On Detention and Due Process

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BWA General Council Resolution 2007.4

The General Council of the Baptist World Alliance Annual Gathering, meeting in Accra, Ghana, July 2-7, 2007:

Urges all governments, enforcement agencies under their jurisdictions, and non-state actors to enforce and abide by the basic tenets of human rights as represented in international laws and conventions in the investigation, arrest, interrogation, detention, due process, trial, sentencing, and incarceration of all persons, regardless of race, religion, gender, national status, or political association.

Citations

Original Source Bibliography: Callam, Neville, editor. Baptist World Alliance 2007 Yearbook: Minutes of the General Council Meeting and Directory. Falls Church, VA: Baptist World Alliance, 2007.

Original Source Footnote/Endnote: Neville Callam, ed., Baptist World Alliance 2007 Yearbook: Minutes of the General Council Meeting and Directory (Falls Church, VA: Baptist World Alliance, 2007), p. 96.

Online Document Full Citation: BWA General Council Resolution 2007.4 On Detention and Due Process; https://www.baptistworld.org/resolutions.

In-text Online Document Citation: (BWA General Council Resolution 2007.4).

For more information about Baptist World Alliance resolutions, visit BaptistWorld.org/resolutions.

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