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Annex IV: Belgrade Minimal Rules of Procedure for International Human Rights Fact-Finding Missions

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This section presents Belgrade minimal rules of procedure for international human rights fact-finding missions relevant to the discussion of report on peaceful settlement of disputes prepared for the International Law Association. The basic rules of international law applicable in fact-finding in the field of human rights are far from being clear. In the debate on fact-finding which took place in the United Nations' Special Committee on Principles of International Law Concerning Friendly Relations and Co-operation among States, in 1964, the "scantiness and unclearness" of rules of procedure were pointed out, and it was urged that "more could be done to improve existing procedures".

Keywords: international human rights fact-finding missions; international law association; international law concerning co-operation; international law concerning friendly relations; United Nations' Special Committee



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