Questions about Community Work (Appendix B)

Questions about Community Work (Appendix B)

In order to produce a strategy for community work in the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation's (CSVR's) anti-torture project, it has been found useful to generate a set of questions or areas of interest that should be covered by future descriptions of interventions. These include questions about context, target group, theories of intervention, indicators and resources required. The questions are inspired by the RCT publication, An exploratory literature review on community interventions in four Latin American countries. These questions formed the framework for the model of community intervention related to torture outlined in "Finding our way: Developing a community work model for addressing torture", which this paper serves as an appendix to.


Steffen Jensen
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Steffen Jensen is a senior researcher at the Rehabilitation and Research Centre for Torture (DIGNITY), a Danish institute that treats refugees who have survived torture and undertakes research in torture and torture sequelae.

Megan Bantjies
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Megan Bantjies is the coordinator of the South African No Torture Consortium, a group of organisations which aims to expose torture in Africa

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