USA: International Protection for Guantánamo’s Victims
The detention camp at Guantánamo Bay casts a dark shadow on the USA's human rights record. If it is to be closed, just and lawful solutions must be found for all the detainees. Wherever they are accepted, the detainees require guarantees of both their physical and legal safety in order for them to begin rebuilding their lives in dignity. Governments able to offer a lawful, humane and sustainable solution to what has become an international scandal should act immediately.
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