OSA / RIP

Research Information Paper 9

 

Human Rights

 

Introduction

 

The preservation of archival material related to human rights violations serves a far more important purpose than the mere storage of information for scientific purposes. Education and scholarly research are, no doubt, means by which serious breaches of basic human rights, and the factors generating them, can be examined and possibly understood. But just as vital, if not more so, is the question of accountability: the need for those who commit such acts to be held responsible for what they did. The international courts, truth and reconciliation commissions and other similar organizations base their work on evidence and on well-kept and available documentation. It would be an inexcusably generous gesture towards perpetrators to let this evidence sink into oblivion.

Understanding the archival imperative to preserve human rights records, OSA extended its initial mission in order to enhance awareness, documentation and education about ethnic conflicts, war crimes, genocide and identity restoration. In line with its acquisition policy, OSA works in close cooperation with various human rights organizations, NGOs and individuals to identify and acquire collections whose preservation is of the utmost importance. Furthermore, OSA envisages becoming a major regional influence on the formulation of information policies with respect to freedom of expression and rights to information.

Accordingly, OSAs holdings have more than doubled since the year of its foundation, and now embrace materials relating to human rights movements and issues, informational rights and various contemporary policy issues, to which the meticulously compiled thematic finding aid on the following pages is intended to give guidance. Nevertheless, materials dealing with related or overlapping topics such as freedom of religion, environmental rights and protection, censored and banned artists, Roma issues, forced labor, minority rights, etc. have not been included here, since they either figure in previous issues of our Reference Information Papers (RIP) series or are likely topics for forthcoming ones. [For more information on the Reference Information Papers see www.osa.ceu.hu/publications]

OSA holds further collections, which for various reasons (involving processing status and the establishment of terms of access and restriction) do not yet figure on its fonds list. Of primary importance are the records pertaining to the Bosnia Project of the Physicians for Human Rights, a Boston-based human rights organization that conducted mass grave exhumations in Bosnia between 1996 and 1999 and deposited the accumulated documentation (forensic reports, memos, correspondence and photographs totaling 13 linear meters) with us. A very recent acquisition is the collection of the journalist David Rohde, who conducted on-site investigations in the Srebrenica area and was the first to report on the massacre in a series of articles that brought him the Pulitzer Prize in 1996. The background materials he gathered include mission files, notebooks, testimonies, correspondence and also audiovisual material.

Finally, a few words about accruals and projects for the near future. The International Monitor Institute, whose mission was to identify and acquire (audio) visual evidence of human rights violations and the circumstances that produce them, is closing down its Archives and decided to donate its immense video-collection (more than 3,000 items) to OSA. Later on this fall, in cooperation with the Martus Project of the Benetech Initiative, OSA will set up and operate a server for hosting encrypted information prepared and sent by human rights organizations working in dangerous environment under difficult conditions.

 

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HU OSA 103 Records of the Constitutional and Legal Policy Institute (COLPI)

1993-1998, approx. 8.00 lm (unprocessed)

 

Includes administrative files, publications and several issues of the East European Constitutional Review.

 

HU OSA 205 Records of the Open Media Research Institute

HU OSA 205-3 Records of the Research and Analysis Department

HU OSA 205-3-30 Subject Files of Dan Ionescu

 

          Constitution, 1990-1994, 0.12 lm

          Emigration, 1985-1996, 0.30 lm

          Human Rights, 1990-1996, 0.07 lm

          Law and Justice: Abrogation of Laws and Decrees, 1989-1990, 0.02 lm

          Law and Justice: Political Prisoners, 1989-1994, 0.02 lm

          State: Citizenship; Repatriation, 1989-1993, 0.02 lm

 

HU OSA 205-5 Records of the Information Resource Department

HU OSA 205-5-120 Bulgarian Subject Files

 

          Politics: Citizenship, 1966-1996, 0.03 lm

          Politics: Constitution, 1991-1996, 0.12 lm

          Politics: Constitutional Court, 1991-1996, 0.06 lm

          Politics: Strikes, 1958-1997, 0.21 lm

          Politics: Strikes: Hunger Strikes, 1989-1994, 0.06 lm

          Security: Prisons: [General], 1950-1996, 0.12 lm

          Security: Prisons: Victims, 1984-1990, 0.03 lm

          Social Issues: Exile, 1989-1996, 0.06 lm

          Social Issues: Refugees, 1981-1996, 0.21 lm

 

HU OSA 205-5-131 Czech Subject Files

 

          Politics: Constitution, 1993-1994, 0.03 lm

          Politics: Human Rights, 1993-1997, 0.03 lm

 

205-5-133 Slovak Subject Files

 

          Politics: Human Rights, 1993-1997, 0.03 lm

 

HU OSA 205-5-140 Hungarian Subject Files

 

          Alkotmány [Constitution], 1989-1994, 0.05 lm

          Alkotmány: SR [Constitution: Situation Report], 1969-1990, 0.02 lm

          Alkotmánybíróság [Constitutional Court], 1989-1993, 0.05 lm

          Alkotmánybíróság: SR [Constitutional Court: Situation Report], 1989-1992, 0.02 lm

          Belpolitika: Emberi jogok [Internal Affairs: Human Rights], 1989-1993, 0.10 lm

          Belpolitika: Emberi jogok: SR [Internal Affairs: Human Rights: Situation Report], 1976-1994, 0.05 lm

          Belpolitika: Emberi jogok: Charta 77 [Internal Affairs: Human Rights: Charter 77], 1987-1994, 0.05 lm

          Belpolitika: Emberi jogok: Charta 77: SR [Internal Affairs: Human Rights: Charter 77: Situation Report], 1979-1989, 0.02 lm

          ENSZ [UNO]: 1987-1993, 0.12 lm

          ENSZ: SR [UNO: Situation Report], 1984-1993, 0.02 lm

          EBESZ [OSCE], 1989-1994, 0.10 lm

          EBESZ: SR [OSCE: Situation Report], 1987-1993, 0.02 lm

          Menekültügy [Refugees], 1990-1994, 0.12 lm

          Menekültügy: SR [Refugees: Situation Report], 1988-1994, 0.02 lm

 

HU OSA 205-5-160 Romanian Subject Files

 

          Politics: Citizenship, 1991-1995, 0.05lm

          Politics: Human Rights: General, 1989-1994, 0.12 lm

          Politics: Human Rights: LADO [Liga pentru Apărarea Drepturilor Omului: League for the Defense of Human Rights], 1994-1996, 0.02 lm

          Politics: International Organizations: CSCE, 1991-1994, 0.12 lm

          Politics: International Organizations: United Nations, 1991-1996, 0.07 lm

          Social Issues: Refugees: General, 1986-1996, 0.30 lm

          Social Issues: Refugees: Exiles, 1986-1996, 0.25 lm

 

HU OSA 205-5-200 Subject Files form RFE/RL

 

          Human Rights in the Countries of the Former Soviet Union: , 1993-1994, 0.24 lm

 

HU OSA 205-5-201 The Former Soviet Union Archives (Subject Files)

 

          CAA: CIS: Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict: - , 1993-1994, 0.07 lm

          CAA: CIS: Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict: [Around Nagornyi Karabakh], 1992-1994, 0.15 lm

          CAA: CIS: Ukraine: , , [Hunger Strikes, Strikes, Rallies], 1990-1992, 0.06 lm

          Law and Justice: Codification: , [Law on Appeal Against Actions and Decisions Violating Human Rights and Freedoms], 1987, 0.03 lm

          Law and Justice: Crime: Terrorism: ( .. ) [Political Murders (Including Attempt)], 1994, 0.09 lm

          Law and Justice: Emigration: , 1990-1994, 0.06 lm

          Law and Justice: Human Rights: ( ): [Humanitarian Problems (Victims of War)], 1993-1994, 0.02 lm

          Law and Justice: Human Rights, 1991-1994, 0.06 lm

          Law and Justice: Human Rights: [Control over Individuals], 1995, 0.03 lm

          Law and Justice: Human Rights: [Human Rights Violations], 1992-1994, 0.03 lm

          Law and Justice: Human Rights: [Political Surveillance], 1993-1994, 0.03 lm

          Law and Justice: Human Rights: : [Human Rights Movement: Past and Present], 1991-1995, 0.03 lm

          Law and Justice: Human Rights: [Problems of Entry and Exit], 1991-1993, 0.03 lm

          Law and Justice: Human Rights: [Residence Permit], 1989-1992, 0.03 lm

          Law and Justice: Human Rights: [Human Rights Commissioner of the Russian Federation], 1994, 0.03 lm

          Law and Justice: Human Rights: [Dissidents in the USSR], 1989-1994, 0.12 lm

          Law and Justice Human Rights [Dissidents Abroad], 1990-1994, 0.18 lm

          Law and Justice Human Rights : [Dissidents: Discharge], 1987-1990, 0.03 lm

          Law and Justice: Human Rights: [Psychiatry], 1991-1994, 0.03 lm

          Law and Justice: Human Rights: - [Samizdat], 1991-1994, 0.03 lm

          Law and Justice: Penology: Prisons and Camps, 1991-1995, 0.06 lm

          Law and Justice: Penology: Prisons and Camps: [GULAG], 1991-1994, 0.03 lm

          Mass Media: Society, State and Mass Media: [Law on State Support of Mass Media and Book Publishing], 1994-1995, 0.03 lm

          Mass Media: Society, State and Mass Media: , [Politics, Power, Press], 1994-1995, 0.06 lm

          Mass Media: Society, State and Mass Media: [Legal Court on Information Disputes], 1994-1995, 0.03 lm

          Mass Media: Society, State and Mass Media: [Arbitration Court on Information Disputes], 1993-1995, 0.03 lm

          Mass Media: Society, State and Mass Media: [Russia's Federal Service for TV and Radio], 1993-1995, 0.03 lm

          Mass Media: Society, State and Mass Media: [Federal Law on TV and Radio Broadcasting], 1994-1995, 0.03 lm

          Mass Media: Society, State and Mass Media: [Federal Information Center], 1992-1994, 0.03 lm

          Mass Media: Society, State and Mass Media: [Federal Monitoring Council], 1993, 0.03 lm

          Mass Media: Society, State and Mass Media: Freedom of Speech: [State Inspectorate for Protection of Press and Mass Media Freedom], 1993-1994, 0.06 lm

          Mass Media: Society, State and Mass Media: Freedom of Speech: [Foundation for Glasnost' Protection], 1993-1995, 0.03 lm

          Mass Media: Society, State and Mass Media: Freedom of Speech: , 1993-1995, 0.09 lm

          Mass Media: Society, State and Mass Media: [Censorship], 1986-1994, 0.06 lm

          Politics, State, Government: Constitution: [General Voting on the Draft Constitution], 1993-1994, 0.03 lm

          Politics, State, Government: Constitution: [State Chamber of the Constitutional Assembly], 1993, 0.03 lm

          Politics, State, Government: Constitution: . , [Constitutional Commission; Rumiantsev, Oleg], 1993, 0.03 lm

          Politics, State, Government: Constitution: [Constitutional Assembly], 1993, 0.03 lm

          Politics, State, Government: Constitution: [Constitutional Agreement], 1993, 0.03 lm

          Politics, State, Government: Constitution: , 1992-1995, 0.09 lm

          Politics, State, Government: Constitution: Citizenship: [Dual Citizenship], 1994, 0.03 lm

          Politics, State, Government: Constitution: Constitutional Court: : [Law on the Constitutional Court], 1994, 0.03 lm

          Politics, State, Government: Constitution: Constitutional Court: , 1992-1995, 0.12 lm

          Politics, State, Government: Elections: [Law on Basic Provisions of Suffrage of Russian Federation Citizens], 1994, 0.03 lm

          Politics, State, Government: Government and Society: Demonstrations, Protests, 1992-1994, 0.09 lm

          Politics, State, Government: Government and Society: Demonstrations, Protests: , [Disturbances, Hunger Strikes], 1990-1995, 0.03 lm

          Politics, State, Government: Political Movements: Neo-Nazism and Fascism, 1992-1995, 0.09 lm

          Politics, State, Government: Political Parties and Blocks: [CPSU (Communist Party of the Soviet Union) Trial], 1990-1994, 0.06 lm

          Politics, State, Government: Public Organizations and Movements: o: [Nonprofit Organizations], 1993-1995, 0.03 lm

          Regions: [Chechnya], 1993-1995, 0.27 lm

          Regions: : [Chechnya: War], 1995, 0.21 lm

          Security: Federal Security Service: KGB, 1988-1995, 0.12 lm

          Social: Demography (Including Living Standards and Migration) and Statistics: [Refugees], 1994, 0.03 lm

          Social: Demography (Including Living Standards and Migration) and Statistics: [Migration], 1977-1995, 0.15 lm

          Social: Demography (Including Living Standards and Migration) and Statistics: [Illegal Immigration to Russia], 1993-1994, 0.03 lm

 

HU OSA 205-5-205 Subject Files Created by WPS (What the Papers Say: Moscow News Agency)

 

          : Human Rights Violations in the Penal Institutions, 1995-1996, 0.45 lm

          : National Policy and Political Extremism, 1995-1997, 0.36 lm

          : Human Rights, 1996, 0.12 lm

 

HU OSA 300 Records of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Research Institute

HU OSA 300-5 Analytic Research Department

HU OSA 300-5-20 Records of Analyst Vlad Socor: Subject Files

 

          ARD (Romanian Democratic Action), 1985-1990, 0.05 lm

          Botez, Mihai, 1979-1990, 0.05 lm

          Botez-Celac, Mariana, 1987-1989, 0.02 lm

          Braşov 87, 1987-1991, 0.05 lm

          Cornea, Doina, 1987-1989, 0.12 lm

          CSCE: General, 1989, 0.02 lm

          CSCE: Bern, 1986, 0.02 lm

          CSCE: London, 1989, 0.02 lm

          CSCE: Paris, 1989, 0.02 lm

          CSCE: Sofia, 1989, 0.02 lm

          CSCE: Vienna, 1987-1990, 0.12 lm

          Disappearances; Suspicious Death Cases: A-Z, 1981-1989, 0.12 lm

          Groups: A-Z, 1987-1990, 0.12 lm

          Human Rights, 1984-1991, 0.2 lm

          Hungarian Solidarity: Defectors, 1988-1989, 0.02 lm

          Hungarian Solidarity: Refugees, 1987-1990, 0.12 lm

          Intellectual Critics: 1983-1990, 0.10 lm

          Literary Dissent, 1983-1991, 0.12 lm

          Prisoners of Conscience, 1981-1990, 0.12 lm

          Street Pressure, 1989-1991, 0.06 lm

          Unaffiliated Protesters, 1983-1989, 0.06 lm

HU OSA 300-10 Balkan Section

HU OSA 300-10-1 Albanian Subject Files

 

          Amnesty, 1984-1988, 0.02 lm

          Kadare, Ismail, 1987-1989, 0.02 lm

          Uprisings, 1988-1990, 0.02 lm

 

HU OSA 300-10-2 Yugoslav Subject Files I

 

          Amnesty, 1962-1979, 0.02 lm

          Amnesty International, 1973-1984, 0.02 lm

          Arrests, 1971-1975, 0.02 lm

          Arrests: Croatia, 1974-1978, 0.02 lm

          Arrests: Hungary, 1978, 0.02 lm

          Asylum, 1975-1979, 0.02 lm

          BH [Bosnia-Herzegovina]: Constitution, 1971-1977, 0.02 lm

          Censorship, 1967-1986, 0.20 lm

          Constitution, 1964-1988, 2.00 lm

          Constitution (Serbian), 1987, 0.05 lm

          Constitutional Court, 1963-1985, 0.07 lm

          Criticism, 1962-1988, 0.05 lm

          Croatia: Opposition, 1971, 0.02 lm

          Croatian Constitution, 1971-1983, 0.02 lm

          Dissidents, 1980-1988, 0.35 lm

          Exiles, 1963-1986, 0.92 lm

          Europe: Helsinki, 1975-1977, 0.02 lm

          Human Rights, 1973-1988, 0.12 lm

          Intellectuals, 1966-1984, 0.05 lm

          Kosovo, 1967-1986, 1.00 lm

          Labor: Emigration, 1963-1974, 0.27 lm

          Macedonian Constitution, 1974, 0.02 lm

          Montenegrin Constitution, 1974, 0.02 lm

          Nazism, 1978, 0.02 lm

          Opposition, 1966-1985, 0.05 lm

          Opposition: Croatia, 1971, 0.02 lm

          Prisoners, 1974-1984, 0.02 lm

          Prisons, 1983-1988, 0.02 lm

          Protests, 1988-1989, 0.20 lm

          Protests: Montenegro, 1988, 0.02 lm

          Protests: Vojvodina, 1988, 0.02 lm

          Purges, 1984-1985, 0.02 lm

          Radicals, 1974-1979, 0.02 lm

          Radio Free Europe, 1982-1984, 0.02 lm

          Resistance, 1969-1983, 0.02 lm

          Serbian Constitution, 1973-1988, 0.07 lm

          Serbian Draft Constitution, 1963, 0.02 lm

          Slovenian Constitution, 1971-1989, 0.10 lm

          Strikes, 1964-1989, 0.85 lm

          Terror: CRO [Croatia], 1969-1982, 0.07 lm

          Terror: Serb [Serbia], 1978-1984, 0.02 lm

          Terror: Yugoslavia, 1978-1980, 0.02 lm

          Terror: UDBA, 1968-1984, 0.02 lm

          Terrorism, 1975-1988, 0.22 lm

          Terrorism: Croatia, 1974-1975, 0.02 lm

          Terrorism: The Klaric Case, 1965-1966, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political], 1972-1985, 0.12 lm

          Trials [Political]: General, 1984, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Albania, 1981-1985, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Banja Luka, 1976, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Barisic, 1976, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Belgrade, 1984-1985, 0.07 lm

          Trials [Political]: Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1977-1985, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Brkic, 1976, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Bulgarians, 1984, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Croats, 1967-1985, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Durovic, 1974-1975, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Hrkac, 1970-1976, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Janjic, 1982, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Jelic, I., 1968, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Jerak, R., 1960, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Kovacevic, 1977, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Kosovo, 1975-1985, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Lazic, 1971, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Macedonia, 1981-1982, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Miklavcic, 1976, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Montenegro, 1976-1981, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Moslems, 1983-1985, 0.02 lm

          Trails [Political]: Nazor, 1975, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Novogradec, 1979, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Novakovic, 1977, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Rajcic, 1980, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Rijeka, 1976, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Seks, 1985, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Selic, 1980, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Serbs, 1969-1985, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: SLO [Slovenia], 1976, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Watzel, 1978, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Zadar, 1974-1975, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Zagreb, 1976-1982, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: Vidakovic, 1973, 0.02 lm

          Trials [Political]: VO [Vojvodina], 1975-1983, 0.02 lm

          United Nations, 1965-1980, 0.02 lm

          Vojvodina: Constitution, 1972-1974, 0.02 lm

          Yugoslavia: Hans Peter Pullman, 1971-1980, 0.17 lm

          Yugoslavia: Intellectuals, 1981, 0.02 lm

 

HU OSA 300-10-3 Yugoslav Subject Files II

 

          Censorship, 1974-1979, 0.05 lm

          Dissidents, 1976-1979, 0.07 lm

          Exiles, 1966-1977, 0.32 lm

          Human Rights, 1977-1978, 0.07 lm

          Macedonian Constitution, 1971-1974, 0.02 lm

          Purges, 1966-1981, 0.10 lm

          Trials: Belgrade, 1984, 0.02 lm

          Trials: Zadar, 1975, 0.02 lm

          Trials: Zagreb, 1981, 0.02 lm

          United Nations, 1973-1985, 0.05 lm

 

HU OSA 300-20 Bulgarian Unit

HU OSA 300-20-1 Bulgarian Subject Files

 

          0607 Communist Party: Deviationists, 1958-1991, 0.02 lm

          0608 Communist Party: Misuse of Power, Penalties, 1985-1993, 0.02 lm

          0609 Communist Party: Criminal Activities, 1956-1992, 0.12 lm

          0805b Culture: Samizdat, 1989-1992, 0.02 lm

          1200 Exile: [General], 1964-1992, 0.02 lm

          1201 Exile: IRO [International Refugee Organization]: Activities, Asylum, 1985-1992, 0.02 lm

          1203 Exile: Politicians, Authors, 1952-1990, 0.02 lm

          1204 Exile: Refugees and Emigrants, 1951-1986, 0.07 lm

          1205 Exile: Possibilities for Emigration, 1961-1989, 0.02 lm

          1206 Exile: Communist Espionage, 1951-1995, 0.15 lm

          1506 Foreign Relations: United Nations and Other International Organizations, 1954-1992, 0.30 lm

          1508a Foreign Relations: The Antonov Case, 1982-1991, 0.65 lm

          1806 Justice: Show Trials, 1949-1989, 0.02 lm

          1806a Justice: The Assen Georgiev Trial, 1963-1964, 0.02 lm

          2200 Persecution and Purges: [General], 1968-1991, 0.02 lm

          2201 Persecution and Purges: Deportation to Foreign Countries (Expulsion), 1951-1989, 0.02 lm

          2203 Persecution and Purges: Resettlement, 1974-1987, 0.02 lm

          2204 Persecution and Purges: Expulsion from Native Towns or Villages, 1959-1991, 0.02 lm

          2205 Persecution and Purges: Moral, Political and Economic Pressure, 1951-1991, 0.02 lm

          2206 Persecution and Purges: Arrests, 1971-1989, 0.02 lm

          2301 Police and Security: Confidants and Provocateurs, 1967-1977, 0.02 lm

          2304 Police and Security: Political Police, 1951-1994, 0.12 lm

          2305 Police and Security: Spies and Agents, 1984-1992, 0.05 lm

          2306 Police and Security: Personalities, 1959-1985, 0.02 lm

          2307 Police and Security: Methods of Investigation, 1983-1993, 0.10 lm

          2309 Police and Security: Censorship, State Secrets, 1953-1993, 0.02 lm

          2500 Prisons and Camps: [General], 1992-1994, 0.02 lm

          2503 Prisons and Camps: Inmates, 1962-1993, 0.05 lm

          2602 Propaganda: Lies, Disinformation, 1952-1986, 0.02 lm

          2900 Resistance and Criticism: [General], 1976-1978, 0.02 lm

          2901 Resistance and Criticism: Cultural, 1974-1992, 0.22 lm

          2903 Resistance and Criticism: Political, 1956-1990, 0.02 lm

          2905 Resistance and Criticism: Sabotage, 1985-1992, 0.02 lm

          2906 Resistance and Criticism: Protests, 1990-1992, 0.05 lm

          2907 Resistance and Criticism: Underground and Espionage, 1953-1988, 0.02 lm

          2908 Resistance and Criticism: Military, 1952-1953, 0.02 lm

          2910 Resistance and Criticism: Resistance in Other Countries, 1974-1976, 0.02 lm

          4408 State Apparatus: Constitution, 1971-1991, 0.05 lm

          4408a State Apparatus: Foreign Constitution, 1963-1977, 0.02 lm

 

HU OSA 300-30 Czechoslovak Unit

HU OSA 300-30-2 Old Code Subject Files I

1951-1961, microfilms

 

(It is difficult to give the exact quantity of each file within a microfilm roll; the numbers following the date span identify the rolls themselves.)

          1507a United Nations, 92

          1800 Justice, 115

          1801 Legislation, 115

          1802 Courts, 115

          1803 Sentences, 116

          1804 Personalities, 116

          1805 Lawyers and persecutors, 117

          1806 Trials [Political], 117

          1807 Slánský Trial Monitoring, 118

          1808 Judges, 118

          2202 Persecution of Foreign Nationals: Resettlement;Expulsion, 146

          2202 Persecution of Foreign Nationals: Moral Pressure, 146

          2202 Persecution of Foreign Nationals: Political Pressure, 147

          2202 Persecution of Foreign Nationals: Economic Pressure, 147

          2206 Anti-Semitism, 147

          2207 Transfer, 147

          2300 Police and Security, 147

          2300 Police and Security, 148

          2301 Confidants and Provocateurs, 148-149

          2302 Security Measures, 149

          2304 Public Security, 149-150

          2305 State Security Corps: STB, 150-151

          2306 Auxiliary Public Safety Corps, 151

          2307 Peoples Militia, 151

          2312 Arrests, 152

          2314 Methods of Investigation, 153

          2317 Censorship, 153

          2500 Prisons and Camps, 156

          2500/B Pankrác, 156

          2500/C Ruzyň, 156

          2500/D Bory, 156

          2500/E Jáchymov, 157

          2500/F Horní Slavkov, 157

          2500/G Příbram, 157

          2500/I Ostrava, 158

          2500/J Brno, 158

          2500/K Mírov, 158

          2500/M Bratislava, 158

          2500/N Leopoldov, 158

          2500/O Ilava, 158

          2500/P Handlová, 158

          2502 Personnel and Guards, 158-159

          2503 Inmates, 159

          2504 Female Prisoners, 160

          2507 Security Measures, 160

          2508 Conditions, 161

          2511 Escapes, 161

          2804 Persecution, 173

          2900 Resistance and Criticism, 176

          2901 Cultural, 177

          2902 Economic, 177

          2903 Political, 177

          2905 Sabotages, 177-178

          2908 Military, 178

          2909 Agricultural, 178

          2910 Leaflets, 178-179

          2911 Demonstrations, 179

 

HU OSA 300-30-3 Old Code Subject Files II

1962-1966, microfilms

 

(It is difficult to give the exact quantity of each file within a microfilm roll; the numbers following the date span identify the rolls themselves.)

 

          1507a United Nations, 42

          1800 Justice, 50

          1801 Legislation, 51

          1802 Courts, 51

          1803 Sentences, 51

          1804 Amnesty, 51

          1805 Lawyers and Prosecutors, 52

          1806 Trials, 52

          1807 Slánský Trial, 52

          1808 Judges, 52

          1810 Communist Justice, 52

          1811 Criminal Offences, 52

          2205 Racial Discrimination, 58

          2206 Anti-Semitism, 58

          2207 Transfer, 58

          2300 Police and Security, 1962-1966, 58

          2301 Confidants and Provocateurs, 1962-1966, 58

          2302 Security Measures, 1962-1966, 58

          2304 Public Security, 1962-1966, 58

          2305 State Security Corps, 1962-1966, 58

          2306 Auxiliary Public Safety Corps, 1962-1966, 58

          2307 Peoples Militia, 1962-1966, 58

          2312 Arrests, 1962-1966, 58

          2314 Methods of Investigation, 1962-1966, 58

          2317 Censorship, 1962-1966, 58

          2318 Inner Guards, 1962-1966, 58

          2500 Prisons and Camps, 1962-1966, 59

          2500/A Institutions: Pankrác; Ruzyň; Bory; Jáchymov; Horni Slavkov, 1962-1966, 60

          2500/A Institutions: Příbram; Mírov; Leopoldov; Ilava, 1962-1966, 60

          2500Q Other Institutions: Moravia, 1962-1966, 60

          2502 Personnel and Guards, 1962-1966, 60

          2503 Inmates, 1962-1966, 60

          2507 Security Measures, 1962-1966, 60

          2508 Conditions, 1962-1966, 60

          2511 Escapes, 1962-1966, 60

          2804 Persecution, 1962-1966, 62

          2900 Resistance and Criticism, 1962-1966, 63

          2901 Cultural, 1962-1966, 63

          2902 Economic, 1962-1966, 63

          2903 Political, 1962-1966, 63

          2905 Sabotage, 1962-1966, 63

          2908 Military, 1962-1966, 63

          2909 Agricultural, 1962-1966, 63

          2910 Leaflets, 1962-1966, 63

          2911 Demonstrations, 1962-1966, 63

 

HU OSA 300-30-4 Old Code Subject Files III

1967-1971, microfilms

 

(It is difficult to give the exact quantity of each file within a microfilm roll; the numbers following the date span identify the rolls themselves.)

 

          1507a United Nations, 80-81

          2102 Persecution, 101

          2103 Inner Life, 101

          2200 Persecution and Purges, 101

          2202 Persecution of Foreign Nationals, 101

          2205 Racial Discrimination, 101

          2206 Anti-Semitism, 102

          2300 Police and Security, 102

          2301 Confidants and Provocateurs (Now Informers), 102

          2302 Security Measures, 102

          2304 Public Security, 102

          2305 State Security Corps, 102

          2306 Auxiliary Public Safety Corps, 102

          2307 Peoples Militia, 102

 

HU OSA 300-30-5 Old Code Subject Files IV

 

          2612 Propaganda: Rallies, 1967-1971, 0.08 lm

          2900 Resistance: Agricultural, 1968, 0.03 lm

          2901 Resistance: Cultural, 1967-1971, 0.08 lm

          2902 Resistance: Economic, 1967, 0.03 lm

          2903 Resistance: Political, 1967-1971, 0.22 lm

          2908 Resistance: Military, 1968, 0.03 lm

          2910 Resistance: Leaflets, 1968-1971, 0.08 lm

          2911 Resistance: Demonstrations, 1967-1971, 0.15 lm

 

HU OSA 300-30-6 Old Code Subject Files V

 

          1013 Ethnic Minorities: Expelled Minorities, 1972-1975, 0.10 lm

          1204 Exile: Refugees and Emigrants, 1972-1975, 0.20 lm

          1507a Foreign Relations: United Nations, 1972-1975, 0.20 lm

          1803 Justice: Trials; Sentences, 1972-1975, 0.25 lm

          1804 Justice: Amnesty, 1972-1975, 0.10 lm

          1807 Justice: Slánský Trial, 1963-1973, 0.22 lm

          1811 Justice: Criminal Offences, 1972-1975, 0.15 lm

          2310 Police and Security: Spies, 1972-1975, 0.10 lm

          2312 Police and Security: Arrests, 1972-1975, 0.13 lm

          2901 Resistance and Criticism: Cultural, 1973-1975, 0.08 lm

          2903 Resistance and Criticism: Political, 1968-1973, 0.10 lm

          2909 Resistance and Criticism: Soviet, 1972-1975, 0.10 lm

 

HU OSA 300-30-7 Old Code Subject Files VI

 

          1507a Foreign Relations: United Nations 1976-1988, 6.50 lm

          1507c Foreign Relations: Human Rights 1976-1991, 7.00 lm

          1800 Justice: Criminal Law, 1981, 0.05 lm

          1800 Justice: Proposal for the Legal Change, 1968-1969, 0.03 lm

          1801 Justice: Federal Legislation, 1974-1981, 0.13 lm

          1801 Justice: Legislation, 1982-1989, 0.20 lm

          1803 Justice: Trials: Sentences, 1977-1991, 0.73 lm

          1804 Justice: Amnesty, 1976-1991, 0.13 lm

          1807 Justice: Slánský Trial, 1952-1990, 0.08 lm

          1809 Justice: Terror, 1985-1989, 0.10 lm

          1810 Justice: Deformation, 1972-1990, 0.10 lm

          2202 Persecution: Purges: Political Resistance, 1972-1988, 0.50 lm

          2202 Persecution: Purges: Persecution of Foreign Nationals, 1972-1988, 0.30 lm

          2205 Persecution: Purges: Racial Discrimination, 1972-1990, 0.03 lm

          2301 Police: Security: State Security Service: Informers, 1972-1990, 0.03 lm

          2302 Police: Security: State Security Service: Security Measures, 1972-1991, 0.10 lm

          2304 Police: Security: STB [State Security Service]: Public Security, 1972-1985, 0.10 lm

          2305 Police: Security: STB [State Security Service]: State Security Corps, 1972-1991, 0.15 lm

          2306 Police: Security: Agents: Auxiliary Public Safety Corps, 1972-1990, 0.05 lm

          2307 Police: Security: Agents: Peoples Militia, 1972-1991, 0.13 lm

          2311 Police: Security: Agents, 1972-1988, 0.10 lm

          2312 Police: Security: Arrests, 1976-1990, 0.45 lm

          2314 Police: Security: Methods of Investigation, 1972-1991, 0.05 lm

          2317 Police: Security: Censorship, 1972-1990, 0.10 lm

          2503 Health: Prisons: Camps: Inmates, 1972-1991, 0.33 lm

          2612 Propaganda: Rallies, 1972-1988, 0.10 lm

          2901 Resistance: Criticism: Cultural, 1976-1990, 0.20 lm

          2903 Resistance: Criticism: Political, 1975-1984, 1.83 lm

 

HU OSA 300-30-8 Old Code Subject Card Files

1951-1993, approx. 9000 cards

 

          1200 Exile: General

          1201 Exile: Relief Organizations

          1202 Exile: Organizations Abroad

          1203 Exile: Personalities

          1205 Exile: Possibilities of Emigration

          1204 Exile: Refugees and Emigrants

          1207 Exile: Literature and Newspapers

          1208 Exile: VETO [Anticommunist propaganda]

          1208 Exile: Radio Free Europe and Western Stations

          1209 Exile: Jamming Stations

          1300 Exile: Fellow Travelers

          1507a Foreign Relations: United Nations

          1507c Foreign Relations: Human Rights

          1800 Justice: General

          1801 Justice: Federal Legislation

          1801 Justice: Czech Legislation

          1801 Justice: Slovak Legislation

          1802 Justice: Ústavný súd [Constitutional Court]

          1802 Justice: Najvyšší súd [Supreme Court]

          1802 Justice: General Prosecutor

          1802 Justice: Courts

          1808 Justice: Investigations

          1803 Justice: Trials and Sentences

          1803 Justice: Sentences

          1804 Justice: Amnesty

          1805 Justice: Lawyers and Prosecutors

          1805 Justice: Judges

          1806 Justice: Rehabilitation

          1807 Justice: Slánský Trial

          1803 Justice: Trials of Honor

          1809 Justice: International Terrorism

          1810 Justice: Deformation

          1811 Justice: Criminal Offences

          2002/b Morale: Anticommunist Feelings

          2002/b Morale: Rumors, Demonstrations and Protests

          2100 Non-Communist Parties and Associations: Non-Communist Parties and Persecution

          2101 Non-Communist Parties and Associations: Personalities

          2200 Persecution and Purges: General

          2202 Persecution and Purges: Persecution of Foreign Nationals

          2203 Persecution and Purges: Economic Pressure

          2206 Persecution and Purges: Anti-Semitism

          2301 Police and Security: STB: Informers

          2302 Police and Security: STB: Security Measures

          2304 Police and Security: Public Security

          2306 Police and Security: STB: State Security Corps

          2306 Police and Security: STB: State Security Corps

          2306 Police and Security: Agents: Auxiliary Public Safety Corps

          2311 Police and Security: Agents: Agents

          2307 Police and Security: Agents: Peoples Militia

          2310 Police and Security: Spies

          2312 Police and Security: Arrests

          2314 Police and Security: Agents: Methods of Investigation

          2317 Police and Security: Agents: Censorship

          2500 Prisons: Prisons: A-Z

          2502 Prisons: Personnel and Guards

          2506 Prisons: Conditions

          2900 Resistance, Criticism: General

          2901 Resistance, Criticism: Cultural

          2903 Resistance, Criticism: Political

          2907 Resistance, Criticism: Dissent

          2907 Resistance, Criticism: Dissident Periodicals

          2907 Resistance, Criticism: Free Agency Press

          2907 Resistance, Criticism: Dissident Organizations

          2907 Resistance, Criticism: VONS

          2909 Resistance, Criticism: Soviet (Union)

          2907 Resistance, Criticism: Underground

          2920 Resistance, Criticism: Leaflets

          2911 Resistance, Criticism: Demonstrations

 

HU OSA 300-30-9 New Code Subject Files

 

          Politics: Associations: Charter 77, 1990-1992, 0.50 lm

          Politics: Constitution 1972-1992, 0.30 lm

          Politics: Human Rights, 1988-1992, 0.09 lm

          Politics: Trials, 1976-1992, 0.13 lm

          Politics: Political Ethics: Lustration, 1991-1992, 0.13 lm

          Security: Police, 1972-1992, 0.18 lm

          Security: Police: STB [State Security Service] 1990-1991, 0.08 lm

          Security: Police: STB [State Security Service]: Rudá krávo, 1992-1992, 0.03 lm

 

HU OSA 300-30-15 Collection of Documents relating to the Czechoslovak Opposition

3.40 lm

 

          Resistance: Dissidents: General, 1988-1990

          Resistance: Dissidents: Foreign relations, 1988-1991

          Resistance: Dissidents: Jednorázové akcie: Symposium on Czechoslovakia, 1988-1989

          Resistance: Dissidents: Organizations: General, 1987-1990

          Resistance: Dissidents: Organizations: Mirovy klub Johna Lenona, 1989

          Resistance: Dissidents: Organizations: Pokoj na zemi, 1988

          Resistance: Dissidents: Organizations: Sdružení T.G. Masaryka, 1988-1989

          Resistance: Dissidents: Organizations: Iniciativa sociální obrany, 1988-1989

          Resistance: Dissidents: Organizations: Jazz Section; Underground, 1988-1989

          Resistance: Dissidents: Organizations: Klub právní podpory, 1989

          Resistance: Dissidents: Organizations: Společnost za veselejší současnost, 1989

          Resistance: Dissidents: Periodicals: Czech: General, 1971-1990

          Resistance: Dissidents: Periodicals: Czech: Narodní noviny, 1972-1974

          Resistance: Dissidents: Periodicals: Czech: Samizdatova periodika, 1977-1988

          Resistance: Dissidents: Periodicals: Czech: Čin, 1989

          Resistance: Dissidents: Periodicals: Czech: Dialog, 1988-1989

          Resistance: Dissidents: Periodicals: Czech: Demokratická iniciativa, 1988

          Resistance: Dissidents: Periodicals: Czech: Křěsťanské obzory, 1988

          Resistance: Dissidents: Periodicals: Czech: Sport, 1989

          Resistance: Dissidents: Periodicals: Czech: Lidové Noviny, 1988-1990

          Resistance: Dissidents: Periodicals: Czech: Magazin společenství přátel USA, 1988

          Resistance: Dissidents: Periodicals: Czech: Informační agentura Vokno, 1988

          Resistance: Dissidents: Periodicals: Czech: Voknoviny, 1985-1989

          Resistance: Dissidents: Periodicals: Slovak: General, 1988

          Resistance: Dissidents: Periodicals: Slovak: Hlas Slovenska, 1988

          Resistance: Dissidents: Periodicals: Slovak: K, 1987

          Resistance: Dissidents: Periodicals: Slovak: Náboženstvo a súčasnosť, 1988

          Resistance: Dissidents: Periodicals: Slovak: Katolícky mesačník, 1988

          Resistance: Dissidents: Periodicals: Slovak: Rodinné spoločenstvo, 1988

          Resistance: Dissidents: Periodicals: Slovak: Bratislavské Listy, 1988-1989

          Resistance: Dissidents: Personalities: Developments in Bohemia Before the Revolution, 1987-1990

          Resistance: Dissidents: Personalities: Developments in Slovakia Before the Revolution, 1989

          Resistance: Human Rights: Czechoslovak Human Rights Committee: Helsinki Watch, 1988-1989

          Resistance: Justice: Investigation: Police: STB: Terror, 1989-1991

          Resistance: Politics: Associations: Charter 77, 1978-1989

          Resistance: Politics: Demonstrations, 1988-1992

          Resistance: Politics: Demonstrations: November 1989, 1989-1990

          Resistance: Prisoners, 1987-1991 

          Resistance: Propaganda: Rallies, 1988-1991

          Resistance: Information about the Church, 1983-1988

          Resistance: Information about Charter 77, 1981-1989

          Resistance: Resistance: Criticism: Cultural, 1978-1989

          Resistance: Resistance: Criticism: Political, 1980-1990

          Resistance: Resistance: Political: Cultural: Texts by Dissidents, 1978-1987

          Resistance: Resistance: Demonstrations, 1972-1988

          Resistance: Resistance: Leaflets: Texts, 1972-1989

          Resistance: Letenská Pláň, 1989

          Resistance: Free Press Agency, 1989-1990

          Resistance: Internationale Gesellschaft Für Menschenrechte, 1989

          Resistance: Palach Press, 1989-1990

          Resistance: Východoevropská Informacní agentura, 1989-1990

 

HU OSA 300-40 Hungarian Unit

HU OSA 300-40-1 Subject Files

 

          Alkotmány [Constitution], 1949-1989, 0.25 lm

          Amnesty International, 1988-1991, 0.02 lm

          Belpolitika: Országgyűlési Bizottságok: Emberi Jogi [Internal Affairs: Parliamentary Committee on Human Rights], 1990-1992, 0.02 lm

          Belpolitika: Országgyűlési Bizottságok: Alkotmányügyi [Internal Affairs: Parliamentary Committee on Constitutional Issues], 1990-1992, 0.02 lm

          Cenzúra [Censorship], 1951-1993, 0.12 lm

          Disszidálás [Defection], 1956-1988, 0.37 lm

          ENSZ [UNO], 1952-1986, 0,20 lm

          ENSZ: Magyar kérdés [UNO: Hungarian Question], 1956-1970, 0,10 lm

          Ellenzék: Charta 77 [Opposition: Chareter 77], 1979-1987, 0.12 lm

          Ellenzék: Demokratikus [Opposition: Democratic], 1982-1992, 0.50 lm

          Ellenzék: Demokratikus: SR [Opposition: Democratic: Situation Report], 1983-1989, 0.05 lm

          Ellenzék: Demokratikus: Szabad Kezdeményezések Hálózata [Opposition: Network of Free Initiatives]], 1988, 0.02 lm

          Ellenzék: Disszidens nemzetközi kapcsolatok [Opposition: Dissidents International Relations], 1977-1988, 0.02 lm

          Ellenzék: Emberi jogok [Opposition: Human Rights], 1960-1988, 0.25 lm

          Ellenzék: Emberi jogok: SR [Opposition: Human Rights: Situation Report], 1985, 0.02 lm

          Ellenzék: Emberi jogok: Rendszerkritikusok [Opposition: Human Rights: Critics of the System], 1977-1982, 0.05 lm

          Ellenzék: Kisúgó [Opposition: Kisúgó Samizdat Periodical], 1983, 0.02 lm

          Ellenzék: Lakitelek [Opposition: Lakitelek], 1987, 0.02 lm

          Ellenzék: Magyar Figyelő [Opposition: Hungarian Observer], 1981, 0.02 lm

          Ellenzék: Szamizdat [Opposition: Samizdat], 1978-1989, 0.12 lm

          Ellenzék: Szamizdat lapok [Opposition: Samizdat Periodicals], 1983, 0.02 lm

          Ellenzék: Szárszói Front [Opposition: The Szárszó Front], 1983-1993, 0.05 lm

          Emigráció: Tiltott határátlépések [Emigration: Illegal Border Crossing], 1970-1975, 0.07 lm

          Európai Biztonsági Konferencia: Bern [CSCE], 1986, 0.70 lm

          Európai Biztonsági Konferencia: Bécs [CSCE: Vienna], 1959-1989, 0. 37 lm

          Európai Biztonsági Konferencia: Genf [CSCE: Geneva], 1986, 0.02 lm

          Európai Biztonsági Konferencia: Helsinki [CSCE], 1976-1987, 0. 25 lm

          Európai Biztonsági Konferencia: Helsinki, Genf [CSCE: Geneva], 1955-1975, 0.25 lm

          Európai Biztonsági Konferencia: Helsinki, Madrid [CSCE], 1981-1982, 0.02 lm

          Európai Biztonsági Konferencia: Madrid, Stockholm [CSCE], 1983-1983, 0.02 lm

          Európai Biztonsági Konferencia: Madridi záródokumentum [CSCE: Madrid Closing Document], 1983, 0.02 lm

          Európai Biztonsági Konferencia: Memorandum [CSCE], 1977, 0.02 lm

          Európai Biztonsági Konferencia: Stockholm [CSCE], 1974-1986, 0.15 lm

          Európai Biztonsági Konferencia: Záróokmány [CSCE: Closing Document], 1975, 0.02 lm

          Európai Kulturális Fórum [European Cultural Forum], 1985-1987, 0.25 lm

          Európai Kulturális Fórum: SR [European Cultural Forum: Situation Report], 1985-1986, 0.02 lm

          Kitelepítés: Deportálás [Resettlement: Deportation], 1950-1991, 0.02 lm

          Kitelepítés: Magyar Közlöny [Resettlement: Hungarian Bulletin], 1951-1990, 0.02 lm

          Menekültügy [Refugees], 1982-1990, 0.12 lm

 

HU OSA 300-40-2 Subject Files in English

 

          Constitution, 1972-1989, 0,02 lm

          Culture: Censorship, 1967-1989, 0.02 lm

          Culture: Samizdat, 1977-1988, 0.05 lm

          Exile: Escape, 1966-1989, 0.12 lm

          Justice: Political Crimes, 1966-1989, 0.05 lm

          Justice: Prisons and Camps, 1966-1978, 0.02 lm

          Opposition, Unrest and Criticism: General, 1966-1989, 0.12 lm

          Unofficial Organizations, 1985-1989, 0,02 lm

 

HU OSA 300-40-4 Information Items

 

          122.5 Foreign Relations: United Nations, 1955-1957, 0,50 lm

 

HU OSA 300-50 Polish Unit

HU OSA 300-50-1 Subject Files

 

          105.26 Prawo cywilne [Civil Rights], 1951-1992, 0.30 lm

          106.1 Sądy: Trybunały [Courts: Tribunals], 1960-1992, 0.60 lm

          106.1 Rzecznik Praw Obywatelskich [Commissioner of Human Rights], 1986-1992, 0.20 lm

          107 Prawa obywatelskie: Konstytucja [Human Rights: Constitution], 1952-1992, 1.00 lm

          107.2 Wolnośćsłowa [Freedom of Speech], 1959-1992, 1.60 lm

          107.2 Opozycja [Opposition], 1951-1990, 0.10 lm

          107.2 KSS. KOR [Workers Defense Committee], 1977-1990, 1.00 lm

          107.2 Komitety Obywatelskie [Civic Committees], 1988-1992, 0.20 lm

          107.2 Listy. Apele [Letters and Appeals], 1975-1989, 0.70 lm

          107.4 Wolnośćreligii [Freedom of Religion], 1955-1957, 0.02 lm

          111.6 Powstanie poznańskie [Uprising in Poznan], 1956-1957, 0.70 lm

          111.6 Strajki [Strikes], 1956-1992, 3.50 lm

          111.6 Rozruchy studenckie [Student Disturbances], 1961-1968, 0.80 lm

          111.6 Wypadki grudniowe [December Events], 1970, 1970-1971, 1.00 lm

          111.6 Rozruchy [Disturbances], 1971-1979, 0.60 lm

          122.2 ONZ [United Nations], 1954-1992, 1.70 lm

          135.03 Polityczna dyskryminacja [Political Discrimination], 1988-1992, 0.20 lm

          135.2 Procesy polityczne [Political Trials], 1951-1993, 1.50 lm

          812.6 Ucieczki z kraju [Escapes from Poland], 1951-1992, 1.00 lm

          814.1 Paszporty, wizy [Passports and Visas], 1953-1992, 0.60 lm

 

HU OSA 300-50-3 Subject Card Files

 

          Procesy rehabilitacyjne [Rehabilitation Trials], 30 cards

          Represje [Repression], 30 cards

          Procesy polityczne [Political Trials], 250 cards

          Obozy karne [Prisons and Camps], 350 cards

          Więzienia [Prisons], 450 cards

 

HU OSA 300-50-23 Reports of the Workers Defence Committee

1979-1981, 0.30 lm

 

HU OSA 300-55 Polish Underground Publications Unit

HU OSA 300-55-3 Polish Underground Subject Files, 1979-1989

 

          Akcje protestacyjne [Protests], 0.10 lm

          Apele [Appeals], 0.10 lm

          Komitet Helsiński [Helsinki Committee], 0.30 lm

          Niezależne stowarzyszenia [Independent Organizations], 0.10 lm

          Procesy polityczne [Political Trials], 0.10 lm

          Bio Dysydentów [Biographical Files of Dissidents], 0.50 lm

 

HU OSA 300-55-7 Documents on the Democratic Opposition

1977-1983, 2.30 lm

 

HU OSA 300-60 Romanian Unit

HU OSA 300-60-1 Subject Files

 

          102 Administration: Constitution, 1952-1991, 0.30 lm

          102 Administration: Justice: Borders, 1948-1973, 0.02 lm

          102 Administration: Justice: Death Penalty, 1968-1990, 0.02 lm

          102 Administration: Justice: Death Penalty in Other Countries, 1983-1985, 0.02 lm

          102 Administration: Justice: Psychiatric Confinement, 1973-1980, 0.02 lm

          504 Communications: Post: Censorship, 1963-1963, 0.02 lm

          800 Culture: Helsinki Humanism, 1976-1978, 0.05 lm

          802 Culture: Editing: Committee for Editing and Press, 1975-1977, 0.02 lm

          808 Culture: Censorship: General, 1981-1989, 0.10 lm

          808 Culture: Censorship: Free Press, 1990-1991, 0.02 lm

          808 Culture: Censorship: System of Censorship, 1977-1979, 0.02 lm

          808 Culture: Dissidents: General, 1979-1987, 0.02 lm

          808 Culture: Dissidents: Botez, M., 1985-1987, 0.02 lm

          808 Culture: Dissidents: Emigration, 1977-1981, 0.02 lm

          808 Culture: Dissidents: Filipescu, R., 1985-1986, 0.02 lm

          808 Culture: Dissidents: Goma, P., 1977-1986, 0.10 lm

          808 Culture: Dissidents: Human Rights, 1978-1987, 0.07 lm

          808 Culture: Dissidents: Intellectuals; Writers, 1975-1987, 0.05 lm

          808 Culture: Dissidents: Nationality Protest, 1978-1979, 0.02 lm

          808 Culture: Dissidents: Official Reaction, 1977-1979, 0.02 lm

          808 Culture: Dissidents: Tănase, V., 1977-1986, 0.10 lm

          1100 [Ethnic minorities]: [General]: CSCE Human Rights Conference Report on Romania, 1989, 0.02 lm

          1100 Ethnic minorities: Jews: Emigration, 1959-1983

          1204 Exile: Refugees and Emigrants, 1951-1989, 0.62 lm

          1204 Exile: Refugees and Emigrants: Law, 1968-1976, 0.02 lm

          1204 Exile: Refugees and Emigrants: Romania, 1985, 0.02 lm

          1204 Exile: Refugees and Emigrants: Tănase, V., 1982, 0.02 lm

          1204 Exile: Refugees and Emigrants: UN Refugee Committee, 1989-1989, 0.02 lm

          1205 Exile: Possibilities of Emigration, 1951-1989, 0.30 lm

          1205 Exile: Possibilities of Emigration: [Ceauşescu on Emigration], 1974-1981, 0.02 lm

          1205 Exile: Possibilities of Emigration: Hunger Strikes, 1986-1989, 0.02 lm

          1205 Exile: Possibilities of Emigration: Illegal Emigration, 1986-1989, 0.02 lm

          1205 Exile: Possibilities of Emigration: [Punishments], 1953-1970, 0.20 lm

          1501 Foreign Relations: CSCE, 1988-1989, 0.02 lm

          1505 Foreign relations: Relations with other countries: UNO: Human Rights, 1960-1986, 0.27 lm

          2300 Police and security: Opposition in Romania, 1981-1989, 0.02 lm

          2300 Police and security: Political Crimes, 1982-1983, 0.02 lm

          2303 Police and security: Political Police, 1949-1964, 0.02 lm

          2307 Police and security: Methods of Investigation, 1951-1971, 0.02 lm

          2310 Police and security: Atrocities, 1951-1976, 0.05 lm

          2309 Police and security: Censorship, 1951-1978, 0.02 lm

          2604 Propaganda: Budapest Cultural Forum, 1985, 0.05 lm

          2604 Propaganda: Helsinki, 1969-1987, 0.27 lm

          2604 Propaganda: Helsinki: Notification, 1976, 0.02 lm

          2604 Propaganda: Helsinki: Quotations, 1976, 0.02 lm

          2900 Resistance and Criticism of the Regime: General, 1951-1969, 0.02 lm

          2903 Resistance and Criticism of the Regime: Political, 1951-1971, 0.05 lm

          4402 State apparatus: Parliament: Constitution, 1986-1987, 0.02 lm

          4402 State apparatus: Parliament: Constitutionalists, 1971-1973, 0.02 lm

          4404 State apparatus: Ministries: Foreign Affairs: CSCE, 1990, 0.02 lm

          4404 State Apparatus: Ministries: Foreign Affairs: UNO: Special, 1985-1989, 0.02 lm

          4404 State Apparatus: Ministries: Foreign Affairs: UNO: VIP, 1988-1991, 0.02 lm

 

HU OSA 300-60-3: Records relating to the Romanian Opposition and Protest Movement

1977-1991, 2.62 lm

 

          Braşov, November 15, 1987: Events, 1987-1988

          Braşov, November 15, 1987: Reactions; Interpretations, 1988-1989

          Ceauşescu's Trial: Reactions; Central European Processes, 1989-1990

          Civil Rights Defenders, 1977-1986

          Democracy, 1985-1989

          Demonstrations: April 12, 1991

          Demonstrations: Alba Iulia, 1990

          Demonstrations: Anti-FSN [Frontul Salvării Naţionale: National Salvation Front], 1990-1991

          Demonstrations: Braşov; Timişoara, 1989

          Demonstrations: Bucureşti, 1990

          Demonstrations: Laws and Decrees, 1990-1991

          Demonstrations: Piata Universităţii [University Square], 1990

          Demonstrations: Proclamatia de la Timişoara [The Timişoara Proclamation], 1990

          Demonstrations: Pro-FSN [Frontul Salvării Naţionale: National Salvation Front], 1990

          Demonstrations: Reports on the Demonstrations, 1991

          Demonstrations: Timişoara, 1990

          Demonstrations: Various, 1985-1991

          Dissent: General, 1984-1991

          Dissent: The Open Letter of FEN [Frontul de Eliberare Naţională: National Liberation Front], 1989

          Dissent: ARD [Acţiunea Română Democrată: Romanian Democratic Action], 1989

          Dissidents: A-V, 1979-1991

          Human rights: General, 1985-1991

          Human rights: Death Cases; Prisons; Violation of Human Rights, 1987-1991

          Human rights: Emigration; Exile, 1988-1991

          Human rights: Information, 1989

          Human rights: Labor: ILO [International Labor Organization], 1987-1990

          Human rights: Minorities, 1988-1991

          Human rights: Romanian Position; Conferences, 1988-1990

          Human rights: Psychiatry; Religion, 1988

          Human rights: Special Reports: CSCE, 1989-1991

          Human rights: Travel; Family Reunification, 1988

          Journalists (banned): General, 1989-1990

          Journalists (banned): Foreign Journalists, 1989-1990

          Journalists (banned): Romanian Journalists, 1989-1990

          Letters and Appeals from Romania, 1982-1991

          Open Letters: The Group of Seven, 1989

          Open Letters: The Group of Six, 1989

          Opposition, 1987-1989

          Re-emigration: General, 1990-1991

          Re-emigration: Raţiu, I., 1990-1991

          Revolts: General, 1977-1989

          Revolution: December 1989, 1990-1991

          Romanian Samizdat, 1982-1988

          Timişoara, 1989

 

HU OSA 300-80 Soviet Red Archives

HU OSA 300-80-1 Old Code Subject Files

 

          [Amnesty], 1955-1992, 0.05 lm

          : [Anti-Semitism: General], 1953-1993, 0.50 lm

          : [Anti-Semitism: Jews], 1956-1993, 0.50 lm

          : [Anti-Semitism: Jewish Writers], 1956-1992, 0.02 lm

          : [Anti-Semitism: Literature], 1956-1992, 0.05 lm

          : [Anti-Semitism: The Leningrad Case], 1970-1981, 0.02 lm

          : [Anti-Semitism: The Kishinev Case], 1971, 0.02 lm

          : [Anti-Semitism: The Riga Case], 1971, 0.02 lm

          : [Anti-Semitism: Resolutions and Laws], 1918-1962, 0.02 lm

          : [Anti-Semitism: Khruschev and the Jews], 1963-1967, 0.02 lm

          : [Anti-Semitism: Zionism], 1970-1993, 0.12 lm

          [Anti-Soviet Speeches], 1963-1992, 0.17 lm

          [Watchfulness], 1956-1992, 0.05 lm

          : . [Hospitals and Health Centers, Mental Hospitals], 1967-1993, 0.15 lm

          [Marriages with Foreigners], 1982-1993, 0.05 lm

          [Hunger Strikes], 1983-1993, 0.02 lm

          [Citizenship], 1966-1988, 0.05 lm

          [Democratic Reform Movement], 1991-1993, 0.05 lm

          [Misinformation], 1979-1992, 0.10 lm

          [Democracy], 1961-1993, 0.25 lm

          [De-Stalinization], 1954-1986, 0.17 lm

          [European Court of Justice], 1977-1991, 0.02 lm

          [Populations Complaints], 1966-1990, 0.07 lm

          [Abuse of Authority], 1982-1993, 0.10 lm

          [Ideological War], 1976-1992, 0.10 lm

          : [Nonconformism: General], 1968-1993, 0.32 lm

          : [Nonconformism: Persecution], 1986-1991, 0.02 lm

          [Foreign Citizens in the USSR], 1962-1984, 0.20 lm

          [Katyn], 1976-1993, 0.05 lm

          [KGB = State Security Committee], 1947-1993, 0.50 lm

          [Constitution], 1936-1993, 0.12 lm

          : , : [CPSU: Purges; CPSU: Moscow Trials], 1956-1990, 0.07 lm

          : : [Literature: Biographies and Autobiographies: Writers Revolt], 1957-1971, 0.02 lm

          : [Literature: Metropol], 1979-1992, 0.02 lm

          [Underground Literature], 1962-1992, 0.12 lm

          : [Literature: Writers Trials], 1964-1972, 0.20 lm

          [Amnesty International], 1966-1992, 0.12 lm

          : , [Punishment: General: Forced Labor], 1956-1992, 0.10 lm

          : [Nationalism: Peoples Rehabilitation], 1956-1967, 0.02 lm

          [Non-Formal Associations], 1987-1991, 0.07 lm

          [Rodina Association], 1963-1991, 0.02 lm

          [Searches], 1976-1987, 0.02 lm

          [Deserters], 1985-1991, 0.02 lm

          [Flights from the USSR], 1988-1991, 0.02 lm

          [Forgery of Documents], 1974-1993, 0.02 lm

          : [Human Rights: General], 1954-1993, 0.55 lm

          : [Human Rights: Declaration of Human Rights], 1988-1990, 0.02 lm

          : [Law: Civil], 1961-1993, 0.05 lm

          : [Law: Socialist Lawfulness], 1957-1992, 0.10 lm

          [Political Crimes], 1961-1993, 0.02 lm

          - [Dissident Workers], 1976-1988, 0.10 lm

          [Rehabilitation of Repressed People], 1957-1993, 0.05 lm

          : [Religion: Trials], 1961-1988, 0.07 lm

          : [Samizdat: General], 1971-1992, 0.25 lm

          : [Samizdat: Various], 1971-1983, 1.17 lm

          : , [Samizdat: Variants, Left Turn], 1981-1983, 0.02 lm

          : [Samizdat: Veche], 1971-1988, 0.09 lm

          : -73 [Samizdat: Group 73], 1973-1983, 0.02 lm

          : -86 [Samizdat: Helsinki Group 86], 1977-1987, 0.02 lm

          : [Samizdat: 20th Century], 1978, 0.02 lm

          : [Samizdat: Democratic Movement], 1983, 0.02 lm

          : [Samizdat: Women and Russia], 1979-1983, 0.02 lm

          : [Samizdat: Land], 1974-1975, 0.02 lm

          : [Samizdat: Action Committee on Defending Human Rights], 1969-1980, 0.02 lm

          : () [Samizdat: Human Rights Committee (Sakharov)], 1971-1982, 0.02 lm

          : [Samizdat: Information Pages], 1980, 0.02 lm

          : [ ] [Samizdat: Moscow Social Group for Helping the Implementation of the Helsinki Final Act], 1976-1989, 0.15 lm

          : [Samizdat: Community], 1978-1979, 0.02 lm

          : [Samizdat: Oprichnina], 1978-1981, 0.02 lm

          : [Samizdat: Pamiat], 1978-1979, 0.02 lm

          : [Samizdat: Searches], 1978-1983, 0.02 lm

          : [Samizdat: Political Diary], 1971-1975, 0.02 lm

          : [Samizdat: Last Words], 1970-1972, 0.02 lm

          : [Samizdat: Sower], 1972, 0.02 lm

          : 82 [Samizdat: The Socialist 82], 1983, 0.02 lm

          : [ ] [Samizdat: Ukrainian Social Group for Helping the Implementation of the Helsinki Final Act], 1977-1985, 0.02 lm

          : / [] л [Samizdat: Fund for Helping Political Prisoners in the USSR], 1977-1992, 0.02 lm

          : [Samizdat: Christian Seminar on the Problems of Religious Revival], 1980, 0.02 lm

          : л [Samizdat: Christian Committee for Defending the Rights of Believers in the USSR], 1979-1983, 0.02 lm

          : [Samizdat: Chronicle of Current Events], 1979-1983, 0.30 lm

          C: -. » [Samizdat: Express Information. Bulletin B], 1983-1986, 0.02 lm

          : [Samizdat: Chronicle of Ukraine and Lithuania], 1976-1985, 0.05 lm

          : [Samizdat: Chronicle of Defending Human Rights], 1970-1978, 0.02 lm

          : [Stalin and Stalinism: General], 1951-1993, 0.57 lm

          : [Stalin and Stalinism: GULAG], 1990-1991, 0.02 lm

          : [Stalin and Stalinism: Victims of Stalinism], 1988-1989, 0.17 lm

          : [Courts in the USSR: Special], 1979, 0.02 lm

          : [Work: Unemployment], 1960-1993, 0.12 lm

          : [Work: Strikes and Conflicts], 1956-1993, 0.17 lm

          : , [Work: Placing in a Job, Childrens and Juveniles Work], 1967-1993, 0.10 lm

          [Prisons and Prisoners], 1961-1993, 0.20 lm

          [Ukrainian Samizdat], 1966-1983, 0.02 lm

          : [Helsinki: Final Act], 1975-1993, 0.60 lm

          [Censorship], 1955-1993, 0.15 lm

          : [Emigration: General], 1959-1993, 0.27 lm

          : [Emigration: Refugees], 1948-1993, 0.17 lm

          : [Emigration: Returnees], 1956-1991, 0.12 lm

          : [Emigration: Activity], 1960-1993, 0.12 lm

          : [Emigration: Jews], 1970-1993, 0.40 lm

          : [Emigration: Literature], 1962-1993, 0.07 lm

 

HU OSA 300-81 Monitoring Unit

HU OSA 300-81-2 Subject Files related to Ukraine

 

          [ : ³ ] [Unofficial Press of Ukraine: Viche Tarasova Ukraina], 1989-1990, 0.25 lm

          " [Non-Formal Youth Associations], 1988-1990, 0.07 lm

          " [Non-Formal Organizations and Associations], 1989-1990, 0.17 lm

          [Strikes], 1989-1990, 0.07 lm

 

HU OSA 300-85 Soviet Samizdat Archives

1968-1991, 177.9 lm

 

In the former Soviet Union, starting with the 1960s, samizdat meant underground issues (belles-lettres, political essays, public appeals, letters to the Soviet leadership), which could not be officially published because of censorship, thus were spread secretly, from person to person, very often at a great risk. For almost 30 years, RFE/RL were collecting samizdat materials relating to attempts of Soviet public to influence the state policy and mostly dealing with human rights issues. Samizdat and RFE/RL, as the most operative of its propagandists, happened to play a very significant role in the development of the Soviet society and the history of the human rights movement.

 

The Soviet Samizdat Archives contains materials of the following types: copies of samizdat documents created in the former Soviet Union and then smuggled to the West (and alos their reproductions); indexes to the Samizdat materials (some of them are available in electronic format, too); records relating to samizdat, which were collected by the Samizdat Unit staff for reference purposes (clippings, transcripts of Radio Liberty broadcast, abstracts of media reports); collection of unofficial publications from the former Soviet Union during the Perestroika period. Audio-visual materials are also included in the Samizdat Archives.

 

HU OSA 301 Records of the Index on Censorship

1970-1998, 37.5 lm (unprocessed)

 

Consists of background materials primarily relating to suppressions of free expression and violations of freedom of speech, press collected by the staff members of Index on Censorship and materials from other independent (Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch) or anonymous sources. The records also cover other human rights violations and issues such as migration, dissent, harassment of dissidents, political prisoners and homosexuality.

 

HU OSA 302 Samizdat Publications of Gábor Demszky

 

HU OSA 302-0-6: A magyarországi ellenzéki mozgalmak dokumentumai a 80-as években [Documents of the Hungarian Opposition Movements in the 1980s]

1980-1989, 0.12 lm

 

HU OSA 304 Records of the International Human Rights Law Institute relating to the Conflict in the Former Yugoslavia

1973, 1987, 1990-1994 (predominant 1991-1994)

10.00 lm, 252 videotapes (VHS), 36 audio-tapes and 68 books

 

HU OSA 304-0-1 Final Report of the United Nations Commission of Experts Established Pursuant to Security Council Resolution 780 (1992), 27 May 1994

HU OSA 304-0-2 Interim and Supplementary Reports of the Special Rapporteur

HU OSA 304-0-3 Numbered Commission Document Files ("Bates File")

HU OSA 304-0-4 United Nations, International Red Cross Committee, International Court of Justice Documents

HU OSA 304-0-5 Official Submissions of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

HU OSA 304-0-6 Materials on Ethnic Cleansing

HU OSA 304-0-7 Press Reports on Sarajevo

HU OSA 304-0-8 Files on the Military Structure of the Warring Factions

HU OSA 304-0-9 Articles Relating to Military Strategies and Tactics of the Warring Factions

HU OSA 304-0-10 Reports on the Destruction of Cultural Property

HU OSA 304-0-11 Foreign Broadcasting Information Service on Dubrovnik

HU OSA 304-0-12 Press Reports on War in Bosnia

HU OSA 304-0-13 Publications and Manuscripts

HU OSA 304-0-14 Index to the Video Recordings on War Crimes in the Former Yugoslavia, February 1994

HU OSA 304-0-15 Transcripts and Summary of the Video Recordings on War Crimes in the Former Yugoslavia, 1990-1995

HU OSA 304-0-16 Video Recordings relating to the Conflict in the Former Yugoslavia

HU OSA 304-0-17 Sound Recordings relating to the Conflict in the Former Yugoslavia

 

HU OSA 307 VIN Programs Broadcast at Studio B Television, Belgrade, Yugoslavia

1995-1997, 83 videotapes, 80 hours

 

Video materials of the independent TV station Studio B on the democratic opposition movements in Yugoslavia.

 

HU OSA 315 Collection of Dragoljub Ackovic relating to Roma Issues

1994-1997, 0.04 lm

 

Consists of books and periodicals.

 

HU OSA 316 Records of the European Roma Rights Center

1996-1999, 0.12 lm

 

Includes annual and biannual reports, newsletters and country reports relating to the life and persecutions of Roma in East Central Europe.

 

HU OSA 317 Collection of Miklós Kun relating to the 20th Century History

1922-1994, 19 videotapes, 20 hours

 

Consists of videos on various topics, including human rights movements in Russia, the holocaust and prison camps in the Soviet Union.

 

HU OSA 318 Records of the International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights

1983-2000, 22.3 lm (under processing)

 

Consists of country and administrative files relating to and reports summarizing the activity of IHF and its national committees, and also CSCE/OSCE documents and publications.

 

HU OSA 319 Video Recordings of the Proceedings of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia

 

Hearings of the Tadič and Blaśkič Trial, 1996

283 videotapes, 300 hours

 

HU OSA 322 Collective Fonds: Materials relating to the Balkans

1994-1995, 215 electronic files

 

HU OSA 323 Records of the Belarusian Helsinki Committee

1989-1999, 1.12 lm (unprocessed)

 

Includes activity reports, minutes, individual case files, clippings and press releases.

 

HU OSA 324 Records of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Bosnia-Herzegovina

1995-1997, less than 0.12 lm

 

Includes newsletters and other publications.

 

HU OSA 325 Records of the Croatian Helsinki Committee for Human Rights

1997-1998, less than 0.12 lm

 

Includes press releases and publications.

 

HU OSA 326 Records of the Kosova Helsinki Committee

1992-1998, less than 0.12 lm

 

Includes newsletters and other publications.

 

HU OSA 327 Records of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia

1996-2001, 0.31 lm

 

Includes newsletters and other publications.

 

HU OSA 328 Records of the Albanian Helsinki Committee

1998, less than 0.12 lm

 

Consists of newsletters.

 

HU OSA 329 Records of the Canadian Supreme Court Relating to the Case of Her Majesty The Queen (Appellant) v. Imre Finta (Respondent) and the Canadian Holocaust Remembrance Association (Intervener)

1993, 0.10 lm

 

Consists of legal documents: motions, appeals, facta, etc.

 

HU OSA 332 Records of the Slovak Helsinki Committee

1998, less than 0.12 lm

 

Consists of newsletters.

 

HU OSA 334 Records of the Hungarian Helsinki Committee

1996-1997, less than 0.12 lm

 

Includes thematic publications.

 

HU OSA 340 Photographs and Personal Papers of Edward Serotta Relating to Jewish Life in Wartime Bosnia and Prewar Yugoslavia

(unprocessed)

 

HU OSA 341 Publications of the Human Rights Watch

1982-2000, 5.62 lm

 

Consists of copies of Human Rights Watch publications: world, country and thematic reports.

 

Library materials

 

Information and communications rights, 18 titles

 

1. Computers, surveillance, and privacy / David Lyon and Elia Zureik, editors. Minneapolis, MN; London: University of Minnesota Press. 1996. 285 p. ISBN 0-8166-2653-7 [With name and subject indexes.]

2. Data protection and freedom of information: workshop on data protection and freedom of information; Budapest, May 22-25, 1997/Editors: Judit Fridli, Gábor Attila Tóth, Veronika Ujvári. Budapest: Hungarian Civil Liberties Union. 1997. 197 p.

3. Ethnic monitoring and data protection: the European context; ed.: Andrea Krizsan, Budapest: CEU Press/INDOK, 2001. 289 p.

4. Legislating privacy: technology, social values, and public policy / Priscilla M. Regan. Chapell Hill; London: The University of North Carolina Press. 1995. 310 p. ISBN 0-8078-2226-4 [Includes bibliographical references and index.]

5. Lying: moral choice in public and private life/Sissela Bok. Second edition. New York, N.Y.: Vintage Books. 1999. 326 p. ISBN 0-375-70528-7

6. Az odaátra nyiló ajtó [The Door Onto the Other Side]; ed.: Laszlo Majtenyi; Budapest: Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Data Protection, 2001. 341 p.

7. Orwell in Athens: a perspective of informatization and democracy / Edited by W.B.H.J. van de Donk, I. Th. M. Snellen and P. W. Tops. Amsterdam: IOS Press. 1995. 289 p. (Informatization developments and the public sector, 3) ISBN 90-5199-219-X [Includes bibliographical references.]

8. Philosophical dimensions of privacy: an anthology / Edited by Ferdinand David Schoeman. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1984. 426 p. ISBN 0-521-27554-7 [Includes bibliographical references and index.]

9. Privacy and freedom / Alan F. Westin. Foreword by Oscar M. Ruebhausen. New York, NY: Atheneum. 1967. 487 p. [Includes bibliographical references and index.]

10. Privacy and social freedom / Ferdinand David Schoeman. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1992. 225 p. (Cambridge studies in philosophy and public policy) ISBN 0-521-41564-0 [Includes bibliographical references and index.]

11. Privacy on the line: the politics of wiretapping and encryption / Whitfield Diffie, Susan Landau. Cambridge, MA; London: The MIT Press. 1999. 346 p. ISBN 0-262-04167-7 [Includes bibliographical references and index.]

12. Protecting privacy in surveillance societies: the Federal Republic of Germany, Sweden, France, Canada, and the United States / David H. Flaherty. Chapel Hill; London: The University of North Carolina Press. 1989. 483 p. ISBN 0-8078-4352-0 [Includes bibliographical references and notes.]

13. Technology and privacy: the new landscape / edited by Philip E. Agre and Marc Rotenberg. Cambridge, MA; London: The MIT Press. 1998. 325 p. ISBN 0-262-01162-X [Includes bibliographical references and index.]

14. The archival image: collected essays / by Eric Ketelaar. Editor: Yvonne Bos-Rops. Hilversum: Verloren. 1997. 125 p. ill. ISBN 90-6550-565-2

15. The electronic eye: the rise of surveillance society / David Lyon. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press. 1994. 270 p. ISBN 0-8166-2515-8 [Includes bibliographical references and index. First published in 1994 by Polity Press in association with Blackwell Publishers.]

16. The politics of privacy / by James Rule, Douglas McAdam, Linda Stearns and David Uglow. New York, NY; London; Scarborough, Ont.: New American Library. 1980. 212 p. (A Mentor book) [Includes appendix, bibliographical references and index.]

17. The torment of secrecy: the background and consequences of American security policies / Edward A. Shils; with an introduction by Daniel P. Moynihan. Chicago, Ill.: Ivan R. Dee, Inc. 1996. 238 p. (Elephant paperbacks) ISBN 1-56663-105-X [Originally published: Glencoe, Ill.: Free Press, 1956.]

18. Visions of privacy: policy choices for the digital age / edited by Colin J. Bennett and Rebecca Grant. Toronto; Buffalo; London: University of Toronto Press. 1999. 288 p. ISBN 0-8020-8050-2 [Includes bibliographical references and index.]

 

International Human Rights Law Institute Collection

 

International law and politics, 7 titles

 

1. Between "alliance" and "localization": nationalism and the new oscillationism / Nathaniel Berman. New York, N. Y.: New York University. 1994. pp. 449-491 [Reprinted from New York University Journal of International Law and Politics, Vol. 26. (Spring 1994), No. 3.]

2. Former Yugoslavia: investigating violations of international humanitarian law and establishing an International Criminal Tribunal / M. Cherif Bassiouni. p. 1191-1211. [Reprinted from Fordham International Law Journal, Vol. 18 (April 1995), No. 4. A version of this article appeared in Security Dialogue, 1994.]

3. Former Yugoslavia: investigating violations of international humanitarian law and establishing an International Criminal Tribunal / M. Cherif Bassiouni. London: SAGE Publications Ltd. 1994. pp. 409-423 [Reprinted from Security Dialogue (ISSN 0967-0106), Vol. 25, No. 4.]

4. Nationalism legal and linguistics: the teachings of European jurisprudence / Nathaniel Berman. New York, N. Y.: New York University. 1993. pp. 1515-1578 [Reprinted from New York University Journal of International Law and Politics, Vol. 24. (Summer 1992), No. 4.]

5. Recognizing forced impregnation as a war crime under international law: a special report of the international program / prepared by Anne Tierney Goldstein; edited by Rachael N. Pine. New York, N. Y.: The Center for Reproductive Law & Policy. 1993. 28 p.

6. Reining in impunity for international crimes and serious violations of fundamental human rights: proceedings of the Siracusa conference 17-21 September 1998 / Christopher C. Joyner, special editor, M. Cherif Bassiouni, general editor. Ramonville St-Agne: Éres. 1998. (Nouvelles Études Pénales)

7. The United Nations Commission of Experts established pursuant to Security Council resolution 780 (1992) / M. Cherif Bassiouni. pp. 784-805. [Reprinted from The American Journal of International Law, Vol. 88 (October 1994), No. 4.]

 

Yugoslav War, 1991-, 14 titles

 

1. American policy in Bosnia: hearing before the Subcommittee on European Affairs of the Committee on Foreign Relations, US Senate, one hundred third Congress, first session, February 18, 1993 / Washington DC: US Government Printing Office. 1993. 97 p. ISBN 0-16-040737-0

2. Croatia between war and independence / authors Dušan Bilandžić et al.; editor Bože Čović. Zagreb: The University of Zagreb; OKC Zagreb. 1991. 91 p.

3. Croatia: hospitals on target: deliberate military destruction of the hospitals in Croatia / Ivan Soldo, Božica Ercegovac Jambrović, Jadranka Radloff. Zagreb: Croatian Information Center. 1992. 73 p. ill. ISBN 0-919817-23-8

4. Illiberal tolerance: an essay on the fall of Yugoslavia and the rise of multiculturalism in the United States / Kenneth Anderson. p. 385-431. [Reprinted from Virginia Journal of International Law, Vol. 33 (Winter 1993), No. 2.]

5. Le journal de Zlata / Zlata Filipović; traduit du serbo-croate par Alain Cappon. Paris: Robert Laffont. 1993. 213 p. ISBN 2-221-07767-9

6. Le Tribunal Penal International pour l'ex-Yougoslavie / par Karine Lescure. Paris: Editions Monchrestien. 1994. 203 p. (Etudes internationales, 6) ISBN 2-706-0588-3

7. Les Bosniaques: hommes, villes, barbelés / Velibor Čolić; récits traduits du serbo-croate par Mireille Robin. Paris: Galilée. 1993. 131 p. ISBN 2-7186-0427-1

8. Love thy neighbor: a story of war / Peter Maass. New York, N. Y.: Alfred A. Knopf. 1996. 305 p. ISBN 0-679-44433-5 [Includes indexes.]

9. Mass killing and genocide in Croatia 1991/92: a book of evidence (based upon the evidence of the Division of Information, the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Croatia) / editors: Ivica Kostović and Miloš Judaš. Zagreb: Hrvatska sveučilišna naklada. 1992. (Croatia in the war: civilian casualties in the war against Croatia 1991/92, 1) [Includes bibliographical references.]

10. Meeting the health needs of women survivors of the Balkan conflict: adoption, abortion and citizenship: legal issues and public health responses in Croatia; plans, needs and recommendations of Croatian organizations / Rachael N. Pine, Julie A. Mertus. New York, N. Y.: The Center for Reproductive Law & Policy. 1993. 58 p. [Includes appendix.]

11. NATO aggression against Yugoslavia: testimony of Dr. Ramsey Clark, U. S. Attorney General in the governments of J. F. Kennedy and L. B. Johnson / prepared by Miloš Aleksić. Belgrade: University of Belgrade, Center for Strategic Studies. 1999. 96 p. ill.

12. Pregled istorije genocida nad muslimanima u Jugoslovenskim zemljama: a survey of the history of genocide against the Muslims in the Yugoslav lands / Mustafa Imamović. 1991. 77 p. [Offprint from "The Herald" of the Supreme Islamic Authorities. 1991, No. 6.]

13. Une justice internationale pour l'ex-Yougoslavie: mode d'emploi du tribunal pénal international de La Haye / Karine Lescure, Florence Trintignac. Pris: L'Harmattan. 1994. 127, 64 p. ISBN 2-7384-3048-1 [Includes appendix.]

14. Why are one thousand and one hundred Bosnian mosques destroyed? By: Mujko Erovic. Palm Bay, FL: Bosnia Justice. 1996. 37 p. ill. [Includes bibliographical notes.]

 

Periodicals

 

The OSA Library holds a significant number of human rights periodicals, including such titles as Index on Censorship, Helsinska povelja, Chronicle of Current Events, Karta, and International Childrens Rights Bulletin.

 

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