Using Client data for human rights purposes
May 2-6 2011
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Khiam Rehabilitation Centre for Torture Victims (KRC)
The Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture provided two Facilitators for an on-site capacity building programme in Beirut, Lebanon at the Khiam Rehabilitation Centre for Torture Victims as part of the IRCT project “Developing the capacity of IRCT member centres to deliver holistic torture rehabilitation services through south-south and south-north peer supervision and support”.
Learning aims and objectives
Overall aim: To explore new ways and methods for using KRC client data and evidence of torture that can feed into local and international human rights initiatives to prevent torture and protect survivors.
Overall learning objectives:
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a. Identify the range of human rights approaches, outputs and actions that can be carried out or that KRC can feed into, locally, nationally, globally using their client data.
b. Evaluate how data is collected from KRC assessments, clinical interventions, and follow up support, and analyse how this data can be used to feed into local and international human rights research and awareness raising initiatives
c. Recognise international standards of research methods and procedures for KRC data collection, documentation and information sharing, including data protection, informed consent and so on.
d. Prioritise needed amendments to KRC data collection, documentation and information sharing practices to ensure ethical, reliable and effective research working methods are in place in line with international standards
e. Identify appropriate research methods and approaches that would be most suitable to meet KRC targets for human rights outputs.
f. Identify good practice guidance for writing reports in order to meet international standards
g. Map a range of potential opportunities for cooperation with other centres/NGOs to collect and share data; and identify the needed policies to agree with future partners about ethical use of client data.