Human Rights Subject Guide LRC@TCC
Scope: Resources for finding information on human rights.
Call number areas to browse:
Keywords to search:
political prisoners, basic rights, slavery, torture, children's rights, women's rights, persecution, ethnic cleansing, slavery, work camps, legal status, amnesty, religion, sexual violence, atrocities, crimes against humanity
Subjects to search (Library of Congress):
Books in our catalog:
Gale Virtual Reference Library (r)
Ethnic Violence (JC328.6 .E875 2000)
Human Rights : A Reference Handbook (REF K3240.4 .W46 1989)
Human Rights : Opposing Viewpoints (JC571 .H76968 1998)
In Our Own Best Interest : How Defending Human Rights Benefit Us All (JC571 .S3852 2001)
Encyclopedia of Human Rights (REF JC571 .E56 1991)
Great Events from History II. Human Rights Series (REF JC571 .G74 1992)
Human Rights Library - University of Minnesota - Contains a searchable collection of hundreds of the most important international human rights treaties and other instruments; general comments, recommendations, decisions, and views of human rights treaty bodies; material on the work of other U.N. human rights bodies.
Human Rights on the Internet: Sites that Encourage Activism - Published this month, this annotated Webliography offers a host of sites and Internet resources devoted to human rights issues, with an emphasis on activism. Published by American Library Association.
Human Rights Watch World Report 2003 - Human Rights Watch's annual assessment of human rights practices covers fifty-eight countries.
Human Rights Search (Hurisearch) - This searchable directory "provides descriptions and links to hundreds of human rights organizations worldwide on the Internet.
Human Rights Watch - This nonprofit, nongovernmental organization monitors human rights globally.
Digital Freedom Network - A human rights organization that is publishing the work of political dissidents who are repressed in their own country as well as related news articles and Web sites
Amnesty International - is a worldwide campaigning movement that works to promote internationally recognized human rights.top
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