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Statement of Essential Human Rights Archive

Full Text: 1923-1987

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Volumes:

G. Hazard's request for information on Rabel. (1986-1987)
Preliminary questions. (1946)
Photocopies of correspondence by and in re: Ernst Rabel. 2 sets of copies. (1946-1947)
Organizations that attended the conference on human rights. Apr. 19, 1946. (1946)
Notes on ALI material on constitutional provisions relating to essential human rights in the various countries of the world (1946)
Miscellaneous, Includes letter to Eleanor Roosevelt. (1946)
Memorandum of the meeting of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights held April 10, 1946. Confidential draft by Judge Joseph M. Proskauer for Shatwell's committee (1946)
Members of enlarged committee on human rights (to date). (1946)
Correspondence with and in re: Ernst Rabel. (1946-1947)
ACLU committee on international civil liberties. Includes meeting minutes. March 25, 1946. (1946)
Suggestion by W.D.L. to be inserted before the first paragraph on page 5 of proof. Jan. 16, 1945. (1945)
'Statement of essential human rights. Drafted by a committee representing principal cultures of the world, appointed by the ALI. Distributed by Americans United for World Organization, Inc. 1945. (1945)
Applications to foundations in re: Ernst Rabel. (1945)
William Roy Vallance, secretary general, Inter-American Bar Association. (1944)
The rights of free men (including draft of report to council). Draft submitted by the special committee. Dec. 24, 1943 to the advisers as amended by them at their meeting, Jan. 8-9, 1944 and by the director following their instruction (1944)
The place of social and economic rights in a statement of essential human rights. By C. Wilfred Jenks. July, 1944 (1944)
Title of draft-preference ballot. Ballots of advisers. (1944)
Statement of Essential Human Rights by Representatives of the Principal Cultures of the World. To the American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, PA. Nov. 18, 1944 (1944)
Some Conditions of a Just and Lasting Peace. United Nations Council of Philadelphia, Jenkintown, PA. March 22, 1944 (1944)
Section of the minutes of the 72nd meeting of the Council re: essential human rights. Feb. 1944. (1944)
Report to the council of the institute and statement of essential human rights by a committee of advisers, representing the principal cultures of the world. Resolutions adopted by the council, Feb. 24, 1944 (1944)
Report to the council of the institute and statement of essential human rights by a committee of advisers representing the principal cultures of the world. Feb. 7, 1944. 3 copies (1944)
Re: council draft. (1944)
Provisions in the current or recent constitutions of the nations of the world stating rights comparable to the rights in the statement of essential human rights submitted by a committee of advisers representing the principal cultures of the world (1944)
Notes for address. Church House, Philadelphia, PA. Feb. 8, 1944. (1944)
Merton Ferson & D. Montford Melchior. Re: public discussion and distribution. (1944)
Memorandum for statement at opening of meeting of advisers, Jan. 8-9, at the American Philosophical Society Building, Jan. 5, 1944 (1944)
Jasper Yeats Brinton. (1944)
Jan. 8-9, 1944. (1944)
General. Re: provenance of the international bill of rights. (1944)
General correspondence. Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1944. (1944)
Foreign constitutions. Applications of provisions. (1944)
Dr. Alfonso Lopez. (1944)
Criticisms and suggestions of advisers on "Rights of free men" for conference. (1944)
Correspondence with and in re: Ernst Rabel. In re: Das Recht Des Warenverkaufs, vol. 1. (1944-1945)
Correspondence re: Rabel's treatise on comparative conflict of laws. (1945)
Committee to promote discussion. Correspondence and other materials. (1944)
Caveat to the inclusion in the Declaration of essential human rights, the articles relating to social rights. By Warren A. Seavey and copy of the director's letter to Mr. Seavey. Feb. 15, 1944 (1944)
Biographies of advisers. (1944)
Applications to foundations in re: Ernst Rabel. (1944-1945)
Applications to foundations in re: Ernst Rabel. (1944-1945)
Applications to foundations in re: Ernst Rabel. (1944)
American Philosophical Society. (1944)
Victor Jelenko. (1943)
Translation into English of the provisions in respect to individual rights in the constitution of the U.S.S.R. April 9, 1943 (1943)
Three conferences on some post war problems. Jan. 17, 24, 31. (1943?)
Third conference of the advisers. June 11-13, 1943. (1943)
The rights of free men (including draft of report to council). Draft submitted by the special committee to the advisers for their consideration on Jan. 8, 9, 1944. Dec. 24, 1943 (1943)
The advantages to be derived from a comparative study of the Bustamante code on private international law and the ALI's restatement 0f the law of conflict of laws. William Draper Lewis speech from the proceedings of the 8th scientific congress (1943)
Suggested preliminary draft of report to council. Nov. 23, 1943. (1943)
Suggested compression of comment to article 16. Political rights. By director. Agenda, item 11. (1943)
Special subcommittee. Dec. 10-12, 1943. (1943)
Special subcommittee. Oct. 15-17, 1943. (1943)
Special subcommittee. Aug. 3-7, 1943. (1943)
Special invitations to bill of rights session at annual meeting. May 12, 1942. (1943)
South American Ambassadors. Materials re: operation of constitutional provisions. (1943)
Short statement of the institute's international bill of rights project. April 19, 1943. (1943)
Second TD of he report of the subcommittee on personal rights, including: freedom of opinion and speech, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly and association, freedom of religion. Noel T. Dowling, et. al. June 7, 1943 (1943)
Second conference of the advisers. March 4-6, 1943. (1943)
Revision of last two paragraphs of page 20. PD, Nov. 23, 1943. (1943)
Results of elimination from articles of all reference to duties of the state. Wm. Draper Lewis. (1943)
Report of Wm. D. Lewis, director to the members on the discussion of the international bill of rights project at the annual meeting, May 12, 1943 (1943)
Report of subcommittee on social rights. C. Wilfred Jenks, reporter, et. al. Feb. 26, 1943. (1943)
Report of sub-committee on procedural rights. Feb. 10, 1943. (1943)
Report of subcommittee on political rights. Karl Loewenstein, reporter, et. al. Feb. 16, 1943. (1943)
Report of sub-committee on personal rights. Freedom of religion. Noel T. Dowling, reporter, et. al. Feb. 25, 1943 (1943)
Procedural rights-three articles. Sept. 28, 1943. (1943)
Preamble. By John Ellingston. (1943)
Paul Weill. (1943-1944)
Original comments on the substance of the article. (1943)
Opinion of Dr. Ernst Rabel on the majority report of the sub-committee on property rights. Feb. 23, 1943 (1943)
Notes in re international bill of rights project for Herbert F. Goodrich by Wm. D. Lewis. Aug. 12, 1943 (1943)
Notes, etc. by Lucie Krassa. (1943)
Notes, drafts, comments. (1943)
Notes, drafts, comments. (1943)
Notes, drafts, comments. (1943)
Newspaper clippings including texts of speeches of Churchill, Roosevelt, Sumner Welles, and Secretary Hull (1943 (This document was not available for digitization))
Miscellaneous drafts. (1943)
Memorandum on the similarities and differences in personal and social rights by the director. July 29, 1943 (1943)
Memoranda on the American's lawyer's idea of a bill of rights by Wm. D. Lewis, director. July 6, 1943 (1943)
Materials in re: bill of rights session at annual meeting. May 12, 1943. (1943)
March-May, 1943. (1943)
Majority report of the subcommittee on property. Ernst Rabel, reporter (dissenting from the report), Noel T. Dowling, Warren A. Seavey. Feb. 19, 1943 (1943)
Letter of transmittal to the members of the special committee of the advisers. Nov. 19, 1943. (1943)
Karl Lowenstein's list of publications since 1933. (1943?)
K.C. Mahindra. (1943-1944)
Introduction to the consideration of property rights. Submitted to the members of the subcommittee on property by Dr. Ernst Rabel. Jan. 18, 1943 (1943)
Introduction to the comment on articles 1-5, the social rights. By C. Wilfred Jenks. Oct. 11, 1943 (1943)
Hon. Charles E. Kenworthy. (1943-1944)
Herbert F. Goodrich. (1943)
General correspondence. Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1943. (1943)
General-C. (1943)
General-B. (1943)
General-A. (1943)
George M. Wunderlich letter. Jan. 12, 1943. (1943)
George M. Barakat. (1943-1944)
Extracts from letter of December 7, 1943 of Noel T. Dowling. (1943)
Elements of a project for the achievement of free competition. By Corwin D. Edwards, with analysis of contents by W.D.L. Aug. 19, 1943 (1943)
Draft of report to council. (1943)
Dr. George M. Wunderlich. (1943-1944)
Director's revised suggested preliminary draft of report to council. Dec. 8, 1943. (1943)
Correspondence by and in re: Ernst Rabel. Includes contract between Rabel and ALI. (1943)
Correspondence between Wm. Draper Lewis and Lucie Krassa. (1943)
Comments on preamble. (1943)
Comments on articles 16, political rights; article 11, education; article 10, property rights; and article 6 (1943)
By Warren A. Seavey and Wm. D. Lewis. (1943)
Bibliographic material which may be useful for the study of an international bill of rights but which has not been in whole or in part duplicated (1943?)
Articles on freedom of expression by John E. Mulder. March 22, 1943. (1943)
Article 16. Political Rights. Karl Loewenstein. Nov. 22, 1943. (1943)
Angelo Piero Sereni. (1943-1945)
A statement by the director. Sept. 25, 1943. (1943)
A preliminary draft of a declaration of fundamental individual rights. Nov. 23, 1943. (1943)
A Just, Endurable Peace. St. Thomas' Church. Jan. 1943. (1943)
A Just and Endurable Peace. Grace Church. Nov. 7, 1943. (1943)
William Sanders. (1942-1944)
Twentieth Century Fund. Correspondence. (1942.44)
The nine freedoms set fourth in the national resources planning board report transmitted to Congress by President Roosevelt, Jan. 14, 1942 (1942)
The individual and international law (protection of the individual against his own state). Memorandum by John B. Whitton, Princeton University, Aug. 12, 1942 (1942)
TD on personal rights by Noel T. Dowling. (1942)
Statement of the project to draft an international bill of rights. April 2, 1942. (1942)
State Department. (1942)
Some general observations on the proposed international bill of rights by Karl Loewenstein. Oct. 25, 1942 (1942)
Social and individual guarantees in the constitutions of Latin America. (1942)
Roland S. Morris. (1942-1944)
Ricardo J. Alfaro. (1942-1944)
Points for discussion by Manley O. Hudson. Nov. 4, 1942. (1942)
Quincy Wright. (1942-1944)
Philip C. Jessup. (1942-1943)
Percey E. Corbett. (1942-1944)
Noel T. Dowling. (1942-1944)
Minutes of and materials for conference. W.D. Lewis, William Sanders and Percy Corbett. Aug. 22, 1942 (1942)
Manuel Canyes. (1942-1944)
Leo Fishman. (1942)
Kenneth Durant, TASS. (1942-1944)
Karl Loewenstein. (1942-1944)
John R. Ellingston. (1942-1944)
John E. Mulder. (1942-1944)
John B. Whitton. (1942)
Institute of International Law. Oct. 12, 1929? Declaration of the international rights of man. (1942)
Hu Shih. (1942-1944)
Hudson, Manley O. Correspondence, The International Law of the Future. (1942,44)
Hon. Maxim Litvinoff. (1942)
Henri Laugier. (1942-1944)
George Wharton Pepper. (1942-1944)
General correspondence. Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1942. (1942)
Fundamental rights of individuals, a draft of an essay; Real securities in roman law; et al. (1942-1944)
First conference of small advisory group. Nov. 5-7, 1942. (1942)
Excerpts from Memorial Day address by Sumner Wells, Under Secretary of State delivered at Arlington National Amphitheater, May 30, 1942 (1942)
Durward V. Sandifer. (1942-1944)
Dr. Ludwik Rajchman. (1942-1944)
Dr. J. Alvarez del Vayo. (1942-1944)
Dr. Gerhart Husserl. (1942-1944)
David Riesman, Jr. (1942-1944)
Correspondence with and in re: Ernst Rabel. (1942)
Correspondence in re: Fundamental rights of individuals, a draft of an essay. Includes essay itself (1942-1944)
Conference concerning legal problems in post-war planning, held in Atlantic City Feb. 28-Mar. 1, 1942, under the auspices of the Division of International Law of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (1942)
Commonwealth Fund. (1942-1944)
Commission to Study the Organization of Peace. Correspondence, discussion draft. (1942,45-46)
Classification of the individual rights provisions in the constitutions of the Western Hemisphere. (1942)
Circular letters to all advisers. (1942-1944)
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. (1942)
C. Wilfred Jenks. (1942-1944)
Bulletin of the Commission to study the organization of peace. Vol.. 2, no. 7, July, 1942. (1942)
An International Bill of Rights. To the American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, PA. April 25, 1942 (1942)
An International Bill of Rights. To Sunday Evening Club, Northeast Harbor, ME. Aug. 9, 1942. (1942)
An International Bill of Rights. To Federal Bar Association, Philadelphia Chapter. Oct. 28, 1942. (1942)
An International Bill of Rights. Radio Address. May 1, 1942. (1942)
American Philosophical Society. (1942-44)
American Bar Association-section on international and comparative law. Correspondence. (1942-43)
A memorandum on the enumeration and clarification of individual rights by Dr. Ricardo J. Alfaro. Oct. 28, 1942 (1942)
Abbreviations of provisions in parallel constitutions. (1942-43)
Warren A. Seavey. (1941-1946)
The four freedoms: from the address of the President of the United States (FDR), delivered before a joint session of the two houses of Congress, Jan. 6, 1941 (1941)
Rockefeller Foundation. (1941-1942)
Miscellaneous statements. (1941-1944)
Miscellaneous personal notes. (1941-1943)
Miscellaneous bibliographic sources. (1941-42)
Memorandum in re project model international bill of rights. Dec. 6, 1941. (1941)
Matter for conference. W.D. Lewis, W.A. Seavey, William Saunders. Oct. 14-15, 1941. (1941)
Lists of advisers, subcommittees, etc. (1941-1942)
George Wharton Pepper speech: "The lawyer's approach to post war problems." (1941)
Declaration of principles known as the Atlantic Charter, by the President of the United States of America and the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Aug. 14, 1941 (1941)
Correspondence with and in re: Ernst Rabel. (1941-1942)
With Rabel and Rheinstein re: European annotations. (1940)
Torts manuscript and correspondence. (1940)
Re: Rabel's European annotations. (1940)
Miscellaneous secondary sources. (1940s)
Correspondence with and in re: Ernst Rabel. Includes index of correspondence and other files. Als (1940-1943)
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Constitution (fundamental law). (194?)
Provisions of the United States constitution protective of individual rights, with explanatory notes (194?)
Preparing an international bill of rights, the German conception. By George M. Wunderlich, New York (194?)
Notes, drafts, comments. (194?)
Essential human rights with drafts of appendices 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. (194?)
Stig Unger, Copenhagen. Re: article in November 1938 issue of the "Svensk Juristtiding" about the ALI (1939)
Declaration of the international rights of man adopted by the Institute of International Law at its session of Oct. 12, 1929 (1929)
Certificate of incorporation of the ALI. (1923)
Translation of drafts into foreign languages. (n.d.)
Translation into English of the provisions in respect to individual rights in the constitution of Uruguay (n.d.)
Translation into English of the provisions in respect to individual rights in the constitution of Mexico (n.d.)
Translation into English of the provisions in respect to individual rights in the constitutions of the Eastern Hemisphere and Bolivia (n.d.)
Translation into English of the provisions in respect to individual rights in the constitutions of Europe and Asia and Commonwealth of the Philippines (n.d.)
Translation into English of the provisions in respect to individual rights in the constitutions of El Salvador, Honduras, Bolivia, Panama, Paraguay, Argentina, Cuba, Equador (n.d.)
Translation into English of the provisions in respect to individual rights in the constitutions of Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Haiti (n.d.)
Translation into English of the provisions in respect to individual rights in the constitutions of Costa Rica, Nicaragua (n.d.)
Translation into English of the provisions in respect to individual rights in the constitutions of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Venezuela, Peru (n.d.)
Resolution of eighth international conference of American states, Dec. 23, 1938. Japanese proposal for the covenant, 1919 (n.d.)
Note: confined to matter in constitutions pertaining to individual rights. By Wm. B. Johnson and others (n.d.)
List of documents in archives. (n.d.)
Key to files. (n.d.)
Explanatory notes for the ALI on the provisions of the Haitian constitution protecting individual rights. By Dr. Clovis Kernisan, jurist in the state department of foreign affairs (n.d.)
English translations of miscellaneous foreign constitutions. (n.d.)
Draft of foreword and miscellaneous notes. (n.d.)
Constitution of Bolivia. (n.d.)