To support the work of intergovernmental institutions, many nongovernmental organizations prepare country reports which document the human rights situation in a particular country or region of the world. Below are a number of good sources for country reports.
Special Procedures is a mechanism under the Human Rights Council that examines, monitors, advises and publicly reports on human rights situations in specific countries (country mandates), or on major phenomena of human rights violations worldwide (thematic mandates). Responsibility for a special procedures mechanism can fall to either an individual (Special Rapporteur) or to a working group. Use the resources below from the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights to search for reports of the Special Procedures.