Through a series of blog posts DIGNITY consultant Jo Baker looks into the challenges, risks and discrimination faced...
An Albanian prison – under the leadership of a director passionate about rehabilitation – has become a...
Prosecutors and judges play an important role in the fight against torture. DIGNITY collaborates closely with the...
This research report is a praxis paper on how to best address the problem of torture and organised violence in poor...
Process and pattern in institutional reforms : a case study of the Police Pacifying Units (UPPs) in BrazilDenyer Willis, GrahamMota Prado, Mariana : Elsevier, 2014. - p. 232-242
Examining the sustainability of pattern or practice police misconduct reformChanin, Joshua M. : Sage, 2014. - p. 1-30 : tabs, charts
Evaluating the psychosocial components of a humanitarian project : describing the effect of an intervention in relation to psychosocial problemsAnonymous : Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2014. - p. 442-446
An examination of the effect of a policy change on police use of TASERsBishopp, Stephen A.Klinger, David... : Sage, 2014. - p. 1-20 : tabs, charts
The power of human rights tribunals : compliance with the European Court of Human Rights and domestic policy changeHillebrecht, Courtney : Sage, 2014. - p. 1-24 : charts, tabs
A regionalisation initiative started by DIGNITY
A research study on the needs, vulnerabilities and violations of women in prisons and prison communities in Albania,...
Edited by Jone Schanche Olsen, Jan Ole Haagensen, Ane-Grethe Madsen and Finn Rasmussen.
Studying the PRIVA-RCT Project 1999-2003.
Johansen ML: In the Borderland - Palestinian Parents navigating Danish Welfare State Interventions. Ph.D. thesis,...
An old adage says that ”prevention is better than cure”. This is especially true of torture and organised violence,...
In developing countries where torture is perpetrated, there are few resources for the provision of therapeutic...
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