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Golden, Director, Prisoners' Rights Project, Washington Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs (WLC), and one of the legal co-counsel on the lawsuit stated.
Willow Katz, long-term prisoners' rights, women's, LGBTIQ, and social justice activist, is a member of Sin Barras, Global Women's Strike, Haiti Action Committee, and WILPF Santa Cruz.
As of April 1, there were 186 Palestinians being held in administrative detention in Israeli jails, including nine Palestinian Legislative Council members, according to the prisoners' rights group Addameer.
Hassan is from Saffa village near Ramallah and is a well-known activist working on youth issues and prisoners' rights.
Members said the law wasn't clear about the role and responsibilities of ministry personnel in correctional facilities, how prisoners' rights would be guaranteed and the powers of the minister.
The European Court of Human Rights held unanimously that the controversial sentences, which Ken Clarke as Justice Secretary announced he was scrapping last year, breached prisoners' rights to liberty and security.
The European Court of Human Rights held unanimously that the controversial sentences, which former Justice Secretary Ken Clarke announced he was scrapping last year, breached prisoners' rights to liberty and security.
Liberated prisoner Bishr al-Maqt, Sidki's brother, pointed out to the procedures in the Israeli prisons, adding that the Israeli practices are flagrant violation of the prisoners' rights.
Prisoners' rights campaigners say high numbers are sent to prison charged with offences that do not merit a custodial sentence.
Cases involving detainees and prisoners' rights accounted for the second highest number of cases, 69 in total.
Liam Herrick, of the Irish Penal Reform Trust, said: "The incidents recounted in the Dochas Centre report represent grave violations of prisoners' rights, including the humiliation and degrading treatment of women.
Haiti's understaffed prison services will benefit from nearly 300 new recruits, thanks to a United Nations-backed training program covering all elements needed for the job, from psychological understanding to respect for prisoners' rights to knowing when to use force, reports Caribbean News Now (Sept.