Human Rights: International Protection, Monitoring, Enforcement
‘(…) This volume, while analysing institutional frameworks, was envisaged as a practical guide to using human rights procedures. The background of the contributors as academics as well as advocates greatly assists this aim. In fact, the general descriptive tone of the articles (with the notable exception of the African chapter) has the advantage of providing lecturers with good tips on approaching human rights bodies.
Taking into account the myriads of existing international institutions tasked with implementing human rights, the reduced size of the book and its structural clarity, are characteristics to be welcomed.’
Journal of International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict