PROJECT OVERVIEW

Enhancing Human Rights Protections in the Security Sector in the Asia Pacific Project


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PREVENTING HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS

A How-To Guide to Delivering a Prevention Program


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ISSUES PAPER 1

International Legal Frameworks and Existing Approaches to Preventing Torture


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ISSUES PAPER 2

Exploring the Root Causes of Torture.


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ISSUES PAPER 3

Human Rights in the Sri Lankan Law Enforcement and Security Sector


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ISSUES PAPER 4

Human Rights in the Nepali Law Enforcement and Security Sector


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ISSUES PAPER 5

Organisational and Normative Change in the Security Sector


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ISSUES PAPER 6

From Structural Analysis to Structural Intervention


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ISSUES PAPER 7

Case Studies from Nepal and Sri Lanka: Human Rights Protection Facilitator Projects


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ISSUES PAPER 8

Measuring Change: Evaluating a Torture Prevention Project


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ISSUES PAPER 9

Human Rights in the Sri Lankan Law Enforcement Sector – Puttalam District


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VIOLENCE IN THE CITY

For millions of people around the world, violence, or the fear of violence, is a daily reality. Much of this violence concentrates in urban centers1 in the devel- oping world. These cities are home to half of the world’s population and are expected to absorb almost all new population growth over the next 25 years (UN-HABITAT 2007). In many cases, the scale of urban violence can eclipse that of open warfare. Some of the world’s highest homicide rates occur in countries that …


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OVERSIGHT OF THE SECURITY SECTOR

This handbook for civil society organizations on public oversight of the security sector collects expe- riences from around the world and formulates practical guidance for civil society on how to help make the security sector not only law-abiding but also transparent and accountable to society. This hand- book contains a wealth of information, which …


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TurningPoints: Because ending poverty requires the end of violence!