Civil Society’s Proposal for Effective Investigation of Torture Cases
May 21, 09:00

Media Center, May 21, 2015: Rights defenders, officials and international experts shared insights on torture prevention, protection of torture victims’ rights and effective investigation in Armenia. 

Before the panel discussion Davit Amiryan, Deputy Director for Programs at Open Society Institutes – Armenia, said the team has been developing a comprehensive package of strategies to handle the change of law implementation and enforcement.

“Actually, the strategies aim to enhance the creation, establishment of mechanisms for effectively investigating torture cases, or making the current mechanisms more efficient. Thus, there are analyses and monitorings being conducted,” Amiryan said.

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