ICERD Newsletter One: 2008 ICERD Shadow Reports Compilation

As Network members and partners prepare for the upcoming review of United States compliance with the ratified International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (ICERD Treaty), USHRN has prepared this easy reference compilation of all reports submitted during the prior 2008 review. In the coming months, please look for periodic informational newsletters which will provide essential resources, events, dates, and deadlines pertinent to the review process, as well as any additional information activists and advocates will need to ensure effective civil society engagement. Please also look to our ICERD webpage for updated information on the Review process.

 

Table of Contents (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Executive Summary (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Structural Racism (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Immigrant Rights - Border Militarization  (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Immigrant Rights - Haitian Asylum Seekers (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Disrimination of Legal Profession (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Domestic Implications (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Indigenous Peoples (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Indigenous Peoples - Western Shoshone (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Indigenous Peoples - American Indian Boarding Schools (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Hate Groups (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Criminal Courts (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Criminal Courts - Vortex: The Concentrated Racial Impact of Drug Imprisonment and the Characteristics of Punitive Counties (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Juvenile Justice (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Police Brutality (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Prisons (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Prisons - Interagency Protocol for the Department of Corrections & Child Welfare Agencies (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Prisons - Children of Incarcerated Parents (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Prisons - California Prisons (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Prisons - Hurricane Katrina and Criminal Justice (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Death Penalty in the United States (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Prisoner Re-Entry (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Hurricane Katrina: Racial Discrimination and Ethnic Cleansing in the United States in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Access to Civil Justice: Racial Disparities and Discriminatory Impacts Arising from Lack of Access to Counsel in Civil Cases (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Domestic Violence - Access to Court Proceedings (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Voting Rights (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Residential Segregation and Housing Discrimination in the United States (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Homelessness and Affordable Housing (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Unequal Health Outcomes in the United States (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Education (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

The Right to Social Security (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Civil Remedies (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Labor and Employment (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Local Implementation: Milwaukee, Wisconsin (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Local Implementation: Chicago, Illinois (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Local Implementation: New York City, New York (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Women of Color (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

Bringing the Treaty Obligations into View at the State Level: Minnesota (CERD Shadow Report, 2008)

 

 

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