Protecting Prisoners: The Standards of the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture in Context

By Rodney Morgan; Malcolm D. Evans | Go to book overview

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Roland Bank is Research Fellow at the Max-Planck Institute for Comparative Public and International Law.

Malcolm D. Evans is Professor of Public International Law, Faculty of Law, University of Bristol.

Semih Gemalmaz is Professor of Human Rights Law and Public Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Istanbul, Turkey.

Agnes Kover is senior legal adviser and researcher at the Constitutional and Legal Policy Institute, Budapest.

Rod Morgan is Professor of Criminal Justice, Faculty of Law, University of Bristol.

Jim Murdoch is Head of the School of Law at the University of Glasgow. His main research interests lie in the general field of human rights. He is a regular contributor to seminars organized by the Council of Europe in Central and Eastern Europe.

Stephan Parmentier is a Professor of Criminology and Human Rights, Faculty of Law, Catholic University of Leuven.

Wolfgang Peukert is Head of Case-Law and Research Unit at the European Court of Human Rights. The views expressed in his contribution are personal and the author wishes to thank the editors for their editorial assistance.

Eric Prokosch Ph.D., is theme research co-ordinator at Amnesty International and was responsible for co-ordinating AI's second Campaign for the Abolition of Torture in 1984-5.

Piet Van Reenan is Chief Inspector of Law Enforcement in the Dutch Ministry of Justice and Professor at the University of Utrecht.

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