Combating Torture: a manual for action
This manual for action is about the fight against torture. It brings together the ideas, the techniques, the achievements, the standards of governmental behaviour and the means of implementing those standards that have emerged from the efforts of anti-torture activists around the world over the past 25 years and more. The hope is that people and organizations around the world concerned about torture will benefit from learning what others have done, thus strengthening the fight against torture.
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