OPCAT Special Fund - Call for Applications, 2011-2012

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OPCAT Special Fund - Call for Applications, 2011-2012
OPCAT Special Fund - Call for Applications, 2011-2012
Table of projects approved so far by OHCHR Grants Committee
Project’s summary
Country
1.
Benin
2.
Honduras
3.
Honduras
4.
Maldives
5.
Maldives*
6.
Mexico
7.
Paraguay
8.
Paraguay
9.
Paraguay
The implementation of recommendations concerning
juveniles in detention.
Training on human rights standards and prevention of
torture for prison staff.
Technical support to the National Preventive Mechanism
in Honduras and training to judges, prosecutors and public
defenders.
The notification of fundamental rights to foreign detainees
in their local languages
Strengthening NPM’s work through the organization of a
Second National Dialogue on the Prevention of Torture
The provision of training on the use of the Istanbul
Protocol
The systematization of police records
Applicant
NGO, “World Against Torture”
partnership with local NGO “ESAM”
Ministry of Justice and Human Rights
Grant’s
amount
in $US 19,539
$US 20,000
Regional Office of APT in Panama
$US 14,847
The Human Rights Commission of the
Maldives (NPM)
APT-Geneva in partnership with the
NPM
NGO “Colectivo contra la Tortura y la
Impunidad”.
The Ministry of Interior.
$US 13,200
To design “Fair Trial Indicators” allowing the monitoring The Supreme Court of Justice
of constitutional guarantees of lawful detention and the
presumption of innocence.
Supporting the work of the national body in charge of the The Ministry of Justice and Labour
selection of the future NPM’s Commissioners.
$US 20,000
$US 19,807
$US 19,984
$US 20,000
$US 19,500
$US 166,977
*
Project subsequently cancelled.

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