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Human rights monitoring

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    • Human rights--Monitoring
    • Monitoring, Human rights
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    • found: Work cat.: Loudes, C.M.H. Handbook on observations of pride marches, 2006:PDF p. 7 (monitoring human rights violations; monitoring human rights abuses occurring during Pride marches; human rights monitoring) p. 8 (Human rights monitoring is a mechanism used to highlight the violations of a human right standard recognised internationally, in a systematic and factual manner. Human rights monitoring can take different forms: observations of events such as Pride marches or trials, interviews of victims or perpetrators of human rights abuses) p. 9 (Human rights monitoring is usually conducted by a third party who is not the person taking part in the Pride nor the victim of the human rights abuse, is not acting for the state and nor is the human rights abuser)
    • found: Human rights : international protection, monitoring, enforcement, c2003.
    • found: The future of UN human rights treaty monitoring, 2000.
    • found: Human rights in action : monitoring compliance through treaty bodies and special rapporteurs, 1998.
    • found: McIvor, M. Strategies for implementation of a human rights monitoring network in Guatemala, 1997.
    • found: LC database, Sept. 2, 2006(titles: Human rights monitoring; International human rights monitoring mechanisms; The human rights handbook : a practical guide to monitoring human rights; Monitoring human rights in Europe : comparing international procedures and mechanisms; The Monitoring system of human rights treaty obligations; The future of UN human rights treaty monitoring; A workshop report on monitoring and documenting human rights violations; Human rights self-monitoring)
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    • 2006-09-02: new
    • 2006-11-09: revised
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