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close this bookWomen's Rights are Human Rights - A review of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNHCHR, 2000, 36 p.)
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View the documentEDITORIAL - Foreword by the High Commissioner
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View the documentOficina de la Alta Comisionada para los Derechos Humanos en El Salvador
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Since the United Nations Human Rights web site was made accessible globally in English (10 December 1996), and the French and Spanish versions were introduced (10 December 1997), it has been visited by users from over 150 countries worldwide.

The average use of the web site has increased from 1,000 to 20,000 user sessions per week since its launch. As of mid-1999, interested visitors are accessing more than 2 million documents per month, a number that rose to 3 million during the six-week session of the Commission on Human Rights in 2000.

These numbers prove the success of the project, encourage us to meet expectations, and reinforce our commitment to work for its continuing maintenance, improvement and updating.

In the context of this continuing commitment, your comments and/or suggestions play a pivotal role. With this in mind, we have created a special e-mail address:

webadmin.hchr@unog.ch

which appears at the bottom of our home page.

www.unhchr.ch

Depuis sa mise en service en anglais sur le web le 10 dmbre 1996, et l'introduction des versions en frans et espagnol le 10 dmbre 1997, le site du Haut-Commissariat aux droits de l'homme a visitar des utilisateurs de plus de 150 pays ravers le monde.

Depuis son lancement, le nombre moyen d'utilisateurs du site web a passe 1000 0000 par semaine. Depuis la mi-1999, les personnes intss accnt lus de deux millions de documents par mois. Pendant les six semaines de la Commission des droits de l'homme en 2000, ce nombre a pass trois millions.

Ces indications dntrent le succdu projet et nous encouragent enforcer notre engagement, et ccentuer nos efforts pour son amoration et sa mise our.

Vos commentaires et suggestions jouent un rimportant. Dans ce but, nous avons crspalement une adresse ctronique:

webadmin.hchr@unog.ch

os attendons vos remarques.

Printed in France

GE.00-42210-May 2000-13,000

HR/QUATERLY/2000/1

ISSN 1020-6507