From 10-13 August 2015, PRI and the University of Bristol in association with the Association for the Prevention of Torture will be running a Summer School for members and staff of National Preventive Mechanisms on ‘Preventing torture and ill-treatment of female detainees through gender-sensitive monitoring’.
The Summer School will take place in Bristol, UK (2 hours out of London).
The objective of the course is to increase participants’ capacity to address gender aspects in the prevention of torture and ill-treatment, but also to meet and network with experts in the field and representatives from other NPMs. The course will be based on the respective international standard, the UN Rules for the Treatment of Women Prisoners and Non-custodial measures for Women Offenders (‘the Bangkok Rules’).
The course is sponsored by the Danish Government within the Convention against Torture Initiative.
Brief course details:
- Cost: £352.00 (covers all accommodation and meals from Sunday, 9 August, evening until Friday, 14 August morning)
- Maximum number of participants: 25 (if oversubscribed, the organisers may have to limit the number of participants per country)
- Registration deadline: 10 June 2015
Download the course flyer for the agenda and further details.
To register for the course, please fill in the registration form and send to Peter Keeling at email@example.com before 10 June 2015.