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Chad: A Hereditary Repression | Prison Conditions and Torture
Vidéo  Posté le 15:10 28-06-2022, modifié le 15:10 28-06-2022 par Tournons la Page

A video produced as part of an advocacy campaign by Agir ensemble pour les droits humains with Tournons La Page and Tournons La Page Chad.

On the occasion of the World Day in Support of Victims of Torture, Agir ensemble pour les droits humains and Tournons La Page document in a video the conditions of detention in Chadian prisons. Violation of human rights and the rights of detainees, torture, violence: no Chadian prison complies with international standards.

According to FIACAT, in 2019, more than 7,719 people were detained in Chad's various prisons, for a capacity of 7,190. In N'Djaména, 1,837 people are held in a prison designed to accommodate 350, an overcrowding rate of more than 524.85%. For more information, see the report "Chad: A Hereditary Repression," available here : https://bit.ly/3xFfbpB

To support the campaign, sign the following petition : https://www.mesopinions.com/petition/droits-homme/tchad-stop-repression-hereditaire-impunite-generalisee/175794

An initiative supported by Voice

  • Music Credits : Sappheiros - Falling
  • Pictures :
    André Kodmadjingar (VOA) - Protests in N’Djamena, Chad, 22 January 2018.jpg Wikimedia Commons
    André Kodmadjingar (VOA) - Police officers in N'Djamena, Chad, 2017.jpg Wikimedia Commons