Indietro International Roma Day

The Committee for the Prevention of Torture (CPT) will publish its annual report for 2022. Based on the CPT’s findings during visits to member states, the report examines the prevention of ill-treatment of foreign nationals deprived of their liberty in the context of forced removal at borders, so called “push-backs”, and issues specific recommendations to governments. The report also contains an overview of the CPT’s work to prevent torture and ill-treatment in places where persons are deprived of liberty across Europe over the last year.

The President of the CPT Dr Alan Mitchell and its Executive Secretary Régis Brillat will present the report at a hybrid press conference at the Council of Europe office in Brussels from 10 am.

Contacts: (Strasbourg) Jaime Rodriguez, tel. +33 6 89 99 50 42; (Brussels) Andrew Cutting, tel. +32 485 21 72 02

Strasbourg/Brussels 30 March
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