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  • 8th Day Center for Social Justice - A multi-issue, social justice center supported and staffed by 30 congregations of nuns, priests and brothers which promotes analysis and action.
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  • Access Human Rights - A portal to human rights resources on the net, including news, government bodies, law, and treaties.
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  • Anita Roddick - The founder of the Body Shop reports and comments on activism, ethical business, human rights and environmentalism in a global perspective.
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  • Bayefsky.com - Encompasses the full range of data concerning the application of the UN human rights treaty system by its monitoring treaty bodies since their inauguration.
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  • Benjamin L. Hooks Institute for Social Change - A research center dedicated to advancing the understanding and pursuing the goals of the American civil rights movement.
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  • The Business of Torture - Article by Dr. Sam Vaknin describes some examples of the business of torture in various countries.
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  • The Center for Justice and Accountability - Works to deter torture and other severe human rights abuses around the world by helping survivors hold their persecutors accountable.
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  • Civil Liberties - From About.com - Columns, link libraries, polls, and discussions about personal liberty issues.
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  • ColorQ Human Rights Corner - Features stories and links on worldwide human rights violations, particularly issues that receive little attention from the Western media.
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  • Concise Guide to Human Rights on the Internet - Resource for finding information about human rights on the internet. Links to organizations worldwide addressing human rights issues.
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  • Derechos Cafe - A Human Rights Hangout - News, articles, links and chat groups about human rights issues.
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  • Earth As It Is - Features political, censorship and human rights news from around the world.
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  • Falkvinge on Infopolicy - A blog on civil liberties in the Internet age by Rick Falkvinge, a former Pirate Party MEP.
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  • Global Witness homepage - Highlighting the links between environmental exploitation and human rights abuses, particularly where natural resources such as timber, diamonds and oil are used to fund conflict.
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  • Human and Constitutional Rights - Includes constitutional rights charts, links to human rights and constitutional rights websites, news, and resources.
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  • Human Rights & Human Welfare: An International Review - An international review of books and other publications in the area of global human rights. Published at the Graduate School of International Studies, University of Denver.
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  • Human Rights Discussion List - Active mail list and discussion on subject. Bilingual, English y Español.
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  • Human Rights Education Resource Centre - Includes searchable databases, full-text education and training materials and interactive distance learning tools on human rights.
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  • Human Rights Information and Documentation Systems - HURIDOCS is a global network of organisations concerned with human rights. Functions as a decentralised network in which organisations can handle and exchange information according to their own requirements.
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  • Human Rights Internet - Provides human rights publications, information on children's rights and the UN human rights system, and listing of human rights organizations worldwide.
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  • Human Rights Reporting - Information about an annual seminar at Columbia University surveying the cutting-edge issues in promoting human rights, with a focus on reporting techniques.
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  • Human Rights Voice - Non profit organization involved in the sphere of international human rights, global security, economic development, economic justice and international justice, business and economic rights, and conflict resolution.
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  • Human Rights Watch - World Report 2001 - Human Rights Watch's eleventh annual review of human rights practices around the globe covers developments in 70 countries. The report reflects extensive investigative work.
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  • Human Rights Watch - World Report 2002 - Twelfth annual review of human rights practices and developments in sixty-six countries, covering the period from November 2000 through November 2001.
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  • Human Rights Watch - World Report 2003 - Thirteenth annual review of human rights practices around the globe. Identifies positive and negative trends within the sphere of human rights in fifty-eight countries, covering the period from November 2001 through November 2002.
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  • The Human Rights Web - Human rights resources including links to relevant documents.
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  • Humanlex - Categorised links related to the field of international law and international human rights law. In English and French.
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  • IntellectualLoafing.com - Discusses value of human rights and whether or not governments have the moral right to violate them in defence of human lives.
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  • The International Association for Religious Freedom - Supports freedom of religion and belief as defined by international law. The IARF has general consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.
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  • International Network for Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights - ESCR-Net brings together diverse groups and activists committed to human rights and social justice in order to share information and strategies, establish stronger links across border and disciplines, develop a collective voice, and facilitate collaborative work among members.
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  • Look Into My I :The Freedom Paintings - Rebecca Barrington's plea for privacy in the public sector. Eight powerful freedom paintings from the LuLu Eccentrix Art Gallery depicting the loss of freedom.
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  • Martus Project - An open-source technology tool that assists nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) collect information on human rights abuses.
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  • Office of the High Commissioner on Human Rights [UNHCHR] - Oversees major programs in protecting human rights and implementing international rights agreements. Includes activities, publications and media centre.
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  • The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law - An independent academic institution based in Lund, Sweden, which promotes human rights. Information about research and education, development cooperation projects and publications.
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  • Strategic Choices in the Design of Truth Commissions - Site seeks to aid decision makers in societies interested in establishing a Truth Commission via analysis of the structure, design choices, and impacts of past Commissions.
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  • U.S. Department of State - Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor: Human Rights - Provides reports on country conditions, speeches and votes in the UN, and asylum profiles; accountability and reform efforts; partnerships with organizations, governments, and multilateral institutions committed to human rights.
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  • United Nations Agreements on Human Rights - Summary page with links to full document.
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  • University of Minnesota Human Rights Meta Search Engine - Meta search engine for searching multiple human rights sites. Library includes a large collection of international human rights, and links to other human rights and international law sites.
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  • World Audit of Democracy and Human Rights - Focus is on democracy, human rights, press freedom, corruption and the rule of law. Daily news on democracy and human rights, links and e-commerce facilities for human rights publications.
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  • The United States and 'The Challenge of Relativity' - Review by US political dissident Noam Chomsky of the United States' own appalling record on human rights - not in the distant past, but in the last 50 years and continuing right up to this day. (August 01, 1997)
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