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.
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This article from the Fellowship of Reconciliation details three major applications of nonviolent action for social change, social defense, and third-party nonviolent intervention, along with examples of each.
DailyGood discusses thirty global and historical examples of nonviolent action achieving real results. These examples illustrate how nonviolent action can be utilized to bring about progress and challenge injustice.