Title Guidelines on International Human Rights Fact-Finding Visits and Reports ("Lund-London Guidelines")
Publisher International Bar Association: Human Rights Institute
Publication Date 1 June 2009
Topics Country of origin information (COI)
Cite as International Bar Association: Human Rights Institute, Guidelines on International Human Rights Fact-Finding Visits and Reports ("Lund-London Guidelines"), 1 June 2009, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4a39f2fa2.html [accessed 25 May 2016]
Comments The International Bar Association's Human Rights Institute in conjunction with the Raoul Wallenberg Institute, launched this set of human rights fact-finding guidelines during a conference at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, London, on 1 June 2009. The guidelines are the result of several years' work and wide consultation. They arose out of concern that, despite there being no agreed international standards for human rights fact-finding reporting, such reports are frequently referred to by courts and tribunals as evidence of the facts alleged in them, as well as by governments, NGOs and other interested people. The guidelines aim to fill this gap by setting an agreed international standard of good practice in the conduct of fact-finding visits and in the compilation of reports. More information is available on the website http://www.factfindingguidelines.org.
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