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Reporting Killings as Human Rights Violations Handbook

How to document and respond to potential violations of the right to life within the international system for the protection of human rights

By Kate Thompson and Camille Giffard

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The Web version of the Reporting Killings as Human Rights Violations Handbook

The English language edition of the Handbook has been converted into an online edition, available at: www.essex.ac.uk/reportingkillingshandbook/handbook/

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