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  • Proud Colors
    College s organization for queer people of color and our allies Every year Proud Colors makes zines showing our members of the year and our artistic creations Submit your poems pictures and writings when spring comes up Download previous zines Meetings Our general body meetings are every Tuesday at 9 p m in the IRC Conference room located at 552 W 114th St Contact Questions proudcolors columbia edu Join our

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/qoc/zines.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Proud Colors
    can learn more about our community and our struggles as QPoC Download Winter Readers Fall 2012 Winter Reader Including The Master s Tools Will Never Dismantle the Master s House Audre Lorde The Combahee River Collective Statement Combahee River Collective Power Audre Lorde Interview of Sylvia Rivera 5 Tips for Queer Boys Yosimar Reyes La Güera Cherríe Moraga Borderlands La Frontera The New Mestiza Excerpts Gloria Anzaldúa Meetings Our general

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  • Rightslink
    it helpful to reference comparative analyses of analogous frameworks in other countries Rightslink can also provide more in depth research exploring potential avenues for human rights activism or litigation on specific issues Please note however that Rightslink is unable to provide legal advice Incoming research requests are directed to Rightslink s Research Supervisors for their selection based on interest and expertise Once your request has been selected the relevant Supervisor

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/rightslink/services.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Rightslink
    both within the United States and around the world This page lists some of our ongoing projects in Summer 2012 A comparative study of legal license renewal processes in countries around the world The research will be used as the basis for a report showing the differences between China s practices and those of other countries If your organization would like to request research from Rightslink please submit a research

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/rightslink/currentprojects.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Rightslink
    the process for legally changing one s gender for purposes of government identification and access to benefits Israel Researched case law on discrimination in public transportation and other public facilities Provided information on bilingualism and constitutional rights in Canada Belgium and Switzerland Liberia Researched comparative codes of conduct and legislation aimed at ensuring government accountability and transparency as well as a policy analysis of best practices for combating government corruption through legislation Conducted research on eight corporations with interests in Liberia s extractive industries focusing in particular on environmental and human rights lawsuits related to these corporations operations in other countries where they have operated Translated Liberian concessions contracts into plain language in order to better inform rural communities regarding industrial agriculture logging and mining companies expansion plans the possibility that their communities will be resettled in the future the provisions in place to compensate them for this displacement and companies obligations to protect human rights and the environment Produced factsheets about palm oil concessions contracts for communities in the areas affected by the concessions Malaysia Compiled statutes and international and domestic case law relating to rape domestic violence sexual harassment and matrimonial property rights to assist with brief preparation Compiled CEDAW country reports Namibia Researched information on Namibia s ratification of international treaties and conventions Provided information on U S rules of evidence concerning testimony by victims of sexual harassment and domestic violence as well as domestic violence laws of a number of developing countries in support of a proposal to reform Namibia s domestic violence laws Researched origins of codified law in Namibia Researched Namibia s Constitution courts judges juries individual rights structure of the government rules of criminal procedure and compliance with international rule of law standards Netherlands Conducted an extensive comparative study of res judicata in diverse legal systems Peru Researched U N and Inter American Commission on Human Rights material on Argentina Philippines Assisted disabled plaintiffs by researching U S law on employment discrimination Examined California legislation on hazardous waste and legal rules of liability for environmental degradation and mining related injury Compiled leading cases on the abolition of the mandatory death penalty in the United States Russia Compiled reports of violations of journalists rights in Chechnya Sierra Leone Researched the basis for naming a company as a respondent in a case brought by community alleging human rights abuses committed by the company South Africa Researched comparative case law legislation and policy statements from the U S Australia and the EU on the obligation of states and municipalities to ensure child safety Researched environmental tort claims in the United States that addressed the issue of government accountability Researched US standards for testimony by victims of child abuse for an amicus brief to the high court in South Africa Investigating public procurement procedures and reviewing such procedures in the US Europe and a number of developing countries with a view to identifying international best practices in public procurement Sweden Researched accounts of the involvement of children

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  • Rightslink
    Events Resources Contact Events Rightslink hosts a number of events throughout the school year Refer to our Google Calendar below or contact us for more information 2011 Rightslink All rights

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  • Rightslink
    Law Library and the Human Rights Institute at Columbia Law extensive searchable listings of helpful links Online Library Catalogues maintained by LibraryWeb at Columbia University E Resources maintained by LibraryWeb at Columbia University Finding Books and Articles on International Law maintained by LibraryWeb at Columbia University Google Scholar maintained by Columbia University grants Columbia students searching with Google automatic access to Columbia subscription only research materials LexisNexis for Law Schools requires non university law school login Westlaw Law School requires non university law school login Centers and Programs at Columbia Human Rights Institute Columbia Law School Human Rights Clinic Columbia Law School Human Rights Internship Program Center for Public Interest Law CPIL at the Law School Institute for the Study of Human Rights ISHR Columbia University Other Rights Based and Pro Bono Student Organizations at Columbia American Civil Liberties Union ACLU Columbia Law School Amnesty International Columbia Law School Civil Rights Law Society CRLS Columbia Law School Columbia Human Rights Law Review Columbia Law School Criminal Justice Action Network CJAN Columbia Law School Domestic Violence Project Columbia Law School Impact Columbia Law School National Lawyers Guild NLG Columbia Law School Society for Immigrant and Refugee Rights SIRR Columbia Law School

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  • Rightslink
    Contact Contact Us Rightslink Columbia Law School 435 West 116th Street New York NY 10027 USA rightslink law columbia edu Fax 1 212 854 3515 2014 2015 Board Members 2012

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