On 26 June, the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture, REDRESS held a Conference to discuss the needs of torture survivors in the UK. The focus was on the plight of refugees and asylum-seekers who have suffered torture elsewhere, but require assistance for rehabilitation and integration, especially in the context of domestic attitudes becoming increasingly influenced by counter-terrorism and immigration policies in the recent years. Participants included medical and psychological experts, human rights organizations, lawyers, activist, specialists, as well as torture survivors.