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In 2001, the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty (ICISS) released The Responsibility to Protect report, which redefined collective security by introducing a concept of shared responsibility. Since that time, other governments, international officials, academics and civil society organizations have taken up the Responsibility to Protect and contributed to its evolving meaning in the international community. Here is a review of some of these reports.

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SOVA Center for Information and Analysis give you the opportunity to get statistics of their website. Data on violence systematically introduced in early 2010 and available on a month that ended 3 months prior to the date of request. You can specify the selection criteria for events using a form of “Filter”. Moreover, you can choose the value or not to choose (if left blank).

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This website provides a list of international and regional human rights conventions available in their entirety, as well as the dates of signature, ratification and accession.

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The Basis of Law is a compilation of full texts of all instruments of the Inter-American human rights system, such as various declarations, conventions, and protocols, with updated information regarding its entry into force and their corresponding status of ratification.

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There are ten core international human rights treaties. Each of these treaties has established a committee of experts to monitor implementation of the treaty provisions by its States parties. Some of the treaties are supplemented by optional protocols dealing with specific concerns.

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