Handbook on Making Intelligence Accountable
To promote intelligence accountability in new democracies and elsewhere, a new publication addresses the principles of intelligence oversight and presents draft legal provisions to govern intelligence. The document is being published in seven languages from Albanian to Ukrainian.
See “Making Intelligence Accountable: Legal Standards and Best Practice for Oversight of Intelligence Agencies” by Hans Born and Ian Leigh, Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF).
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