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Research Network for scholars worldwide researching prisons and other institutions of confinement. Funded in 2009 by the Danish institute for Human Rights and DIGNITY
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Brutal beatings, sexual abuse, and electric shocks are being carried out on detainees, including teenage children, in Egypt, according to testimonies gathered by the BBC
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DIGNITY is a strategic partner in the Danish-Arab Partnership Programme under the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Assisting countries in the MENA region with democratic reforms and improving cooperation between Denmark and the Arab region are the objectives.
When and how can political repression and the arbitrary use of force by state security agents be controlled and managed?
The EU must take urgent action to end the continuing closure and impunity in Gaza.
Torture: Asian And Global Perspectives
Free magazine on the issue of torture. Narratives from Asia, interviews with people whose work is related to torture, and essays covering different perspectives about torture. Published by Asian Human Rights Commission and DIGNITY.
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