Fact sheet on The Prevention and Prohibition of Torture Act, 2012 of Uganda - English version

This fact-sheet (ENGLISH version) is a demonstration of RLP’s commitment to create awareness geared towards restricting or eliminating torture as one of the most inhumane action.

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