The world is facing its biggest refugee crisis since the Second World War, and the need for torture rehabilitation is greater than ever. A large number of asylum seekers and refugees worldwide have been subjected to torture, but torture victims’ right to rehabilitation is far from being a true entitlement. During 2014 and across countries and regions, IRCT member centres continued, under an enormous pressure, to provide rehabilitation services to a growing number of torture victims, as well as being placed as the first line of reaction to the ripple effect of the Syrian war and other armed conflicts.


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