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This section of the book presents a list of terms and concepts relevant to the discussion of international law and fact-finding in the field of human rights. The book examines non-governmental organizations (NGOs) fact-finding, particularly fact-finding by missions of inquiry, with regard to the composition and nature of the fact-finding body; methods of inquiry; admissibility of evidence; methods for insuring the reliability of evidence; reports; and the dissemination of reports. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order from A to W.

Keywords: fact-finding body; non-governmental organizations (NGOs)

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