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NHRIs as key actors in preventing and fighting torture and other forms of ill-treatment 

Louise Holck, Executive Director of the Danish Institute for Human Rights, intervened on behalf of GANHRI during the interactive dialogue with SR on torture and other ill-treatment encouraging member states that have not yet done so to increase protection against torture of their national population through the establishment of independent and well-resourced NHRIs.

NHRIs as key actors in preventing and fighting torture and other forms of ill-treatment 

Louise Holck, Executive Director of the Danish Institute for Human Rights, intervened on behalf of GANHRI during the interactive dialogue with SR on torture and other ill-treatment encouraging member states that have not yet done so to increase protection against torture of their national population through the establishment of independent and well-resourced NHRIs.

NHRIs as key actors in preventing and fighting torture and other forms of ill-treatment 

Louise Holck, Executive Director of the Danish Institute for Human Rights, intervened on behalf of GANHRI during the interactive dialogue with SR on torture and other ill-treatment encouraging member states that have not yet done so to increase protection against torture of their national population through the establishment of independent and well-resourced NHRIs.

NHRIs as key actors in preventing and fighting torture and other forms of ill-treatment 

Louise Holck, Executive Director of the Danish Institute for Human Rights, intervened on behalf of GANHRI during the interactive dialogue with SR on torture and other ill-treatment encouraging member states that have not yet done so to increase protection against torture of their national population through the establishment of independent and well-resourced NHRIs.

NHRIs as key actors in preventing and fighting torture and other forms of ill-treatment 

Louise Holck, Executive Director of the Danish Institute for Human Rights, intervened on behalf of GANHRI during the interactive dialogue with SR on torture and other ill-treatment encouraging member states that have not yet done so to increase protection against torture of their national population through the establishment of independent and well-resourced NHRIs.

NHRIs as key actors in preventing and fighting torture and other forms of ill-treatment 

Louise Holck, Executive Director of the Danish Institute for Human Rights, intervened on behalf of GANHRI during the interactive dialogue with SR on torture and other ill-treatment encouraging member states that have not yet done so to increase protection against torture of their national population through the establishment of independent and well-resourced NHRIs.

NHRIs as key actors in preventing and fighting torture and other forms of ill-treatment 

Louise Holck, Executive Director of the Danish Institute for Human Rights, intervened on behalf of GANHRI during the interactive dialogue with SR on torture and other ill-treatment encouraging member states that have not yet done so to increase protection against torture of their national population through the establishment of independent and well-resourced NHRIs.

NHRIs as key actors in preventing and fighting torture and other forms of ill-treatment 

Louise Holck, Executive Director of the Danish Institute for Human Rights, intervened on behalf of GANHRI during the interactive dialogue with SR on torture and other ill-treatment encouraging member states that have not yet done so to increase protection against torture of their national population through the establishment of independent and well-resourced NHRIs.

NHRIs as key actors in preventing and fighting torture and other forms of ill-treatment 

Louise Holck, Executive Director of the Danish Institute for Human Rights, intervened on behalf of GANHRI during the interactive dialogue with SR on torture and other ill-treatment encouraging member states that have not yet done so to increase protection against torture of their national population through the establishment of independent and well-resourced NHRIs.

NHRIs as key actors in preventing and fighting torture and other forms of ill-treatment 

Louise Holck, Executive Director of the Danish Institute for Human Rights, intervened on behalf of GANHRI during the interactive dialogue with SR on torture and other ill-treatment encouraging member states that have not yet done so to increase protection against torture of their national population through the establishment of independent and well-resourced NHRIs.