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The International Council on Human Rights Policy was established in Geneva in1998 to conduct applied research into current human rights issues. Its researchis designed to be o practical relevance to policy-makers in international andregional organisations, in governments and inter-governmental agencies, andin voluntary organisations o all kinds. The Council is independent, internationalin its membership, and participatory in its approach. It is registered as a non-prot oundation under Swiss law.
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The International Council added climate change to its research programmein 2007. In addition to this report, which maps the links between human rightsand climate change, the Council will prepare a second project in 2008-09 thatwill examine one issue in more depth. (As this report went to press, humanrights questions associated with transer o technology was the most likelytheme.) In addition, the Council is editing a book o articles on climate changeand human rights that will be published by Cambridge University Press in2009. For more inormation about these pieces o work, please contact theInternational Council or Stephen Humphreys, the Research Director responsible(at firstname.lastname@example.org).
© The Trustees o the BritishMuseum. Suzuki Shuitsu,Enjoying the Evening Coolby the Dry Riverbed at Shij.A hanging scroll painting.Japan. Late Edo period,early 19th century AD.