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INHHRO conference of Health, human rights, ethics

Amar Jesani


Abstract

The Johannes Wier Foundation for Health and Human Rights hosted a conference of the International Network of Health and Human Rights Organisations (INHHRO) from November 3 to 5, 1995 in the Netherlands. Its objective was to share de& Is of the work done by the organisations associated with the network and to discuss a document titled Making standards work: an international handbook on good prison practices issued by Penal Reform International, The Hague. Representatives from seventeen health and human rights organisations and other invitees participated in this conference. Due to constraints of space, only two issues pertinent for our readers are discussed in this report.

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