The Albert Sloman Library
The University of Essex

Paul Sieghart Memorial Archive

This catalogue was prepared with the assistance of a grant from the European Human Rights Foundation, April 1991.

Section I: Human Rights (Boxes 1-37)

A: General

B: Human Rights - By Region

C: Torture

D: The European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms

E: Academic and Scientific Freedom 

F: New Technology and Human Rights 

G: Freedom of Expression 

H: Human Rights and Development 

I: The Rights of the Family and the Child 

J: Human Rights and Christianity 

K: International Labour Law 

L: Armaments, War and Human Rights 

M: Scientology and Human Rights 

N: Paul Sieghart, The Lawful Rights of Mankind, Comments and Reviews 

O: Psychiatry and Human Rights 

P: In Vitro Fertilisation and Embryo Research 

Paul Sieghart, The International Law of Human Rights, Comments and Reviews

Section II: Data ProtectionThe International Law of Human Rights, Comments and Reviews

Section II: Data Protection (Boxes 38-72)

A: General

B: Data Protection Law - Various Countries

C: Council of Europe Reports on Data Protection

D: Transborder Data Flow

E: Privacy

F: Privacy - Medical

G: Computers and Privacy

Section III: Public Order(Boxes 73-80)

A: The Police and Criminal Evidence Act

B: Police Powers and Public Order

C: Terrorism

D: Police Complaints Procedure

E: The Public Order Act 1936

F: The Police Bill 1976

Section IV: Rights and English Law(Boxes 81-94)

A: The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974

B: Reform of the Criminal Law and Criminal Justice System

C: Reform of Civil Procedure

D: Royal Commission on Legal Services

E: No Fault Insurance

Box 1

i) The Philosophy of Human Rights Organisations

Box 2

ii) Human Rights Organisations

a. Justice - British section of International Commission of Jurists

b. HURIDOCS

c. Parliamentary Human Rights Group

d. Amnesty International - British Lawyers Grvg. International Center for the Legal Protection of Human Rights

e. Human Rights Internet

f. Washington Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under the Law

g. International Center for the Legal Protection of Human Rights

h. Miscellaneous Human Rights Organisations

Box 3

iii) Development of Human Rights Standards

a. General

b. Human Rights Standards, Council of Europe

c. Human Rights Standards, United Nations

Box 3a

Case study on Central Pacific Republic

The Tablet 2 October 1982

ICL News spotlight on South Africa, Supplement November 1978, Number 58

Convention and Protocol against discrimination in Education

Human Rights and Economic development [Revised SG 1/9/77

Functions of a clearing house for information about infringements of human rights

The Tablet 4 August 1984

The Tablet 10 January 1987

E/CN.4/1314/Add.1 Question of the human rights of all persons subjected to any form of detention or imrisonment, in particular: (a) Draft Convention on Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Deegrading Treatment or Punishment

Human rights and foreign policy

Minority rights PC9/12/290182

Development and human rights a proposal for a simple study

For a separate anti-discrimination law?

Left out? The indians and the Canadian Consitution, a joint publication of the National Indian Brotherhood of Canada and Survival International [n.d]

Photocopy New Scientist 27 March 1986, p.42 Threats to the enterprise of science

What are human rights? p106-117 photocopy

What are human rights Appendix A p. 87-93

NAture vol. 291, June 25 1981 p. 602 Luddites of two kinds

Institute for a new Chili The Netherlands, Committee of Jurists for Chili, France International Colloquium The right to defense and justice in American State of Exception 27-29 Mai 1983, leaflet. and Rapport final et resolution

A foreign affair, first draft 21.7.80

A foreign affair, some possible lines of enquiry

What are human rights Appendix C p. 137-157, photocopy

Career service a comparative perspective on civil service promotion, F.F. Rdiley, Public Administration vol. 61, Summer 1983, 179-196 offprint

A foreign affair, some possible lines of enquiry

Technical aids for the disabled

Technology for local development

The ethical and social implications of the move from NHS to private health care J.J.H Jan 1982

Council for Science and society - Insitutional factors in the prevention of ill health application for funding

Bill of rights or bill of goos? Free Speech in the workplace, Joel Seligman, The Nation November 27 1976 photocopy

International protection against genocide - Leo Kuper

A new Magna Carta PC9/18/190382

The unification of Europe and Human Rigths Conference from 30th November, 1st and 2nd December 1978, Strasbourg, Human rights and the Lome convention, Marc Lenders

Introduction by Professo Claire Palley WP 86(54)

Seminar on human rights in the United Nations, Geneva, ILO Building 8-10 September 1986, Recommendations and Conclusions of the NGO seminar on human rights in the United Nations 92 copeis)

II Slavery, servitude and forced labour: including provision for the slave trade, and the traffic in persons p. 13-41

THe protection of labour in internationa law, p. 1-12

A foreign affair second draft 19.8.80

The science textbook controversies by Dorothy Nelkin, Scientific Amercian April 1976 vol. 234, no.4 p.33-39 photocopy

Intergovernmental bureau for informatics, Considerations pour l'etude du droit informatique

The right to strike

The role of forensic sciences in the documentation of human rights abuses, arranged by Christian Orrego Sun 27 May

Council for Science and Society, A British committee for scholarly freedom and responsibility

Photocopies of press cuttings

World guide to human rights 2n edition review?

Europaische Grundrechte Zeitschrift 22. Feb 1989

The constitutional court of Austria by Dr, Rudlof Machacek

The rational of Wildlife conservation

Documents on the role of the churchn and human rights

B: Human Rights - By Region

Box 4

i) Africa

General

Algeria

Gambia

Ghana

Libya

Malawi

Morocco

Nigeria

Senegal

South Africa and Namibia

Sudan

Swaziland

Tunisia

Uganda

ii) Americas

a. U.S.A.

b. Latin America

General

Argentina

Bolivia

Chile

Costa Rica

Cuba

El Salvador

Guatemala

Jamaica

Mexico

Paraguay

Suriname

Uruguay

Boxes 5-8

iii) Asia

a. Sri Lanka

1. Human Rights Abuses (1980-1989)

2. Sri Lankan Constitution

Box 9

b. Other Asian Countries

Bangladesh

Burma

Cambodia

Hong Kong

India

Indonesia

Malaysia

Pakistan

Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Vietnam

Box 10

iv) Soviet Union

a. General

b. Sakharov Hearings

v) Middle East

Iran

Israel

Syria

Box 11

vi) Europe

Austria

Belgium

Czechoslovakia

Finland

Italy

Netherlands

Portugal

Switzerland 

Boxes 12-17

United Kingdom

a. General

b. Death Penalty

c. Housing Rights

d. Northern Ireland (The General Situation)

e. Human Rights Violation in Northern Ireland

f. The Judicial System in Northern Ireland

g. Defending Human Rights in Northern Ireland

h. Immigration:

1. The Immigration Act 1971

2. The British Nationality Act 1981

3. Charter 87 and asylum

i) A Bill of Rights for the United Kingdom

C: Torture

Box 18

i) General

ii) Organisations Against Torture

a. Swiss Committee Against Torture

b. British Council of Churches

c. Amnesty International

iii) International Standards Against Torture

iv) Medicine and Torture

v) The Death Penalty

D: The European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms

Box 19

i) The Convention

ii) Status in Various Countries

Finland

Germany

Netherlands

Norway

Sweden

Switzerland

United Kingdom

E: Academic and Scientific Freedom

Boxes 20 & 21

i) General

Box 22

ii) Science and Ethics

Box 23

iii) Draft of Paul Sieghart: The World of Science and the Rule of Law

iv) The Council of Europe Reports on Scientific Freedom

F: New Technology and Human Rights

Box 24

i) General

ii) Knowledge Based Systems

iii) Defence Technology

iv) Technology and Employment

G: Freedom of Expression

Box 25

i) Towards the Right to Communicate

ii) UNESCO Papers

H: Human Rights and Development

Box 26

i) The Right to Development

ii) Development Issues and Human Rights

I: The Rights of the Family and the Child

Box 27

i) The Rights of the Family

ii) The Rights of the Family to Live in Dignity

iii) The Rights of the Child

J: Human Rights and Christianity

Box 28

i) Theological Foundations of Human Rights

ii) Human Rights and the Dignity of Man

iii) The Morality of Strikes

K: International Labour Law

Box 29

i) General

ii) Human Rights Standards and Industrial Relations, United Kingdom

L: Armaments, War and Human Rights

Boxes 30 & 31

i) General

ii) Groupe de Bellerive

iii) Helsinki Agreement 1975

M: Scientology and Human Rights

Box 32

N: Paul Sieghart, The Lawful Rights of Mankind, Comments and Reviews

Box 33

O: Psychiatry and Human Rights

Box 34

i) Compulsory Treatment

ii) The Mental Health Bill 1981

Box 35

iii) Behaviour Control

P: In Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Research

Box 36

i) In Vitro Fertilisation

ii) Embryo Research

iii) Genetic Engineering

Q: Paul Sieghart, The International Law of Human Rights, Comments and Reviews

Box 37

Section II: Data Protection

A: Data Protection: General

Box 38

i) Towards the Right to Access

ii) Reform of the Information Law

iii) The Movement of Information Technology

Boxes 39 & 40

iv) Computers and Privacy Law

Box 41

v) The Protection of Data

Box 42

vi) The Case for Improved Data Protection Legislation

vii) Expert Systems

B: Data Protection Law - Various Countries

Box 43

i) Comparative Analysis

Box 44

ii) By country:

Australia

Austria

Canada

Denmark

France

Germany

New Zealand

Norway

Sweden

United Kingdom

Boxes 45-48

a. The Data Protection Act 1984

Boxes 49-53

b. The Data Protection Committee

Box 54

c. The Interception of Communications Bill 1985

Box 55

United States of America

C: Council of Europe Reports on Data Protection

Box 56

i) Data Protection

ii) Data Processing

Box 57

iii) Professional Secrecy

Box 58

iv) Protection of Secrecy

v) Administrative Secrecy

vi) Commercial Secrecy

vii) Information and Freedom

D: Transborder Data Flow

Box 59

i) Towards Regulation of Transborder Data Flow

Box 60

ii) International Implications of the Development of Micro-Electronics

iii) Problems of Data Protection in Transborder Data Flows

iv) Transborder Data Flows and the Right to Communication

v) Transborder Data Flow and the Protection of Privacy

E: Privacy

Box 61

i) The Right to Privacy

Box 62

ii) The Justice Report on the Right to Privacy

Box 63

iii) Privacy Law - Surveys of Different Legal Systems

Box 64

iv) Privacy Committee, Australia, 1979-1981

v) Journalistic Intrusions

vi) Private Security Industry

F: Privacy - Medical

Box 65

i) Protecting Medical Confidentiality

Box 66

ii) The Control of Medical Data

Box 67

iii) Subject Access to Medical Data

iv) A Draft Code on Confidentiality for the National Health Service

Box 68

v) Confidentiality and Contraception for Minors

vi) Confidentiality on Research and Screening Data (including HIV)

G: Computers and Privacy

Boxes 69 & 70

i) Draft of the 'Computers and Privacy' White Paper 1975

Box 71

ii) Paul Sieghart, Privacy and Computers, comments and reviews

iii) Technological Improvement and Social Consequences

Box 72

iv) The Privacy Bill 1970

v) Access to Official Information

vi) Police Computers and Social Control

Section III: Public Order

A: The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984

Boxes 73-75

B: Police Powers and Public Order

Box 76

C: Terrorism

Box 77

i) The Dilemma of the 'Liberal State'

Box 78

ii) Legal Responses to Terrorism

D: Police Complaints Procedure

E: The Public Order Act 1936

Box 79

F: The Police Bill 1976

Box 80

Section IV: Rights and English Law

A: The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974

Boxes 81-83

B: Reform of the Criminal Law and Criminal Justice System

Box 84

i) Criminal Law Reform - General

Box 85

ii) Problems with Sentencing Procedure

Box 86

iii) Miscarriages of Justice

Box 87

iv) Reform of the Prosecution Procedure

Box 88

v) The Case for a Department of Justice

vi) The Case for a Public Defender

vii) Criminal Law Reform and Human Rights

Box 89

viii) Preliminary Investigations of Criminal Offences

ix) The Problem of Sexual Offences

Box 90

x) Prisoners' Rights

C: Reform of Civil Procedure

Box 91

i) 'Justice', 'Going to Law'. Inquiry into Civil Procedure 1973

ii) Civil Justice Review

Box 92

iii) Inquiry into Personal Injuries Litigation 1986

iv) 'Justice' Report. 'Breaking the Rules' 1986

v) Legal Aid

D: Royal Commission on Legal Services

Box 93

E: No Fault Insurance

Box 94

Television and Violence

Box 95

Assorted documents on television and violence