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Thoroughly revised and updated, this is the latest edition of what has become the standard work in its field. It is an eminently practical, 'nuts-and-bolts' guide to international human rights law and practice. The authors describe in detail the most recent developments in human rights law, such as the increasing focus on women's and children's rights; new norms related to the protection of minorities; and the new procedures of the European Court of Human Rights. They also describe and evaluate several other institutions and procedures that exist within the United Nations and regional systems, offering practical advice as to how they may be used most effectively. An essential tool for human rights lawyers, non-governmental organisations, academics, diplomats, and others interested in making the promotion and protection of human rights a reality.