Today, the Equal Rights Trust in partnership with Mizan for Law publish Shouting Through the Walls: Discriminatory Torture and Ill-Treatment, Case Studies from Jordan, a report which seeks to fill a vital gap in the under-explored relationship between discrimination and torture and ill-treatment and exposes shocking findings on the treatment of two marginalised groups in Jordan.
Shouting Through the Walls: Discriminatory Torture and Ill-Treatment, Case Studies from Jordan
Submission to the 66th session of the Committee on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women in relation to the sixth periodic report of Jordan
Article from Jade Glenister, Legal and Programmes Assistant at the Equal Rights Trust written for volume 16 of the Equal Rights Review which focused on intersectionality.
Extract from the Executive Summary of the report: What are the particular needs, issues, risks and vulnerabilities that face imprisoned women across the world? What challenges and promising practices are common in their management? And where do these practices fall in relation to international standards? These questions lie at the heart of DIGNITY’s research into conditions for women in detention in four countries — of which this Jordan country study is one part