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Ethiopia
Human Rights in Ethiopia: Through the Eyes of the Oromo Diaspora  (2009)
The report highlights a continuing and pervasive pattern of human rights violations in Ethiopia based on documentation from Oromos in the diaspora. ISBN: 0-929293 65-9

Kenya
Engaging Minorities and Indigenous Communities in the Kenya TJRC (2010)
This briefing note focuses on recommendations for how the newly formed Kenya Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission (TJRC) can ensure that Kenya’s many minority and indigenous peoples, such as the Maasai, the Nubians, the Ogiek, the Endorois and many other groups can be active participants in the truth commission process in Kenya.

Korea
Human Rights in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (1988)
Examines the DPRK government's established comprehensive system which consistently deprives its citizens of basic human rights and fundamental freedoms. Continued monitoring is called for and recommendations are given to the DPRK government and to international organizations to engage DPRK in compliance with the human rights instruments it has bound itself to. ISBN: 0-929293-03-7

Liberia
A House with Two Rooms (2009) 
A House with Two Rooms documents the experience of human rights abuses and violations of international humanitarian law that forced Liberians to leave the country. It is based on an analysis of more than 1,600 statements, fact-finding interviews, and witness testimony at public hearings held in the U.S. The report also tells the story of the “triple trauma” experienced by members of the diaspora during their flight through Liberia and across international borders, while living in refugee camps in West Africa, and in resettlement in the U.S. and U.K. In addition, the report summarizes the views of Liberians in the diaspora on the root causes of the conflict and their  recommendations for systemic reform and reconciliation. ISBN: 978-1449508876
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Liberia is not Ready in 2010 (2010)
This report highlights the reasons that the United States government should extend Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) for Liberians, which  expired on March 31, 2010. The report, Liberia Is Not Ready 2010: A Report of Country Conditions in Liberia and Reasons the United States Should Extend Deferred Enforced Departure for Liberians, argues that conditions in Liberia make forced return a dangerous and ill-advised option. Instead, the report recommends that the U.S. government act immediately to ensure Liberians are not deported. ISBN: 978-1449508876

Nepal
Domestic Violence in Nepal  (1998)
Documents domestic violence as a human rights violation in Nepal. The report analyzes the legal system of Nepal, including the criminal law and family law provisions that relate to domestic violence. The report includes information on both the police and NGO response to domestic violence. The report also addresses Nepal's obligations under international law. ISBN: 0-929293 41-X

The Philippines

The Philippines: A Human Rights Scrapbook  (1989)

Tunisia

Tunisia: Human Rights Crisis of 1987 (1988)
Reviews the Tunisian government's official position regarding human rights and the human rights situation in Tunisia, including specific reports of human rights violations and the human rights organizations in existence in Tunisia. ISBN: 0-929293 02-9

Saudi Arabia
Shame in the House of Saud: Contempt for Human Rights in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (1992)
Documents Saudi Arabia's deplorable human rights record, especially regarding the criminal justice system and the treatment of foreign workers, women and the Shila minority. ISBN: 0-929293 12-6

Uganda
Global Child Survival: A Human Rights Priority: Case Studies of Uganda, Mexico, and U.S. (1999)
In developing and developed countries alike, more than 12 million children under the age of five die each year as a result of inadequate health services, violence, malnutrition, unsafe water, and lack of other basice necessities.  These deaths constitute an unspeakable tragedy and must be recognized as a gross violation of fundamental human rights.  This report tackles the serious issue of preventable child mortality and emphasizes that all rights -- civil, political, economic, social and cultural -- must be promoted and protected in order to ensure the health and survival of children. ISBN: 0-929293 38-x

United States
Global Child Survival: A Human Rights Priority: Case Studies of Uganda, Mexico, and U.S. (1999)
In developing and developed countries alike, more than 12 million children under the age of five die each year as a result of inadequate health services, violence, malnutrition, unsafe water, and lack of other basice necessities.  These deaths constitute an unspeakable tragedy and must be recognized as a gross violation of fundamental human rights.  This report tackles the serious issue of preventable child mortality and emphasizes that all rights -- civil, political, economic, social and cultural -- must be promoted and protected in order to ensure the health and survival of children. ISBN: 0-929293 38-x

Oakdale Detention Center: The First Year of Operation (1997)
Provides an account of the human rights conditions at the Oakdale Federal Alien Detention Center in Oakdale Louisiana, during its first year of operation. The improper, illegal and sometimes cruel treatment of the multinational alien detainees is documented and recommendations are given for a more humane approach to the problem of illegal immigration. ISBN: 0-929293 17-7

Hidden from View: Human Rights Conditions in the Krome Detention Center (1991)
Examines the conditions of confinement and standards of operation of The Immigration and Naturalization Service's Krome Avenue Detention Center in South Dade County, Florida, a minimum security short term facility that houses detained aliens and has been the subject of serious allegations of due process and human rights abuses. ISBN: 0-929293 10-x