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Committee Against Torture


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Committee against Torture: Recent Jurisprudence

Recent Decisions of the Committee against Torture Communications Nos. 130/1999 and 131/1999 (Sweden), 2 September 2000

Committee against Torture, Communication No. 21/1995

How Effective is the United Nations Committee Against Torture?

Decisions of the Committee Against Torture under article 22 of the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment

Recent Jurisprudence of the United Nations Committee against Torture and the International Protection of Refugees

Committee Against Torture Communication No. 41/1996 Pauline Muzonzo Paku Kisoki V. Sweden

Cases and comments. Committee against torture. Communication no 97/1997 (Orhan Ayas v Sweden

Cases and comments. Committee against torture. Communication no 88/1997 Avedes Hamayak Korban v Sweden

Cases and comments. Committee against torture. Communication no 91/1997 A v The Netherlands

The convention and the committee against torture: a complementary protection regime for refugees

Committee Against Torture, 16th Session, Geneva, 30 April-10 May 1996

KLEOPAS, Myrna Y. (born 1944), Member, Committee against Torture, Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, 2008–11 (Rapporteur, 2008)

Slyusar v Ukraine, Merits, CAT/C/47/D/353/2008, IHRL 2074 (UNCAT 2011), 14th November 2011, Committee Against Torture [CAT]

ECB v Switzerland, Merits, UN Doc C/46/D/369/2008, IHRL 1647 (UNCAT 2011), 26th May 2011, Committee Against Torture [CAT]

Mondal v Sweden, Merits, UN Doc C/46/D/338/2008, IHRL 1650 (UNCAT 2011), 23rd May 2011, Committee Against Torture [CAT]

AM v Switzerland, Merits, UN Doc CAT/C/25/D/144/1999, (2002) 9 IHRR 36, IHRL 147 (UNCAT 2000), 14th November 2000, Committee Against Torture [CAT]

 

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The committee of ten states with expertise in human rights set up to monitor and supervise the United Nations Convention Against Torture, and other Cruel, Inhuman, or Degrading Treatment or Punishment 1984.

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