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Custodial torture in Asia has to be addressed
Parliamentarians, former ministers, civil society leaders and bureaucrats representing Asian states will meet this week to seek a political consensus and a firm commitment of adequate resources for justice institution reforms to end torture.
This one day seminar is a unique opportunity for people involved with victims or who wish to learn the cross-cultural perspectives on general victimology, the victims of organized violence and trauma rehabilitation and gain a broad understanding of these areas. Free admission.
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RehabilitationDIGNITY helps victims of torture and their families to a better life.
Prevention of torture in detentionDIGNITY works to ensure that people who are imprisoned or placed in other closed institutions have a dignified life.
URBAN VIOLENCEDIGNITY works to ensure that people living in unsafe slum areas can lead safer and dignified lives.
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