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Briefing now available on-line: Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001

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The briefing revisits the concerns over the act's curtailment of human rights, including the Privy Council Review Committee's condemnation of section 4.

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Islamic Human Rights Commission
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28th January 2004

Briefing now available on-line: Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001

Written in the wake of the Privy Council Review Committee's condemnation of section 4 of the Act in particular, the briefing revisits the concerns over the act's curtailment of human rights and in particular the concerns over s4.

The briefing is 1800 words and can be printed off the website at:
http://www.ihrc.org.uk/show.php?id=938

Briefing contents:

1. ATCSA Powers
2. Implications for Human Rights
3. Implementation
4. Conditions of Imprisonment
5. Appeal Procedure
6. Conclusion

For more information or a copy of the briefing sent by email, please contact, info@ihrc.org.

Islamic Human Rights Commission
PO Box 598
Wembley
HA9 7XH
United Kingdom

Telephone (+44) 20 8904 4222
Fax (+44) 20 8904 5183
Email: info@ihrc.org
Web: www.ihrc.org

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