Currently the IRCT has the following running projects:
Building a global holistic approach to the fight against impunity for torture.
Developing the capacity of Non-State torture rehabilitation and prevention services in Burundi, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda, through regional peer supervision and constructive Non-State — State engagement on the subject of torture.
Improve access to psychological and medical care, and to provide adapted material conditions to those vulnerable asylum seekers, such as victims of torture.
Prevent burn-out and vicarious traumatisation of rehabilitation centre staff.
Psychological and Medical Forensic Documentation Project
Generate and Use Forensic Evidence in the Fight against Torture.
Developing the Capacity of IRCT Member Centres to Deliver Holistic Torture Rehabilitation Services through South-South and South-North Peer Supervision and Support.
Increase governance, capacity building and strategic lobbying for the recognition of torture victims’ rights and funding for rehabilitation of torture victims.
Promoting the culture of the prohibition of torture in modern Egyptian society through strengthening the capacity and role of the National Council for Human Rights and civil society organisation.