We know that great images can make a huge difference in our campaigns' success, but it can be hard to find effective ones. Of course the best solution, if possible, is to take and use your own photographs, but that can be unfeasible for many reasons.
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Farewell to ORR Director Eskinder Negash
At the end of January, Director Negash will resign from the Office of Refugee Resettlement after six years of guiding the agency in its mission to serve some of the most vulnerable populations in the United States, including survivors of torture.
“The Garden of Healing at the Center for Victims of Torture symbolizes our mission: hope, healing and renewal,” says Holly Ziemer, CVT’s Director of Communications. “Plants, like people, go through cycles that present challenges and opportunities.
Many torture survivor rehabilitation centers in the U.S. strive to recreate a home-like atmosphere for clients – from hanging indigenous textiles on the walls to displaying small handicrafts from around the world.
Need help that's specific to your client's culture or country of origin? Check out our Specific Populations information. See especially the IRCT's country factsheets for essential information on torture including victims' and perpetrators' profiles, the availability of rehabilitation services, the applicable legal framework, as well as key recommendations, priorities and concerns. Also handy are NPCT's country condition reports.
To stay up to date on the latest literature in the torture treatment field, review the most recent PATH bibliography. It includes peer reviewed journal article citations in these areas; select original summaries of those articles; and links to the publicly available abstracts and full text versions of these articles.