Reporting Killings as Human Rights Violations Handbook
2002Kate Thompson and Camille Giffard,University of Essex
The Reporting Killings as Human Rights Violations Handbook is a reference guide for anyone who wishes to know how to take action in response to allegations of suspicious deaths. It explains, simply and clearly, how the process of reporting and submitting complaints to international bodies and mechanisms actually works; how to make the most of it: how you might go about documenting allegations, what you can do with the information once it has been collected, how to choose between the various mechanisms according to your particular objectives, and how to present your information in a way which makes it most likely that you will obtain a response.
Key wordsasylum / human rights / Interview / organised violence / reparation
CountriesAfrica / Global
CategoryManuals and guidelines