Ghana: Monitor Mental Health Facilities

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Ghana: Monitor Mental Health Facilities

The Special Rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment undertook a visit to Ghana from 8 to 14 November 2013.

The Special Rapporteur expresses his appreciation to the Government for its willingness to open Ghana to an independent and objective scrutiny of its human rights situation, particularly in regard to a number of critical issues in its criminal justice system and mental health-care practices. He hopes the Government will find his recommendations a useful tool for engaging in a constructive dialogue with all interlocutors to strengthen legal safeguards and improve the living conditions of those deprived of their liberty in all places of detention, including medical facilities and prayer camps. 


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