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  1. The International Law of Human Rights in Africa: Basic Documents and Annotated Bibliography
  2. Words Into Action: Basic Rights and the Campaign Against Global Poverty
  3. International Law and Conflicts: Resolving Border and Sovereignty Disputes in Africa by Justice M. Mbuh, 2004-05-05
  4. South Africa: Human Rights and the Rule of Law
  5. Protecting Human Rights in Africa: Roles and Strategies of Non-Governmental Organizations (Pennsylvania Studies in Human Rights) by Claude E., Jr. Welch, 1995-12
  6. Africa and the Development of International Law by T. Elias, 1988-11-14
  7. Cultural Transformation and Human Rights in Africa
  8. Behind the Red Line: Political Repression in Sudan by Jemera Rone, Human Rights Watch, 1996-05
  9. Uganda : Scars of Death -- Children Abducted by the LRA by Human Rights Watch Africa, HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH STAFF, 1997-09
  10. International Affairs Review: Vol. 15,No. 1, Spring/Summer 2006
  11. Emancipation without Abolition in German East Africa, c. 1884-1914 (Eastern African Studies) by Jan-Georg Deutsch, 2006-11-15
  12. Islam's Black Slaves: The History of Africa's Other Black Diaspora by Ronald Segal, 2003-02-13
  13. Pursuing Justice and Peace in South Africa
  14. Emigration Dynamics of Developing Countries: Sub-Saharan Africa (Emigration Dynamics in Developing Countries , Vol 1) (v. 1)

61. Guide To Human Rights
Information about african (and other) organizations related to human rights law, law, government, Category Society Issues Advocacy Organizations africa...... rights Resource Centre; Human rights in africa. Victor Perton's Human rights and Civilrights Papers. Amnesty international; Amnesty international Information Base
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62. Black History - Civil Rights - African American History
Captures several milestones, personalities, and influences that helped civil rights in America.Category Society History United States civil rights Movement...... prizefighter, antiwar protester, and international ambassador of in hand one and allAfrica more. Louise McCauley African American civil rights activist, who is
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Sixteenth Street Baptist Church (Birmingham, Ala.) center for civil rights in Birmingham, Alabama, that was the site of a 1963 bombing that killed four African American girls. Ruby Bridges was born in Mississippi She grew up in a very poor family. When she was at the age of 4 Ruby and her family moved to New Orleans.When Ruby was old enough to attend school the judge ordered Ruby to go to the Frantz Elementary School for whites only. Ruby was the first black child to walk into Frantz Elementary School to attend the first grade. One day When Ruby was walking into school she stopped and said a prayer.This turned into a daily routine for Ruby. Montgomery Bus Boycott year-long protest in Montgomery, Alabama, that galvanized the American Civil Rights Movement and led to a 1956 decision by the Supreme Court of the United States declaring segregated seating on buses unconstitutional. LITLE ROCK MISSISSIPPI SELMA Sit-Ins African American student protest movement in 1960 in which black students occupied "white-only" lunch counters and other segregated public institutions throughout the South to protest segregated seating .

63. Unitarian Universalist Association Social Justice Statements
and international Relations/South africa under Criminal Justice, Human rights/CivilLiberties, Human rights/Government Harrassment, international Relations, and
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  • Youth The Collection This guide is a complete listing of all social witness positions taken by the Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly and UUA Board of Trustees below keyword search by year Since 1961, the process for taking positions of social witness has changed several times. For the period 1961-1986, the Association had General and Business Resolutions. General resolutions became policy after a two-year process that included congregational review. The bulk of positions in this collection are General Resolutions. You will also find some Business Resolutions, for the business of the Association is inseparable from its social mission. The Resources page includes information and tips on Effective Lobbying, Letters to Elected Officials, Letters to the Editor, Contacting Government Officials, and Getting Information on Government Activities. Guidelines for Local Social Responsibility Committees is for the committees focusing on "social concerns," "social responsibility" or "social action," that many Unitarian Universalist churches and fellowships have.
  • 64. Amnesty International: Annual Report Index Page
    They include civil rights, such as equality before the a rallying cry for human rightsdefenders and elaborated upon and codified in international human rights
    It is 50 years since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) was proclaimed by the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN). Developed in response to the atrocities of the Second World War, the udhr represented a collective determination never to return to those dark days. It was an important milestone in a discourse that stretches back through thousands of years of human history: what are the qualities that make us human and what rights, obligations and responsibilities do these create in our relationships with each other? The UDHR sets out the human rights which are fundamental to the dignity and development of every human being. These range from economic rights, such as the right to work and to an adequate standard of living, to political rights, such as freedom of opinion, expression and association. They include civil rights, such as equality before the law, and social or cultural rights, such as the right to education and to participate in the cultural life of the community. The UDHR proclaims that all these rights belong to all people.
    In effect, the UDHR was a promise made by governments to work towards a world without cruelty and injustice; a world without hunger and ignorance. Fifty years after its proclamation, how far have governments lived up to that promise? To what extent have the rights set out in the UDHR become a reality throughout the world?

    65. The Keele Guide To Human Rights On The Internet
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    66. Amnesty International Report 2002 - Middle East And North Africa - ALGERIA
    of those responsible for human rights abuses committed the expiry of the Law on CivilHarmony in international organizations The UN Working Group on Enforced!Open
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    People's Democratic Republic of Algeria
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    Head of government: Ali Benflis
    Capital: Algiers
    Population: 30.9 million Official language: Arabic Death penalty: retentionist Background The authorities stated in October that the security forces had ''neutralized'' 20,000 ''terrorists'' since 1992, without specifying how many had been killed and how many apprehended. For the first time, the authorities gave an official figure for the number of active members of armed groups, estimating it to be between 700 and 800, of whom 300 to 400 were said to be armed. In the wake of the attacks on 11 September in the USA, the Algerian government declared strong support for UN-led measures against ''terrorism'' and pushed for the expulsion to Algeria of nationals living abroad whom it said it suspected of having links with armed groups. The first detailed account by an ex-officer in the Algerian army about his experiences during the current conflict was published in France in February. In April, former Defence Minister General Khaled Nezzar cut short a visit to Paris to promote his memoirs after learning that three criminal suits for torture had been filed against him in France. These two events sparked renewed debate on the involvement of the various parties to the conflict in Algeria in the massive human rights abuses committed since 1992.

    67. Amnesty International Report 2002 - Middle East And North Africa - Summary
    NORTH africa Highlights of Amnesty international Report 2002 the Middle East and Northafrica with impunity In addition civil society institutions continued to

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    69. Privacy International - About The Electronic Privacy Information Center
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    The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) is a public interest research center in Washington, D.C. It was established in 1994 to focus public attention on emerging civil liberties issues and to protect privacy, the First Amendment, and constitutional values. EPIC is a project of the Fund for Constitutional Government. EPIC works in association with Privacy International, an international human rights group based in London, UK and is also a member of the Global Internet Liberty Campaign, the Internet Free Expression Alliance and the Internet Privacy Coalition. The EPIC Bookstore provides a comprehensive selection of books and reports on computer security, cryptography, the First Amendment and free speech, open government, and privacy. Visit the EPIC Bookstore at About Privacy International Privacy International is a human rights group formed in 1990 as a watchdog on surveillance by governments and corporations. PI is based in London, UK and has an office in Washington, D.C. PI has conducted campaigns in Europe, Asia and North America to counter abuses of privacy by way of information technology such as telephone tapping, ID card systems, video surveillance, data matching, police information systems, and medical records. An electronic version of this report and updates is available from the Privacy International web page at

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    72. BUBL LINK / 5:15 Internet Resources: Civil Liberties
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    Amnesty International: 1999 Annual Report
    Provides summaries of human rights concerns in countries throughout Africa, the Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and North Africa during 1998. Includes information on abuse committed by security forces and armed opposition groups, and instances of arrest, detainment and imposed death sentences. Regional indexes offer details of Amnesty International's work and concerns within individual countries.
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  • 73. __/ Hellenic Republic - Ministry Of Foreign Affairs \__
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    Foreign Policy Greece in International Organizations Greek - Multilateral Diplomacy in Human Rights within the United Nations System and the CFSP Framework Greek - Multilateral Diplomacy in Human Rights within the United Nations System and the CFSP Framework Greece, the cradle of Democracy, assigns major importance to the consolidation of democratic institutions, the implementation of the rule of law and the protection of Human Rights (HR) and fundamental freedoms. More specifically, as far as HR issues are concerned, in the field of multilateral diplomacy within the United Nations system, Greece has by tradition been active on a national level as well as together with other member states of the European Union. The “15”, Greece included, strive to develop and implement a Foreign Policy aimed at the promotion of HR, of the democratization process and of the rule of law in third countries within the framework of the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP), one of the five axes that makes up the so-called triptych. Greece supports the universality, indivisibility and interdependence of civil and political rights on the one hand, and financial, social and cultural rights on the other.

    74. International A.N.S.W.E.R. (Act Now To Stop War & End Racism!)
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    75. Catholic Institute For International Relations (CIIR) - Skillshare Zimbabwe
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    76. WorldLII - Categories - Subjects - Human Rights
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    77. Governance In Africa
    africa initiates and supports civil society activities for Development (NEPAD) Partnershipof africa leaders for NYU Law Collection of international l legal

    78. Microsoft South Africa Press Release -Microsoft, Electronic Arts And SAFACT Win
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      This High Court Order interdicts/prevents him from infringing the trade marks Microsoft, Electronic Arts, Columbia Pictures, and/or aid or abet the infringement of these trade marks in the future. Saley, also the owner of an Internet computer shop, - was stopped by customs officials at Johannesburg International Airport on the 23rd January this year when he attempted to import 937 DVDs and 2294 PC games, including games from Microsoft and Electronic Arts. The goods, which were found to be counterfeit, carried a retail value of over R1 million. Fred Potgieter, MD of SAFACT - an organisation which enforces the intellectual property rights of various members, including the Motion Pictures Association's members, as well as their local distributors - namely Nu Metro and Ster Kinekor - said Saley had, a day before the final court hearing, applied for voluntary sequestration. "Both himself and his legal team failed to appear in court on the 7th of August" said Potgieter, "however, the matter was heard and a final order was granted against him." The court order granted in the Pretoria High Court on 7 August states that Saley is "interdicted and restrained" from dealing in counterfeit goods bearing the trademark of Microsoft and Electronic Arts - as well as any products bearing the trade marks Universal, Columbia Label, and/or Tri Star Pictures.

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    80. Faculty - Fletcher N. Baldwin, Jr.
    financial crime and chairs international conferences. an authority on human rights/civilrights; cofounded legal experts in South africa during constitution
    Fletcher N. Baldwin, Jr.
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    Fax: 352.392.3005 Education: A.B., J.D., University of Georgia; LL.M., University of Illinois; LL.M., Yale University. Constitutional Law, Political and Civil Rights, Criminal Procedure, International Financial Crimes. Career Highlights: Noted authority on money laundering and international financial crimes. Co-author of four-volume treatise, Money Laundering, Asset Forfeiture and International Financial Crimes. Co-founder, UF Centre for International Financial Crimes Studies. Trains U.S. federal law enforcement officers on international financial crime and chairs international conferences. Also an authority on human rights/civil rights; co-founded the Human Rights and Peace Institute in Uganda; consulted with legal experts in South Africa during constitution reform; active in the U.S. civil rights movement and subsequent civil rights cases. Has argued appeals before the U.S. Supreme Court and death penalty appeals before the Florida Supreme Court. Professional Activities:

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