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Honduras: interview with representatives from Honduran civil society organizations attending the CAT sessionPlay

Honduras: interview with representatives from Honduran civil society organizations attending the CAT session

For the review of Honduras during the 58th session of the Committee Against Torture (CAT), Rubenia Galeano (Judge from the Association of Judges for Democracy), Joaquìn Mejìa (Member of

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Le Burundi se défile lors de l’examen spécial du Comité contre la torture : Quelles conséquences pour la société civile ?

Le Burundi se défile lors de l’examen spécial du Comité contre la torture : Quelles conséquences pour la société civile ?     Armel NIYONGERE est avocat et Président de l’ACAT-Burundi (Association des chrétiens

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OMCT E-bulletin – 56th session of the Committee against Torture

OMCT E-bulletin – 56th session of the Committee against Torture

OMCT’s E-Bulletin has the latest news about the UN Committee against Torture, including summaries of the six State reviews at the 56th session and information on the upcoming sessions. The

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Involuntary sterilization: a means of torture against Roma women in Slovakia

During its 55th session held in July-August 2015, the United Nations (UN) Committee against Torture (CAT) issued its Concluding Observations on Slovakia and expressed concern for the ongoing practice

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«Urgent need to prevent transfers to torture»

«Urgent need to prevent transfers to torture» Successful expert briefing on non-refoulement to the UN Committee against Torture On 6 August 2015 during the 55th session of the UN Committee against

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OMCT E-bulletin 55th session of the Committee Against Torture

OMCT E-bulletin 55th session of the Committee Against Torture

To discover what were the Committee’s recommendations to the 3 States reviewed and find useful information for the next session in November 2015 read the latest OMCT E-bulletin The E-bulletin

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