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Handbook on Fact-finding and Documentation of Human Rights Violations

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Published by Asian Forum for Human Rights & Development .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsD.J. Ravindran (Editor), Manuel Guzman (Editor), Babes Ignacio (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages140
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13157307M
ISBN 109719143606
ISBN 109789719143604
OCLC/WorldCa34085784

This manual is a product of the Network for Human Rights Documentation – Burma (ND-Burma), a collaborative group of 12 member organizations documenting human rights violations committed in Burma. ND-Burma is developing a human rights database that will serve to centralize information collected by Burma human rights groups through interviews. Mar 06,  · {mosimage}This manual is prepared with a view to helping human rights organizations conduct training programmes on fact-finding and documentation of human rights violations. The manual’s main purpose is to provide a training outline for teaching the contents of the Handbook on Fact-Finding and Documentation of Human Rights Violations.

The concept of a human rights baraza is a good example of such innovation that has enabled us to reach out to the rights holders even up to the village level through a cost- effective but hugely beneficial strategy. In this handbook on human rights baraza, therefore, we have documented some best practices. rights violations, that is, to seek information on human rights, to study, discuss and hold opinions on the observance of all human rights, as well as the right to publish and draw publicAuthor: Agnes Callamard.

For librarians and documentation workers working in human rights organisations and institutes in Europe, there is the annual meeting of the European Coordination Committee on Human Rights Documentation. The meeting consists of presentations of new tools and . THE. TORTURE REPORTING. HANDBOOK. How to document and respond to allegations of torture within the international system for the protection of human rights. First edition: Camille Giffard. Second edition revised and updated: Polona Tepina. 2nd edition. Human Rights Centre, University of Essex.


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This Handbook provides practical suggestions to enable local human rights organisations engaged in fact-finding and documentation of human rights violations to systematise their work.

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for serious human rights violations. The purpose of this Handbook is to provide guidelines and best practices for the collection and management of information on serious human rights situations for those that are not professionally trained in such documentation practices.

While the. The final chapter Re-Conceptualising Human Rights Duty-Bearers by Wouter Vandenhole, Gamze Erdem Türkelli and Rachel Hammonds challenges all of those interested in human rights, including, presumably, the readers of this Handbook, to move away from the state-centric and territorially-limited basis of human rights, which has been dominant for.

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This important online dialogue featured Documenting Violations: Choosing the Right Approach from January 27 to February 2, This dialogue featured practitioners that have developed database systems to document human rights violations, organizations on the ground documenting violations, and those that are training practitioners on how to choose the right approach and system for their.

The following is a short list of resources–both printed materials and organizations (largely working internationally)–which trainers and others might find useful as a starting point for those seeking further information on the subjects addressed in the modules of Part I. eds. Handbook on Fact-Finding and Documentation of Human Rights.

Getting the Facts Down: Documenting Human Rights Violations; Training of Fact-Finding and Documentation of Human Rights Violations – A Trainers Manual; Training of Fact-Finding and Documentation of Human Rights Violations – A Trainers Manual.

Ramcharan, Bertie G., International Law and Fact-Finding in the Field of Human Rights (). Rasmussen, et al., “The Medical Component of Fact-Finding Missions”, in Danish Medical Bulletin ().

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human rights situation in a particular country or context. 2 Human rights documentation is the systematic collection and analysis of information for the purpose of improving human rights protection.

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