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Human Rights

This s general research guide related to Human Rights.

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Welcome to the GCC Human Rights Guide!  It is divided into several main parts, which can be found through the left:

  • Getting Started -- This tab is meant to help you identify starting points for research into your topic.  This includes background information resources along with sources and hints to help you begin.
  • Find Books -- This tab will provide information on finding topical books available either at the GCC Library, online, or through another MCCCD library.
  • Find Articles -- This tab will provide information to help you find online articles, journals, magazines, and newspapers on your topic.
  • Find Video -- This tab will provide information to help you find you find either DVDs or streaming video sources on your topic.
  • Human Rights Documents -- This tab explores many of the foundational documents of the human rights movement.
  • Human Rights Organizations -- There are many different organizations that fight for human rights both in the United States and around the world.  This tab shows some of these organizations.
  • Human Rights Topics -- This tab showcases resources and information on different human rights topics.
  • Citation Help -- This tab helps you to cite your sources.

 

Eleanor Roosevelt with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

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