BRCTs ultimate goal is to prevent torture from all sphere of the society and establish human rights of the mass peoples of Bangladesh. BRCTs another goal is to give full supports and it efforts with united movement of world organization of torture for the prevention torture from the world.
Save the Children Federation
Every day it is estimated that some 5000 children are newly displaced due to conflict somewhere in the world. Many may be able to flee violence with their families, but an increasing number become separated and are being recruited into armed groups as a result of war erupting.
War Child, 2007
This report outlines the know problems of child soldiers and the different forms of recruiting. The report zooms in on the Colombia situation and the motives with which Colombian children join these armed groups. Finally there’s a list of actions that can be taken to change this situation and the contributions of War Child in these actions.
To help survivors of torture begin to rebuild their lives. Sharing expertise with partner organisations in the UK and internationally, Freedom from Torture operates as a centre of learning and knowledge in the care, treatment and protection of torture survivors.
The Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture is a treatment program jointly supported by Bellevue Hospital Center and the NYU School of Medicine. The Program was established in 1995 to provide multidisciplinary treatment and rehabilitative services to survivors of political torture and their families.
As a human rights institution, it renders psychosocial rehabilitation services to victims of human rights violations in the Philippines. Specifically, it caters to the needs of victims of internal displacement arising from development aggression and armed conflict; political detention; extra-judicial killings or summary execution; and to survivors of enforced disappearance.
The Medical Action Group (MAG) – the Philippines – is a health service organization of physicians, nurses, dentist, psychologists, health students and health workers collectively working for the promotion and defense of Health and Human Rights for All.
ECAP was established in 1997 to provide psychological rehabilitation services to victims of torture and their communities. The organization also conducts research, analysis, and training about the effects of torture and treatment strategies (in Spanish).
(from IRCT directory, page 50)
RCVTE was established in 1993 to provide medical, psycho-social, and counseling services, as well as vocational and skill training for victims of torture. Psychological, psychiatric, and medical rehabilitative services are provided through a network of doctors and physiotherapists in the city, who take cases referred to them, usually at no charge. The aim of the center is to establish a functioning torture treatment and rehabilitative clinic where all of the staff involved will be trained in and become sensitive to the special needs of torture survivors.
Cambodian League for the Promotion and Defense of Human Rights – Torture in police custody in Cambodia
Cambodian League for the Promotion and Defense of Human Rights (LICADHO), 2003
This briefing paper examines the nature, extent and possible causes of torture in police custody in Cambodia during 2001 and 2002. It is hoped that the information in this paper will be used to raise awareness among government officials and the general public to the situation of torture in police custody; to illustrate the need for the alternative methods of criminal investigation by police officers; and to encourage regular independent monitoring of police stations to reduce the practice of torture.