Research guide for human rights at the University of Washington Bothell & Cascadia College
National Archives and Records Service. (1949, November). Eleanor Roosevelt and United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Lake Success, New York. Franklin D. Roosevelt Library Photographs, 1870-2004, Franklin D. Roosevelt Library. Retrieved from https://research.archives.gov/id/6120927.
Process by which individual member states of the United Nations review their own human rights records. Use the "documentation" link to see an individual country's review & comments submitted by other UN member nations.
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