Training Manual on Human Rights Monitoring

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Monitoring/Training Materials

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).

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