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Cool Sites : Human Rights in Japan

Wednesday, October 13, 2004 Posted: 10:20 AM JST

Solidarity Network Migrants Japan
Solidarity Network with Migrants Japan (SNMJ) aims to create a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural with migrant workers and citizens of foreign nationalities. (ENG JPN KOR TAG)

Arudou Debito
Information for people concerned with social issues who want to improve life in Japan. (ENG)

United for a Multicultural Japan
Promotes the welfare and legal rights of non-Japanese with Japanese spouses, and other long-term or permanent residents of Japan. (ENG)

Discriminatory Practices in Japan
Short paper by John de Boer (Research Associate, GLOCOM; Japan Fellow, Stanford University) on discriminatory practices in Japan. (ENG)

Owed Justice
Very detailed report on Thai women trafficked into debt bondage in Japan written by Kinsey Dinan, researcher with the Women's Rights and Asia Divisions of Human Rights Watch. Recommended. (ENG)

Human Trafficking Japan
Laws, action plans and contact information on useful governmental agencies and NGO activities in Japan in regards to human trafficking. (ENG)

Human Rights Watch : Japan
Japan page of Human Rights Watch. (ENG)

Find more sites related to Japan at Japan Links.

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