On 13 and 15 May 2020, two online training sessions on qualitative health-care management were organised for the medical staff of the temporary detention isolators at the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
More than thirty participants increased their knowledge of international standards related to the treatment of persons deprived of their liberty. Among other issues, some specific aspects of the application of the Georgian Law on Psychiatric Care were also discussed. Consequently, TDI doctors and nurses are better prepared to provide adequate medical treatment to the detainees in need.
This activity was organised within the framework of the CoE Project “Juvenile and Adult Detainees Support” (JADES) which is designed to address the issues related to the rights of detained persons and their treatment; crimes committed by/against juveniles; effective remedies against police misconduct and effective investigation of the alleged ill-treatment.
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