Reporting is an essential element of the human rights monitoring cycle. Although reports can take many forms and follow different approaches, there are several basic principles that you should apply while writing a report to make it more structured, clear and concise.
Report writing is not an art, that is an important thing you must know. Learn about the do’s and don’t s of report writing. Keep it crisp, factual and well-structured to maximize impact.
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1. Writing the final report is the final stage of a human rights monitoring exercise:Correct! Wrong!
The first part in a good report consists of:Correct! Wrong!
3. A good set of recommendations is:Correct! Wrong!
4. A well written report should be connecting with the reader at an emotional level, it should use language that emphasizes the suffering of victims.Correct! Wrong!