Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Tools to Monitor Human Rights

This is a follow-up to the July 20, 2006 post about the Geneva-based Human Rights Information and Documentation Systems (HURIDOCS).

I found out today about a site called Human Rights Tools (referred to by the Law Librarian Blog).

Human Rights Tools was set up by former workers of the International Committee of the Red Cross, one of whom is now employed as a training officer with HURIDOCS.

The site is aimed at professionals monitoring human rights and offers resources and training manuals for investigating political, social and humanitarian conditions in countries, documenting the human rights situation, using international law, planning, finding jobs and training opportunities in the human rights field, etc.

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 6:43 pm

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