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Performance & Legitimacy: National Human Rights Institutions

Performance & Legitimacy: National Human Rights Institutions

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"This report examines the degree to which national human rights institutions are successful in carrying out their mandate to promote human rights and protect the rights of citizens. The study looks at how national human rights institutions in different countries and contexts are acquiring legitimacy and a reputation for effectiveness. The research is the outcome of a twentyone-month project that included fieldwork investigation in three countries, and surveys of several other countries, that have established national human rights institutions. It includes a series of conclusions and practical recommendations for the creation and strengthening of national human rights institutions."
"This report examines the degree to which national human rights institutions are successful in carrying out their mandate to promote human rights and protect the rights of citizens. The study looks at how national human rights institutions in different countries and contexts are acquiring legitimacy and a reputation for effectiveness. The research is the outcome of a twentyone-month project that included fieldwork investigation in three countries, and surveys of several other countries, that have established national human rights institutions. It includes a series of conclusions and practical recommendations for the creation and strengthening of national human rights institutions."

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Published by: International Council on Human Rights Policy on Aug 08, 2011
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Performance& Legitimacy:
National humanrights institutions
 
The International Councilon Human Rights Policy
 The International Council on Human Rights Policy was establishedin Geneva in 1998 to conduct applied research into current humanrights issues. Its research is designed to be of practical relevanceto policy-makers, in international and regional organisations, ingovernments and intergovernmental agencies, and in voluntaryorganisations of all kinds. The Council is independent,internationalin its membership, and participatory in its approach. It is registeredas a non-profit foundation under Swiss law. Additional information about the Council may be found at the endof this document.
 
Performance & Legitimacy:
National human rights institutions
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