Where do we work

Nunca Más

International Network for Human Rights and Psycho-social Response

News

News from our Nunca Mas Member Base:

Research Article from Nunca Mas Member on ‘Psychoeducation as a low-cost Treatment of Chronic Pain(click to read the article)


Invitation - International Day in Support of the Survivors of Torture (click for information)  

Nunca Mas supports civil society organisations to stand up and speak out for torture victims and their families and to resist the infameous and criminal use of Torture and violence in Sri Lanka. We are presently assessing our options to develop cooperation with the Human Rights Office, a civil society organization, and we hope to offer support to their psychosocial program aiming to reach out to poor and vulnerable women groups in the North of the country.

  • Violence used by security forces in Honduras (click for information)

  • Nunca Mas has recived a grant from CISU to continue the work in Honduras.  

Where do we work

NUNCA MAS co-operates with partners in Central America, as well as and in South and South East Asia. who genuinely work with the target groups of victims/survivors and communities of victims/survivors.

 

NUNCA MAS chooses partners who have shown their commitment to non-violence and openness towards sharing their knowledge and information, in cooperation with NUNCA MAS in order to find new ways to understand and address the challenges that human rights violations constitute. In addition to this, NUNCA MAS forms alliances with other international and national organizations working in similar or supplementary areas.

 

NUNCA MAS has been involved in activities in Cambodia with the implementation of testimonial therapy in connection with the UN supported Khmer Rouge Tribunal process (click to open) and advised on testimonial therapy in Libya.

 

Since 2017 NUNCA MAS has worked in close partnership with CPTRT (Centro de Prevención,Tratamiento y Rehabilitación de Victimas de Tortura) in Honduras. We have successfully completed a project aiming to assist the indigenous Lenca people in their legitimate struggle to gain control over their tradional land. The project has further capacitated local indigenous leaders to use the method of testimonial therapy to recover from mental trauma caused by violence. Based on the positive evaluation and lessons learned we are preparing for the continuation of our work in Honduras.