For Human Rights Beyond Borders: How to Hold States Accountable for Extraterritorial Violations

In todays highly interdependent world, decisions by States often have impacts beyond their own national borders. These decisions can affect the enjoyment of human rights in other countries. Through their domestic and foreign policies and practices, as well as the international norms and standards they promote, States individually and jointly shape the international legal, political and economic environment in which other States operate.

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Author: ETO Consortium