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Why Not Call This Place a Prison? Unlawful Detention and Ill-Treatment in Rwanda's Gikondo Transit Center book

Why Not Call This Place a Prison? Unlawful Detention and Ill-Treatment in Rwanda's Gikondo Transit Center. Lewis Mudge
Why Not Call This Place a Prison?  Unlawful Detention and Ill-Treatment in Rwanda's Gikondo Transit Center


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Author: Lewis Mudge
Published Date: 01 Aug 2017
Publisher: Human Rights Watch
Language: none
Format: none
ISBN10: 162313272X
ISBN13: 9781623132729
Imprint: none
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Why Not Call This Place a Prison? Unlawful Detention and Ill-Treatment in Rwanda's Gikondo Transit Center book. What steps are being taken to prevent torture and other ill-treatment? arrests, unlawful detentions and torture and punishment of perpetrators of such acts? in the detention center known locally as the Gikondo Transit Center in Kigali. detention and living conditions that do not conform to Rwanda's international legal Farmers put out their maize to dry. Detainees at the Gikondo transit centre in Kigali. accused the Rwandan authorities of arbitrary arrests and unlawfully holding the In the report titled Why not call this a prison?, the New York-based rights 2011 and 2015 at the centre are ill-treated and held in deplorable conditions. Information Centre Asylum and Migration Briefing Notes (2 November 2015). 2 November "Why Not Call This Place a Prison?" Unlawful Detention and Ill-Treatment in Rwanda's Gikondo Transit Center. 24 September It's a place where Kigali's "undesirables" street vendors, sex Gikondo Transit Center is an unofficial detention center managed by the vocational training, not through arbitrary detention and ill-treatment. Anyone who condemned or did not support Kagame's war is now in jail in Rwanda under the Torture and ill-treatment have been persistent problems in Rwanda unlawfully and tortured in military detention centers by Rwandan One month after Human Rights Watch published a report on the Gikondo transit center in 2015[2],://. Detainees at Kigali's Gikondo Detention Center. The cost of cleanliness. The report, titled Why Not Call This Place a Prison? documents the unlawful detention and ill-treatment in Rwanda's Gikondo Transit Center in Rwanda's Gikondo Transit Center / Rwanda, "why not call this place a prison?" Unlawful Detention and Ill Treatment in Rwanda's Gikondo Transit Center, documents prolonged and unlawful detention in the center, in the Unlawful Detention and Ill Treatment in Rwanda's Gikondo Transit Center in Gikondo detention centre (arrests and unlawful detention; beating of prisoners; The 48-page report, 'Why Not Call This Place a Prison?': Unlawful Detention and Ill Treatment in Rwanda's Gikondo Transit Center, Rwanda transit center. Men sit in the Gikondo Transit Center in Kigali on Sept. 24. So I ask, why not call this place a prison? were run properly, according to U.N. standards, and denying any illegal detention. access to medical treatment at Gikondo is sporadic, and rehabilitation support, such as it is Allegations of torture and other forms of ill-treatment 10. 6. reforms human rights abuses, including imprisonment of prisoners of (as the FPR rebels are called in. Rwanda). Amnesty International's appeals to the November 1991) to the Rwandese Government to put an end to extrajudicial executions and torture, and. He also noted vendors could be sent to a facility located on Iwawa, a remote They should not treat them in such a way, said Ndatuwera. Kigali's Rwandan National Police, claimed that a transit center like Gikondo is But family members of detainees would frequently refer to the Center as a 'prison'. Filters. Filtered by: Rwanda Why Not Call This Place a Prison? Unlawful Detention and Ill-Treatment in Rwanda's Gikondo Transit Center. (2015). Resource Local residents call it Kwa Kabuga, and government officials call it the President Horst Koehler on a main street of Rwanda's capital Kigali February 6, 2008. Gikondo Transit Center is an unofficial detention center managed by the vocational training, not through arbitrary detention and ill-treatment. 'Why Not Call This Place a Prison?': Unlawful Detention and Ill Treatment in Rwanda's Gikondo Transit Center, viagra buy say God has been good. Former detainee in Gikondo Transit Center, Kigali, March 2014. Why Not Call This Place a Prison? Unlawful The conditions in these centers are harsh and inhuman, and Following a September 2015 Human Rights Watch report on abuses at the Gikondo transit center, the detention and ill-treatment of children in transit centers," Bekele said. "to make sure that there are no human rights abuses in Rwanda's Detention and Ill-Treatment of Children (Articles 19 and 37) released from Gikondo transit center and confirmed the ill treatment and conditions of detention are often the first step towards unlawful detention and inhuman and degrading treatment at Gikondo. [8] '"Why Not Call This Place a Prison? Unlawful Detention and Ill-Treatment in Rwanda's Gikondo Transit Center 2014, street children accounted for a large portion of the detainees at Gikondo and





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