Prohibition of Torture in UK Law
- Challenges to the Absolute Nature of the Prohibition of Torture and Ill-Treatment
- ‘Their Way of Punishing’ Corporal Punishment by Indigenous Peoples and the Prohibition of Torture
The Committee against Torture: One Step Forward, One Step Back
...... article appraises the Convention against Torture, the role of its Committee, as well as their contribution to the international prohibition of torture and other cruel treatment. Introduction The aim of the Convention against Torture' is to strengthen the existing prohibition ......
Rotten Fruit: State Solicitation, Acceptance, and Use of Information Obtained through Torture by Another State
......The sources of law relied upon include: the comprehensive, absolute, and non-derogable prohibition of torture under treaty and customary international law; rules ascribing individual criminal responsibility for complicity or participation in acts ......
Late modernity: Human rights under pressure?
...... impact of weak state institutions on human rights such as the prohibition of torture; (2) the utilitarian challenge to the validity of core human ......
Prison and the brain: Neuropsychological research in the light of the European Convention on Human Rights
...... insights could be relevant in the context of the prohibition of torture, inhuman and degrading treatment (Article 3 of the European ......
The boundaries of universality - migrant women and domestic violence before the Strasbourg Court
......Taken tog ether, these bias es make the purporte dly absolute prohibition of tort ure as laid down in Article 3 ECHR ma lleable in respect of mig ... in Article 3 of the ECHR: ‘No one shall be subjected to torture or to inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment’. This provision is ......
...... an al y si s o f th e Court’s jurisprudence in the a rea of torture and il l-treatment. Because thi s is an article-s peci c book, a ll ... e prohibition of torture and ill-treatment in the Inter-American human r ights system: ......
I Book Review: Why Not Torture Terrorists? Moral, Practical and Legal Aspects of the ‘Ticking Bomb’ Justification of Torture
......In particular, the absolute prohibition of torture and ot her cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, rmly ensh rined in international hu man rights law and ......
Big brother RIP?
......* freedom of expression; and . * prohibition of torture or inhuman or degrading treatment. . In an employment context, ......
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