IRCT addresses lack of torture documentation and investigation in Armenia
December 22, 12:00

The IRCT and OSF-Armenia in cooperation with Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly Vanadzor, Armenia and the Human Rights House Tbilisi with the support of Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands in Tbilisi conducted a training session on effective medico-legal documentation for victims of torture and ill-treatment on 18-22 December, 2014 in Aghveran, Armenia.

The five-day workshop aimed at strengthening capacities of Armenian NGOs, health and legal specialists and psychologists in the area of medical and psychological documentation of victims of torture and severe trauma in accordance with the Istanbul Protocol.

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