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									I                                                                                                                 GENERAL




I                                                                 1501 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, P A 19107, U S A

I   1155 E. 60th St., Chicago, IL 60637, USA.
                                                                  The American Friends Service Committee, established
                                                                  by the Religious society of Friends, is dedicated to the
    The Sub-committee on Human Rights Education was
                                                                  search for non-violent solutions to human problems. It
I   established by the International Law Section of the
    ABA in April 1979. Its objective is to promote the
    teaching of international rights in law schools and in
                                                                  works in areas of political tension and disaster offering
                                                                  services of relief and rehabilitation. AFSC pursues
    social science departments at the university level.           work in the field of human rights in each of its three

I   Since 1981, the Sub-committee has held an annual
    summer institute on international human rights educa-
                                                                  program divisions: CommunityRelations, Internation-
                                                                  al Affairs, and Peace Education. What follows are
                                                                  selective AFSC publications on human rights and re-
    tion, in cooperation with other institutions.
                                                                  lated issues beginning in 1980.
I                         -
                    1980 1981 Material
                                                                                   1980 - 1981 Material

I      1 A Plan for Promoting the Tcaching of Intcma-
          tional Human Rights in the United States,
          March 8,1980,14 pp.
                                                                  AFSC Women's Newsletter
                                                                    1 (Summer 1980), 24 pp.
      2 Status Report on Human Rights Education                         Fi
                                                                    2 ( a l1980),20 pp.

I         Project, January 3, 1980, 14 pp.
      3 Program Schedule for International Human
                                                                  Korea Keuort
                                                                    3 No. 7 (April 1980), 13 pp.
          Rights Teaching Institute, July 28 - August 1,            4 No. 8 (July 1980), 19 pp.

I           1980,2 pp.
      4 Report on the Proceedings of the first Interna-
          tional Human Rights Teaching Institute held
                                                                  ID B u l l e h
                                                                    5 (Summer 1980), 4 pp.
                                                                  Ouaker International Re-ports

I         July 28 through August 1, 1980,45 pp.
      5 Announcing the second annual International
          Human Rights Teaching Institute, 1 p.
                                                                    6 January 1980, "Seeing the Internal Logic-The
                                                                         Nicaraguan 'Process','' 5 pp.
                                                                  Other ReDorts and Documents
      6 Program of the second annual International                  7 Countries in Crisis: Report o an AFSC Study
                                                                                                     f
I         Human Rights Teaching Institute, 1 p.                          Tour to Central America and the Caribbean
                                                                         (November-December 1980), 19 pp.
                                                                    8 "The Aid for El Salvador i Called Non-
                                                                                                   s
                No further material received.
I                                                                        Lethal,"article reprint, June 15, 1980,l p.
                                                                    9 News Release: "Salvadoreans' Deaths i    n
                                                                         Arizona Called Unnecessary Tragedy," July
                                                                         10, 1980,2 pp.
I                                                                    10 News Release. On death of a Guatemalan Ia-
                                                                        dian, October 3 1, 1980, 1 p.
                                                                     11 News Release: On kidnapping and torture of
I                                                                       potential democratic leaders in El Salvador
                                                                        and Guatemala, December 22,1980,3 pp.
                                                                     12 Memo on Haitian Refugees, May 1,1980,7

I                                                                       PP.
                                                                     13 Visit to Pueno Rico, September 30 - October
                                                                        3 , 1980,7 pp.

I                                                                    14 Ecumenical Visit to El Salvador, March 22-
                                                                        25,1980,6 pp.
                                                                     15 Middle East Conflicts: Reflections on a Trip
                                                                        to the Middle East, Summer 1980,25 pp.
I                                                                    16 Testimony submitted to Select Committee on
                                                                        Immigration and Refbgee Policy by AFSC
                                                                         and Mexican Friends Service Committee,

I                                                                        June 1980,216 pp.
                                                                      17 Anniial Report of the International Division,



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I
I
                                                                                                              I
      October I , 1980 to September 30, 1981,'75                      I984 - 1986 Material
      PP.

               1982 - 1983 Material
                                                      Publications
                                                         42 The Lessons of Marion: The Failure of M x -
                                                                                                      ai
                                                                                                              I
Pamphlets
  I8 Roots of the Struggle
                                                              mum Secunty Pnson: A hstory and
                                                              Analysis, with Voices of Prisoners, (un-
                                                              dated), 40 pp.
                                                                                                              li
  19 Questions and Answers About the Current          NARMIC Publications (National ActiodResearch on
      Situation in Guatemala
  20 An Activist's Guide to Vietnam: A Television
                                                      the Military Industrial Complex)
                                                         43 Honduras: the US M k t a r y Buildup and
                                                              Human Rights, by Eva Gold, (December
                                                                                                              I
      History
  2 1 AFSC's Material Aids Program and Howq
      You Can Help
                                                              1983),4 pp.
                                                         44 A View of the US role in ;the Militarization
                                                              of Central America, (a report based on a trip
                                                                                                              1
  22 Haitian Refugees--AFSC Programs Respond
                                                              from November 20 - December 14,1983 to
      to a Need
  23 YouandtheDraft
  24 In Times of TurmoilIThe AFSC's Work with
                                                              Panama, Costa Rica, Honduras, El Salvador,
                                                              and Nicaragua), January 1984,17 pp.
                                                                                                              I
                                                         45 The Ahuas Tara 1 &excises, A Supplement
                                                                               1
      Refugees
       atn
  25 Mri Luther King, Jr. On Hunger, Poverty
       and Unemployment
                                                              to a View of the US Role in the Militariza-
                                                              tion of Central America, (February 1984), 9     I
                                                              PP-
  26 The Middle East hs/Nuke/Arms/Nuke Con-
       necaon
  27 Questions and Answers/AFSC and the Israeli-
                                                         46 Map, "On the Brink...US Milirary Interven-
                                                              tion in Central America and the Caribbean,"
                                                               1P.
                                                                                                               1
       Palestinian conflict                              47 Letter, (November 29,1984), 1 p.
  28 Namibia (August 1981), 42 pp.
 29 Beyond Beirut/lsraeli Journalists Dialogues
                                                         48 Invasion: A tiuide to the US Mhtary
                                                              Presence in Central America, (May 1985), 25
                                                                                                               1
       with Arafat, July/August 1982,23 pp.                   PP.
  30 What's Wrong in Central America and What
       to do About It (May 1983), 58 pp.
  3 1 Questions and Answers on Lebanon (May
                                                          49 What Are We Afraid Of: Facts and Fears
                                                               About the Communist Threat" in Central
                                                               America, (December 1986), 16 pp.
                                                                                                               I
       1983),25 pp.
AFSC Women's Newsletter
  32 Vol. 3, Nos 1 and 2 (1982), 16 pp.
                                                                          Southern Africa
                                                          50 Investing in Apartheid, NARMIC, (January
                                                               1983), 12 pp.
                                                                                                               I
  33 Vol. 4, No. 1 (1983), 8 pp.
Other Publications
  34 W W o rId Coalition News, No. 7
                                                          5 1 Letter, "Creative Approaches to Southern
                                                               Africa Work," (May 18, 1983), 3 pp.
                                                          52 Notes from Coherence Meeting, (June 1,
                                                                                                               I
       (FaIIrWmter 1983), 32 pp.                               1983), 5 pp.
  35 The Militarization of Central America (un-
        dated), 4 pp.
                                                          53 Letter No. 1 from Ted Lockwood, H r r ,
                                                               Zimbabwe, (April 13,1983), 8 pp.
                                                                                                   aae        1
  36 The US Pacification Program in El Sal-               54 Letter No. 2 from TL, (June 22,1983),10 pp.
        vador/A Report on the Central American
       'War CFlecemher 1981), X pp
   37 The Central American War: A Guide to the
                                                          55 Letter No. 3 from TL, (August 18,1983), 7 pp.
                                                          56 Letter No. 4 fiom TL, (September 26, I'383),     1
                                                               5 PP.
      US Military Buildup (Revised April 1983),
       12 PP.
   38 Central American Re€ugees/A Survey of the
                                                          57 Letter No. 5 from TL, (November 23,1983),
                                                                12PP
                                                           58 Letter No. 6 from TL, (February 22,1984), 12
                                                                                                              I
      Current Situation (Revised May 1983), 38 pp.
   39 Guatemala 1983 (December 1983), 36 pp.
   40 Reports from the Palestine National Council
                                                               PP.
                                                           59 News Release, Paul Brink, (March 1, 1984), 2
                                                               PP.
                                                                                                              I
      (February 1983), 19 pp.                              60 Letter No. 7 from TL, (June 28,1984), 6 pp.
   41 Lebanon/Toward legal Order and Respect for
       Human Rights, Second Edition (1984), 59 pp.
                                                           61 Letter No. 8 from TL, (June 28,1984), 9 pp.
                                                           62 Letter No. 9 from TL,(August 17,1984), 5 pp.
                                                                                                              I
                                                           63 Letter No. 10 from TL,(October 19,1984), 8
                                                              PP.
                                                          64 I ptter Nn 1 1 frnm TI., (April 1985), 4 pp      I
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                         Crben
                          aiba                                  84 Central America Programs of the AFSf.

I    65 News Release, Paul Brink, (January 12,
          1 9 8 4 2 pp.
     66 U.S. Non-Intervention Policy Recommended:
                                                                    "Meeting the Challenge: AFSC Responds to
                                                                    the Crisis in Central America," (October
                                                                    1984),4 pp.
         AFSC Grenada Delegation Report Issued,                 85 Informarion portfolio: "Options for Peace in

I        (February 15,1984). 1 p.
     67 News Release, "Seminario Caribeno Sobre
                                                                    Central America: Background and Analysis,"
                                                                    1985, 8 elements, 36 pp.
         Amenazas a la Paz," (in Spanish), October 1,                              Costa R i a

1        1984,3 pp.
     68 Western Union Telegrams, (in Spanish and
         English), October 4,1984,3 pp.
                                                                86 Report on Costa Rica, (Summer 1984), 10 pp.
                                                                                  El Salvador
                                                                87 "The U.S. Pacification Program in Central

I    69 The United States Invasion of Grenada: A
         Statement of Concern, 4 pp.
     70 Grenada and the Eastern Caribbean: A Report
                                                                    America: A Report on the Central American
                                                                    War," NARMIC, (December 1983), 10 pp.
                                                                88 Memorandum: El Salvador and Nicaragua--
         of a Delegation Visit between December 27,                 Crucial Votes in Congress, (April 11, 1983),
         1983 and January 9,1984,34 pp.                             13 PP.
                      Central America                           89 "Canadian Foreign Policy and El Salvador,"
     7 1 Central America: Roots of the Crisis, 1983 2               Tim Draimin, (May 1982), taken from
I        PP.
     72 AFSC Public Statement in Urgent Concern
                                                                    GrounBs, by Lisa North.
                                                                90 News Release, (January 24,1983), 2 pp.
         for t h Plight of Central American Refugees,
                  ~                                             91 "The Media in El Salvador: An Informal

I        (January 22,1983), 7 pp.
     73 LRtter to President Reagan, (April 28,1983),
        2 PP.                                                   92
                                                                     Evaluation." Richad Ehstad, (Octoki 1984),
                                                                      4 PP.
                                                                     "After La Palma: Prospects for Negotiated
                                                                      Solutions in El Salvador," Phillip Berryman,
I    74 News Release, "New Study Oittlinm
        Negotiated Solution in Central America,"
        Paul Brink, (April 29,1983), 2 pp.                      93
                                                                      (October 23,1984), 4 pp.
                                                                     Working Notes I-- Salvadoran Elections,
     75 News Release, "Quaker Organization Jlndor-                    (March 27,1984), in Spanish and Enghsh, 15
I       ses National March Against U.S. Intervention
        in the Caribbean," Paul Brink, (October 3 1,            94
                                                                      PP.
                                                                     IMAGES of El Salvador -- June 1984,21 pp.
         1983), 2 pp.                                           95   "Forum for Peace and Survival of the El Sal-
     76 Letter on 'The Kissinger Commision Report:                    vadoran People," by Dick Erstad, (April 16,
        A Critique," by Paul Brink, (January 1984),                   1986), 15 pp.
         13 PP.                                                                    Guatemala
I    77 Report, "The Kissinger Commission Report:
        A Critique," by Phillip Berryman, (January
         1984), 13 pp.
                                                                96 "Guatemala: The People and Their Reality,"
                                                                    (June 1984), 24 pp.
                                                                                  Nicaraw
     78 News Release, "Quaker Organization Fears                97 Fourth Round of Talks Between the
I        Major F-walation of K T .C, War Effort in
         Central America," Paul Brink, (Septer tber
                                                                     Nicaraguan Government and Misurasata,
                                                                    (July 1985), 6 pp.
         14,1984), 2 pp.                                        98 "The New Nicaraguan Settlements," Tony
I    79 Report on the Sanctuary Movement, "The
         Sanctuary Crackdown: What's at Stake," by
         Phillip Berryman, (January 31,1985), 4 pp.
                                                                    Equale, Matagalpa, (August 1985), 14 pp.
                                                                99 "The Nicaraguan Trade Embargo-- What It
                                                                    Portends," PhiUip Berryman, (May 9,1985),

1    80 Letter: U.S. said to be engaged in what
          amniintc to an all out C!ntml Ameriran in-
         vasion. Paul Brink, (June 14,1985), 2 pp.
                                                                    4 PP.
                                                                100 NCWS    Relcase, "More Aid to Nicaragua,"
                                                                    Kimberly Everett, (October 10, 1984), 2 pp.

m    8 1 Cover letter to report by NARMIC entitled
         "INVASION: A Guide to the U.S. Presence
         in Central America," (March 15,1985), 1 p.
                                                                101 "'Softening Up' the U.S. Public on
                                                                    Nicaragua," Reggie Norton, 4 pp.
                                                                102 "Contadora, Nicaragua, and the Reagan Ad-


e
     82 Congressional Record on the U.S. Role in the                ministration," Phillip Berryman, (October 8,
         Militarization of Central America (with cover              1984), 2 pp.
         letter for report son the same topic), April 6,        103 "Nicaragua's Election: Another Perspec-
          198417 2 pp.                                              tive," Frank Brodhead, (November 1984), 3

I    83 "A Quaker Wimess for Peace with Justice in
         Central America," (September 29,1985), 4
         PP.
                                                                    PP.
                                                                104 Pamphlet, "Talking Sense About


I                                                          41


1.
      ~ic~agua,"   (1%4), 13 pp.
 105 News Release, " l n t e ~ t i Peace Ship to
                                     o~                   135 Sorting Out the Soviets: 12 Questions about
      Arrive in Nicamgua with Over $3.5 ion                   Soviet Power and Policies, January 1987, 12
      in Aid," Paul Brink, (July 33, 1984),3 pp.              PP.
                       Chile                              136 "Thc United States in Central America.
 106 Chilean Indian Organization Targeted by                  Rhetoric and Reality," Phillip Berryman,
      Government and Death Squads, (April 1984),              January 1987,5 pp.
      1 P.                                                137 "Talking Sense about Nicaragua: 1987 Up-
 107 Memorandum, Chile Emergency Action Net-                  date," April 1987, brochure, 14 pp.
      work, (May 14,1984), 10 pp.                         138 "Voices from Apartheid's Other War: South
             Quaker Service Bulletin                          Africa's Aggression against its Neighbors,"
 108 Vol. 65, No. 1, (issue 147),Winter 1984,8                1987, pamphlet, 20 pp.
                                                          139 "Disarmament 2000 Working Conference,
      PP.
 109        No. 2, (issue 148), Spring 1984,8 pp.             June 19-21, 1987,Final Report," pamphlet,
 110        No. 3, (issue 149), Fl 1984, 12 pp.
                                 al                           12 PP.
                                                          140 Militarization, Central America and the U S .
 111 Vol. 66, No. 1, (issue 150),Winter 1985,8
                                                              Role, NAFUvlIC/AFSC, June 1987,14 pp.
      PP.                                                 141 The Military Encirclement o Nicaragua, Eva
                                                                                          f
 112        No. 3, (issue 152), Fall 1985,8 pp.               Gold, NARMIC/A.FSC, July 1987,34 pp.
   C Women 's Newsletter isten Real Loud)                 142 "Seeking Safe Haven in Florida," brochure,
 113 Vol. 5, NOS. 1-2, 1984,12 pp.                            n.d., 2 pp.
 114 Vol. 6, No. 1, (Winter 198% 8 pp.                    143 Struggle n v w Autnnnmy . A Repnrt on the At-




-
 1.15       No. 2, (Spnng 1985), 10 pp.                       lantic Coast of Nicaragua, July 1987,38 pp.
 116        No. 3, (Summer 1985),8 pp.                    144 "Breaking with a Bitter Past: Toward a New
 117 Vol. 7, Nos. 1-2, (Wmter/Spring 1986), 11                U.S. Relationship with Cenual America,"
      PP.                                                     pamphlet, August 1981,Mpp.
 118        No. 3, (Summer 198% 8 pp.                     145 "Mini Guide to Apartheid," brochure, Oc-
                                                              tober 1987,6 pp.
  119 News Release on Refugees, (December 14,             146 Haiti: Background to the Elections, January
      1983), 8 pp.                                            17,1988,1988,44 pp.
  120 Views on Pending Immigration Issues, Na-            147 "The A I D S Crisis: Education and Policy Is-
      tional Community relations Division, (April             sues," brochure, February 1988,lO pp.
      15,1985), 3 pp.                                    B.QQb
                                                          148 Missed Opportunitiesfor Peace: U.S.Middle
               1987-1988Material                              East Policy 1981 -1986, by Ronald J. Young,
                                                              1987,195 pp.
Listen Rea1 Loud : News of Women's Liberation             149 South Africa: Challenge and Hope, Lyle
Worldwide                                                     T a m , ed. Rev. ed. 1987,235 pp.
  121 Vol. 7, no. 4, Winter 1986-1987, 16 pp.             150 Two Kureas -- One Future?, John Sullivan &
  122 Vol. 8, no. 1, Spring 1987,16 pp.                       Roberta Foss (eds.), 1987,172 pp.
  123       no. 2, Fall 1987,16 pp.                       151 What Are We Afraid O ? An Assessment of
                                                                                    j
   124 Vol. 9, no. 1, 1988, 16pp.                                the "Communist Threat" in Central America,
         (no. 2, 1988 no1 published)                             John Lampcrti, N M C - A F S C , 1988,123
     C quaker Service Bulletin                                   PP-
   125 No. 156, Winter 1987, 8 pp.
  136 No 157, Spring 1987,8 pp
  127 No. 158, Fall 1987,8 pp.
  128 No. 159, Winter 1988,8 pp.
  129 No. 160, Spring 1988,8 pp.
  130 No. 161, Fall 1988,8 pp.
United States &&Apartheid Newsletter
  131 Vol. 2, no. 2, Spring 1987,8 pp.
  132       no, 3, Fall 1987,8 pp.
  133 Vol. 3 , no. 1, Winter 1988,8 pp.
  134 Spring-Summer 1988,8 pp.



                                                    42
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     **1192 ** American Friends                                 Reports
                                                                 165 AFSC Perspectives on the Employer Sanctions
        Service Committee (,.IFSC)                                    Provisions of the Immigration Reform and
                                                                      Control Act of 1986, Febmary 1989, 30 pp.
1501 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102, USA.                 166 Israel and the Egyptian Ten Points, October
                                                                      1989, 8 pp.
The American Friends Service Committee, established              167 Beit Sahour, November 1989, 9 pp.
by the Religious society of Friends, is dedicated to             168 Horror, Struggle, and Hope: Guatemala Faces
the search for non-violent solutions to human                         the 1990s, August 1990, 26 pp.
problems. It works in areas of political tension and             169 Swords into Plowshares: Economic Conversion
disaster offering services of relief and rehabilitation.              and the US Bases in the Philippines, October
AFSC pursues work in the field of human rights in                     1990, 24 pp.
each of its three program divisions: Community                   170 AFSC v. Thornburgh: Immigration,
Relations, International Affairs, and Peace Education.                Employment and Religious Freedom,
What follows are selective AFSC publications on                       November 1990, 30 pp. including April 1992
human rights and related issues beginning in 1980.                    Addendum.
                                                                 171 The Political Economy of Cocaine, Judy
1989-1990 iMaterial                                                   Claude, December 1990, 28 pp.

Listen Real Loud: News of Women's Liberation                    Boletin Resistencia, in Spanish and English
Worldwide                                                         172 Winter 1988, 24 pp.
  152 Vol. 10, NO. 1-2, 1990, 24 pp.
                                                                Mini-Guides
AFSC Quaker Service Butletiii                                    173 Angola: The US'S Undeclared War Against
  153   No.   162, Winter 1989, 8 pp.                                 The Angolan People ... The Cost of Peace,
  154   No.   163, Spring 1989, 8 pp.                                 n.d., 6 pp.
  155   No.   164, Fall 1989, 8 pp.                              174 Apartheid, n,d., 6 pp.
  156   No.   165, Winter 1990, 8 pp.                            175 Mozambique: Struggle for Survival, n.d., 6 pp.
  157   No.   166, Summer 1990, 8 pp.
  158   No.   167, Fall 1990, 8 pp.                             Pamphlets and Other Publications
                                                                 176 Briefing Paper, US. Military Bases in the
Bridges: Quaker International Affairs Reports                         Federal Republic of Germany, 15 March 1989,
 159 Three Arab Views of the Gulf Crisis: Reactions                   3 PP.
      in Jordan, Egypt and Syria, Brewster Grace,                 177 Briefing Paper, U.S. Military Bases in the
      October 1990, 8 pp.                                             Philippi- nes, 23 March 23, 2 pp.
 160 DOI MOI: Restructuring Socialism in Vietnam,                 178 Colombia in Brief; n.d., 1 pp.
      Donna K. Anderton and Barbara B. Bird,                      179 Bolivia in Brief; n.d., 1 pp.
        Dcccmbcr 1990, 6 pp.                                      180 Peru in Brief, n.d., 1 pp.
                                                                  181 Borders and Quaker Values: Rejections of an
United States Anti-Apartheid Newsletter                               AFSC Working Group, April 1989, 15 pp.
      None received for this time period.                         182 Sarpplements to R Compssionnte
                                                                        Peace-Number Two: Middle East Glossary",
NARMIC Reports (National ActiodResearch on the                          Earlham College Peace and Global Studies
Mili- tary Industrial Complex)                                          Program, 1990, 18 pp.
  161 IIoitcltri-as: A U S . Base foi- Iittervention,             183   Supplements to A "Compassionate
      March 1989, 14 pp.                                                Peace--Number Three: The American Friends
  162 Notes on El Salvador 1989: Deepening                              Service Committee in the Middle East",
      Crisis--Prospects for Peace?, March 1989,                         Anthony Bing, 1990, 14 pp.
      16 PP.                                                      184   A Statement on the Death Penalty, n.d., 1 pp.
  163 Facing Reality in El Salvador: Cristiani's                  185   Facts on Alternatives to Incarceration, n.d.,
      First I00 Days, November 1989, 22 pp.                             2 PP.
  164 Costa Rica: Democracy Under Siege-The                       186   Facts on the Prison Crisis, n.d., 1 pp.
      Impact of US Intervention in the 1980s,                     187   Facts on Women in Prison, a d . , 1 pp.
      February 1990, 30 pp.                                       188   The War on Drugs: Fact or Fiction? n.d.,
                                                                        I   rr
                                                                  189 AFSC International Program Bulletin,
                                                                      Highlights for 1990, n.d., 6 pp.


                                                           30
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I     190 East and South: Seminar on Economic Change
          and Prospects for the Future in Central
                                                                         **I 022 * * Anti-Slavery
           Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean                         In ternatinnal (ALYT)
i         (November 4-10, 1990, Puebla, Mexico), John
          Feffer, December 1990, 43 pp.                        180 Brixton Road, London SW9 6AT, UK.
      191 The Fortress Economy: The Economic Role of

I         the US Prison System, Alexander C .
          Lichtenstein and Michael A. Kroll, Rachael
          Kamel ed., 31 pp.
                                                               Anti-Slavery International, formerly the Anti-Slavery
                                                               Society for the Protection of Human Rights, was
                                                               founded in 1838. Its current aims are the elimination
                                                               of all forms of slavery, including forced labour; the
i    Books
      192 A Compassionate Peace: A Future for Israel,
                                                               defense of the interests of both oppressed and
                                                               threatened indigenous peoples; and the promotion of
           Palestine, and the Middle East, Everett             human rights worldwide. In recent years, the

1          Mendelsohn, Revised Edition 1989, 336 pp.
      193 Beyond Detente: Soviet Foreign Policy and US
                                                               organisation has focused substantial attention on the
                                                               problems of child labour and the basic needs strategy
                                                               for development. In November of 1990 the
           Options, John Feffer, 1990, 54 pp.

1     194 The Global Factory: Analysis and Action for a
           New Economic Era, Rachael Kamel, 1990,
           100 pp.
                                                               organication changed itc name frnm the Anti-Slavery
                                                               Society for the Protection of Human Rights.

                                                               1980-1988 Material Missed in Previous Filmings
1                                                              Child Labour Series Reports
                                                                63 No. 1, Child Labour in Morocco’s Carpet

I                                                                    industry, 1978, 71 pp.
                                                                64 No. 8, School Age Workers in Britain Today,
                                                                     Caroline Moorehead, 1987, 64 pp.

D                                                              Indigenous Peoples and Development Series
                                                               Reports
                                                                 65 No. 2, The Chittatong Hill Tracts, 1984,
I                                                                    96 PP.

                                                               Other Documents

I                                                               66 Female Genital Mutilation--Excision and
                                                                     infibulation: A Bibliography, 1986, 72 pp.
                                                                67 Annual Report, 31 March 1981, 22 pp.
                                                                68 Annual Report, 31 March 1982, 23 pp.
I                                                              1989-1990 Material


I                                                              Anti-Slavery Newsletter
                                                                69 No. 12, 1/1989, 6 pp.
                                                                70 No. 13, 2/1989, 6 pp.

I                                                               71 No. 14, 111990, 12 pp.
                                                                72 No. 15, 211990, 6 pp.

                                                               Anti-Slavery Reporter
1                                                               73 Vol. 13, No. 5, 1989, 116 pp.
                                                                74       No. 6, 1990, 126 pp.


I                                                              Indigenous Peoples and Development Series
                                                               Reports
                                                                 75 No. 6, West Papua: Plunder in Paradise,
                                                                     1990, 104 pp.
I                                                              Child Labour Series Reports
                                                                 76   No 9, A Pattern o Slavery: India’s Carpet
                                                                                       f

D                                                                     Boys, 1990, 64 pp.


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           * *lI92** American Friends                            * * I022* * Anti-Slavery International
           Service Committee (AFSC)                             (Formerly the Anti-SLuvery Society for
                                                                  the Protection of Human Rights)
    1501 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102, USA.
                                                                Unit 4 Stableyard Broomgrove Road, London SW9
    The American Friends Service Committee,                     9TL, UK.
    established by the Religious society of Friends, is
    dedicated to the search for non-violent solutions to        Anti-Slavery International was founded in 1838. Its
    human problems. It works in areas of political              current aims are the elimination of al forms of
                                                                                                      l
    tension and disaster offering services of relief and        slavery, including forced labour; the defense of the
    rehabilitation. AFSC pursues work in the field of           interests of both oppressed and threatened

I   human rights in each of its three program divisions:
    Community Relations, International Affairs, and
    Peace Education. What follows are selective AFSC
                                                                indigenous peoples; and the promotion of human
                                                                rights worldwide. In recent years, the organisation
                                                                has focused substantial attention on the problems
    publications on human rights and related issues
I   beginning in 1980.
                                                                of child labuur arid the basic needs strategy for
                                                                devciopmcnt. In November of 1990 the organisation
                                                                changed its name from the Anti-Slavery Society for
    1991 Material                                               the Protection of Human Rights.
I   Listen Real Loud: News of Women's Liberation
    Worldwide
                                                                1991 Material
         None received for this period                          Anti-Silavery Newsletter
                                                                78   16, 1/1991, 4 pp.
    AFSC Quaker Service Bulletin                                79   17, 211991, 6 pp.
        None received for this period

I   Bridges: Quaker International Affairs Reports
         None received for this period
                                                                Anti-Slavery Reporter
                                                                80 Vol. 13, No. 7, 1991, 137 pp.


I   United States Anti-Apartheid Newsletter
    0    None received for this period
                                                                Indigenous Peoples and Development Series
                                                                Reports
                                                                     None received for this period

I   NARMIC Reports (National Action/Research on
    the Military Industrial Complex)
                                                                Child Labour Series Reports
                                                                     None received for this period
         None received for this period

I   Reports
        None received for this period
                                                                Othcr Documcnts
                                                                     None received for this period


I   Bolctin Rcsistcnciu, in Spanish and English
         None received for this period

I   Mini-Guides
         None received for this period


I   Pamphlets and Other Publications
       None received for this period


I   Books
        None received for this period



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**I 7 92** American Friends
                                                        None received
Service Committee (AFSC)
                                                            Books
1501 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102, USA.
                                                            None received
The American Friends Service Committee,
established by the Religious society of Friends, is
dedicated to the search for non-violent solutions to
human problems. It works in areas of political
tension and disaster offering services of relief and
rehabilitation. AFSC pursues work in the field of
human rights in each of its three program divisions:
Community Relations, International Affairs, and
Peace Education. What follows are selective AFSC
publications on human rights and related issues
beginning i 1980.
            n

1992 Material

Listen Real Loud: News of Women's Liberation
Worldwide

None received

AFSC Quaker Service Bulletin

None received

Bridges: Quaker International Affairs Reports

None received

United States Anti-Apartheid Newsletter

None received for this time period.

NARMlC Reports (National ActiodResearch on
the Military Industrial Complex)

None received

Reports

None received

Boletin Resistencia, in Spanish and English

None received

Mini-Guides

None received


Pamphlets and Other Publications
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I   **I192** American Friends Service                                **lo22** Anti-Slavery International
    Committee (AFSC)                                                 (Formerly the Anti-Slavery Society for
I   1501 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102, USA.
                                                                     the Protection of Human Rights) (AS)
                                                                     Unit 4, Stableyard Broomgrove Road, London, SW9

I   The American Friends Service Committee, established
    by the Religious society of Friends, is dedicated to the
    search for non-violent solutions to human problems. It
                                                                     9TL, UK.

                                                                     Anti-Slavery International was founded in 1838. Its
    works in areas of political tension and disaster offering
I   services of relief and rehabilitation.AFSC pursues
    work in the field of human rights in each of its three
                                                                     current aims are the elimination of all forms of slavery,
                                                                     including forced labour; the defense of the interests of
                                                                     both oppressed and threatened indigenous peoples; and
    program divisions: Community Relations, International            the promotion of human rights worldwide. In recent
I   Affairs, and Peace Education. What follows are
    selective AFSC publications on human rights and
    related issues beginning in 1980.
                                                                     years, the organization has focused substantial
                                                                     attention on the problems of child labour and the basic
                                                                     needs strategy for development. In November of 1990

I   1991-1992 Material Missed in Previous Filrnings
                                                                     the organization changed its name from the
                                                                     Anti-Slavery Society for the Protection of Human
                                                                     Rights.

I   Listen Real Loud: News of Women's Liberation
    Worldwide
    195      Vol. 11, No. 1, 1991, 16pp.
                                                                     1993 Material


I   196               No. 2. 1992, 20 pp.

    Quaker Service Bulletin
                                                                     Aid-Slu vary NcwJletler
                                                                     87
                                                                     88
                                                                              Issue No. 21, February 1993,8 pp.
                                                                              Issue No. 22, June 1993, 8 pp.
    197     No. 168, Spring 1991,8 pp.
I   198
    199
            No. 169, Fall 1991, 8 pp.
            No. 170, Winter 1992, 8 pp.
                                                                     89       Issue No. 23, October 1993, 8 pp.

                                                                     Anti Slavery Reporter
    200     No. 171, Spring 1992,8 pp.                               90       1992-1993, 160 pp.
I   AFSC Peace Education Bulletin
    201    Spring 1992,4 pp.

    Peoce Education Booklet
    202     Lessons of the Gulf War. Spring 1991,28 pp.
    203     W e r e destiny takes me. May 1991,26 pp.
I
    1993 Material

I   Lisrrri Rrul Loud: News uJ Wurnrrr's Lilternlion
    Worldwide
    204       Vol. 12, No. 1, 1993,28 pp.
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