The Torture Reporting Handbook
How to document and respond to allegations of torture within the international system for the protection of human rights
By Camille Giffard
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Due to very high demand, existing stocks of the English version of the Torture Reporting Handbook have been exhausted, with outstanding orders exceeding the number of copies available. We are currently awaiting a decision from the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office regarding the possibility of a further print run. Any new orders placed will be registered pending this decision but please be aware that it may not be possible to fill them for some time, if at all. Some copies are being held at British Embassies and High Commissions throughout the world. In the first instance, we would therefore advise you to contact your nearest Embassy or High Commission in the hope that they may be able to supply you with a copy. Please continue to express an interest in the Handbook, particularly to your local British representatives, as continuing high demand may increase the likelihood of a further print run.
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