Torture, inhuman and degrading treatment: in no circumstances?
Location: The Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building, Bristol, BS8 1RJ
Date and time: 9 November, 18.30-20.00
A fundamental axiom of international human rights law is that the prohibition against torture, inhuman or degrading treatment is absolute and subject to no exceptions whatever. Recent developments have, however, revealed compelling human rights reasons for believing that this is not as self-evident or as clear-cut as has been assumed.
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Organised by: Steven Greer, University of Bristol, Faculty of Social Sciences and Law