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Torture: Asian And Global Perspectives
Free magazine on the issue of torture. Narratives from Asia, interviews with people whose work is related to torture, and essays covering different perspectives about torture. Published by Asian Human Rights Commission and DIGNITY.
In focus: Middle East & North Africa
DIGNITY is a strategic partner in the Danish-Arab Partnership Programme under the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Assisting countries in the MENA region with democratic reforms and improving cooperation between Denmark and the Arab region are the objectives.
Tunisia is the first country in the region in which DIGNITY has launched a national rehabilitation and prevention programme.
A study by clinical psychologist Inger Agger shows that the Western and Eastern uses of mindfulness are framed by significantly different systems of meaning. This must be considered in the cultural...
Nanna Lykke Larsen is currently writing her thesis at DIGNITY about torture victims in Jordanian refugee camps. In the fall of 2014, she was a trainee at DIGNITYs office in Jordan. In December, she...
06.05.2015 - 08.05.2015
DIGNITY has the pleasure of inviting you to participate in the 36th meeting of the European Coordination Committee on Human Rights Documentation (ECCHRD), to be held in Copenhagen, Denmark.
29.05.2015 - 29.03.2015
In this DIGNITY seminar David Emerson, Director of Yoga Services, will give you an overview of the theoretical underpinnings and methodology of Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga (TCTSY) and prese...
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