How can the Ombudsman for the Defence Forces help to protect the human rights and fundamental freedoms of Armed Forces Personnel”

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Some reading and references.

Abraham Henry J, (1960) A People’s Watchdog against the Abuse of Power, Public Administration Review, Vol. 20 No. 3 pp. 152 - 157

Gardiner, Leslie The Royal Oak Courts Martial. (1965) London, William Blackwood

Geraghty Michael (2010), The Soldier – A Citizen in Uniform: Is the Irish Defence Forces ahead of the Game? MA (LMDS,) National University of Ireland Maynooth, Ireland.

Longmore, Paul K., The Invention of George Washington, University Press of Virginia, Virginia, USA, 1999

McStay Kevin (2009), More Right Than Wrong? A Examination of the Grievance Procedures in the Irish Defence Forces, MA (LMDS,) National University of Ireland Maynooth, Ireland

OSCE/ODIHR (2008) Handbook on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms of Armed Forces Personnel, OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, Warsaw, Poland

Reif Linda C. (2004) The ombudsman, good governance, and the international human rights system, Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands.

Rowe, Peter, The impact of Human Rights Law on the Armed Forces, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Sherman Edward F., (1973) Military Justice Without Military Control, The Yale Law Journal, Vol. 82 No.7 pp. 1408 -1409

Stillman Richard, (1974) Racial Unrest in the Military: The Challenge and the Response, Public Administration Review, Vol. 34, No. 3 pp. 221 -229

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