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Physicians for Human Rights Statement on New York Times “How U.S. Torture Left Legacy of Damaged Minds”


In the following statement, Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) responds to the New York Times’ latest reporting on the U.S. torture program.

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PHR Welcomes APA Vote to Maintain Anti-Torture Protections


During its annual meeting in Denver, Colorado, the American Psychological Association (APA) voted against changing its 2015 ban on psychologists participating in national security interrogations and practicing at illegal detention sites like Guantánamo Bay. Instead, decisions on any proposed amendments have been tabled until February 2017, when the APA’s governing Council of Representatives will reconvene.

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PHR Urges APA Not to Roll Back Anti-Torture Protections


Physicians for Human Rights today urged the American Psychological Association to reaffirm rather than weaken its 2015 resolution banning psychologists from participating in national security interrogations and serving at illegal detention sites like Guantánamo Bay.

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PHR Responds to Blanket Redaction of CIA Torture Documents


The CIA released a trove of documents related to its rendition, detention, and interrogation programs, and PHR is appalled that the agency redacted nearly all details concerning the CIA’s Office of Medical Services, the entity ostensibly charged with detainee care.

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Federal Judge Allows Lawsuit Against Architects of CIA Torture Program to Proceed


A lawsuit brought by victims of CIA torture against two psychologists who designed and oversaw the illegal program will be allowed to proceed in a U.S. court.

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