Abolition of Torture

Torture in any form, whether psychological or physical, is dehumanizing to the victim and to the perpetrator. For the victim, the mental and physical scars can last a lifetime. The psychological effects can include insomnia, nightmares, memory loss, depression and post traumatic stress disorder. For the perpetrator, there is a... Read More

Solitary confinement hearing

Faith community encouraged to fast 23 hours prior to first-ever Congressional hearing on solitary confinement

Fast will draw attention to physical and emotional harm caused by prolonged solitary confinement. read more »

by Wayne Rhodes, Editor,
on June 13, 2012

‘Reckoning with Torture’

June is Torture Awareness Month

National Religious Campaign Against Torture invites you to contribute to movie, hold vigil on June 26 for those tortured. read more »

June 05, 2012

Torture Awareness Month June

‘Confronting the Culture of Torture’

National Religious Campaign Against Torture offers resources, suggested activities that congregations can use throughout the month. read more »

by Wayne Rhodes, Editor,
on April 17, 2012

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