Attitudes to torture: Stop Torture global survey
This survey of more than 21,000 people in 21 countries across every continent reveals that nearly half of respondents fear torture if taken into custody. The findings detailed in this document also show, for example, that the vast majority of respondents believe there should be clear laws against torture. The survey was conducted for Amnesty International by the global research consultancy GlobeScan and its research partners in each country.
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- Sudan: Opposition member alleges torture in Sudan prison: Radwan Daoud
- Guatemala: The killing of another community leader underscores the urgent need for a policy for the protection of human rights defenders
- Bahrain: Further Information: Human Rights Defender's appealed sentence upheld: Nabeel Rajab