The ombudsman, good governance, and the international human rights system / by Linda C. Reif.
Leiden ; Boston : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2004.
x, 426 pages ; 25 cm.
International studies in human rights ; v. 79.
"This book explores the role of the classical ombudsman, the human rights ombudsman and other hybrid or specialized ombudsmen in good governance and human rights protection at the domestic and international levels of governance"--Back cover. Includes discussions of the role of ombudsmen in Europe (Chapter Five), Latin America and the Caribbean (Chapter Six), Africa, Asia and the Pacific (Chapter Seven), the establishment of human rights ombudsmen for post-conflict peace-building (Chapter Eight), the role of ombudsmen for children and their human rights protection and promotion (Chapter Nine), the role of ombudsmen in the international organization system (Chapter Ten), the European ombudsman and good governance, human rights and the European Union (Chapter Eleven).
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.