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Human Rights: A Bibliography of Printed Resources

Library Resources in the University of Washington Libraries

Prepared by Glenda Pearson, Suzzallo Library

(206) 543-4164 pearson@u.washington.edu

This bibliography contains citations to both governmental and nongovernmental materials held in the Suzzallo and Allen Libraries. Only material published within the past 10 years has been included here, unless the resource has no current equal. Older works, of course, are often valuable for historical perspective and overview, and can be located by using the UW Libraries Online Catalog (see Section II below) and other resources, particularly some of the bibliographies listed in Section I. The UW Law Library also has significant holdings in human rights materials; a very few of these items are included in this bibliography.

I. Bibliographies, Directories, Guides and Handbooks

Amnesty International. Human Rights: Selected International Standards and Important Treaties on Human Rights. New York: Amnesty International USA, 1988.
Suzzallo General Stacks K3239 H86 1988

Bibliographic Index; a Cumulative Bibliography of Bibliographies. New York: H.W. Wilson Company, 1937-.
Suzzallo Reference Shelf 15
A general guide to bibliographies on all subjects, this source provides citations to both articles and books which themselves contain substantive bibliographies. Organized by subject, this index can be used to locate some of the earliest cited sources on the subject of human rights up to the most current cited material. The citations give the page numbers for the bibliographies themselves. For example, the following items are listed under the subject heading Human rights:

  • Arat, Zehra F. Democracy and human rights in developing countries. Rienner Pubs. 1991 p193-207
  • Fitzpatrick, Joan. Human rights in crisis; the international system for protecting rights during states of emergency. (Procedural aspects of interational law series, v19) University of Pa. Press, 1994 p233-40+.
  • International rights and responsibilities for the future. edited by Kenneth W. Hunter and Timothy C. Mack. Praeger Pubs. 1996 p195-201.
  • Steinmetz, Sara. Democratic transition and human rights: perspectives on U.S. foreign policy. State Univ. of N.Y. Press 1994 p257-78.
  • Stephen, L. "Women's rights are human rights: the merging of feminine and feminist interests among El Salvador's mothers of the disappeared (Co-Madres)." American Ethnologist v22 p.825-7 N '95.

Blaustein, Albert P., Roger S. Clark and Jay A. Sigler, eds. Human Rights Sourcebook. New York: Paragon House, 1987.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks K3238 H86 1987

Burton, June K. Human Rights Bibliography, New York: Clearwater Publishing Company, Inc. 1987.
Microform and Newspaper Collections M 2086
Comprehensive historical bibliography, including citations to thousands of primary sources, law books and journal articles. This invaluable resource is now updated by the database Human Rights on CD-ROM (see below).

Charny, Israel W. and Alan L. Berger. Genocide: a Critical Bibliographic Review. New York: Facts on File Publications, 1989-1991.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks Z7164 G45 G45 1988, vol. 2.
Using the Jewish Holocaust as its model, but surveying all instances of genocide (broadly defined), this bibliography emphasizes materials dealing with the political, social and especially the psychological aspects of its subject.

Cook, Rebecca J. and Valerie L. Oosterveld. "A Select Bibliography of Women's Human Rights," American University Law Review, 44 (1995), pp. 1429-1471.
This bibliography is organized around four themes: international protection, regional protection, domestic protection and specific women's issues. See also the electronic version of this bibliography, created as part of the Diana Project, by the Legal Information Institute, Cornell Law School:


Fenton, Thomas P. and Mary J. Heffron. Human Rights: A Directory of Resources. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis, 1989.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks Q7164 L6 F46 1989

____________, Third World Resource Directory 1994-1995. Maryknoll, New York: Orbis, 1994.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks Z7164 U5 T46 1994
One of the most current sources, it contains directory information to over 2,300 nongovernmental organizations and more than 2,500 annotated entries to print, audiovisual and organizational resources for Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean and the Middle East. The directory is divided first into regions and countries, then groupings organized by 39 broad topics, directory information and a variety of indexes including specific subject, personal names and titles of referenced materials.

Friedman, Julian R. and Marc. I. Sherman. Human Rights: An International and Comparative Law Bibliography. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1985.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks K3236 H86 1985
Contains over 4,000 citations to monographs and periodicals in more than 20 languages. Divided into two sections--rights and institutions--which in turn are arranged by subject. Specializes in topical and geographical areas that were under-represented at the time of its publication.

Great Events from History II Human Rights Series, volume I-V, 1900-1991.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks JC571 G74 1992
Arranged chronologically, this series provides 2,500 word essays on the major events associated with the issue of human rights. Cumulative indexes in the final volume provide key word, category, geographical and personal name access to all articles.

Hamalengwa, M. The International Law of Human Rights in Africa: Basic Documents and Annotated Bibliography. Dordrecht: Boston: M. Nijhoff, 1988.
Government Publications Reference JQ1879 A15 I57 1988

Human Rights in Latin America 1964-1980. Washington DC: Library of Congress, 1983.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks Z7164 L6 H85
A selective annotated bibliography derived from books, pamphlets and journals. Arranged by country with additional listings for governmental and nongovernmental human rights organizations (now seriously outdated), materials on U.S. policy in Latin America and newsletters.

Human Rights on CD-ROM [computer file]. New York: United Nations, 1993-.
Government Pub Reference Media K3236 H864
Compiled by the United Nations Library in Geneva, this database covers 1980-1993, and updates the June Burton work Human Rights Bibliography (see above).

Humana, Charles. World Human Rights Guide. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992.
Suzzallo General Stacks JC571 H788 1992
A country-by-country survey of human rights practices in 120 countries.

Lawson, Edward H. Encyclopedia of Human Rights. Philadelphia: Taylor and Francis, Inc., 1996.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks and Undergraduate Reference JC57p E67 1996.

Meiklejuhn Civil Liberties Institute. Human Rights Organizations and Periodicals Directory. Berkeley: Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute, 1990.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks KF4741 H84 1990
Directory information for U.S. based human rights organizations, including U.S. Federal agencies responsible for the oversight of U.S. human rights policies. Includes subject, periodical and geographic indexes.

Reporters Sans Frontiers (association). Reporters Sans Frontiers 1992 Report: Freedom of the Press Throughout the World. London: John Libbey, 1992.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks PN4735 R46 1992
Country analyses of freedom of the press.

Rupesinghe, Kumar and Berth Verstappen. Ethnic Conflict and Human Rights in Sri Lanka: An Annotated Bibliography. London: International Peace Research Institute, 1989.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks Z3211 R855 1989

Stanek, Edward. Minorities, Aliens and Refugees: A Selected Bibliography for the Study of International Protection of Human Rights of Special Groups. Monticello, Il.: Vance Bibliographies, 1987.
Suzzallo General Stacks Z6464 M6 S82 1987

____________, Human Rights: A Selected Bibliography of Monographs, Essays, Serials and Basic Compilations of Documents and Bibliographies Pertinent to International Protection of Human Rights. Monticello, IL: Vance Bibliographies, 1987.
Suzzallo General Stacks Z7164 L6 S72 1987

Tobin, Jack. Guide to Human Rights Research. Cambridge, MA.: Harvard Law School Human Rights Program, 1994.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks K3236 T63 1994
Emphasizing legal sources, this guide nonetheless provides an excellent "map" to the interrelated layers of human rights publications, organizations and institutions.

Verstappen, Berth. Human Rights Reports: An Annotated Bibliography of Fact-Finding Missions. London: Zell, 1987.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks Z7164 L6 V47 1987
Covering fact-finding missions active between 1970 and 1986, this bibliography includes both IGO and NGO mission reports. Points out interesting statistics regarding public opinion, the "popularity" of some geographic areas and the neglect of others, etc.

Walters, Gregory J. Human Rights in Theory and Practice. Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1995.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks Z7164 L6 W35 1995
This annotated bibliography emphasizes the theoretical foundations of the concept of human rights. The bibliography has a useful organization of chapters, as well as author, geographical and subject indices.

Weinberg, Meyer. World Racism and Related Inhumanities: A Country by Country Bibliography. New York: Greenwood Press, 1992.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks Z7164 R12 W5 1992
A comprehensive worldwide bibliography of racism from ancient times to the present. Included are references to movements aimed at countering and eliminating racial prejudice, slavery, sexism, imperialism, antisemitism, etc.

Whalen, Lucille. Human Rights: A Reference Handbook. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-Clio, 1989.
Suzzallo General Stacks K3240.4 W46 1989

II. University of Washington Online Catalog

To find books by author, title or subject, use the UW Libraries Catalog, accessible via the Campus Network. Consult a librarian if you have any questions regarding search techniques or online access.

Library of Congress subject heading searches, conducted by choosing the Subject Heading box in the online catalog menu screen, will produce much more exact results than a Keyword search because the language of subject headings is carefully controlled. As familiarity with the subject grows, and the specific topic begins to emerge, come back to the subject heading list for more refined search results. Some examples of Subject Headings:

  • Children-legal status, laws, etc.
  • Civil Rights-cases
  • Detention of persons
  • Genocide
  • Human rights
  • Human rights workers-crimes against
  • Minorities-legal status, laws, etc.
  • Political prisoners
  • Political rights
  • Refugees, political
  • Right to life
  • Social Justice
  • Women's rights
Be sure to take advantage of the Browse feature on the Online Catalog when searching for appropriate headings. Also, the printed Library of Congress Subject Headings (a multi-volume set available at most reference desks) provides cross referencing to appropriate headings, narrower and broader terms, and other valuable information.

Searches in Publisher or Author on the names of nongovernmental organizations are also possible, such as:

  • Amnesty International
  • Americas Watch Committee
  • International Institute of Human Rights
  • Middle East Watch
  • World Policy Institute

III. Indexes to the Literature

Alternative Press Index; An Index to Alternative and Radical Publications. College Park, MD: Alternative Press Centre, 1969-.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks A13 A48
Provides access to a range of materials not found in standard indexes, such as Human Rights Internet Reporter, Lies of Our Times and Nonviolent Activist.

Business Periodical Index. Foster City, Calif: Information Access Company, 1989-.
Accessible via the Campus Network and searchable through Willow and Uwin, this source is especially good for journal and newspaper articles relating human rights to political and economic policies. Current within 4 to 6 weeks. Emphasis is western press.

Expanded Academic Index. Foster City, Calif.: Information Access Company, 1989-.
Accessible via the Campus Network and searchable through Willow and Uwin, this source provides citations and abstracts to hundreds of journals, both academic and popular. Current within 4 to 6 weeks. Emphasis is western press.

Human Resources Abstracts. Beverly Hills, Calif.: Sage Publications, 1975-.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks Z7165 U5 P22
Specializes in labor issues, economic conditions, human resources. Broad subject headings supplemented by a geographic index.

International Bibliography of Political Science.International Political Science Association in cooperation with the International Committee for Social Science Information and Documentation. Paris: UNESCO, 1952-.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks Z7163 I64
The classified arrangement of this important annual index to scholar material places "Basic Rights" as a subset of "Political Systems." A subject index at the back helps the user navigate through the categories.

International Bibliography of the Social Sciences: Sociology. International Committee for Social Science Information and Documentation. London: Tavistock Publications, 1955-.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks Z7161 I594.
Arranged in a classified manner, this annual emphasizes scholarly, theoretical works and collections of original articles. Subject and geographic indexes. Many non-English entries.

International Development Abstracts. Norwich: Geo Abstracts, 1982-.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks HC59.69 I57, 1982-.
Key abstracting service for developing countries. Covers both policy and practical research. Keyword cumulated indexes published annually.

Joint Publications Research Service (JPRS). Springfield, Va.: National Technical Information Service, 1962-.
JPRS monitors and provides translations to materials of foreign broadcasts, news agency transmissions, government policy releases, etc. The translations are available in the Microform and Newspaper Collections, and the indexes are in Government Publications. Similar to FBIS (see below) JPRS materials are usually lengthier.

Legal Resource Index. Foster City, Calif.: Information Access Company1980-.
Accessible through the Campus Network and searchable on Willow and UWIN, this index covers over 800 major English language legal publications, such as law reviews, specialty law publications and selected articles from several legal newspapers. It is updated monthly.

PAIS. New York: Public Affairs Information Service, 1980-.
Accessible through the Campus Network and searchable on Willow and UWIN, this pre-eminent public policy index provides quick access to listings for a vast number of journals, some monographs and selected government agency publications. Printed indexes go back to 1915; the electronic database covers the past 16 years and is updated monthly.

Sage Race Relations Abstracts. Manchester, UK: Institute of Race Relations, 1976-.
Suzzallo Reference Stacks HT1501 S22.
Abysmal subject indexing, but section for "Courts and the Judiciary" may be pertinent.

IV. Newspaper and Current News Access

Newspaper coverage can sometimes be the only source of information about particular situations, or it can be the most current source of information. Online services allow access to wire service stories within 24 hours. Archived news sources provide an overview of how an event was covered, its emergence into public awareness, even the accuracy and inaccuracy with which a story was reported. A variety of resources are available.

Ethnic NewsWatch. Stamford, Ct.:Softline Information Inc., 1989-.
Microform and Newspaper Collections
Soon to be directly accessible via the Web, this fulltext database currently available on CD-ROM provides access by keyword searching to over 100 ethnic and minority community newspapers published within the United States. Useful for an alternative perspective on human rights violations in this country, and also for coverage of events from the countries of ethic origin.

Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS). New Canaan, Ct.: NewsBank/Readex, 1979-1996.
Microform and Newspaper Collections.
The index to FBIS is on CD-ROM and provides access to one of the foremost information-gathering tools of the U.S. intelligence community. Similar to JPRS (see above) FBIS collects, translates and indexes newspaper articles, radio and television broadcasts and some government communiques from a wide range of foreign countries. Some of the significance of this source is in the perspectives of the translations, many of which originate from controlled press environments. This resource has now moved to the web and id password accessible through Government Publications, Microform and Newspaper Collections, and Suzzallo General Reference.

National Newspaper Index. Foster City, Calif.; Information Access Company, 1989-
Accessible through the Campus Network, this index provides citations to the five major U.S. daily newspapers: New York Times, Christian Science Monitor, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times and the Wall Street Journal. Current to within 4 to 6 weeks of publication.

Lexis-Nexis. Dayton, Oh.: Mead Data Central, 1976-.
This online database includes hundreds of source files pertinent to human rights research.Just a very small sample of news sources concerned with human rights issues include:

  • Central America Update. Latin American Institute, University of New Mexico. Coverage from 10/1/1986. and updated weekly. Contains reports and analyses on human rights issues, regional security and U.S. policy initiatives in the region. Choose NEWS-->CAMUPD
  • Inter Press Service. New York: Global Information Network. Coverage from 4/1/1984 and updated daily. This international wire service is best known for its coverage of developing nations in Latin America, the Caribbean and the Middle East. Journalists are often from the region. Emphasis is on environmental and development issues, human rights and political policy debate. Choose NEWS-->INPRES
  • Polish News Bulletin, Warszawa. Coverage from 8/1990 and updated daily. This daily newsletter covers selected newspapers of Poland and is a joint venture with the U.S. and U.K. embassies in Warszawa. Translations are not always complete. Some special reports are included of government publications and economic reviews. Choose NEWS-->PNBUL
  • Telegraph Agency of the Soviet Union, Moscow. Coverage from 1979 and updated daily. Still described as the official Soviet news agency, Tass in English produces over 100 news stories on science, economics and political policy from a Soviet perspective. Choose NEWS-->TASS (for backfiles from 1979-1987, search BBCSWB file).
  • Washington Times, Washington, DC. Coverage from 5/17/1982 and updated daily. For a conservative perspective of current events, nationally and worldwide, search the Washington Times. Choose NEWS-->WTIMES.
  • Xinhua (New China) News Agency, New York. Coverage from 1/1/1997 and updated daily. The official news agency of the People's Republic of China provides the Chinese government view of political events, economic performance, diplomatic exchanges, and extensive reporting from African and Asian countries. This wire service is aimed at western audience consumption. Choose NEWS-->XINHUA

    V. Other Sources


    Amnesty International Newsletter. London: Amnesty International.
    Microform and Newspaper Collections M1884
    Comes as part of the AI collection on microfiche. For the most current information, go to the AI homepage.

    Annual Report of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights/Organization of American States. Washington DC: General Secretariat of the OAS. 1988/89-.
    Government Publications KDZ578.I5 A7

    Civil Rights Journal. Washington DC: U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. 1995-.
    Government Publications CR1.17:

    Freedom in the World. New York: Freedom House. 1978-.
    Suzzallo Periodicals Stacks JC517 J66

    Freedom Review. New York: Freedom House. 1970-.
    Suzzallo Periodicals Stacks D839 F752
    (former title Freedom at Issue)

    Harvard Human Rights Journal. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Law School. 1989-.
    Gallagher Law Library K3236.2 H38
    Covers European human rights issues, scholarly articles, annual report on the status of all international human rights instruments and national court decisions relevant to human rights issues.

    Human Rights Quarterly. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 1981-.
    Suzzallo Periodicals Stacks JC571 U58
    Scholarly articles from the legal, social science and sociology fields. As one of the electronic journals subscribed to by the UW Libraries, fulltext of Human Rights Quarterly is also available.

    Human Rights Watch/Americas (Newsletter). New York: Human Rights Watch.

    UW Tacoma Lib. Periodicals, backfiles at Suzzallo Periodicals Stacks JC599 L3 N49

    The UW Tacoma Library has current subscriptions to a number of regional newsletters published by Human Rights Watch.

    Issues in Law and Medicine. Terre Haute, IN.: National Legal Center for the Medically Dependent and Disabled, Inc. 1985-.

    Health Sciences Serials

    Indigenous World. Copenhagen: International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs. 1993-.

    Suzzallo General Stacks GN380 I95

    Annual global review of the most significant events in human rights efforts for indigenous peoples. IWGIA is an independent international organization working to support indigenous people struggling against repression.

    IWGIA Newsletter. Copenhagen: International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs.

    Suzzallo Periodicals Stacks GN380 N48. 1988-.

    (see entry above)

    Journal of Medical Humanities. New York: Human Sciences Press. 1989-.

    Health Sciences Serials

    (continues earlier titles)

    Journal of Refugee Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 1988-.

    Suzzallo Periodicals Stacks HV640 J68

    Refugees Magazine. New York: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. 1982-.

    Government Publications Stacks UNHCR R258

    Published by the pre-eminent UN organization working on behalf of the world's refugees.

    Vietnam Journal. Burlingame, CA.: Project of the Vietnam Human Rights Group. 1992-.

    Suzzallo Periodicals Stacks DS550 V53

    (former title Indochina Journal)

    Yearbook of Human Rights. New York: United Nation

    Government Publications JC571 Y4


    Amnesty International. London: Amnesty International, 1962-1994.

    Microform and Newspaper Collections under various microfiche numbers.

    Contains country dossiers (press reports, transcripts of radio broadcasts and interviews with former prisoners), country reports, general publications, annual reports and other series of publications. Printed index at the service desk. For more current information, see:


    Human Relations Area File (HRAF). New Haven, Ct.: Human Relations Area Files, Inc.

    Microform and Newspaper Collections

    HRAF collects thousands of texts related to individual cultures of the world. Begun as a way of comparing cultures, HRAF has become an important and unique resource for detailed cultural information on all segments of human activity. Source documents date from the late 19th century to the 1970's. Quality of the information varies and HRAF provides a guide to reliability of the data. This would be a potentially valuable resource in situations where cultural differences determine procedure and policy. The bulk of material is on microfiche, but the resource is being converted to a CD-ROM database.

    Human Rights Internet. Human Rights Documents, 1980-1990. Zug, Switzerland: Inter Documentation Co.

    Microform and Newspaper Collections M 1885.

    This collection is composed of published materials from non-governmental human rights organizations. Many of these groups operated underground, in opposition to repressive regimes. The geographical scope is global. For more current information, go to the Human Rights Internet (HRI) home page at:


    Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. [Documents of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and Reports Issued by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights from 1960-1894]. Washington DC: Organization of American States.

    Microform and Newspaper Collections M1998

    A large collection of OAS official records documenting human rights issues in member nations. A microfiched index at the beginning of the set provides access by type of record (yearbook, report, etc.) and court.

    Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Research. 1950's-1980's. Zug, Switzerland: Inter Documentation Co.

    Microform and Newspaper Collections (various M numbers).

    The Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty programs waged a decades long battle of the airwaves in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union for the hearts and minds of the peoples "behind the iron curtain." An array of special reports, outright propaganda, news coverage from the Western press and many other materials can be found in these collections. Since the breakup of the Soviet bloc, many people from these targeted countries have given testimony as to the importance of the Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty Research programs as a force for the cause of human rights. Information on non-ruling Communist Party activities in Western countries and research reports on some Asian countries are included here as well.


    Academic Freedom 3: Education and Human Rights. Zed Books, 1995.

    Suzzallo General Stacks LC72 A42 1995

    One in a series from World University Service which explores the condition of educational rights and academic freedoms annually throughout the world.

    Barret-Kriegel, Blandine. The State and the Rule of Law. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1995.

    UW Bothell Lib. Stacks JC571 B35815 1995

    Bornschier, Volker, ed., Conflicts and New Departures in World Society. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers, 1994.

    UW-Tacoma Library Stacks HC59 B5998 1994

    Ellings, Richard J., and Marie T. Pielage, MFN Status, Human Rights, and U.S.-China Relations. Seattle: National Bureau o Asian Research, 1994.

    Suzzallo General Stacks HF1733 C6 M15 1994

    Falkowski, James, Indian Law/Race Law: A Five Hundred Year History. New York: Praeger, 1992.

    Suzzallo General Stacks KDZ480 F35 1992

    Gewirth, Alan. The Community of Rights. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996.

    Suzzallo General Stacks JC571 G437 1996

    Hancock, Curtis L. and Anthony O. Simon, eds. Freedom, Virtue and the Common Good. Notre Dame, IN: American Maritain Association/ University of Notre Dame Press.

    Suzzallo General Stacks BJ1531 F74 1995.

    Huften, Olwen. Historical Change and Human Rights: The Oxford Amnesty Lectures 1994. New York: Basic Books, 1995.

    Suzzallo General Stacks JC571 H564 1995

    Human Rights Watch, The Bush Administration's Record on Human Rights in 1989. New York: Human Rights Watch, 1990.

    Suzzallo General Stacks JC571 B88

    Human Rights Watch and Natural Resources Defense Council, Defending the Earth: Abuses of Human Rights and the Environment. New York: Natural Resources Defense Council, 1992.

    Suzzallo General Stacks JC571 D43 1992

    The Human Rights Watch Global Report on Women's Human Rights. New York: Human Rights Watch, 1995.

    Suzzallo General Reference HV6250.4 W65 H85 1995

    Johnston, Barbara Rose, ed., Who Pays the Price? The Sociocultural Context of Environmental Crisis. Washington DC: Island Press, 1994.

    Suzzallo General Stacks JA75.8 W57 1994

    Lewis, Jerome and Judy Knight. The Twa of Rwanda. Chadlington, UK: World Rainforest Movement and the International Working Group for Indigenous Affairs.1995.

    Suzzallo General Stacks DT 450.25 B38 L48 1995

    Munro, Robin. Death by Default: a Policy of Fatal Neglect in China's State Orphanages. New York: Human Rights Watch, 1996.

    UW Bothell Lib. Stacks HV6626.54 C6 M86 1996

    Organization of American States, Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, Special Report on the Human Rights Situation in the So-Called "Communities of Peoples of Resistance" in Guatemala. Washington DC: General Secretariat, Organization of American States, 1994.

    UW-Bothell Library Stacks JC599 G8 S74 1994

    Sachs, Aaron. Eco-Justice: Linking Human Rights and the Environment. Washington DC: Worldwatch Institute, 1995.

    Suzzallo General Stacks GF75 S237 1995

    Sarat, Austin and Thomas R. Kearns. Identities, Politics and Rights. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1995.

    Suzzallo General Stacks JC571 I33 1995

    Shattuck, Petra T., Partial Justice: Federal Indian Law in a Liberal Constitutional System. New York: Berg, 1991.

    Suzzallo General Stacks KF8205 S47 1991

    Sieghart, Paul. The International Law of Human Rights. New York: Clarendon Press, 1983.

    UW-Bothell Lib.Stacks K3240.4 S49 1983

    U.S. Department of State. Civil and Political Rights in the United States; Initial Report of the United States of America to the U.N. Human Rights Committee under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. Washington DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, July 1994.

    Government Publications S1.2 C49/9

    Wilkinson, Charles F. American Indians, Time and the Law: Native Societies in the Modern Constitutional Democracy. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1987.

    UW Bothell Lib. Stacks and Suzzallo General Stacks KF8205 W53 1987

    Wintemute, Robert. Sexual Orientation and Human Rights; The United States Constitution, the European Convention and The Canadian Charter. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1995.

    Suzzallo General Stacks HQ76.5 W56 1995.

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