This handbook for torture survivors contains useful information for victims, their families and friends, community members, and front-line service providers and advisers who work closely with survivors. In it, you can find information on how to access medical rehabilitation and care to address the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of torture survivors. It also details the steps to apply for asylum, how to regularise a torture victim’s immigration status, and where to look for advice on social welfare, employment, or education. It also includes information on torture victims’ right to justice, reparation and accountability, as well as a list of resources where survivors can seek further support.