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Collection Description & Creator Information
This collection contains pamphlets, flyers, working papers, reports, and periodicals pertaining to human rights in Mexico and Central America during the past thirty years, from 1979 to 2008. Published by government agencies, human rights activist groups, church and municipal agencies, and a wide range of international non-governmental organizations (NGOs), the materials cover subject areas such as political violence and civil war, police brutality, political disappearences, social and indigenous struggles, peace negociations, as well as children's, women's, workers', and immigrants' rights. The collection is arranged by geographical area: first Mexico, then Central America and its respective countries. Within each country, items are alphabetically organized by publishing organization.
Access & Use
- Access Restrictions:
The Latin American ephemera collections are open for research use.
Originals are stored offsite at the ReCAP facility. Microfilm surrogates can be consulted in Microforms Service, Firestone Library (http://firestone.princeton.edu/microforms/).
- Conditions for Reproduction and Use:
Photocopies may be made for research purposes. Researchers are responsible for determining any copyright questions.
- Credit this material:
Metamorfosis; Human Rights in Mexico and Central America, LAE106, Latin American Ephemera Collections, Princeton University Library
- Firestone LibraryOne Washington RoadPrinceton, NJ 08544, USA
- Storage Note:
- review: Box 2