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  December is International Human Rights month.
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LBJ, Rusk, Rostow during Vietnam War crisis


The White House 2001 Project
Smoothing the path to power

The new President of the United States faces six weeks to get ready to govern. The White House 2001 Project is a two-part program designed to provide new staff members with information necessary to get off to a good start. Funded by The Pew Charitable Trusts, the WH2001 is a product of long-time ibiblio contributor Terry Sullivan of UNC Chapel Hill, Martha J. Kumar, an expert on presidential communications, and other presidency scholars working with the Presidency Research Group, a section of the American Political Science Association.


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Burmese villagers on forced march


Karen Human Rights Group
Documenting the voices of villagers in rural Burma

The Karen Human Rights Group is a small and independent group documenting the human rights situation of ordinary people in rural Burma.

The group was first formed in December 1992 to help villagers in rural Burma to get their story to the outside world by translating their stories and testimonies into reports for worldwide distribution, accompanied by supporting photos and documentary evidence of the human rights situation.

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white dove rising out of flames

Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy
Human Rights and democracy in Tibet

TCHRD's mission is to highlight the human rights situation in Tibet and to promote principles of democracy in Tibetan community.

The objectives are to protect and promote human rights of Tibetan people and to build Tibetan society based on the principles of human rights and democracy.

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Troops with G-3 automatic rifles and orders to shoot into the crowd.
  Free Burma
45 million people without human rights and in extreme poverty

The country of Burma is lush, rich in natural resources and home to dozens of peoples and cultures. But due to a military government of isolationist economic mismanagement, the 45 million people there live without their human rights and in extreme poverty. The country of Burma has been under military dictatorship since 1962.

Free Burma is a slogan, a hope, a certain number of web pages, and, until the people there are free and self-governing... the only one there is.