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So now we know: What comes after the Torture Report?
11 décembre 2014

So now we know. Some of it at least. Despite the redactions and the fact that the full report may itself never be made public, what is there, in the pages of the summary, is enough to shock and to horrify even the most hardened of commentators.

Plus
A Human Rights Action Plan for Malaysia
4 décembre 2014
Une invitation à réfléchir sur les réalités de la détention – l'exemple français
29 octobre 2014
Court rules Britain no safe haven for torturers
17 octobre 2014
Still time for Australia to kick the OPCAT wheels into motion
16 septembre 2014
Blowing the whistle on torture
30 juillet 2014
Coupe du monde: Prévention de la torture à Rio de Janeiro
10 juillet 2014
Thailand under martial law must uphold its commitments against torture
27 mai 2014
3 good reasons why journalists should care about the prevention of torture
2 mai 2014
Helping with torture: the changing definition of complicity
10 mars 2014
What’s wrong with using torture-tainted intelligence?
18 février 2014
Prevention key to avoid new "Wheels of Torture"
7 février 2014

About APT Blog
This blog provides a platform for APT staff members to share their insights, views and analysis on issues related to the prevention of torture around the world. The views expressed in the blog are those of the individual contributors and do not necessarily reflect APT’s position. We welcome your suggestions and comments to Rosita Ericsson, rericsson@apt.ch