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The book The Effectiveness of Domestic Human Rights NGOs: A Comparative Study has been a comparison, and measurement of the effectiveness of, how human rights DNGOs in different jurisdictions mobilise law in defence of human rights. Its purpose has been to further research into the enforcement of human rights. This conclusion chapter sets out the patterns that the author could discern in the information in the previous chapters, draws out some of the implications of this for the work of human rights DNGOs in the field, and points out some of the areas in which further research could be fruitful. It should be noted, however, that the conclusions outlined are tentative because of the limited number of case studies examined in this work, the relatively limited time period over which this was done, and because some of the patterns in the work show numerous exceptions.

Keywords: Domestic Non-Government Organisation (DNGO); human rights



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