NEWSLETTER INDEX

Our newsletters are written with a thematic focus. You will find good relevant links according to the content of our theme. For more information about our newsletter in Spanish visit our Boletín 2017

NEWSLETTERS 2017


NEWSLETTERS 2016, no 5-1


  • NEWSLETTER NO.5 December 16th 2016    Tools when working with survivors of gender based violence

  • NEWSLETTER NO.3 September 23rd 2016    Family reunification - challenges for refugees and asylum seekers

  • NEWSLETTER NO.2 June 26h 2016    Supporting victims of torture and their families – life after torture

  • NEWSLETTER NO.1 March 21st 2016    Resolution 2272 - to prevent and combat sexual exploitation and abuse by UN peacekeepers


  • NEWSLETTERS 2015, no 5-1


  • NEWSLETTER NO.5 December 16th 2015    Introduction of our new project coordinator for the Spanish speaking readers and improvement of our Gender based violence website

  • NEWSLETTER NO.4 November 30th 2015    Secondary traumatisation – being a good helper

  • NEWSLETTER NO.3 September 23rd 2015    Health professionals, ethics and serious human rights violations - Do no harm

  • NEWSLETTER NO.2 June 24th 2015    “If you are blind what are your options in an Earthquake?”

  • NEWSLETTER NO.1 April 29th 2015    We have gathered some links for relief workers working with survivors of the earthquake in Nepal


  • CONTENT NEWSLETTERS 2014


  • NEWSLETTER NO.4 December 22nd 2014    Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transsexual (LGBT) Rights

  • NEWSLETTER NO.3 December 9th 2014    Child survivors of sexual violence

  • NEWSLETTER NO.2 OCTOBER 22ND 2014    Gender Based Violence in War and Conflict – Approaching and Assisting Survivors

  • NEWSLETTER NO.1 JUNE 26TH 2014    The right to redress for GBV survivors

  • NEWSLETTERS 2013

  • NEWSLETTER NO.4 DECEMBER 23rd 2013    Mental health and psychosocial support for refugees

  • NEWSLETTER NO.3 NOVEMBER 15th 2013    Mental health guidelines for relief workers in the Philippines

  • NEWSLETTER NO.2 OCTOBER 24TH 2013    Minor asylum seekers and the child’s best interest

  • NEWSLETTER NO.1 APRIL 17TH 2013    Transitional justice and gender

  • NEWSLETTERS 2012

  • NO.4 2012 DECEMBER 13th    New general comment on right to redress

  • NO.3 NOVEMBER 1ST    Cultural Aspects of Trauma

  • NO.2 2012 JUNE 26th    Human rights defenders and torture

  • NO.1 2012 MAY 16th    Children rights in the changing nature of conflict



  • NEWSLETTERS 2011

  • NO.5 2011 DECEMBER 23rd    Professionals under stress

  • NO.4 2011 NOVEMBER 23rd    Capacity building

  • NO.3 2011 OCTOBER 3rd    UN legal framework to safeguard Mental Health

  • JULY 22nd. 2011    A nation in mourning

  • NO.2 2011 JUNE 26th    Convention against torture and support of torture victims

  • NO.1 2011 MAY 6th    The Arabic spring and the Tsunami in Japan

  • NEWSLETTERS 2010

  • NO. 1 2010 MAY 12 th    The right to restitution, compensation and rehabilitation for victims of grave violations of human rights

  • NO. 2 2010 JUNE 14th    World refugee day and support for tortured victims

  • NO. 3 2010 AUGUST 20th    Flood in Pakistan

  • NO. 4 2010 OCTOBER 21st    Enforced disappearances

  • NO. 5 2010 DECEMBER 23rd    Health personnel have obligations

  • NEWSLETTERS 2009

  • NO. 1 2009 MARCH 5th    UN special court for Cambodia

  • NO. 2 2009 APRIL 24th    Situation in Sri Lanka

  • NO. 3 2009 JUNE 4th    Children in armed conflict

  • NO. 4 2009 OCTOBER 22nd    Tsunami in the Pacific climate change

  • NO. 5 2009 DECEMBER 23rd    Commemorate 10th December and safeguarding children against torture

  • NEWSLETTERS 2008

  • No. 1 2008 MAY 15th    General information on updates on the web page

  • No. 2 2008 OCTOBER 10th    Commemorate the world Mental Health day

  • No. 3 2008 DECEMBER 23rd    60 years since the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights



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