Treaties And International Law state laws; Laws of other nations; Treaties intl. European Parliament Resolutionon the Situation in tibet International Covenant on civil and Political rights; http://www.lawguru.com/ilawlib/89.htm
Extractions: Treaties and international law Internet Law Library Home Page The Internet Law Library was originally provided to the public courtesy of the United States House of Representatives Law Revision Counsel Office. Part of the Counsel's mission is to make the law (particularly the U.S. Code) available to the public. When the U.S. House of Representatives discontinued hosting the Library, our site and several others were allowed to carry it.
Germany state laws; Laws of other nations; Treaties intl. biotechnology guidelines/regulations;civil Code (in German); education human rights violations in tibet (1987); http://www.lawguru.com/ilawlib/61.htm
Extractions: Germany Internet Law Library Home Page The Internet Law Library was originally provided to the public courtesy of the United States House of Representatives Law Revision Counsel Office. Part of the Counsel's mission is to make the law (particularly the U.S. Code) available to the public. When the U.S. House of Representatives discontinued hosting the Library, our site and several others were allowed to carry it.
Global Issues Human Rights 86 us. Abortion rights Activist Serving the prochoice Algeria Watch intl For human rights. Alliance for Democracy Antidiscrimination League For civil rights and cultural heritage http://www.lov-e.com/Global_8.html
Extractions: 15 Recommended Lov- e Links Fun while learning: Art for the World Human Rights Awareness International Save the Children Alliance Lawyers Committee for Human Rights ... WITNESS-Human Rights Video Advocacy Further insights: 50 Years is Enough AAAS Human Rights Action Network Consortium for Health and Human Rights Freedom House ... Physicians for Human Rights More Favorites: Atlantic Human Rights Centre Christian Solidarity International CUSO WCACSEC ... Advocacy Institute
International Human Rights Seminar Sweatshop Watch a coalition of labor, community, civil rights, immigrant rights,women's, religious student (Oakland) tibet Justice Center http://www.uchastings.edu/library/Legal Research/Class Pages/intl-humanrights.ht
Extractions: To find a topic or to get started on your research, you might want to look at Hastings Law Library Human Rights Research Guide , or browse the topics covered in the Encyclopedia of Human Rights, 2nd edition (JC571 E67 1996; Reserve stacks), or scan the topics covered at the University of Minnesota Human Rights Library Finding Books: You can search Hastings Online Public Access Catalog (HOPAC) for print titles at the Hastings Law Library. You can s earch other Library Catalogs (including ) for additional print resources at local libraries. Or you can search "WorldCat" on FirstSearch to find out if any books exist on your topic at any library worldwide. (Note: FirstSearch is only available from computers on campus.) If you do find a book on your topic that we don't have at Hastings, you can submit a request to have the book borrowed by Hastings through inter-library loan (ILL). It can take up to two weeks to get books from ILL, so plan ahead.
Untitled Document of other nations. Treaties intl. law. Laws of all Parliament Resolution on the Situation in tibet International Covenant on civil and Political rights. International Relations http://dictatorwatch.org/ae/gov.html
Extractions: The nations listed below include those rated the most oppressive (Not Free, and 7 out of 7 in both political rights and civil liberties) by the organization Freedom House , for 2000-2001. We also intend to collect links for democracy groups active with the other nations rated as Not Free, and also the countries rated Partly Free, since many of them are effectively dictatorships as well; Malaysia, for example.
Robert L. Seltman's Lov-e.com for East Timor International tibet Independence Movement Human rights Associationfor civil rights In Israel Among Us Female Genital Mutilation Amnesty intl. http://lov-e.com/GlobalTextOnlyfolder/Global8TextOnly.html
Extractions: 15 Recommended Lov- e Links Fun while learning: Art for the World Human Rights Awareness International Save the Children Alliance Lawyers Committee for Human Rights ... National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights Further insights: 50 Years is Enough Anti Fascists on the Web Consortium for Health and Human Rights Freedom House ... Physicians for Human Rights More Favorites: Atlantic Human Rights Centre Christian Solidarity International CUSO WCACSEC ... Unofficial Human Rights Letter Writing Centre
Films And Videos On Tibet this film visualizes the horror of China invading tibet. Short Subject and BestEditing Short Subject, intl. at the house where the US civil rights Act was http://www.tibet.com/films.html
Extractions: To submit a film or video about Tibet to be included in this list, please e-mail to email@example.com the following information: Please keep it BRIEF. We reserve the right to edit or reject submissions. Our main criterion is that the film be related to Tibet and/or the Tibetans. Compiled by Sonam Dhargay, with additions by A. Tom Grunfeld, Brian C. Shaw and David Cherniack. The following represent a resource list of films and videos on Tibet. For more information about acquiring these films, contact the distributor directly. Office of Tibet
Progressive Review: Links To A Free Land tibet STUDENTS FOR A FREE tibet. See civil liberties. CIO AFLCIO WORKING WOMEN'S DEPTCENTER FOR LABOR rights INTNL CONF OF FREE TRADE UNIONS intl LABOR rights http://prorev.com/links.htm
Untitled Document Study/Academic Year in America American intl. Committee of Lawyers for tibet InternationalGay and Lawyers Committee for civil rights Lutheran Immigration http://www.wwwc.org/wan/wansubjectsearch.html
PPJC - Links religionists Rangzen Independence for tibet RAWA Revolutionary AntidiscriminationLeague For civil rights and cultural Peace and justice projects Amnesty intl. http://www.peaceandjustice.org/links/
JSAWS - About The Journal Himendra B. Thakur (intl. Subjects law, civil rights, gender issues, religion, philosophy,politics Areas of study India, Nepal, tibet, Afghanistan, Pakistan http://users.primushost.com/~india/jsaws/about.htm
Extractions: It is meant to disseminate works which address theoretical and practical issues that are of interest to both scholars of South Asia and to women in and from South Asia. Subjects: law, civil rights, gender issues, religion, philosophy, politics, feminism and ecofeminism, classical and modern literature, poetry, dance, music, drama, language, translations, history, folklore, customs, medicine, architecture, discoveries and cultural or social products by women, etc. Areas of study: India, Nepal, Tibet, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Shri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Taiwan, Maldives, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines.
PHILOSOPHY 19A: HUMAN RIGHTS Herzegovina, Rwanda,Nigeria,Burundi, China tibet, Haiti, Iraqi 36) On Salmon Rushdieand civil Liberties by (10) The Development of Human rights in intl. http://www.unet.brandeis.edu/~teuber/hr.html
Extractions: Discussion will include the role considerations of human rights ought to play in the foreign policy of any country as well as an examination of the role such considerations actually have played most recently in Kosovo Bosnia-Herzegovina Rwanda Nigeria ... Chechnya , as well as Cambodia Northern Ireland Burma Indonesia ... Guatamala , El Salvador, Nicaragua, and South Africa Discussion will also include: territorial integrity and the ethics of humanitarian intervention , state sovereignty and human rights violations, U. S. intervention in Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Iraq, international terrorism and human rights, the role of international peacekeeping forces, the significance and effectiveness of the
Index To Historical Materials: S - Z Speeches (International development). MS Moscoso; US Agcy for intl. Dev. MS Behrman.Subject file (civil rights). MS Marshall; Wofford. tibet. MS JFK Nat. Sec. http://www.jfklibrary.org/index2000-s-z.html
Extractions: 2000 Edition: S - Z - S - Science Development Program MS: U.S. Nat. Science Found. S.S. Athenia MS: JFK Personal Safety, accident prevention MS: JFK WH Central Files Saigon, South Vietnam MS: Leonhart See also Vietnam Saint Lawrence Seaway MS: JFK Pre-Pres. Salinger, Pierre - press conferences MS: Romagna Samoa MS: JFK Nat. Sec. files; JFK WH Central Files Samuelson, Paul OH: Council of Economic Advisers San Marino MS: JFK Pres. Office Files; JFK WH Central Files Sanitation - Washington, DC MS: U.S. District of Columbia Govt. Saudi Arabia MS: JFK Nat. Sec. files; JFK Pres. Office Files; JFK WH Central Files OH: Hart, P.; Kennedy, Charles Saxon, John J.- speeches MS: U.S. Dept. of Treasury
Extractions: we urge the U.S. government to redouble its efforts to end impunity and ensure accountability and justice. The United States should heed Bishop Belos cry by giving unconditional support for an international tribunal on East Timor, and taking the lead in encouraging the UN Security Council to do the same. " 33 U.S. Non-government organisations See also: BD: Calls for International War Crimes Tribunal - A collection of recent reports, articles and news Washington, DC 20520 Dear Secretary Powell: We are writing to urge full and active U.S. government support for the creation of an international tribunal for crimes against humanity committed in East Timor both before and after the 1999 referendum on independence. The Indonesian government clearly lacks both the political will and ability to bring the perpetrators of mass human rights violations in East Timor to justice, and East Timors fledgling justice system is incapable of doing so. The international community has afforded the Indonesian government more than enough time to initiate a genuine process of justice; only fatally flawed attempts have materialized. Peace, democracy, and rule of law are too precious for either country to delay any longer. Recent actions by the Indonesian government and security forces not only perpetuate but guarantee impunity for those who organized and implemented the scorched earth campaign in East Timor in 1999. The
CMIL-mainframe the monasteries of India and tibet for some Achievement, Illinois State HistoricalSociety Cinequest intl. Southern resistance to the civil rights Movement in http://ucmedia.berkeley.edu/new/newmain.html
Extractions: Special Web Discount Pricing of ALA Notable Video The University of California Extension is pleased to announce that our new release, Confederacy Theory , has been selected by the American Library Association's Video Round Table as one its 2003 Notable Videos for Adults. In celebration of this honor, we're selling Confederacy Theory at a special web discount of 10% off the list price of $275 until the end of June 2003. Shipping and handling and California sales tax, if applicable, are extra. Please note our ordering information If you have questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 510-642-0460. We appreciate your support and we look forward to hearing from you soon. Video Duplication, Licensing, and Public Performance FAQ After generations of oppression, assimilation, and near-genocide, a small group of Native American students and "Urban Indians" began the 19-month occupation of Alcatraz Island in November 1969. This remarkable documentary interweaves archival footage and contemporary commentary to examine how this historic event altered U.S. Government Indian policy and programs, and how it forever changed the way Native Americans viewed themselves, their culture, and their sovereign rights. The Ash Barge Odyssey
International- China Lets In Some Light The delegation, which traveled to tibet's capital during one of the said it intendedto sign the UN Covenant on civil and Political rights, which requires http://csmweb2.emcweb.com/durable/1998/03/20/intl/intl.5.html
Extractions: Friday March 20, 1998 Edition Kevin Platt, Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor BEIJING For two Buddhist nuns jailed in Tibet - oceans and ages away from the US - a meeting with American clergy might have seemed like a dream. Despite the presence of Communist officials, the two could tell the world for the first time about their journey from a nunnery to prison for antigovernment protests. EMBRACED: rabbi Arthur (l.) hugs SHanghai Mayor Xu Kuang. (REUTERS) This encounter in the "Place of the Gods," as the Tibetan capital is called, was triggered by another meeting, in October, between the Chinese and US presidents. Jiang Zemin and Bill Clinton then agreed to widen bilateral contacts as a way to replace confrontation with cooperation in human rights. Beijing's permission to let a group of American religious leaders travel in China last month was the first mission toward that goal. During Mao's 1949-76 reign, "there was zero religious tolerance," says Rabbi Arthur Schneier, who headed the delegation. Even recently, China saw criticism of rights abuses as "plots to overthrow communism." "So our meeting with China's top leaders to discuss religious freedom was an unprecedented breakthrough," he adds.
Register Of Asian Studies E-Journals: A - J developments in the Himalayan countries of Nepal, Bhutan, and tibet; intl. Subjectslaw, civil rights, gender issues, religion, philosophy, politics, feminism http://www.uni-koeln.de/phil-fak/indologie/AsianE-JournalsA-J.html
Extractions: Alphabetical Category Subtree Library of Congress Click on a letter to jump to the appropriate section: A Access Asia Review E-Journal (The National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR), Seattle, USA) AfghanMagazine.com (Aftaabzad Publications, USA) American Journal of Chinese Studies (AJCS) (American Association of Chinese Studies, United States) Anantha Vikatan ['Anantha Vikatan'-Tamil Weekly Magazine. Needs Tamil-Fonts (Download available). ]
Extractions: contents + Greenpeace's logo wars + US bill to allow Hollywood computer hacks + French law gives police power to tap ISPs and telcos to access private logs + UK to consider national IDs and moves for data retention rules + US new Homeland Security plan + Other Big Brother International news (China, Tunisia, Spain) Thanks to Chris Chiu last Greenpeace's logo wars Last year the food giant Danone won a lawsuit against online campaign which critisized its social policy; the Court denied the groups demand to forbid criticism, but OKed the trademark infringment claims because the logo was highjacked. This year Greenpeace, along with several coalition partners, has been waging a campaign against petroleum giant Esso (Exxon Mobil) , claiming that the firm has done "more than any oil company to block international action on global warming." As part of this campaign, it created a special logo based on Esso's insignia, but replaced the double "s" in Esso with a double dollar sign ("$$"). These logos were posted on several Greenpeace-related websites, including a special "Stop Esso"
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[NEWW/WIW] Fw: Now-action-list NOW Legislative Update Previous message NEWW/WIW China's Nuclear tibet; Next message NEWW/WIW groupsto those of American revolutionaries, abolitionists and civil rights leaders http://lists.partners-intl.net/pipermail/women-in-war/2001-April/000344.html
Extractions: Wed, 4 Apr 2001 23:23:18 +0300 Previous message: [NEWW/WIW] China's Nuclear Tibet Next message: [NEWW/WIW] STABILITY AND PEACE IN THE CAUCASUS THE CONFLICT IN NAGORNY KARABAKH BY WAY OF EXAMPLE -Confernece in Germany Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] ... firstname.lastname@example.org Please feel free to forward the following to activists: From the National Organization for Women Action Center: LEGISLATIVE UPDATE APRIL 3RD REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS ***Activists Urged to Join NOW's Emergency Campaign to Save Women's The articles in this Legislative Update clearly demonstrate the urgency of need to protect women's reproductive rights. Numerous bills, court and actions by the Bush administration imperil those rights. Only a strong outcry from NOW members and our allies will have the impact we need. We that you will join in this concerted effort to turn the tide. For more information on the Emergency Campaign to Save Women's Lives, initiated by the National Organization for Women and endorsed by more than 100 organizations, see the NOW website at www.now.org, and click on the