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Presentations, photos, discussions and decisions taken at the 4th Regional Working Group Meeting of the OPCAT Project held in Manila, the Philippines on 25 & 26 September 2008.
RWG TOR and Agenda
Contains the programme prepared for the Regional Network Meeting on 25 & 26 September 2008 in Manila, Philippines.
Introducing Odhikar and the ICC Campaign
A Presentation made by Dr. Saira R. Khan of Odhikar, Bangladesh.
Project in Cambodia
A presentation made by Dr. Lao Monghay of the AHRC office, Cambodia about project implementation in that country.
From the Philippines
Presentation made by Budit Carlos, the Philippines National Coordinator about the achievements of the project in his country.
The Sri Lanka segment
The Sri Lankan project coordinator, Chitral Perera presents the activities and achievements of his national project.
Advancing our Advocacy Campaign
A presentation made by Dorrit Ree Akselbo of RCT, Denmark.
Role of Regional Coordinator
A few suggestions and comments regarding a more active role for the Regional Coordinator presented by Shyamali Puvimanasinghe.
4RWG Participants
Photo of all the participants after a successful 4th RWG meeting.
NPMs in Sri Lanka
Presentation made by guest speaker Lionel Weerasinghe, former prison commissioner, about the prison visiting mechanisms available and functioning in Sri Lanka.
Prison system in SL
Presentation of the prison system in Sri Lanka by guest speaker Lionel Weerasinghe, former prison commissioner.
More Photos
More photos of the 4th RWG meeting in Manila, Philippines.
Minutes and Decisions Taken
These are the Minutes of the 4th Regional Meeting and Decisions Taken at each session.
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