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Acknowledgments
The initial drafts of this document were provided
to the ODIHR’s Anti-Torture programme and Penal
Reform International (PRI) by Sharon Critoph,
consultant on human rights and penal reform,
and Andrea Huber, Policy Director, Penal Reform
International (PRI). Contributing throughout the
development of the guidance document was
Olivia Rope, Policy and Programme Manager,
Penal Reform International (PRI).
Contribution to the development of the Guidance
Document was made by a group of international
and national experts and practitioners, through
a number of meetings held in 2017, including
representatives of the United Nations Office on
Drugs and Crime, Office of the United Nations High
Commissioner for Human Rights, United Nations
Development Programme, European Committee
for the Prevention of Torture, Council of Europe’s
Council for Penological Co-operation and leading
civil society organisations.
The publication of this guidance document was
made possible thanks to extra budgetary funding
provided to ODIHR’s Anti-Torture programme.
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