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|Title:||Defining the Role of National Human Rights Institutions with Regard to the United Nations Human Rights System|
|Keywords:||National Human Rights Institutions, UN Treaty-Bodies, Human Rights Commission, Rights Protection, NHRIs, International Coordination Committee, Civil Society, Human Rights Documentation, Rights Monitoring|
|Publisher:||Independent Commission for Human Rights, Ramallah, Palestine|
|Citation:||Mutaz Qafisheh, 'Defining the Role of National Human Rights Institutions with Regard to the United Nations Human Rights System', Independent Commission for Human Rights, Ramallah, 2004.|
|Abstract:||The present study intends to define the legal status of National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs) in their relations with the UN human rights system. It is therefore attempting to answer two main questions. First, is there a legal framework governing the relations between NHRIs and the UN? Second, to what extent and in what capacity can NHRIs work with the UN?|
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