The European Union (EU) is not only a major donor but also a key policy maker in the area of human rights around the world. Its founding treaty commits it to actively engage in the promotion of the respect for human rights outside of its borders. The fight against torture, ill-treatment and other cruel or inhuman treatment is a crucial cornerstone of the EU’s human rights policy abroad. This practical guide supports rehabilitation centres to engage with EU institutions to ensure that local priorities are promoted through the EU's policy work.

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