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Who is the IRCT?

Who we are. The IRCT is the world’s largest membership-based civil society organisation specialised in the field of torture rehabilitation. Read more... We are a membership organisation. Present in 74 countries. Supporting delivery of rehabilitation. Fostering research and sharing knowledge. Advocating against torture.

What does the IRCT do for torture victims?

Through our global membership, we fight to eradicate torture and offer health-based rehabilitation services to help torture victims rebuild their lives. The IRCT is the world’s largest membership-based civil society organisation specialised in the field of torture rehabilitation. Read more...

What is the IRCT rehabilitation program?

Professionals at the IRCT rehabilitation centers and programs provide treatment for an estimated 100,000 survivors of torture every year. Victims receive multidisciplinary support including medical and psychological care and legal aid. The aim of the rehabilitation process is to empower torture survivors to resume as full a life as possible.

How many people are supported by IRCT member centres each year?

More than 50.000 torture survivors are supported in IRCT member centres each year. Torture has devastating consequences for victims, their families and the broader community. Its severe physical and psychological effects disrupt victims’ life and often prevent them from continuing their life plan.

What is the objective of IRCT?

The stated vision of the IRCT is a world that values and accepts shared responsibility for the eradication of torture. The objective of the organization is to promote the provision of specialized treatment and rehabilitation services for victims of torture and to contribute to the prevention of torture globally.

What does the IRCT do for torture victims?

Through our global membership, we fight to eradicate torture and offer health-based rehabilitation services to help torture victims rebuild their lives. The IRCT is the world’s largest membership-based civil society organisation specialised in the field of torture rehabilitation. Read more...

What is the IRCT rehabilitation program?

Professionals at the IRCT rehabilitation centers and programs provide treatment for an estimated 100,000 survivors of torture every year. Victims receive multidisciplinary support including medical and psychological care and legal aid. The aim of the rehabilitation process is to empower torture survivors to resume as full a life as possible.

How is the IRCT Council elected?

According to the IRCT Statutes and Bylaws, the IRCT Council is elected by the General Assembly and comprises up to 30 members, 27 representing rehabilitation centers and programs worldwide, and three independent experts.

Who is the IRCT?

Who we are. The IRCT is the world’s largest membership-based civil society organisation specialised in the field of torture rehabilitation. Read more... We are a membership organisation. Present in 74 countries. Supporting delivery of rehabilitation. Fostering research and sharing knowledge. Advocating against torture.

What does the IRCT do for torture victims?

Through our global membership, we fight to eradicate torture and offer health-based rehabilitation services to help torture victims rebuild their lives. The IRCT is the world’s largest membership-based civil society organisation specialised in the field of torture rehabilitation. Read more...

How many people are supported by IRCT member centres each year?

More than 50.000 torture survivors are supported in IRCT member centres each year. Torture has devastating consequences for victims, their families and the broader community. Its severe physical and psychological effects disrupt victims’ life and often prevent them from continuing their life plan.

What is the rehabilitation program after a brain injury?

The rehabilitation program in the acute phase after a brain injury starts with the acute trauma and ends with the stabilization of respiratory and cardiovascular functions. It can last from few days to many weeks.

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