Dublin Statement on the Process of Strengthening the United Nations Human Rights Treaty Body System: Response by non-governmental organizations, November 2010
This paper is presented by 20 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) who contribute directly to many aspects of the work of the treaty bodies, including by encouraging national partners in their use of the system. This paper contains 30 recommendations to the treaty bodies, the OHCHR and States. These are summarized at the end of the document. It also contains a list of signatory NGOs and the commitment of our organizations to engagement with the treaty bodies.
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