|1.||Rodley, Nigel S. : The treatment of prisoners under international law, 1999|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
The treatment of prisoners under international law / Rodley, Nigel S.. - 2. ed.., xxix, 479 p.. - Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1999.
ABSTRACT: The chapters are:. 1. The response of the United Nations General Assembly to the challenge of torture. 2. The leagl prohibiton of torture and other ill-treatment. 3. What constitutes torture andother ill-treatment? 4. The legal consequences of torture and other ill-treatment. 5. International remedies for torture and other ill-treatment. 6. Extra-legal executions. 7. The death penalty. 8. 'Disappeared' prisoners : unacknowledged detention. 9. Conditions of imprisonment or detention. 10. Corporal punishment. 11. Guarantees against abuses of the human person : arbitrary arrest and detention. 12. International codes of ethics for professionals. 13. General conclusion - an agenda.
GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Argentina / Austria / Belgium / Cameroon / Chile / Colombia / Costa Rica / Cyprus / Denmark / Dominican Republic / Ecuador / Egypt / France / Germany / Greece / Guatemala / Guinea / Hawaii / Honduras / India / Iran / Israel / Jamaica / Libya / Madagascar / Morocco / Namibia / Netherlands / Northern Ireland / Norway / Pakistan / Paraguay / Peru / Philippines / Russian Federation / Rwanda / Saudi Arabia / South Africa / Spain / Sri Lanka / Sudan / Turkey / USA / Uruguay / Venezuela / Yugoslavia / Zaire / Zimbabwe
NOTE (GENERAL): Declaration on the protection of all persons from being subjected to torture andother cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment (full text); CAT (full text); Inter-American convention to prevent and punish torture (full text); ECPT (full text); Standard minimum rules for the treatment of prisoners (full text); Body of principles for the protection of all persons under any form of detention or imprisonment; Code of conduct for law enforcement officials; Basic principles on the use of force and firearms by law enforcement officials; Declaration on the police; Principles of medical ethics relevant to the role of health personnel, particularly physicians in the protection of prisoners and detainees against torture and other crule, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment; principles on the effective prevention and investigation of extra-legal, arbitrary and summary executions; Declaration on the protection of all persons from enforced disappearance; Inter-American convention on the forced disappearance of persons; Geneva conventions; ECHR; AMR; ACHPR; ADRD; UN charter; CRC; Genocide convention; ICCPR;