2001. Type of document: Draft rivo id number: 109 Aarts, P. G. Guidelines for Programmes Psychosocial and Mental Health Care Assistance in (Post) Disaster and Conflict Areas. Draft. 2001




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Aarts, P. G. Guidelines for Programmes Psychosocial and Mental Health Care Assistance in (Post) Disaster and Conflicts Areas (Draft). Amsterdam, International Centre for Care and Welfare, Utrech, Netherlands. 2001.

Type of document: Draft

RIVO ID Number: 109


Aarts, P. G. Guidelines for Programmes Psychosocial and Mental Health Care Assistance in (Post) Disaster and Conflict Areas. Draft. 2001.

Type of document: web page

RIVO ID Number: 450


Abai, M. (1992). The therapeutic role of volunteer befrienders. Newsletter (CCVT): 7-8.

Type of document:

RIVO ID Number: 145


Abdalla, K. and A. Elklit (2001). “A nation-wide screening survey of refugee children from Kosovo.” Torture 11(2): 45 - 49.

RIVO ID Number: 521


Abdelwahed, M.-B. and C. Rousseau (1997). “Incidence des séparations familiales prolongées et des politiques d'immigration sur la santé mentales des réfugiés.” Santé et cultures: 7-9.

RIVO ID Number: 823


ACET La vita non E Sogno: Aspects of the Second Generaton Rehabilitation. Bulgaria, Assistance Centre for torture survivors.

RIVO ID Number: 910


ACET (2003). Tales from the dark: Testimonies about the communist terror. Bulgaria, Assistance Centre for Torture Survivors - ACET.

This book presents several typical stories of sufferings, experienced by tenths and hundreds of thousands of people during the communist repression in Bulgaria. Theses are authentic experiences of the people who survived the communist concentration camps, political wards of prisons, false accusations and trials, death sentences, the dungeons ot the Committee for State Security (KDS), forced displacement, exile and deprivation of the rights to study, work, or freely choose the place to live, and all kinds of physical and psychological terror. It includes a confession of the second generation. The fate of the second and next generations birth-marked by the trauma of torture, transferred as a curse, will keep alive the horrid legacy of terror until the torture victims, their successors and the society as a whole have been appropriately rehabilitated.

RIVO ID Number: 908


Acosta, S. (1995). Responding to the Needs of Women who Survive Torture: From silent tourment to spe....,. Community Support for Victims of Torture : A Manual,. Price K. Toronto, CCVT,: 59-65.

RIVO ID Number: 64


Acuña, J. E. (1988). Who are the Children of the storm? Children of the Storm, Children's Rehabilitation Center: 1-5.

RIVO ID Number: 457


Acuña, J. E. (1988). “Dynamic of attachment: The child's understanding of death.” Who are the children of the storm: 6-26.

RIVO ID Number: 458


Acuña, J. E. (1988). On undestanding the dynamics of aggression. The children of the storm: 27-43.

RIVO ID Number: 459


Acuña, J. E. (1988). Stress and coping among displaced children and families. The children of the storm: 44-54.

RIVO ID Number: 460


Acuña, J. E. (1988). Children's rehabilitation Center. The children of the storm: 55-64.

RIVO ID Number: 461


Adam, H. and J. V. Essen (2004). In-Between: Adolescent Refugees in Exile,. Broken pirits (The Treatment of Traumatized Asylum Seekers, Reugees, War and Torture Victims). J. P. W. a. B. Drozdek. New York, Brunner-Routledge: 26.

In Europe it is well known that migration and flight cause psychological strains. After World War II tens of millions of expellees, refugees, and emigrants came to Western Euirope. Today, still, war and pesecution continue to cause great suffering for children and families. In 2001 UNICE counted 35 million refugees worlwide, 80% of them women and children. In the decade from 1990 t0 2000, 2 million children lost their lives in armed coflicts, 6 million were injured or mutilated for live, 1 million were orphaned, and 12 million lost their homes (German Committee for UNICEF, 2001).

RIVO ID Number: 977


Agger, I. (1992). “On the veranda.”: 106-127.

RIVO ID Number: 756


Agger, I. (1992). “The living room.”: 93-105.

RIVO ID Number: 757


Agger, I. (1992). “The Mother's room.”: 74-92.

RIVO ID Number: 761


Agger, I. (1992). “In the Blue room.”: 1-19.

RIVO ID Number: 792


Agger, I. (1992). “The father's room.”: 40-50.

RIVO ID Number: 804


Aghatangelou, A. M. (2000). “Nationalist Narratives and (Dis)Appearing Women: State sanctioned sexual violence.” Canadian Women studies/Les cahiers de la femme 19(4): 12-21.

RIVO ID Number: 233


Akhtar, P. (1994). “Project report: therapeutics effects of music on torture survivors and refugees.”: 121-123.

RIVO ID Number: 686


Akhundos, N. (2000). “Psychosocial rehabilitation of IDP children: using theatre, Art, Music and Sports.” INSCAN 13(4): 10-12.

RIVO ID Number: 526


Alajika, P. (2000). “RAVAGES OF WAR.” AANADIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION JOURNAL 163(9): 1148-1149.

RIVO ID Number: 221


Alakija, P. (2000). “Ravages of war (Comments).” JMAC 163(9): 1148-1149.

RIVO ID Number: 466


Alberta, F. (1998). “Concept of inhuman or degrading treatment in international law and its application in asylum cases.” International Journal of refugee Law 10(1): 637-661.

RIVO ID Number: 657


Alexander, C. S. “Blaming the victim : a comparison of police and nurses' perceptions of victims of rape.”: 65-79.

RIVO ID Number: 765


Alexander, D. (1994). “French court rules in female circumcision case.” British medical Journal 309: 831-832.

RIVO ID Number: 374


Allegra, P. (1999). The Case against torture in Israel. A Compilation of Petitions, Briefs and other documents submitted to the Israeli High Court of Justice. Israel, The Public Committee against torture.

RIVO ID Number: 359


Allen, I. (1986). “Posttraumatic stress disorder among black Vietnam veterans.” Hospital and Community Psychiatry 37.1: 55-61.

Because of racism in the military and racial and social upheaval in the United States during the Vietnam War years, as well as limited opportunities for black veterans of the Vietnam War often harbour conflicting feelings about their wartime experiences and have difficulty rationalizing brutality against the Vietnamese. As a result, black veterans suffer from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) a a higher rate than white veterans. Diagnosis and treatment of PTSD, and by patients frequent alcohol and drug abuse and medical, legal, personality, and vocational problems. The author presents his and others recommendations about ways to treat black veterans with PTSD.

RIVO ID Number: 252


Allodi, F. (1980). “Psychiatic effects in children and families of victims of political persecution and torture.” Danis Medical Bulletin 27.5: 229-232.

RIVO ID Number: 204


Allodi, F. (1982). “Psychiatric sequalae of torture, and implication for treatment.” World Medical Journal.: 71-75.

RIVO ID Number: 122


Allodi, F. (1984). Community consultation on refugee integration. Rome, Italy:: 14 p.

Type of document:

RIVO ID Number: 120


Allodi, F. (1989). “Women as torture victims.” Canadian Journal of Psychiatry in press s.n.(s.n.): s.n.

RIVO ID Number: 45


Allodi, F. (1991). “Assessment and treatment of torture victims: A critical review.” The Journal og Nervous and Mental Disease 179.1: 4-11.

This paper presents the main issues in the diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric sequelae in torture victims. The concept of post traumatic stress disorder is used to organize literature on psychiatric caualties resulting from passive pschic trauma, e.g., the Nazi Holocaust, the Vietnam and Israeli wars, and the current worl epidemic of torture. Torture is a unique humanmade stressor resulting in category-specific diagnostic symptoms. Medical assessment can be complemented with photographs, x-rays, electroencephalograms, and sleep studies. Individual psychotherapy and group techniques focus on the issues of denial and trust, loss, survivor guilt, and reparation. Programs of psychological and social rehabilitation and treatment with benzodiazepines, tricyclic antidepressants, and other compounds are reviewed. Future research needs include the conceptualization of the trauma of torture and its sequelae in broader terms, the application of standardized measurements to facilitate international comparisons, and the testing of various approches to intervention in an experimental design. An ethical physician must resist the pressures of totalitarian governments to assume neutrality in the presence of human rigths violations affecting his/her patiens.

RIVO ID Number: 203


Allodi, F. (1993). Somoza's National Guard: A study of human right abuses, psychological health and moral development. The Politics of Pain Torturers and their Masters. R. D. a. A. P. S. Crelinsten, Netherlands.: Center for the study of social conflict.: 125-140.

RIVO ID Number: 36


Allodi, F. (1999). “The body in political violence: the phenomenology of torture.” Torture 9(4): 100-105.

Allodi, Federico., "The body in political violence: the phenomenology of torture.", Symposium "The Body in Madness: Pathologies of interaction in Multiethnic Metropolis", International Congress of Sociology, 27-31 July 1998, Montréal, Québec, CANADA; (torture, violence organisée, phénoménologie)


L'auteur explore l'expérience du corps sujet à la violence organisée. Il se penche sur la conception phénoménologique du corps à partir des éléments-clé suivant: la conscience (body as lived experience), la temporalité (the essential rooting of human experience in history), l'intentionnalité (the projection in time of the human existence) de même que le contexte social (self experimented in a current environment and in relation to others).

RIVO ID Number: 218


Allodi, F. and G. Cowgill (1979). Les effets de la torture sur le plan psychiatrique. Canada, Amnistie International. Section canadienne (francophone): 12.

Type of document: Recherce

Le rapport qui suit est une ébauche de code d'éthique médicale sur la torture et un rapport sur les expertises psychiatriques faites pour 41 réfugiés victimes de torture. Ce groupe n'est qu'un échantillon et on estime de 400 à 500 le nombre de personnes résident au Canada qui ont été torturée. 140 d'entre elles ont été examinées par des médecins de Toronto qui ont fait un rapport.

RIVO ID Number: 123


Allodi, F. and G. Cowgill (1982). “Ethical and psychiatric aspects of torture: a Canadian study,.” Canadian Journal of Psychiatry in press 27.2: 98-102.

RIVO ID Number: 113


Allodi, F. and A. Rojas (1983). The health and adaptation of victims of political violence in Latin America. Vienna, Department of psychiatry, University of Toronto: 1-6.

Type of document: In proceedings of the 7th World Psychiatric Congress,

RIVO ID Number: 229


Allodi, F. and A. Rojas (1985). The health and adaptation of victims of political violence in Latin America (Psychiatric effects of torture and disappearance). Psychiatriy. The State of the Art. P. B. P. P. R. W. a. K. Thau. New York, London, New York and London: Plenum Press.

Les auteurs se proposent, à partir de références bibliographiques et du fruti d'un groupe de travail auquel ont participé des psychologues, des sociologues et des psychiatres latino-américains, d'examiner les différentes formes, méthodes, et conséquences de la torture en Amérique latine. Il s'avère que celle-ci s'inscrit en continuité avec l'aspect répressif de la vie quotidienne dans ces pays, où les disparitions constituent le paroxysme d'une forme de torture psychologique collective. Des méthodes psychologiques raffinées aboutissant à une dépersonalisation, une déréliction de l'individu livré à la toute-puissance des tortionnaires viennent compléter des agressions physiques diverses. Les auteurs tentent également d'approcher les aspects

RIVO ID Number: 205


Allodi, F. A. (1994). “Posttraumatic stress disorder in hostages and victims of torture.” Psychaitric Clinics of North America 17.2: 279-287.

RIVO ID Number: 329


American College of Physicians (1995). “Role of the physician and the Medical profession in the Prevention of International Torture and in the Treatment of its Survivors.” Annales of Internal Medecine(122): 607-613.

RIVO ID Number: 174


American Counselling Association (1996). “10 Ways to Recognize Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.”.

RIVO ID Number: 697


Amnestie Internationale (1980.). “Étude de faisabilité à l'intention d'amnistie internationale: nature et étendue de l'entraînement international à la torture.” Amnistie International. Section candienne (francophone).

RIVO ID Number: 115


Amnestie Internationale and AI (1996). Médecine et droits de l'homme. Londres, Amnesty Internationale: 54.

Type of document: Rapport

RIVO ID Number: 564


Amnestie Internationale and al (1992). Codes d'éthique et déclarations concernant les professions médicales. Londres.

On trouvera dans le présent recueil des déclarations et des codes de déontologie de caractère international concernant les activités des membres des professions médicales dans ke domaine des droits de l'homme. Ces textes proviennent des organismes ci-après: Amnisty International, Organisation des Nations Unies, Comité international de la Croix-Rouge, Association médicale mondiale,Association mondiale de psychiatrie, Conseil international des infirmières, conseil international des services médicaux.

RIVO ID Number: 562


Amnesty International “Bibliography. Publications on health and human rights themes:1982-1987.”.

RIVO ID Number: 724


Amnesty International (1984). “Traitement medical des victimes de torture centres de rehabilitation.” Amnistie Internationale. section canadienne (francophone): 3.

RIVO ID Number: 209


Amnesty International (1992). Examining torture survivors. Copenhagen, Denmark: , 1991, IRCT and Amnesty International.

RIVO ID Number: 585


Amnesty International (1996). “Prescription for change

Health professionals and the exposure of human rights violations.”.

RIVO ID Number: 622


Amnesty International (1997). “Guidelines concerning torture and other cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment or punishment.”: 20.

RIVO ID Number: 625


Amnesty International (1997). “Nurses and Human Rights.”.

RIVO ID Number: 669


Amnesty International (2000). Hidden scandal, secret shame. Torture and ill treatment of children., Amnesty International. 2001.

Type of document: site web (format pdf)

RIVO ID Number: 468


Amnesty International (2001). Broken bodies, shattered minds. Torture and ill treatment of women., Amnesty International publications. 8 march 2001.
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