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We have at JUST’s office in Petaling Jaya a modest library that houses resources and materials. JUST members as well as members of the public are welcome to use the library for their own research.

You can spend pleasurable and useful time searching for information about the most critical issues of our times, reading books, magazine articles, or watching CD-ROMS and VCDs. If you are a JUST member you can also borrow some of the items.

Resources and Materials

In our library, you will find about 2000 books dealing with law, politics, human rights, media, religion, various current global issues, and themes connected to inter-civilization dialogue.

The magazine section includes conference papers and periodicals. There are about 20 current magazines / journals sent to us free of charge. Some are in exchange for our Commentary.

Apart from books and magazines, the library has various articles from magazines, newspapers and other sources. It also has a small number of video tapes, CD-ROMs as well as VCDs.

Here’s a sampling of our resources arranged according to topic:

Human Rights

•Human Rights and the New World Order, Chandra Muzaffar, JUST, Penang, 1993.

•Human Rights of Women, Janusz Symonides and Vladmimir Volodin (eds.), UNESCO, Paris, 1999.

•September 11 & Political Freedom: Asian Perspectives, Uwe Johannen, Alan Smith, James Gomez (eds.), Select Publishing, Singapore, 2003.

•People Before Profits: The Rights of Malaysian Communities in Development, Kua Kia Soong (ed.), SIRD/Suaram, Kuala Lumpur, 2001.

•Journalism, Media and the Challenge of Human Rights Reporting, International Council on Human Rights Policy, Versoix, 2002.

•International Human Rights in context: Law, Politics, Morals, Henry J. Steiner & Philip Alston (eds.), Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1996.

•Human Promotion and Human Rights in the Third Millennium, Office for Human Development, Manila, 2000.

•Minority Women Rise Up, IMADR, Japan, 2009

•Developing a Human Security Index for the Philippines: an Exploratory Study in Selected Conflict Areas , Maria Ela L. Atienza ( ed.), University of the Philippines and UNDP, Philippines, 2010.

•European Court of Human Rights Under the Light of Leyla Sahin Decision , Fatma Benli, AKDER, Istanbul, 2010

•SUHAKAM 2010 Human Rights Report.

•The Human Rights Tradition in Islam, Muddathir ‘Abd Al-Rahim, Praeger, Westport, 2005.

Religion, Spirituality, Dialogue

•Gender Issue: An Islamic Approach, Md. Mahmudul Hasan (ed.), The Pioneer, Dhaka, 1999.

•The Testament of Truth and the Last Prophecy, Terence de Malaherre, Kamani Publishing, Tasmania, 1994.

•Living Values: A Guide Book, Carol Gill-Kozul (ed.), Brahma Kumaris World Spritual University Global Co-operation House, London, 1995.

•Religion and Culture in Asia Pacific: Violence or Healing? Joseph A. Camilleri (ed.), Vista Publications, Victoria, 2001.

•Prayers for a Thousand Years, Elizabeth Roberts & Elias Amidon (eds.), HarperSanFransisco, New York, 1999.

•God-Centered Economics: Proceedings of the 1st National Conference on Pamathalaan, Teresita B. Obusan (ed.), Mamamathala, Inc., 1997.

•Towards a Spiritual and Moral Framework for Peace and Development in Mindanao, Proceedings of a Roundtable Discussion, Mamamathala Inc., 1995.

•Rights, Religion, and Reform: Enhancing Human Dignity through Spiritual and Moral Transformation, Chandra Muzaffar, RoutledgeCurzon, London, 2002.

•Path to Liang Zhi: Seeking an Eternal Philosophy, Katsuhiko Yazaki, Future Generations, Kyoto, 1994.

•Faith Encounters in Social Action IV: Our Common Way Forward, Archdiocesan Pastoral Center, Kuala Lumpur, 2001.

•Sowing the Seeds of Love, Master Hsin Tao, Museum of World Religions Foundation, 1999.

•The Eternal Message of Muhammad, Abd-al-Rahman Azzam, Quartet, London, 1979.

•Muslim and Christian Cultures: In Search of Commonalities, Florangel Rosario-Braid (ed.), Asian Institute of Journalism and Communication & UNESCO National Commission of the Philippines, San Juan, 2002.

•Ethnic Identity & Consciousness in Sabah, Thu En Yu, Sabah Theological Seminary, Sabah, 2010.

•Global Civilization A Buddhist –Islamic Dialogue , Daisaku Ikeda & Majid Tehranian , British academic Press, New York, 2003.

•The Easternization of the West Europe meets Asia, Nordin Hussin(ed.), IKON Publications, Kuala Lumpur, 2006.

•A Common Word Text & Reflections, Lejla Demiri (ed.)Fajr Symphony, Malaysia, 2012

•Environmental Wisdom for Planet Earth The Islamic Heritage , Osman Bakar, Centre for Civilizational Dialogue , UM, Kuala Lumpur, 2007.

•Land Struggles, Defending the Commons, Territories and the Right to Food and Water.

•Peace of mind and Compassion in the Society, Venerable Pomnyun Snim, Jungto Society, Seoul, 2002,

•Confluences and Challenges in Building the Asian Community in the Early 21st Century, The Nippon Foundation Fellowships for Asian Public Intellectuals, Japan, 2009

Peace /Conflict

•Israel’s Interrogation of Palestinians from the Occupied Territories, Human Rights Watch/Middle East, 1994.

•War Dance of the Superpowers: The US-led War on Iraq, A. Rahim Abdul Karim, Thaj, Penang 1991.

•Terrorism and National Liberation, Hans Kochler (ed.), Verlag Peter Lang, Frankfurt, 1988.

•Landmines: A Deadly Legacy, Arms Project ? Human Rights Watch ? Physicians for Human Rights, 1993.

•Soft Target, Zuhair Kashmeri and Brian McAndrew, James Lorimer & Co., Toronto, 1989.

•Directory of Organizations for Conflict Prevention in Asia and the Pacific, The Japan Center for Preventive Diplomacy & The Japan Institute of International Affairs, 2001.

•Abolition 2000: Handbook for a World Without Nuclear Weapons, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, Cambridge, 1995.

•The Fire This Time: US War Crimes in the Gulf, Ramsey Clark, Thunder’s Mouth Press, New York, 1992.

•Arms Watch, Edward J. Laurance, Siemon T. Wezeman, Herbert Wulf (eds.), SIPRI, Oxford, 1993.

•Russian Weapons Plutonium and the Western Option, Nuclear Disarmament Forum, Zug, 2002.

•The United States’ Virtual Colonialism, Saied Reza Ameli, Islamic World Peace Forum , Tehran, 2011.

•Forum: War Money and Survival , War and Accountability , War and Water, ICRC, Geneva.

•Conflict, Religion and Culture, Luca Anceschi, Joseph Camilleri and Benjamin Tolosa Jr., Ateneo de Manila University Press, Manila, 2009.

United Nations

•The State of the World’s Refugees, UNHCR, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1997.

•Renewing the United Nations System, Erskine Childers and Brian Urquhart, Dag Hammerskjold Foundation, Uppsala, 1994.

•Human Rights in Population Policies, Katarina Tomasevski, Swedish International Development Authority, 1994.

•With No Peace to Keep: United Nations and the War in the Former Yugoslavia, Ben Cohen and George Stamkoski (eds.), Grainpress Ltd., London, 1995.

•Why UN Plans for World Government Must be Stopped, Various Editors, EIR Special Report, Washington DC, 1993.

•The United Nations and the Iraq-Kuwait Conflict:1990-1996, Department of Public Information, United Nations, New York, 1996.

•United to Combat Racism: Selected Articles and Standard Setting Instruments, UNESCO and Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Place de Fontenoy, 2001.

•UNESCO and Human Right, Janusz Symonides and Vladimir Volodin (eds.), Place de Fontenoy, 1991.

•Mapping Media Education Policies in the World, United Nations, Alliance of Civilizations, UNESCO, EC , Grupo Communicar; United Nations& alliance of Civilizations, New York, 2009.

•Proceedings International Conference on Environment, Peace and Dialogue Among Civilisations and Cultures Tehran ,2005. DOE, UNEP,UNESCO, UNU; Tehran , 2005.

•Children and Youth in the Digital Media Culture Ulla Carlsson (ed.), International Clearing House on Children, Youth and Media, Gothenburg, 2010.

Malaysian Studies

•Reflections on the Malaysian Constitution, Aliran, Penang, 1987.

•Freedom in Fetters: An Analysis of the State of Democracy in Malaysia, Chandra Muzaffar, Aliran, Penang, 1986.

•Quest for Excellence, Hamiza Ibrahim and Hasnan Hakim (eds.), IKIM, Kuala Lumpur, 1994.

•The Malaysian Experience of Affirmative Action: Lessons for South Africa, Ian Emsley, Human & Rousseau Tafelberg, Capetown, 1996.

•Nation on Trial, Aliran, Penang, 1988.

•Issues of the Mahathir Years, Aliran, Penang, 1988.

•Azmi Khalid: Human Rights Advocate – A Tribute, Chandra Muzaffar (ed.), Bakti Ehsanmurni, Petaling Jaya, 2002.

•Protector, Chandra Muzaffar, Aliran, Penang, 1992.

•Keadilan Sosial, Azizan Bahari and Chandra Muzaffar (eds.), Institute Kajian Dasar, Kuala Lumpur, 1996.

•Money Politics in the Barisan Nasional, Edmund Terence Gomez, Forum, Kuala Lumpur, 1991.

•Malaysian Human Rights Report, Suaram Komunikasi, Kuala Lumpur, 1998.

•Challenges and Choices in Malaysian Politics and Society, Chandra Muzaffar, Aliran, Penang, 1989.

•National Integrity System Malaysia , UNDP & Institute of Integrity Malaysia (IIM),Kuala Lumpur, 2007.

•The Chinese Dilemma, Ye Lin-Sheng, East West Publishing, Australia, 2003.

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