4 edition of The Federal civil rights enforcement effort--a reassessment found in the catalog.
The Federal civil rights enforcement effort--a reassessment
United States Commission on Civil Rights.
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||JC599.U5 U5 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 124 p.|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||73603247|
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The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights is the only independent, bipartisan agency charged with advising the President and Congress on civil rights and reporting annually on federal civil rights enforcement.
Our 51 state Advisory Committees offer a broad perspective on civil rights. United States Commission on Civil Rights. Federal civil rights enforcement effort. [Washington] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States Commission on Civil Rights.
OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. Description: xvii, pages 26 cm. For most cases involving civil rights violations and discrimination, one of your options is to file a complaint with the government at the federal or state level, and allow a government agency to take steps to enforce your civil a complaint will usually trigger an investigation into your claims by the agency, and depending on the specifics of your case, the government may take.
With this summary, employees, managers, union representatives, and others will have an overview of both the agency's and employees' rights in a reassignment situation.
The appropriate human resource office (HRO) in the agency can provide additional information on specific questions relating to reassignment policies, options, and entitlements.
"THE FEDERAL CIVIL. RIGHTS ENFORCEMENT EFFORTA. REASSESSMENT" More than two years agd this Commission issued the. first in a series of reports evaluating the structure and mechanisms of the Federal civil rights enforcement.
effort. We undertook these studies because while there. was an impressiveatray of Federal civil rights laws. civil rights 21 criminal justice 44 economic development 59 education 83 environmental affairs health housing international affairs/immigration labor and industry legislative and political affairs media and communications memorials military and veterans’ affairs religious affairs voting federal programs and activities, involving 25 different agencies and 1,50 billion annually.
VI UNITED STATES COI ISSION ON CIVIL RIGHTS, THE FEDRA L CIVIL RIGHTS ENFORCEMIENT EFFoRT, at () [hereinafter cited without cross-reference as VI CoMMIssION REPORT].
African-Americans Above property rights. Clearinghouse Publication no. United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. December. Commission staff also talked to Federal civil rights officials in. regional'and district offices. Agency representatives were interlifewed.
in Boston, Dallas, New Orleads, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Chicago. All of the agencies dealt With at length in our January report, The Federal Civil Righis Enforcement Effort--A Reassessment, were.
“The Federal civil rights enforcement program is beset with problems that are often directly attributable to and exacerhated by the absence of leadership from policymaking officials,” it said.
Also after Little Rock, many black leaders insisted on meeting with the president for a serious political discussion on the issues of civil rights that the book documents well, leading up to the Civil Rights Act of In the pursuit of this new civil rights legislation Eisenhower that went further than the one proposed by s: