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Reassessing Solitary Confinement: The Human Rights, Fiscal, and Public Safety Consequences

06/19/2012

Physicians for Human Rights urges members of Congress to work towards ending the use of solitary confinement in all facilities under federal jurisdiction, including federal prisons, immigration detention facilities, and national security detention facilities, in all but the most extreme cases.

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William Davis Testifies on Burma Before Canadian House of Commons

05/10/2012

May 10, 2012 testimony of Bill Davis, PHR’s Burma Project Director, before the Canadian Parliamentary House of Commons on the human rights situation in Burma.

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NY Anti-Torture Legislation Memorandum of Support

09/20/2011

PHR strongly supports New York bill A.6665 (Gottfried) and S.4495 (Duane), “An Act to amend the public health law, the education law and the labor law, in relation to prohibiting participation in torture and improper treatment of prisoners by health care professionals,” which will bar all health care professionals from participating in the torture or improper treatment and interrogation of prisoners, requires health care providers to report torture or improper treatment of prisoners to responsible authorities, and provides whistleblower protections for health care professionals who refuse to undertake prohibited acts and those who participate in investigations of lawbreaking.

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MA Anti-Torture Legislation Memorandum of Support

09/20/2011

PHR strongly supports Massachusetts bill H.3361 (Lewis) and S.1090 (Eldridge), “An Act to Prohibit the Participation of Health Care Professionals in the Torture and Abusive Treatment of Prisoners,” which will subject to professional sanctions any Massachusetts-licensed health care professionals who participate in the torture or abusive treatment and interrogation of prisoners. It will also require health care professionals to report instances of torture or abusive treatment of prisoners, and provide protection for those professionals who refuse to participate in prohibited acts or who investigate them.

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Guide to Reducing Stigma and Discrimination in the Health Sector

07/28/2011

Physicians for Human Rights has created a guide to assist policymakers, health workers, and civil society comprehensively respond to stigma and discrimination in the health sector, and to secure patients’ rights.

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