News from DIGNITY
New PhD project examines experiences of imprisonment in Myanmar
At a time when the harsh military regime in Myanmar has given way to a more democratically-oriented regime, DIGNITY researcher Liv S. Gaborit will be one of the first to start examining the historical and contemporary practices of imprisonment in Myanmar.
”My eyes are smiling”
The psychologist Areej Semreen describes her work at Institute for Family Health (IFH) treating victims of torture in an interview with DIGNITY. IFH is DIGNITY's local partner in the rehabilitation programme Back to Life in Jordan.
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RehabilitationDIGNITY helps victims of torture and their families to a better life.
Prevention of torture in detentionDIGNITY works to ensure that people who are imprisoned or placed in other closed institutions have a dignified life.
URBAN VIOLENCEDIGNITY works to ensure that people living in unsafe slum areas can lead safer and dignified lives.
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