Constitutional discrimination against national minorities in political life
Lack of access to basic services for Roma.
Second class citizens highlights persistent ethnic discrimination against Roma, Jews and other national minorities in politics and its impact on the daily lives of Roma in particular. It calls on Bosnia to immediately amend its constitution to remove ethnic discrimination in politics and take positive steps to end all discrimination against national minorities. It also recommends that the United States and European Union, which helped write the 1995 constitution, play an active role in ensuring its timely amendment.--P.  of cover.
American Jews and violations in Zion : a case study
Israeli, Jewish, human
Conclusion: The road from Durban.
"Jews and Human Rights" analyzes the role of Jews in the formation of international human rights efforts throughout the US, Israel, and the Former Soviet Union. It examines this human rights work as part of a total system of Jewish political commitments, a system shaped by both human rights history and Jewish history. "Jews and Human Rights" argues that protecting human rights has been a persistent, if not always predominant, feature of Jews' political mission in the world. (source: Nielsen Book Data)