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Torture Journal Event in Denmark on 18th June

2018-05-28

“My mind is not like before”: Survivors of torture and trauma amongst refugees – identification and treatment


How can we better address torture trauma in our work with migrants and refugees? How do we identify those who need rehabilitation services? What can we learn from approaches elsewhere?


Torture Journal gathers best practice and experiences to inspire those working with migrants and torture survivors in Denmark and elsewhere. Please join researchers and clinicians for an informative presentation and debate to support life after torture.


Everyone is welcome! Click here for the flyer and more information.

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Current Issue

Vol 28 No 2 (2018): Torture Journal: Journal on Rehabilitation of Torture Victims and Prevention of Torture
Torture Journal Issue 2018-2 published by the International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims. Special section: Forced migration and torture: challenges and solutions in rehabilitation and prevention

Special section: Forced migration and torture: challenges and solutions in rehabilitation and prevention

Forced migration leads to many challenges for rehabilitating torture victims. Challenges and solutions in the forced migration context are investigated and addressed in the latest informative issue of the Torture Journal. 

Published: 2018-08-01

Full Issue

Research and Scientific articles

Case reports

Perspectives

Letter to the Editor

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The Torture Journal is an international scientific journal that provides an interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of original research and systematic reviews by professionals concerned with the biomedical, psychological and social interface of torture and the rehabilitation of its survivors.