1 Friendly settlement before human rights bodies is an alternative form of dispute settlement that ends an international human rights dispute on the basis of the consent of the parties. This entry provides a definition of friendly settlement before human rights bodies (sec B below) and discusses its legal basis (sec C), its procedural stages (sec D), the content of the friendly settlement (sec E), and the effectiveness of the protection it provides (sec F). 2 Friendly settlement before human rights bodies can be defined as ‘a form of conciliation, one of the...
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