SAHRDC publications are hard-copy editions of detailed studies and reports published by SAHRDC or other sister organizations. It also include the publications authored by SAHRDC and published by Oxford University Press, India or TATA-McGraw Hill.

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Racial Discrimination: The Record of South Africa

XXXXX Title:- Racial Discrimination: The Record of South Africa
About the Book:- An alarmingly strident xenophobia exists among a substantial portion of the South African population manifest in the attitudes towards black African refugees and asylum seekers. Several years after the end of apartheid, white farmers continue to mistreat black labourers. This report examines various segments of the civil administration, police force and economic power that remain hostile to more meaningful change.

Publisher:- Human Rights Documentation Centre
Publication date:- 2001
Page:- 45p.
Size:- 8.5" X 5.5"
Price (India):- Rs. 125.00
Price (International):- US $ 4.00

Racial Discrimination: The Record of Peru

XXXXX Title:- Racial Discrimination: The Record of Peru
About the Book:- This report attempts to record the prevalence and extent of racial discrimination in Peru. Peru’s record stretches back to a colonial legacy of discrimination against the indigenous peoples and a large self-identified mestizo  (mixed race) population. Race- and ethnicity-based discrimination continues to trap indigenous peoples and other ethnic minorities in socio-economic impoverishment.

Publisher:- Human Rights Documentation Centre
Publication date:- 2001
Page:- 26p.
Size:- 8.5" X 5.5"
Price (India):- Rs. 75.00
Price (International):- US $ 3.00

Racial Discrimination: The Record of France

XXXXX Title:- Racial Discrimination: The Record of France
About the Book:- Racist and xenophobic ideas are deeply embedded in France where an alarmingly strident xenophobia exists among a substantial portion of the population manifest in the attitudes towards immigrants, minorities and foreigners. This report examines the extent and prevalence of racial discrimination in France, which is linked to governmental denial of the existence of certain racial categories.

Publisher:- Human Rights Documentation Centre
Publication date:- 2001
Page:- 37p.
Size:- 8.5" X 5.5"
Price (India):- Rs. 125.00
Price (International):- US $ 4.00

Racial Discrimination: The Record of Chile

XXXXX Title:- Racial Discrimination: The Record of Chile
About the Book:- Racism and discrimination remain significant social problems manifest in the lives of the indigenous Mapuche and Peruvian migrant workers. This report examines the prevalence and extent of racial discrimination in Chile, which has become more perilous in light of an emerging neo-Nazi movement among Chilean youth and the existence of a Nazi colony within the country’s borders.

Publisher:- Human Rights Documentation Centre
Publication date:-
Page:-
Size:- 8.5" X 5.5"
Price (India):- Rs. 75.00
Price (International):- US $ 3.00

Racial Discrimination: The Record of Canada

XXXXX Title:- Racial Discrimination: The Record of Canada
About the Book:- Racial discrimination in Canada based on ethnic origin and nationality is particularly directed against First Nations (Aboriginal) Peoples. State-instituted racist policies are manifest in the ever-present problem of hate-crimes in Canada. This report looks at the effects of State policies and examines how they violate the Constitution as well as several international human rights instruments.

Publisher:- Human Rights Documentation Centre
Publication date:- 2001
Page:- 33p.
Size:- 8.5" X 5.5"
Price (India):- Rs. 75.00
Price (International):- US $ 3.00

Racial Discrimination: The Record of Austria

XXXXX Title:- Racial Discrimination: The Record of Austria
About the Book:- The legal system in Austria includes laws that allow for the smooth integration of racial and ethnic minorities. However, the lack of effective enforcement of these laws has prevented the fulfilment of those goals. This report examines the violence, harassment and social exclusion faced by racial and ethnic minorities. Xenophobic attitudes reinforced and encouraged by politicians have exacerbated the situation.

Publisher:- Human Rights Documentation Centre
Publication date:- 2001
Page:- 29p.
Size:- 8.5" X 5.5"
Price (India):- Rs. 75.00
Price (International):- US $ 3.00

Racial Discrimination: The Record of Argentina

XXXXX Title:- Racial Discrimination: The Record of Argentina
About the Book:- This report attempts to record the prevalence and extent of racial discrimination in Argentina. Argentina’s record stretches back to the 19th century and ranges from marginalisation of the indigenous peoples, immigrants, Afro-Argentines, mestizo or morocho Argentines (sometimes perceived as immigrants), Jews and Arabs to discrimination against women and sexual minorities. Politicians have continued to use rising crime rates in the metropolitan Buenos Aires area to fuel xenophobia to argue and justify further restrictions on immigrants.  

Publisher:- Human Rights Documentation Centre
Publication date:- 2001
Page:- 25p.
Size:- 8.5" X 5.5"
Price (India):- Rs. 75.00
Price (International):- US $ 3.00

Racial Discrimination: The Mexican Record

XXXXX About the Book:- This report examines the violence, harassment and discrimination experienced by the indigenous peoples of Mexico. The indigenous Indian population, particularly in the Chiapas province continues to face systematic discrimination in the public and private sectors and remains outside the country’s political and economic mainstream. Their participation in decisions affecting their land, cultural traditions and natural resource allocation is minimal.

Publisher:- Human Rights Documentation Centre
Publication date:- 2001
Page:- 20p.
Size:- 8.5" X 5.5"
Price (India):- Rs. 75.00
Price (International):- US $ 3.00

Komnas HAM - The Indonesian National Human Rights Commission: The Formative

XXXXX About the book: This report analyses the organisation and work of the Indonesian Human Rights Commission (Komisi Nasional Hak Asasi Manusia (Komnas HAM). The report is intended to assist the Commission and the Government of Indonesia in identifying the Commission’s strengths, weaknesses and alternatives for improvement. The report aims to support and strengthen the work of Komnas HAM and National Institutions (NHRIs) in general to help make these institutions as effective as possible in the promotion and protection of human rights.

Publisher:- Human Rights Documentation Centre
Publication date:- 2000
ISBN:- 81-87379-04-9
Page:- 63p.
Size:- 8.5" X 5.5"
Price (India):- Rs. 140.00
Price (International):- US $ 5.00