In this report, we study the experiences of individuals who have been arrested by the Hong Kong Police Force or otherwise come under police control in various assemblies in Hong Kong and evaluate whether they were subjected to torture and cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. Policy recommendations are made based on this evaluation.
Coronavirus: China’s new army of tough-talking diplomats
Hong Kong police chief admits ‘undesirable’ treatment of press at protest
Hong Kong police probe defends officers right to use force
Rights groups and opposition politicians dismiss the investigation as a whitewash
Hong Kong’s new ‘Basic Law’ is that whatever China says, goes
Judges alone cannot protect territory from Beijing’s heavy-handed interventions