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Kampala Declaration on Prison Conditions in Africa

Editor, Adam
June 4, 2015

Source: (1996) The Kampala Declaration on Prison Conditions in Africa and Plan of Action, Penal Reform International.

Between 19-21 September 1996, 133 delegates from 47 countries, including 40 African countries, met in Kampala, Uganda. The President of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights, Ministers of State, Prison Commissioners, Judges and international, regional and national non-governmental organisations concerned with prison conditions all worked together to find common solutions to the problems facing African prisons. The three days of intensive deliberations produced The Kampala Declaration on Prison Conditions in Africa which was adopted by consensus at the closure of the conference. (excerpt)


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