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Myanmar Study on Opportunities for Reparations for Survivors of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence, Beyond Survival

This report identifies opportunities and challenges for reparations of survivors of sexual and-gender based violence in Myanmar. Drawing from detailed research and interviews with experts and civil society organisations working with survivors, it finds that conflict-related sexual violence continues to have devastating impacts on victims, survivors, and their families, including impacts on their safety, socio-economic status, and physical and mental health.  

Briefing Paper: Equatorial Guinea’s Stolen Assets Framework for Reparation

This briefing paper offers recommendations to ensure responsible and effective reparations and repurposing of Equatorial Guinea's stolen assets.

REDRESS Bulletin: Eight Edition

As REDRESS prepares to celebrate its 30th anniversary this year, this bulletin highlights some of our success stories in the last four months. Some achievements include the historic apology offered by the State of Peru to our client, Azul Rojas Marín, a trans woman who was tortured by the Peruvian police; the launch of our new resources for torture survivors, including our new Guide to Justice, Accountability and Reparations, and an event in the UK Parliament where survivors of torture presented a Manifesto with their recommendations to the UK government in this area. 

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Survivors of Torture Manifesto

Between March and July 2022, REDRESS sought the views of UK-based survivors of torture and their family members in the UK on what justice means to them in practice, why it was important, and what were their key barriers to achieving justice within the UK. Through interviews and conversations with 18 survivors of torture and their family members, the resulting report, ‘Whose Justice? Reflections from UK-based survivors of torture’, identified a series of broad recommendations to the UK Government to improve access to justice, accountability, and reparation for survivors of torture. Through further detailed consultation with survivors between October and December 2022, the following recommendations have been developed and endorsed by survivors.

Jagtar Singh Johal: Arbitrarily Detained British Blogger Facing Death Penalty

Briefing by Reprieve and REDRESS for Backbench Business Committee debate on 19 January 2023. 

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Practice Note: Evaluating the Impact of Strategic Litigation against Torture

This Practice Note considers 10 possible impacts of strategic litigation and provides examples on how to strengthen these impacts. It discusses in detail the process of impact evaluation, answering the question of when an impact evaluation should be conducted and by whom. The Practice Note also considers common challenges in evaluation of impact for strategic litigation of torture.

Practice Note: Case Management & Digital Security for Strategic Litigation against Torture

This Practice Note highlights some good practices for case management in the context of torture and ill-treatment. It also covers the basic building blocks of effective case management and general principles for digital security for effective case management.

Guide to Justice, Accountability and Reparations for Survivors of Torture

This Guide provides information for survivors of torture, their families, friends, and front-line service providers who are based in the UK about the options available to seek justice, reparation, and accountability for the torture suffered. We want to thank the following translators: Nour Mahameed and Balkees Mgadami (Arabic), Julie Deschaud, Elsa Bohne and Camille Chandran (French); Valeria Fernandez Soriano and Yermaine Garza (Spanish).