REDRESS regularly comments on key issues relating to torture and related international crimes. Our Director Rupert Skilbeck has extensive media experience and frequently appears in national newspapers and broadcast media. Other members of the REDRESS team are also available for interview in cases where their specific areas of expertise and experience lie.
Please direct all interview requests to Eva Sanchis, Head of Communications, at firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0)20 7793 1777 (office) and +44 (0)785 711 0076 (out of hours). You can also write to email@example.com.
‘Reporting On Torture’ journalist handbook
This resource provides accurate, up-to-date information and guidance to help journalists cover the subject of torture in detail, regardless of their experience.
The handbook explains states’ obligations to prevent, prohibit and respond to torture allegations. It also details the impact of torture on victims and provides guidance to journalists on minimising the risks they may face when reporting on torture and on how to safely and appropriately interview and interact with torture survivors.
‘Reporting On Torture’ is available in four languages via the links below:
Other media resources
Check our press releases for more information.
Search the REDRESS Resources archive to access the wide range of reports, submissions, manuals and other resources, including our Publications and Casework databases.
REDRESS also has a number of videos available which provide further information on the work of the organisation.