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  • CVT STATEMENT: CVT Mourns the Passing of Milton Glaser. “A master at bringing elegance and simplicity to even the darkest of human rights violations – things as ugly as torture – Milton Glaser believed in the capacity of all human beings to make change happen.” – Curt Goering, CVT executive director.

  • CVT STATEMENT: The Center for Victims of Torture today issued a statement from Andrea Cárcamo, CVT senior policy counsel, in response to the asylum rules posted in the Federal Register.

  • Scott Roehm, director of CVT’s D.C. office, joined Juan E. Méndez,  professor of human rights law in residence at the American University –Washington College of Law and CVT National Advisory Council member, and Katherine Gallagher, senior staff attorney at the Center for Constitutional Rights, in penning an article published to Just Security, “Crises of Accountability for U.S. Systemic Abuses of Power.”

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