Forensic medicine and ethics: A workshop on the application of forensic skills to the detection and documentation of human rights violations: Durban July 1998
From 3 to 5 July 1998, at the Holiday Inn in Durban, South Africa, some 70 medical and legal professionals, human rights activists and others drawn from six African countries and from Europe, participated in a workshop on the application of forensic medicine to the documentation and investigation of human rights violations. This report summarises the discussions which took place over the period of the workshop and includes details of the program, a list of participants, and a summary of the workshop evaluation.
Choose a language to view report
- Suspension of Voice TV Highlights Why Thailand must Lift Over-broad Powers to Curtail Press Freedom
- Qatar: Promises yet to be fulfilled: AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL SUBMISSION FOR THE UN UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW, 33RD SESSION OF THE UPR WORKING GROUP, MAY 2019
- Further Information: Egypt: Pre-Trial Detention For Human Rights Defender: Ezzat Ghoniem and Azzoz Mahgoub