Briefing Documents

Briefing documents are prepared by or for the Committee for Human Rights, reflecting the Committee's review of a serious human rights violation affecting a culturally distinctive people, when the case is egregious, extensive and complex. The document briefs the president of the American Anthropological Association who determines what action to take.

Go to Jarawa Case
Go to Brazil Case
Go to Kalahari Game Reserve, Botswana Case
Go to Pehuenche Case, Chile [revised 4/20/98]
Go to Pehuenche Case letters to James D. Wolfensohn (World Bank Group) and Carol F. Lee (IFC) and Wolfensohn's response
Go to Pehuenche Case, Robinson Comment

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