Projects | Magyar Helsinki Bizottság

Manage cookies

TAX NUMBER: 19013983-1-42

Police Jail and Prison Monitoring Program (1996/2000- )

The Hungarian Helsinki Committee’s Police Jail Monitoring Program started in 1996, on the basis of an agreement concluded with the National Police Headquarters. The goal of the project is to monitor  the conditions of detention implemented in police cells. Monitoring groups, which consist of attorneys, physicians, social workers and sociologists are permitted to visit police facilities at any time without advance notice.

Continue Reading

Reforming Police Complaint Mechanisms (2007-2008)

The Hungarian system of complaints against unlawful police action has been criticised being dysfunctional due to systemic and procedural reasons. The most important flaw was that the police rather than an independent body decided all complaints. The institutional culture of this military-type organization is still characterized by lack of transparency and strong internal loyalty.

Continue Reading

Támogasd te is
a Magyar Helsinki Bizottság tevékenységét adód -val!

Segíts, hogy őrködhessünk
a demokrácia felett,
és hogy Magyarország továbbra is jogállam maradhasson.

Segítsd ügyvédeink munkáját, hogy továbbra is ingyenes jogi segítséget nyújthassanak azoknak, akiknek a hatóságok megsértették emberi jogait.