The Role of National Human Rights Mechanisms for Reporting and Follow-Up (Nmrf): Understanding These New Global Domestic Processes Using the Cases of Georgia And Portugal As A Focus
Problems of Law
Jeremy Sarkin
University of Lisbon, Portugal
Published 2019-12-20
https://doi.org/10.15388/Teise.2019.113.10
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Keywords

human rights
National Mechanisms for Reporting and Follow-Up
state reporting on human rights
the Human Rights Council

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Sarkin J. (2019) “The Role of National Human Rights Mechanisms for Reporting and Follow-Up (Nmrf): Understanding These New Global Domestic Processes Using the Cases of Georgia And Portugal As A Focus”, Teisė, 1130, pp. 168-189. doi: 10.15388/Teise.2019.113.10.

Abstract

This article reviews domestic human rights institutions called Mechanisms for Reporting and Follow-Up (NMRFs). The article scrutinizes how important state reporting on human rights has become, and then evaluates what NMRFs are, and what the different models of NRMFs are. The article focuses on the nations of Georgia and Portugal.

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