HIV and Drug Testing of Non-Ethnic Korean Foreign Teachers in South Korea Found Violative of Convention to Eliminate Racial Discrimination

Mark E. Wojcik

The International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (CERD), a United Nations convention, was opened for signature in 1965 and entered into force in 1969. As of January 2017, the treaty has 177 State Parties, including the United States, which signed the treaty in 1966 and finally became a party in 1994.

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