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International Human Rights Law

Universal Human Rights Instruments: Human rights treaties by topic, with links to status and treaty bodies.

Documents of the United Nations Human Rights Treaty Bodies  include core documents, concluding observations, country visits reports, the Universal Periodic Review (peer review), states party reports, and jurisprudence (individual complaint resolution). Reports document human rights abuses and concerns, and the country's steps to implement the human rights treaties, including legislation, caselaw, and agency information.

Special Rapporteurs: Special Procedures of the UN Human Rights Council. Find reports by country and theme.

Inter-American Commission on Human Rights: Cases, thematic rapporteurs, and reports by country and theme.

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