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This front matter section of the book International Law and Fact-Finding in the Field of Human Rights contains the table of contents, a foreword, and introduction to the original edition. The book explores the relatively uncharted area of international human rights law. It is recognized that it is not easy to determine the applicable rules, or policy, to be followed in every case and that flexibility is highly necessary in fact-finding. As stated by the International Law Association's Sub-Committee on Equal Application of Human Rights Laws and Principles, "the level of procedural due process manifested by a fact-finding mission (has) a direct correlation with the fairness of the mission's report, as well as being an important factor in the report's credibility.

Keywords: fact-finding mission; human rights principles; international human rights law



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