Conclusions and Recommendations of the UN Committee against Torture

Eleventh to Twenty-second Sessions (1993-1999)

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Editor: Leif Holmström

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' This is a must for any human rights collection because of its convenient portrayal of the exchange between States and the UN entity charged with the task of collecting information and reacting to the respective reports on the observance of essential human rights in member nations.' ASIL Newsletter, January 2001.

Table of contents

Preface. Foreword. United Nations Committee Against Torture. Conclusions and Recommendations. Eleventh to twenty-second sessions (1993-1999). Algeria. Second periodic report (1996). Argentina. Third periodic report (1996). Armenia. Initial report (1995). Bulgaria. Second periodic report (1998). Chile. Second periodic report (1994). China. Second periodic report (1995). Colombia. Second periodic report (1995). Croatia. Initial report (1996). Second periodic report (1998). Cuba. Initial report (1996). Cyprus. Initial report (1993). Second periodic report (1996). Czech Republic. Initial report (1994). Denmark. Second periodic report (1995). Third periodic report (1996). Ecuador. Second periodic report (1993). Egypt. Second periodic report (1993). Third periodic report (1998). Finland. Second periodic report (1995). France. Second periodic report (1996). Georgia. Initial report (1996). Germany. Second periodic report (1996). Greece. Second periodic report (1993). Guatemala. Initial report/additional information (1994/1995). Second periodic report (1997). Hungary. Third periodic report (1998). Iceland. Initial report (1998). Israel. Initial report (1994). Special report (1996/1997). Second periodic report (1998). Italy. Second periodic report (1994). Third periodic report (1998). Jordan. Initial report (1994). Korea, Republic of. Initial report (1996). Kuwait. Initial report (1997). Libyan Arab Jamahiriya. Second periodic report (1994). Third periodic report (1998). Liechtenstein. Initial report (1994). Second periodic report (1998). Luxembourg. Second periodic report (1998). Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic of. Initial report (1998). Malta. Initial report (1996). Mauritius. Initial report (1994/1995). Second periodic report (1998). Mexico. Third periodic report (1996). Monaco. Initial report (1994). Morocco. Initial report (1994). Second periodic report (1998). Namibia. Initial report (1996). Nepal. Initial report (1993). Netherlands. Second periodic report (1994/1995). New Zealand. Second periodic report (1997). Norway. Third periodic report (1997). Panama. Third periodic report (1997). Paraguay. Initial report (1993). Second periodic report (1996). Peru. Initial report (1994). Second periodic report (1997). Poland. Initial report (1993). Second periodic report (1996). Portugal. Initial report (1993). Second periodic report (1996). Russian Federation. Second periodic report (1996). Senegal. Second periodic report (1995). Spain. Third periodic report (1996). Sri Lanka. Initial report (1997). Sweden. Third periodic report (1996). Switzerland. Second periodic report (1993). Third periodic report (1996). Tunisia. Second periodic report (1997). Ukraine. Third periodic report (1996). United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Second periodic report (1995). Third periodic report (1998). Uruguay. Second periodic report (1996). Venezuela. Initial report (1998). Yugoslavia. Initial report (1998). Annex. Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment.

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