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The Clemens Nathan Research Centre (CNRC), an organisation dedicated to the promotion of international human rights, began life as the research arm of the Consultative Council of Jewish Organisations (CCJO), a human rights NGO with consultative status at the United Nations, founded in 1946 by the Nobel Prize Laureate René Cassin. The CCJO has been an active supporter of efforts to increase the effectiveness of the UN's human rights treaties and institutional mechanisms. The CCJO keeps a watching brief on some international human rights problems and developments and took a particular interest in the establishment of the International Criminal Court. The activities of both the Clemens Nathan Research Centre and the CCJO have benefited from the very generous support of the Shoresh Charitable Trust.

Keywords: Clemens Nathan Research Centre (CNRC); Consultative Council of Jewish Organisations (CCJO); international human rights



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