Here you can find the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Charter in the following translations: English, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philppines, Chinese, Singapore, Thai, Viet Nam.
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The website is designed for both human rights mechanisms themselves, and human rights defenders and NGOs. It is made up of different sections corresponding to each mechanism. Each section is composed of sub-sections, outlining a general presentation of the mandate in question, a page gathering all the reports produced, a page on public reactions, and a fourth one about missions.
UPR Info aims at raising awareness on the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) and providing capacity-building tools to the different actors of process, such as United Nations Member States, NGOs, National Human Rights Institutions and civil society in general.
While each judicial or quasi-judicial body generally makes its decisions available on its own website, such databases are often difficult to effectively search and their content is limited. However, other online databases allow users to search the case law of multiple bodies simultaneously. This page provides links to the best available search facilities, arranged by scope. In addition to case-specific decisions, researchers should not overlook general treaty interpretation (such as the UN treaty bodies’ General Comments and UN special rapporteurs’ reports) or human rights monitoring bodies’ reports on States’ compliance with their treaty obligations. Further, domestic courts’ decisions are an important and often rich source of international law interpretation and application.
This information sheet is a summary of important aspects of Guatemalan criminal procedure. It is meant to assist U.S. citizens in understanding the basics of the Guatemalan judicial system. It is not intended as a guide for self-representation.