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World Cup: Preventing torture in Rio de Janeiro


Thursday, July 10, 2014
Fábio
Simas

What can monitoring bodies do to prevent torture and ill-treatment in situations where mass demonstrations are followed by repression, arrests and arbitrary detentions?

In this video interview, Fábio Simas describes how the Local Preventive Mechanism of Rio de Janeiro responded during the preparations for the World Cup in Brazil.

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Thursday, July 10, 2014  -  Léonard Isler
Parabens pela entre vista do Sr. Fábio Simas!
Je suis à Rio en ce moment aussi ,chez moi
Tout de bon!
Léonard Isler, membre APT
Thursday, July 10, 2014  -  François de Vargas
Good to see that a National Mechanism is able to intervene very quickly after the ill treatment has taken place. I hope it will have some success
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This blog provides a platform for APT staff members and guests to share their insights, views and analysis on issues related to the prevention of torture around the world. The views expressed in the blog are those of the individual contributors and do not necessarily reflect APT’s position.We welcome your suggestions and comments to Rosita Ericsson, rericsson@apt.ch