Monitoring/Documents de formation
Araldsen, Hege and Øyvind W. Thiis, Manual on Human Rights Monitoring (Norwegian Institute of Human Rights, 1997).
Goodwin-Gill, Guy, International Law of Disasters and Armed Conflict (Department of Humanitarian Affairs, 1996).
International Human Rights Internship Program, Exchanging Human Rights Experience: A Handbook for Practical Training (1994).
Lester B. Pearson Canadian International Peacekeeping Training Centre, Human Rights Case Studies (1996).
National Coalition for Haitian Rights, Training for Haitian Human Rights Monitors (1996).
Peace Corps, Volunteer Handbook (1992).
Storti, Craig, A Few Minor Adjustments: a Handbook for Volunteers (1992).
Storti, Craig, On the Home Front: A Handbook for the Families of Volunteers (1994).
Swennenhuis, Raymond, Handbook for Helsinki Committees, A Guide in Monitoring and Promoting Human Rights, and NGO Management (1995).
United Nations, AIDS and HIV Infection: Information for United Nations Employees and Their Families (1995).
United Nations, Human Rights and Law Enforcement, a Manual on Human Training for the Police (High Commissioner for Human Rights/Centre for Human Rights, Professional Training Series No. 5, 1997).
United Nations, Role of the Police in a Democratic Society (1996).
United Nations Department of Peace-keeping Operations, United Nations Stress Management Booklet (1995).
United Nations Department of Peace-Keeping Operations/Office of Planning & Support/Training Unit, Peace-keeping Handbook for Junior Ranks (1994).
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Field Guide for International Police Task Force Monitors of the Peace Implementation Operation in Bosnia and Herzegovina and CIVPOL Officers of the United Nations Transitional Administration in Eastern Slavonia, Human Rights and Law Enforcement, International Standards and Guidelines for Monitoring, Training and Advice, UN Doc. HR/PUB/96/1 (1996).
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights/Centre for Human Rights, Human Rights, Peacekeeping and Law Enforcement, A Trainers’ Guide on Human Rights for CIVPOL Monitors (1996).
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Guidelines on the Protection of Refugee Women (1991).
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Interviewing Applicants for Refugee Status (1995).
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Returnee Monitoring, Training Course Materials (1996).
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Sexual Violence against Refugees, Guidelines on Prevention and Response (1995).
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, A UNHCR Guide to Women’s Rights Awareness Training (1995).
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Voluntary Repatriation: International Protection (1996).
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Voluntary Repatriation, Training Module (1993).
L’ONU et le monitoring
African Rights, Humanitarianism Unbound?: Current dilemmas facing multi-mandate relief operations in political emergencies (1994).
African Rights, Somalia: Human Rights Abuses by the United Nations Forces (1993).
African Rights, A Waste of Hope: The United Nations Human Rights Field Operation (1995).
Åhlén, Eva, et al., Protection and Promotion of Children’s Rights in the Field, a handbook for field officers (undated 1996).
Amnesty International, Bosnia-Herzegovina, The international community’s responsibility to ensure human rights, AI Index: EUR 63/15/96 (1996).
Amnesty International, Peace-keeping and human rights, AI Index: IOR 40/01/94 (1994).
Arakelian, Armineh, Rapport de Fin de Mission (Responsable de la Section Promotion des Droits de L’Homme, Unité Juridique, Rwanda) (1996).
Beattie, Clayton, “The International Peace Academy and the Development of Training for Peacekeepers”, in Henry Wiseman ed., Peacekeeping Appraisals and Proposals (1983).
Blechmann, M. and J. M. Vaccaro, Training for Peacekeeping: The United Nations’ Role (1994).
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights/Centre for Human Rights, Report on the Conduct of Training Courses on Human Rights Monitoring and Law Enforcement for Civilian Police Monitors of the United Nations Transitional Authority in Eastern Slavonia, 26 August — 12 October 1996 (1996).
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights/Centre for Human Rights, Report on the Conduct of Training Courses on Human Rights Monitoring and Law Enforcement for IPTF Monitors of the United Nations Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 13 May — 02 August 1996 (1996).
Carrai, Barbara, Claudia Querner, and Steve Tulliu, Civilian Peacekeeping Training and Civil Military Interactions (1997).
European Commission, Report on European Commission Human Rights Identification Mission to Cambodia (1993).
Ewald, Jonas and Håkan Thörn, Peace Monitoring in South Africa (1994).
Farer, Tom, Intervention in Unnatural Humanitarian Emergencies; Lessons of the First Phase, 18 Human Rights Q. 1 (No. 1, 1996)
Golub, Stephen, Strengthening Human Rights Monitoring Missions: An options paper prepared for the Office of Transition Initiatives, Bureau for Humanitarian Responses, United States Agency for International Development (1995).
Human Rights Watch, The Lost Agenda: Human Rights and U.N. Field Operations (1993).
Human Rights Watch Middle East, Western Sahara: Keeping it Secret: the United Nations Operation in the Western Sahara (1995).
International Civilian Mission in Haiti — UN/OAS (MICIVIH), Manuel d’Haïti (1993).
Kenny, Karen, Towards Effective Training for Field Human Rights Tasks (1996).
LaRose-Edwards, Paul, Human Rights Principles and Practice in United Nations Field Operations (1995).
LaRose-Edwards, Paul, Human Rights Standby, Canadian Standby Arrangement to Enhance UN Rapid Reaction in the Field of Human Rights and Democracy (1996).
LaRose-Edwards, Paul, UN Human Rights Operations: Principles & Practice in United Nations Field Operations (1996).
Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, Haiti: Learning the Hard Way, the UN/OAS human rights monitoring operation in Haiti 1993-94 (1995).
Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, Improvising History: A Critical Evaluation of the United Nations Observer Mission in El Salvador (1995).
Morrison, Alex ed., The Changing Face of Peacekeeping (1993).
Mukhtyar, Madhuri, Human Rights Training for Peacekeepers (1995).
O’Neill, William G, Human Rights Monitoring vs. Political Expediency: the Experience of the OAS/UN Mission in Haiti, in 8 Harvard Human Rights Journal 101 (1995).
Pendergast, John, Frontline Diplomacy, Humanitarian Aid and Conflict in Africa (1996).
Rikhye, Indar and Kjell Skjelsbaek, The United Nations and Peacekeeping, Results, Limitations, and Prospects: The Lessons of Forty Years of Experience (1990).
Tiihonen, Ilkka, Upgrading Pre-Deployment Training for UN Peace Operations (1997).
United Nations, An Agenda for Peace: Preventive Diplomacy, Peace-Making and Peace-Keeping, UN Doc. A/47/277, S/24111 (1992).
United Nations, The Blue Helmets: A Review of United Nations Peace-Keeping (1990).
United Nations, Guidelines for UN Forces Regarding Respect for International Humanitarian Law (draft, 1998).
United Nations, Recommendations made by the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for human rights in Cambodia, Mr. Michael Kirby, on matters within his mandate, UN Doc. A/50/681 (Sept. 1995).
United Nations, Report on Standards of Conduct in the International Civil Service (1954).
United Nations, Staff Rules, Rules 301.1 to 312.6 Governing Appointments for Service of a Limited Duration, UN Doc. ST/SGB/Staff Rules/3/Rev.5 (1994).
United Nations, Supplement to Agenda for Peace, UN Doc. A/50/60, S/1995/1 (1995).
United Nations Centre for Human Rights, Ethiopia: Report of the Expert Mission to Advise the Special Prosecutor’s Office (11-16 July 1994).
United Nations Centre for Human Rights, Report of the Human Rights Training Programme for the Civilian Police Component of the United Nations Operation in Mozambique (1994).
United Nations Centre for Human Rights, Human Rights Trainers Guide (1995).
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights/Centre for Human Rights, Field Guide for OSCE and United Nations human rights monitors of the Peace Implementation Operation in Bosnia and Herzegovina — Monitoring Human Rights (1996).
United Nations Department of Peace-keeping Operations, General Guidelines for Peace-Keeping Operations (1995).
Human Rights Field Operation in Rwanda, HRFOR Field Guidance (1996).
United Nations Mission for the Verification of Human Rights and Compliance with the Commitments of the Comprehensive Agreement on Human Rights in Guatemala (MINUGUA), Manuel de Vérification (1994).
United Nations Mission for the Verification of Human Rights and Compliance with the Commitments of the Comprehensive Agreement on Human Rights in Guatemala (MINUGUA), The Situation in Central America, UN Doc. A/49/856 (1995) (first report of the Director of MINIGUA).
United Nations Observer Mission for El Salvador (ONUSAL), La Guía Metodológica para el Trabajo de la División de Derechos Humanos de la Misión de Observadores de las Naciones Unidas para El Salvador) (Guidelines for the Work of the Human Rights Division of the United Nations Observer Mission for El Salvador (ONUSAL) (1992).
von Meijenfeldt, Roel, At the Frontline for Human Rights, Final Report, Evaluation of European Union participation in the Human Rights Field Operation in Rwanda of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (1995).
Weller, M., ed., Regional Peace-Keeping and International Enforcement: The Liberian Crisis (1994).
Wolfson, Steven and Neill Wright, A UNHCR Handbook for the Military on Humanitarian Operations (1995).
Normes internationales du droit humanitaire
Abi-Saab, Rosemary, “The “General Principles” of humanitarian law according to the International Court of Justice”, 259 International Review of the Red Cross 367 (1987).
Gasser, Hans-Peter, International Humanitarian Law, An Introduction (1993).
International Committee of the Red Cross and Henry Dunant Institute eds., Bibliography of International Humanitarian Law Applicable in Armed Conflicts (1987).
Sandoz, Yves, Christophe Swinarski & Bruno Zimmerman, Commentary on the Additional Protocols to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949 (1987).
Pictet, Jean S., Commentary on the Four Geneva Conventions of 1949 (1952-1960).
Roberts, Adam & Richard Guelff eds., Documents on the Laws of War (2d ed. 1989).
Schindler, Dietrich & Jiri Toman eds., The Laws of Armed Conflicts: A Collection of Conventions,, Resolutions and Other Documents (3d rev. ed. 1988).
Veuthey, Michel, “Implementation and Enforcement of Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law in Non-International Armed Conflicts: The Role of the International Committee of the Red Cross”, 33 American University Law Rev. 83 (1983).
Weissbrodt, David., “The Role of International Organizations in the Implementation of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law in Situations of Armed Conflict”, 21 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 313 (1988).
L’établissement des faits en général
Beyer, Gregg, “Human Rights Monitoring”. in Rupesinghe, Kumar, Kuroda, Michiko eds., Early Warning and Conflict Resolution (1992).
Dueck, Judith, et al., HURIDOCS Standard Formats: A Tool for Documenting Human Rights Violations (1993).
English, Kathryn, and Adam Stapleton, The Human Rights Handbook: A Practical Guide to Monitoring Human Rights (1995).
Franco, Leonardo, Human Rights Verification in the Context of Peace: The UN Experience in Guatemala (1996).
International Women’s Rights Action Watch, Assessing the Status of Women (2d ed. 1996).
Jongman, Albert J. and Alex P. Schmid, Monitoring Human Rights: Manual for Assessing Country Performance (1995).
Lillich, Richard B. ed., Fact-Finding Before International Tribunals (1992).
Orentlicher, Diane, “Bearing Witness: The Art and Science of Human Rights Fact-Finding”, 3 Harvard Human Rights Journal 83 (1990).
Paul, Diane, Beyond Monitoring and Reporting, Strategies for the Field-level Protection of Civilians Under Threat (Jacob Blaustein Institute for Human Rights and the Center for the Study of Societies in Crisis, 1996).
Paul, Diane, The Role of Non-Governmental Organizations in the Protection of Civilians Under Threat: Practical Considerations (Jacob Blaustein Institute for Human Rights and the Center for the Study of Societies in Crisis, 1996).
Ramcharan, Bertie G., International Law and Fact-Finding in the Field of Human Rights (1982).
Rasmussen, et al., “The Medical Component of Fact-Finding Missions”, in Danish Medical Bulletin 371 (1990).
Ravindran, D.J., Manuel Guzman, and Babes Ignacio eds., Handbook on Fact-finding and Documentation of Human Rights Violations (1993).
Reiter, Randy B., M. V. Zunsunegui, and Jose Quiroga, “Guidelines for Field Reporting of Basic Human Rights Violations”, 8 Human Rights Quarterly 628 (No. 4, 1986).
Stormorken, Bjorn, HURIDOCS Standard Formats for the Recording and Exchange of Information on Human Rights (1985).
United Nations, Guidelines for the Conduct of United Nations Inquiries into Allegations of Massacres (1995).
United Nations, Manual on the Effective Prevention and Investigation of Extra-Legal, Arbitrary and Summary Executions (1991).
Weissbrodt, David, “International Factfinding in Regard to Torture”, 57 Nordic Journal of International Law 151 (1988).
Weissbrodt, David and James McCarthy, “Fact-Finding by International Nongovernmental Human Rights Organizations”, in 22 Virginia Journal of International Law 1 (1981).
Physicians for Human Rights, Medical Testimony on Victims of Torture: A Physician’s Guide to Political Asylum Cases (1991).
Randall, Glenn and Ellen Lutz, Serving Survivors of Torture: A Practical Manual for Health Professionals and Other Service Providers (1991).
Stover, Eric and Elena Nightengale, The Breaking of Bodies and Minds: Torture, Psychiatric Abuse, and the Health Professions (1985).
UNHCR, Training Module: Interpreting in a Refugee Context (1993).
UNHCR, Training Module: Interviewing Applicants for Refugee Status (1994).
Les visites aux personnes détenues
et le monitoring de l’administration de la justice
Alderson, J, Human Rights and the Police (Council of Europe, Strasbourg, 1984).
Association for the Prevention of Torture, Guidelines for Investigations about the Conditions and the Treatment in Places where People are Detained and Deprived of their Liberty (1994).
Basic Principles on the Role of Lawyers, Eighth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, Havana, 27 August to 7 September 1990, UN Doc. A/CONF.144/28/Rev.1 at 118 (1990).
Basic Principles on the Use of Force and Firearms by Law Enforcement Officials, Eighth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, Havana, 27 August to 7 September 1990, (1990).
Basic Principles for the Treatment of Prisoners, G.A. res. 45/111, annex, 45 UN GAOR Supp. (No. 49A) at 200, UN Doc. A/45/49 (1990).
Body of Principles for the Protection of All Persons under Any Form of Detention or Imprisonment, G.A. res. 43/173, annex, 43 UN GAOR Supp. (No. 49) at 298, UN Doc. A/43/49 (1988).
Code of Conduct for Law Enforcement Officials, G.A. res. 34/169, annex, 34 UN GAOR (No. 46) at 186, UN Doc. A/34/46 (1979).
Compendium of U.N. Standards and Norms in Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, UN Doc. St/CSDHA/16 (1992).
Consolidated List of the Secretary-General of provisions in the various United Nations standards relating to human rights in the administration of justice, UN Doc. E/CN.4/Sub.2/1991/26 (1991).
Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, G.A. res. 39/46, annex, 39 UN GAOR Supp. (No. 51) at 197, UN Doc. A/39/51 (1984), entered into force June 26, 1987.
Daudin, Pascal & Hernán Reyes, “How visits by the ICRC can help prisoners cope with the effects of traumatic stress”, in International Responses to Traumatic Stress (1996).
Declaration on the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearances, G.A. res. 47/133, 47 UN GAOR Supp. (No. 49) at 207, UN Doc. A/47/49 (1992).
European Committee for Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (ECPT), Health Care Services in Prisons, extract from ECPT, Third Report (1993).
European Prison Rules, Council of Europe Recommendation No. R (87) 3 (1987).
Guidelines for Coordination in the Field Between International Committee of the Red Cross Delegates and Field Officers of the Human Rights Field Operation in Rwanda with regard to Visits to Persons Deprived of their Freedom in Rwanda (1996).
Human Rights Watch, Global Report on Prisons 291-97 (1993) (Questionnaire for Prison Visits).
Morgan, Rod & Malcolm Evans, “Inspecting Prisons, The View from Strasbourg”, 34 British J. Criminology 141 (1994).
O’Neill, William G., Monitoring the Administration of Justice, in Hege Araldsen and Øyvind W. Thiis, Manual on Human Rights Monitoring ch. 7 (Norwegian Institute of Human Rights 1997).
Principles on the Effective Prevention and Investigation of Extra-Legal, Arbitrary and Summary Executions, E.S.C. res. 1989/65, annex, 1989 UN ESCOR Supp. (No. 1) at 52, UN Doc. E/1989/89 (1989).
Prison Reform International, Making Standards Work, an international handbook on good prison practice (1995).
Reyes, Hernán, ICRC Visits to “political” prisoners, How they work, What they accomplish (1992).
Reyes, Hernán, “Visits to prisoners”, 3 Torture 58 (1993).
Reyes, Hernán & Rémi Russbach, “Le rôle du médecin dans les visites du CICR aux prisonniers”, 284 International Review of the Red Cross 497 (1991).
Rodley, Nigel, The Treatment of Prisoners under International Law (1987).
Rutherford, A., Prisons and the Process of Justice (1984).
Rzeplinski, Andrezej, “Monitoring Prison Conditions”, in Swennenhuis, Raymond, Handbook for Helsinki Committees, A Guide in Monitoring and Promoting Human Rights, and NGO Management 5.2 (1995).
Sorensen, Bent, Guidelines for visits to prisons (1996).
Standard Minimum Rules for the Administration of Juvenile Justice (“The Beijing Rules”), G.A. res. 40/33, annex, 40 UN GAOR Supp. (No. 53) at 207, UN Doc. A/40/53 (1985).
Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners, adopted Aug. 30, 1955 by the First United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, UN Doc. A/CONF/611, annex I, E.S.C. res. 663C, 24 UN ESCOR Supp. (No. 1) at 11, UN Doc. E/3048 (1957), amended E.S.C. res. 2076, 62 UN ESCOR Supp. (No. 1) at 35, UN Doc. E/5988 (1977).
United Nations, Analysis of the Haitian Justice System with Recommendations to Improve the Administration of Justice in Haiti: A Report by the Working Group on the Haitian Justice System of the OAS/UN International Civilian Mission to Haiti (1994).
United Nations, Human Rights and Law Enforcement, a Manual on Human Rights for the Police (High Commissioner for Human Rights/Centre for Human Rights, Professional Training Series No. 5, 1997).
United Nations, Human Rights in the Administration of Justice, a Manual on Human Rights for Judges and Lawyers (Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Professional Training Series No. 10, (forthcoming).
United Nations, International Human Rights Standards for Law Enforcement, A Pocket Book on Human Rights for the Police (High Commissioner for Human Rights/Centre for Human Rights, 1996).
United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for Non-custodial Measures (The Tokyo Rules), G.A. res. 45/110, annex, 45 UN GAOR Supp. (No. 49A) at 197, UN Doc. A/45/49 (1990).
United Nations Rules for the Protection of Juveniles Deprived of their Liberty, G.A. res. 45/113, annex, 45 U.N. GAOR Supp. (No. 49A) at 205, UN Doc. A/45/49 (1990).
United Nations Centre for Human Rights, Human Rights and Pre-trial Detention, UN Doc. HR/P/PT/3 (1994).
United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Branch, United Nations Criminal Justice Standards for Peacekeeping Police (1994).
L’observation des procès
Weissbrodt, David, “International Trial Observers”, 18 Stanford Journal of International Law 27 (1982).
L’observation des élections
Garber, Larry, Guidelines for International Election Observing (1984).
Garber, Larry and Eric Bjornlund, The New Democratic Frontier: a Country by Country Report on Elections in Central and Eastern Europe (1992).
Goodwin-Gill, Guy S., Free and Fair Elections: International Law and Practice (1994).
International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance, Evaluating Election Observation Missions: Lessons Learned from the Russian Elections of 1996 (1996).
International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance, Work in Progress (1997).
United Nations Centre for Human Rights, Human Rights and Elections, UN Doc. HR/P/PT/2 (1994).
United Nations Centre for Human Rights, Guidelines for Electoral Assistance, Monitoring and Observation — A Human Rights Checklist for Examination of Electoral Arrangements (1995)
United Nations Transitional Authority for Cambodia (UNTAC), United Nations Electoral Law for Cambodia, 1992 (1992).
La prévention et la résolution des conflits
Berne, Eric, Games People Play: the Psychology of Human Relationship (1964).
Boulding, Kenneth E., “Organization and Conflict”, 1 Journal of Conflict Resolution 122-134 (1957).
Burton, John W., Conflict and Communication: the use of Controlled Communication in International Relations (London: Macmillan, 1969).
Diamond, Larry, Promoting Democracy in the 1990s: A Report to the Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict (1995).
Diller, Janelle M., Handbook on Human Rights in Situations of Conflict (Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights, 1997).
Deutsch, Morton, The Resolution of Conflict: Constructive and Destructive Processes (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1973).
Filley, Alan C., Interpersonal Conflict Resolution (Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman, 1975).
Fisher, Roger et al., Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement without Giving In (2d ed. 1991).
Fisher, Roger ed., International Conflict and Behavioral Science: the Craigville Papers (New York: Basic Books, 1964).
Folger, Joseph P. & Tricia S. Jones eds., New Directions in Mediation: Communication Research and Perspectives (Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, 1994).
Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy, Peace Builder Newsletter.
Kappeler, Dietrich, “Gumboot Diplomacy, A New Task for Diplomats”, in Victor-Yves Ghebali and Dietrich Kappeler, Multiple Aspects of International Relations 343 (1995).
Last, David M., Theory, Doctrine and Practice of Conflict De-Escalation in Peacekeeping Operations (1997).
Lund, Michael, Preventing Violent Conflicts: A Strategy for Preventive Diplomacy (1996).
Ramcharan, Bertie G., The International Law and Policy of Early Warning and Preventive Diplomacy: The Emerging Global Watch (1991).
Veuthey, Michel, The Contribution of International Humanitarian Law to the Restoration of Peace, in Kevin M. Cahill ed., A Framework for Survival: Health, Human Rights, and Humanitarian Assistance in Conflicts and Disasters (1993).
Walton, Richard E., Interpersonal Peacemaking: Confrontation and Third-party Consultations (Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley, 1969).
Weeks, Dudley, The Eight Essential Steps to Conflict Resolution (Los Angeles: J.P. Tarcher, 1992).
Advisory Council on Peace and Security, Innocence Lost: The Netherlands and UN Operations (1996).
Alfredsson, Gudmundur and Göran Melander, A Compilation of Minority Rights Standards (1997).
Amnesty International, Ethical Codes and Declarations Relevant to the Health Professions (3rd rev. ed., 1994).
Article 19, The Article 19 Freedom of Expression Manual (1993).
Ball, Patrick, Who Did What to Whom? Planning and Implementing a Large Scale Human Rights Data Project (1996).
Cahill, Kevin M. ed., A Framework for Survival: Health, Human Rights, and Humanitarian Assistance in Conflicts and Disasters (1993).
Chapman, Audrey, “A “Violations Approach” for Monitoring the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights”, 18(1) Human Rights Q. 23 (1996).
Danida, Lessons from the Rwanda Experience (5 vols., 1996), see http://www.ingenioeren.dk/danida/rwanda.html
de Milliano, Jaques, The MSF perspective on the need for cooperation between humanitarian organisations and human rights organisations (1996).
Harvey, Philip, “Monitoring Mechanisms for International Agreements Respecting Economic and Social Human Rights”, 12 Yale J. Int’l L. 396 (1987).
Henkin, Alice ed., Honoring Human Rights and Keeping the Peace (Aspen Institute, 1995).
International Human Rights Internship Program, Ripple in Still Water, Reflections by Activists on Local- and National-Level Work on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (1997).
Johannesburg Principles on National Security, Freedom of Expression and Access to Information, adopted at a conference convened by Article 19 on October 1, 1995.
Khan, Irene, Report of the Consultation on Prevention, UNHCR (1997).
Kritz, Neil ed., Transitional Justice: How Emerging Democracies Reckon with Former Regimes (1995),
Leckie, Scott, When Push Comes to Shove, Forced Evictions and Human Rights (1995).
Medecins Sans Frontieres, Conference on the Cooperation between Humanitarian Organisations and Human Rights Organisations (1996).
Oxfam, “Human Rights in development and relief work”, 1 Oxfam Handbook of Development and Relief 4 (1995).
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, Special Report: Musical Chairs, Property Problems in Bosnia and Herzegovina (1996).
Ratner, Steven R., The New UN Peacekeeping (1995).
Roderick, Edie, Medic Training Manual.
Spirer, Herbert F. and Louise Spirer, Data Analysis for Monitoring Human Rights (1993).
UNHCR, Handbook for Emergencies (1982).
United Nations, Informe Especial de Fortalecimiento Institucional (MINUGUA, 1996).
United Nations, Rules Governing Compensation for Members of Commissions, Committees or Similar Bodies in the Event of Death, Injury or Illness Attributable to Service with the United Nations, UN Doc. ST/SGB/103/Rev. 1 (1980).
United Nations, Human Rights — A Compilation of International Instruments — Universal Instruments (1994)
United Nations, Human Rights — A Compilation of International Instruments — Regional Instruments (1997)
United Nations Department of Humanitarian Affairs (DHA), ReliefWeb, http://www.reliefweb.int
United Nations, Office of the Security Coordinator, Security in the Field — Information for staff members of the United Nations system (New York, 1998)