A webinar presented by the IBA's Human Rights Institute and IBA Human Rights Law Committee
The risk of mistreatment and coercion during the first hours of police custody and pre-trial detention is well known. The Principles on Effective Interviewing for Investigations and Information Gathering provide a solution-oriented approach to moving away from confession-based interrogations towards rapport-based interviewing associated with legal and procedural safeguards.
This webinar will present the objectives and foundations of the Principles and explore the role of the legal profession in their implementation with a view to preventing torture and ill-treatment and resulting miscarriages of justice caused by coercive interrogation techniques and forced confessions.
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IBA Human Rights Institute, London, England
Luciano Mariz Maia
Federal Public Prosecutor’s Office, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Association for the Prevention of Torture, Geneva, Switzerland
Washington College of Law, Washington, District of Columbia, USA
Colmenares and Associates, Quezon City, Philippines
US Department of Defense (Military Commissions Defense Organization), Washington, District of Columbia, USA; Co-Vice Chair, Human Rights Law Committee