The Center's Anti-Torture Initiative hosted an expert panel on torture during interrogations at the 72nd Session of United Nations General Assembly. Read more
The Center's Anti-Torture Program works to combat and prevent torture and other ill-treatment by engaging civil society and academia in discussion about how to increase compliance with international law and by teaching the current legal framework against torture to future lawyers, policymakers, and judges. The program focuses on two main initiatives, the Anti-Torture Initiative and the Kovler Project Against Torture, which employ diverse methodologies, programming, and best practices to promote public dialogue and education about torture and other ill-treatment.
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We're pleased to announce that Prof. of Law and Dir. of Int'l Human Rights Law Clinic, Anita Sinha, joins the Center this fall as a faculty co-director. Read more