The design of national human rights institutions : global patterns of institutional diffusion and strength

@inproceedings{Lacatus2016TheDO,
  title={The design of national human rights institutions : global patterns of institutional diffusion and strength},
  author={Corina Lacatus},
  year={2016}
}
“The Design of National Human Rights Institutions: Global Patterns of Diffusion and Strength” explores patterns of institutional design in the case of national human rights institutions (i.e. ombudsman, national human rights commission), seeking to understand why countries establish these bodies and give them certain mandated powers as reflected in their institutional design. The project answers two main questions about the global variation of institutional strength as a function of the design… Expand

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