Taking on the World’s Repressive Regimes: The Ford by William Korey (auth.)

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Later, during the early seventies, he was active as a program officer for the foundation in its New York headquarters. But it was his landmark report in August 1975 that produced a huge impact. ”50 Heaps’s Draft Report on Human Rights can be divided into the following four major components: a review of the assault on human rights around the world, an analysis of the international standards of human rights, a survey of international human rights NGOs, and an inquiry into whether and how the Ford Foundation should become directly involved in the human rights struggle.

Indonesia, after a military coup directed against a communist threat, was transformed into the brutal military ascendancy of Suharto, accompanied by the crushing of all liberties along with mass genocidal killings of communists and Chinese. At approximately the same time, in Africa, a major leader in the liberation Chile: A Breakthrough in Foundation Policy 29 movement on the continent, Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana, had transformed his rule into a veritable dictatorship. In Europe, too, at least one former democratic state, Greece, though it was not in the category of developing societies, had been taken over by a military coup led by several colonels.

Embassy went beyond formal inquiry of the Chilean authorities is by no means certain. S. Ambassador to Chile, David 30 Taking on the World's Repressive Regimes/William Korey Popper, was severely chastised by Secretary of State Henry Kissinger when he dared to raise human rights problems with the Pinochet authorities. 19 Recent official documentation disclosures scarcely suggest a vigorous response by the United States to the ruthlessness of the Pinochet dictatorship. S. policy during and after the Pinochet coup was embarrassing.

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