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Eyes on the ground : realizing the potential of civilian-led monitoring in armed conflict

Author: Miriam Puttick; Ceasefire Centre for Civilian Rights,; Minority Rights Group International,
Publisher: [London, U.K.] : Ceasefire Centre for Civilian Rights : Minority Rights Group International, 2017.
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"Technological advances have meant that civilians are now enabled to play a greater role than ever before in monitoring and documenting violations during armed conflict or in other insecure environments. As UN rapporteurs and other official international monitors are effectively denied access to a wide range of insecure territories around the world, civilian monitors have become a complementary, and in some cases  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Miriam Puttick; Ceasefire Centre for Civilian Rights,; Minority Rights Group International,
ISBN: 9781907919893 1907919899
OCLC Number: 1000615938
Notes: Cover title.
Description: 47 pages ; 30 cm
Contents: Introduction --
1. The traditional approach to human rights fact-finding --
2. Recent developments in the human rights field --
3. Towards a model of 'civilian-led monitoring' --
4. Addressing the challenges of civilian-led monitoring --
5. Securing justice and accountability for violations of civilian rights --
Conclusions and recommendations.
Other Titles: Realizing the potential of civilian-led monitoring in armed conflict
Responsibility: Miriam Puttick.

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"Technological advances have meant that civilians are now enabled to play a greater role than ever before in monitoring and documenting violations during armed conflict or in other insecure environments. As UN rapporteurs and other official international monitors are effectively denied access to a wide range of insecure territories around the world, civilian monitors have become a complementary, and in some cases the principal, source of information on what is happening on the ground to civilian populations."--Back cover.

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