CTI, REDRESS and the Commonwealth Secretariat release report on Online Workshop for Commonwealth Caribbean Countries on UNCAT Ratification, Legislative Reform and Reporting
Register here to join REDRESS, the Essex Transitional Justice Network, and Queen’s University Belfast for an important discussion on the impact of the UN Basic Principles and Guidelines on the Right to Remedy and Reparations for Victims of Gross Violations of International Humanitarian Law.
On 1-3 December, nine Caribbean countries, involving 23 government representatives, took part in an online workshop organised by the Convention against Torture Initiative, REDRESS and the Commonwealth Secretariat, hosted by the Governments of Chile and Grenada. The workshop was designed to support Caribbean governments to ratify, implement and report under the UN Convention against Torture and focused specifically on drafting cogent legal provisions for the criminalisation, prosecution and prevention of acts of torture and other ill-treatment.
17 NOVEMBER 2020, 1 PM – 2 PM (GMT) Simultaneous translation: French, English, Arabic. Register here Join a conversation on transitional justice in Sudan on a side event on the margins of the 67th Ordinary Session of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights. The 2018… Read More
Donate to #TeamREDRESS The London Marathon may look a bit different this year. For John, it’s Gladstone Park and Welsh Harp Reservoir instead of Greenwich and Westminster. For Chris, it’s the usual route, but in reverse, and starting in the small hours of the morning. But their… Read More
Register here 26 AUGUST 2020 4PM-5PM (East Africa) | 1PM-2PM (West Africa) | 3-4 PM (South Africa/EU) Simultaneous translation: French, English, Arabic. Join a discussion on the struggle faced by victims of enforced disappearances in Africa to obtain justice, truth and reparations. The practice of enforced disappearances… Read More
Next week, REDRESS will join human rights and civil society organisations in The Hague for the annual session of the Assembly of States Parties (ASP). Serving as the governing body of the International Criminal Court (ICC) the ASP meets in full plenary once a year to discuss and decide upon… Read More
Enforced disappearances in Africa will be the focus of a panel that will take place today during the 65th ordinary session of the African Commission on Human and People’s Rights. The panel is being organised by REDRESS jointly with the Committee for the Prevention of Torture in Africa (CPTA) and… Read More