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View Resource US Department of State: Table of Contents for Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 1996

These reports, annually issued to the US Congress by the State Department, as mandated by law, contain information "regarding the status of internationally recognized human rights... in countries that receive [US] assistance as well as in other foreign countries." The reports are provided by the US embassies in the countries covered, as well as other State Department officers (see the preface for...

https://www.state.gov/www/global/human_rights/1996_hrp_repor...
View Resource Amnesty International Annual Report: 1998

Amnesty International, one of the world's foremost human rights organizations, has recently published its 1998 Annual Report. The web version is not complete, but it does offer lengthy summaries of human rights concerns and abuses in a large number of countries. Users can view regional summaries with links to specific nations or access summary reports on specific nations, through the regional...

https://reliefweb.int/report/world/amnesty-international-ann...
View Resource Human Rights Watch World Report 2000

Human Rights Watch issued their annual world report last week, summarizing the state of human rights in 66 countries around the globe. Written with the clarity and detail that marked previous annual issues, this year's report is distinguished by its note of guarded optimism. The report cites two main trends as evidence of a partial dismantling of national sovereignty as an impenetrable defense for...

https://www.hrw.org/legacy/wr2k/
View Resource Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 1998

The US State Department released its annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices to the US Congress on February 26. Composed from evidence and data gathered by embassy staff, government officials, military sources, human-rights monitors, journalists, and others, the reports are designed to serve as a resource for shaping policy, conducting diplomacy, and determining international resource...

https://www.state.gov/www/global/human_rights/1998_hrp_repor...
View Resource Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 1999

The US State Department released its annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices to the US Congress on February 25. Composed from evidence and data gathered by embassy staff, government officials, military sources, human-rights monitors, journalists, and others, the reports are designed to serve as a tool for shaping policy, conducting diplomacy, and determining international resource...

https://www.state.gov/www/global/human_rights/99hrp_index.ht...
View Resource Amnesty International Report 2000: Annual Report Summaries

Amnesty International (AI), one of the world's foremost human rights organizations, recently released its 2000 Annual Report. As always, the report "documents human rights issues of concern to AI worldwide" during the previous year as well as reporting on "the activities AI has undertaken during the year to promote human rights and to campaign against specific human rights abuses." The report...

https://www.amnesty.org/en/documents/POL10/004/2000/en/
View Resource Amnesty International Report 2001

Released on May 30, this year's annual report from Amnesty International (AI) takes particular aim at torture and the death penalty, as well as urging governments to protect rights that may be threatened by globalization. The report begins with a Forward by AI Secretary General Pierre Sane and an extensive Introduction, both of which are also available in .pdf format. The bulk of the report is a...

https://www.amnesty.org/en/documents/POL10/001/2001/en/
View Resource Amnesty International Report 2005

Released several weeks ago, the Amnesty International Report 2005 documents the somewhat disturbing trends across the globe, as numerous nations and international organizations have failed to effectively act to avert a number of humanitarian crises. Many different parties will find the report helpful, as this site offers access to regional overviews and a list of countries that visitors can peruse...

http://www.amnesty.eu/static/documents/2006/AI_EU_Assoc_annu...
View Resource Amicus

Amicus is a new online supplement to Harvard's Civil Rights Civil Liberties Law Review, and focuses on internet-based civil rights and civil liberties scholarship. It has an unfussy, attractive design that makes it easy to see what's new on the site. The site is divided up into "Recent Developments", "Policy Pieces", and "CR-CL Conversations". There is an online archive available to keep track...

http://harvardcrcl.org/amicus/