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Preventing torture is a fundamental obligation of every state. States are not only obliged to eliminate torture at home, but they must also refuse to forcibly ...
Report EUR 01/012/2010
In this document Amnesty International makes recommendations to the governments of different states about ratification of International human rights ...
Document IOR 41/008/2010
In this submission, Amnesty International provides information as stipulated in the General Guidelines for the Preparation of Information under the Universal ...
Report EUR 41/013/2009
Incidents of torture and other ill-treatment by law enforcement officials across Spain continue to be reported. A few preventative measures have been ...
Document EUR 41/010/2009
The Spanish authorities need to reform the current system ofinvestigating allegations of torture and other ill-treatment bysecurity forces.
España: Sal en la herida- dos años despues.
SPAIN: BRIEFING TO COMMITTEE AGAINST TORTURE. NOVEMBER 2009 Amnesty International Publications First published ...
Report EUR 41/011/2009
Spain: End Incommunicado detention in Spain (postcard)
Document EUR 41/006/2009
Amnesty International considers that the incommunicado regime in Spanish law is a violation of Spain's obligations under international human rights ...
Report EUR 41/001/2009
Spanish law allows people to be held incommunicado, which means they have no effective access to a lawyer or to a doctor of their choice, and their ...
Document EUR 41/005/2009