Accueil Ressources Blog 2013

Independent monitoring crucial as police responds to protests in Brazil
17 décembre 2013
Luz de Souza

During the mass demonstrations that have occurred in major Brazilian cities since June 2013, the police response has been, as usual in this country, violent and repressive, resulting in many injuries and the arrest of hundreds of people.

Balancing security and dignity in prisons
12 novembre 2013
Personnes LGBTI en détention : préjugés, discriminations et abus
30 octobre 2013
Plus jamais ça : les amis de Faysal Baraket poursuivent leur combat pour la justice
8 octobre 2013
Erwin James: "We need more openness in prisons!"
17 septembre 2013
Chinese reflection on alternatives to torture
8 août 2013
Journée internationale Nelson Mandela: hommage au héros international
18 juillet 2013
Where is Turkey’s NPM when it is needed?
28 juin 2013
Stepping into the shoes of a torture victim
7 juin 2013
Vieillir et mourir en prison, ou l’épineuse question de la dignité en détention
23 mai 2013
About time! Reasons to ratify the Convention against Torture
16 mai 2013
Bringing about positive culture change in detention
25 avril 2013
Women in detention: towards gender-sensitive monitoring
8 mars 2013
Tonga: Is lack of capacity a valid reason?
25 février 2013
Oscars fever: Time to take a stand against torture
22 février 2013
UN torture resolution: another advocacy tool?
31 janvier 2013

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