Providing an international focus for developing expertise in the implementation of human rights
The Centre, based in the Law School, provides an international focus for developing expertise, advice and scholarship on the role of institutions, whether those are at the national, regional or international levels, in the implementation of human rights. These institutions include national governments and non-governmental organisations, but also statutory and constitutional bodies such as national human rights institutions, as well as regional bodies, such as the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights, the Council of Europe, the Organisation on Security and Co-operation in Europe, as well as those under the UN, both treaty bodies, the Special Procedures and the OHCHR.
Updated 20 May 2013 by University of Bristol Law School
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