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    Prison Insider

    Online Press | 2018-05-17

    As a result of the cooperation between the NGOs Planète Réfugiés-Droits de l'Homme (PRDH) and Prison Insider, the testimony (available in French) of a former detained previously held at Dhaka central Prison. Collected during the PRDH mission to Bangladesh carried ou in November 2017, this testimony describes the cruelty of the Bangladeshi prison system, as well as the widespread corruption and its human consequences. :


    Encounter & Interview Podcast | 2017-27-05 <

    Planète Réfugiés-Droits de l'Homme facilitated an interview between Radio France Internationale (RFI) with three human rights defenders carrying out a advocacy tour in Paris, before the United Nations Universal Periodic Review of Bangladesh in Geneva on the 14th of May. Hereafter the link to the interview, which tackles the situation in terms of Rule of Law and Human Rights in Bangladesh. (by Juliette Gheerbrant).
    Click here to listen the interview


    Online Press | 2018-04-22

    "Bangladesh, theater of the significant number of Human Rights violations, infringement of human dignity, occurrence of widespread torture, in addition to enforced disappearances".
    To read the interview (in French) of Nordine Drici on the website of Vision internationale :
    BANGLADESH. Human Rights at Risk.


    Interview with Nordine Drici | 2017-27-05

    Book: Bangladesh, «face à l'autoritarisme, les droits de l'homme en péril».
    Interview of Nordine Drici, Chairman of Planète Réfugiés-Droits de l’Homme, broadcasted on Radio France Internationale, regarding the book Bangladesh. Facing authoritarianism, Human Rights at Risk
    Interview on RFI (by Véronique Gaymard).
    Click here to listen the interview

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    Documentary on Christmas Island (Australia) – Detention of migrants and asylum seekers. Commissioned by the Guardian and Bertha Foundation | Ajoutée le 13 avr. 2017

    Christmas Island, off the coast of Australia: here 50 million crabs make their slow and ancient migration from the jungle to the ocean's edge, while thousands of people seeking asylum are indefinitely held in a high security detention facility. Poh Lin, a trauma counsellor living on the island, bears witness to the dramatic stories and decline of those being detained.
    The Guardian, 2017 © Tous droits réservés
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