A Practitioner's Guide to Human Rights Monitoring, Documentation, and Advocacy

Advocates for Human Rights, US Human Rights Network

The purpose of this manual is to provide step-by-step guidance for advocates who want to use human rights monitoring, documentation, and advocacy in their social justice work. From framing an issue in terms of internationally recognized human rights to submitting a detailed complaint to a human rights body, this manual outlines the process to enable anyone to do this work. The manual is designed to aid advocates undertaking a variety of activities—from the relatively simple to the more complex. With background information, key questions to consider, case examples, and practitioners’ tips, this manual provides tools to enhance the social justice work already being done in the United States to provide broader protection of human rights.

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