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REDRESS

REDRESS is a human rights organisation that helps torture survivors obtain justice and reparation. REDRESS works with survivors to help restore their dignity and to make torturers accountable. Its mission is to obtain justice for survivors of torture, to hold accountable the governments and individuals who perpetrate torture, and to develop the means of ensuring compliance with International standards and securing remedies for victims. Website: www.redress.org
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Torture in Bahrain: the case of Mr. Jaafar Al Hasabi

10 April 2014 | Publisher: REDRESS | Document type: Legal Articles/Analyses/Commentaries

Universal Periodic Review, Bahrain, 13th Session May-June 2012 : Submission by the Redress Trust

21 November 2011 | Publisher: REDRESS | Document type: Country Reports

Reparation for Torture: Bahrain

19 May 2010 | Publisher: REDRESS | Document type: Country Reports

Bahrain: Codifying repression and dictatorship

23 August 2009 | Publisher: REDRESS | Document type: Commentaries

Parliamentary Human Rights Group Seminar: Bahrain; failed political experiment, serious HR violations

21 August 2008 | Publisher: REDRESS | Document type: Country Reports

Submission of the REDRESS Trust to the Meeting on Bahrain: The House of Lords

17 August 2004 | Publisher: REDRESS | Document type: Country Reports

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