Information on Human Rights abuses, East Indian community and representation of mixed race in government, Trinidad and Tobago [TTO4100]

For information on the requested subjects, please consult at your regional Documentation Centre the following publications:

-Trinidad and Tobago: Country Profile (IRBDC, 1989);

-Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 1988, (Washington: U.S. Department of State, 1989), pp. 711-717;
-Amnesty Report 1989, (London: Amnesty International, 1989), pp.149-150;
-Europa Year Book 1988, (London: Europa Publications, 1988), pp. 2616-2619;
-Encyclopedia of the Third World, (New York: Facts on File, Inc., 1987), pp. 1971-1985;

For additional information on the human rights situation and situation of East Indians in Trinidad and Tobago, please find attached the following:
-Human Rights Internet Reporter, (Massachusetts: Human Rights Internet), Fall 1987, pp. 140-141;
-World Human Rights Guide, (London: The Economist, 1988), pp. 280-282;
-L'information dans le monde, (Paris: Editions du Seuil, 1989), pp. 573-575;
-The East Indians of Guyana and Trinidad, (London: Minority Rights Group, 1980), pp. 3-4, 11-17.

For recent information on Trinidadian national affairs, including references to participation of East Indians in government and politics in general, please find attached the following:
-Latin American Regional Reports: Caribbean (London, Latin American Newsletters): 25 February 1988; 8 December 1988, pp. 6-7; 30 March 1989, p. 3; 11 May 1989, pp. 6-7; 20 July 1989, p. 3;
-Latin American Weekly Report: 25 February 1988, p. 9; 12 May 1988, p. 8; 2 June 1988, p. 11; 25 August 1988, p. 11.
-"Sugar Sour", in The Economist, 27 February 1988.