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TORTURE Journal

Journal on Rehabilitation of Torture Victims and Prevention of Torture

 

Latest issue: Volume 24, Supplementum 1, 2014 - Of death and rebirth: Life histories of Rwandan female genocide survivors

 

Preface

Joost den Otter

 

Introduction

Annemiek Richters

 

Women, we need to be courageous
Illuminée Munyabugingo

 

Smiling again after fifteen years of torture
Charline Musaniwabo


I died and was resurrected
Hildegarde Nyampinga


I found a family through sociotherapy
Mameritha Nyiramana


Sharing my problems soothed my headaches and took me out of loneliness
Berthilde Uwimbabazi


Being patient provides peace
Ntakwasa Veneranda


I now take care of myself and am no longer a drug user
Germaine Muhorakeye


Sociotherapy took me out of my solitude
Mutegwamaso Foyibi


I wouldn’t still be alive if it wasn’t for sociotherapy
Therese Kazeneza


Coming out of a deep hole after a life of trials
Charlotte Uwera


Conclusion
Annemiek Richters

 

 

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An Innovative Model of Culturally Tailored Health Promotion Groups for Cambodian Survivors of Torture

Sarah Y. Berkson, Svang Tor, Richard Mollica, James Lavelle, Carol Cosenza

 

Forensic odontological examinations of alleged torture victims at the University of Copenhagen 1997-2011

Sára O. Arge, Steen Holger Hansen, Niels Lynnerup

 

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