A long road towards universal protection against enforced disappearance
[S.l.] : International Peace Information Service (IPIS), [2007?]
19 p. ; 30 cm
The approval of the international convention for the protection of all persons from enforced disappearance, by the United Nations General Assembly in late December 2006, has been presented as a major achievement. This article explores roots and specifics of this Convention, and highlights its relevance and the impact it can be anticipated to have on the ground.
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