Through coalitions and public advocacy we raise awareness of survivor’s needs and the challenges they face and build support for torture survivor protection with policymakers and the public.
The Libertas Center stands in solidarity with individuals and families that are affected by the blatantly discriminatory measures found in the Administration’s recent executive orders.
The Libertas Center met with colleague service providers to discuss challenges facing torture survivors and asylum seekers.
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The American Psychiatric Association (APA) has selected the National Consortium of Torture Treatment Programs (NCTTP) as the recipient of the 2017 Human Rights Award.
The NPR health radio show ‘The Pulse’ profiled the work of the Libertas Center.
In a NYTimes OpEd, Ben McVane explains the challenges facing Syrian refugees caught in limbo by the Administration’s Executive Orders.
Select photos from past Photovoice exhibits were shown at the Medical Ethics Conference at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in December.
Libertas Center Clinical Case Manager Liz McInnes spoke on a panel at the New York Regional Medical Ethics Conference hosted by Mt. Sinai on the Challenges for Patients in Accessing Health Care.
Medical Director, Dinali Fernando, presented at the IRCT Scientific Symposium in Mexico City on Emergency Department utilization of Libertas Center clients.