Using the UN Human Rights System to Advocate for Access to Palliative Care and Pain Relief
This toolkit is a resource for organizations that want to advocate for increased access to palliative care and pain relief as a human right within the United Nations human rights system. The toolkit introduces the UN human rights system and offers step-by-step advice and resources on how to navigate it, including various treaty bodies and the UN Human Rights Council. It also discusses how to advocate for palliative care and access to pain relief in regional human rights systems.
Using the UN Human Rights System to Advocate for Access to Palliative Care and Pain Relief (553.69 Kb pdf file)
Download the complete 65-page toolkit. (Updated: October 12, 2017)
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