U.N. Human Rights Commission Implementation Flaws

Discusses various problems connected with implementation frailties and exposes the consequences of such weak strategies.

Human Rights Commission was formed by the United Nations to monitor the activities of member states especially the ones with poor human rights conditions. But over the years, it has been noticed that United Nations has failed to exercise its influence on countries that have been blatantly violating provisions of human rights Charter. When we delve deeper into this issue, we learn that the real cause of this failure is inherent flaws in the implementation strategies. Not only has the organization failed to make its various operations more efficient, it is also been accused of granting membership without following proper screening procedures. The paper discusses these problems and others.