UN changes to definitions of torture

HM Inspector of Education Nid oedd gan y wybodaeth y gofynnwyd amdani.

Dear Her Majesty’s Inspector of Education,

I beg your presence to review HMP Hydebank.

Please forward any information possible to explain the ongoing
torture, as defined by UN, of Marian Price McGlinchey of Belfast.
Thank you.

Also, have you received new training materials related to
understanding and implementing new United Nations guidelines
regarding what constitutes 'solitary confinement' and what is
considered torturous 'solitary confinement' by UN standards. In
2010, the UN declared all forms of electroshock therapy to also be
torture. These are tremendous and great celebrations of
humanitarianism. You should have recieved papaer work from the UN
to share with law enforcement and medical personnel related to both
solitary confinement and electroshock therapy. Thank you for any
guidance you can provide. You may be aware the HMP Hydebank, a
womens and youth detention center with hospital facilities has
turned away UN doctors, and are now turning away Red Cross who
would like to check on the safety and condition of prisoners.
Please assist. Thank you for your service.

Yours faithfully,

leanne flynn

HM Inspector of Education

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I would like to take a moment to thank the Ministry of Education for their prompt and pleasant reply. How nice to receive quick feedback that included multi - lingual written correspondence and options to contact them sooner by telephone. That has the scent of honor. They might take my information request seriously. Thank you again to the employees of the Ministry of Education. Ever nice to see the gaelic there. :)

Jonathan Cairney,

Dear MS Flynn,

Thank you for your e-mail request in regards to HMP Hydebank.

Unfortunately you have addressed your request to ourselves - Education Scotland - we are the Inspectors of Education Within Scotland, and as such would have no input or Inspection capability within a prison in Northern Ireland.

You may be best to address your request to the Criminal Justice Inspection Northern Ireland : http://www.cjini.org/

I hope this helps,
Kind regards

Jonathan Cairney, Customer Services Team Leader,
T: + 44 (0)141 282 5000,
Education Scotland
The Optima, 58 Robertson Street, Glasgow G2 8DU www.educationscotland.gov.uk

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Dear Jonathan Cairney,

Are you saying that the education of youth at Hydebank is not in any way associated with your office? Who would be responsible for their education, Sir? Thank you.

Yours sincerely,

leanne flynn

Jonathan Cairney,

Hi Again Mrs Flynn,

Thank you for your e-mail.

You have e-mailed Education Scotland, we are a direct Government Agency of the Scottish Government. We have the responsibility for supporting quality and improvement in Scottish education. Our remit does not apply out-with Scotland.

You may be best to address your request to the Northern Irish Assembly :
http://www.northernireland.gov.uk/
Or as previously mentioned, the Criminal Justice Inspection Northern Ireland :
http://www.cjini.org/

I hope this information helps,
Kind regards

Jonathan Cairney, Customer Services Team Leader,
T: + 44 (0)141 282 5000,
Education Scotland
The Optima, 58 Robertson Street, Glasgow G2 8DU www.educationscotland.gov.uk

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Dear Jonathan Cairney,

Thank you. Your response helps me very much. Thank you for your time in clarifying for me, the limits of your office. I will try the offices that you recommend today. As you are aware, these are very important issues.

Yours sincerely,

leanne flynn