HUM. Human Rights
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
The American Association of University Women (AAUW) is a national association of female faculty and college educated women for the development of women’s education and professional opportunities. The association was organized in Boston in 1882. The Boulder Branch was established in 1926, largely by the efforts of Antoinette Bigelow, Dean of Women of the University of Colorado.
This collection includes publications of various topics and records concerning human rights abuses involved in various countries, that have been found and recorded by Amnesty International, a non-governmental organization. This collection also holds manuals and handbooks about Amnesty International.
Babi Yar Park is located in Denver, Colorado. It is a 27-acre meemorial park designed by Lawrence Halpring and Satoru Nishita to commemorate the 1941-1943 massacre of Ukrainian Jews and others in Kiev by the Nazis.
Papers 1985-1989 concerning the Boulder- Jalapa Sister City Project.
Case files in Spanish documenting killings, extrajudicial executions, disappearances, torture, and other human rights abuses in El Salvador 1974-1992.
The Guatemala Human Rights Commission (GHRC) Papers consist of newspaper articles from Guatemalan newspapers, indexes of information and news briefs used to write the Update published by the GHRC. Also included are copies of these updates, published by the Commission on the subject of human rights issues in Guatemala.
2 linear feet, 1984-1990 The Marin Interfaith Task Force is grassroots human rights organization dedicated to supporting the social justice movements in Latin America and the Caribbean, along with educating North Americans about the realities of the Americas and the role the US plays there. Founded in 1985, we are also known as the Marin Interfaith Task Force on the Americas (MITF). The collection contains papers and videos related to human rights abuses during El Salvador’s civil war.
Case files in Spanish documenting killings, extrajudicial executions, disappearances, torture, and other human rights abuses in El Salvador 1975-1993. The case files contain biographical information about the victim including the date and place of the event, who is held responsible, and a detailed description of the circumstances surrounding the report.
Case files in Spanish documenting killings, extrajudicial executions, disappearances, and other human rights abuses in El Salvador 1977-1987. The case files contain biographical information about the victim including the date and place of the event, who is held responsible, and a description of the circumstances surrounding the report. Reports and publications in Spanish also document the human rights situation in El Salvador.