Evangehca Metodista en Bolivia • Ilanud • ILO, WASHINGTON OFFICE • IMADR • Immigration Law Clinic of Golden gate Unviersity • Immigration Law Project • Impact Imternational (UK) • In These Times • Inades-Documentation Ivory Coast

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • Int’l Medical Commission • International Movement Against All Forms of Discrimination & Racism • INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT ATD FOURTH WORLD • INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT OF CATHOLIC LAWYERS • INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT OF CATHOLIC STUDENTS • INTERNATIONA_. The Inernational Network of Engaged Buddhists (INEB). • INTERNATIONAL NGO PROGRAM ON STREET CHILDREN → see • Int’l Ombudsmen Institute • GENERAL International Organization For Migration (IOM) • INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF JOURNALISTS • Int’l Org. for the Elimination of all forms of Racial Discrimination (EAFORD) • INTERNATIONAL PEACE RESEARCH ASSOCIATION / USA • INTERNATIONAL PEACE RESEARCH INSTITUTE (PRIO) • Int’l PEN • GENERAL International Planned Parenthood Federation • Int’l Political Science Association • International Press Institute (IPI) • Int’l Progress Organization • International Refugee Documentation Network • INTERNATIONAL REFUGEE INTEGRATION RESOURCE CENTER • Int’l Rehabilitation and Research Centre for Torture Victims • Int’l Religious Liberty Assn • International Report (formerly Colombia Report) • Int’l Rescue Committee • INTERNATIONAL ROMANI UNION USA • INTERNATIONAL SAVE THE CHILDREN ALLIANCE • International Service for Human Rights • Int’l Social Security Assn • GENERAL International Society For Human Rights ISHR. • Int’l Studies Assn • INTERNATIONAL STUDY DAYS – 1 • INTERNATIONAL STUDY DAYS – Summaries • (unlabeled) • INTERNATIONAL THIRD WORLD ELGAL STUDIES ASSOCIATION • INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNAL ON BRITAIN’S PRESENCE IN IRELAND • Intl. Union for CHILD WELFARE • V. INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR MORAL AND SOCIAL ACTION • V/ INTERNATIONAL UNION OF LAWYERS • V. INTERNATIONAL UNION OF POLICE SYNDICATES • V- INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY EXCHANGE FUND (IUEF) • INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTARY SERVICE FOR SOLIDARITY AND FRIENDSHIP OF YOUTH • INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S TRIBUNE CENTRE • (IWGIA) In’l Work Group For Indigenous Affairs • INTERNATIONAL YOUTH AND STUDENT MOVEMENT FOR THE UNITED NATIONS • INTERNATIONAL GESELLSCHAFT FUR MENSCHENRECHTE/INT’L SOCIETY FOR HR • INTERNATIONALE VREDESINFORMATIE DIENST • INTERNEWS INTERNATIONAL BULLETIN 1978-1979/ Archive • Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) Union Interparlementaire (UIP) • INTERUNIVERSITY CENTRE FOR EUROPEAN STUDIES • Investigative Reporters and Editors • GENERAL Isis Internacional • Jack E. Eisner Institute for Holcaust Studies (CUNY) • IPSA • Japanese America Citizen’s League • JARKOW INSTITUTE FOR LATIN AMERICA OF THE ADL OF B’NAI B’RITH • JESUIT CENTRE • JESUIT MISSION • GENERAL Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS).- • JESUIT SOCIAL & PASTORAL CENTER JAPAN – (HR General) • Jewish Labor Committee • Johannes Wier Stickting (Netherlands) • Joseph Prize • Josephine Butler Society (HR Gen) (Intl. Abolitionist Federation) • Jubilee Campaign • Juristes-Solidarites • JUSTICE AND PEACE CENTER – MILWAUKEE • KIRCHE IN NOT (Refugee Issues) • Lyndon LaRouche • KENNEDY MEMORIAL HUMAN RIGHTS AWARDS • GENERAL. Keston College. • KOMMISSIE RECHTVAARD EN VREDE (Justice & Peace – Belgium) HR GEN

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • LAW STUDENTS CIVIL RIGHTS COUNCIL • LAWYERS COMMITTEE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS UNDER LAW #1 general • LAWYERS COMMITTEE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS UNDER LAW. SOUTHERN AFRICA PROJECT • GENERAL Lawyers Committee For Human Rights • GENERAL. Lawyers for Human Rights. • LEAGUE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS FINLAND • LEAGUE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEMOCRACY • KULU: WOMEN AND DEVELOPMENT • LEGA ITALIANA PER I DIRITTE E LIB. (ITALIAN LEAGUE FOR THE RIGHTS…) • Lelio Basso Int’l Foundation • LETELIER MOFFITT MEMORIAL FUND HR GENERAL • LETELIER-MOFFITT MEMORIAL FUND SPECIAL STUDIES ON CHILE • GENERAL. Le Sahel. • LIBERAL INTERNATIONAL • LIBERTY INTERNATIONAL • LIGUE DES DROITS DE L’HOMME (Paris) HR General • LIGUE INTERNATIONALE CONTRE LE RACISM ET L”ANTISEMITISME (LICRA)… INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE AGAINST RACISMAND ANTISMITISM • Lucis Trust • LUTHERAN CHURCH IN AMERICA • LUTHERAN COUNCIL IN THE USA • LUTHERAN WORLD FEDERATION • MANI TESE • MARROQUIN, HECTOR – DEFENSE COMMITTEE • MARYKNOLL FATHERS • MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE • Medicins du Monde • Media Report to Women • (unlabeled) • MEIKLEJOHN • MEMBERS OF CONGRESS FOR PEACE THRU LAW (Defunct) • Mennonite Central Committee • MENSA (HUMANITAS) – 1 • MENTAL HEALTH AND HUMAN RIGHTS NETWORK (MHHR) • METROPOLITAN DC COALITION FOR REFUGEE SETTLEMENT • MEXICAN AMERICAN LEGAL DEFENSE FUND (MALDEF) • Minnesota Lawyers Intl HR Committee • GENERAL MINNESOTA ADVOCATES • GENERAL Minnesota Lawyers International Human Rights Committee • MINORITY RIGHTS GROUP – Newsletter • MINORITY RIGHTS GROUP – Miscellaneous • MISEROR • MOUVEMENT CONTRE LE RACISME ET POUR L’AMITE ENTRE LES PEUPLESMULTINATIONAL AND DEVELOPMENT CLEARINGHOUSE • National Coalition for the Homeless • NATIONAL COALITION FOR THE ABOLITION OF THE DEATH PENALTY • (unlabeled) • NATL. ASSOC. OF HUMAN RIGHTS WORKERS • NATIONAL COMM AGAINST REPRESSIVE LEGISLATION • NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF BLACK LAWYERS • INTERNATIONAL. National Council of the Curches of Christ in the U.S.A. • NATL COUNCIL FOR INTL HEALTH • National Council for the Welfare of Prisoners Abroad (NCWPA) (UK based) • NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES (General) • NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES AFRICA • NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES (Asia & Pacific) • NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES (Caribbean & Latin America)

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order • National Council of Churches HUMAN RIGHTS PERSPECTIVES • NATIONAL COUNCIL OF ITALIAN WOMEN • NATIONAL COUNCIL OF LA RAZA • National Democratic Institute for International Affairs • NATIONAL EMERGENCY CIVIL LIBERTIES COMMITTEE • National Endowment for Democracy (NED) • NATIONAL INDIAN YOUTH COUNCIL, INC. • NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON THE HOLOCAUST • NATIONAL LAWYERS GUILD • NATIONAL LAWYERS GUILD: PUERTO RICO LEGAL PROJECT • NATIONAL MORATORIUM ON PRISON CONSTRUCTION • NATIONAL REFERRAL CENTER • NATIONAL VICTIM/WITNESS RESOURCE CENTER • NATIVE AMERICAN POLICY NETWORK • NATIVE AMERIACN SOLIDARITY COMM. • NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES ASSOC. • NEDERLANDS JURISTEN COMITE VOOR DE MENSENRECHTEN (NJCM) / ICJ, DUTCH SECT. • Network • NEW DIRECTIONS • V-US- NEW ENGLAND HUMAN RIGHTS NETWORK-1 NEWSLETTER • NEW FOURTH WORLD MOVEMENT • NEW OPTIONS • NEW PAGES • NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES • NEWSLETTER OF INT’L LABOUR STUDIES • NEWSPAPER GUILD (TNG) • THE NIWANO PEACE FOUNDATION (ECHOES OF PEACE) • Nederlands Juristen Comite voor de Mensenrechten (NJCM) Dutch section of the International Commission of Jurists • NETHERLANDS INSTITUTE OF HUMAN RIGHTS (STM) • V- NON-VIOLENT ALTERNATIVES, PEACE ACTION NEWS-1 • NORWEGIAN INSTITUTE OF HUMAN RIGHTS • GENERAL Nonviolence International NI. • V-GENERAL- NORDIC SAMI COUNCIL • NORTH ATLANTIC PEACE ORGANIZATION • NORTHERN CALIFORNIA INTER-FAITH CENTER ON CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY • INTERNATIONAL. Nouveaux Droits de l’ Homme. • V. Ockenden Venture (UK) • OFFICE INTL DE L’ENSEIGNEMENT CATHOLIQUE • OFFICE OF HAWAIIN AFFAIRS • INTERNATIONAL. Organisation pour la Recherche, la Communication et l’Action en …. (ORCADES) • ORGANIZATION SOLIDARITY THE PEOPLE OF AFRICA, AASIA & LATIN AMERICA • ORVILLE H. SCHELL, JR. CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS / YALE • OUR TURN (AD LIB) • OVERSEAS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL – 1 • OVERSEAS MINISTRIES STUDY CENTER • OVERSEAS PRESS CLUB OF AMERICA, INC. • OXFAM UNITED KINGDOM • OXFAM AMERICA • PACIFIC NEWS SERVICE • PACIFIC STUDIES CENTER • GENERAL.. Pan American Educational Foundation. • PAN AMERICAN HEALTH ORGANIZATION WASHINGTON, DC • PANAMERICAN ASSOCIATION • V. PARLIAMENTARY HUMAN RIGHTS GROUP (UK)

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309

Press releases, newspapers, bulletins, reports, newsletters, statements 1982-2003 

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Countries / places include: Iran

Mediums / types include: Press releases, newspapers, bulletins, reports, newsletters, statements

Societies / major themes include: Human rights abuses in Iran, resistance movements in Iran; contents of folder one (National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCR) press releases, 2001-03), folder two (NCR press releases, 1999-2000), folder three (NCR press releases, 1997-98), folder four (NCR press releases, 1996-98), folder five (NCR periodicals, 1994-2001), folder six (NCR reports and statements, 1990-99), folder seven (Miscellaneous Iran Liberation/Moslem Iranian Students Society) Periodicals: Iran Liberation, 1982-86: No’s 1, 3-30, 32-43, 45-56, 58, 61-154, 156-175, 177-79, 181-201, 203-208

Bulletin Iran Liberation: Volume 5: 01/15/86, 02/10/86, 03/31/86, 04/28/86, 05/12/86, 05/26/86, 06/02/86, 06/16/86

Iran Liberation: News Bulletin of the People’s Mojahedin of Iran, 1986-90: No’s 1-2, 5, 7-49, 51-65, 113-115

Iran Liberation: News Bulletin of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran: No. 11, 07/19/1999

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Reports, publications, conference proceedings, fliers, pamphlets, press clippings, newsletters, bulletins, statistics 1979-2001 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Iran

Mediums / types include: Reports, publications, conference proceedings, fliers, pamphlets, press clippings, newsletters, bulletins, statistics

Societies / major themes include: Contents of folder one (Muslim Women's Researcher Organization; Islamic Women's Institute of Iran; League of Iranian Women), folder two (Women's rights in Iran; various conference papers, press clippings, fliers, pamphlets, 1990-98), folder three (Islamic Human Rights Comission), folder four (Various Iran: Organization for Defending Victims of Violence (Iranian NGO); Press clippings regarding persecution of Iranian Baha'is, 1996; Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, 1994; The U.S. Committee for Refugees, 1991), folder five (National Movement of Iranian Resistance: press clippings, lists of executions, reports, 1983), folder six (Various Iran: People's Rights (Farsi monthly human rights journal, No. 2 1994); Institut Arabe des Droits de l'Homme, conference proceedings, 1994; Community of Iranian Students, 2001; International Campaign against Terrorism, 2001; The Group to Defend the Rights of Iranian Gays and Lesbians, 2000; Commentary:International Movement for a Just World, 2000; National Council of Resistance of Iran, 1995-96; Iran fact sheet, 1985; International Association of Democratic Lawyers, 1980; IGFM, 1987), folder seven (World Confederation of Labour, 1990; Institute of Jewish Affairs, 1993; Farsi publication, 1979; Unrepresented People's Organization, 1995; League of Iranian Women, 1995; Reuters printout on violence in Algeria, 1994; United Front for Democracy In Iran, 1994-95; Committee for the Defense of Human Rights in Iran, 1993; Document Paris Match, 1994; Organization for Defending Victims of Violence, 1994; "Nineteen of The Khomeini Regime's Suppressive Organs", undated; Committee for Humanitarian Assistance to Iranian Refugees (CHAIR), 1995-97; Just World Trust, 1996; Iranian Refugees Alliance, 1995; Parliamentary Human Rights Group, 1994; various photocopies/press clippings, 1994), folder eight (Focus on Iran, 1994-98; About Iran..., 1996-98), folder nine (Iranian Refugees' Alliance, Inc.; Iran in Resistance), folder ten (Various Iran, 1998-2001) Periodicals: Defenders' Newsletter: The Bulletin of the Organization for Defending Victims of Violence, 1997-2004: Vol. 1, No's 2-9, 11 Vol. 2, No's 3-12, special issue Vol. 3, No's 1-12, supplements to no's 6 and 10 Vol. 4, No's 1-10 Vol. 5, No. 3-6 Vol. 7, No. 3-6 Vol. 8, No's 7-10 Vol. 9, No's 5-12

The Persian Intellectual, 2000-2001: Vol. 1, No's 1-5

Review of Iranian Political Economy & History (RIPEH), 1978-81: No's 2, 5-9

Mehregan: An Iranian Journal of Culture and Politics, 1996-97: Vol. 5, no's 2-4

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Reports, newsletters, posters, publications, correspondence, press releases 

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Countries / places include: Iran, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Palestine

Mediums / types include: Reports, newsletters, posters, publications, correspondence, press releases

Societies / major themes include: Human rights abuses in Iraq, the Gulf crisis, Iran-Iraq War; contents of folders one through three (Amnesty International documents on Iraq, 1980-2004), folder four (various NGO's and governmental reports on Iraq, 1948-2002), folder five (Supreme Council of Islamic Revolution in Iraq, 1993; Middle East Watch, 1990), folder six (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Iraq, 1980; Canadian Network to End Sanctions on Iraq, 2001; The Center for Economic and Social Rights, 2003; UN reports and press clippings, 1993; Article 19 Commentary No. 5, 1987), folder seven (Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, 1995; Coalition for Justice in Iraq, 2000; Human Rights Watch Middle East, 1995), folder eight (Committee Against Repression & for Democratic Rights in Iraq (CARDRI) publications, including: "First Hand Account of the Massacre of Abu-Ghraib Prisoners by an Official of the Iraqi Abu-Ghraib Prison", 1985; "Facts about Abu Graib", 1987; CARDRI News, 1985-91; Iraq Solidarity Voice, 1985-88; various reports), folder nine (News from Oman & Southern Arabia, No's 35-38, 1979-81; "The Revolution is Alive", 1979), folder 10 (Various Lebanon, including: Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, Hukuk Madania, Immigration & Refugee Board of Canada (IRBDC), Middle East Watch, Minority Rights Group, The Jerusalem Quarterly, U.S. Committee on Foreign Affairs - 1983-2002), folder 11(Lebanon Information Processing Service newsletters, 1985-93), folder 12 (various Lebanon, including: TAOWQ, Council of Lebanese American Organizations Lebanon File, United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL), Danish Refugee Council, Minority Rights Group, Policy Review no. 23, Al-Raida:The Pioneer no's 70-71, Amnesty International), folder 13 (IRBDC Daily Press Release Reports on Lebanon, 1989), folder 14 (Various Kuwait, including: Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, International Centre for Trade Union Rights, The Kuwait-America Foundation, Kuwait Review no's 9-11, Free Kuwait no's 1-3, Annals of Internal Medicine, Various news agency printouts regarding women's suffrage in Kuwait, Letter from Walter Kalin, Special Rapporteur of the Commission on Human Rights on the situation of human rights in Kuwait under Iraqi occupation to Laurie S. Wiseberg, Physicians for Human Rights, Egyptian Organization for Human Rights, U.S. Committee of Foreign Affairs), folder 15 (Amnesty International and Middle East Watch reports on Kuwait, 1990-94), folder 16 (Various Israel and Palestine, including: Kav La'Oved, The Arab Association for Human Rights, Birzeit Human Rights Record no. 15, Anti-Defamation League, The Palestine Human Rights Campaign, Israel and Palestine Political Report no. 173, HaMoked, Palestine Human Rights Information Center, Najda, Settlement Watch, CCINGO, Quaker Middle East Representatives, Ninth United Nations North American NGO Symposium on the Question of Palestine papers), folder 17 (Various Israel and Palestine, including: St Yves Legal Newsletter no. 1, World Health Organization, Birzeit Human Rights Record, IRBDC, Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) posters), folder 18 (Various Israel and Palestine, including: Israeli-Palestinian Human Rights Committee, "The Price of Insurgency: Civil Rights In the Occupied Territories" - Carmel Shalev), folder 19 (Various Israel and Palestine including: FIDH, Article 19) Periodicals: Palestine & the UN, 2001-02: Vol. 2, no's 10-11 - Vol. 3, no's 1-11 - Vol. 4, no's 1-11 - Vol. 5, no's 1-11 - Vol. 6, no's 1-11 - Vol. 7, no's 1-3, 5, 8-10

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Publications, reports, newsletters, fliers, correspondence 1980-2001 

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Countries / places include: Israel, Palestine, various

Mediums / types include: Reports, newsletters, fliers, publications, correspondence, press releases

Societies / major themes include: Human rights abuses in Israel/Palestine, Arab-American advocacy; Contents of folder one (Various Israel and Palestine including: The Palestinian Human Rights Monitoring Group (PHRMG, Arabic language newspaper), 1997; The Democracy & Workers’ Rights Center (DWRC), 1997; Group for Democratic Development, 1997; Just World Trust (Article on “Tunnel Under The Al-Aqsa Mosque” and accompanying letter of protest to President Clinton), 1996; ADL, 1996; Hamoked, 1997; Gaza Center For Rights and Law (GCRI), 1998; emails regarding shooting and following hunger strike at Birzeit University, 1998), folder two (Various Israel and Palestine including: The Abraham Fund Quarterly, Vol. 3, no. 2, 1996; Human Rights Watch, 1997; Gaza Students Campaign, 1998; DWRC; Palestinian National Authority (info sheet on western press, associated news printouts), 1997; World Bank: Developing the Occupied Territories, 1997; PHRMG, 1997; The Minority Rights Group, no. 24), folder three (Various publications of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, 1982-2001)

Periodicals: American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee Issues, 1980-84: No's 1, 14, 16, 19

American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee Reports, 1982-84: No's 14-19, 21, 24

American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee Times (formerly Reports), 1984-2001: Vol. 5, no's 1-3; Vol. 6, no's 1-5, 9; Vol. 7, no's 2, 4-5; Vol. 8, no's 1-3, 5-8; Vol. 9, no's 3, 5, 7; Vol. 10, no's 2-6; Vol. 11, no's 1, 3-7; Vol. 12, no's 1, 3-6; Vol. 13, no's 2-3, 5-8; Vol. 14, no's 1-8; Vol. 15, no's 2-5; Vol. 16, no's 3, 8-9; Vol. 18, no's 8-13; Vol. 19, no's 1-2 Vol. 20, no's 1-9, 11; Vol. 21, no's 1-2

Arab American Institute Issues: Winter 1995-96, Winter 1996, Spring 1996, Summer 1996, Special Issue Spring 1996

The Palestinian Human Rights Monitor, 1997-99: Vol. 1, no's 2-5 - Vol. 2, no's 1-6 - Vol. 3, no. 1

Palestine Refugees Today (Publication of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East), 1981-1996: No’s 96, 108-138

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • V – SENTINELLES – 1 • SEEDS • SIGNS OF THE TIMES • V- SIMON WIESENTHAL CENTER FOR HOLOCAUST STUDIES- 1 • Slepak Foundation • SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC LAWYERS ASSOCIATION • SOCIAL SECRETARIAT • SOCIALIST INTERNATIONAL HR gen. COMM FOR LAT AM & THE CARIBBEAN • SOCIETY FOR INT’DEV. • SODEPAX: COMMITTEE ON SOCIETY & DVLPMT • SOUTHERN COALITION ON JAILS AND PRISONS (USA) • SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTER • SOUTHWEST ALTERNATIVES INSTITUTE COYOTE • V-US SOUTHWEST RESEARCH AND INFORMATION CENTER, THE WORKBOOK • SPANISH REFUGEE AID • STANDING CONFERENCE ON REFUGEES • INTERNATIONAL. Statewatch. • STICHTING HENSENRECHTEN GRONINGEN • STICHTING OECUMENISCHE HULP / DUTCH INTERCHURCH AID • STICHTING VOOR MENSENRECHTEN EN GEZONDHEIDSZORG • STIFTELSEN DAG HAMMARSKJOLDS MINNESFOND SWEDEN • STOCKHOLM INT. PEACE RESEARCH COMMITTEE (SIPRI) • INTERNATIONAL. Stop Genocide. • V. STUDENT CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT (UK) • GENERAL SupportGroup For Indigenous Peoples. • V-SURVIVALINTERNATIONAL USA-1 • V-1 SURVIVAL INTERNATIONAL • SVENSKA KYRKANS MISSION (SKM) SWEDISH CHURCH MISSION (CSM) WORKING • SVENSKA UNESCORADET • SWEDISH RED CROSS • SWISS COMMITTEE AGAINST TORTURE • V. SWISS COMMITTEE AGAINST TORTURE • Synapses USA • SYRACUSE PEACE COUNCIL • TAMPERE PEACE RESEARCH INSTITUTE (TAPRI) • V- TASKFORCE ON THE CHURCHES AND CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY -1 • TERRE DES FEMMES • TERRE DES HOMMES • GENERAL. The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation • GENERAL The Institute For Global Ethics (IGE) . • THIRD WORLD FIRST • THIRD WORLD FORUM (ASSOCIATION OF 3rd WORLD AFFAIRS, USA) • THIRD WORLD FOUNDATION • Third World Movement Against Exploit of Women • THIRD WORLD NETWORK • THIRD WORLD RESOURCES • THIRD WORLD READER SERVICE • THIRD WORLD STUDIES PROGRAM, UNIV. OF THE PHILIPPINES • THYB • TRANSAFRICA -1 • THIRD WORLD READER SERVICE • TOWARD FREEDOM • TRANS GLOBAL • TRANSNATIONAL NETWORK FOR APPROP/ALT TECHNOLOGIES (TRANET) • V- TRANSNATIONAL INSTITUTE, MISC. • TROCAIRE • UNICEF • V- UNION OG AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS (UAHC) • UNION OF CONCERNED SCIENTISTS • UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST SERVICE COMMITTEE • V- Unitarian Universalist Socialist Committee • PEACE ACTION • V – UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST UN OFFICE – WINDOW ON THE WORLD - 1 • V-US- UNITED AUTOWORKERS -1 • V-CANADA-UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA • UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST (IMPACT) • UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • V- UNITED METHODIST CHURCH-BOARD OF GLOBAL MINISTRIES-WOMEN’S DIVISION-1 • UNITED NATIONS ASSOCIATION- USA • INTERNATIONAL. United Nations University (UNU). • UNITED STATES. United States Commission On Civil Rights. • -WOMEN- UNITED NATIONS DECADE FOR WOMEN-1 • U.N. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INFORMATION • U.N. – INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF THE CHILD • V-1 UNITED NATIONS UNIVERSITY • UNITED NATIONS UNIVERSITY UNU NEWSLETTER • U.N. UNIVERSITY FOR PEACE • GENERAL University Of Minnesota Human Rights Center. • UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH • V. UNITED REFORMED CHURCH (UK) • GENERAL Urban Morgan Institute For Human Rights. • USA GENERAL: articles on CIA • U.S. AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVEL • V-U.S. CATHOLIC CONFERENCE-1 • HR GENERAL US CATHOLIC CONF./SECT FOR HISPANIC AFFAIRS • V- UNITED STATES CATHOLIC MISSION COUNCIL MISSION INTERCOM -1 • U.S. COMMISSION ON CIVIL RIGHTS • US COMMITTEE ON REFUGEES • US COUNCIL FOR THE INTL YEAR OF DISABLED PERSONS • US FOREIGN POLICY & HUMAN RIGHTS (CLIPPINGS ETC.) • U.S. GOVT: DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE • U.S. Department of Justice. Immigration and Naturalization S. • US INSTITUTE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (never established) • US INSTITUTE OF HUMAN RIGHTS • The US Institute of Peace • US NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR UNESCO • US PEACE COUNCIL • US/UN MISSION • INTERNATIONAL. Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation. • INTERNATIONAL. Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights. • WAR ON WANT • WAR RESISTERS’ INTL • WAR/WATCH FOUNDATION • WAR RESISTERS LEAGUE • WASHINGTON INSTITUTE • THE WASHINGTON MONITOR • WHITE HOUSE • WILBERFORCE COUNCIL FOR HUMAN RIGHTS • WILLIAM PENN HOUSE • Women for a meaningful summit • Women for Racial & Economic Equality • Women’s Education Equity Action Program • Women’s Intl League for Peace & Freedom • WOMEN’S INTERNATIONAL NETWORK • WOMEN’S INTERNATIONAL RESOURCE EXCHANGE • GENERAL Women Living Under Muslim Laws • INTERNATIONAL Women Make Movies, Inc. • WOMEN’S PRESS • WOMEN’S RESEARCH CENTER (B.C.) • WOMEN, rights of • INTERNATIONAL. Women’s Commission for Refugee Women and Children. • WOMENS RIGHTS LAW REPORTER • WOODROW WILSON INTL CENTER, DC • WORLD AFFAIRS COUNCIL OF BOSTON • WORLD ALLIANCE OF REFORMED CHURCHES • WORLD ALLIANCE OF YMCA’S • WORLD ASSOCIATION FOR WORLD FEDERATION • World Assoc of Community Radio Broadcasters • GENERAL. World Association Of Community Radio Stations. • WORLD ASSOCIATION OF WORLD FEDERALISTS

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • WORLD CITIZENS ASSEMBLY • WORLD CONFEDERATION OF LABOR • WORLD CONFEDERATION OF LABOR – Flash – • WORLD CONFED OF ORGS OF THE TEACHING PROFESSION (WCOTP) • World Confederation of Teachers • WORLD CONFERENCE ON RELIGION & PEACE (WCRP) (SWITZERLAND) • World Council of Churches • WORLD COUNCIL OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES • WORLD COUNCIL OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES • WORLD DEVELOPMENT MOVEMENT (WDM) • WORLD EVANGELICAL FELLOWSHIP • WORLD FEDERALIST ASSOCIATION • World Federation of Catholic Youth • WORLD FEDERATION OF DEMOCRATIC YOUTH • WORLD FEDERATION OF UNITED NATIONS ASSOCIATIONS (WFUNA) • World Future Studies Federation • WORLD GOODWILL • WORLD HABEAS CORPUS • WORLD HUNGER EDUCATION SERVICE • WORLD INFORMATION SERVICE ON ENERGY (WISE) • GENERAL. World Healt Organization. • WORLD JEWISH CONGRESS • WORLD MUSLIM CONGRESS • GENERAL World Organisation Against Torture • GENERAL World Peace Institute • WORLD PEACE THROUGH LAW CENTER • WORLD POLICY INSTITUTE (formerly Institute for World Order) • WORLD PRESS FREEDOM COMMITTEE • World Romani Congress • WORLD SECRETARIAT FOR PROFESSIONAL ACTION • WORLD SEPHARDI FEDERATION • WORLD SERVICE AUTHORITY • WORLD STUDENT CHRISTIAN FEDERATION • WORLD UNIVERSITY SERVICE (WUS) • INTERNATIONAL. World University Service of Canada (WUSC). • WORLD VISION • WORLD WITHOUT WAR COUNCIL • World Young Woman’s Christain Assoc. (World YWCA) • GENERAL. Yale Law School. • YALE UNIVERSITY PROGRAM ON NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS • YOUNG LAWYER’S INTL ASSOCIATION • YOUTH PROJECT • YURI ORLOV COMMITTEE • ZAGAZIG UNIVERSITY, CENTER FOR LEGAL AND ECONOMIC STUDIES ZENTRALE DOKUMENTATIONSSTELLE DER FREIEN WOHLFAHRTSPFLEGE FUR FLUCHTLINGE E.V. (ZDWF) • Zoryan Institute • ZWEMER INSTITUTE OF MUSLIM STUDIES

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with three tabs. • V- CANADA – LIGUE DES DROITS ET LIBERTES – 1 • MAN TO MAN ONTARIO/WOMAN TO WOMAN ONTARIO (M2/W2) • CANADA. MATCH International Centre. • V – CANADA – NORTHERN NATIVE RIGHTS CAMPAIGN – 1 • MANITOBA HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION • l'Office des Droits des Detenu • V – CANADA ON OUR OWN • V – CANADA Operation Lifeline • V – CANADA – ONTARIO HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION – 1 • V – CANADA – PLURA – 1 • V – CANADA – PEACE RESEARCH INSTITUTE 1 • PROJECT NORTH JOURNAL • PROJECT PLOUGHSHARE • A QUAKER COMMITTEE ON JAILS AND JUSTICE CANADA • V – CANADA SASKATCHEWAN ASSN. ON HUMAN RIGHTS • Taskforce on the Churches + Corporate Resopnsibility Canada. • CANADA. University of Saskatchewan Native Law Centre. • VANCOUVER ASSOCIATION FOR THE SURVIVORS OF TORTURE (VAST) • new tab: ECUADOR • ECAUDOR GENERAL • ASAMBLEA PERMANENTE DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS (ECUADOR) • CENTRAL ECUATORIANA DE ORGANIZACIONES CLASISTAS (CEDOC) • ECUADOR._ Centro De Comunicaciones Dudiovisuales De La Amazonia. • CENTRO ECUATORIANO PARA LA PROMOCION Y ACCION DE LA MUJER (CEPAM) • CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS Y DIFUSION SOCIAL (CEDIS-CDT) ECUADOR • COMISION DE AMPARO DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS (ECUADOR) • COMISION ECUMENICA DE DERECHOS HUMANOS (CEDHU) ECUADOR • Comision Ecumenica de Der. Hum. Ecuador Grupos de Ecuador revisados por Elsie Monge, Pres. De CEDHU • COMITE DE FAMILIARES DE PRESOS POLITICOS, ASESINADOS Y DESAPARECIDOS DEL ECUADOR (DOFPPE) • COMITE ECUMENICO PRO-REFUGIADOS DEL ECUADOR • ECUADOR Comision La Defensa De Los Derechos Humanos. • CONFEDERACION DE NACIONALIDADES INDIGENAS DE LA AMAZONIA ECUATORIANA • CONFEDERACION DE TRABAJADORES DEL ECUADOR (CTE) • CONFRATERNIDAD CARCELARIA DEL ECUADOR (CCE) • CONSEJO ECUATORIANO DE LA PAZ • COORDINADORA NACIONAL DE SOLIDARIDAD (ECUADOR) CNS • EDICIONES ABYA-YALA ECUADOR • FEDERACION UNITARIA DE TRABAJADORES DE LA INDUST. ELECT. DEL ECUADOR • FRENTE ECUATORIANO POR LA DEFENSA DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS (FEDHU) • NEWSCLIPS – ECUADOR • SERPAJ-ECUADOR • UNION POPULAR REVOLUCIONARIA ECUATORIANA (URPE) • new tab: MEXICO • MEXICO GENERAL • ACADEMIA MEXICANA DE DERECHOS HUMANOS • Asociacion Mexicana para Las Naciones Unidas • MEXICO. Asociacion National de Defensores de los Derechos Humanos. • CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS JURIDOS Y SOCIALES “PADRE ENRIQUE GUTIERREZ” A.C. • CENTRO NACIONAL DE COMUNICACION SOCIAL (CENCOS) MEXICO • MEXICO. Comision de Derechos Humanos del Partido de la Revolucion Democrat. • Comision Mexicana de Defensa y Promocion de Derechos Humanos • Comision Para La Defensa de Los Derechos Humanos., A.C. (CDDH, A.C.) • COMITE DE DEFENSA POPULAR DE DURANGO GENERAL” FRNACISCO VILLA” • COMITE NACIONAL INDEPENDIENTE (CNI) • COMITE PRO-DEFENSA DE PRESOS, PERSEG. DESAPARECIDOS Y EXILIADOS POLITICOS EUREKA! • CONGRESSIONAL RECORD NEWSCLIPS, STATEMENTS, ETC. – MEXICO • Equipo Pueblo – “THE OTHER SIDE OF MEXICO” • MEXICO. Fideicomiso para la Defensa de los Derechos de los Pueblos • FRENTE NACIONAL CONTRA LA REPRESION (MEXICO) • FRENTE POPULAR DE ZACATECAS • GROUPE D”INFORMATION QUEBEC-MEXIQUE (CANADA) • HECTOR MARROQUIN DEFENSE COMMITTEE • LIGA MEXICANA DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS A.C. (LIMEDHAC) • LIGA MEXICANA POR LA DEFENSA DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS (LIMEDDH) • MEXICO. National Human Rights Commission’s. • REGIONAL DE MUJERES, - CONAMUP • SERVICIO, DESARROLLO Y PAZ (SEDEPAC) MEXICO • SERVICIO SOCIAL CIVIL OBLIGATORIO PARA LA MUJER MEXICANA (SSCOMM) • new tab: PARAGUAY • PARAGUAY – GENERAL • ACHE INDIANS (ABOUREZK MATERIALS) PARAGUAY

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Countries / places include: Israel, Palestine, various

Mediums / types include: Reports, newsletters, fliers, publications, correspondence, press releases

Societies / major themes include: Human rights abuses in Israel/Palestine, Arab-American advocacy; Arab Institute For Human Rights; Arab Organization for Human Rights; Palestine Liberation Organization Unified Information publications (1987-89);

Periodicals: The Link (Published by Americans for Middle East Understanding, Inc.), 1974-99: "Special Reprint of Sept.-Oct., 1974", Vol. 8, no. 5; Vol. 11, no. 5; Vol. 12, no. 1; Vol. 13, no's 1-3, 5; Vol. 14, no's 1-5; Vol. 15, no's 1-5; Vol. 16, no's 1-4; Vol. 17, no's 1-2, 4; Vol. 18, no's 1-5; Vol. 19, no's 1-4; Vol. 20, no's 2-5; Vol. 21, no's 1-3, 5; Vol. 23, no's 1-5; Vol. 24, no's 1-5; Vol. 25, no's 1-5; Vol. 26, no's 1-5, Vol. 27, no's 1-5; Vol. 28, no's 1-5; Vol. 29, no's 1-5; Vol. 30, no's 1-5; Vol. 32, no. 5

Arab Organization for Human Rights Newsletter, 1986-90: No's 3, 5-21, 24

Jerusalem: Palestine Committee for N.G.O, 1985-89: No's 2-11, 18, 21-22, 24, 27-42, 44-55

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with one tab. new tab: SOVIET JEWRY • SOVIET JEWRY – GENERAL MATERIAL • SOVIET JEWRY – NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS • BAY AREA COUNCIL ON SOVIET JEWRY • Action for Soviet Jewry “Soviet Jewry rep’t” • American Jewish Committee • Iosif Begnen • Viktor Brailovsky • CENTER FOR RUSSIAN & EAST EUROPEAN JEWRY/STUDENT STRUGGLE FOR SOVIET JEWRY • COALITION TO FREE SOVIET JEWS • COMPENDIUM ON SOVIET (JEWISH) DISSENT • SOVIET JEWRY: CONFERENCES • Chicago Action for Soviet Jewry (Refusenik) • Connecticut Committee for Soviet Jews • CURRENTS (greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry) • Greater N.Y. Conference on Soviet Jewry [Political Action Update] • Greater new York Conference on Soviet Jewry (LIFELINES) • Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry: 1985 materials • Greater NY Conference on Soviet Jewry: 1984 materials • GREATER NEW YORK CONFERENCE ON SOVIET JEWRY: January 1983 • (unlabeled) • (unlabeled) • Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry: June 1980 – April 1981. • (unlabeled) • MEDICAL MOBILIZATION FOR SOVIET JEWRY • (unlabeled) • Natl Conf on Soviet Jewry 1983-86 material • NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SOVIET JEWRY • National Interreligious Task Force on Soviet Jewry (Chicago) 1984 stuff • New York Legal Coalition for Soviet Jewry • New York Women’s Group for Soviet Jewry • V. SOVIET JEWRY South Florida Conference on Soviet Jewry –1 • Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center • Soviet Jewry Legal Defense and Research Foundation • V. Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry – Action Newsletter – 1 • Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center – legal Briefs • SOVIET JEWRY LEGAL ADVOCACY CENTER – ILO Petition – • Soviet Jewry Legal Advocacy Center Legal Advocacy Portfolio

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • RFE USSR 1985 • RFL USSR 1984 • RADIO LIBERTY: USSR GENERAL February 1983- Dec. 1983 • RADIO LIBERTY: USSR GENERAL August 1982-January 1983 inclusive • RADIO LIBERTY: USSR GENERAL April 1982-July 1982 inclusive • RADIO LIBERTY: USSR GENERAL January 1982-March 1982 • (unlabeled) • RFE: USSR GENERAL August 1981 – October 1981 • RFE: USSR General June 1981 – July 1981 • RFE: USSR general April 1981 – May 1981 • RFE: 1981 USSR General January – March 1981 • RFE RL 1979 • (unlabeled) • USSR PRESS CLIPPINGS 86-87 • USSR: NEWSCLIPPINGS • USSR – GENERAL MATERIALS PART II • USSR – GENERAL MATERIALS • Action Chretienne des Etudiants Russis • Action Group for the Defense of Hm Rts in the USSR • Action Group to Defend the Rights of the Disabled in the USSR • AID TO RUSSIAN CHRISTIANS UK • ALL RUSSIAN SOCIAL CHRISTIAN COMMITTEE FOR THE LIBERATION OF THE PEOPLE • ALL UNION CHURCH OF THE FAITHFUL AND FREE ADVENTISTS OF THE SEVENTH DAY • AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL, SOVIET SECTION • ARMENIA – GENERAL MATERIAL • ARMENIAN STUDIES CENTER • Boekovski Berichten (Bukovskuy) • BULLETIN D’INFORMATION • CAHIERS DU SAMIZDAT (Belgium) • V-USSR CENTRO RUSSIA ECUMENICA (Italy)

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • CHRISTIAN COMMITTEE FOR THE DEFENSE OF BELIEVERS RIGHTS, USSR • CHRISTIAN PRISONERS IN THE USSR – ASSORTED MATERIALS • USSR: Christian Democratic Assoc of central and eastern europe • CHRISTIAN SEMINAR ON PROBLEMS OF RELIGIOUS RENAISSANCE • UUssr committee for the defense of persecuted orthodox christians • Comite Martchenko • COMMITTEE FOR THE DEFENSE OF PERSECUTED ORTHODOX CHRISTIANS • COMMITTEE OF CONCERNED SCIENTISTS • CRIMEAN TATARS • ussr Eisenhower world affairs institute • USSR: Exit visa • USSR Express-KHRONIKA. • FORUM INSTITUTE USA • FREE INTERPROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WORKERS (SMOT) • GEORGIA – GENERAL MATERIAL • V – GEORGIA. Comite pour l’Application des Accords d’Helsinki en Georgie • GERMANS IN THE USSR • GINZBURG • USSR: Harriman Institute • USSR Forum oopym • HELSINKI ACCORD AND THE SOVIET UNION • HUMAN RIGHTS -- MOSCOW 80 • INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION ON THE POLITICAL USE OF PSYCHIATRY (PARIS) • International Parliamentary gp for Human Rts in the Soviet Union • USSR: International Parliament group for human rights in sov un • International parliamentary Group for Human Rights in the Soviet Union • USSR: Institue for soviet american relations • INTERNATIONAL SAKHAROV COMMITTEE – DANIZDAT JOURNAL • INTERNATIONAL SAKHAROV HEARINGS WASHINGTON, D.C. 1979 • Ussr International society for Human Rights / Malta • USSR: ISKON, International soc for Krishna consciousness • USSR: Keenan institute for advanced russian studies • KHRISTIANIN PRESS • MORDAVIAN HELSINKI PRISON GROUP • USSR: Jubilee campaign • MOSCOW HELSINKI GROUP & WORKING COMMISSION ON PSYCHIATRY • MOSCOW INDEPENDENT PEACE GROUP • NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE • OLYMPICS – 1980 MOSCOW • Pentacostal Church Council • Problems of Refusal (USSR) • V-USSR. LA PENSEE RUSSE (Italy) • PSYCHIATRIC REPRESSION • 1980 COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS • RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION AND RELATED TOPICS • Right to Emigrale group • Polski – journal. • RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH IN EXILE (UK) • RUSSIA Publication • SAKHAROV • SAMIZDAT PUBLICATIONS • SHCHARANSKY-ASSORTED MATERIALS • USSR: SCIENTISTS (General Material) • SCIENTISTS FOR ORLOV AND SCHARANSKY • USSR: Russian Social Fund in Aid of Political Prisoners • Siberian Natural Gas Pipeline and Forced Labor Thereon… • USSR: Slepak foundation • ussr society of st stephen • SOLZHENITSYN – ASSORTED MATERIALS • USSR: Soviet Jews GENERAL • Soviet Nationality Survey • U.S.S.R The Express Chronicle • Tarbut (Israel: S. Jewry) • Vashchenkos • USSR: VIETNAMESE IN SOVIET UNION • USSR: Visits international for soviet and americans • Wallenberg, Ranch • The Wilberforce Council for Hm Rts (U.K.) • SOVIET UNION: WOMEN • worker’s rights. gen. • (unlabeled) • V-USSR SOS Haring Oct 15, 1980 – 1 • V – USSR – SOVIET UNOFFICIAL ART MUSEUM – 1

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with two tabs. • UK Refugee Community News • U.K. Refugee Studies Programme. • RUNNYMEDE TRUST, UNITED KINGDOM • V- SCOTTISH COUNCIL FOR CIVIL LIBERTIES – 1 • U.K. The International Centre For The Legal Protection Of Human Rights. • UNITED KINGDOM. The U.K. Association of Rights and Humanity. • U.K. University of Ulster Peace and Conflict Studies • Wilberforce Council for Human Rights (UK) • new tab: IRELAND • V – IRELAND – NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS – 1 • V – Northern Ireland General Information – 1 • V- IRELAND AD HOC CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE FOR IRISH AFFAIRS – 1 • Association for Legal Justice • Churchtown Committee for Human Rights • IRELAND Comhlamh. • Committee for a United Ireland • V – IRELAND – INTTERNATIONAL TRIBUNAL ON BRITAIN’S PRESENCE IN IRELAND – 1 • IRISH AMERICAN UNITY CONFERENCE • V. IRELAND COOPERATION NORTH • Guth AN PHOBAIL: Reports from Occupied Ireland • IRISH BRIEFING (Irish National Caucus papers) • IRELAND. Irish Centre for the Study of Human Rights • IRISH COUNCIL FOR CIVIL LIBERTIES – 1 V-IRELAND • MISC. OFFICE • NORTHERN IRELAND Law in SCHOOLS Project. • THE IRISH LOBBY (Newsletter of the Irish National Caucus) • IRISH NATIONAL CAUCUS: GENERAL PAPERS • Irish Northern and / Irish Prisoners of War Committee • National Association for Irish Freedom (USA) • IRELAND The Northern Ireland Civil Liberties Council • RELEASE NICKY KELLY COMMITTEE • IRELAND. Relatives for Justice • “SILENT TOO LONG” • United Ireland Coalition • Vermont Committee for Irish Human Rights • Washington Smash – H – Block Committee • TIME TO GO (N IRELAND) • new tab: EAST EUROPE • EAST EUROPEAN LEADERSHIP LIST • RFE, WEEKLY RECORD EAST EUROPE • RFE – E. EUR GENERAL – 1989 • RFE – Eastern Europe 1988 • RFE: Eastern Europe 1987 • RFE E. Europe General 1985/1986 • E. Eur. Gen. RFE. 1984 • E. Eur. RFE 1983 • RFE: Eastern Europe general • EASTERN EUROPE – ASSORTED GENERAL MATERIALS • V – EASTERN EUROPE – GENERAL NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS – 1 • Advisory Council on Religious Rights in East Europe + S.U. • RFE: World Communist Movement • RFE: East – West • Advisory Council on Religious Rights in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union • V. EASTERN EUROPE. ACTION CHRETIENNE POUR L’EGLISE DU SILENCE • ASSEMBLY OF CAPTIVE EUROPEAN NATIONS • V. EASTERN EUROPE ASSOCIATION OF FRIENDS OF THE PERIODICAL CONTINENT • V. EASTERN EUROPE CATACOMBES, MESSAGER SUPRACONFESSIONEL DE L’EGLISE DU SILENC • CENTER FOR APPEALS FOR FREEDOM, FREEDOM HOUSE • CENTER FOR SLAVIC + EAST EUROPEAN STUDIES • CENTRE OF DOCUMENTATION AND INFORMATION ON H.R. IN E. EUROPE • (unlabeled) • Committee for the Defense of Persecuted Orthodox Christians • COMMITTEE FOR DEFENSE OF SOVIET AND EAST EUROPEAN POLITICAL PRISONERS (CANADA) • EAST WATCH INTERNATIONAL

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with one tab. • RFE: Hungary (July 1982-Dec. 1982) • RFE: HUNGARY 1981 • RFE: HUNGARY 1980 • LEGAL DEFENSE COMMITTEE OF THE HUNGARIAN NATIONALITY IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA • new tab: POLAND • POLAND GENERAL 2 • POLAND – GENERAL MATERIALS • Poland – press clippings 1985 → • POLAND • (unlabeled) • CONFEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT POLAND (KPN) • RFE: POLAND !(1989)! • RFE – POLAND – 1988 • RFE 1987 POLAND • RFE POLAND 1986 • RFE Poland 1985 June – Dec. • RFE. Poland’s ’85 Jan. – may • Poland RTE ‘84

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with six tabs. • AFGHANISTAN – Afghan Information and Documentation Centre • AFGHANISTAN – Afghan News Agency /Freedom Comm Intl News Agency UK • AFGHANISTAN – Afghan Refugee Fund USA • AFGHANISTAN – Afghan Refugee Information Network (ARIN) UK • AFGHANISTAN – Afghanistan Relief Committee USA • AFGHANISTAN – American Afghan Educ. Fund AFGHAN INTL UPDATE USA • AFGHANISTAN – American Aid for Afghans • AFGHANISTAN – Association des Afghans Switzerl • AFGHANISTAN – Center for Afghanistan Studies, Univ. of Nebraska USA • AFGHANISTAN – Centre de Recherches et d’Etudes Docu sur l’Afghn (CEREDAF) • AFGHANISTAN – Committee for a Freee Afghanistan USA • AFGHANISTAN – Federation for American Afghan Action AFGHAN UPDATE USA • AFGHANISTAN – Jamiat Islami Afghanistan France • AFGHANISTAN – Mouvement de Soutien a la Resistance Afghanistan France • AFGHANISTAN – Prep Heci Groupe Afghanistan France • PSYCHIATRY CENTER FOR AFGHAN REFUGEES (PAKISTAN) • AFGHANISTAN – Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty • AFGHANISTAN – Solidarite Afghanistan Belg • AFGHANISTAN – Solidarity Council of Afghanistan Freedom Orgs in America • AFGHANISTAN – U.S. State Department • new tab: AUSTRALIA • AUSTRALIA – General • AUSTRALIA. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission • AUSTRALIA – Aboriginal Land Rights Support Group Austr • AUSTRALIA – .Aboriginal mining Information Service • AUSTRALIA – Aboriginal Law Centre Austr • Australia: Amnesty International Australia • AUSTRALIA – Australia Council of Churches/Austr. Cath. Relief • AUSTRALIA – Australian Council for Overseas Aid (ACFOD) • AUSTRALIA – Australian Human Rights Society (ASHR) Aust. • AUSTRALIA – Australian Press Council • AUSTRALIA. Bureau Of Immigration Research. • AUSTRALIA – Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace • AUSTRALIA – For Those Who Have Less • AUSTRALIA – Foundation for Aboriginal Islander Redearch Action (FAIEA) • AUSTRALIA: Human Rights + Equal Opportunity Commission • AUSTRALIA – Human Rights Bureau Australia • (unlabeled) • AUSTRALIA – Human Rights Commission Australia • AUSTRALIA – Internation Commission of Jurists (ICJ) Australian Section • AUSTRALIA: International PEN Centre (Sydney Australia) • AUSTRALIA – Jesuit Refugee Service • AUSTRALIA – Kimberley Land Council • AUSTRALIA Law Council of Australia. • AUSTRALIA – People for Land Rights • AUSTRALIA – University of New South Wales, Human Rights Centre • UNIYA / CENTRE FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH AND ACTION (AUSTRALIA) • AUSTRALIA – Western DEsert Land Council • new tab: BANGLADESH • BANGLADESH – General • BANGALDESH – Adhikar Trust Bng • BANGLADESH – Amnesty International Madaripur Group-2 Bangladesh • BANGLADESH – Association for the REalization of Basic Needs • BANGLADESH – Association for Social Advancement (ASA) Bng • BANGLADESH – Bangladesh Human Rights Commission (BHRC) Bng • BANGLADESH Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee (BRAC) • BANGLADESH – Bangladesh Student Chrstn Movement (Bangladesh SCM) Bng • BANGLADESH – Bangladesh Society for the Enforcement of Human Rights Bng • BANGLADESH – Commission for Justice and Peace, CBCB Bng • BANGLADESH – Comp. Rural Edcl, Social Cult & Eco Centre (CRESCENT) Bng • BANGLADESH – Coordinating Council for Human Rights in Bangladesh (CCHRB) • BANGLADESH - Liberty International see HR General File Bng • BANGLADESH – Madaripur Legal Aid Association (MLAA) Bng • BANGLADESH – Maulik Chahida Karmashuchi (MAUCHAK) Bng • BANGLADESH – Ubinig • new tab: BHUTAN • BHUTAN – General • BHUTAN. Association of Human Rights Activists. • new tab: BRUNEI • BRUNEI – General • new tab: BURMA • BURMA – General • BURMA – Newsclips • ALL BURMA STUDENTS’ DEMOCRATIC FRONT (ABSDF) (THAILAND) DAWN NEWS BULL. • BURMA – American Karen Agency USA • BURMA – Burmese Relief Committee Thai • BURMA Burma Rights Movement For Action. • BURMA. Burma Watch International, a Society for Human Rights. • BURMA – Committee for the REstoration of Democracy in Burma USA • BURMA – Kachin Independence Army • BURMA – Oversea Tavoy Student Front • BURMA – Political Exiles of Burma Wger • BURMA – Project Maje USA • BURMA Rally For Democracy • BURMA – Salween Liaison Office • BURMA – Tribal Refugee Welfare in S.E. Asia Austr • new tab: CAMBODIA • CAMBODIA. Cambodian Human Rights Association (CHRA or ADHOC).

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • Poland RFE 1983 • RFE: POLAND (August-December 1982) 8 • RFE: POLAND 6 November 81 – January 82 • RFE: POLAND 5 August – October 1981 • (unlabeled) • RFE: POLAND 3 March – April 1981 • RFE general POLAND 2 January – February 1981 • RFE – General Poland • POLAND NEWSCLIPPINGS • Catholic Intelligentsia Club • CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF WORKERS • POLAND WATCH CENTER • POLAND: CHURCH • CISOW BELIEVERS SELF-DEFENSE COMMITTEE • COMMITTEE FOR NATIONAL SELF-DETERMINATION • COMMITTEE FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF FREE TRADE UNIONS • CONFEDERATION FOR AN INDEPENDENT POLAND (KPN) • POLAND: Congressional Record • Coordinating Office Abroad of Solidarity • FARMERS’ SELF-DDEFENSE COMMITTEE • Poland Freedom and Peace • FOUNDING COMMITTEE FREE TRADE UNIONS OF WESTERN POMERANIA • FREE LEARNING IN POLAND INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT COMMITTEE • Human rights centre • INDEPENDENT ASSOC. OF POLISH STUDENTS (France) • INDEPENDENT GROUP FOR SCIENTIFIC COOPERATION • INDEPENDENT TRADE UNIONS COMMITTEE, GDANSK & SOPOT • INDEPENDENT TRADE UNIONS COMMITTEE, KATOWICE • INFORMATION CENTRE FOR POLISH AFFAIRS • POLAND: INTERNATIONAL CONFEDERATION OF FREE TRADE UNIONS (ICFTU, Brussels) • POLAND: International League for Human Rights • Krakow Student Publishing House • Kornel Morawiecki • KSS – KOR • POLAND: MARTIAL LAW DECREE (12/12/81) • MOVEMENT FOR THE DEFENSE OF HUMAN AND CIVIC RIGHTS • MOVEMENT OF FREE DEMOCRATS • POLAND: Multiethnic Coalition for Polish Relief and Human Rights (USA) • NORTH AMERICAN STUDY CENTER FOR POLISH AFFAIRS 1980-1981 • V. POLAND. Nouva Independent Publishing House – 1 • PEASANT CENTRE FOR KNOWLEDGE • PEOPLE’S UNIVERSITY • PODLASIE BELIEVERS SELF-DEFENSE COMMITTEE • POLAND: Polish-American-Jewish-American Task Force USA) • POLISH LEAGUE FOR INDEPENDENCE PPN • PRZEMSYL SELF-DEFENSE COMMITTEE OF BELIEVERS • PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE FOR FARMERS INDEPENDENT TRADE UNIONS • PULS – Literary Quarterly • POLAND: Refugees • ROBOTNIK – 1 V-POLAND • Poland: Rural Solidarity • POLAND: SCIENTISTS • SOCIAL SELF-DEFENSE CLUB, WIELKOPOLSKO-KUJAWSKI REGION • SOCIAL SELF-DEFENSE COMMITTEE (KOR) • SOCIETY OF ACADEMIC COURSES • Poland Praeger special studies • Poland: Polish Studies Newsletter • POLAND: “SOLIDARITY” • POLAND: Support of Solidarity Committee c’tee in Support of Solidarity • Solidarity Intervention and Lawfulness Commission (SILC) (Poland) • Workers Strikes of Jul – Aug 1980, General info, statements of support • YOUNG POLAND MOVEMENT

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with four tabs. • new tab: SWEDEN • V-Sweden General 1-1 • Scandinavian Migration and Ethnic Minority Review • SWEDEN: Ditlieb Felderer Case • SWEDEN. Fondation suediose pour les Droits d l’Homme. • V – Sweden Ministry of Foreign Affairs • SWEDEN The Swedish Institute Of International Affairs. • SWEDEN Swedish International Development Authority (SIDA) .. • SWEDEN Swedish Save The Children. • new tab: SWITZERLAND/LICHTENST. • SWITZERLAND: Newspaper clippings • SWITZERLAND. Nationale Schweizerische UNESCO-Kommission • SWITZERLAND. Comite Suisse Contre la Torture • new tab: TURKEY • TURKEY: general material • V-TURKEY – NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS • ARMENIAN ASSEMBLY: Turkey • V. TURKEY / ARMENIA ARMENIAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE • Comite du Kurdistan • Committee for Human Rights and Democracy in Turkey (USA) • TURKEY: Co-ordinative Committee for the Associations of Greeks from Constantinople • Dayanisama • TURKEY: EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT • Turkey: Hearings • TURKEY: COUNCIL OF EUROPE • TURKEY: The Human Rights Foundation of Turkey • TURKEY • INFO-TURK • TURKEY: ICFTU • Kurdistan Committee (Netherlands) • Turkey: KURDS • V-TURKEY/ARMENIA Natl Assn for Armenian Studies and Research • Committee in Solidarity with Peoples of Turkey (USA) • SOLIDARITY – DISK. • Turkish Peace Association • TURKISH TRADE UNION SUPPORT (USA) • new tab: United Kingdom • V-UNITED KINGDOM – GENERAL MATERIALS – 1 • V – UK – AGIN CAMPAIGN BULLETIN – 1 • V – UK AGIN CAMPAIGN – 1 • Action Group on Immigration and Nationality – AGIN • AMERICAN PROTESTANTS FOR TRUTH ABOUT IRELAND • U.K. Bloody Sunday Initiative • V.N. IRELAND: ARMAGH COORDINATING GROUP (UK) • BRITAIN AND IRELAND HUMAN RIGHTS PROJECT • BRITISH REFUGEE COUNCIL • V – BRITISH INSTITUTE OF HUMAN RIGHTS – 1 (UK) • BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION • (illegible) • UK: CAMPAIGN AGAINST ARMS TRADE • CHURCH OF ENGLAND, BOARD FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY • CHURCHES COMMISSION ON OVERSEAS STUDENTS • U.K. Commission for Racial Equality • V. –U.K.: UNITED KINGDOM COUNCIL FOR OVERSEAS STUDENT AFFAIRS • COUNCIL FOR ACADEMIC FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY • V – UK – HOWARD LEAGUE FOR PENAL REFORM – 1 • Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants • V-U.K. The Josephine Butler Society • JEWISH REFUGEES COMMITTEE • U.K. Justice . • LEGAL ACTION GROUP • MIGRANT SERVICES UNIT • V – UK WORLD Development Movement – 1 • UNITED KINGDOM. National Campaign for the Birmingham Six. • National Council for Civil Liberties • NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR THE WELFARE OF PRISONERS ABROAD • NATIONAL PEACE COUNCIL (UK)

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with two tabs. • new tab: W 24 • -W- • Rene V. L. Wadlow • TADEUSZ WALENDOWSKIA • WALL, JOSEPH • S.I. WANG • War/Watch Foundation • Warwickshire Humanist Group • STEVE WASBY • WASHINGTON CONFERENCE FOR SOVIET JEWRY • WASHINGTON COUNCIL OF AGENCIES • Washington Council of Lawyers • Washington Office on Africa Lockwood/Root • Washington Office on Haiti • WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA • Nepal • Washington Office on Latin America Board • Washington OFfice on Latin America Board • Washington Office on Latin America Board • (unlabeled) • WEEKLY READER • Weingartner, Marilyn • Warren Weinstein • Dick Weisfelder • WEISS • WEISSENBORN, Anne • STEVE WEISSMAN • GITA WELCH • WELLMAN • WERKGROEP KAIROS (Christians Against Apartheid) • Weschke, Dieter. • David Wessels • WEST AFRICA – C • West Papuan Observer • WEST PAPUAN OBSERVER – C • Western New York Lawyers Comm. for International Human Rights • Douglas Wheeler • WHEELER, ICGMP • Wheelock College • WHITAKER, BEN • WHITE, Richard • WHITE, Robert E. (Amb.) • WHITESIDE, ALAN • WIESNER, JEROME B. • C – Wilberforce Council for Human Rights • Margaret D. WILDE • Christian Wilhelm • Peter Willetts • William Penn House • Howard Williams • JOHN W. WILLIAMS • Wilson Center • WILSON-SRFATY, SHEILA • WIN MAGAZINE • WOMEN’S (Int’l Network ORGANIZATIONS ETC.) • WIN News (Fran P. Hosken) Women’s International Network • Robert G. Wirsting • WISCONSIN GREENS • WITHOUT PREJUDICE • Allan Wolfe • Miles Wolpin • WOMEN, LAW, AND DEVELOPMENT (Washington • C – Women’s Lawyer’s Association of Thailand • WOMEN, PUBLIC POLICY & DEVELOPMENT PROJECT… HUMPHREY INST.. • WOMEN”S ACTION GROUP ZIMBABWE • WOMEN”S CAMPAIGN FOR SOVIETY JEWRY (Leila Cumber) • WOMEN’S DEVELOPMENT COLLECTIVE • Women’s Institute for Freedom of the Press • WOMEN’S INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE FOR PEACE AND FREEDOM (PARIS) • Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (Geneva) • Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (U.S.) • Women’s International Tribune Centre • WOMEN’S LAW IN S. AFRICAN PROJECT • ILO – UN – UNESCO • Women’s Strike for Peace • Women’s Studies and Resource Center • WONG, MICHELE A. • Material for Warren WEINSTEIN • WORK FOR TOMORROW • WOODSTOCK THEOLOGICAL CENTRE • Woodrow Wilson Center • WORK IN PROGRESS • WORKING GROUP ON THE INTERNMENT OF DISSENTERS IN MENTAL HOSPITALS • C – WORLD ALLIANCE OF YMCA’s – 1 • World Association for Educational Research • World Association of World Federalists • World Campaign Against Military and Nuclear Collaboration in South Africa • WORLD CONFEDERATION OF LABOR • World Confederation of Organizations of the Teaching Profession • World Confederation of Teaching Profession • WORLD CONFERENCE ON RELIGION AND PEACE • WORLD CONGRESS OF FREE UKRAINIANS CANADA • WORLD CONGRESS OF HUNGARIANS IN FREE .. • WORLD CONSTITUTION AND PARLIAMENT ASSOCIATION • WCC HRs Adv. Group • WORLD HABEAUS CORPUS • WORLD HUNGER EDUCATION SERVICE (WHES) • World Jewish Center • WORLD MUSLIM CONGRESS • WORLD PEACE THROUGH LAW CENTER • INSTITUTE FOR WORLD ORDER (Saul Mendlovitz) • WORLD PRESS REVIEW • WORLD PRESS FREEDOM COMMITTEE • World Psychiatric Association • World Romani Congress • C- World Student Christian Federation – Asia Regional Office • World United Formosans for Independence • World View Publishers • World Without War Council • World Council of Indigenous Peoples • WORLD FEDERATION OF CATHOLIC YOUTH • World Federation of UN Associations Relations with UNESCO (Jon Alexander) • WORLD FREEDOM FOUNDATION • World Future Studies Federation • WORLD WITHOUT WAR COUNCIL LAURIE’S ADDRESS • WORLD WITHOUT WAR COUNCIL • WORLD YOUNG WOMEN”S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION (World YWCA) • Worldview • C. Claudidia Wright • Wright, Jaime • new tab: X-Y-Z 25 • -Y- • YALE JOURNAL OF INTERNAT’L LAW • YAMAZAKI, KOHSI • YI-CHINA MESSAGE • Yntema, Mary • Hayden Yorac • Young Lawyers International Assoc • Yoringblord, Robert • YOUNSI, SADEK • -Z- • Zagazig, Egypt • M. Zahir • ZAIRE BAR ASSOCIATION • USAiD ZAK • Dr. ZAMAN • ZAMBIA GENERAL • Zartman, William • ZED BOOKS • ZED PRESS

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with seven tabs. • V – NIGERIAN CIVIL WAR • V – NIGERIA – GENERAL MATERIALS – 1 • Constitutional Rights Project (CRP) Nigeria • Civil Liberties Organization • INSTITUTE OF HUMAN RIGHTS & HUMANITARIAN LAW • LEGAL RESEARCH AND RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT CENTRE (NIGERIA) • Mankind Survival Project, Nigeria • NIGERIAN BAR ASSOCIATION, HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE • Expulsion of Foreigners from Nigeria 1-2/83 • NIGERIAN INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED LEGAL STUDIES • V – NIGERIA THE NIGERIAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS • NIGERIA _- TRADE UNIONS • V- NIGERIA – LEGAL AID COUNCIL – 1 • Rights and Humanity: Nigeria Office (Legal Aid Clinic) • NIGERIA Legal Research and Resource Development Course • NIGERIA The Association of Trial Lawyers of Nigeria (A.T.L.N.). • new tab: RWANDA • V- RWANDA GENERAL MATERIALS • new tab: SAO TOME • V – Sao Tome and Principe General Materials • new tab: SENEGAL • SENEGAL Organisation Nationale des Droits de l’Homme (ONDH). • new tab: SEYCHELLES • new tab: SIERRA LEONE • SIERRA LEONE BAR ASSOCIATION • new tab: SOMALIA • V- SOMALIA GENERAL MATERIAL – 1 • Somali National Movement • (Somalia): Trade Union Bulletin • new tab: SOUTHERN + SOUTH AFRICA • SOUTHERN AFRICA – GENERAL MATERIAL • SOUTHERN AFRICA – RESOURCES, MISC. • SOUTHERN AFRICA Southern African Human Rights Foundation. • SOUTH AFRICA – ACRONYMS • V – SOUTH AFRICA – UN MATERIAL (CENTRE AGAINST APARTHEID, SPECIAL UNIT ON APARTHEID, SPEC. COMM. ON APART.ETC) – 1 • Ad Hoc Detention Action Committee (ADAC) (South Africa) • African-American Labor Center – South Africa • African National Congress (ANC) – South Africa • African people’s democratic union of southern Africa (natal) • Aida Parker Newsletter (USA) • Alliance of Black Reformed Christians in Southern Africa (ABRECSA) (So.Afr.) • American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport & Society (ACCESS) • Anti-Apartheid Bewegung (FRG) • Anti-Apartheid Movement (UK) • Association for Rural Advancement (AFRA) (South Africa • African National Congress, Women’s Section – South Africa • ASSOCIATION OF DEMOCRATIC JOURNALISTS (DURBAN) • Azania People’s Organisation (AZAPO) • Azania (South Africa) Liberation Support Committee (UK) • AZANIA STRUGGLE (newsletter, New Zealand) • Bill of Rights for South Africa Symposium, U. of Pretoria, May 1986 • Black Consciousness Movement of Azania • Black Lawyers Association (BLA) (South Africa) • Black Sash (South Africa) • Black Sash – old material on forced removals (see also TRAC) • Boycott Shell Campaign (United Mineworkers of America) (USA) • Campaign Against Investment in South Africa (CAISA) (USA) • SOUTH AFRICA. Catholic Institute of Education (C.I.E.) . • SOUTH AFRICA. Centre for Adult and Continuing Education (C.A.C.E.). • Centre for Applied Legal Studies (CALS) (South Africa) • Centre for Applied Social Sciences (South Africa) • SOUTH AFRICA. Centre for Development Studies (CDS). • Centre for Human Rights Studies, U. of Pretoria (South Africa) • Centre for Intergroup Studies (South Africa) • SOUTHERN AFRICA. Centre for Southern African Studies (C.S.A.S.). • Chicago Committee for the Liberation of Angola, Mozambique & Guinea (USA)

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with seven tabs. • new tab: TOGO • TOGO Association Pour La Promotion De L’Etat De (APED) • Commission Nationale des Droits de l’Homme (CNDH) (Togo) • LIGUE TOGOLAISE DES DROITS DE L’HOMME • Togo Bulletin (Togo Information Service, USA) • Trade Unions – Togo • new tab: TUNISIA • V – TUNISIA – GENERAL MATERIALS – 1 • LIGUE TUNISIENNE POUR LA DEFENSE DES DROITS DE L’HOMME/TUNISIAN LEAGUE FOR • V – Tunisia – Congressional Record Items – 1 • ASSOCIATION TUNI9SIENNE DES FEMMES DEMOCRATES (ATFD) • TUNISIA Union National Des Femmes De Tunise • new tab: UGANDA • UGANDA – GENERAL MATERIAL • UGANDA – GENERAL MATERIAL • UGANDA. Action for Development Spear House. • National Association of Women’s Organizations in Uganda • UGANDA. The Uganda Conference on Peace. • Uganda Human Rights League (USA) • V- UGANDA INFORMATION BULLETIN – 1 • V – Uganda National Liberation Front • new tab: WESTERN SAHARA • V – WESTERN SAHARA – GENERAL MATERIAL • WESTERN SAHARA Comite Suisse De Soutien Au Peuple Sahraoui • L’ASSOCIATION DES AMIS DE LA REPUBLIQUE ARABE SAHRAOUIE DEMOCRATIQUE –SAHARA INF • Polisario Office to the United Nations WESTERN SAHARA REPORT • Polisario Front Office: SADR Newsletter • Saharan People’s Support Committee, USA. SPSC Letter Western Sahara • V – WESTERN SAHARA – Portuguese Support Committee for the Polisario Front • Western Sahara Working Group, USA. WESTERN SAHARA (newsletter) • new tab: ZAIRE • V – ZAIRE – GENERAL MATERIAL – 1 • ZAIRE Msaada Association • V – zaire – newspaper items (leon dash series, Dec. – Jan. ’79-80) – 2 • V – ZAIRE – US HOUSE SUBCOMMITTEE ON AFRICA ( SPECIAL HEARINGS ON ZAIRE, 5 MARCH 1979) – 1 • V – ZAIRE – CONGOLESE CIVIL WAR – 1 • V- ZAIRE COMITE ZAIRE • LIGUE ZAIROISE DES DROITS DE L’HOMME/ ZAIREAN LEAGUE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS • V – ZAIRE – CENTRE DE RESEARCHE INTERDISCIPLINAIRE POUR LES PROM. ET LA PROT. DE D. H. EN AFRIQUE CENT. (CRIDHAC) – 1 • ZAIRE: UNION POUR LA DEMOCRATIE ET LE PROGRES SOCIAL (UDPS) • ZAIRE. Volontaires Unis dans l’Action pour le Developpement. (VUAPROD) • V – ZAIRE – LAWYERS – 1 • new tab: ZAMBIA • V – ZAMBIA – GENERAL MATERIAL – 1 • Catholic Commission of Peace & Justice (Zambia) • LAW ASSOCIATION OF ZAMBIA • Munthila Kubili Agric-Project Zambia • National Women’s Lobby Group Zambia • NGO COORDINATING COMMITTEE OF ZAMBIA • Zambia Association for Research and Development • new tab: ZIMBABWE • V – ZIMBABWE – GENERAL MATERIAL – 1 • ZIMBABWE Bulawayo Legal Projects Centre. • CATHOLIC COMMISSION FOR JUSTICE & PEACE IN ZIMBABWE • LEGAL RESOURCES FOUNDATION (LRF) (ZIMBABWE) • MOTO • ZIMBABWE. Musasa Project, English, Shona, Ndebele. • National Assn of Non-Governmental Orgs (NANGO), Zimbabwe • National Council of Disabled Persons of Zimbabwe • ZIMBABWE Popular History Trust • Training Aids Development Group (TADG) (Zimbabwe) • Zimbabwe. Ministry of Community and Women’s Affairs • Zimbabwe Women’s Resource Centre & Network

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with fourteen tabs. • Union of Councils for Soviet Jews • UNION OF COUNCILS FOR SOVIET JEWS • WASHINGTON COMMITTEE FOR SOVIET JEWRY • Women’s Campaign for Soviet Jewry • new tab: EUROPE • V – WEST EUROPE – ASSORTED GENERAL MATERIALS – 1 • V – EUROPE – COUNCIL OF EUROPE – 1 • V – WEST EUROPE – NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS GENERAL – 1 • Congress of European Nationalities • V – WE – EUROPEAN CONFERENCE JUSTICE AND PEACE CONTINUITY COMMITTEE – 1 • V – Europe – European Commission on Human Rights – Gen. • EUROPE European Centre for Human Rights Education. • V.-W. EUROPE- EUROPEAN HUMAN RIGHTS REPORTS (UK) • European Parliament • V-Europe Quaker Council for E. Affairs – 1 • FEDERAL UNION of European nationalities (FUIN) • new tab: AUSTRIA • AUSTRIA: Newspaper Clippings • AUSTRIA. Autonomes Frauenzentrum, Linz • BELGIUM. Kommissie Rechtvaardigheid en Vrede • AUSTRIA. Ludwig Boltzmann Institut fur Menschenrechte • OSTERREICHISCHES INSTITUT FUR MENSCHENRECHTE / AUSTRIA • new tab: BELGIUM • BELGIUM: Newspaper clippings • new tab: DENMARK • DENMARK GENERAL FILE • DENMARK Danish Center Of Human Rights • OASIS • DENMARK National Organisation For Gays And Lesbians. • new tab: FINLAND • ABO AKADEMI – INSTITUTE FOR HUMANITIES – FINLAND • FINLAND Peace Education Institute • FINLAND Institute For Human Rights. • new tab: FRANCE • FRANCE – NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS • FRANCE. Associations Europeenne contre les Violences faites aux Femmes au Travail • FRANCE. Centre d’etudes et de recherches sur les refugies et le droit d’asile (CEDRA). • Commission Francaise Justice et Paix. • Centre International des Arocats de Strasbourg pour les Droits de l’Homme (CIAS) • FRANCE TERRE D’ASILE (FTDA) • FRANCE. Fondation Danielle Miterrand. • FRANEC. Institut de formation en droits de l’homme du Barreau de Paris • FRANCE La LIGUE Des Droits De L’HOMME. • new tab: West Germany • V – WEST GERMANY – NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS – 1 • V – WEST GERMANY – ASSORTED GENERAL MATERIALS – 1 • GERMANY. Berliner Institut fur Vergleichende Sozialforschung. • HUMANISTISCHE UNION • new tab: GREECE • V – GREECE – NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS – 1 • V – GREECE – GENERAL MATERIALS – 1 • new tab: CYPRUS • CYPRUS – Newspaper Clippings • C – VYPRUS – GENERAL MATERIAL – 1 • THE CYPRUS OBSERVER (USA) • INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROTECTION OF H.R. IN CYPRUS • V – CYPRUS – PANCYPRIAN ASSN. for H/R – 1 • Romano Kongreso (Greece) • new tab: ITALY • V – ITALY – NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS – 1 • ITALY: General material • V – Italy – Organizations – 1 • new tab: MALTA • HUMAN RIGHTS GROUP • Malta General • Malta: Newspaper Clippings • new tab: NETHERLANDS • V NETHERLANDS – GENERAL MATERIALS – 1 • D • NETHERLANDS Netherlands Institute Of Human Rights. • NETHERLAND Nederlands Juristen Comite Voor De Mensenrechten • VLUCHTELINGENWERK • new tab: NORWAY • V – NORWAY – GENERAL MATERIALS – 1 • NORWAY: Newspaper Clippings • Norgeweian Helsinki Committee • NORWAY Initiativ For Funksjonshemmede. • new tab: SPAIN/PORTUGAL • V – SPAIN – NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS • SPAIN: General Materials • V – PORTUGAL PORTUGUESE STUDIES NEWSLETTER – 1 • Asociacion Pro Derechos Humanos – Spain. • Robert F. Drinian Human Rights Information Center • V – PORTUGAL – NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS – 1

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with three tabs. • new tab: D 4 • – D – • Anthony d’Amato • D’HONDT • DAG HAMMARSKJOLD FOUNDATION • AMBASSADOR OHLE DAHLEN • DALIT VOICE • DANGANO, JOHN • DANISH REFUGEE COUNCIL (DANSK FLYGTNINGEHJAELP) • KAMLESHWAR DAS • SAMUEL, DASH • DATA CENTER • MAUREEN DAVIES • DAVIS AGENCY OF LONDON • DAYEMI COMPLEX BANGLADESH • DDR – KOMITTEE FUR MENSCHENRECHTE • Marlene de Nardo • E.A.G.DE SILVA • DE SOOS, HENRI • DECLARATION DE BERNE • DR. DENISE DECKER • RALSTON H. DEFFENBAUGH, JR. • CONNIE DE LA VEGA • DELGADO FIALLOS, ANIBAL • DELHI FORUM FOR CHRISTIAN CONCERN • DELOS • DEMOCRACY INTERNATIONAL • DEMOCRATIC ACTION PARTY (Malaysia) • DEMOCRATIC LAWYERS ASSOCIATION • DEMOCRATIC SOCIALIST ORGANIZING • DENALI PRESS • DENMARK: MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS • DENUNCIA • DENVER AREA JUSTICE AND PEACE COMMITTEE • DERIAN PATT • ALAN DERSHOWITZ • DESSOUKI, ALI.E. • DETAINEES TASK FORCE • DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION CENTER (CANADA) • DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION EXCHANGE • DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION MEDIA SERVICES • DR. SHIRLEY DEWITT • DIALOGO SOCIAL • DICK, JUDITH • DIEZ CANSECO, JAVIER • MEHMET ALI DIKERDEN • Dimitriadis • YORAM DINSTEIN • DIOKNO, JOSE W. • DIRECTORY OF SOCIAL CHANGE • DISABLED PEOPLE”S INTERNATIONAL • DISKIN, MARTIN • displaced persons centre –c • DIXON • JURIJ DOBCZANSKY • C –DOBRIN, LYNN – 1 • Documentation Centre for Action Groups in Asia (DAGA) • (illegible) • SENATOR CHRISTOPHER DODD • NINA DODGE • WILLIAM DOMHOFF • DOMINICA ASSOC. OF WORLD AFFAIRS • DONNELLY JACK • GEORGETTE DORN • NORMAN DORSEN • DOS SANTOS, THEOTOIO • WILLIAM T. DOWNS • DOWTY, ALAN • DOZIER, GARRINGTON • June T. Dreyer • DRINAN ROB.T (FR) • DRITTE WELT HAUS E. V. BIELEFELD • DRUKE, LUISE • Dubska – Mlynarova • Ivo Duchacek • DUECK, JUDITH • Duffy, Peter • Dugard – Witwatersrand • CAILOS DUNSHEE DE ABRANCHES • P.M. DUPUY • DURFEE AWARDS • DUTCH ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON HR • DZOBO, AMA • new tab: E 5 • - E - • EAST EUROPE: GENERAL • EAST TIMOR: GENERAL • East Timor Human RIghts Committee –C • EAST TIMOR NEWS AGENCY • EAST TIMOR RESEARCH & INFORMATION PROJECT (Arnold Kohen) • EAST WATCH INTERNATIONAL • EASTERN WORKER –C • John Ebiasah • ECO-ANDES • C-1 ECONOMIA Y DESARROLLO • Ecuador – General • ECUMENICAL CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT • ECUMENICAL COALITION ON THIRD WORLD • ECUMENICAL COMMISSION FOR CHURCH +SOCIATY IN THE EROPEAN COMMUNITY • ECUMENICAL COMMITTEE ON THE ANDES • C-ECUMENICAL COMMITTEE ON TOURISM CONCERNS • ECUMENICAL FORUM OF CANADA • ECUMENICAL INSTITUTE FOR THEOLOGICAL RESEARCH (ISRAEL) • ECUMENICAL PARTERNSHIP FOR INTERNATIONAL CONCERNS-PHILIPPINES • C – ECUMENICAL PROJECT FOR INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION • EDELSTEIN, VERONA • EDICIONES CUBANAS • EDICIONES PENSAMIENTO CRITICO • EDUCATION AND INFORMATION SERVICES • EDUCATION FOR JUSTICE • DAVID EDWARDS • EDWARDS, R. RANDLE • EELAM TAMILS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA • EGLISI • EGYPT GENERAL • EHRENBERH, JOHN • MICHELE EINHORN • Janet Eisen • ROBERTO EISENMAN • EL SALVADOR: GENERAL • RIAH ABU EL-ASSAI • C-1EL SALVADOR COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS • EL SALVADOR COMMITTEE FOR H.R. U.R. • ELAHI, MARYAM • ELBARKY, MOHAMED M. • ELEANOR ROOSEVELT CENTER AT VAL-KILL • EL. GABRI, HATEM H. • DR. J.E. ELLEMERS • ELLINWOOD MALATE CHURCH • mark elliott • ELLSWORTH, WHITNEY • ELTA (SUPREME COMMITTEE FOR THE LIBERATION OF LITHUANIA) • EMBASSY OF ISRAEL • EMBASSY OF THE HASHEMITE KINGDOM OF JORDAN • EMERGENCY COMMITTEE FOR THE DEFENSE OF DEM. & HR IN IRAN –C • EMERGENCY COMMITTEE TO DEFEND CHILEAN HEALTH WORKERS • EMORY UNIVERSITY • ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITTANICA • END LOANS TO SOUTHERN AFRICA • Martin Ennals • ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ISNTITUTE • E.P.I.C.A. • Episcopal Churchmen for South Africa • EPISCOPAL COMMISSION FOR TRIBAL FILIPINOS • EQUATIONS • EQUIPMENT INFORMATION • ERITREA SUPPORT COMMITTEE • ESTONIAN AMERICAN NATIONAL COUNCIL • ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY INSTITUTE • ESTONIAN DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT • ETHICAL HUMANIST SOCIETY -- ARTHUR DOBRIN • Ethiopia – general • Ethiopia (General) – Peters’ Case • ETHIOPIAN NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THE BLIND • EUROPAISCHE HELSINKI GRUPPES • EUROPEAN COMMISSION OF HUMAN RIGHTS • European Community Information Service • EUROPEAN CONSULTATION ON REFUGEES AND EXILES • EUROPEAN CO-OPERATIVE LONGO MAI • EUROPEAN CULTURAL FOUNDATION • EUROPEAN LAW CENTRE, LFD. • european nuclear disarmament (london) • european parliament socialist group • EUROPEAN REGIONAL AFFAIRS MAGAZINE • EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE (EUI) • BILL EVAN, U OF PENN CONF. • GODRON EVANS – UNA • EXPERIMENT IN INTERNATIONAL LIVING • EXXON EDUCATION FOUNDATION • GAYIM EYASSU • Gertrude Ezorsky • new tab: F 6 • FACE TO FACE • PATRICIA WEISS FAGEN • RICHARD FALK • IBHRAHIMA FALL • FAMILIES OF VICTIMS OF INVOLUNTARY DISAPPEARANCE • INGER FANIARDER • Tom Farer • FATEMI, SARIBORZ • FARREN, SEAN • FEDERAL UNION OF EUROPEAN NATIONALITLES (FUEN) • FEDERATION INTLE DES EDITEURS DE J. • FEDERATION OF AMERICAN SCIENTISTS • FEDERATION OF ASIAN BISHOPS CONFERENCES (FABC) • FEDERATION OF HUNGARIAN FORMER POLITICAL PRISONERS • FEDERATION OF UNITED KINGDOM & EIRE ….. (FUEMSSO) DEFUNCT • Joel Feinberg • FEINRIDIDER, MARTIN • FELLOWSHIP COMMISSION • Fellowship of Reconciliation • FERGUSON • FERREIRA, JUAN (URUGUAY) • FERRIS, ELIZABETH • FERRY, CAROL & PING • FICHEL, JEFF • JOEL, ANALY FILARTIGA • FILIPINO LAWYERS’ COMMITTEE • FILIPINO PEOPLE’COMMITTEE FOR THE PERMANENT PEOPLES TRIBUNAL • C- JIM FINE • HARVEY FINEBERG • FINLAND • FINNISH NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR UNESCO • Firmes SECRETARIADO DE RALACIONES EXTERIORES • RUTH FIRST • FIRST ASSEMBLY OF THE FOORTH WORLD • DR. DANA FISCHER • FITZGERALD, AQUILLA • MILES FITZPATRICK • ROBERT B. FITZPATRICK • FIVE COLLEGE PROGRAM IN PEACE & WORLD SECURITY STUDIES • FLETCHER, IAN • CEES FLINTERMAN • FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY • Foreign Policy Association • FORMOSA WEEKLY • Formosan Association for Human Rights • FORMOSAN ASSN. FOR PUBLIC AFFAIRS • FORTUNE SYSTEMS CORPORATION • FORUM FOR CIVIL RIGMIS AND LIBERTIES • FORUM FOR RURAL CONCERNS / PHILIPPINES • FOUNDATIONS FOR ABORIGINAL AND ISLANDER RESEARCH ACTION • FOUNDATION FOR LEGAL AID IN CHILE • FOUNDATION FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A WORLD CRIMINAL COURT • FOUNDATION FOR THE PEOPLES OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC • FOUNDATION LIBERTE-EGALITE-FRATERNITE • FOUNDATION WORKGROUP INDIAN PEOPLE • FOUR ARROWS • FOURTH WORLD NEWS • FOCUS ON HUMAN RIGHT • FONDATION PAV / FRANCE • FONDATION POUR UNE ENTRAIDE INTELLECTUELLE EUROPEENNE • FOOD MONITOR • FOR THOSE WHO HAVE LESS • FOREIGN & INTERNATIONAL BOOK CO. • NIVES FOX • FRANCE: GENERAL • Thomas Franck • FRANKE TERRE DASILE • ARVONNE FRASER • Rep. Donald Fraser • (unlabeled) • FREE PRESS • FREE ROMANIA PRESS • FREE UNIVERSITY PROJECT • FREE WALLENBERG COMMITTEE • FREEDOM COMMUNICATIONS INTERNATIONAL • FREEDOM FIRST • Freedom of Faith • FREEDOM OF INFORMATION CENTER • Paul Frelick • FRENCH GOVERNMENT • Robert Friedlander • JULIAN FRIEDMAN

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • Batcher, Golar • Bystricky, - R. • A – CBS News • CALLEN, Earl • CAMERON, Brude • CAMP-G • CAMPBELL, ARTHUR • CAMUS, ALBERT • CANTWELL, Nigel • A Caplow, Theodore • CARATAO Reynaldo R. • A- Cardozo, Michael • A-Carey, John • Carleton, David + Stohl, Michael • Bo CARLSSON • CARNOY • A – CARSTENSEN – Sally • CARTER, MARSHALL • CASALDALIGA, Pedro • CASSESE, Antonio • CASSIN, Rene • A – Castberg, Frede • CATAO, Francisco • CERNA, Christina • A-Chagnon, Jacqui • Chaldize V.N. • Saneh Chamarik • A Chandra R. • A Chang, Parris • A – Chapman, Wm • CHARNEY, Israel W. • A – Chaszar, E. – 1 • Chayes, Abrahm • A – Chilcote, Ronald H. • A – Chomsky, Noam • A – Chopra, Shambhu • M. CHOUMET • Chowdhury, A.H. • CHRISTIANSEN • CHRISTOPHER, Warren • Clark, Roger S. • A – Clark, Stanley • A – Clarke, Thomas, S.J • R. Claude #1-5 • A – CLAUDE, Richard #6 • A Clavell, Jean-Pierre • CLEVELAND, HARLAN • A – COAN, Eugene • A- Cobbe, James H. • COHEN, BARRY M. • A – Cohen, Carolyn • Cohen, Cynthia P. • Cohen, Cynthia P. • COHEN, ESTHER R. • A – Cohen, Jerome. • Cohen, Roberta • COHEN, ROBERTA • A – COHEN, Ronald • A – COHEN, Stephen

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with one tab. • new tab: ARGENTINA • ARGENTINA: GENERAL ARGENTINA • ARGENTINA GENERAL – 2 ARGENTINA • ARGENTINA GENERAL – Congressional Record & some clippings • ARGENTINA GENERAL: PRESS CLIPPINGS Argentina • ARGENTINA GENERAL CONFERENCES, 1979-80 – WOLA Argentina • ARGENTINA GENERAL – Documents on Disappearances • ARGENTINA GENERAL – Defunct orgs. • ARGENTINA – GENERAL TRADE UNION RIGHTS • ARGENTINA: Files of Sen. Abourezk: 1970s Argentina • ARGENTINA – GENERAL TIMMERMAN • ARGENTINA. Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo. • ARGENTINE COMMISSION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (1970s) Argentina • ARGENTINE INFORMATION SERVICE CENTER (AISC) USA • Asamblea Permanentee por los Derechos Humanos – APDH • Asociacion Argentina de Filosofia del Derecho – AAFD • ASOCIACION ARGENTINA DE MUJERES DE CARRERAS JURIDICAS • BAY AREA PROGRAM FOR ARGENTINE REFUGEES Argentina • CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS SOCIALES Y LEGALES (CELS) – Argentina • CELS – 3 Argentina • CELS – 2 Fiched 1980-1981 Argentina • CENTRO KOLLA • COMITE ECUATORIANO DE SOLIDARIDAD CON EL PUEBLO ARGENTINO – 1978/1980 • COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN ARGENT. UK – Argentina • COMMISSION ARGENTINE DES DROITS DE L’HOMMES (CADHU) 1977-1981 • COMMUNIDAD HOMOSEXUAL ARGENTINA • EQUIPO ARGENTINO DE ANTROPOLOGIA FORENSE “EAAF” • FAMILIARES DE DESAPARECIDOS Y DETENIDOS POR RAZONES POLITICAS (Argentina) • GROUP FOR THE DEFENSE OF CIVIL RIGHTS IN ARGENTINA : CANADA/ARGENTINA BULL. • GRUPO DE VOLUNTARIOS DE PROTECCION AL ABORIGEN – Argentina 84 • INSTITUTO DE ESTUDIOS JURIDICOS Y SOCIALES DE LA MUJER (INDESO-MUJER) • LABORATORIO DE DERECHOS HUMANOS • LIGA ARGENTINA POR LOS DERECHOS DEL HOMBRE – Argentina • MADRES DE PLAZA DE MAYO LINEA FUNDADORA • MOVIMIENTO ECUMENICO POR LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS • MOVIMIENTO SOLIDARIO DE SALUD MENTAL (MSSM) ARGENTINA • ORGANIZATION FOR CHRISTIAN ACTION ON ARGENTINA • Servicio Paz y Justicia SERPAJ – ARGENTINA

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with nineteen tabs. • new tab: BENIN • V – BENIN General Materials • new tab: BOTSWANA • Botswana – General Materials • Ditschwanelo: The Botswana Centre for Human Rights • new tab: BURKINA FASO • BURKINA FASO. Groupe de Recherche d’Etudes et de Formation “Femmes – Action” (GREFFA). • BURKINA FASO Ligue Burkinabe Des Droits De L’Homme Et Des Peuples. • National Committee to Fight Against the Practice of Excision (Burkina Faso) • new tab: BURUNDI • V – BURUNDI – GENERAL MATERIAL – 1 • V – BURUNDI – NEWSPAPER ITEMS -1 • MASSACRES IN BURUNDI 1973 • Association pour la promotion et protection de la liberte d’expression (Burundi) • Association pour la Promotion des Groupes Defavorises (Burundi) • BURUNDI. Centre de Promotion des Droits de l’Homme. • BURUNDI: Mouvement des Etudiants Progression Burundi (MEPROBA) • new tab: CAMEROON • Cameroon – Organizations • V – Cameroon – general materials • Cameroon Monitor • CAMEROON. Committee for Human Rights in Cameroon (C.H.R.C.). • new tab: CAPE VERDE • V – CAPE VERDE – GENERAL MATERIAL -1 • V – CAPE VERDE – NEWSPAPER ITEMS – 1 • V – CAPE VERDE – AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR CAPE VERDE (TCHUBA NEWSLETTER) -1 • new tab: CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC • Central African Republic – General • new tab: CHAD • V – CHAD – GENERAL MATERIAL – 1 • new tab: COMOROS • COMOROS – General Material • new tab: CONGO • Observatoire Congolaise des droits de l’homme (Congo) • new tab: Djibouti • Djibouti Relief Association • new tab: EQUATORIAL GUINEA • V – EQUATORIAL GUINEA – GENERAL MATERIAL – 1 • V – EQUATORIAL GUINEA – GENERAL MATERIAL (BISHOP RAFAEL NZE ABUY) – 2 • V – EQUATORIAL GUINEA – ASSOCIATION OF FRIENDS OF EQUATORIAL GUINEA (ASODAGE) – 1 • V – EQUATORIAL GUINEA – FRIENDS OF EQUATORIAL GUINEA REFUGEES – 1 • V – EQUATORIAL GUINEA – NATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR DEMOCRATIC RESTORATION – 1 • new tab: ERITREA • ERITREA – GENERAL MATERIAL • ERITREA – NEWSCLIPPINGS • Eritrean People’s Liberation Front (EPLF) (USA/Italy) • Eritrea Support Committee (project of Rights & Justice) (UK) • Eritrean Liberation Front (ELF) (Lebanon) • Eritrean Relief Association (ERA) (Sudan) • Eritrean Relief Committee (ERC) (USA) • ERITREA Eritrean Relief Assoc. In Canada. • National Union of Eritrean Women (Italy/USA) • Research and Information Centre on Eritrea (RICE) (Italy) SEE SHELVES • new tab: ETHIOPIA • Ethiopia • Action Professionals’ Assoc for People (APAP), Ethiopia • African Network for the Prevention of and Protection Against Child Abuse ETHIOPIA CHAPTER • V – ETHIOPIA – GENERAL MATERIAL • American Association of American Jews – Ethiopia • Anti-Red Terror Committee (Ethiopia) • V – Ethiopia – Canadian Association For Ethiopian Jews • Center for Research, Training & Info on Women (CERTWID), Ethiopia • Citizens Committee for Economic Rights (Ethiopia) • Democratic Assn of Tigrean Women Ethiopia • Ethiopian Congress for Democracy A-Bu-Gi-Da • Ethiopian Women for Peace, Dvlpmnt anD Humanitarian Aid (EWPDHA) – USA • V – Ethiopia – Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia – 1 • Ethiopian National Association for the Blind. Ethiopia • Office of the Special Prosecutor ((Ethiopia) • Research and Documentation Center (RDC), Eritrea • Ethiopia: Trade Unions • V – ETHIOPIA – ETHIOPIAN WOMENS’ WELFARE ASSOCIATION – 1 • new tab: GABON • V – Gabon – General Materials • new tab: GAMBIA • (unlabeled) • Gambia: Trade Unions • new tab: GHANA • THE GHANIAN BAR ASSOCIATION • V – GHANA – GENERAL MATERIAL – 1 • general: INFO FOR ALWYERS GHANA • V – GHANA CAMPAIGN FOR DEMOCRACY • Ghana: Trade Unions • new tab: GUINEA • V – GUINEA – GENERAL MATERIAL – 1 • Organisation Guineene de defense des droits de l’homme • new tab: GUINEA-BISSAU • V – Guinea Bissau – Newspaper Items – 1 • GUINEA BISSAU Programa E Estatutos Da Resistencia Da Guine-Bissau Movimento Bafa • new tab: HORN OF AFRICA • V – HORN OF AFRICA – GENERAL MATERIAL – 1 • Euro Action-Accord Seminar on Refugees in the Horn (11/82) V – Horn of Africa

334

Subject files 

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • Zentralen Dokumentationsscelle der freien Wohlfahrtspflege fur Fluchtlinge • GRAHAM ZELLICK • ZERUI, LI • ZIMBABWE: GENERAL • Zimbabwe Catholic Justice and Peace Commission • Zimbabwe Christian Council • ZITULLO, ANITA • Zoe-Obianga, rose • Zululand Churches Health + Welfare Assoc. • Zwick, Jim • Eddison Zvobgo • Jacques Zylberger • GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE • General • CORRESPONDENCE ON EAST EUROPEAN DIR • EAST EUROPE: ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPTS • EASTERN EUROPE: GENERAL INFO (From Ford – Conf.) • ISA Washington Panels on HR • Exxon Project – 1988 • Internet Correspondence 1978 (Nov-Dec) • Internet Correspondence General 1976-1977 • ABC-CLIO • ABORIGINAL LAND RIGHTS SUPPORT GRP • Aboriginal Legal Service LTD. (Australia) • Sen. James Abourezk • ABUELAS DE PLAZA DE MAYO • ACADEMIA DE HUMANISMO CRISTIANO • ACADEMIA MEXICANA DE DERECHOS HUMANOS • ACADEMY ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND PEACE • ACCOUNT – C • ACTION FOR WORLD DEVELOPMENT/AUSTRAL • ACTION GROUP ON IMMIGR & NATIONALITY • Ad Hoc Committee on Human Rights and Genocide Treaties • AD HOC MONITORING GROUP ON SOUTH AFRICA • C – A. D. Publications • ADAMS, BARBARA • ADHIKAR TRUST BANGLADESH • Aesculapius Intl Medicine • AFGHANISTAN GENERAL • Afghan Information & Doc Center • Afghan Refugee Information Network – C • AFL-CIO • AFRICA: GENERAL • AFRICA CONFIDENTIAL • AFRICA INFORMATION CENTER _ NEW ZEAL. • AFRICA, NORTH – GENERAL • AFRICA PERSPECTIVE • AFRICA REPORT • AFRICA RESEARCH & INFO PROJECT • AFRICAN (CARIBBEAN) IMPRINT LIBRARY SERVICES • AFRICAN RESEARCH AND COMMUNICATIONS • AFRICAN AMERICAN INSTITUTE • AFRICAN AMERICAN LABOR CENTER • AFRICAN BAR ASSOCIATION • AFRICAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE • African human Rights Research Assoc. (AHRA) • AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS • AFRICAN NATIONAL CONG. WOMEN’S SECTION • AFRICAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION • AFRO-ASIAN PEOPLES’ SOLIDARITY ORG • AGENCE LATINO-AMERICAINE D’INFORMATION • AGENCIA PERIODISTICA DE INFORMACION ALTERNATIVA, Mexico • Bob Agger • AKINLA, DELE • AKINOLA, Miss Tokunbo • AKPAN, Moses • AKWESASNE NOTES: MOHAWK NATION • AL-AWADI, Dr. Badria • AL-BAKRY, MOHAMED MOKBEL • ALBANIAN CATHOLIC INFORMATION CENTER • William Alexander • ALEXANDRA HEALTH CENTRE & UNIVERSITY CLINIC • Chad Alger (and Elinor Alger) • AL-HAQ – LAW IN THE SERVICE OF MAN • ALL AFRICA CONFERENCE OF CHURCHES • ALL Indian Pueblo Council, INC. – C • ALLIANCE FOR JUSTICE (WASHINGTON (D.C.) • Alliance of Concerned Artists for Human Rights –C • ALLIANCE OF NGOS IN CRIME PREVENTION • Alternatives • ALVAREZ, Roberto • AMERICA • AMERICA-LATINA • AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SC. • AMERICAN ACDEMY OF PSYCHIATRY & LAW • American-Arab Affairs Council • American-Arab Anti-Discrimination League • American Assocation for Ethiopian Jews – C • AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ABOLITION OF INVOLUNTARY HOSPITALIZATION • AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION • AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION – Correspondents Network • American Bar Association, Nation of Concerned Correspondent • AMERICAN BIBLIOGRAPHIC CENTER • American Christians for the Abolition of Torture • American Civil Liberties Union • AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES (ACULU) FOUNDATION • AMERICAN COMMITTEE ON AFRICA • AMERICAN COMM ON EAST-WEST ACCORD • American Psychiatric Association • AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION • AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION • AMERICAN SEPHARDI FEDERATION • AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS • AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSN. • The AMERICAN UNIVERSITY WASHINGTON • Americans for Democratic Action • AMERICANS FOR JUSTICE IN THE MIDDLE EAST • AMERICANS FOR MIDDLE EAST UNDERSTANDING • AMERICANS FOR PROGRESSIVE ISRAEL • AMERICANS FOR SOVIET MUSLIM RIGHTS • AMERICAS WATCH • AMERICAN COMMITTEE ON THE FRENCH REVOLUTION • AMERICAN COPTIC ASSOC. CHRISTIANS OF EGYPT • American Council for Nationalities Service • AMERICAN COUNCIL OF VOLUNTARY AGENCIES • AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATION • AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE • AMERICAN INSTITUTE FOR FREE LABOR DEVELOPMENT (AFL-CIO) • AMERICAN ISRAELI CIVIL LIBERTIES COALITION • American Jewish Congress • AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION • AMERICAN LATVIAN ASSOCIATION IN THE UNITED STATES • American Mathematical Society. Human Rights Committee • AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOCIETY • AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOC. • American Protestants for truth About Ireland • AI – CLEARING HOUSE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION (W. GERMANY) • Amnesty Intl – French Section • Amnesty Int’l – German Sect. • Amnesty Intl – Indian Section • AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL – OTHER COUNTRIES • AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL – SENEGAL • Amnesty Intl – Sweden • AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL – USA. Boston • AI-USA MEDICAL CAPACITY COMMITTEE • AIUSA – HEALTH PROFESSIONAL NETWORK • AMORA, Norberto • Andemicael, Berhanykun • TROND ANDERSEN • HELEN ANDREWS • ANDRYSEK, Oldrich • ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA • ANGOLAN COUNCIL OF CHURCHES • ANN FRANK FOUNDATION • ANTHROPOLOGY RESOURCE CENTER • ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE • ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY • ANTI-TORTURE RESEARCH • ANTIOCH LAW JOURNAL • AQUINO, Belina • ARAB ORGANIZATION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS • ARBEITSGRUPPE MENSCHENRECHTE • ARCHIPELIGO MUNDI • ARGENTINA: CASE OF QUIROGA LUCERO • Argentine Information Service Center (AISC)

335

Publications, correspondence, fliers, press releases, newsletters 1977-2000 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Israel, Palestine, various

Mediums / types include: Reports, newsletters, fliers, publications, correspondence, press releases

Societies / major themes include: Human rights abuses in Israel/Palestine, Arab-American advocacy, progressive Judaism; International Commission of Jurists, Al-Haq (various publications, reports, correspondence, faxes, info sheets); Various Middle East NGO's publications, fliers and correspondence with HRI

Periodicals: New Outlook: Middle East Monthly, 1977-83: Vol. 20, no. 8; Vol. 21, no. 6; Vol. 22, no's 5-6, 8; Vol. 23, no's 1-6, 8; Vol. 24, no's 1-10; Vol. 25, no's 2-8; Vol. 26, no's 1-4

336

Newsletters, publications 1978-1995 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Israel, Palestine, various

Mediums / types include: Newsletters, publications

Societies / major themes include: Human rights abuses in Israel/Palestine, Arab-American advocacy; American Near East Refugee Aid (ANERA); Association of Arab-American University Graduates, Inc. (AAUG); Institute for Women's Studies in the Arab World

Periodicals: Association of Arab-American University Graduates, Inc. Mideast Monitor, 1985-88: Vol. 2, no. 4; Vol. 5, no. 2 Association of Arab-American University Graduates, Inc. Newsletter, 1980-93: Vol. 13, no. 4; Vol. 14, no's 1, 3-5; Vol. 15, no's 1-2, 4; Vol. 16, no's 1-6; Vol. 17, no's 1-4; Vol. 18, no's 1-3; Vol. 19, no's 1-2; Vol. 20, no's 1-4; Vol. 21, no's 1-2; Vol. 22, no. 1; Vol. 24, no. 3 Association of Arab-American University Graduates, Inc. and the Institute of Arab Studies: Arab Studies Quarterly, 1980-93: Vol. 2, no's 3-4; Vol. 3, no's 1-4; Vol. 4, no's 1-4; Vol. 5, no's 1-3; Vol. 6, no's 1-4; Vol. 7, no's 1-4; Vol. 8, no's 2, 4; Vol. 9, no's 1-4; Vol. 10, no's 1-4; Vol. 11, 2-4; Vol. 12, no's 1-4; Vol. 13, no's 1-4; Vol. 14, no's 1-4; Vol. 15, no's 1-2 Institute for Women's Studies in the Arab World: Al-Raida, 1978-95: No's 4, 20-51, 54-69

337

Bulletins, newsletters, reports, meeting minutes, conference proceedings, statements 1978-2000 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Israel, Palestine, Iraq, various

Mediums / types include: Bulletins, newsletters, reports, meeting minutes, conference proceedings, statements

Societies / major themes include: Human rights abuses in Israel/Palestine, human rights abuses in Iraq, Persian Gulf War; various publications of Arab Association for Human Rights (HRA); International Centre for Trade Union Rights report on huamn rights abuses in Kuwait since 1990; Center for Constitutional Rights, "Khader v. United States"; Middle East Council of Churches (MECC) Dossier on the Gulf Crisis; The Human Rights Research Foundation: Gulf War Aftermath; United Nations Association in Canada, "Lessons from the Gulf War"; Political Ecology Group, "War in the Gulf: An Environmental Perspective"; Amnesty International Press releases on Gulf Crisis; Middle East Watch;The Suouth African Instiitute of International Affairs;Proyecto Caribeno de Justicia y Paz; Quaker Middle East Representatives, "The Madrid Conference: Foundations for Arab-Israeli Peace Negotations"; AMIDEAST, various reports on draft for Arab Charter on Human Rights, 1987; ADL, "The Path to Normalcy: The Evolution of Israeli-Jordanian Relations 1948-1994"; International Labour Office, "Migrant workers affected by the Gulf crisis"; Refugee Studies Programme, University of Oxford: various papers on Gulf Crisis, 1990; Statement of Princeton N. Lyman on Gulf crisis, 1990; United Nations Expert Group Meeting on International Migration Policies and the Status of Female Migrants; Women Living Under Muslim Laws; Physicians for Human Rights; U.S. Committee for Refugees; International Confederation of Free Trade Unions; The Population Council, 1980; Women for Women Political Prisoners; Harvard International Law Journal, excerpt

Periodicals: Americans For Justice in the Middle East, AJME News, 1978-91: Vol. 4, no's 1-4; Vol. 5, no's 1-17; Vol. 6, no's 1-11; Vol. 7, no's 1-6; Vol. 8, no's 1-8; Vol. 9, no's 1-5; Vol. 10, no's 1-7; Vol. 11, no's 1-8; Vol. 12, no's 1-8; Vol. 13, no's 1-8; Vol. 14, no's 1-8; Vol. 15, no's 1-5; Vol. 16, no's 1-4

American Academic Association for Peace in the Middle East, Middle East Review, 1983: Vol. 15, no. 3-4; Vol. 16, no. 1

Arab Network of Students (ANSAR) Al Mizan, 1991: Vol. 2, no. 1

Bulletin of Regional Cooperation in the Middle East, 1999-2002: Vol. 8, no. 4; Vol. 9, no's 1-4; Vol. 10, no's 1-4

Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS): Sawasiah, 1994-95: No's 1-5

Civil Society: Democratization in the Arab World, 1994-2000: Vol. 3, no's 26-36; Vol. 4, no's 37-40, 42-43, 45, 47-48; Vol. 5, no's 50-59; Vol. 6, no's 60-72; Vol. 7, no's 73-76; Vol. 8, no's 86-95; Vol. 9, no's 97-102

Gulf Newsletter, 1991-94: No's 1-11

Media Analysis Center, Contemporary Mideast Backgrounder, 1979-90: No's 1-3, 11-16, 23, 25, 35-36, 164, 177-182, 184-236, 238-243, 245-250, 252-254, 256, 267-269

338

Publications 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Israel, Palestine, Iraq, various

Mediums / types include: Bulletins, newsletters, reports, meeting minutes, conference proceedings, statements

Societies / major themes include: Canadian Middle East Digest, 1986-87: Vol. 10, no's 1-4, 6, 9-10; Vol. 11, no's 2-3, 6-7

Middle East Policy/American-Arab Affairs, 1986-2000: No's 18-32, 35-65

339

Journals, reports, newspapers 1983-1999 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Israel, Palestine, Iraq, various

Mediums / types include: Journals, reports, newspapers

Societies / major themes include: Human rights abuses in Israel/Palestine; contents of folder one (Al-Haq: Law in the Service of Man), folders two-three (The Palestine Human Rights Information Center DataBase Project on Palestinian Human Rights reports, 1987-89), folder four (Federation Internationale des Droits de l'Homme Rapport de Mission sur Israel et Territoires Occupes, 1989; United Nations Resolutions on Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict 1981; The Institute for Palestine Studies Selected Publications 1989; General Union of Palestinian Writers and Journalists: Reporting Harassment, 1989; Hotline: Center for the Defence of the Individual, 1991; The Middle East Council of Churches (MECC) Perspectives: "Jerusalem, a shared trust", 1990), Gaza Center for Rights and Law, The 5th Annual Report 1999; Archive Collection of The Other Israel: Newsletter of the Israeli Council for Israeli-Palestinian Peace 1983-1988; Institute for Middle East Peace and Development: Health Status and Services in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, 1985; Institute for Palestine Studies International Documents on Palestine 1977; The Middle East Council of Churches (MECC) Perspectives: "Jerusalem, a shared trust", 1990;

Periodicals: Arab American Institute Issues, 1989-91: No's 20, 26-30

The Jerusalem Times, 1994: Vol. 1, no. 9

Middle East and Mediterranean Outlook Memo, 1983-87: No's 1-45

Middle East Focus: Canada's Magazine on the Contemporary Middle East, 1983-92: Vol. 6, no's 2-6; Vol. 7, no's 1-6; Vol. 8, no's 1-6; Vol. 9, no's 1-5; Vol. 10, no's 1-3, 5-6; Vol. 11, no's 1-3, 6; Vol. 12, no's 1-2; Vol. 13, no's 1, 3; Vol. 14, no. 2

Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics and Culture, 1994-99: Vol. 1, no. 1; Vol. 2, no's 3-4; Vol. 5, no. 2; Vol. 6, no. 3

The Palestinian Centre for Rapprochement Between People: 1993: January, August, October, November/December; 1994: February, March, April, May, June, July, August

340

Publications 1972-1998 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Middle East

Mediums / types include: Publications

Societies / major themes include: Middle East Research & Information Project Middle East Report, 1972-1998: No's 6-8, 10-20, 22-23, 37, 67, 84-135, 138-209, various special issues

341

Reports, newsletters, press releases, maps, fliers, information papers, conference proceedings, publications, government documents 1975-2000 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa

Mediums / types include: Reports, newsletters, press releases, maps, fliers, information papers, conference proceedings, publications, government documents

Societies / major themes include: Apartheid, Nelson Mandela, Africa National Congress; contents of folders one-two (ANC documents on transition out of apartheid, various reports, 1987, 1990-91); folder three (Amnesty International press releases, 1986-94), folder four (Amnesty International various publications and reports), folder five (Black Sash: misc. reports, “Johannesburg Advice Office”, conference proceedings, statements, 1980-91), folders six-seven (Black Sash: misc. publications), folder eight (Black Sash: maps), folder nine (University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, Centre for Applied Legal Studies: Occasional Papers, Human Rights Update, 1982, 83, 88), University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, Centre for Applied Legal Studies: Annual Reports, 1984-88, folder ten (International Defence & Aid Fund for Southern Africa (IDAF) misc. publications, information papers, reports), folder 11 (Misc. South Africa: Africa Research group “The Powers Behind Apartheid”, undated; The South African Institute of International Affairs “Contested Domains: National Identity and Conflict in Russia and South Africa”, 1992; Johannes Wier Foundation for Health and Human Rights, 1991; Human Awareness Program “Changing Attitudes in a Changing South Africa”, 1987; Psychiatric Association of Zimbabwe/Swedish Red Cross, 1990), folder 12 (Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1993; Institute for the Study of Public Violence, 1994)

Periodicals: International Defence & Aid Fund for Southern Africa (IDAF): Focus On Political Repression in Southern Africa, 1975-91: No’s 1-25, 80-93 Inter Nos: Southern African Catholic Bishops Conference, 1991-92: Vol. 3, No. 3-4; Vol. 4, No. 1 Sash, 1988-92: Vol. 30, no. 4; Vol. 31, no. 1; Vol. 33, no. 3; Vol. 34, no’s 1-3; Vol. 35, no’s 1-2 TriQuarterly: From South Africa: New Writing Photographs & Art: Spring/Summer 1987

342

Subject files 

Scope and Content Note

Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • LAW JUDICIAL SYSTEM • BPD – Paraguay • RABI – VASCONSELLOS • PRESOS POLITICOS • TERRENOS URBANOS • TERRENOS RURALES • UNIVERSIDADES • BID, BIRF, AGENCIAS INTERNATIONALES • SINDICATOS • ABUSO AUTORIDAD OFFICIAL • INDIGENAS • ACUERDO NACIONAL • PROYECTOS HIDROELECTRICOS • AID, AGENCIAS NACIONALES • Proyectos hidroelectricos • PROYECTOS DE LEY • Partidos y ellectiones • BANCOS • COMITE DE IGLESIAS • MISION DE AMISTAD • IGLESIA • PROBLEMAS MORALES, FAMILIARES • LIBERTAD de PRENSA • CASO PENA • Fernando de la Mosa • MELGAREJO CASES • CONSTANTINO • SOMOZA • PLEITOS PERSONALES • ANTICOMMUNIST LEAGUE • (unlabeled) • PARTIDOS: OPOSICION • LAINO – Recortes • YPACARAI – CAPITALIZADOR • Agencias fenanciares – Presiones intermaciarda • propiedades urbanas desalojos • Agencias financieras • FOREIGN PRESS • PARAGUAY – PRESS

343

Subject files 

Scope and Content Note

Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • Weinstein, Warren • (unlabeled) • Weinstein, Warren • Weinstein, Warren and Cavallero • Weinstein, Warren and Howland, Joyce • Weinstein, Warren and McCoy, Frank • WEISBERG, ROBERT • Weisfelder, Richard F. • Weiss, Peter • Weissman, Stephen R. • WEITZER, RON • WELCH, CLAUDE E. • Wermuth, Anthony L. Dr. • Wessels, David J. • WEST, JAMES M. • WESTON, BURNS H. • WHEELER, DOUGLAS • White, Ralph K. • White, Richard Alan • Whiteman, Marjorie M. • Wiberg, Hakan • Wijayasuriya, Suganthie • Wiley, Norbert • Williams, Douglas • A – Williams, John W. • Williams, Shirley • (unlabeled) • Wilson, Robert R. • Winfield, Richard Dien • Wing, J.K. • Winthrop, Delba • Wirsing, Robert G. • Wise, David • Wiseberg, Laurie S. • Wiseberg, Laurie S. – Africa #1

344

Subject files 

Scope and Content Note

Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with two tabs. • new tab: M 14 • MABINI (Lawyers) • MADARIPUR LEGAL AID ASSOCIATION • MADRES DE LA PLAZA DE MAYO (Argentina) • S. H. MAGALA • MAGAT, Richard • MAGGIO, Michael • MAGIC (Mozambique, Angola & Guineq-Bissan Information Centre) • Mahoney, Kathleen • NANA MAHONO • C – MAKWANA – 1 • MALAYSIAN SCHOLARS • Mali – general • Maloney, Christopher • MANGAN, LAURA • MANUSHI • C – MARGA INSTITUTE (FIRUCHELVAM) • Margiotta, Franklin • MARKETING • MARTIN, Gilbert • MARTIN deMORALES, Engracia • MAURITANIAN HUMAN RIGHTS LEAGUE • MAZA, Herbert • MAZUMDAR, Sucheta • MEAD-DATA CENTRAL • PATRICK MEAGHER • MEDECINS DU MONDE • MEDIA CONTACTS • MEDIA NETWORK • MEDIA REPORTS TO WOMEN • Medical Action Group • MEDICAL AID FOR EL SALVADOR • MEDICAL MOBILIZATION FOR SOVIET JEWRY, Morey Schapira • MEDITERRANEAN INSTITUTE • MEDJOUB, CHANI • MEEKER, Leonard • MEKOUAR, Mohamed Ali • Richard A. MELANSON • SECOND WORLD CENTER • Milton MELTZER • MEMBERS OF CONGRESS FOR PEACE THROUGH LAW • MENA, Jacobo • Juan MENDEZ • JACOBO Mena • MENDLOVITZ, Saul • MENNONITE CENTRAL COMMITTEE (MCC) • C – MENNONITE CENTRAL COMMITTEE WEST BANK • MENSAJE (Chile) • THEODOR MERON • John G. MERRIAM • MESOAMERICA • MEYER, WILLIAM • THE CHR. MICHELSEN INSTITUTE • MICRONESIA SUPPORT COMMITTE –C • MICRONESIAN LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION • MIDDLE EAST COUNCIL OF CHURCHES • MIDDLE EAST REPORT • MIDDLE EAST RESOURCE CENTER (MERC) • MIDEAST OBSERVER (Allan Kellum) • MIDSTREAM • TOM MILCH • MILES, Lynn • MILLER, Kate • MILLINGTON, John • MINDANAO COMMUNICATIONS RESOURCE FOUNDATION, Inc. –C • MINDANAO INTER-FAITH PEOPLES’ CONFERENCE SECRETARIAT • MINDANO-SULU PASTORAL CONFERENCE SECRETARIATE • MINKER, Jack • MINNESOTA LAWYERS INT’L HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE • MINORITY RIGHTS GROUP, FRANCE • MISCHE (GLOBAL EDUCATION ASSOC.) • MISERIOR DOCUMENTATION SERVICE • MOHAWK, Mr. John • MOJEKWA • MOLUCCAN PEOPLES MISSION • AMY MONK • MONTEALEGRE, FLORA • CONCHESSA MORAN • MOROCCO GENERAL • Clovis MORRISSON • MOSLEM IRANIAN STUDENTS SOCIETY –C • MOURELO AGUILAR, Dr. Jose Nestor • MOUVEMENT ANTI-APARTHEID / CAO • MOUVEMENT HAITIEN DE LIBERATION • MOVEMENT FOR A FREE PHILIPPINES • MOVEMENT FOR A NEW SOCIETY • MOVEMENT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN VIETNAM • MOVEMENT FOR INTER-RACIAL JUSTICE AND EQUALITY • MOVEMENT FOR THE DEFENCE OF DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS • MOVEMENT FOR THE RESTORATION OF DEMOCRACY IN PAKISTAN • MOVIMIENTO DE LA IZQUIERDA REVOLUCIONARIA • MOVIMIENTO ECUMENICO NACIONAL DE PUERTO RICO (PRISA) • C – MOVIMIENTO INTERNACIONAL DE ETUDIATES CATOL’COS (MIEC) • C – MOVIMIENTO NACIONAL DE MUJERES, A.C. • MOVIMIENTO NACIONAL DE POBLADORES (MONAP) • MOVIMIENTO SOCIALISTA POPULAR (Puerto Rico) • MOVIMIENTO SOLIDARIO DE SALUD MENTAL (ARGENTINA) • MIRGE – MOWBRAY INTER-RACE GROUP • Glenn MOWER • C – Dr. Charles MOYER • Mozambique – general • MOZAMBIQUE, ANGOLA, GUINEA INFORMAITON CENTER – C • MS. Magazine • AMOS TODD MSONGELWA • C Mt. ANGEL SEMINARY SOCIAL JUSTICE COMMITTEE • Mubanga-Chipoya, C.L.C. • MUKHOTY, GOBINDA • MULTINATIONAL MONITOR • LIC. FERNANDO MUNOZ • John Francis MURPHY • Fr. RAYMOND MURRAY • (Parochial House) • ARIFIEN MUSNADI • new tab: N 15 • -- N -- • NACLA’S LATIN AMERICA & EMPIRE REPORT 1. • NADESAN CENTRE LIBRARY • NAMIBIA SUPPORT COMMITTEE • NANDA, Ved P. • NARDIN, Professor Terry • NASKOU, Paroula • NASSER, Dhia • NATION • NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES • NATIONAL AMNESTY OF GHANA • NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR IRISH FREEDOM • NATIONAL ASSOC. 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Tenhula • TERRELL, Nena • TEUBER, Prof. Andreas • THAI-AMERICAN PROJECT • THAI COMMITTEE FOR REFUGEES • Thai Democratic Study Group • Thai Development Support Committee – C • THAI INFORMATION CENTER TIC NEWS • THAI KHADI RESEARCH INSTITUTE • UKRAINE • THAILAND INFORMATIONS UND SOLIDARITATSKOWMITEE • THAILAND: GENERAL. INDIVIDUALS • Thammasat University –C • THIRD WORLD FORUM, Egypt • THIRD WORLD QUARTERLY • THIRD WORLD REPORTS • THIRD WORLD STUDIES CENTER • THIRD WORLD WOMEN’S NEWS • THORNBERRY • Stig Thornsohn • Thurman, Robert • THYB INC. • Thyssenn Foundation • TIBET: GENERAL • TIBETAN REFUGEE AID SOCIETY • Tibetan Review –C • TIMERMAN, Jacobo • TINKER, Catherine • Omar Tiwana • TOKYO MISC. • TONIATTI, Dr. Roberto • TORNEY, Judith • TORONTO ARTS GROUPS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS • TORONTO BOARD OF EDUCATION • TORONTO COMMITTEE FOR THE LIBERATION OF SOUTH AFRICA • TORTURE • TOTTEN, Samuel • TOUIL, Nancy • TOWGHI, MALEK M. • TOWSLEY Lona • TRAINING INSTITUTE FOR CHRISTIAN PARTICIPATION IN NAT’L. DEV. / BURMA • Transaction Books • Transnational Institute • TRAYLOR, Julianne • TRINIDAD – GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE • TRINIDAD-TOBAGO BUREAU ON H. 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MISSION • U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FOREIGN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE • United States Information Agency • U.S. Institute of Human Rights • USLA JUSTICE COMMITTEE • U.S. National Commission for UNESCO • U.S. Support Committee for Justice in El Salvador • US Tibet Committee – C • Uniting Church in Australia • Universal Serials & Book Exchange • Universidad de los Auder (colomunice) (Francisco Lead Buitago) • Universidad Nacional Autouoma de Honduras (Unitor Mez) • Universite de Paix • (unlabeled) • Univ. College Dublin • UNIVERSITY OF DENVER • University of Essex • UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA • University of Hawaii at Manoa –C • CHINA AFFAIRS SOCIETY UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG • University of Ibadan – C • C – University of Maryland Coll. Of Lib + Info Srvces. Field Study • University of New South Wales • (unlabeled) • University of the South Pacific (Fiji) –C • University of the State of New York • University of the West Indies • University of Toronto Development Studies Program • University of Western Australia • Henry Cerrows • URUGUAY – General • new tab: V 23 • VAGTS, DETLEV • VALTICOS, Nicholas • Vancouver Association for the Survivors of Torture • Vandenberg, Donald • Van Der Hoeven, Lucas • Van Dyke, Jon • Van Dyke, Vernon • Van Peer, Charles • Vantine, David • Vanunu • VARGAS CARRENA, Edmundo • VENEZUELA: GENERAL • VERS UN DEVELOPPMENT SOLIDAIRE • Vicaria de Pastoral Obrera (CHILE) • VIENNA INTL. CENTRE--U.N. • Vigil India Movement • Diana VINCENT-Davis • Vinuesa • VISA/TRAVEL S. Africa Lesotho Aug. 1987 • VISITANTE DOMINICAL • Visitor Program Service/Meridien House • Sandy Vogelgesang • Voice of America • VOLK, VOJKO • C – Volunteer Clearing House of the District of Columbia • VOLUNTEERS TO INDIA’S OPPRESSED AND NEGLECTED (VISION) –C • VOTARE •

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Filing folders. • COMMITTEES OF SOLIDARITY WITH THE PEOPLE OF GUATEMALA (USA) • CONGRESSIONAL RECORD NEWSCLIPS AND STATEMENTS (GUATEMALA) • CONSEJO DE COMUNIDADES ETNICAS RUNUJEL HUNAM (CERJ) Guatemala • Coordinadora Nacional de Viudas Guatemaltecas (CONAVIGUA) • EJERCITO GUERRILLERO DE LOS POBRES (EGP) COMPANERO (GUATEMALA) • ENFOPRENSA (MEXICO & USA) • FEDEFAM REPORT ON GUATEMALA (1983) • FRENTE DEMOCRATICO CONTRA LA REPRESION (GUATEMALA) • ASSOCIATION IN SOLIDARITY WITH GUATEMALA (ASOGUA) USA • “ATANASIO TZUL” • Centro de Investigacion Estudio y Promocion de los Derechos Humanos • Ceri-Gua • COMISION DE DERECHOS HUMANOS DE GUATEMALA • COLECTIVO DE SOLIDARIDAD CON EL PUEBLO DE GUATEMALA (COSTA RICA) • COMISION GUATEMALTECA PRO-DEFENSA DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS • COMITE COSTARRICENSE DE SOLIDARIDAD CON LA LUCHA DEL PUEBLO DE GUATEMALA • Comite de Guatemala “IXIMCHE” U.S. • COMITE DE SOLIDARIDAD CON EL PUEBLO DE GUATEMALA (MAZORCA) USA • COMITE DE UNIDAD CAMPESINA (CUC) GUATEMALA • COMITE NACIONAL DE UNIDAD SINDICAL (CNUS) GUATEMALA • COMITE PRO JUSTICIA Y PAZ DE GUATEMALA (MEXICO) • GREEN REVOLUTION ON GUATEMALA • GRUPO DE APOYO MUTUO GUATEMALA • GUATEMALA COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (UNITED KINGDOM) • GUATEMALA HEALTH RIGHTS SUPPORT PROJECT (USA) • GUATEMALA HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION USA • GUATEMALA INFORMATION CENTER CHICAGO, USA • GUATEMALA INFORMATION CENTER USA / LOS ANGELES • GUATEMALA NEWS AND INFORMATION BUREAU (GNIB) USA • GUATEMALA SCHOLARS NETWORK • GUATEMALA SOLIDARITY COMMITTEE (GUASO) • CHILE • HAITI • EL SALVADOR • CENTRO DE INVESTIGACION Y EDUCACION POPULAR (CINEP) COLOMBIA • FUERZAS ARMADAS REBELDES GUATEMALA • Consejo de Comunidades Etnicas “Runujel Junam” (CERJ) • Case/ANS 493 Folder 17, c. 2 DAVIS • Case/ANS 493 Folder 17, c. 2 DAVIS • Case/ANS 493 Folder 18, c. 2 DAVIS • 50’s + pre-ind C • (unlabeled) • Case/ANS 493 Folder 19, c.1 GREENLAND • HENLEY, Troy 1977 Mil. • (unlabeled)

349

Reports, newsletters, press releases, information papers, conference proceedings, publications, meeting minutes, memoranda 1990-1994 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa

Mediums / types include: Reports, newsletters, press releases, information papers, conference proceedings, publications, meeting minutes, memoranda

Societies / major themes include: Apartheid, Human rights abuses in South Africa; Independent Board of Inquiry into Informal Repression: memoranda, meeting minutes, monthly reports, publications, 1990-94; Human Rights Commission: Area Repression Reports, 1990-92, Special Reports, 1990, Human Rights Review, Fact Papers, Information Manuals Periodicals: Human Rights Commission: Human Rights Update, 1990-92: Vol. 3, No’s 2-7, 10; Vol. 4, No. 12; Vol. 5, No’s 1-12

350

Reports, statistics, publications 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa

Mediums / types include: Reports, statistics, publications,

Societies / major themes include: Apartheid, Human rights abuses in South Africa; Irish Anti-Aparheid Movement (AMANDLA), 1978-93; Human Awareness Program: “How Organizations Work”, 1985, “Challenge to Change”, 1983, various reports, folders of statistics, factsheets; Periodicals: G.R.C. Newsletter, 1991: No. 27 Perspectives: Press Service of the Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference, 1990: Vol. 1, No’s 4-6, 8-10

351

Reports, newsletters, press releases, information papers, publications 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa

Mediums / types include: Reports, newsletters, press releases, information papers, publications

Societies / major themes include: Apartheid, Human rights abuses in South Africa; Human Awareness Program (HAP); Contents of folder one (HAP Special Reports No’s 2-5, 1981-84), folder two (HAP misc. publications, reports), folder three (HAP misc. publications: “The Organization as Employer”, Action Notes No’s 5-7), folder four (Centre for Southern African Studies University of the Western Cape Backgrounder no's 1,6; Human Sciences Research Council Centre for Constitutional Analysis, 1993,94; Bureau International du Travail, 1991), folder five (Catholic Institute for International Relations (CIIR) publications: "South Africa: A Test Case For the West", "The Churches and the South African Crisis", "New Nation", "Profile: South Africa", "Country and Conscience"), folder six ("South Africa On the Move: A tool kit for education and action", undated), folder seven (Association for Rural Advancement (AFRA) reports, 1987-90), folder eight ("Street Law", no.2), folder nine (Centre d'information et de documentation sur le Mozambique et l'Afrique Australe (CIDMAA) publications: "Natives in Canada, Blacks in South Africa", undated; "South Africa: towards negotiations", 1989; "The South African State: Reform and Repression", 1989; "Depeches d'Afriques du Sud", 1990); "Bridge 1987: An index of organisations at work in South Africa, Volumes 1 & 2"; Documents regarding Supreme Court of South Africa case between Wendy Orr & others vs. The Minister of Law and Order & others regarding police brutality, 1985; "South Africa On the Move: A tool kit for education and action", undated; CIDMAA "South Africa Update 1988-1989"

Periodicals:

HAP Change Newsletter, 1989-90: Vol. 8, no's 2-11; Vol. 9, no's 1-4

Southern Africa, 1978-83: Vol. 11, no's 1, 3-9; Vol. 12, no's 1-9; Vol. 13, no's 1-8; Vol. 14, no's 1-5; Vol. 15, no's 1-5; Vol. 16, no's 1-3

Umbutho Wamalungelo Obuntu Civil Rights League Burgerregteverniging Newsletter, 1989-94: Vol. 36, no. 1; Vol. 38, No's 1-3; Vol. 40, no. 3; Vol. 41, no's 1-2

352

Journals, reports, newsletters, bulletins 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa

Mediums / types include: Journals, reports, newsletters, bulletins

Societies / major themes include: Apartheid, Human rights abuses in South Africa; Southern African Federation of the Disabled “The SAFOD Development Activists Handbook”, 1991; Women and Law in Southern Africa, Working Papers no’s 2-3, 1990-91; The South African Institute of International Affairs reports, occasional papers, 1992;

Periodicals: SIDA-Presse, 1990; Vol.1, no. 1

South Scan: A bulletin of Southern African affairs, 1986-1991: Vol. 1, no’s 1-7, 9-48; Vol. 2, no’s 1-48; Vol. 3, no’s 1-16; Vol. 4, no’s 1-48; Vol. 5, no’s 1-48; Vol. 6, no’s 1-15, 17

Southern Africa Chronicle, 1989-91: Vol. 2, no’s 2-9, 11-21; Vol. 3, no’s 1-8, 10-11, 15-16, 18-21; Vol. 4, no’s 1-8

Southern Africa Report, 1985-2000: Vol. 1, no’s 1-2, 4-5; Vol. 2, no’s 1-5; Vol. 3, no’s 1-5; Vol. 4, no’s 1-5; Vol. 5, no’s 1-5; Vol. 6, no’s 1-5; Vol. 7, no’s 1-5; Vol. 8, no’s 1-4; Vol. 9, no’s 1-2, 5; Vol. 10, no. 1; Vol. 13, no. 2; Vol. 15, no. 4

The South African Institute of International Affairs International Affairs Bulletin, 1989-92: Vol. 13, no. 3; Vol. 14, no’s 1-3; Vol. 15, no’s 1-3; Vol. 16, no’s 1-3

The South African Institute of International Affairs Southern Africa Record, 1987-92; No’s 47-49, 51-64

Toronto Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa (TCLSAC) Reports, 1980-84

What’s the Word! Southern Africa Network Bulletin, 1988-89: Vol. 2, no’s 8-9; Vol. 3, no. 2

353

Subject files 

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • LOWELL LIVEZEY • Lobe, Thomas • Lockwood, B. • G. D. LOESCHER • A – Lofchie M. • LONG • Loof, P.R. • Lopez, G. A. • Louden • Lowenstein, Allard + Grossman, Ethel • A – LUARD, Evan • A – Lubis, T. Malya • A – Luke, Tim • Luthan.S. • A – Luttwak – • Macapagal, Diosdado. • McCabe, David A. • McCAMANT. • A McCarthy, Colman • A – MacChesney, Bunsm • A – McCouch, Grayson • Niall MacDermot • A. MacDermot, N. + Khan, I. • Ben Whitaker • A – MacDonald, R St. J • A McDougal, Myres S. + Bebr, Gerhard • McDougal, Myres S. Lasswell, H.D. + CHEN, Lung-Chu A • A – MCDOUGAL, MYRES S. – 1 • MacDougall, John A. • McGregor and Bailey • A – McFarlane, L.J. • A – Mackarey, J.A. • MacLean, Douglas • McLean, Seilla • Kit G. Machado • MACHOWSKI, JACEK • A – MAECHLING, CHARLES • A-Magat, Richard • MAGDOFF, Harry • James Magee • A – MAGGIO – 1 • Ray Maghroori • A – Mahan, Sue • A – Maki, Linda • A – Makieda, Motofumi • Makonnen.Y. • Malawer, Stuart S. • (unlabeled) • MALINOWSKI, MAREK • A – MALONE, D. • Mangin, Gilbert • A – Mani, V.S. • A – MANI • Mansbach, Richard • ALY MANSOUR • MANZ, BEATRIZ • MARAN, Rita • Gilbert Marcus • A – MARIE, Jean-Bernard • A – MARKOVITZ, Inga • MARKS, LEONARD • STEPHEN MARKS • MARTIN, Alicia • Mjr. William M. Martin, Jr. • J. Paul Martin • Matas, David • A – Mathew, George • Mavoritz, Andrew • A – Matthews – R.O. • Mayer, Jean • A – Mazrui, Ali • M’Baye, Keba • MEAGHER, J. PATRICK • A – Means, Gordon • A – Medvedev, Roy • Dara P. Mehta • Richard Melanson • A – MENDEZ, Jaun • MENON, SADANAND • Race Relations Post Coli Afa • A- Mertens, Pierre • MICHALSKA, ANNA • MICHALSKI, WOJCIECH • A – Mikheyev, Dmitry • MICHADOPOULOS • A MILENKOVIC – S. • Greg MILES • MILLER, JOSEPH • MILLER, ROBERT • Miller, Robert H. • (unlabeled)

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • Howard, Rhoda E. • Howell, Leon • Howland, Joyce and Weinstein, Warren • HUANG • Hruby, Peter • (unlabeled) • (unlabeled) • Hulbert, Ann and Galison, Peter • Humphrey, John P. • Hungarian Law Review • (unlabeled) • Hurwitz, Leon and Rosembaum, Alan • HUSAIN, ASAD • A – Hyndman, P. • IDOC – Intl Doc. and Commun. Ctr. • Indra-Payoong, Com • Intern. Law Association • Intl Social Science Journal 1966/1 • Ioffe, O.S. • Irwin, Zachary T. • (unlabeled) • Jack, Homer A. • Jacob, Phillip E. • Jacobs, Deborah M. • Jacobson, Muriel • JAHANGIR, ASMA • Jahode, Marie • Jakubowski, Jerzy • Jakupko, David V. • Jayasinghe, Kirthisiri • A-Jennings, James, R. • Jerez, Cesar • Jessup, Philip C. • (unlabeled) • Jhabvala, Farrokh • Johnson, C. Don • Johnson, Glen M. • Johnson, Kenneth F. • (unlabeled) • Joo, Junhui • (unlabeled) • Jones, Robert H. • JOSHI, B.R. • Joyce, Avery J. • JRAISI, Dr. Sami • Jutkowitz, Joel M. • Judge, Anthony J. M. • (unlabeled) • (unlabeled) • (unlabeled) • KALLEN, EVELYN • KAMAROTOS, ALEXANDER • Kamel, Taimour Mostafa • Kandell, Florence • (unlabeled) • KANNYO, Edward • KANTER, ROSABETH MOSS • KAPANI, MUNCI • KARSTEN, PETER • Kartashkin, V.A. • KATES, ROBERT W. • KAUFMAN, EDY • KAUFMAN, STEPHEN B. • Kaur, Amarjit • KEENAN, THOMAS • KENDRIGAN, MARY LOU • KENNAN, GEORGE • KENNEDY, MICHAEL J. • KENT, EDWARD • KERNS, RUTH • KESTEN, ALISA • KEYS, DONALD F. • KHALID, AZMI • KHAN, AZIZUR RAHMAN • KHAN, IRENE • KHANNA, H.R. • KIM CHANG SOO • KING, HAITUNG • KING, P.E. • KIRBY, M.D. (JUSTICE) • KIRK, DONALD • KIRKPATRICK, Jeanne • KIRSTEIN, PETER • KITTAY, STEVEN • Kiwanuka, Richard • KLARE, MICHAEL AND MAX HOLLAND • KLEMENT • KNISBACHER, MITCHELL

355

Subject files 

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • NETTHEIM, GARTH • A – Mittelman, J.H. • William Minter • Mitchell, Robert A. S. J. • A – Moca, G. • Moyekwu, Chris • MOLLICA, Richard, WYSHAK, Grace & LAVELLE James • A – Montgomery, Patrick • A – Moro Research Group • A – Moroziuk, Russel • A – Molineau, Harold • Mondzac, Stephanie P. • (unlabeled) • A – MORLEY, J. • A – Morris, Roger • Morris, Roger, et al • Davis S. Morrison • CLOVIS MORRISSON • Morton.F. • A – Mosler, Hermann • A – Moss, Rob’t • A – Motyl, A. • (unlabeled) • Glenn Mower • A – Moynihan – Daniel • A – Mullings, Leith • A – Muller, Scott • Mummery, David R. • A Munoz, Heraldo • A Murungi, Kiraitu • A – Murungi, Kiraitu • Murzynowski, A. • MUSZALSKI, WOJCIECH • Mutaleb, M.A. • Muzaffar, Chandra • (unlabeled) • A – Nahum, Fasil • A – NAQVi, Syed Nawab Haider • NARDIN, Terry • F.S. Nariman • NAROLL • NARTOWSKI, ANDRZEJ • JUNE NASH • A NATHANSON, N.L. • A – NATL COALITION AGAINST CENSORSHIP • A – National Council of Churches Div. of Overseas Missions • NAYAR, M.G.K. – • Ncube, Welshman • Fred Warner Neal • (unlabeled) • Nelson Gary • A – Nelson, J.D. • Nevas, Leo • A – New Outlook editors. • Frank C. newman • A – Newsom, David • A Nevo Eviatar • A – Nezam-Mafi, R • A – Ngubani, John • Niang, M. • Nicholson • A – Nickel/Hasse • NICKLE • (unlabeled) • A – Norris and Relton • A – Noorani • A – Norris, Robert E • Norwegian Research Council for Science + Humanities • NOVAK, Michael • A – Novak/Schifter • Nsereko, Daniel • Nunes, Keith • Nussbaum, Patti D. • Nyquist C • Nyquist, T • A – Khanna, Justice H. • Sharon O’Brien • William V. O’Brien • A Occena, S. • A – O’Donnell • OHSZ – Ula • A – Olarinmoye, J.O. • (unlabeled) • A Onuf + Peterson • A – OPEN MIND • A OPOKU, Kwame • A opsahl, Torkel • Orlov, Yuri F. • A - ORTENGREN

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Subject files 

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order • ORTIZ, ROXANNE DUNBAR • A – Osakwe, C.U. • A – Osakwe, Christopher • RICARDO OTHEGUY • OWENSBY, Walter • A – Oyarzun, Jose A. • A – Oyebode, Akin • OZDOWSKI, SEV • Page, Stephen • PAINTER, Diana • Paguio, M.E.G. • A – Palkhiwala, Nani A. • A – PALUMBO, M • A – Parchomenko, Walter • PARENTI, MICHAEL • Park, Ann • A – Pathak, R.S. • Partsch – Karl Josef • A – Patouris, N. • A Patrnogic J. • Wayne Patterson • Jim Paul + Clarence Dias • Paust, Jordan J. • A – Paust ano Blaustein • Pechota, Vratislav • PEIRIS, G.L. & JENSEN • Pell • (unlabeled) • (unlabeled) • Aguilera Peralta, G • Peretz, Martin • Peroncel-Hugoz, J.P. • Perpinan, Sr. Mary S. • Heli Perrett • Peters .A.A. • Petersmann, Hans G. • Petitpierre, Max • Petras, James • (unlabeled) • Pettiti, L. • PICKEN, MARGO • (unlabeled) • PICTET, Jean • Pike, Fredrick B. • Pirzada, S.S. • Pisani, Robert L. • Plant, Roger • (unlabeled) • Adamantia Pollis • Pomeranzev, Igor • Pomorski, Stanislaw and Defert, Kristin • Popadiuk, Roman • POPE, CLARA AMANDA • (unlabeled) • (unlabeled) • (unlabeled) • Prasad, Maya • Ashok C. Pratap • Prindezis, Monique • PRITCHARD, KATHLEEN • (unlabeled) • (unlabeled) • (unlabeled) • Quigley, John • QUPTY, MAZEN • Qureshi, Saleem • Rader, Robert M. • Ramcharan • Horta-Ramos, J. • Randall, Kenneth • Ranis, Gustav • Rao, D.C. • (unlabeled) • Raskin, Jamin Ben • MARCUS RASKIN • Rathusny, Ed • Ray, Philip L. • Reddaway, Peter B. • REDISKE, MICHAEL • Redlick, Amy Sands • Reed, David • A – Reichert, Douglas • REICIN, CHERYL V. • Reid. Errol • Remmer, Karen L. • (unlabeled) • Renteln, Alison Dundes • Repeta, Lawrence • Ressler, Everett M. • Reutlinger, Shlomo • Rhoden, Nancy K. • (unlabeled) •

357

Reports, newsletters, conference fliers, bulletins, journals 1978-84, 1987, 1990, 1992-2001 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Italy, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Hungary, Kyrgyzstan

Mediums / types include: Reports, news reports, symposium documents, scanned articles, periodicals, fact posters, newsletters, conference fliers, symposium fliers, bulletins, journals, pamphlets, law indexes, statements, news publications

Societies / major themes include: Commission of the churches on international affairs, Amnesty International, Promotio Justitiae, women in Italy 1968-79, UNICEF, Istituto degli Innocenti di Firenze, International Training Center of the ILO, IUPIP newsletter, Amnesty International, Schizophrenia, Irish Ratification of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, ICCL News (Newsletter of the Irish Council for Civil Liberties Comhairle Um Chearta An Duine), Newsletter for Irish Prisoners Overseas, Pat Finucane, British Irish Rights Watch, Amnesty International, Newsletter for Irish Prisoners Overseas, The Irish Witness, Amandla, Irish Anti-Apartheid Movement, The Two Irelands (The Minority Rights Group Report No. 2), Release Nicky Kelly Committee, Irish Council for Civil Liberties, Celtica, Amnesty International, Hungarian Law Review, Justice in Hungary Today, The Impact of Television on Irish Perceptions of Human Rights, The Carlotto Affair, Civil Liberties at Risk, Massacre at Derry, Irish Council for Civil Liberties, Laws for women, rule of law in Italy, Amnesty International reports, Human Rights Internet Reporter

358

Reports, news reports, scanned articles, periodicals, newsletters, bulletins, journals 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa

Mediums / types include: Reports, news reports, scanned articles, periodicals, newsletters, bulletins, journals

Societies / major themes include: Lawyers for Human Rights, 1988-91; Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, 1986; South Africa Information Exchange Working Paper no. 26, 1993; University of Pennsylvania Law Review, Vol. 141, no. 1, 1992; Monthly Review: An Independent Socialist Magazine, Vol. 33, no. 3, 1981; Staffrider Magazine “South Africa Through the Lens”, 1983; Rhodes University Department of Political Studies “South African Foreign Policy and South African Perspectives of the World”, 1973; South Africa Research Service reports, 1981-84; South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR): Quarterly Updates, Research Papers, Catalogues of publications, “The Sullivan Principles at Ford Audit 2”, 51st annual council meeting papers, “Satellite in Revolt: KwaNdebele: An Economic and Political Profile”, 1980-87; The South African Institute of International Affairs Occasional Papers, 1990-94; Periodicals: Human Awareness Program Change Newsletter, 1987-89: Vol. 6, no’s 2-11; Vol. 7, no’s 1-11; Vol. 8, no. 1 Race Relations News, 1981-87: Vol. 43, no’s 1, 5-9, 11; Vol. 44, no’s 3, 5-9; Vol. 45, no’s 1-3, 5-10; Vol. 46, no’s 1-5; Vol. 47, no’s 1-2, 4; Vol. 48, no. 2; Vol. 49, no. 2

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • PHILIPPINES – International Solidarity Network Desk (ISND) /NEWS DIGEST Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Jose W. Diokno Foundation Phil. • PHILIPPINES – KAPPAG Consortium • PHILIPPINES – KAPATID Phil • PHILIPPINES – Katipunan ng Kababaihan Para Sa Kalayaan (KALAYAAN) • PHILIPPINES – Kilusan ng Sambayanang Pilipino (KSP) Neth • PHILIPPINES – Kilusan ng Sambayanang Pilipino (KSP) Neth • PHILIPPINES – Kilusang Magbubukid sa Pilipinas (KMP) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Kilusang Manggagawang Kababaihan (KMK) Phil • PHILIPPINES – Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Kilusan ng mga Mamimili sa Pilipinas, Ink (KMPI) Phil • PHILIPPINES – Kongreso ng Pagkakaisa ng Maralita sa Lungsod (KMPL) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Legal Aid and Human Rights Institute FOR Mindanao (LAHRIM) Phil • PHILIPPINES – Luzon Secretariat of Social Action (LUSSA) Phil • PHILIPPINES – Media Mindanao News Service Phil • PHILIPPINES – Medical Action Group (MAG) /PROGRESS NOTES Phil • PHILIPPINES – Metro Manila Council of Women Balikatan Mvemt Phil • PHILIPPINES – Mindanao Center for Campus Writers Panulat Phil • PHILIPPINES – Mindanao Communication Resource Foundation MCRF Memo • PHILIPPINES – Mindanao Interfaith Peoples Conference (MIPC) • PHILIPPINES – Mindanao Sulu Secretariat of Social Action MISSA MONITOR • PHILIPPINES – Mindanao Sulu Secretariat of Social Action MINDANAO TRENDS • PHILIPPINES – Mindanao Partnership for Human Devt DMINDANAO ADVOCATE • PHILIPPINES – Monsignor Aglipay Don Belong Labor Center • PHILIPPINES – Montanosa Relief Services • PHILIPPINES – Moro Peoples REsource Center Moro Kurier • PHILIPPINES – Movement for a Free Philippines • PHILIPPINES – Movement of Attorneys… (MABINI) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Movement of Attorneys for Brotherhood… (MABINI) • PHILIPPINES – National Filippjnenkomitee Comite Philippines Belgique Belgm • Phil: National Alliance against the suger development foundation • PHILIPPINES – National Alliance for Philippine Concerns USA • PHILIPPINES – National Council of Churches in the Phil. (NCCP) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – National Council of Churches in the Phil – PACT • PHILIPPINES – National Democratic Front LIBERATION • PHILIPPINES – Natl Democratic Front NDF Update • PHILIPPINES – National Ecumenical Conf. on the Philippines USA • PHILIPPINES ¬_ National Ecumenical Forum for Church Response Phil • PHILIPPINES – National Federation of Sugar Workers (NFSW-FGT) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – National Midweek Phil • PHILIPPINES – Natl Orgn Against Nuclear Power and Weapons (NO Nukes) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Natl Resource Center on PPS in the Philippines USA • PHILIPPINES – Natl Secretariat of Social Action, Phil. (NASSA) • PHILIPPINES – National Movement for Civil Liberties (NMCL) Phil. • PHILIPPINES National Social Action General Assembly. • PHILIPPINES – National Resource Center • PHILIPPINES – Negros Alliance of Human Rights Advocates (NAHRA) Phil • PHILIPPINES – Negros Council for Peace and Development • PHILIPPINES – Negros Relief and Rehabilitation Center • PHILIPPINES – Pambansang Lakes ng Kilusang… (PAMALAKAYA) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Paralegal Training Serv Center (PTSC) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Pambansang Unyon ng mga Manunulat (PANULAT) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Panlalawigang Asosasyong Nagtataguyod (PANGKAT-NE) • PHILIPPINES – Peace Formation Program Phil. • PHILIPPINES – People’s Alternative • PHILIPPINES – People’s Movement for Press Freedom (PMPF) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Philippine Action concerning Torture (PACT) /MAG Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Philippine Alliance of Human Rights Advocates • PHILIPPINE AMERICAN GROUP • PHILIPPINES – Phil Assistance for Rural & Urban Devt uTambuli Phil • PHILIPPINES – Philippine Assistance for Technology and Health (HATH) USA • PHILIPPINES – Philippine Center for Immigrant Rights (PHILCIR) USA • PHILIPPINES – Phil Centre for Intl PEN Phil • PHILIPPINES – Philippine Center for Appro Tech and Training (PCATT) • PHILIPPINES – Philippine Commission of Jurists • PHILIPPINES – Phil Health Concerns / Phil Health & Med Campgn USA • PHILIPPINES – Phil Info and Resource Center Phil Resource Bulletin • PHILIPPINES – Philippine Information Bulletin • PHILIPPINE Philippine International Center For Human Rights • PHILIPPINES – Philippine International Forum • PHILIPPINES – Philippine Peasant Institute • PHILIPPINES – Philippine Resource Cntr Philippine Report USA • PHILIPPINES – Philippines Research Center USA • PHILIPPINES – Philippines Resource Center Austr • PHILIPPINES Protestant Lawyers League Of The Philippines • PHILIPPINES – Philippine Resourc e Center USA • PHILIPPINES – Philippine Solidarity Network (PSN)/PHILS. UPDATE Nzeal. • PHILIPPINES – Phil Solidarity Network/ Campaign vs. Marcos Dict. USA

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • INTERNATIONAL. American Nurses Association Center for Ethics and Human Rights. • American Philosophical Assoc. • V – AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOCIETY – 1 • AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOC • V – AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION – 1 • V – AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOC. – 1 • V – AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION • AMERICAN RED CROSS • AMERICAN SEPHARDI FEDERATION • AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS • V – AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INT. LAW – 1 • American Sephardi Federation • Americans for the Universality of UNESCO • GENERAL. American Statistical Association. • AMILCAR CABRAL INFORMATION & DOCUMENT CENTER • Amistad • GENERAL Amnesty International • ANTHROPOLOGY RESOURCE CENTER • Anastasis • ANTANNA INTERNATIONALE • (unlabeled) • V-1 ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE OF B’NAI BIRTH • ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE OF B’NAI B’RITH (ADL) • GENERAL Anti-Slavery • Anti-Defamation League Center for Holocaust Studies 1985 • Anti-Racism Information Service • INTERNATIONAL. Anti-Slavery International. • ANTI-TORTURE RESEARCH • V. – U.S. – appalachia • ARAB AMERICAN INSTITUTE • ARAB American Political Project • V Archipelago Mundi • V – ARMAND HAMMAR CONFERENCES – 1 • ARMENIAN ASSEMBLY OF AMERICA • ARTICLE 19 • ARTIS • ASHOKA INNOVATORS FOR THE PUBLIC • ASOCIACION PRO DERECHOS HUMANOS SPAIN • ASSOCIATION DE CONSULTANTS (CID) INTERNATIONAUX EN DROITS DE L’HOMME • Association for the Study of World Refugee Problem • Association for World Education • Asociation Internationale Contre la Torture • Association Internationale de Defense des artists • ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONALE DE DROIT PENAL/INT’L ASSOCIATION OF PENAL LAW • ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONALE DES JURISTES DEMOCRATES (AIJD) • Association International pour la Defense de la Liberte Religieuse • Assoc. of American Indian Affairs • V – ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN PUBLISHERS, INTERNATIONAL FREEDOM TO PUBLISH COMMITTEE – 1 • V-1 ASSOCIATION OF THE BAR OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK (Report on Argentina) • ASSOCIATION ON THIRD WORLD AFFAIRS • INTERNATIONAL. Association pour la Prevention de la Torture (A.P.T.). • Association Quebecoise des organisms de cooperation international (AQOCI) • ATD/QUART MONDE US BRANCH: (NEW/FOURTH WORLD MOVEMENT) • A.T.D. QUART MONDE/ A.T.D. FOURTH WORLD • AUSTRALIAN HUMAN RIGHTS SOCIETY • AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR UNESCO • AZADI KURDISTAN HUMANE FOUNDATION • BAHA’I INTL COMMUNITY – • BAR ASSOCIATION OF SAN FRANCISCO • BERTRAND RUSSELL PEACE FOUNDATION • BIG MOUNTAIN LEGAL DEFENSE/OFFENCE COMMITTEE • BIJEEN DERDE WERELD INFORMATIEHUIS THE NETHERLANDS • BLACK HILLS ALLIANCE • BLOC-NOTES • B’NAI B’RITH • BRANCH FOUR • BREAD FOR THE WORLD • BRENNAN HUMAN RIGHTS AWARD • BRITISH CHURCHES’ ADVISORY FORUM ON HUMAN RIGHTS • British Council of Churches: Christian Aid • British Council of Churches (BCC) • BRITISH INSTITUTE OF HUMAN RIGHTS • GENERAL. British Refugee Counsil (BRC). • GENERAL Broadcasting for International Understanding (BIU) .. • (unlabeled) • CALIFORNIA NEWSREEL • CALVERT SOCIAL INVESTMENT FUND • CAMPAIGN AGAINST MILITARY PROSTITUTION (CAMP) • CAMDEN COUNCIL FOR INTER COOPERATION • CAMP CRIER • Campaign Against the Arms Trade • Campaign for Peace & Democracy East & West • CANADIAN CENTRE FOR VICTIMS OF TORTURE (CCVT) • Caritas Germany • Caritas Internationalis • Caritas Switzerland • CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY, COMMITTEE ON POLITICAL FREEDOM

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with one tab. • SRI LANKA. Nonviolent Direct Action to Help People • SRI LANKA – Mvmt for Interacial Just.& Equality (MIRJE) SriL • SRI LANKA – Mvmt for the Defense of Democratic Rights (MDDR) SriL • SRI LANKA – Nadesan Centre for Human Rights Through Law SriL • SRI LANKA – Orgn for Prot of the Tamils of Eelam from Genocide (PROTEG) India • SRI LANKA – Parliamentarians for Human Rights • SRI LANKA – Peoples Front of Liberation Tigers. • SRI LANKA – Repatriates Rehabilitation REsearcg & Information Center India • SRI LANKA – Repatriates Rehabilitation Resource & Info Center India • SRI LANKA – Satyodaya/Bulletin of Satyodaya Center for Social Resrch SriL • SRI LANKA –SriLanka Coordinating Centr Kassel Wger • SRI LANKA – Sri Lanka Human Rights Campaign (SLHRC) Austr. • SRI LANKA – Sri Lanka Foundation Inst.- Human Rights Centre SrL • SRI LANKA – Sri Lanka Information Grp Sri Lanka Info Bulletin Neth • SRI LANKA – Nonviolent Direct Action Group (NVDAG) • SRI LANKA – Sri Lanka Working Journalists Assn. SriL • Students for Human Rights (Sri Lanka) • SRI LANKA – Tamil Action Committee UK • SRI LANKA – Tamil Coordinating Committee france • SRI LANKA – Tamil Information & Research Unit (TIRU) India • SRI LANKA – Tamil Information Centre UK • SRI LANKA – Tamil International UK • SRI LANKA – Tamil REfugee Action Group UK • SRI LANKA _ Tamil Refugees Rehabilitation Organisation SriL • SRI LANKA – Tamils of California USA • SRI LANKA – Tamil Rights UK • SRI LANKA – Women for Peace • SRI LANKA – Tamil Voice International UK • SRI LANKA – Voice of Women SriL • new tab: - Taiwan • ROC (TAIWAN) – Newsclips • ROC (TAIWAN) – General • ROC (TAIWAN) – Notes on Visit (November 1979) • ROC (TAIWAN) – Correspondence on Kaohsiung Incident • ROC (TAIWAN) – Asian Center USA • TAIWAN (ROC) – Awakening • ROC (TAIWAN) – Associacao Formosano Pelo Direito Humno do Brasil Braz • ROC (TAIWAN) – CARE Magazine Taiwan • ROC (TAIWAN) – Center for Taiwan International Relations (CTIR) USA • ROC (TAIWAN) – Chinese Association for Human Rights/CAHR Newsletter • ROC (TAIWAN) – Federation for the Protection of Taiwan’s Environment • ROC (TAIWAN) – Fisherman’s Service Center Taiw • ROC (TAIWAN) – Formosa Weekly USA • ROC (TAIWAN) – Formosa Magazine USA • ROC (TAIWAN) – Formosan Association of Human Rights USA • ROC (TAIWAN) – Formosan Association for Public Affairs (FAPA) USA • ROC (TAIWAN) – Formosan Association for Human Rights USA • ROC (TAIWAN) – Formosan Political Prisoners Association Taiwan • ROC (TAIWAN) – Founding Committee of Taiwan Democratic Party USA • ROC (TAIWAN) – Free China Journal • ROC (TAIWAN) – Free China Relief Association (FCRA) Taiwan • ROC (TAIWAN) – Intl Committee for HR in Taiwan Taiwan Communique • ROC (TAIWAN) – International Committee for Human Rights in Taiwan • ROC (TAIWAN) – International Committee for Human Rights in Taiwan (ICHRT) • ROC (TAIWAN) – Japan Committee for the Release of PPs in Taiwan Jpn’ • TAIWAN. New Taiwan Reconstruction Committee • ROC (TAIWAN) – Organization for the Support for the Dem Mvt in Taiwan USA • ROC (TAIWAN) – Overseas Alliance for Democratic Rule in Taiwan • ROC (TAIWAN) – Presbyterian Church of Taiwan • ROC (TAIWAN) – Taiwan Church News Taiwan

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with one tab. • CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT POLICY • CENTER FOR IMMIGRATION POLICY AND REFUGEE ASSISTANCE • CASA NICARAGUA (New York) • CENTRE INTL DE FORMATION A L’ENSEIGNEMENT DES DROITS DE L’HOMMES… • CENTRE OECUMENIQUES DES DROITS DE l*HOMME HAITI • CENTRE RENNAIS D’INFORMATION POUR LE DEVELOPPEMNT A LA LIBERATION DES PEUPLES (CRIDEV) • CENTRO DE CAPACITACION SOCIAL (Panama) • CENTRO DE DEFESA DOS DIREITOS HUMANOS ASSESSORIA E EDUCACAO POPULAR – Brazil • CENTRO DE DOCUMENTACION – MEIC/JECI • Centro de Documentacion de Honduras (CEDOH) • CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS DE PASTORAL Y ASISTENCIA MIGRATORIA (Venezuela) • CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS LEGALES Y SOCIALES (CELS), Argentina) • CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS SOBRE CULTURA TRANSNACIONAL • CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS Y SERVICIOS ESPECIALIZADOS SOBRE MIGRACIONES INVOLUNTARIAS (CESEM), Bolivia • CENTRO DE ESTUDOS E ACAO SOCIAL (CEAS) • CENTRO DE IMMIGRACION • CENTRO DE INFORMACION, DOCUMENTACION Y ANALISIS DEL MOVIMIENTO OBRERO • CENTRO DE INFORMACION Y DOCUMENTACION “PEDRO VELAZQUEZ” (Mexico) • CENTRO DE INFORMACION Y DOCUMENTACION SOBRE EL SALVADOR (CIDES) • CENTRO DE INVESTIGACION Y EDUCACION POPULAR (CINEP) • CENTRO DE PROYECCION CRISTIANA (Lima) • CENTRO DOMINICANO DE INTERCAMBIO DE INFORMACION (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC) • Centro Ecumenico de Derechos Humanos (CEDH) • CENTRO ECUMENICO DE DOCUMENTACAO E INFORMACAO (CEDI), Brazil • CENTRO ECUMENICO DE DOCUMENTACION LATINOAMERICANO SISTEMATIZADA (CEDOLASI) • CENTRO INTERNACIONAL DE INFORMACION LATINOAMERICANA (CIILA), Nicaragua • Centro National de Comunicacion Social • CENTRO PRESENTE • CENTRO REGIONAL DE INFORMACIONES ECUMENICAS (CRIE), Mexico • CENTRUM EUROPESE VEILIGHEID EN SAMENWEKING: Netherlands (Defunct) • CENTRUM VOOR ONDERZOEK VAN … • CFA MEDIA GROUP MANILA • Gerard Chaliand • CHANGE • ELEANOR CHARLES • CHARNEY, Israel • CHATOOR, DELIA • CHAZAR, Ed • LUNG-CHU CHEN • CHICAGO ACTION FOR SOVIET JEWRY • CHICAGO BAR ASSOCIATION • Christian Action for Development in the Caribbean • Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) US + Canada • CHRISTIAN RESCUE EFFORT FOR THE EMANCIPATION OF DISSIDENTS (CREED) • Child Workers in Nepal • CHILDREN’S DEFENSE FUND • CHILDREN’S LEGAL CENTRE, UK • CHILE-AMERICA • CHILE COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (U.K.) • (Defunct) CHILE COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS (US) • CHILE GENERAL • CHINA-LIAISON OFFICE • CHINA: GENERAL • CHINA-US HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANIZATION • Chinese Americans for Freedom and Human Rights • CHOICE- CURRENT REVIEWS FOR COLLEGE LIBRARIES • Choudhury, Akram. H • CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR • CHRISTIAN SOLIDARITY INTERNATIONAL • CHRISTIAN WORKERS FELLOWSHIP • CHRISTIANITY AND CRISIS • CHURCHES’ HUMAN RIGHTS PROGRAMME FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE HELSINKI … • CHURCH COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RIGHTS IN ASIA • CHURCH WOMEN UNITED • Church World Service • CIMADE (France) • CITIZEN ACTION (India) • CITIZEN FOR DEMOCRACY INDIA • CITY OF NEW YORK SUB-COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RIGHTS • CIVIL LIBERTIES AND THE POLICE(CILIP) • CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION OF THE PHILIPPINES (CLUP) • CIVIL RIGHTS LEAGUE (CAPE TOWN) • CLAMOR (Brazil) • Bishop Claver – The Philippines • CLEAR, Jesse • Clearinghouse on Human Rights and Psychiatry • CLERGY & LAITY CONCERNED • COADY, Davida (Taylor) • COALITION CONFERENCE OF METROPOLITAN AREA FOR JAPAN-KOREA PEOPLE’S SOLID. • COALITION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE PHILIPPINES • COALITION HRWG. CORRESPONDENCE • COALITION HRWG. MINUTES OF MEETINGS • COBOURN, CHRISTINA P. • CODESRIA (Senegal) • COFLER, IRWIN • Prof. Gerry Cohen • COHEN, STEPHEN • JUSTICE HAIM COHN • COLEMAN ENTERPRISES • COLIVER, SANDRA • COLLECTIVE FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATION (CORDE) • COLOMBIA GENERAL • COLUMBAN FATHERS • COLUMBIA HUMAN RIGHTS LAW REVIEW • COLUMBIA JOURNALISM REVIEW • COLONIALISM AND INDIGENOUS MINORITIES RESEARCH AND ACTION (CIMRA) • COMISSAO PRO-INDIO DE SAO PAULO • COMISION ANDINA DE JURISTAS • COMISION CHILENA DE DERECHOS HUMANOS • C-1 COMISION CHILENA DE DERECHOS HUMANOS • COMISION DE DERECHOS HUMANOS EN EL SALVADOR • COMISION DE DERECHOS JUVENILES (CODEJU) CHILE • COMISION DE DESARROLLO Y EMERGENCIA (HONDURAS) • COMISION DE FAMILIARES DE VICTIMES DE LA REPRESION EN ARGENTINA • COMISION DEFENSA DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS DEL PARAGUAY • COMISION ECUMENICA DE DERECHOS HUMANOS (ECUADOR) • COMISION EVANGELICA LATINO AMERICANA DE EDUCATION CRISTIANA • COMISION NACIONAL DE DERECHOS HUMANOS • COMISION NACIONAL DE PROMOCION Y PROTECCION DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS • COMISION NACIONAL PARA LA DEFENSA DE DERECHOS HUMANOS • COMISION PARA LA DEFENSA DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS EN CENTROAMERICA • COMISION PERMANENTE DE DERECHOS HUMANOS DE NICARAGUA • COMISION POR LA DEFENSA DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS • COMISSAO ARQUIDIOCESANA DOS DIREITOS HUMANOS DOS MARGINALIZ • Comissao de Justica e Paz (Arquidiocese de Olinda C Recife) • COMISSAO PASTORAL DE TERRA (defunct) • COMITE DE SERVICIO DE LOS AMIGOS • COMITE DE SOLIDARIDAD CON EL PUEBLO ARGENTINO (MEXICO) • COMITE DOMINICANO DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS • Comite Europeen pour la Defense des Refugies et Immigres (CEDRI) Switzerlan • COMITE FRANCAIS POUR LA DEFENSE DES DROITS DE L’HOMME EN ROUMANIE • COMITE GEORGIEN DOUR L’APPLICATION DES ACCORDS D’HELSINKI • COMITE HAITIANO-VENZOLANO • COMITE NACTONAL PRO DEFENSA DE PRESOS, PERSEGUIDOS, DESAPARECIDOS Y EXILIADOS • COMITE NICARAGUENSE DE DERECHOS HUMANOS • COMITE PANAMANIAN DE DERECHOS HUMANOS • COMITE PERMANENTE POR LA DEFENSA DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS • COMITE POR LA PAZ ENTRE LOS PUEBLOS DE CENTROAMERICA (Costa Rica) • COMITE PRO-JUSTICIA Y PAZ QUATEMALA (JULIA ESQUIVEL) • COMITE SOLIDARITE PHILIPPINES • COMITE SUISSE DE SOUTIEN A LA GUINEE EQUATORIALE EN LUTTE • COMITE BRASILEIRO DE SOLIDARIEDADE AOS POVOS DA AMERICA LATINA • COMITE BRASILEIRO PELA ANISTIA • Comite Catholique contre la faim et pour de development • COMITE COLOMBIA COMITE DE APOYO AL PUEBLO BOLIVIANO (CONADE) • COMTE DE DEFENSA DE LOS DERECHOS DEL PUEBLO • COMITE DE DEFENSA DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS • COMITE DE DEFENSA DE LOS DERECHOA HUMANOS • COMITE DE DEFENSA DE DERECHOS HUMANOS EN EL-ECUADOR • COMITES DE LUTTE CONTRE LA REPRESSION AU MAROC • Commentary • COMMISSIE JUSTITIA ET PAX NEDERLAND • COMMSSION DES DROITS DE LA PERSONNE • COMMISSION FOR RACIAL JUSTICE • COMMISSION ECUMENIQUE POUR EGLISE ET SOCIETE DANS LA • COMMUNAUTE EUROPEENNE • COMMISSION FRANCAISE JUSTICE ET PAIX • COMMISSION ON SECURITY AND COOPERATION IN EUROPE • COMMISSION TO STUDY THE ORGANIZATION OF PEACE • new tab: COMMITTEE • COMMITTEE AGAINST REPRESSION IN THE PACIFIC AND ASIA (CARPA) • COMMITTEE AGAINST VIOLATIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN EL SALVADOR • COMMITTEE FOR A NEW KOREA POLICY • COMMITTEE FOR ARTISTIC AND INTELLECTUAL FREEDOM IN IRAN • COMMITTEE FOR CHILEAN INGUIRY • COMMITTEE FOR DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN GUYANA • COMMITTEE FOR FREEDOM IN ARGENTINA • COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEMOCRACY IN TUYRKEY • COMM. FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN ARGENTINA • COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN GRENADA • COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN IRAN • Committee to Support Iranian Political Prisoners • COMMITTEE OF SOLIDARITY WITH THE PEOPLE OF GUATEMALA • COMMITTEE OF TEN (SOUTH AFEICA) • COMMITTEE OF TRANSYLVANIA • COMMITTEE ON THE ADMINSITRATION OF JUSTICE • COMMITTEE ON SOUTH AFRICAN WAR RESISTANCE • COMMITTEE ON UGANDA, INC • Committee on U.N. Decade for Women • COMMITTEE TO BRIDGE THE GAP CAMPUS COM TO BRIDGE THE GAP • Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights • COMMITTEE TO FREE SOVIET HARE KRISHNAS • COMMITTEE FOR THE DEFENSE OF POLITICAL PRISONERS IN VIETNAM • COMMITTEE FOR THE DEFENSE OF SOVIET POLITICAL PRISONERS • - Committee for the Revolution in Oman and the Arabian Penn (KROAQ) • COMMITTEE IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE PEOPLE OF EL SALVADOR • COMMITTEE IN SUPPORT OF SOLIDARITY • COMMITTEE OF CONCERNED SCIENTISTS • Committee for Human Rights in Rumania • COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE SOVIET UNION • COMMITTEE FOR SELF-DETERMINATION • COMMITTEE FOR THE AID TO WEST PAPUAN REFUGEES • Committee for the Defense of Human Rights in the Southern Cone • COMMITTEE FOR THE DEFENSE OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE UKRAINE • COMMITTEE FOR THE DEFENSE OF PERSECUTED ORTHODOX CHRISTIANS • COMMITTEE FOR THE DEFENSE OF POLITICAL PRISONERS IN SYRIA • Common Cause • COMMONWEALTH SECRETARIAT • COMMUNICATION FOUNDATION FOR ASIA • COMMUNITY ACTION ON LATIN AMERICA • COMMUNITY FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE AND POLITICAL PARTICIPATION • COMPARATIVE LABOR LAW • COMP. RURAL DEUCATIONAL SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CENTRE • Computer Consultants • COMUNIDAD • Concerned Citizens Committee on Africa • (THE) CONCERNED FOR WORKING CHILDREN • CONFEOERACION UNIVERSITARIA CENTROAMERICA (CSUCA) • CONFERENCE OF EUROPEAN CHURCHES • CONFERENCE OF NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS … (ONGO) • CONGO • Congressional Black Caucus • CONGRESO PUERTORRIOUENO DE TRABAJADORES (CPT) • CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE • CONNEXIONS (OSA) • CONNEXIONS • (Dr.) A.M. Connelly • Connor, Desmond • Joseph A.L. Cooray • CONSEJO INDIO DE SUD AMERICA • CONSEJO LATINOAMERICANO DE CIENCIAS SOCIALES • CONSEJO REGIONAL INDIGENA DEL CAUCA • CONSELHO LUDIGENISTA MISSIONARIO (CIMI) • CONSORTIUM ON PEACE RESEARCH EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT • CONSULTA NACIONAL DOS DIREITOS HUMANOS NO BRASIL • CONSULTANTS INTERNATIONAUX EN DROITS DE L’HOMME • CONTINENT • CONSUMER EDUCATION & RESEARCH CENTRE – 1 • CONSUMERS ASSOCIATION OF PENANG • CONTEMPORARY ARCHIVES ON LATIN AMERICA • CONTEMPORARY CULTURAL STUDIES UNIT • CONTEMPORARY CULTURAL STUDIES UNIT (SORTH AFRICA) • THE CONVERGENCIA DEMOCRAHCA EN URUGUAY WASHINGTON SUPPORT GROUP • COORDINADORA NACIONAL DE SOLIDARIDAD CON LOS PUEBLOS EN LUCHA • COORDINATING COMMITTEE – w/ Harvard Law School • COORDINATING COMMITTEE OF HUNGARIAN ORGANIZATIONS IN NORTH AMERICA • COORDINATING COUNCIL FOR INTERNATIONA ISSUES • COORDINATING GROUP FOR RELIGION IN SOCIETY THAILAND • COORDINATION IN DEVELOPMENT • CORDE Co-OPERATION FOR RESEARCH • CORNELL MODERN INDONESIA PROJECT • COSTA RICA GENERAL • COUNCIL FOR A FREE CZECHOCLOVAKIA • COUNCIL FOR DEMOCRACY IN KOREA • COUNCIL FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN IRAN (CHRI) • COUNCIL FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN LATIN AMERICA • COUNCIL FOR THE LIBERATION OF SURINAME (LIS) • COUNCIL OF LEGAL EDUCATION • COUNCIL OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT, POPULATION & LAW (INDIA) • COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS • COUNCIL ON HEMISPHERIC AFFAIRS • COUNCIL ON RELIGION AND INTERNATIONAL • COUNCIL PRESS • COUNSEL ON ASIAN UNITY AND COOPERATION • COVERT ACTION PUBLICATIONS, INC. • DR. MARGARET CRAHAN • J.J. Cremona • CRIME PREVENTION AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE BRANCH (UNITED NATIONS) • (Dr) CRISP, Jeff • CRITICAL ARTS-JOURNAL FOR MEDIA STUDIES • CUBA: GENERAL • Cuba Resource Center • CUBAN STUDIES • JANE CURRY, COLUMBIA UNIV. • CZECHOSLOVAK NATIONA COUNCIL OF AMERICA • CZECHOSLOVAKIA GENERAL

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • JAMES SEYMOUR • Shafir, Michael • Shah, Nasim Hassan • Shamin, Ishrat • Sharlet, Robert • Sharma, Sudesh Kumar • Sharma, Vishnu D. and Wooldridge F. • Shashaani, Mandana • Shaw, John • Shawcross • Shea, Terrence S. • Sheahan, John • (unlabeled) • Shell, Richard • Shelton, Dinah L. • Shepherd, George W. Jr. • Sherman, Robert T. • Jerome J. Shestack • Shestack Jerome J. and Cohen, Roberta • Shinnick, Phillip K. • Shipanga, Andreas • Shue, Henry • Shutkin, L. • Siegel, Richard L. • Sieghart, Paul • Sikkink, Kathryn • Silverstone, Johnathan • Silving, Helen • Simecka, Milan • Simsarian, James • Singer, James W. • Singh, Gurdip • Singhvi, A. M. • Sinha, Prakash S. • Sirkin, Abraham M. • Sissoko.A.T.N.E. • Skelton, James W • Skililng, Gordon H. • BRIAN SMITH • Smith, Charles Duryea, and Mendez, E.J. • Smith, Derek • Smith, David Horton • Smith, Jim • Smylie, Robert F. • LEO M. SNOWISS • Snyder, Richard C. and Hermann, Charles and Lasswell, Harold D. • A – SOEDJATMOKO • Soerensen, Max • Sohn, Louis B. • Solf, Waldemar A. • Spake, Amanda • Sperduti, Giuseppe • Spiro, Elizabeth Peterson • Sprinzak, Ehud • Spurgeon, David • Stachow, L. • Stackhouse, Max L. • Stanley, Gary L. • Stanojevic, Stanislav • Stauffer, Robert B. • Stavenhagen, Rodolfo • Steele Commager, Henry • Stein, Jacob • Stencel, Sandra • Stephens, Lynn • Sterling, Claire • Stern, Fritz • STEVENSON, JOHN R. • Stirton, Kerry • Stoessel, Walter J., Jr. • A – Stohol & Lopez • Stover, Eric and Eisner, Thomas • Streeten, Paul and Burki, S. J. • STREIB, VICTOR L. • STYRON • SUAGEE, Dean B. • Subbian, A. • SUMAR, SABIHA & NADVI, HALID • Sundberg, Jacob W. F. • Keith D. Suter • Robert G. Sutter • Suzuki, Eisuke • Sweenty, Jane P. • Symonides, Janusz • Szabo, Imre • Szawlowski, Richard • Szulczewski, Michal • Tadem, Eduardo, C. • Takemoto, Tadashi • Tajima, Yutska • Jerome K. Tankel • Taran, Patrick A.

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with four tabs. • CENTRE INTERNATIONAL DES SYNDICALISTES LIBRES EN EXIL • (unlabeled) • COUNCIL FOR A FREE CZECHOSLOVAKIA • LIBERTY FOR VACLAV HAVEL • HELSINKI/CZECHOSLOVAKIA • International Committee for the Support of Charter 77 in Czechoslovakia (France) • LEGAL DEFENSE COMMITTEE OF THE HUNGARIAN NATIONALITY IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA (LDC) • INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWS FROM CZECHOSLOVAKIA • LISTY: Organe de l’Opposition SOcialiste Tchecoslovagne • CZECH: Ivan Medek • National Committee of Hungarians from Czechoslovakia • V – SPEKTRUM – 1 CZECHOSLOVAKIA • PALLACH PRESS – 1 V – CZECHOSLOVAKIA • PATOCKA UNIVERSITY – 1 V – CZECHOSLOVAKIA • new tab: CZECH REPUBLIK • new tab: EAST GERMANY • GERMAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC GENERAL MATERIAL • EAST GERMANY – NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS • V. EAST GERMANY ARBEITSGEMEINSCHAFT 13. AUGUST e.V. • ARBEITSGRUPPE FUR MENSCHENRECHTE – SITZ BERLIN e.V. • FUND FOR CIVILIAN ASSISTANCE • HAUS AM CHECKPOINT CHARLIE • RFE: EAST GERMANY !(1989)! • RFE: EAST GERMANY !(1988)! (gdr) • RFE: GDR- 86-87 • GDR RFE 1984 • RFE: EAST GERMANY JANUARY 1982- • RFE: EAST GERMANY October 1979 – December 1981 • RFE GDR 1985 • new tab: Helsinki • HELSINKI ACCORD – GENERAL MATTERS • V. HELSINKI. Ad Hot Citizens Committee for the Madrid Helsinki Review Meetup – 1 • V. Centrum Europe se Veiligheid en Samenwerkig (CSCE Weekly Review) – 1 • CSCE Materials… Hearing of 16 Sept 1980 V – E Europe – 1 • - Commission on Security and Co-operation in Europe [Helsinki Accords] Materials from Hearing of 25 March 1980 – 1 V. E Europe • Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE), U.S. Congress • EUROPAISCHE HELSINKI-GRUPPE • HELSINKI-NGO ACTIVITIES/CONFERENCE/IN CONNECTION WITH MADRID 1980 MEETING • HELSINKI-BELGRADE MEETING • International Helsinki Association • INTERNATIONAL HELSINKI HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE • Helsinki – RFE • V-E – Europe – MADRID Helsinki Newspaper Clippings – 1 • HELSINKI GROUP – U.S. for monitoring of the U.S. • V- EE MADRID – HELSINKI REVIEW Nov. 80-1 • new tab: HUNGARY • HUNGARY – GENERAL MATERIALS • HUNGARY – NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS • Hungary – general • COORDINATING COMMITTEE OF HUNGARIAN ORGANIZATIONS IN NORTH AMERICA • HUNGARIAN FREEDOM FIGHTERS FEDERATION • V-Hunagry-Freedom of Movement & Immigration from Hungary • Hungary – RFE – 1989 • Hungary – 1988 – RFE • RFE: Hungary- 1987 • RFE – 1986 – Hungary • RFE – 1984 – Hungary • RFE – 1985 – Hungary • RFE – 1983 – Hungary • (unlabeled)

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • CARTER_MENIL Human Rights Prize • Carter Center, Emory University • CATHOLIC COMMISSION FOR JUSTICE & PEACE, Australia. JUSTICE TRENDS • Catholic Institute for International Relations (CIIR) – General • Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD) • CATHOLIC LEAGUE FOR RELIGIOUS AND CIVIL RIGHTS • CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES • CENTER FOR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS • CENTER FOR DEMOCRACY • CENTER FOR DEMOCRATIC RENEWAL • INTERNATIONAL Center for Development of International Law. • CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT POLICY • CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT POLICY COUNTRY NOTES • CENTER FOR HUMAN ECONOMY • CENTER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND CONSTITUTIONAL LAW • CENTER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND HUMANITARIAN LAW / AMERICAN UNIVERSITY • CENTER FOR IRANIAN RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS • GENERAL Center For Justice And International Law. • CENTER FOR NATIONAL POLICY REVIEW • CENTER FOR PEACE STUDIES • CENTER FOR PHILOSOPHY & PUBLIC POLICY • GENERAL CENTER FOR POLICY ALTERNATIVES • CENTER FOR POPULATION ACTIVITIES • Center for Responsible Tourism (NACCRT) – USA • CENTER FOR SEAFARERS’ RIGHTS • (unlabeled) • CENTER FOR SOCIALIST HISTORY • CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF HUMAN RIGHTS COLUMBIA UNIV. (Shelf under Columb University). • CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF PEACE & POWER • CENTER FOR VICTIMS OF TORTURE USA • CENTER OF CONCERN • GENERAL Center On Rights Development (CORD ) • CENTER ON WAR AND THE CHILD • CENTRAL COMMITTEE FOR CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS (CCCO) • CENTRE D’ETUDES ET DE RECHERCHES SUR LA DEMOCRATIE PLURALISTE…(CERDET) • CENTRE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS & RESPONSIBILITIES (UK) • CENTRE FOR INTL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW UNIVERSITY OF ESSEX • CENTRE FOR RESEARCH ON MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS (SOMO) THE NETHERLANDS • Centre de conseils et d’appui pour les jeunes en matiere des droits de l’homme (CODAP) • V Centre de Documentacion, Information and Trecherch des Populations INDIGENES • Centre Interassociatif Francophone D’Information et de Documentation Sur le Droit D’Aisle et les Refugies • CENTRE INTERNATIONAL DE FORMATION A L’ENSEIGNEMENT DES DROITS DE L’HOMME at de la Paix (CIFEDHoP) • CENTRE INTL DES ADVOCATS DE STRASBOURG POUR LES DROITS DE L’HOMMES • CENTRE LEBRET, France • INTERNATIONAL. The Centre on Housing and Evictioons (COHRE). • Centre Rennais d’Information pour le Developpement et la Liberation des Peuples • CENTRE TRICONTINENTAL • CENTRO DI STUDI E DI FORMAZIONE SUI DIRITTI DELL’UOMO E DEL POPULI • CENTRO INTERNAZIONALE DI RECHERCHE E STUDI SOCIOLOGICI PENALI E PENITENZIARI • CHANGE • CHILDHOPE • CHILDRENS’ DEFENSE FUND (CDF) • CHILDREN’S LEGAL CENTRE • CHILDREN’S LEGAL RIGHTS & INFORMATION TRAINING PROGRAM • CHILDREN’S MAGAZINE SERVICE • CHILDREN’S RIGHTS • CHOISIR • INTERNATIONAL. Christelijke Stiching voor Hulp aan Gewetensvervolgden. • CHRISTIAN CHURCH, DISCIPLES OF CHRIST • CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT FOR PEACE • CHRISTIAN RESPONSE INTL • CHRISTIAN SOLIDARITY INTERNATIONAL • CHRISTIC INSTITUTE • CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY WESTERN US (FREEDOM MAGAZINE) • CHURCH OF THE BRETHEREN • CHURCH RESEARCH & INFORMATION PROJECT • CHURCH WOMEN UNITED • CHURCH WORLD SERVICE • Cinema Guild • Citizens Against Social Injustice • Citizens Commission on Human Rights • CITIZEN’S COMMITTEE FOR IMMIGRATION • CITIZENS FOR PARTICIPATION IN POLITICAL ACTION • CITIZENS FOR PUBLIC JUSTICE • CITIZEN SOLDIER • CIVILIAN-BASED DEFENSE ASSOCIATION • CLEARINGHOUSE ON DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION • Clearinghouse on Human Rights and Psychiatry (Pendron) • CLERGY & LAITY CONCERNED HUMAN RIGHTS COORDINATING CENTER • GENERAL Coalition Against Impunity. • COALITION FOR A NEW FOREIGN AND MILITARY POLICY (Legislative Update) • INTERNATIONAL. Coalition for a New Foreign Policy.

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • Coalition for a New Foreign & Military Policy: HUMAN RIGHTS pubs • Coalition…..”Latin America” • Coalition: INDOCHINA • COALITION FOR FREE TRADE IN IDEAS • Coalition of NGO’s Concerned with Impunity for Violators of Human Right • General CODAPEMENT VOTRE • COLONIALISM & INDIGENOUS MINORITIES RESEARCH/ACTION • COMITE CATHOLIQUE CONTRE LA FAIM ET POUR LE DEVLOPPEMENT (France) • COMITE CONTRE LA REPRESSION • COMMISSION EUROPEENE DES DROITS DE L’HOMME • Commissie Justitia et Pax-Nederland Commission for Justice and Peace • Commission Francaise Justice • COMMISSION INTERNATIONALE CONTRE LE REGIME CONCENTRATIONNAIRE • Commission for Racial Justice United Church of Christ US Dom. • COMMISSION OF THE CHURCHES ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS • COMMITTEE FOR FREEDOM OF INFORMATION • Committee for International Human Rights Inquiry • Committee for Racial Equality • Committee of Concerned Scientists • GENERAL Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI). • General Commonwealth Secretariat • CONCERN Archive? • CONGRESSIONAL BLACK CAUCUS • CONGRESSIONAL FRINEDS OF HUMAN RIGHTS MONITORS • CONGRESSIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS CAUCUS • CONSCIENCE & MILITARY TAX CAMPAIGN • CONSERVATIVES AGAINST LIBERAL EDUC • CONSORTIUM FOR THE STUDY OF INTELLIGENCE • CONSUMER CURRENTS • COORDINATING BOARD OF JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS • V. COORDINATING COMMITTEE FOR INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTARY SERVICEV COORDINATION ANTI-RACISTE • CORD • CORSO: NEW ZEALAND ASSOCIATION FOR RELIEF, REHABILITATION, AND DEVELOPMENT --OVERVIEW • V. COUNCIL FOR EDUCATION IN WORLD CITIZENSHIP (UK) • Council for the Facilitation of International Conflict Resolution • COUNCIL FOR INT ORGANIZATIONS MEDICAL SCIENCES (CIOMS) • V. COUNCIL OF EUROPEAN NATIONAL YOUTH COMMITTEES (CENYC) • COUNCIL ON INTERNATIONAL & PUBLIC AFF. • Council on InterRacial Books for Children • V – COURT OF MAN FOUNDATION – 1 • V - - COVERTACTION – 1 • Church of Scientology • Cox Newspapers • V-1 CULTURAL SURVIVAL • DANISH CENTER OF HUMAN RIGHTS/ DANSKE CENTER FOR MENNESKERETTIGHEDER • DANISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION • Dansk Rode Kors. Danish Red Cross • DATA CENTER, Oakland, CA • DATA KONSULT • DAYBREAK • (unlabeled) • V - - DC BANK CAMPAIGN – 1 • D.C. COALITION AGAINST THE DEATH PENALTY NOT IN OUR NAMES • V – Declaration de Berne • DEFENCE FOR CHILDREN • DEMOCRACY INTERNATIONAL • DENNIS BRUTUS DEFENSE COMMITTEE • Development Update • DIFFUSION MULTILINGUE DE LA DECLARATION UNIVERSELLE DES DROITS DE L’HOMME • Disaster Relief • Disabled Peoples’ International • Ecumenical Coalition on Third World Tourism • Ecumenical Commission for Church + Society • ECUMENICAL INSTITUTE FOR THE DVLPMNT OF PEOPLES • (unlabeled) • HR. ECUMENICAL REVIEW V 27#2, April, 1975 • V. EIRENE, INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN FREEDOM SERVICE • INTERNATIONAL. El Taller • Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland – sent • EMERGENCY COMMITTEE FOR POLITICAL PRISONERS • GENERAL. End Child Prostitution in Asian Tourism (ECPAT). • ENTRAIDE MISSIONAIRE

367

Newsletters, bulletins, conference proceedings, conference agendas, correspondence, scanned articles, information papers 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa

Mediums / types include: Newsletters, bulletins, conference proceedings, conference agendas, correspondence, scanned articles, information papers

Societies / major themes include: South African Council of Churches (SACC); misc. documents 1985-90, Crisis News (SACC) 1988-89, Ecunews (SACC) 1991-92, UN Centre Against Apartheid: Notes and Documents 1974-83

368

Newsletters, bulletins, conference proceedings, conference agendas, correspondence, scanned articles, information papers, maps 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa

Mediums / types include: Newsletters, bulletins, conference proceedings, conference agendas, correspondence, scanned articles, information papers, maps

Societies / major themes include: UN Centre Against Apartheid: Notes and Documents 1984-88, Seminar on effective measure to prevent transnational corporations and other established interests from collaborating with the racist regime of South Africa 1981, Final Report to the Commonwealth Committee of Foreign Ministers on Southern Africa 1989, UN General Assembly reports, UN Special Committee on the Policies of Apartheid of the Government of the Republic of South Africa, International Conference on Sanctions Against South Africa 1981, UN publications on Apartheid in South Africa

369

Newspapers, reports, newsletters, research papers 1971-1996 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa

Mediums / types include: Newspapers, reports, newsletters, research papers

Societies / major themes include: Divesting from South Africa: A prudent approach for pension funds, Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under Law 1986, University of the Witwatersrand, Institute of Criminology University of Capetown, International Human Rights Law Group, Committee to Protect Journalists, COSATU: The Role of the Police in Relation to the Violence in Pietermaritzburg, Prodder Newsletter, Canadian Institute of International Affairs International Journal, Commission of Inquiry into the Structure and Functioning of the Courts Periodicals: Southern Africa, 1971-77: Vol. 4, No. 7; Vol. 6, No's 1-10; Vol. 7, No's 1-3, 7, 10-11; Vol. 8, No's 3, 5, 7, 9, 11; Vol. 9, No's 1, 3-11: Vol. 10, No's 1-2, 4-6, 8-10

South African Outlook, 1970-95: Vol. 100, No. 1193; Vol. 106, No. 1226; Vol. 107, No's 1273, 1275; Vol. 108, No's 1280, 1282, 1289-90; Vol. 109, No's 1293, 1299; Vol. 110, No's 1303-14; Vol. 111, No's 1315-1326; Vol. 112, No's 1327-38; Vol. 113, No's 1339-50; Vol. 114, No's 1351-1362; Vol. 115, No's 1363-65, 1368; Vol. 116, No's 1375-79; Vol. 117, No's 1389, 1393-98; Vol. 118, No's 1399-1410; Vol. 119, No's 1411-1420; Vol. 120, No's 1, 1425-1427, 6, 1430, 1432-33; Vol. 121, No's 1-10; Vol. 122, No's 1-2, 1449-1458; Vol. 123, No. 1459; Vol 125, No's 1-9

370

Newspapers, reports, newsletters, research papers, memoranda 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa

Mediums / types include: Newspapers, reports, newsletters, research papers, memoranda

Societies / major themes include: Institute for Democracy in South Africa (IDASA), IDASA Parliamentary Whip 1995, IDASA Update 1992, IDASA Occasional Papers No's 1-42, UN General Assembly reports, Economic and Social Council reports, various documents 1982-92, Transvaal Rural Action Committee (TRAC), TRAC miscellaneous documents and reports, TRAC Newsletter

Periodicals: Democracy in Action: Journal of the Institute for Democracy in South Africa, 1988-96: Unnumbered editions from 1988-October 1991; Vol. 6, No's 1-5, 7; Vol. 7, No's 1-7; Vol. 8, No's 1-7; Vol. 9, No's 1-7; Vol. 10, No's 1-6 TRAC Newsletter, 1983-93: No's 1-14, 17, 26-27

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Newspapers, reports, newsletters, research papers, memoranda, conference proceedings, pamphlets, press clippings 1979-1993 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa, Canada

Mediums / types include: Newspapers, reports, newsletters, research papers, memoranda, conference proceedings, pamphlets, press clippings

Societies / major themes include: Folder 1: Various South African women's rights documents, 1990-93: South Africa Update, Womens Rights: A discussion document, United Nations Economic & Social Council, Speak No's 25, 27, Black Sash 1991 National Conference proceedings, An Information Booklet for Battered Women, UN: The Plight of Black Women in Apartheid South Africa, The Patchwork Quilt of Power Relations: A Challenge to South African Feminism, Lawyers for Human Rights Int'l Conference 1990: Putting Women on the Agenda, Constructing Gender: Discrimination and the Law, Theories of Equality for Women in a South African Constitutional Context Folder 2: International Conference on Children, Repression, and the Law in Apartheid (ICCR), 1987: Misc. documents and conference proceedings Folder 3: ICCR, 1986 Folder 4: Association for Rural Advancement (AFRA), 1991-93: reports, occasional paper, press release Folder 5: AFRA News, 1991-97: No's 9-25, 36, 38-39 Folder 6: Lawyers Committee for Human Rights: Human Rights Violations in South Africa's "Homelands", rough draft 1986 Folder 7: Various documents on connections between Canadian Reserve system for Native Americans and Apartheid in South Africa Folder 8: Canada-Native People's Connection: Various press-clippings on Apartheid in Canada Folder 9: Canada-Native People's Connection: Various press-clippings on Apartheid in Canada Folder 10: Various South Africa: South Africa's Bantustans: The pillars of Apartheid, Hawks and Doves: The Pro- and Anti-Conscription Press in South Africa, The RDP Reconstruction and Development Programme Folder 11: Capetown Conference 1979 proceedings Folder 12: Various South Africa: State of South Africa's Children 1993, CIDMAA South Africa Update 1988-1989, Lawyers for Human Rights: Kwandebele - The Future? Folder 13: The Commission of Inquiry Regarding the Prevention of Public Violence & Intimidation, Goldstone Commission reports, 1991-94 Folder 14: The Commission of Inquiry Regarding the Prevention of Public Violence & Intimidation, Goldstone Commission reports, 1991-94

372

Reports, government documents 1966-1996 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa

Mediums / types include: Reports, government documents

Societies / major themes include: U.S. Government Hearings on South Africa 1966-80, The Commission of Inquiry Regarding the Prevention of Public Violence & Intimidation, Goldstone Commission reports, 1991-94, LHR Rights: A Lawyers for Human Rights National Directorate Publication 1989-96, LHR annual reports, LHR special reports

373

Journals 1985-2000 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa

Mediums / types include: Journals

Societies / major themes include: Centre for Applied Legal Studies: South African Journal on Human Rights, 1985-2000: Vol. 1, No's 1-3; Vol. 2, No's 1-3; Vol. 3, No.3; Vol. 5, No's 2-3; Vol. 6, No's 1-3; Vol. 7, No's 1-2; Vol. 8, No's 1-4; Vol. 9, No's 1-4; Vol. 10, No's 1-3; Vol. 11, No's 1-4; Vol. 12, No's 1-4; Vol. 13, No's 1, 3-4; Vol. 14, No's 1, 3-4; Vol. 15, No's 1-4; Vol. 16, No's 1-2

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Newsletters, conference proceedings, reports, press clippings, newspapers 1970-1995 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa, Lesotho, Gambia, Namibia

Mediums / types include: Newsletters, conference proceedings, reports, press clippings, newspapers

Societies / major themes include: Folder 1: African Human Rights Research Association (AHRA) Folder 2: South African Council of Churches (SACC) Folder 3: Transformation Resource Centre (Lesotho): Work for Justice Folder 4: Various press clippings on South Africa Folder 5: Southern African Catholic Bishops Conference (SACBC) Folder 6: Conference Sept. 1982, Detention and Security Legislation in South Africa Folder 7: Conference on Post Apartheid South Africa, Pittsburgh 1988 Folder 8: Miscellaneous South Africa Folder 9; Miscellaneous South Africa Folder 10: Newsclippings on South Africa Folder 11: Human Rights Commission of South Africa Folder 12: The Weekly Mail (South Africa), 1991 Unfoldered: Various UN reports, workshops, conference proceedings, 1990-95

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Subject files 

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • TARDU, Maxime E. • Tarr, Alan G. and Porter, Mary Cornelia • Tchong Koei Li.J. • Tenhula, John • Teran, Almeida • TESSLER, MARK A. • Tevoedjire, Albert • Thapar, Romila Dr. • Thomas, Ann Van Wymen and Thomas A.J. • Thompson, LTC James P. Jr., Ph.D. • Thompson, Joseph E. • Thompson, Kenneth • Thornberry, Patrick • Thorne, Ludmilla • Francisco E. Thoumi • Timerman, Jacobo • TOBIN, Jack • Tolley, Howard Jr. • Tomasi, Silvano M. • Tong, James • Toniatti, Roberto • Torney, Judith Vollmar • Toth, Janos • Traxler, Maragret • Triggs, Gillian • Trindade, A.A. Cancado • Trocki, Carl A. • Turack, Daniel C. • Tuttle, James C. • Twitchett, Kenneth J. • Tyagi, Yogeth K. • Tyson, Brady • Uibopuu, Henn-Jueri • Ukrainian Quarterly • Umozurike, U.O. • Urbonya, Kathryn R. • U.S. Commission on Civil Rights • U.S. General Accounting Office • Uribe, Armando • Utrecht, Ernst • Utter, Glenn H. • Valencia, Ernesto M. • N. Valticos • Valtierra, Angel S.J. • VAN ALLEN, JUDITH • van Boven, Theo C. and Ramcharan, B.G. • Theo Van Boven • Van de Vyver • van Dijk, P. • Vernon Van Dyke • Van Langenhove, Fernand • Vardys, Stanley • Vasak, Karel • Veiter, Theodor • Venning, Corey • Verdross, Alfred • Verway, Wil. D. • Vickrey, William • Villegas, Edberto M. • Vincent, R.J. • VIORST, MILTON • Vivian, John P. • Vogelgesang, Sandra • Wade, Lord • Wai, Dunstan M. • Walker, Thomas W. • Wallace, Brian F. • Wallerstein, Immanuel • Peter Walshe • Walter, Hannfried • Walzer, Michael • Warbrick, Colin • Ward, Martin J. • Warshawsky, Howard • Wasby, Stephen L. • Washington Information Bureau of the Argentine Commission for Human Rights • WECHSLER, LAWRENCE • Weeks, John and Dore, Elizabeth • (unlabeled) • Weinstein, Warren • Weinstein, Warren • Weinstein, Warren Refugees/Project Ideas • Warren Weinstein

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Subject files 

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • Int’l Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU) • V – INTERLINK PRESS SERVICE 1 • V – International Agenda • International Alert (IA) • GENERAL International Association. • GENERAL International Association Against Torture (IAAT) .. • INTL Assoc. for Community Development • Intl Assoc for Mass Comm Research • International Assn for the Political use of Psychiatry • INT ASSOCIATION OF GAY WOMEN AND MEN • V-Int’l Assn. of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists BULLETIN • INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF JUDGES • INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF JUVENILE & FAMILY COURT MAGISTRATES • INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF OFFICIAL HUMANS RIGHTS AGENCIES (USA) • International Association of University Professors and Lecturers – 1 • INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN IMMIGRANTS (SWEDEN) • Int’l Baby Food Action Network • Int’l Bureau of Coordination • INTERNATIONAL CATHOLIC CHILD BUREAU • Int’l Catholic Migration Commission • INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT POLICY (AFRICA, ASIA, LAT. AM., USSR) • Int’l Center for Law in Development • GENERAL. International Centre for the Prevention of Crime. • GENERAL International Centre For Trade Union Rights ICTUR • Int’l Coalition for Dvlpmnt Action • INTL COMMITTEE OF CHILDREN & ADOLESCENTS’ MOVEMENT (CIMEA) • Int’l Confederation on Peace & Disarmament • International alliance for the UN • Int’l Conference Group on Modern Portugal • Int’l Coordinating Committee for the Full Rights of Undocumented Workers • GENERAL International Council For Adult Education. • Int’l Council of Nurses • Int’l Council of Scientific Unions • Int’l Council of Voluntary Agencies • Int’l Council of Women • Int’l Development Research Center • Int’l Disaster Institute • INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION FOR THE PROT. OF THE RIGHTS OF ETHNIC MIN., ETC • Int’l Federation of Employees in Public Service & World Confederation of Teachers • Int’l Federation of Journalists Int’l Federation of Newspaper Publishers • Int’l Federation of Senior Police Officers • Int’l Federation of Social Workers • Int’l Federation of Teachers in Public Schools • Int’l Federation of Uniersity Women • Int’l Federation of Women Lawyers • Int’l Fellowship of Reconciliation • Int’l Feminist Network Against Traffic in Women and Female Sexual Slavery • INTERNATIONAL FORUM FOR CHILD WELFARE SWITZERLAND • INTERNATIONAL. International Foundation for Children’s Right to Development • Int’l Foundation for Development Alternatives • INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR ELECTORAL SYSTEMS (IFES) USA • Int’l Foundation for the Survival & Dvlpmnt of Humanity • INTERNATIONAL International Gay + Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC) • GENERAL International Helsinki Federation For Human Rights • INTERNATIONAL. International Human Rights Association of American Minorities (IHRAAM). • INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS CLINIC PRACTICING LAW CENTER / AMER. UNIV. • GENERAL International Human Rights Committee • Int’l Human Rights Internship Program • Int’l Human Rights Law Group • Int’l Humanist + Ethical Union • Int’l Indian Treaty Council • Int’l Institute for Nationality Rights and Regionalism • International Institute of Human Rights (Strasbourg) (Rene Cassin) • Int’l Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences • International Institute of Boston • V – INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HUMAN RIGHTS, STRASBOURG – TEACHING SESS. 1 • Int’l Institute of Humanitarian Law • Int’l Jewish Peace Union • INTERNATIONAL LABOR RIGHTS EDUCATION & RESEARCH FUND (USA) • Int’l Labour Reports • INTERNATIONAL LABOUR STUDIES • Intl’ Law Association • INTERNATIONAL. International League for Human Rights. • INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE OF SOCIETIES FOR THE MENTALLY HANDICAPPED • Int’l Legal Defense Group • International Lelio Basso Foundation for the Rights and Liberation of People International League for the Rights and Liberation of Peoples

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with six tabs. • East/West News Service (USA) • (unlabeled) • E/E/ gon: Foreign Affairs Research Institute • European Liaison Group • (unlabeled) • GROUPE DE PARIS • FOREIGN BROADCAST INFORMATION SERVICE • HELSINKI CITIZENS’ ASSEMBLY • LABOUR FOCUS ON EASTERN EUROPE • EASTERN EUROPE. Institute for Democracy in Eastern Europe (IDEE) • LEAGUE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEMOCRACY-PROJECT TO SUPPORT EAST EUROPEAN WORKERSA ND TRADE UNIONISTS • INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION IN DEFENSE OF ARTISTS (FRANCE) • (unlabeled) • FREEDOM COMMUNICATIONS INTERNATIONAL NEWS AGENCY • Help and Action • HOLOCAUST-GENERAL MATERIALS • JACKSON AMENDMENT • (unlabeled) • EASTERN EUROPE Keston Research. • Orthodox Monitor • RELIGION IN COMMUNIST DOMINATED AREAS • The Right to Believe (SSRC) • (unlabeled) • Religion in Communist Dominated Areas • Service de Presse de l’Eghre du Silence (Belg.) • Society for the Study of Religion under Communism • Society of Survivors of the Riga Ghetto, Inc. (USA) • new tab: ALBANIA • RFE – General Albania • Albania – general • Free Albania Committee • (unlabeled) • ALBANIA – GENERAL MATERIAL • V-Albania Svensk-Albanska Foreningon • Armenia General • Armenia Newsclipping • Armenian national committee bulletin • new tab: BALTIC STATES • BALTIC STATES – GENERAL • BALTIC APPEAL TO THE UN • BALTIC NEWS – AUSTRALIA • Democratic Movement of Estonia • JOINT BALTIC AMERICAN NATL COMM • RFE: 1987-88 Baltic Area • RFE – 1986 – Baltic • RFE – 1985 – Baltic • RFE – 1984 & earlier – Baltic • new tab: CROATIA • Antiwar Campaign Croatia • Estonia • RFE – ESTONIA – 1988-1989 • RFE – Estonia – 1987 • - Estonia – general • RFE – 1986 – Estonia • ESTONIAN AMERICAN NATL COUNCIL • RFE: Estonia • Estonian National Fund • Relief Centre for Estonian POCs in the USSR (Save) • RELIEF CENTRE FOR ESTONIAN POCS IN USSR (Estonia) • Estonia SOVIET UNION DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE’S FRONT • new tab: AI: ZAIRE • LATVIA – GENERAL MATERIALS • LATVIA – NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS • RFE – LATVIA – 1988-1989 • Radio Free Europe – LATVIA • LATVIA: RADIO LIBERTY • (unlabeled) • LEGATION OF LATVIA (Washington, DC) • new tab: Lithuania • LITHUANIA – GENERAL MATERIALS • LITHUANIA – NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS • RFE – Lithuania 1988-89 • RFE: 1987 – Lithuania • RADIO LIBERTY: LITHUANIA GENERAL June 1979

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with three tabs. • Lithuania: AUSRA (Samizdat) • COALITION TO FREE PETKUS AND GAJAUSKAS • LITHUANIAN AMERICAN COUNCIL • Lithuanian Catholic Religious Aid • LITHUANIAN FREEDOM LEAGUE • Pastogs (Shelter) Lithuanian Samizdat Journal • Lithuania: Catholic Committee for the Defense of the Rights of Believers in the USSR • Lithuania: CHRONICLE OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN LITHUANIA • LITHUANIAN HELSINKI GROUP • Lithuanian Information Center • Lithuanian Information Center • new tab: BULGARIA • new tab: BULGARIA • Crowell & Moring • Bulgaria • BULGARIA-NEWSPAPER ITEMS • BULGARIA-GENERAL MATERIALS • RFE BULGARIA !(1989)! • BULGARIA. The Association of Bulgarian Lawyers for Human Rights • Bulgaria – 1988 – RFE • RFE – 1987 Bulgaria • RFE – 1986 – Bulgaria • RFE – 1985 – Bulgaria • (unlabeled) • RFE: BULGARIA January 1983- • RFE: BULGARIA September 1981 – Dec. 1982 • (unlabeled) • COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA • new tab: CZECHOSLOVAKIA • CZECHOSLOVAKIA – RFE – 1989 • CZECH – RFE – 1988 • RFE-1987-Czech. • RFE Czech 1986 • Czech. RFE April ’85 – Oct ‘85 • RFE Czech. 1984 • RFE Czech. 1983 • Czech. RFE Feb ‘82 • RFE Czech. 1981 • Czech RFE 1979-1980 • (unlabeled) • CZECHOSLOVAKIA – Newspaper Clippings • CHARTER 77 & COMMITTEE FOR THE DEFENSE OF THE UNJUSTLY (VOWS) PERSECUTED, CZECHOSLOVAKIA • CHARTER 77 FOUNDATION • (unlabeled) • (unlabeled) • Czechoslovak National Council of America (Anna Faltus material) • (unlabeled)

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • (unlabeled) • PHILIPPINES – Asian Legal Research Institute Questionnaire • ASIA – Asian Women’s Research and Action Network (AWRAN) Phil. • PHILIPPINES _ Asia-Pacific Mission for Migrant Filipinos HK • Phil: APPFPD, Asia pacific peoples forum on peace and development • PHILIPPINES – Association of Major Religious Superiors (AMRSP) Phil. • ASSOC. OF PRIVATE VOLUNTARY ORGS. IN BAGUIO & BENGUET, INC. (APVOBBI) • PHILIPPINES – Association of Progressive Filipinos BINHI • PHILIPPINES – Ateneo Human Rights Center / PHIL. HR MONITOR • PHILIPPINES – AUSCULTA Service Consortium Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Citizens Alliance for Consumer Protection (CACP) Phil • PHILIPPINES – Citizens Council for Justice and Peace (CCJP-DAvao) ISsues • PHILIPPINES – Baganian Aggrupation for Devt Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (BAYAN) Phil • PHILIPPINES – BALAI Asian Journal Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Balikatan at Ugnayang Nagalaayong…(BUNSO) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Basic Christian Community Community Organizing (BCC-CO) Phil • PHILIPPINES – CAUSE Philippines USA • PHILIPPINES – Center for Labor Educ , Assistance & Research (CLEAR) • PHILIPPINES – Center for Women’s Resources • PHILIPPINES – Centre for the Devt of Human Resources in Rural Asia / ASIA • PHILIPPINES – Centre on Ecumenical Devt Actions & Research (CEDAR) Phil • PHILIPPINES – Children’s Rehabilitation Center • PHILIPPINES – Church Coalition for HR in the Philippines/Phil Witness USA • PHILIPPINES – Christian Urgent Action Network (CUANES) • PHILIPPINES – Church Data Center Church Chronicle • PHILIPPINES – Church Office for Intl Relations and News Analysis (CONTAK) • PHILIPPINES – Citizens Legal Assistance Office (CLAO) • PHILIPPINES – Civil Liberties Union of the Philippines (CLUP) • PHILIPPINES – Committee for Justice for Domingo and Viernes • PHILIPPINES – Committee for Philippine Concerns • PHILIPPINES – Commission on Filipino Migrant Workers Kabisig Italy • PHILIPPINES – Commission on Human Rights (CHR) • PHILIPPINES – Commission on Trade Union and Human Rights • PHILIPPINES – Community-Based Health Development Program (CBHDP) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Community Health Education, Services, Trng. in the Cord. Region (CHESTCORE) • PHILIPPINES – Communications Foundation for Asia (CFA) • PHILIPPINES – Concerned Lawyers Union Of Mindanao (COLUMN) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Congress for People’s Agrarian Reform (CPAR) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Congress Task Force • PHILIPPINES – Cordillera People’s Alliance (CPA) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Cordillera People’s Cntr. for Indigenous People’s Rights • PHILIPPINES – Cordillera Women’s Education and Resource Center, Inc. • PHILIPPINES – Council for Primary Health Care (CPHC) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Crossroads Publications, Inc. PHIL. AGENDA • PHILIPPINES – Davao Lady Lawyers Association (DALLAS) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Development Education Media Services Foundation, Inc. • PHILIPPINES – Ecumenical Center for Development (ECD) Phil • PHILIPPINES – Ecumenical Commission for Displaced Families and Communities • PHILIPPINES – Ecumenical Committee on Tourism Concerns • PHILIPPINES – Ecumenical Movement for JUstice and Peace/J & P REVIEW Phil • PHILIPPINES – Ecumenical Movement for Justice and Peace • PHILIPPINES – Ecumenical Partnership for International Concerns • PHILIPPINES – Educational Discipline for Cult.Arts Devt and Serv (EDCADS) • PHILIPPINES – Episcopal Commission for Tribal Filipinos (ECTF) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Ethnic Studies & Development Center (ESDEC) Phil • PHILIPPINES – Families of Victims of Involuntary Disappearances (FIND) Phil • PHILIPPINES – Filipino People’s Committee for the Int’l Tribunal • PHILIPPINES – Filippijnengroep Nederland Neth • PHILIPPINES – Forum for Rural Concerns • PHILIPPINES – Forum Ilocandia Silaw ti Amianan • PHILIPPINES – Free Legal Assistance Group (FLAG) • PHILIPPINES – Free Legal Assistance Group (FLAG) Phil • PHILIPPINES – FLAG Human Rights Foundation Phil. • PHILIPPINES. Friends of Filipino Migrant Workers, Inc. (KAIBIGAN) • PHILIPPINES – Friends of the Filipino People • PHILIPPINES – Friends of the Filipino People FFP Syracuse Newsletter USA • PHILIPPINES – Friends of the Filipino People FFP Bulletin USA • PHILIPPINES. Gabriela. • PHILIPPINES – Gen. Assembly Binding Women… (GABRIELA) • PHILIPPINES – Groupe Information Philippines France • PHILIPPINES – IBON Databank Philippines Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Institute for Popular Democracy (IPD) • PHILIPPINES – Institute of Religion and Culture Philippines, Inc. • PHILIPPINES – Institute of Women’s Studies (IWS) /St. Scholastica’s Phil • PHILIPPINES – Integrated Bar of the Philippines • PHILIPPINES – Integrated Bar of the Phil-Spl Commission on Law & Justice • PHILIPPINES – Inter-church Center for Development (ICED) / Ekklesia Phil • PHILIPPINES – Inter-Church Development Education Agency, Inc. • PHILIPPINES – Intl Assn of Fil Patriots Phil Liberation Courier USA • PHILIPPINES – Intl Fact Finding Mission Nov. 28-Dec. 10, 1988

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • ENVIRONMENT LIAISON CENTRE (ELC) (KENYA) publishes ECOFORUM • EPER: Entraide Protestante Suisse • EQUITABLE TOURISM OPTIONS (EQUATIONS) • ETHICS & Public Policy Center • EUROPEAN CONFERENCE JUSTITA ET PAIX CONTINUITY COMMITTEE • EUROPEAN CONSULTATION ON REFUGEES & EXILES (ECRE) • (unlabeled) • European Human Rights Reports. • European Parliament • SOCIALIST Group • EVANGELISCHER PRESSEDIENST • FACING HISTORY AND OURSELVES • OXENDEN ADVENTURE • V. FEDERAL UNION OF EUROPEAN NATIONALITIES • (International Abolitionnist Federatio FEDERATION ABOLITIONNISTE INTERNATIONAL • General. Federation Internationale Des Droits de L’Homme. • INTERNATIONAL. Federation Internationale des Prafesseurs de l’Enseignement Secondaire Officiel • V – FEDERATION OF AMERICAN SCIENTISTS – 1 • LA FEDERATION RAMANDE DES MOUVEMENTS NON-VIOLENTS • Federazione Organism Cristiani di Servizo Internazionale Volontario • Fellowship of Reconciliation • (unlabeled) • Fondation Internationale pour la Promotion des Droits de l’Homme par l’audioyisue1 • FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION (FAO) • Genearl FORD FOUNDATION • FOUNDATION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS • Foundation for International Studies The Mediterranean Institute – HR prog. • FOUNDATION FOR WOMEN’S HEALTH RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (FORWARD) • V THE FOUNDING CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY • FOURTH FREEDOM FORUM • FOURTH WORLD: FOR SMALL NATIONS, SMALL COMMUNITIES AND THE HUMAN SPIRIT • GENERAL. Fourth World Movement. • Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute • FREE TRADE UNION INSTITUTE • Freedom Foundation at Valley Forge • GENERAL Freedom House. • FREEDOM NOW! CAMPAIGN FOR AMNESTY & HR FOR POLITICAL PRISONERS IN THE US • Freedom of Faith • Freedom of Information Act • Freedom of Information Center • Friend in the Orient Committee • Friends Committee on National Legislation • Friends Committee for World Consultation • Friends in the West • Friends of the Third World • Fund for New Priorities in America • Fund for Open Information and Accountability • FUND FOR PEACE WASHINGTON, DC • GENOCIDE • (unlabeled) • (unlabeled) • V – GLOBAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATES, THE ASSOCIATES NEWSLETTER – 1 • GLOBAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATES • GLOBAL EXCHANGE / USA • GLOBAL OPTIONS USA • GENERAL _ The Grand Bahama Human Rights Association. • THE GRAPEVINE • GRASSROOTS INTERNATIONAL • GREENSBORO CIVIL RIGHTS FUND & GREENSBORO JUSTICEW FUND • HABITAT INTERNATIONAL COALITION (Mexico) • HARVARD – GUATEMALA PROJECT • Harvard School of Public Health / and human rights group • HELP THE AGED • HEMLOCK • (unlabeled) • (unlabeled) • (unlabeled)

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with two tabs. • WASHINGTON OFFICE ON HAITI • new tab: LATIN AMERICA • FAIRNESS & ACCURACY IN REPORTING • FEDERACION LATINOAMERICANA DE ASOC. DE FAMILIARES…. (FEDEFAM) – LA Gen. #1488 • FELLOWSHIP OF RECONCILIATION TASK FORCE ON LATIN AMERICA & THE CARIBBEAN • FUNDALATIN – LA General #1489 Congreso Latinoamericana de Familiares.. Jan. 1981. Costa Rica • FUNDACION DE ESTUDIOS E INVESTIGACIONES LATINOAMERICANOS (FEILAT) “AMANECER” • Grupo De Iniciativa Para Una Convencion Internacional Contra La Desaparicion Forzada De Personas • HABEAS LA General #325 • INFORMATION SERVICES ON LA LA GENERAL (Sample of pat. Only) #1616 • INFORMATIONSSTELLE LATEINAMERIKA (ILA) WEST GERMANY • Instituto Andino de Estudios Sociales INANDES • INSTITUTO INDIGENISTA INTERAMERICANO • (Inter-American Indian Institute) LA • INSTITUTO LATINOAMERICANO DE ESTUDIOS TRANSNACIONALES • INSTITUTO LATINOAMERICANO DE INVESTIGACIONES SOCIALES (ILDIS) • INTER-AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR DEMOCRACY AND FREEDOM (LA) • INTER-AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION (IABA) USA • INTER-AMERICAN BAR FOUNDATION (IABF) USA • INTER-AMERICAN COMMISSION ON H.R. General Material • INTER-AMERICAN COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS: Articles on the IACHR • L. AMERICA Instituto Latino-americano de Servicios Legales ALTERNATIVOS. • INSTITUTO INTERAMERICANO DE DERECHOS HUMANOS (IIDH) – LA General • INTER-AMERICAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS General material – LA General • INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK • INTER-AMERICAN FOUNDATION • INTER-AMERICAN FOUNDATION SEMINAR 1977 • LATIN AMERICA. Inter-American Indian Institute. • INTER-AMERICAN LEGAL SERVICES ASSOC. LA General (ILSA) • INTER-AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION GENERAL MATERIAL • INTER-AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION IAPA UPDATE • LATIN AMERICA Inter-American Institute of Human Rights. • INTER-AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION IAPA NEWS • V – Inter-American Press Assoc. • INTER_CHURCH COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RIGHTS IN LATIN AMERICA: General • new tab: WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA (WOLA) • WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA LA GENERAL

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with one tab. • WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA (WOLA – UPDATE 1980) • WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA --- ARGENTINA--- • WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA ---BOLIVIA--- • WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA ---BRAZIL--- • WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA ---CENTRAL AMERICA--- • WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA ---CHILE--- • WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA ---COLOMBIA--- • WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA ---COSTA RICA--- • WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA ---EL SALVADOR--- • WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA ---GENERAL AND INTERNAL DOCUMENTS--- • WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA ---GRENADA--- • WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA ---HONDURAS--- • WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA ---NICARAGUA--- • WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA ---PANAMA--- • WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA ---PARAGUAY--- • WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA ---PERU--- • WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA ---URUGUAY--- • new tab: (unlabeled) • V-1 World Confederation of Labour LA Gen. • V-1 World Federation of Democratic Youth LA Gen. • V-1 United Nations LA Gen. • WOLA: Cuba: US Policy towards e. 1976 • WOLA: CUBA. The Churches in Cuba. 1977-1978 • 1974 – 77 – WOLA – PRESS CLIPS • WOLA: Cuba / U.S. Embargo Congressional Records + Statements 1973 – 1977 • DOM REP CGT Central General de Trabajadores (WOLA) • G + W – NCC letter gulf + wester 1976- • WOLA FILE: 1978 DOM. REP ELECTION IRREGULARITIES • DOM. REP NEWS CLIPPINGS AND PRESS 1977 and back • DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – WOLA 1975 • CONSEJO DE EDUCACION DE ADULTOS DE AMERICA LATINA (CEAAL) • FINDING – Free Individuals Disappeared in Guatemala • FUNDACION DE AYUDA SOCIAL DE LAS IGLESIAS CRISTIANAS • GRUPO DE APOYO MUTUO GAM-GUATEMALA • GRUPO DE INICIATIVA PARA UNA CONVENCION INTERNATIONAL CONTRA LA DESAPARACION FORZADA DE PERSONAS • HAITI

383

Newsletters, conference proceedings, reports, press clippings, newspapers, pamphlets 1964-1992 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa

Mediums / types include: Newsletters, conference proceedings, reports, press clippings, newspapers, pamphlets

Societies / major themes include: Folder 1: Various South Africa, 1964-1992: Centre for Applied Legal Studies, Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security, US Department of State, UN Special Committee Against Apartheid, Foreign Affairs, Madison Area Comittee on Southern Africa, ELTSA Newsletter no. 39, "Call for Intensified Sanctions by Church and Labour Leaders in South Africa", "Canada's New Policy in Southern Africa", "The Status of Apartheid under International Law", "Gender and Economic Policy in a Democratic South Africa", Boycott Shell Bulletin No. 17 Folder 2: United States Anti-Apartheid Newsletter, 1991-92: Vol. 4, No. 2; Vol.5, No. 1 Folder 3: Sanctions Barometer, 1990: No's 1-6 Folder 4: ICABA: Newsletter of the International Campaign Against Banking on Apartheid, 1990-91: No's 10-12 Folder 5: CIDMAA Sanctions Dossier Folder 6: Various South Africa, 1983-91: Centre for Applied Legal Studies, University of Capetown Institute of Criminology Folder 7: Various South Africa, 1967- 90: International Defence & Aid Fund, Raymond Suttner Support Group, Detainees Aid Committee, International Conference on Children Repression and the Law in Apartheid South Africa, Lawyers for Human Rights Folder 8: Various South Africa, 1982-91: The Bata Companies in South Africa, South Africa Congress of Trade Unions Solidarity Comittee (Canada) Guide to Canadian Collaboration with Apartheid, Commission of Inquiry into Oukasie Violence, Phola Park 10th - 13th September 1990 as Witnessed by the Residents, South African Research Service Unfoldered Periodicals: Africa Perspective, 1980-87, 89: No's 16-26; New Series Vol. 1, No's 1-4, 7-8

Azania: Press Cuttings on South Africa,1984-86: No's 1-2, 19-38

Challenge, 1991-94: No's 1, 5-22

Work In Progress, 1985-89; No's 35-61

384

Newsletters, conference proceedings, reports, press clippings, newspapers, pamphlets 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa

Mediums / types include: Newsletters, conference proceedings, reports, press clippings, newspapers, pamphlets

Societies / major themes include: ANC Weekly News Briefing, 1983-89: Volumes 7-13

385

Subject files 

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with two tabs. • PHILIPPINES – Phil Support Group Newsletter Kasama • PHILIPPINES – Philippine Women’s Research Collective Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Philippine Workers Support Committee (PWSC) USA • PHILIPPINES – Pilipina Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Pilipina legal Resources Center, Inc. • PHILIPPINES – Pilipinas for Education, Law Reform… (PERLAS) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Participatory Research… (PROCESS) • PHILIPPINES – PROCESS Phil • PHILIPPINES – Presidential Commission on Urban Poor (PCUP) • PHILIPPINES – Promotion of Church People’s Rights (PCPR) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Protestant Lawyers League of the Philippines PROTEST • PHILIPPINES – Office of Legal Aid, University of the Philippines • ASIA – Regional council for Human Rights In Asia Phil • PHILIPPINES – Resource Center for Philippine Concerns (RCPC) • PHILIPPINES – Rural Enlightenment and Accretion in Phil Society (REAPS) Phil • PHILIPPINES – Rural missionaries of the Philippines (RMP) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Samahan ng mga Ex-Det… (SELDA) • PHILIPPINES – Senate Committee on Just. & Human Rights Phil • PHILIPPINES – Sentro ng Batas Pang-tao (BATAS) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Structural Alternative Legal Assistance for Grassroots • PHILIPPINES – Student Christian Movement of the Philippines • PHILIPPINES – Synapses USA • PHILIPPINES – Tanggapang Panligal… (PANLIPI) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Task Force Detainees of the Philippines-Mindanao/MONITOR Phil • PHILIPPINES – Task Force Detainees of the Phil-NCR/Maynila Phil • PHILIPPINES – Task Force Detainees of the Phil-Visayas Visayas Monitor • PHILIPPINES – Task Force Detainees of the Phil-Central Luzon Paglaya • PHILIPPINES – Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP) • PHILIPPINES – Third World Resource Society (TWRS) Phil • ASIA – Third World Movt Against the Exploitation of Women Phil • PHILIPPINES – Third World Studies Center (TWSC) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Trend REsearchers and Analysts, Inc. TREND FOCUS Phil • PHILIPPINES – Tunay na Alyansa ng Bayan Alay sa Katutubo (TABAK) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – Union of Journalists of the Philippines (UJP) Phil. • PHILIPPINES – U.S. Congress • PHILIPPINES – University Center for Human Rights Education (UCHURE) • PHILIPPINES – United Church of Christ in the Phil- HR Desk HR ADVOCATE • PHILIPPINES – University of the Phil Law Complex • PHILIPPINES – Urban Poor Assistance Center • PHILIPPINES – Visayas Ecumenical Mvment for Justice and Peace (VEMJP) • PHILIPPINES – Visayas Human Development Agency, Inc. • PHILIPPINES – Visayas Secertariate for Social Action/EVENTS Phil • PHILIPPINES – VLAARDINGEN-BACOLOD CITIES FRIENDSHIP TIES & COOPERATIONS • PHILIPPINES – WE Forum • PHILIPPINES – The Wednesday Fellowship • PHILIPPINES – Workers’ College –Cntr for Comm Serv/DAMA • SIKKIM – general • PHILIPPINES – Women Studies and Resource Center (WSRC) Phil. • new tab: SINGAPORE • SINGAPORE – Anonymous letters • SINGAPORE – General • SINGAPORE – Arrests: 1987 • SINGAPORE – Geyland Catholic Center • SINGAPORE – Intl Movement for Apostolate on Children (IMAC) Sing. • SINGAPORE – Singapore Law Society • SINGAPORE – Third Stage • new tab: SRI LANKA • SRI LANKA • SRI LANKA – General • SRI LANKA Asia Solidarity Links for Sri Lanka. • SRI LANKA – Embassy of Sri Lanka • SRI LANKA – Catholic Commission for Justice, Peace and Human Devt SriL • SRI LANKA – Center for Society and REligion SriL • SRI LANKA – Central British Fund for Tamil Reugees Rehab UK • SRI LANKA – Christian Worker’s Fellowship CHRISTIAN WORKER SriL • SRI LANKA – Civil Rights Movement of Sri Lanka (CRM) SriL • SRI LANKA – Colombo Study Circle SriL • SRI LANKA – Coordinating Secretariat for Plantation Areas SriL • SRI LANKA – Council for Communal Harmony Through the Media SriL • SRI LANKA – Ecumenical Institute for Study and Dialogue SriL • SRI LANKA – Eelam Tamils Assn of America USA • SRI LANKA – _Home for Human Rights Sri L- • HUMAN RIGHTS IN SRI LANKA UNITED KINGDOM • SRI LANKA – Human Rights Organisation SriL • SRI-LANKA – International Centre for Ethnic Studies SriL • SRI LANKA – International Peace Research Institute Nor • SRI LANKA – Inter-University Students Federation – SriL • SRI LANKA - .Lanka Guardian • LAW & SOCIETY TRUST SRI LANKA • LAWYERS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEVELOPMENT (SRI LANKA) • SRI LANKA – London Tamil Forum UK • SRI LANKA – The Marga Institute SriL

386

Newsletters, conference proceedings, reports, press clippings, newspapers, pamphlets 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa

Mediums / types include: Newsletters, conference proceedings, reports, press clippings, newspapers, pamphlets

Societies / major themes include: Folder 1: South Africa Labor, 1986: Black Migrant Worker’s Rights in South Africa Folder 2: Human Awareness Program, 1989-90: Land In South Africa, Break Time! Folder 3: South Africa Labor, 1983-84: Labour Migrancy and the Independent Unions in South Africa, Metalworkers in South Africa Folder 4: The New African, 1991: Vol. 3, No’s 21-22, 25 Folder 5: NAMDA News, 1988-90: June 1988, September 1988; Vol. 3, No’s 1-3; Vol. 4, No. 1 Folder 6: UN Centre Against Apartheid Notes and Documents, 1985-88 Folder 7: Institute for Contextual Theology, 1990-91: ICT News, Vol. 9, No. 1; various publications Folder 8: Various South Africa, 1987, 90: Sheffield Anti-Apartheid Movement, Sunday Tribune, COSATU press statement, This Week In South Africa, various scanned articles, press clippings Folder 9: Various South Africa labor, 1982, 86, 88, 92: International Defence & Aid Fund, Proceedings of the Labour Law Conference 1988, Overview of the Industrial Court,Memorandum on the Labour Relations Amendment Act No. 83 of 1988, International Centre for Trade Union Rights, South African Agency for Industrial Mission Folder 10: Workers’ Unity: Organ of the South African Congress of Trade Unions, 1983-86: No’s 36-64, 67 Folder 11: South African Congress of Trade Unions SACTU News Flashes, 1986-89: No’s 19-28, 30-35 Folder 12: SACTU statements, press releases, reports, pamphlets, 1978-86 Folder 13: Various South Africa, 1976, 83, 86, 91-92: Transvaal Rural Action Committee, Unesco, Forced Removals in South Africa: The SPP Reports, UN General Assembly report, Centre for Applied Legal Studies, CIDMAA Folder 14: Various South Africa, 1989-90, 93: Independent Board of Inquiry, South Africa Inside, IGFM, Monitor Folder 15: Children’s rights in South Africa: FIDH, UNICEF, The Children’s Charter of South Africa, Mouvement anti-apartheid de Suisse, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights Folder 16: Women’s rights in South Africa: The Federation of Transvaal Women, The Minority Rights Group Folder 17: Education in South Africa: South Africa Education Trust Fund, Popular Education Research and Training Bulletin Unfoldered items: International Labour Conference reports, 1978-85 The Journal of the Human Rights Trust: Monitor, 1988-91

387

Serial publications 

Scope and Content Note

Serial publications.

CALC Report (Clergy and Laity Concerned); issues: Sept. 1976 Jan.-Feb., Apr.-Dec. 1977 Jan.-May, Sept., Nov.-Dec. 1978 Feb., Apr.-May, Jul.-Nov. 1979 Vol.I.1 Vol.VI.2-8 Vol.VII.1-5 Vol.VIII.1-5, 7-8 Vol.IX.1 Vol.X.6-8 Vol.XI.1-5 Vol.XII.1-6 Vol.XIII.1-5 Vol.XIV.1-6 Vol.XV.1 CALC In House Newsletter

Common Concern; issues: 20-48, 50-59

The Candle; issues: Fall 1984 Fall, Winter 1985 May, Winter 1986 Fall, Winter 1987 Fall 1988 Fall 1989 Fall ‘90

388

Subject files 

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Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • Holocaust / Human Rights Research Project • HOOVER INSTITUTE • V. HOUSMAN’S BOOKSHOP (PEACE NEWS TRUSTEES, LTD) U.K. • HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCATES • HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCATES INTL. • HUMAN RIGHTS AND DOC & INFO SYSTEM HURIDOCS (General) • (unlabeled) • HUMAN RIGHTS CENTER / UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA • HUMAN RIGHTS FUND FOR INDIGENOUS PEOPLES (UK) • HUMAN RIGHTS NETWORK • HUMAN RIGHTS: NEWSCLIPPINGS GENERAL • V. HUMAN RIGHTS GROUP (SCOTLAND) • Human Rts, Intl Financial Institutions: USA • HUMAN RIGHTS POLITICAL ACTION • Human Rights Resource Center (USA) • Human Rights Resource Centre (UK) • Human Rights Teaching & Research • GENERAL Human Rights Unit Commonwealth Secretariat. • HUMANITAS INTERNATIONAL • HUNGER PROJECT • HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH • GENERAL Human Rights Worldwode (HRW) . • GLOBAL PAGES • IGNACIO MARTIN-BARO FUND FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND MENTAL HEALTH • IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST • INDEPENDENT BUREAU FOR HUMANITARIAN ISSUES • (unlabeled) • V. INDIGENOUS PEOPLES Gen pubs + news clippings • (unlabeled) • V – INFANT FORMULA ACTION COALITION – INFACT NEWSLETTER – 1 • INTERNATIONAL. Innovations et Reseaux pour le Developpement (IRED). • INSTITUT DE FORMATION • INSTITUTE FOR CULTURAL Prog. • INSTITUTE FOR DVLPMNT STUDIES, UNIV OF SUSSEX • V- INSTITUTE FOR FOOD & DEVELOPMENT POLICY – 1 • V – US – INSTITUTE FOR EDUCATION IN PEACE AND JUSTICE – 1 • Institute for Global Education • Hubert Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs • Institute for International Peace Studies • The Institute for Justice and Human Rights (Journal) • Institute for Philosophy & Public Policy • V – IPS MILITARISM AND DISARMAMENT PROJECT – 1 • V – INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES – OTHER MATERIAL – 1 • INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENT • V - - INSTITUTE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF INDIAN LAW – 1 • INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF GENOCIDE (THE ISG NEWSLETTER) • INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF WORLD POLITICS • GENERAL Institute For Transportation And Development Policy • INSTITUTE FOR VICTIMS OF TERRORISM / TRAUMA • INSTITUTE FOR WORLD ORDER • INSTITUTE OF HUMAN RELATIONS at Loyola University • Institute of the Int’l Conference on the Holocaust & Genocide • INSTITUTE OF INT LAW & ECONOMIC DVLPMNT • INTERNATIONAL. Institute of Race Relations. • (unlabeled) • (unlabeled) • INSTITUTE ON THE CHURCH IN URBAN INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY (ICUIS) USA • INTEGRATED HUMAN RIGHTS PROGRAM LUND UNIVERSITY, SWEDEN • Interdoc • INTERDOC FICHE FLIERS • INTERFAITH CENTER ON CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY • INTER-FAITH JUSTICE & PEACE CENTER • INTERNATIONAL. Intergovernmental Comittee for Migration. • INTER-HEMISPHERIC EDUCATION RESOURCE CENTER • Int’l Commission for the Coordination of Solidarity Among Sugar Workers • International Commission of Health Professionals • Int’l Commission of Jurists • INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION OF THE RED CROSS (thesis material) • INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE RED CROSS

389

Serial publications. 

Scope and Content Note

Serial publications.

Etudes Africaines du Crisp T.A. 123–128, 131–132

Facts and Reports (Press cuttings on Southern Africa) (1979-85) Index vol. 8, 13 v. 9, no. J-K, P-Y (1978) v. 10, no. 1, B-Z v. 11, no. A-Z v. 12, no. A-K, M-Z v. 13, no. A-I, K-Z v. 14, no. A-Z v. 15, no. A-Z

390

Subject files 

Scope and Content Note

Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • Richards, David A.J. • Richards, Peter J. • Rieber, Roger • Riedel, Eibe H. • Robertson, A.H. • Rodriguez, Jorge • ROGERS, BARBARA • Rogers, John M. • Rogers, William D. • Jon Rohde • ROHR, LUISA • Rojas, Fernando • Rolz-Bennett, Jose • Running, Neale C. • Roosevelt, Curtis • Roosevelt, Eleanor • (unlabeled) • Rosen, Sonia • ROSENNE, SHABTAI • Rosensaft, Menachem Z. • Ross, Thomas B. • Rossi, Philip J. • Rostow, Eugene V. • (unlabeled) • Rowe, Edward Thomas • Rowles, Jim • Rubin, Gary • Ruddick, Jane • Rumble, Wilfred E. • Runyon, Charles • Rush, Sharon E. • Rusinow, Dennison I. • A – RWELAMIRA, MEDARD R. • Rwezaura. B.A. • (unlabeled) • Ryan, Joe • (unlabeled) • Sabuncu.M.Y. • (unlabeled) • SAFI, RAFIQ • Said, Abdul Aziz and Ryson, Brady and Nasser, Jamil • Saksena, K.P. • Salmi, Jamil • Salzberg, John P. • Samaraweera, Vijaya • Samson, K. T. • Samuels, J. W. • Sandler, Hector • Sarmiento, Abraham F. • Savage, Donald C. • SATHYARAJ, RANJIT • Savage, Mark • (unlabeled) • SCARRITT, JAMES R. • Schaap, William H. • Schachter, Oscar • Schaeffer, Eugene • Schatz, Barbara • Scheman, Ronald • (unlabeled) • Schiffer Dunes Beatriv • (unlabeled) • Schirmer, Daniel B. • SCHIRMER, JENNIFER G. • Schissler, Jakob Dr. • Schlafly, Phyllis • Schlueter, Bernhard • Schmanelt, Raymond H. • Schmidhauser, John R. • Schmidt, Peter • Schmink, Marianne • chneide Schneider.Robin • Schochet, Gordon J. • Harris O. Schoenberg • (unlabeled) • (unlabeled) • Schrire, R. A. • Schroeder, Richard C. • Schuler, Margaret A. • (unlabeled) • Schwartz, David R. • (unlabeled) • (unlabeled) • Schwelb, Egon • Schwelb, Egon & Alston, Philip • (unlabeled) • Scoville, Herbert Jr. • (unlabeled) • Selassie, Girma, Wolde • Selcher, Wayne A. Dr. •

391

Reports 

Scope and Content Note

Languages include: English, French

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes reports from various committees/commissions, including: • European Convention on Human Rights • Council of Europe • Anti-Defamation League • European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms

392

Reports, serial publications 

Scope and Content Note

Serial publications and reports including: • The Free Romanian • Helsinki Watch • Radio Free Europe • Amnesty International

393

Statements, serial publications 

Scope and Content Note

Languages: English, Romanian

Statements on Romania from: • Committee for Human Rights in Romania Serial publications from: • Free Romania Press o 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 • Romanul Liber o 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995

394

Reports 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports, minutes

Societies / major themes include: Box includes Council of Europe reports from the European Court of Human Rights

395

Reports 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes Council of Europe reports from the European Commission of Human Rights.

396

Reports 1972, 1979, 1981-89, 1991-92, 1995 

Scope and Content Note

Years: 1972, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1995

Countries / places include: Various

Mediums / types include: Reports

Societies / major themes include: Box includes Council of Europe reports from including: European Court of Human Rights (court decisions)

397

Serial publications 

398

Serial publications, reports 1976-1997 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa, Canada, Australia, Indonesia

Mediums / types include: Newsletters, conference proceedings, reports, press clippings, newspapers, pamphlets

Societies / major themes include: Folder 1: Black Sash reports: “Inside South Africa’s Death Factory”, “Black Sash Involvement in the re-launch of the South African Society for the Abolition of the Death Penalty”, “The Current State of Black Pensions in South Africa”, “The Bophuthatswana Story” Folder 2: South Africa Watch, 1991: No’s 42, 44-47 Folder 3: Various South Africa, 1976-94: OXFAM Canada, APDUSA Views No’s 41-42, Southern Africa Project No. 1, Indicator SA Issue Focus “Capturing the Event: Conflict Trends in the Natal Region 1986-1992”, M.P. Naicker “Defiance Campaign In South Africa”, “South Africa’s Bantustans”, Africa Today Vol. 41, No. 1 Folder 4: Various South Africa, 1986-90: Ravan Press, South African Catholic Bishops Conference, University of Criminology Institute of Criminology, Centre for Applied Legal Studies, Human Rights Commission, International Commission of Jurists, Community Law Centre Folder 5: Various South Africa, 1992-96: Human Rights Commission, AFRA News No. 37, Negotation News No. 12, The Africa Fund, International Defence & Aid Fund (IDAF) Information Notes & Briefings No. 91, IMCS Documentation and Information Centre No. 1 ,PLANACT 1993/94 Annual Report, Institute for the Study of Public Violence Folder 6: Helen Suzman Foundation Focus Letter, 1996-97: No’s 2-4, 6 Folder 7: Various South Africa, 1985-92: The Labour Chronicle February 1992, Yale Journal of International Law, United States Institute, Lesotho Law Journal, African Farmer No. 5, TEP Update Vol. 7, No. 1 Folder 8: Various South Africa: The Ottawa Citizen 1996 article on Terry Hirst, African Voices: A Newsletter on Democracy and Governance in Africa Vo. 4, No. 3, Message from UNICEF ESARO, Report to the ACC on the Special Initiative on Africa, Horn of Africa Policy Group (HAPG) documents Folder 9: Various Canadian and Australian reports on international development, 1995-96: Handwritten notes of Andre Frouits on Human Rights Council of Australia 1995 meeting, Human Rights Council of Australia reports, Indonesia-Canada Forum reports Periodicals: ACAG/FXI Update: Monthly Bulletin of the Freedom of Expression Institute of South Africa, 1989-1994: 1989: October-December; 1990: January-December; 1991: January, June-September, December; 1992: January-March, June-December; 1993: January-December; 1994: January-February, April-December; 1995: January-May

Development Update: Quarterly Journal of the South African National NGO Coalition and INTERFUND, 1997-98: Vol. 1, No’s 2-3; Vol. 2, No’s 1-2

Focus on Political Repression in Southern Africa: News Bulletin of the International Defence & Aid Fund, 1976-90: No’s 2-4, 7-8, 10-11, 15, 18-26, 28-80

Work In Progress, 1980-84: No’s 11-34

399

Serial publications 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa

Mediums / types include: Newsletters, conference proceedings, reports, press clippings, newspapers, pamphlets

Societies / major themes include: National Committee Against Removals (NCAR): various memoranda, reports

Periodicals: Human Awareness Program (HAP) Change Newsletter, 1982-87: 1982: January-December; 1983: January-December; 1984: January-December; 1985: January-December; 1986: January-December; 1987: January

Land Update: A Publication of the National Land Committee (Formerly National Committee Against Removals), 1990-93: No's 1-28

South African History Update (SAHA) History in the Making, 1990-91: Vol. 1, No's 1-4

Sechaba: Official Organ of the African National Congress South Africa, 1975-90: Vol. 9, No's 2, 8-9; Vol. 10, No. 2 Vol. 12, No. 1; 1980: February; 1981: January, November-December; 1982: February, April-December; 1983: January-December; 1984: January-May, July-December; 1985: January-December; 1986: November; 1987: April, June-July; 1988: August-September; 1989: February-March, May; 1990: May-December

The Rock: Newsletter of the ANC Women's League, 1992: Vol. 1, No's 1-2, 4-5

400

Serial publications 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa

Mediums / types include: Newsletters, conference proceedings, reports, press clippings, newspapers, pamphlets

Societies / major themes include:

Periodicals: Civil Liberty Agenda (National Council for Civil Liberties), 1995: No. 13 Community Law Center (CLC) Community News/Izindaba, 1993-94: Vol. 3, No. 3; Vol. 4, No’s 1-4 HSRC/RGN In Focus, 1994-95: Vol. 2, No’s 9, 12 Indicator South Africa, 1995-2000: Vol. 12, No’s 3-4; Vol. 13, No’s 1-4; Vol. 14, No’s 1-3; Vol. 15, No’s 1, 3-4; Vol. 16, No’s 1, 3; Vol. 17 No’s 2-3 Indicator South Africa: Crime and Conflict, 1995-98: No’s 2, 4-11 International Update, 1994: November The New African, 1991: No’s 19-20 New Nation, 1991: No’s 618, 621-23 Prodder Newsletter, 1993-96: Vol. 5, No’s 1-2; Vol. 6, No’s 1-2; Vol 7, No’s 1-2, 4; Vol. 8, No. 1 Reconstruct: A Work in Progress supplement, 1993-94: No’s 15-17 Resister (COSAWR), 1980-90: No’s 6-57, 59-67 Sash: The Black Sash Magazine, 1980-: Vol. 21, No. 4; Vol. 22, No's 1-4; Vol. 23, No. 4; Vol. 24, No's 1-4; Vol. 25, No's 1-4; Vol. 26, No's 1-4; Vol. 27, No's 1-4; Vol. 28, No's 1-4; Vol. 29, No's 1-4; Vol. 30, No's 1-4; Vol. 31, No's 1-4; Vol. 32, No's 1-3; Vol. 33, No's 1-3 South Africa Update, 1994: Vol. 3, No. 5 South African Journal of International Affairs (formerly International Affairs Bulletin), 1993-94: Vol. 1, No’s 1-2 TransAct, 1994: Vol. 1, No. 1 Work for Justice, 1994: No. 42

401

Subject files 

Scope and Content Note

Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order. • (unlabeled) • (unlabeled) • Hardin, Garrett • Hardgrave, Robert L. Jr. • Harris, P.B. • Harris, William R. • (unlabeled) • TOM HARKIN • Hartman, Joan F. • Harvard Law School Bulletin • Harvey, Pharis • Haughey, John • Hauser, Rita E. • Hawk, David • Hawkins, Augustus F. • (unlabeled) • Hayden, Thomas • Hayward, Fred M. • Hazard, John N. • HAZLETON, William • HEAPS, David • Hedstrom, John • Heginbotham, Stanley J. • Hehir, Bryan J. • Helleiner, G. K. • Heinz, Wolfgang S. • A – Helms, Jesse • Helling, Lisa L. • Henderson, Conway, W. • Heraud, Guy • Heritier-Auge, Francoise • Hermann, Charles F. and Margaret G. • Hewlett, Silvia Ann • Heymann, Philippe • Hickey, Gerald C. • Higgins, Rosalyn Dr. • Hilmy.N.A. • Hingorani, R. C. Dr. • Hinkley, David and Fagen, Patricia • Hippolyte, Mirlande • Hoare, Samuel • Hochman, Jiri • Hofmann. R. • Holborow, Les • Hollenbach, David • Holland, Joe • Holman, Frank E. • (unlabeled) • Howard, John B.

402

Reports, Periodicals, Books 

Scope and Content Note

Various reports, in English and French: • Amnesty International o 1992, 1997, 1998, 2003 • ECRI o 1999 • MRG Report no. 46 • Centre international pour les droits syndicaux o 1988 • Human Rights Watch / Helsinki o 1996 Periodicals, in English and German: • LIGA Nieuwsbrief voor Mensenrechten o 1991, 1992 • Fatik • Pax Christi International newsletter o No. 9-11, 16-18, 23 • Bruylant • World University Service – Austrian Committee (Information Newsletter) • AIM Review o No. 29-32, 35-37, 41-56 Books: • The Bridge Betrayed • War Crimes in Bosnia-Herzegovina • War Crimes in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Volume II • Psycho-Social Help to War Victims: Women Refugees and Their Families • Bosnia: A Short History • Mass Rape: The War against Women in Bosnia-Herzegovina Reports: • Helsinki Watch o “Destroying Ethnic Identity: The Turks of Bulgaria,” 1986 • United States Institute of Peace o “Three Dimensions of Peacebuilding in Bosnia,” 1999 • Study Circle o “Going to War? Bosnia and Beyond,” 1993 • “Ethnic Cleansing of Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina 1991-1993” • Institutt for menneskerettigheter o “Bosnia and Herzegovina: General Elections 1998” o “Elections to the National Assembly of Republika Srpska” • “State Terror Against the Muslims in Sanjak” •

403

Serial publications, books, nwespapers, various pamphlets 

Scope and Content Note

Serial publications (in Russian and in English): • A Chronicle of Human Rights in the USSR o No. 1-26, 28-33, 35-48 (1972-83) • Prisoner Bulletin (Voice of the Persecuted Church in the Soviet Union) o 1983-90 Book: • Antisemitism in the Former Soviet Union: Report 1995-1997 Newspapers: • Terraviva o 16, 18, 19, 25 June 1993 Various pamphlets (in Russian and in English)

404

Reports, journal issues 

405

Serial publications, programs, books, scans of illustrations, newsclipper clippings 

Scope and Content Note

Serial publications: • Canada Reports (French and English) o Summer 1988 • Briarpatch (Canada) o Vol. 17, no. 1, 9, 10; vol. 18, no. 1, 2, 4 (1988-89) • ThisMagazine (Canada) o Vol. 20, no. 2; Vol. 22, no. 4, 6, 7 (1986, 1988-89) • New Directions (Canada) o Vol. 3, no. 2; vol. 4, no. 2, 3, 6 (1987-89) • Peace Courier (published in Finland; various topics) o No. 10 (1988), No. 1-12 (1989), No. 1-10 (1990) • Bits (South Africa) o No. 2 (1986), no. 3-5 (1987) Program: • Amandla!: Cultural Ensemble of the ANC (Free South Africa tour program) o 1985 • Canadian Association of African Studies (17th Annual Meeting, 11-14 May 1988) • Nelson Mandela: An International Tribute for a Free South Africa (16 April 1990) Book: • Race Relations Survey 1987/88 Various publications: • TCLSAC Reports (Sept. 1984) • rixaka (3/1986) • Cry Freedom • Sals’ Periodicals Catalogue (March 1, 1987) • The Final Chapter: Life in South Africa Today • Human Rights in Ontario • Thoughts on Peace and Security (Jan/Feb 1986, vol. 2 no. 1) • Into the U.S.S.R. (November 1988) Scans of illustrations: • Selection of Anti-Apartheid Cartoons from Around the World (United Nations) Newspaper clippings: • Cartoons 30A • Cry Freedom 30A • South Africa –Culture 30A • Films & Dance & Music 30A Fact sheet: • Profile: South Africa Memoranda / collected correspondences: • The American Jewish Committee o 1980 Loose publications: • Institute for Soviet-American Relations (English, Russian) o 1989 • Silent Testimony of the Persecuted Church o Moscow, June 18, 1984 • International Representation for the Council of Evangelical Baptist Churches of the Soviet Union, Inc. o May, Oct-Nov 1983, Feb 1984

406

Bulletins 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa

Mediums / types include: Bulletins

Societies / major themes include: South African Labour Bulletin (SALB), 1980-93, 1999-2000, 2004: Vol. 5, No. 8; Vol. 6, No’s 1-8; Vol. 7, No’s 1-6, 8; Vol. 8, No’s 1-8; Vol. 9, No’s 1-8; Vol. 10, No’s 1-8; Vol. 11, No’s 1-2, 4, 6-8; Vol. 12, No’s 1-8; Vol. 13, No’s 1-8; Vol. 14, No’s 1-8; Vol. 15, No’s 1-8; Vol. 16, No’s 1-8; Vol. 17, No’s 1-6; Vol. 23, No’s 1-6; Vol. 24, No’s 1-2; Vol. 28, no’s 1-2; Vol. 29, No. 3

407

Pamphlets, scanned articles, memoranda, correspondence, serial publications, reports, conference proceedings, information sheets, newspapers 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: South Africa

Mediums / types include: Pamphlets, scanned articles, memoranda, correspondence, serial publications, reports, conference proceedings, information sheets, newspapers

Societies / major themes include: South Africa, Apartheid, incarceration in apartheid South Africa, the South African legal system, The Upington 26 Folder 1: University of Cape Town Institute of Criminology Folder 2: SJRP & LEAP Institute of Criminology University of Cape Town Developing Justice Series No’s 1-7 Folder 3: SA Constitution Studies Centre, Centre for Applied Legal Studies, Mandela Reeks, The South African Institute of International Affairs Folder 4: OXFAM-Canada South African Observer’s Tour, South African Information Exchange Working Paper No. 19, UN Economic & Social Council report Folder 5: Africa Watch, UNESCO, African Commission on Human and People’s Rights, Cyril Ramaphosa, Justice Moloto Black Lawyers Association, Rory Riordan on Ken Owen’s “These Times, A Decade of South African Politics”, N. Haysom on prison gangs Folder 6: Profile South Africa, International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU) Spotlight on South Africa dispatches September-December 1991, International Defence & Aid fund for Southern Africa, The Journal of the American Medical Association on Apartheid medicine, Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law on amnesty for the South African government, Institute of Criminology on Rape Trauma Syndrome, Women, Children and the Family in a Future Constitutional Order In-House Seminar 1989, Arthur J. Goldberg on The Status of Apartheid under International Law Folder 7: The Nelson Mandela International Reception Committee IRC News No. 1, Lawyers for Human Rights Representation on a Bill of Rights for South Africa, Slabbert 1991 on “South Africa Five Years from Now”, Louise Lussier on Apartheid, Political Prisoner Release Programme Press Statement of Re. Robert McBride, Information Sheet on Declaration of Unrest Areas under Public Safety Amendment Act No. 67 of 1986, DPSC report on implications of the Public Safety Amendment Act, DSG/SARS Information Publication No. 3, Thomas M. Franck on “International Law and South Africa: The United States Response”, US Department of State 1973 on Employment Practices of U.S. Firms in South Africa, African Urban Quarterly, McGivern on “Discrimination and the Law in South Africa”, Nordiska Afrikainstitutet Folder 8: HSRC/RGN Centre for Constitutional Analysis, “A Voter’s Guide to the Election in The Western Cape”, ACAT, South African Information Exchange Working Paper Number 20, British Defence & Aid Fund for South Africa on School Boycotts in South Africa, Catholic Institute of Education Cape Town Information Sheet, African National Congress (ANC) Department of Economic Policy, Various Rory Riordan editorials, Lawyers Against Apartheid (Ottawa), Ellison Kahn: Law Life & Laughter, Bridge 1993 directory of organisations and conference centres in South Africa, Negotiation News No. 13 Folder 9: South African Congress of Trade Unions (SACTU), The South African Institute of International Affairs, International Society for Human Rights, Censorship Focus, African Research and Documentation No. 50, Bram Fischer Q. C., North-South Institute, The International Defense and Aid Fund for Southern Africa (IDAFSA), “’What Westville Thinks’: A Study of Attitudes on the Group Areas Act”, University Publications of America, Church in the World No’s 13, 20-21, CIIR, Roger S. Clark: An Analysis of the Apartheid Convention and the Prohibited Practices Under It, Federation Internationale des Droits de l’Homme Folder 10: Independent Board of Inquiry into Informal Repression, The Washington Post, Amnesty International File on Torture, FXI Update: Freedom of Expression Institute Monthly Bulletin June-August 1995, Vie-Raj: Le Mensuel de l’Association Nationale de Jeunes “Rassemblement. Actions. Jeunesse.” Folder 11: Information Packet from UN Under-Secretary –General for Human Rights Jan Martenson to Laurie S. Wiseberg on General Assembly and Economic and Social Council resolutions concerning South Africa, 1992 Folder 12: Canada-South Africa Cooperation documents Folder 13: South Africa Update, UWC News, ASA News Vol. 23, No’s 1-2, Focus on Africa supplement to ILO Information No’s 3-4, Jan Smuts House News: A quarterly publication of the South African Institute of International Affairs Vol. 1, No’s 1-3, S.A. Barometer: Fortnightly Journal Vol. 5, No’s 3-4, 7, 9, Social Change and Development: Focus on South Africa No. 24, Grahamstown Rural Committee G.R.C Newsletter No’s 28-29 Folder 14: U.S. Committee for Refugees, Outside Info: Newsletter published by Working Group Kairos Vol. 1, No. 1, Community Law Centre CLC News/Izindaba, Southern Africa Chronicle Vol. 14, No. 11, AWEPAA News Bulletin Vol. 6, No. 1, IDASA Update February 1992, Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility: The Corporate Examiner Vol. 20, No. 5-6, HSRC/RGN Centre for Constitutional Analysis, ESR Review: Economic and Social Rights in South Africa Vol. 2, No. 3, Transvaal Rural Action Committee: The Rural Women’s Movement Folder 15: Canadian Association of African Studies Newsletter, 1988-1990 Folder 16: Canadian Association of African Studies Newsletter, 1986-87 Folder 17: Canadian Association of African Studies Newsletter Bibliographic Series: Contributions to African Studies, Dalhousie University papers on Southern Africa, Centre for African Studies Dalhousie University Biennial reports Folder 18: Metaalwerker/Metalworker, 5/87, 6/87, 2/88 Folder 19: MEDU Art Ensemble (Botswana) Newsletter Vol. 5, No. 2; Vol. 6, No’s 1-2, Northern Transvaal News 1986-1987 Serial publications: Canadian Journal of African Studies, 1988: Vol. 22, No’s 1-3 New Era, 1987-90: Vol. 2, No’s 1, 3-4; Vol. 3, No’s 1-3; Vol. 4, No’s 1-4; Vol. 5, No’s 1, 3

408

Serial publications, newpapers 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Namibia, South Africa

Mediums / types include: Serial publications

Societies / major themes include: Serial publications: Race Relations Survey: South African Institute of Race Relations (1976-77, 79, 84-86) Read On... (1987-88) Reality: A Journal of Liberal and Radical Opinion (1987-89) Rixaka: A Journal of South African Cultural Workers (1986-87, 89) Rural News (1987-88): No's 3, 5 S.A. Barometer (1987-89): Vol. 1, No. 1 - Vol. 3, No. 8 South African Review: South African Research Service (SARS) (1987, 89) South African Pressclip Supplements (1989-91) Update Namibia (1989): No's 1-6 Newspapers: The Namibian (1988-89): No's 156, 166-170, 172-178

409

Subject files 

Scope and Content Note

Filing folders in, roughly, alphabetical order, with three tabs: • new tab: ROMANIA • FRE : ROMANIA !(1989)! • RFE-Romania -1988 • RFE – Romania – 1987 • RFE – 1985 – Romania • RFE – 1984 – Romania • RFE: ROMANIA GENERAL November 1982- 1983 • RFE: ROMANIA GENERAL April 1982-October 1982 inclusive • RFE: ROMANIA GENERAL November 1981-March 1982 inclusive • (unlabeled) • (unlabeled) • ROMANIA – GENERAL MATERIALS • ROMANIA – NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS • Romanian Assoc usa • CHRISTIAN COMMITTEE FOR THE DEFENSE OF RELIGIOUS FREEDOM AND FREEDOM OF CONSCIENCE • COMMUNAUTE ROUMAINE DE SUISSE • COMMITTEE FOR THE DEFENSE OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN ROMANIA • Romania: MFN Hearings • Romania: MFN 1984 • COMMITTEE FOR THE DEFENSE OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN ROMANIA (FRANCE • Free Romanian Press (FRP) – U.K. • FREE TRADE UNION OF WORKERS S.L.O.M.R. • League for the Defense of Hm Rts in Romania (France) • V. ROMANIA: LIGUE POUR LA DEFENSE DES DROITS DE L’HOMME EN ROUMANIE • ROMANIAN UNION FOR FAITH & LIBERTY • new tab: UKRAINE • UKRAINE – NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS • UKRAINE – GENERAL MATERIALS • AMERICANS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN UKRAINE • Club des amis de l’ukraine • COMMITTEE FOR THE DEFENSE OF HUMAN RIGHT SIN UKRAINE • External Representation of the Ukrainian Helsinki Group • LEV LUKYANENKO • Smoloskyp (newspaper in library) • Ukrainian american coord council • st sophia religious assoc of ukrainian catholics • (unlabeled) • UKRAINIAN NATIONAL INFORMATION SERVICE • UKRAINIAN PUBLIC GROUP TO PROMOTE THE OBSERVANCE OF THE HELSINKI ACCORDS • THE WASHINGTON GROUP • UKRAINE – World Federation of Ukrainian Women’s Org.’s (WFUWO) • new tab: YUGOSLAVIA • YUGOSLAVIA – GENERAL MATERIALS • RFE: YUGOSLAVIA !(*1989)) • RFE – Yugoslavia – 1988 • RFE – 1987 – Yugoslavia

410

Reports, serial publications 

Scope and Content Note

Various reports from the Council of Europe (information sheets): • Human Rights Information Sheet (in French and in English, separately) o No. 12, 29-32, 34-35  1983, 1991-94 Serial publications: • Research Reports (Institute of Jewish Affairs) o No. 20&21 (1982), No. 5-20 (1983), No. 5, 9-11, 13 (1984), No. 1, 3-4, 6-9 (1985), No. 2-14 (1986), No. 1-7, 9-12 (1987), No. 1-10 (1988), No. 1-7 (1989), No. 1-3 (1990) • Soviet Jewish Affairs: A Journal on Jewish Problems in the USSR and Eastern Europe (Institute of Jewish Affairs / World Jewish Congress) o Vol. 10.3 (1980), vol. 12-20 (1982-90), vol. 21.1 (1991) o

411

Publications 

Scope and Content Note

Serial periodicals: • International Labour Documentation o No. 1-12 (1997), no. 1-12 (1998), no. 1-6 (1999)

412

Publications 

Scope and Content Note

Publications: • Teaching about Genocide (1991) • Food First Comics (1982) • Teaching About Genocide (edited collection) (1992) • Montreal Institute for Genocide Studies (1989) • The Holocaust and Genocide • Food First Curriculum (1982) • Teachers and Human Rights • A World of Learning: Practical Manual Enhancing the multiplier effect of the Associated Schools Project (UNESCO) • The Busy Citizen’s Discussion Guide: Education in our Communities • Guidelines for Creating Effective Study Circle Material • Education for Human Rights (1994) • Evaluation in the Human Rights Education Field: Getting Started • Handbook on Fact-Finding and Documentation of Human Rights Violations • L’enseignement des droits de l’homme (1988) • Teaching, Enacting and Sticking up for Human Rights (occasional paper 9) • Human Rights: The Right to Human Rights Education • The Challenge of Human Rights Education • Peut-on eduquer aux droits d l’homme? • Si vous croyez aux droits humains • International Human Rights, Society, and the Schools • Living the Gospel 2: Working Together • Some suggestions on teaching about Human Rights • International Understanding at School • Human Rights Training • International Human Rights Syllabus and Bibliography • Your Life My Life • Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law (1990 – vol. I-2) • Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law (1991 – Vol. II – 2)

413

Binders, manuals, pamphlets, books 

Scope and Content Note

• Contents of binders: o Training for INS Refugee / Asylum Adjudicators (preface and overview)  Office of the General Counsel and Refugees, Asylum and Parole o Final Asylum Rule o Refugee / Asylum Law and Practice  “A Reference of Perspectives and Parameters on Selected Legal Issues” o Protection of Human Rights by the United States  January 1987 • Manuals: o A Human Rights Training Curriculum for Cambodians  A United Nations Publication o World Concerns and the United Nations: Model Teaching Units for Primary, Secondary and Teacher Education  United Nations o Professional Training Series No. 1 (Human Rights and Social Work, Istanbul Protocol)  United Nations (Centre for Human Rights) o United Nations Development Education Directory o Project Act o Questions et repnses  Nations Unies • Pamphlets: o The Busy Citizen’s Guide: Civil Rights for gays and Lesbians  Study Circles Resource Center o A Guide to Education About Refugees o Que Fais-Tu de ton Frere? o ACAT: Action des Chretiens pour l’Abolition de la Torture o Torture by Governments: A Seven Part Guide for High Schools  Amnesty International USA (1984) • Book: o The World’s Refugees: A Test of Humanity

414

Pamphlets, correspondence, weekly newsletters 

Scope and Content Note

• Pamphlets, correspondence, alerts, news releases: o National Conference on Soviet Jewry (1980-83, 1986-89)0. • Weekly newsletter: o The Task: A Voice of Christian-Jewish Concern (1982-87)

415

Serial publications, reports 1982-1990 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Canada, South Africa

Mediums / types include: Serial publications

Societies / major themes include: Foldered Materials: Folder 1: Canadian International Trade Statistics (Stats on trade between Canada and South Africa) Folder 2: World University Service International Workshop on Education, Human Rights and Development 1982 Folder 3: Focus (SACO/CESO) (1987), Anti-Apartheid News (Coalition Against Apartheid, Halifax) (1988): Vol. 1, No’s 1-2 Folder 4: The Marquis Project: A Rural Manitoba Resource on International Development, Newsletters and pamphlets (1986-91) Folder 5: Amnesty International Urgent Action bulletins sent to International Defence & Aid Force for South Africa (IDAFSA) Folder 6: Serial publications: Umbutho Wamalungelo Obuntu Civil Rights League Burgerregtevereniging Newsletter (1987-88): Vol 34, No. 2; Vol. 35, No. 2 South African Outlook (1987-88), The Voice (1987): Vol. 1, No’s 4-5, 8-9 Folder 7: Serial publications: Voice Of Women: Journal of the ANC Women’s Section (1987) Upfront: Journal of the Observatory and Claremont UDF Area Committees (1986): No. 3 Upbeat (1987): No. 7 Wits Student (1988) Vol. 40, No. 10 The National Capital Alliance on Race Relations Alliance (1990): Vol. 2, No. 5 TRAC: Transvaal Rural Action Committee (1990): No’s 15-16 South Africa Foundations Review (1988-89): Vol. 13, No’s 9-12; Vol. 14, No’s 2-4, 6-7, 11-12; Vol. 15, No’s 1-8 Folder 8: Serial publications: Speak (1987-89): No’s 16-17, 19-21, 23-25 Staffrider ( 1988-89): Vol. 7, No. 2; Vol. 8, No. 1 Folder 9: SADCC-NGO Newsletter (1985, 90), ICDA Programme (1985-86)

Publications: South African Reserve Bank Bulletins, Reports (1986-88)

Serial publications: Communique: Quarterly tabloid of World University Service of Canada (WUSC) (1984-90)

416

Serial publications, press clippings, scanned articles, reports 1957-1990 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: Namibia, South Africa

Mediums / types include: Serial publications, press clippings, scanned articles, reports

Societies / major themes include: Foldered materials: Folder 1: NGO reactions to Apartheid Folder 2: Agenor 79: EEC: Life-Blood of Apartheid (1980), Canada Branch International Labour Office, International Labour Conference (1982), International Labour Research and Information Group (ILRIG) Folder 3: Serial publications: Grahamstown Rural Committee G.R.C. Newsletter (1987-89): No’s 6, 8-17, 19 Info S.A. (1987-88): Vol. 2, No’s 15, 18-19; Vol. 3, No. 1 Inter Nos (1984, 87-88) Jodac News: Official bulletin of the Johannesburg Democratic Action Committee (1987-88) Folder 4: North-South Institute annual reviews, newsletters, related press clippings (1983-90) Folder 5: Serial publications: African Times (1984): No. 5 Azania Worker (1987): Vol. 3, No. 3 Lincoln Letter: X Ray on South Africa (1984-86) X Ray: Current Affairs in Southern Africa (1976-83) Folder 6: Catholic Institute for International Relations (CIIR): CIIR News (1986-88), Catologues, Justice Papers Folder 7: CIIR annual reviews (1986-88) Folder 8: South African Congress of Trade Unions (SACTU) Newsletters (1982-87) Folder 9: UN publications (1957, 71, 83), Despatch (1966): Vol. 27, No. 4 Folder 10: African Law Review (1987-88): Vol. 1, No’s 2-4; Vol. 3, Bumper Issue Folder 11: Transnational Corporations in South Africa & Namibia: Aid or Hindrance to Apartheid? UN Information & Resource Kit (1985) Folder 12: Various scanned articles, press clippings, working papers on transnational/multi-national companies in South Africa Folder 13: Various scanned articles, press clippings, working papers on sanctions against South Africa Folder 14: Various publications on sanctions against South Africa

Publications: United Nations Centre against Apartheid Notes and Documents (1980-90): Resolutions Adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on the Question of Apartheid, Various reports on transnational investment in South Africa and sanctions

Serial publications: Canadian Association of African Studies (1990-91) Canadian Journal of African Studies (1989-90): Vol. 23, No’s 1-2; Vol. 24, No’s 1-2 Learn and Teach: 1987, No’s 5-7; 1988, No’s 2, 6; 1989, No. 2

417

Serial publications, press clippings, scanned articles, reports, correspondence, memoranda 

Scope and Content Note

Countries / places include: China, El Salvador, Iran

Mediums / types include: Serial publications, press clippings, scanned articles, reports, correspondence, memoranda

Societies / major themes include: Statistics and reports on women’s rights, violence against women, women in El Salvador, women in China, women in Iran

418

Conference materials, reports, newsclippings 

Scope and Content Note

• Government documents: o External Affairs and International Trade (House of Commons, 1989)  Issues 1, 2, 5, 8, 14, 15, 18, 20, 21, 35 • News release: o The Political Scene  Canadian Council for International Co-Operation • News bulletins: o AWEPAA News Bulletin  Association of West European Parliamentarians for Action Against Apartheid  No. 2-3, 6-20 (1988); Nr. 21-26 (1989); Vol. IV, no. 1-6 (1990); Vol. V, no. 1-2 (1991) o Canadian Association of African Studies  No. 24 (1986) • Conference materials: o Canada and International Development o Partnership Africa Canada  Annual Assembly, October 26-27, 1988 • Reports: o For Whose Benefit?  House of Commons, Canada (1987) o Canadian International Development Assistance (to benefit a better world) o Canada and Development Cooperation  Annual report 1979-1980 o The SAHEL o African Emergency Aid  Final report on the activities of Canadian NGOs responding to the famine o An outreach strategy for CIDA (1988) o Alberta Agency for International Development 1986/87  Annual review o Partnership Africa Canada  Annual Assembly October 26-27, 1988 o Women in Development: A sectoral perspective o Partenariat Afrique Canada  Rapport annuel 1989-90 o Centre Against Apartheid  Notes and Documents, 1981 o African-Canadian Council (ACC) • Collected foldered materials: o A Developing World  Canadian International Development Agency o Africa: A background kit for non-governmental organizations  United Nations non-Governmental Liaison Service • Periodicals o Development News  1987-89 • News clippings: o Aid to South Africa – Newspaper clippings + external briefs o Newspaper clippings 4A CIDA & Development 1983 – Present • Pamphlets: o Africa Charter for Popular Participation in Development o Partnership Africa Canada o Canadian Development Assistance: Africa o The African Famine: And Canada’s Response o Partenariat Afrique Canada o Africa 2000 • Statements / addresses: o Address by the Honourable Monique Vezina, Minister for External Relations, at the opening of National Forum Africa

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