OMCT Network

Nothing can replace action on the ground, directly in the regions where acts of torture are committed. This understanding has inspired OMCT’s network structure, which preserves the autonomy of NGOs that work in countries affected by violence. OMCT’s main objective, via its International Secretariat, is to link these organisations and to coordinate and support their operations in order to maximise the effectiveness of their action on the ground.

The SOS-Torture Network is thus at the heart of OMCT’s work. It is the most important global network of organisations fighting against torture. At the outset, in 1986, it was composed of 48 NGOs. Today, it counts 311 organisations spread across 94 countries. [Read more …]

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Members: 61 - 75 out of 307

Bangladesh Human Rights Commission (BHRC)

Asia  |   Bangladesh  |   website

Bangladesh Rehabilitation Centre for Trauma Victims (BRCT)

Asia  |   Bangladesh  |   website

Banglar Manabadhikar Suraksha Mancha (MASUM)

Asia  |   India  |   website

Buraku Liberation and Human Rights Research Institute (BLHRRI)

Asia  |   Japan  |   website

Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR)

Asia  |   Cambodia  |   website

Caribbean Rights / Human Rights Network

America  |   Barbados

Casa Alianza Guatemala

America  |   Guatemala  |   website

Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJPZ)

Zimbabwe  |   website

Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law (CHRCL)

America  |   United States  |   website

Center for Rehabilitation and Abolition of Torture (​CRAT)

Africa  |   Cameroon

Center for the Study of Violence (CSV)

America  |   Brazil  |   website

Central Geral de Sindicatos Independentes e Livres de Angola (CGSILA)

Africa  |   Angola

Central Unitaria de Trabajadores (CUT)

America  |   Colombia  |   website

Centre Action Sociale, Réhabilitation et Adaptation (SOHRAM-CASRA)

Europe  |   Turkey  |   website

Centre d'Information et de Documentation sur la Torture en Tunisie (CIDT-Tunisie)

Europe  |   France