Human Rights Theories
This class is taught in 05-2 by Andrew Heard
POL - 417 Web Resources
Internet Resources for Human Rights Issues
The SFU Library provides many ways support your to research
International Human Rights Agencies
International Human Rights Treaties & DeclarationsUnited Nations - see the complete list or connect to the following examples:
Organization of American States
Organization of African Unity
International Judicial Bodies
Other Human Rights Resource Sites
The ITP Nelson PoliSci.Nelson.Com Political Science resource site has the following pages dedicated to material related to the course work in this class:
Connect to the Internet
Search Site for easy links to a variety of sites for searching the
Yahoo! is the most popular search engine, and provides an enormous index to browse for sites as well.
Ask Jeeves - is the most innovative search site, where you can search by asking plain language questions.
Go Network Express - excellent free software you install on your computer to conduct Internet search through multiple search engines at the same time.
FedWorld Information Network - Search for US Government web sites
Government of Canada Sites - Search for Canadian Government documents
MetaCrawler - allows you to search through several search engines at the same time
United Nations Web Search
- for finding material on the UN Internet sites
General Search Sites For Books, Journals, Newspapers:
Select Databases Available through the SFU Library (Full list):
CPI.Q Canadian periodicals including the Globe & Mail
PAIS: Public Affairs Information Service - index of international academic periodicals on business and the social sciences with emphasis on contemporary social, economic, and political issues and the making and evaluating of public policy.
MICROLOG Index of federal & provincial government documents available on microfiche in the SFU Library.