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- Find Web sites and materials on the racism/immigration/One Nation issue.
- Search for data, including covenants and declarations, at the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission.
- The Refugee Review Tribunal reviews decisions made by the Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs concerning refugees in Australia.
- Visit the Australian Human Rights Centre.
- The Queensland Council for Civil Liberties provides a searchable database of QCCL submissions, newsletters and other documents as well as links to further reading and research.
- Find out about your rights to privacy at the Australian Privacy Commissioner's web site.
- Find Australian sites which provide information on freedom of information acts and applications.
- The American Civil Liberties Union is a good resource of civil and human rights information, especially post-September 11.
- For the Record 2003 provides a country-by-country overview of human rights issues with links to relevant United Nations documents. Reports for
1999, 1998 and 1997 are also still available.
- Read Amnesty International's Annual Report. Reports from earlier years are available.
- Find out about Community Aid Abroad's campaigns, including the anti-Nike campaign.
- Privacy International is a human rights watchdog on surveillance by governments and corporations.
- Human Rights Watch publish a World Report 2003, as well as other news and information. You can also get earlier World Reports back to 1989.
- Refugees International is an NGO serving refugees, displaced persons, and other dispossessed people around the world.
- Search the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) for information on refugee populations, or see the UN High Commissioner on Human Rights for documents, treaties and events.
- Find data about the Fourth World Documentation Project, from the Center For World Indigenous Studies.
The US State Department has released the 2002 Country Reports on human rights practices. Areas covered include Africa, East Asia and the Pacific, Europe and Eurasia, the Near East and North Africa, South Asia and Western Hemisphere.
- Search the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission Official Homepage.
- Have a look at Animals Australia which has animal welfare and rights information as well as links to other animal rights and animal welfare groups.
- Find animal protection societies worldwide (look for Australia under Oceania) in the World Animal Net Directory.