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New Look for HealTorture.org

You might notice that www.HealTorture.org looks a little different. The National Capacity Building Project just completed a technical redesign of the site to make it mobile-friendly. Find the resources you need wherever you are.

Grants Forecast Published for SOT Programs

HHS has published the grants forecast for Direct Service and Technical Assistance grants for the Survivors of Torture program.  This information will allow programs to begin their proposals for these grants.

Resource Spotlight: Great Graphics for your Communications

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. Check out Julia Campbell's webinar on How to Create Eye-Catching Graphics for your Nonprofit. Here are a few good places to get free stock photos that you can freely use on your website, in publications, etc. ...

Slavery and Human Trafficking

Read our January Survivor Health Awareness newsletter for information about slavery & human trafficking and their connection with torture.

NCTTP Annual Research Symposium

The National Consortium of Torture Treatment Programs’ 7th Annual Research Symposium: “Torture Treatment: Clinical, Community & Policy Interventions, & Outcomes”

Wednesday, March 4, 2015, Full Day

George Washington University
Jack Morton Auditorium
Media and Public Affairs Building – Ground Floor
805 21st Street NW
Washington, DC 20052

8:30am to 5:00pm

Keynotes

Claudio Grossman, JD

Claudio Grossman, JD is professor of law and dean of American University Washington College of Law and the Raymond Geraldson Scholar for International and Humanitarian Law.

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