University of BristolProtecting detainees and those deprived of their liberty

Protecting detainees and those deprived of their liberty

‘Places of detention’ is a phrase encompassing a diverse range of institutions, from prisons and psychiatric institutions - to children in secure accommodation, social care homes and immigration detention facilities. Many provide the perfect conditions for both the virus to thrive, and for the human rights of those detained to be severely compromised. Academics from the University of Bristol’s Law School are at the forefront of research protecting those deprived of their liberty.

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