The transformation of human rights fact-finding
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The transformation of human rights fact-finding / Philip Alston and Sarah Knuckey.
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Fact-finding is at the heart of human rights advocacy, and is often at the centre of international disputes about alleged government abuses. Recently, there has been a huge increase in the number and variety of fact-finding mechanisms established, including by governments, intergovernmental bodies, nongovernmental organizations, and private actors. Human rights fact-finding is often controversial. This work examines this important topic.
|Other authors:||Alston, Philip, (Editor), Knuckey, Sarah, (Editor)|
New York, NY :
Oxford University Press,
Includes bibliographical references and index.
9780190239527 (ebook) :