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2 41 42 42Unified Service Center of Patrol Police

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PROMOTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND SUPPORT TO THE IMPROVEMENT OF HEALTHCARE IN PRISONS, POLICE DETENTION FACILITIES AND IN PSYCHIATRIC INSTITUTIONS IN GEORGIA

Project duration: March 2013 – September 2015

Financed: European Union/ Council of Europe

Implementing Partners: Ministry of corrections of Georgia; Ministry of justice of Georgia; Ministry of Labour Health and Social Affairs of Georgia; Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia;

Project budget: 3 340 000 EUR

The overall goal: To strengthen human rights and improve the provision of healthcare (including psychiatric care) in prisons, police detention and other closed facilities in Georgia, in line with European standards.

The main activities:

  • To improve the provision of health care in prisons and police detention facilities, in line with European standards;
  • To strengthen the protection of human rights of those with mental disorders in prisons, police detention facilities and other closed facilities, such as psychiatric institutions, in line with European standards;
  • To strengthen the monitoring and investigative functions of state bodies to prevent and combat ill-treatment and impunity, in line with European and other international standards.