Litigating Torture in Central Asia: Lessons Learned from Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan
PILnet Senior Legal Officer, Anastassiya Miller, and Open Society Justice Initiative Senior Managing Legal Officer, Masha Lisitsyna, examine creative legal strategies to obtain reparations for survivors of torture and the families of those who died in custody based on UN treaty bodies’ decisions in individual cases. This was published as part of Implementing Human Rights Decisions: Reflections, Successes, and New Directions led by The Human Rights Law Implementation Project in partnership with Open Society Justice Initiative.
Also available in Russian, French, and Spanish.
Republished with the permission of Open Society Justice Initiative and University of Bristol Human Rights Implementation Centre.