Monitoring human rights in the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery

This report examines the human rights challenges that have emerged during the Canterbury earthquake recovery, and calls for human rights standards to be the essential foundation for a fair and just recovery.
 
There have been many positive responses, but continuing to respond to the on-going human rights challenges is a key part of the recovery process.

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