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  1. Specialized UN agencies are supposed to take international action for the achievement of the human rights (HR) recognized in UN covenants. With a few exceptions, most notably ILO, specialized agencies have given little attention to this mandate. Much of the spectrum of implementation falls beyond the institutional competence, expertise, and capacity of the UN-specific HR agencies, so all UN agencies are bound to take HR actions in the realm of their respective mandates.   Not a word play only at stake   2. Bear with me here: International ‘supervision’ of HR is not equivalent to the implementation of concrete HR-based development plans. Mainstreaming HR is not about
Saturday, 24 February 2018