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

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Index
Albania:
Council of Europe12 n. 24
Airey Neave Trust v, ix
Antilles:
CPT visits/reports 52 n. 22, 60 nn. 181& 186, 61 nn. 194-5, 62 n. 200, 65 n. 231, 73, 76 n. 311, 88 n. 10, 221
Amnesty International:
mandate 40 n. 51
relations with CPT v, viii, 25
work of 158, 167-77
APT (formerly SCAT):
and formation of ECPT v, 3, 12
relations with CPT 36 n. 28
Aruba:
CPT visits/reports 46 n. 77, 61 nn. 197-8, 63 n. 214, 65 nn. 241&243, 66, 70 n. 267, 88 n. 10, 221
asylum seekers:
deportation 52-3, 88 n. 14
detention 49-53, 184, 187-9, 208, 210, 269
see alsoprisoners: foreign nationals
Austria:
CPT visits/reports 35 n. 20, 41 n. 54, 45 n. 74, 49 n. 104, 58 n. 161, 59 n. 177, 60 n. 179, 65 n. 234, 69 n. 264, 70 n. 270, 72 nn. 278&280-1, 104 n. 4, 110 nn. 34&38, 112 n. 51, 117 nn. 80&85, 134 n. 152, 162-3
Belgium:
CPT visits/reports viii, 42 n. 58, 47 n. 88, 49 nn. 97-9, 50 nn. 110-11, 52 n. 122, 58 n. 158, 65 n. 234, 69 n. 264, 71 n. 274, 72 n. 285, 74, 76 nn. 312-13, 80 n. 341, 91-2, 112 n. 51, 128-30, 181-95
Dutroux scandal 188
ill-treatment by police 182-3, 184
impact of CPT reports 194-5
use of imprisonment 186
Bulgaria:
CPT visits/reports 34 n. 19, 35-6, 39 nn. 48-9, 42 n. 56, 46, 47 n. 88, 49 n. 99, 54 n. 130, 59 n. 178, 64 nn. 219&222, 65 n. 239, 66 n. 245, 68 n. 258, 69 n. 264, 70 n. 271, 72 nn. 284-5, 80 n. 337, 117 n. 84, 125 nn. 113-14.
Cassese, Antonio 23 n. 69, 28, 36 n. 32, 39 n. 45, 81, 135, 165
cells:
alarms 60, 72
conditions 48-9, 60-1, 214
facilities/furnishings 60-1, 71-2
police 48-9
size 48-9, 57-8, 105, 108, 203
CPT:
access to information 222-3, 227-8
allegations of ill-treatment 159-60
and CAT 164
dialogue with states 17-19, 27, 191-5, 229
and ECHR vii, 6, 7, 25, 31, 33, 38, 41, 161-2
experts, use of 14, 16, 110 n. 42
ill-treatment 31-81
inhuman and degrading, understanding of 23-4, 57, 58-9, 93-5, 119-20, 128, 144, 226
'jurisprudence' vi, 8-9, 22-8, 31-81, 103-35, 144, 230, 232
mass media 246, 248-50, 251-6
membership 11-14
Secretariat 16-17, 19
torture, understanding of 7-9, 23, 33- 40
CPT Public Statements 5, 19, 241-5, 257-60, 261
CPT reports:
publication of 18-19, 104, 239-40
recommendations 27, 45-7
CPT visits:
delegations, composition of 16
forms of 14-15, 53, 86
notification of 15
programme of 6-7, 14-15
restrictions on 222-3, 227-8
scope of 3-7, 20
Council of Europe:
Legal Affairs Committee3, 13 n. 35, 14, 17 n. 48
see alsoECHR and ECPT
Cyprus:
CPT visits/reports 18 n. 54, 34 n. 19, 35 n. 21, 46, 60 n. 184, 62 n. 203, 65 nn. 236-7, 70 nn. 266&269, 75, 94-5, 113 n. 57
torture 94-5

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