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Humanitarian Operations

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This chapter reviews the endeavours of the Special Rapporteur and discuss his relations with the peacemakers and peacekeepers. The Special Rapporteur considered that further implementation of his mandate required the appointment of staff based in the territories of the former Yugoslavia in order to coordinate the monitoring of human rights violations together with the other UN bodies. Counting interim reports, including reports to the General Assembly and the Security Council, Mr. Mazowiecki submitted sixteen reports. One of his major contributions was his campaign to alert the international community to the practice of ethnic cleansing in the former Yugoslavia, especially Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Keywords:ethnic cleansing; former Yugoslavia; peacekeepers; peacemakers; UN special rapporteur



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