Vol. 44 Nbr. 3, September 2007
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- Racism and racial discrimination.
- Looking beyond Durban: the significance of racial discrimination on the international human rights agenda.
- The long road to Durban: the United Nations role in fighting racism and racial discrimination.
- The trans-atlantic slave trade and slavery: the psyhic inheritance.
- The struggle against apartheid: lessons for today's world.
- Eliminating racial discrimination: the challenges of prevention and enforcement of prohibition.
- The ideology of racism: misusing science to justify racial discrimination.
- Asylum today: tougher policies, tumbling numbers, intolerance in between.
- In the wake of xenophobia: the new racism in Europe.
- Combating racism and racial discrimination in Europe.
- State-led efforts in eliminating racial discrimination: the experience in Spain.
- Between past failure and future promise: racial discrimination and the education system.
- Racism in football--Football Against Racism: the fare experience.
- Looking forward to the future: Europe's societies are undergoing change.
- Equal opportunity in education: eliminating discrimination against Roma.
- The Decade of Roma Inclusion: addressing racial discrimination through development.
- Poverty and human rights: reflections on racism and discrimination.
- Race and poverty in Latin America: addressing the development needs of African descendants.
- Racial discrimination and miscegenation.
- Discrimination against indigenous peoples: the Latin American context.
- Discrimination of aboriginals on native lands in Canada: a comprehensive crisis.
- The new untouchables: crime, punishment and race in America.
- Racial discrimination and the legal system: the recent lessons of Louisiana.
- Double standards of justice: the case of Gernarlow Wilson.
- Confronting the legacy of slavery and the slave trade: Brown University investigates its painful past.
- A new way of dealing with the past: the young generation in Germany sheds its anxiety of xenophobia.
- Bridging the racial divide: Model United Nations South Africa.