CVT In the News
CVT Senior Policy Counsel Melina Milazzo calls on The Washington Times to join others calling for the release of the Senate Intelligence Committee's report on past CIA torture.
Source: The Washington Times
Global Voices, an online citizen media reporting site, profiles the Strategy Toolkit from CVT's New Tactics in Human Rights program.
Source: Global Voices
CVT Senior Policy Counsel Melina Milazzo responds to a commentary defending waterboarding and other forms of torture.
Source: Providence Journal
The Senate Intelligence Committee’s much-anticipated report on the CIA’s former detention and interrogation program awaits public release. In this op-ed, CVT Executive Director Curt Goering says the CIA’s interrogation practices after 9/11 should be called what they are – torture and cruelty.
In a Letter to the Editor, Executive Director Curt Goering calls for an end to impunity for human rights atrocities and for holding perpetrators accountable.
Source: The Washington Post
CVT is quoted in another StarTribune editorial calling for the public release of the Senate Intelligence Committee's report on CIA torture.
Executive Director Curt Goering writes on the link between torture and human trafficking and the need to fight impunity for these human rights abuses.
Source: Human Trafficking Search
CVT Executive Director Curt Goering discusses the mental health crisis among Syrian refugees and CVT Jordan's experiences extending services to them.
Source: The New York Times' On the Ground blog from Nicholas Kristof
Former CVT Jordan Psychotherapist/Trainer Ferdinand Garoff discusses the long-term impact of war trauma.
Source: Swedish Yle
CVT Jordan staff provides insight on the suicidal thoughts of Syrian refugees for an article on how suicide is becoming a crisis in the Syrian civil war.
Source: Foreign Policy
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