"Human Dignity Has No Nationality": A Situational Analysis of the Health Needs of Exiled Torture Survivors Living in Johannesburg, South Africa

"Human Dignity Has No Nationality": A Situational Analysis of the Health Needs of Exiled Torture Survivors Living in Johannesburg, South Africa

Higson-Smith, C., Mulder, B. & Masitha, S. (2006). "Human Dignity Has No Nationality": A Situational Analysis of the Health Needs of Exiled Torture Survivors Living in Johannesburg, South Africa. An unpublished research report for the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation: Johannesburg.

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