News from ICLMG

Briefing to the Committee against Torture, 48th Session, May 2012 on the Omar Khadr case

Submitted by ICLMG and Lawyers’ Rights Watch Canada

Re: Canada’s failure to comply with obligations under the Convention against Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman and Degrading Treatment or Punishment to prevent, prosecute, and remedy the torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment of Canadian citizen Omar Khadr during his ongoing detention at Guantánamo Naval Base, Cuba. 

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Submission of Information to the Committee Against Torture (CAT) for the Examination of Canada’s 6th Report

Submitted by ICLMG and endorsed by the Canadian Association of University Teachers 

The ICLMG submits that certain Canadian policies, practices and cases contravene multiple provisions of the “Convention Against Torture”. In this respect, we request the Committee to take note of the following information which we urge the committee to use in formulating questions, comments, observations and recommendations when Canada’s 6th Report comes up for its S.19 examination during May 2012. 

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