University of Bristol - Vital cause

October 14, 2010

Research that aims to tackle the use of torture has been boosted with more than EUR2 million (£1.75 million) in funding from the European Commission. The money has been awarded to the University of Bristol's Human Rights Implementation Centre, which works with partners in Africa and Europe. The funding will specifically back research into torture prevention in Africa and the Commonwealth of Independent States. Among the institutions Bristol will work with on the project are the University of Cape Town, the Community Law Centre at the University of the Western Cape and the African Policing Civilian Oversight Forum.

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