This month's website is:
The Human Rights Chamber is a judicial body established under Annex 6 to the General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Dayton Peace Agreement) The Chamber has the order to consider alleged or apparent violations of human rights as provided in the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. Particular priority is given to allegations of especially severe or systematic violations, as well as those founded on alleged discrimination on prohibited grounds. The Chamber is composed of 14 members. Four members were appointed by the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and two by the Republika Srpska . The remaining eight members are internationals and were appointed by the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe. The members appointed are all distinguished lawyers and bring to the Chamber a wide variety of experience in different backgrounds including the judiciary, the academic sphere, private legal practice, administration and politics, and international, criminal and human rights law.
Legal Websites of the Month Archive
As a service to OBS-SIS members, a MARC record of a legal website
is distributed on the OBS-SIS discussion list each month. We encourage
you to try it out and see if your library might want to include
it in your online catalog.
The links below each site name will connect you to the MARC record for the resource. From the record you can view the website itself by following the links, or view the MARC tagging format by exporting the record and selecting the appropriate MARC format. Website suggestions and cataloging questions should be addressed to Keiko Okuhara.