Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights
Minnesota Advocates offers a variety of publications to help researchers, students, human rights practitioners, and the general public gain a better understanding of human rights and the programs of the organization.

Minnesota Advocates' publications cover a range of human rights issues. The materials include books, booklets and fact sheets - some of which are available in Spanish.  Many of these publications are available on this site, while others may be requested by filling out this order form. 

Featured publication: Minnesota

Voices from Silence Cover
Advocates for Human Rights' most recent publication, “Voices from Silence: Personal Accounts of the Long-Term Impact of 9/11,” details the impact of 9/11 on the lives of immigrants, refugees, and religious minorities in Minnesota. This report, due to be released Thursday, February 22, 2007 documents personal stories of fear and discrimination in a post-9/11 environment and contextualizes them with an overview of laws and policies that have affected these communities.

The Observer - Now Online!
Minnesota Advocates newsletter, The Observer,  is an important source of information for activists around the world and locally in Minnesota. It contains summaries of ongoing projects, reports from programs, resources, reviews of publications and information about upcoming events. The Observer is issued three times a year.

Annual Reports
Each year Minnesota Advocates publishes an annual report on its work and its volunteer achievments the world.

2006 Annual Report

2004 Annual Report

2003 Annual Report