Reform of the UN human rights petitions system: an assessment of the UN human rights communications procedures and proposals for a single integrated system

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Limon, M., Dominguez-Redondo, E., Power, H., Stahl-Zulu, I. and Munoz Tord, N. 2017. Reform of the UN human rights petitions system: an assessment of the UN human rights communications procedures and proposals for a single integrated system. Universal Rights Group.
TypeProject report
TitleReform of the UN human rights petitions system: an assessment of the UN human rights communications procedures and proposals for a single integrated system
AuthorsLimon, M., Dominguez-Redondo, E., Power, H., Stahl-Zulu, I. and Munoz Tord, N.
Abstract

The report analyses the historical underpinnings of the UN human rights petitions system (comprised of the Special Procedures communications, Treaty Body communications, and the Human Rights Council’s Confidential Complaint Procedure); assesses the visibility, accessibility, responsiveness, and effectiveness of the current system; and makes recommendations for strengthening this vital protection tool in the future
Authors:
Marc Limon, Universal Rights Group
Other Contributors:
Elvira Dominguez-Redondo, University of Middlesex
Hilary Power, formerly with the Universal Rights Group
Ingela Stahl-Zulu, independent consultant
Nathalie Munoz Tord, Universal Rights Group

Research GroupLaw and Politics
LanguageEnglish
PublisherUniversal Rights Group
Publication dates
Print2017
Publication process dates
Deposited09 Nov 2018
Accepted2017
Output statusPublished
Web address (URL)http://www.universal-rights.org/urg-policy-reports/reform-un-human-rights-petitions-system-assessment-un-human-rights-communications-procedures-proposals-single-integrated-system/
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