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Julie Mertus Professor School of International Service . Professor Julie Mertus has written widely on human rights and gender, conflict, the Balkans, U.S. foreign ...

A graduate of Yale Law School and the recipent of several research and teaching awards, Mertus was named the 2005 Teacher-Scholar of the Year by American University's School of International Service. Operationalizing human rights at the local level -- "Opinion doctors" and "can openers" : Denmark's national human rights institutions -- "The hardest job I ever had" : Northern Ireland's Human Rights Commission -- Counting in threes : the human rights ombudsmen in Bosnia-Herzegovina -- When less is more : considering the ombudsman system in the Czech Republic -- Straddling Checkpoint Charlie : the German Human Rights Institute. Forsythe, University of Nebraska "With her usual rigor and flair, Julie Mertus profiles an increasingly important layer of the international human rights regime. Central and Eastern Europe, Kosovo, ethnic conflict, humanitarian intervention, refugees, transitional justice is a frequent commentator on human rights and humanitarian issues, and serves as a consultant for several nongovernmental and governmental post-conflict reconstruction endeavors, including a project in Iraq. Here she provides a well considered and well crafted study of National Human Rights Institutions in five western countries, with passing reference to other situations.

Examines the effectiveness of national human rights institutions in promoting and protecting human rights through a series of comparative case studies. As interest in domestic human rights institutions continues to grow, Mertus's richly detailed findings will spark lively discussion and help to fill a considerable gap in the literature. Her study of how these national organizations interact with their local environment as they try to translate international norms into local human rights improvements breaks new ground. She is the author or editor of ten books, including , named "human rights book of the year" by the American Political Science Association) and, most recently.

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    Human Rights Matters: Local Politics and National Human Rights Institutions (Stanford Studies in Human Rights), Julie Mertus

    Balkans for several media outlets including: BBC World Service, CNN International, CBS, CNBC, Fox News, Voice of America (television and radio), American University (AU) School of International Service (SIS) Faculty Award for Outstanding Scholarship and Professional Service, 2006    AU SIS Faculty Award for Outstanding Scholarship and Professional Service, 2002    Dartmouth College, Rockefeller Visiting Faculty, Institute on Violence and Culture, 2002   U. She is the author or editor of ten books, including , named "human rights book of the year" by the American Political Science Association) and, most recently. Operationalizing human rights at the local level -- "Opinion doctors" and "can openers" : Denmark's national human rights institutions -- "The hardest job I ever had" : Northern Ireland's Human Rights Commission -- Counting in threes : the human rights ombudsmen in Bosnia-Herzegovina -- When less is more : considering the ombudsman system in the Czech Republic -- Straddling Checkpoint Charlie : the German Human Rights Institute.

    Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Here she provides a well considered and well crafted study of National Human Rights Institutions in five western countries, with passing reference to other situations. Goodhart, University of Pittsburgh "Julie Mertus has recently enlightened readers on such subjects as human rights and the United States, and human rights and the United Nations. Denmark's national human rights institutions -- "The hardest job I ever had" : Northern Ireland's Human Rights Commission -- When less is more : considering the ombudsman system in the Czech Republic -- "This insightful work makes a strong case that domestic human rights institutions are essential for understanding the diffusion and implementation of human rights, perhaps more important than the international institutions that have received the lion's share of scholarly attention. As interest in domestic human rights institutions continues to grow, Mertus's richly detailed findings will spark lively discussion and help to fill a considerable gap in the literature. Examines the effectiveness of national human rights institutions in promoting and protecting human rights through a series of comparative case studies.

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