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Using the Human Rights Guide
The Human Rights Guide is intended for informative and educational use only and designed for general guidance and self-help. By this, we mean:
— This website aims to offer help for understanding human rights in specific situations. However, as legal questions are complex, this website should not be considered as the main source for appropriate legal aid in a particular individual case. For these purposes, further tailored advice should be sought from a legal professional, relevant institution, or competent organisation.
— Whilst the content of this website explains rights and legal concepts and mentions procedures and law, it must not be considered or referred to as a legal text in itself.
— The content of this website is of an informative nature and has no legal force. Therefore, this website should not be referred to as an official legal source.
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