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The DIGNITY Physiotherapy Pain School for Trauma-Affected Populations©
A Multilingual Pain Treatment Manual for Groups or Individuals.
DIGNITY is excited to share the DIGNITY Physiotherapy Pain School Manual (DIGNITY Pain School). The aim of the DIGNITY Pain School treatment for Trauma-Affected Populations is to work alongside people impacted by trauma and/or ongoing stress to strengthen their abilities to live meaningful and engaged lives despite pain and stress experiences.
Needs and barriers for mental health and psychosocial support among Syrian refugees in Lebanon
The report is the result of a cooperation between DIGNITY, DRC Lebanon, and supported by the American University of Beirut (AUB) Center for Civic Engagement and Community Service. The research study received prior official approval by the National Mental Health Programme (NMHP), Ministry of Public Health Lebanon.
Mental health survival tips for people facing post-coup trauma in Myanmar
We recognizing the immediate needs of people in Myanmar effected by recent and ongoing events we have compiled some mental health survival tips and had them translated into English, Burmese, Sagaw Karen and Kachin languages.
DIGNITY Field Manual On Rehabilitation
This manual is intended to meet the need for sound, evidence-based and/or consensus-based advice in attempts to rehabilitate survivors of torture or organised violence, in regions with limited physical and human resources and lacking specialized medical care.
An Evidence-Based and Multilingual Biopsychosocial Pain Science Training and Treatment Manual. DIGNITY and ACR – The American Center for Rehabilitation are excited to share in a free and open source format. Beyond Pain is a pain science training and treatment manual available in English, Kurdish Sorani, and Arabic.
Traumatiserede flygtninge på danske rehabiliteringscentre
Målgruppebeskrivelse og effektmål.
Familien i fokus
En erfaringsbaseret metodehåndbog om tværfaglig rehabilitering af familier med traumerelateret vold.
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DIGNITY’s Act manual til grupper for nyankomne flygtninge med traumereaktioner.
Erfaringer fra rehabiliteringsklinikken i DIGNITY viser, at traumatiserede flygtninge ofte lever i Danmark i mange år med svære følger efter traumer uden at modtage relevant og effektiv behandling.
On Prevention and documentation of torture
DIGNITY Manual (2021)
Collaboration between medical doctors and lawyers when documenting torture in North Africa.
Marie Brasholt & Elna Søndergaard
Monitoring health in places of detention (2021)
An overview for health professionals.
This DIGNITY manual provides an overview of prison health aspects that are relevant when monitoring health in places of detention. It is primarily aimed at health professionals conducting monitoring visits as part of an independent monitoring body.
Towards a law (2020)
Mizan’s study on a new anti-torture law in Jordan.
Solitary Confinement as a Disciplinary Sanction (2017)
Prohibition and Prevention of Torture and ill-treatment in International and Regional Human Rights Treaties.
Documenting Torture While Providing Legal Aid: A Handbook for Lawyers
This handbook aims to assist lawyers worldwide, and to offer ideas and suggestions — based on PCATI’s extensive field experience — of how to provide the best legal aid while attempting to promote accountability of perpetrators and justice for the victims.
DIGNITY Guidance Documents
Global guidance on monitoring places of detention during the covid-19 pandemic. (2020)
A practical tool
Lisa Michaelsen & Kalliopi Kambanella
Reducing overcrowding in pre-trial detention and prison in the context of covid-19. (2020)
Increasing the use of non-cusodial measures.
Therese Maria Rytter & Kalliopi Kambanella
Synthesis of global guidance and recommendations on how to prevent and manage covid-19 in prisons. (2020)
DIGNITY Training Collection
A collection of material about prohibition and prevention of torture and other cruel, inhumane and degrading treatment or punishment.
Training Collection 1
Prohibition and Prevention of Torture and Ill-treatment in International and Regional Human Rights Treaties.
Training Collection 2
Other Relevant UN Standards Supplementing the Human Rights Treaties.
Training Collection 3
Overview of thematic torture resolutions by the UN Human Rights Council; omnibus resolutions by the UN General Assembly, and thematic reports by the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture 1990 – 2020.
On Prevention of violence
The possibilities and limitations of Grassroots Human Rights protection (2023)
Pre-Trial Detention (2021)
DIGNITY has supported the Ministry of Justice in Tunisia in developing guidelines to decrease the extensive use of pre-trial detention and increase the ability of judges to play a preventive role.
Preventive Covid-19 measures and violence prevention (2020)
Covid-19 communication campaigns developed by DIGNITY partners CIPREVICA in Central America and MidRift and HURA in East Africa, as part of the Intersectoral Urban Violence Prevention (IUVP) programme.
101 things you wanted to know about the police but were to afraid to ask (2019)
The primary purpose of is to improve relations and build trust between the police and the public, enabling joint peace building efforts in Uganda.
Bedre trivsel for traumatiserede flygtningefamilier i udsatte boligområder (2018)
Projekt FLYV, er et 3-årigt interventions- og metodeudviklingsprojekt i Mjølnerparken og Gellerup-Toveshøj.
Position Paper on Urban Violence
Extra-custodial use of force (2018)
Enhancing human rights protection in urban areas through a comprehensive approach.
Social justice for all (2017)
Linking human rights, development and violence in the city: Contributing to safer cities.
Seven essential questions to ask about the Philippine war on drugs (2017)
Answers from Bagong Silang, Metro-Manila.
No. 42 “Nine circles of hell”: Places of detention in Ukraine under the Russian occupation
Vadym Chovgan, Mykhailo Romanov and Vasyl Melnychuk
No. 40 Mental health and well-being of adult Syrian refugees and host population in Jordan
Jessica E. Lambert and Amalie M. Skovengaard
No. 39 DIGNITY’s State Dialogue Programme to prevent torture.
Overview and analysis of implementation in Jordan and Tunisia (2008-2019)
Elna Søndergaard and Jo-Anne Prud’homme
No. 38 Torture in Egypt: Systemic and systematic
Giorgio Caracciolo, Ergun Cakal, The Committee for Justice and Egyptian Commission for Rights and Freedoms
No. 37 Trauma and mental health difficulties among adult refugees in Kyaka ll settlement in Uganda
Jessica E. Lambert and Elise Denis-Ramirez
No. 36 Legal note on the standards of effective investigation of torture and other ill-treatment
Vadym Chovgan, Elna Søndergaard and Akashdip Sahota
No. 35 Torture como marca cotidiana. Narrativas sobre os Serviços de atenção às vítimas de tortura desenvolvidos no Rio de Janeiro e em São Paulo
Maria Gorete Marques de Jesus, Giane Silvestre & Thais Lemos Duarte
No. 34 The role of the police and security services during election violence in Sierra Leone
Andrew M Jefferson, Ahmed S Jalloh, Berthan L Bangura and John L Coker
No. 33 Gender based violence in two intermal settlements in Nakura country, Kenya
Jessica E. Lambert, Ph.D. and Bridget Michael
No. 32 IIşkence görmüş ki̇şi̇lerle çalişan fi̇zyoterapi̇stler i̇çi̇n uygulama rehberi̇ kroni̇k ağri, travma sonrasi stres bozukluğu ve uyku bozukluklari üzeri̇ne (Turkish)
Hanne Frank Nielsen
No. 31 Interventions for physiotherapists working with torture survivors
With special focus on chronic pain, PTSD, and sleep disturbances (Arabic)
Hanne Frank Nielsen
No. 30 Place-based leadership development for intersectoral urban violence prevention – the cases of Nakuru and Naivasha, Kenya
Laura knight, Valentina Lugli, kath Cahalin and Dan Moloney
No. 29 Mental health treatment in traditional and faith-based healing centres in Ghana
Jessica E. Lambert, Jeanette Kørner, Nikolaj Mølgaard Thomsen and Fred Nantogmah
No. 28 Centering family relations in addressing violence in poor neighbourhoods
Perpetrators and protectors
Steffen Jensen, Meghan Belcher, Juancho Reyes, Dominique Dix-Peek, Cartor Temba and Nonhlanhla Sibanda
No. 27 Everyday violence and security in Tunisia
Rikke Hostrup Haugbølle
No. 26 Interventions pour les kinesithérapeutes travaillant avec des survivants de torture Avec une attention particulière sur la douleur chronique, le sspt et les troubles
Hanne Frank Nielsen
No. 24 Survival and crisis in a diverse informal settlement: an action research project in Overcome Heights, South Africa
Nanna Schneiderman, Shari Thanjan, Derrick Naidoo, Steffen Jensen, Yolanda Anderson, Karen Mentoor, Shakena and Haziz Noredien and Gift Piri
No. 23 Suicide and self-harm in prisons
Maha Aon, Marie My Warborg Larsen and Marie Brasholt
No. 22 Étude sur la sécurité urbaine dans la Médina de Tunis
M. Adnen el Ghali, Dr. Yassine Turki and Ahlam Chemlali, chercheur collaborateur
No. 21 A study on urban security in the Medina of Tunis
M. Adnen el Ghali, Dr. Yassine Turki and Ahlam Chemlali, chercheur collaborateur
No. 19 Police practices in Liberia: a study of the legal frameworks and practices of fair trial, corruption and civilian oversight
Kari Øygard Larsen, Jo-Anne Prud’Homme, Steffen Jensen, Seidu Swaray and N. Russell Allen
No. 18 Legal study on policing and human rights standards internationally and in three countries of the global south (South Africa, Philippines and Liberia)
Jo-Anne Prud’Homme, Ernesto A. Anasarias, Themba Masuko, Malose Langa, Cara Casey Boyce, Kari Øygard Larsen, Steffen Jensen and N. Russell Allen
No. 17 Anti-torture advocacy in the Philippines: Building partnerships and alliances through transformative engagement
Joy Lascano, Kaloy Anasarias, Karl Hapal, Steffen Jensen and Andrew M. Jefferson
No. 16 Urban violence in Nakuru County, Kenya
Kamau Wairuri, Ahlam Chemlali and Mutuma Ruteree
No. 15 Psychosocial models for prevention and wellbeing: Addressing authority-based violence in urban neighbourhoods
Nomfundo Mogapi, Josephine Acuna Lascano, Ernesto A. Anasarias, Seidu Swaray, Themba Masuko and Steffen Jensen
No. 14 Social work models in addressing state and authority-based violence in Denmark and the Philippines
Carmel Ligon, Imelda Dura, Anna-Sofia Olesen Yurtaslan, Johanne Gregersen, Anna Bræmer Warburg, Maya Mynster Christensen and Steffen Jensen
No. 13 Organizing communities: Reflections on addressing authority-based violence in Monrovia, Manila and Johannesburg
Anna Warburg, Kaloy Anasarias, Nomfundo Mogapi, Seidu Swaray and Steffen Jensen
No. 12 Conditions for women in detention in Zambia: Needs, vulnerabilities and good practices
No. 11 Conditions for women in detention in Philippines: Needs, vulnerabilities and good practices
No. 10 Conditions for women in detention in Albania: Needs, vulnerabilities and good practices
No. 9 Conditions for women in detention in Jordan: Needs, vulnerabilities and good practices
Jo Baker and Elna Søndergaard
No. 8 Consequences of torture and organized violence: Libya needs assessment survey
Fathi Ali, Ahlam Chemlali, Morten Koch Andersen, Mette Skar, Henrik Ronsbo and Jens Modvig
No. 7 Conditions for women in detention: Needs, vulnerabilities and good practices
Jo Baker and Therese Rytter
No. 6 Interventions for physiotherapists working with torture survivors, with special focus on chronic pain, PTSD, and sleep disturbances
Hanne Frank Nielsen
No. 5 Revisiting perpetration: The blurred boundaries of violence
Helene Risør, Kirsten Toft Bang and Steffen Jensen
No. 4 Children and juveniles in detention: Study on compliance with international standards in Sierra Leone
Prison Watch Sierra Leone with the support of The Rehabilitation and Research Centre for Torture Victims
No. 3 Opfølgnings undersøgelse af pilotprojekt i Karlebo kommune: Mod en fælles indsats netværksarbejde til forebyggelse af ungdoms kriminalitet i traumatiserede flygtninge familier
Tine Smidt Lützen and Edith Montgomery
No. 2 Violence in Bagong Silang a research report prepared in collaboration between DIGNITY and Balay
By Steffen Jensen, Karl Hapal and Jens Modvig
No. 1 Finding our way: Developing a community work model for addressing torture
Megan Bantjes (CSVR), Malose Langa (CSVR) and Steffen Jensen (DIGNITY)
Bergh, B.V.D.; Brasholt, M.; Swai, P.J; Saidia, P.; Kidew, M.; Hincheli, N.L.; Aon, M.; Modvig, J. (2019). Torture and Torture Practices in Tanzania: Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice Among Medical Professionals. Torture. 2019, 29(2), pp. 70-80
Cakal, Ergun. (2019). Befogging Reason, Undermining Will: Understanding Sleep Deprivation as Torture and Other Ill-Treatment in International Law. Torture Journal. 2019, 29(2), pp. 11-22
Cakal, Ergun. (2019). Political Violence and Its Discontents: A Critique of Refugee Status as Purely Civilian and Humanitarian. Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies. 2019, 10(1), pp. 7-40
Cakal, Ergun. (2019). Pluralism, Tolerance and Control: On the Millet System and the Question of Minorities. International Journal on Minority and Group Rights. 2019 June
Christiansen, C.; Jensen, S. B.; Kelly, T. (2019). A predisposed view: State violence, human rights organisations and the invisibility of the poor in Nairobi. African Human Rights Law Journal. 2019 January, 19(2), pp. 721-742 22 p.
Dragsted, Brigitte. (2019). Crackdown economics: Policing of hawkers in Nairobi as violent inclusion. Geoforum. 2019 June, 102(2019), pp. 69-75
Gaborit, Liv. (2019). Looking through the Prison Gate: Access in the field of ethnography. Cadernos Pagu. 2019 (55), pp. 1-25
Haar, R.J.; Lin, J.; Modvig, J.; Nee, J.; Iacopino, V. (2019). The Istanbul Protocol: A Global Stakeholder Survey on Past Experiences, Current Practices and Additional Norm Setting. Torture. 2019, 29(1), pp. 70-84
Hahonou, Eric; Martin, Tomas Max. (2019). Immersion in the Bureaucratic Field: Methodological Pathways. Critique of Anthropology. 2019 May, 39(2), pp. 122–138
Jefferson, A. M.; Schmidt, B. E. (2019). Concealment and Revelation as Bureaucratic and Ethnographic Practice: Lessons from Tunisian Prisons. Critique of Anthropology. 2019 April, 39(2), pp. 155-171
Jefferson, Andrew M.; Segal, Lotte Buch. (2019). The Confines of Time: On the Ebbing Away of Futures in Sierra Leone and Palestine. Ethnos. 2019, 84(1), pp. 96-112
Jefferson, A.; Turner, S.; Jensen, S. (2019). Introduction: On Stuckness and Sites of Confinement. Ethnos. 2019, 84(1), pp. 1-13
Lambert, J.E.; Witting, A.B.; Ponnamperuma, L.; Wickrama, T. (2019). Subjective reactions to international research participation: An illustration of ethical considerations with women heading households in Sri Lanka. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. 2019, 89(4), pp. 518–523
Lambert, J.E.; Witting, A.B.; James, S.; Ponnamperuma, L.; Wickrama, T. (2019). Toward understanding posttraumatic stress and depression among trauma-affected widows in Sri Lanka. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy. 2019 July, 11(5), pp. 551–558
Martin, Tomas Max. (2019). The Ethnographer as Accomplice: Edifying Qualms of Bureaucratic Fieldwork in Kafka’s Penal Colony. Critique of Anthropology. 2019 April, 39(2), pp. 139–154
Martin, T.; Jefferson, A. (2019). Prison Ethnography in Africa: Reflections on a Maturing Field. Politique Africaine. 2019, 155(3), pp. 131-152
Nordin, Linda; Perrin, Sean. (2019). Pain and posttraumatic stress disorder in refugees who survived torture: The role of pain catastrophizing and trauma‐related beliefs. European Journal of Pain. 2019, Vol. 00, pp. 1–10
Pérez-Sales, P.; Søndergaard, E.; Shir, E.; Cakal, E.; Brasholt, M. (2019). Protocol on Medico-Legal Documentation of Sleep Deprivation. Torture Journal. 2019, 29(2), pp. 28-55
Skar, M.; Lokdam, N.; Liebling, A.; Muriqi, A.; Haliti, D.; Rushiti, F.; Modvig, J. (2019). Quality of Prison Life, Violence and Mental Health in Dubrava Prison. International Journal of Prisoner Health. 2019 August, 15(3), pp. 262-272
Søndergaard, Elna; Skillbeck, Rupert; Shir, Efrat. (2019). Development of interdisciplinary protocols on medico-legal documentation of torture: Sleep deprivation. Torture Journal. 2019, 29(2), pp. 23-27
Waltorp, K; Jensen, S. (2019). Awkward Entanglements: Kinship, Morality and Survival in Cape Town’s Prison–township Circuit. Ethnos. Journal of Anthropology. 2019, 84(1), pp. 41-55
Witting, A.B.; Lambert, J.; Wickrama, T. (2019). War and disaster in Sri Lanka: Implications for widows’ family adjustment and perception of self‐efficacy in caring for one’s family. International journal of Psychology. 2019 February, 54(1), pp. 126-134.
Witting, A.B.; Lambert, J.; Johnson, L.N.; Goodkin, C.; Wickrama, T. (2019). The stigma of widowhood in war and disaster affected communities of Sri Lanka: Contextual paths between trauma exposure and mental health distress. International Journal of Psychology. 2019 September
Worrall, Rob; Kjaerulf, Finn. (2019). Transforming minds, people and places: Leadership coalition building as catalyst for intersectoral collaboratives in urban violence prevention. Aggression and Violent Behavior. 2019, Vol. 47, pp. 282-292
Books and chapters
Jefferson, Andrew M.; Segal, Lotte Buch. (2019). The Confines of Time: On the Ebbing Away of Futures in Sierra Leone and Palestine. In Reflections on Life in Ghettos, Camps and Prisons: Stuckness and Confinement. (2019). Turner, S. (ed.); Jensen, S. B. (ed.), chap. 7. United Kingdom: Routledge
Jefferson, A.; Turner, S.; Jensen, S. (2019). Introduction: On Stuckness and Sites of Confinement. In Reflections on Life in Ghettos, Camps and Prisons: Stuckness and Confinement. (2019). Turner, S. (ed.); Jensen, S. B. (ed.), chap. 1. United Kingdom: Routledge
Petersen, M. J. (ed.); Jensen, S.B. (ed.). (2019). Faith in the system? Religion in the (Danish) asylum system. Denmark: Aalborg Universitetsforlag
Petersen, M. J.; Jensen, S.B. (2019). Faith in the system? Religion in the (Danish) asylum system. In Faith in the system? Religion in the (Danish) asylum system. (2019). Petersen, M. J. (ed.); Jensen, S. B. (ed.), p. 5-18. Denmark: Aalborg Universitetsforlag
Turner, S. (ed.); Jensen, S. B. (ed.). (2019). Reflections on Life in Ghettos, Camps and Prisons: Stuckness and Confinement. United Kingdom: Routledge
DIGNITY Publication Series
Frank, Hanne. (2019). Interventions pour les kinesithérapeutes travaillant avec des survivants de torture: Avec une attention particulière sure la douleur chronique, le sspt et les troubles du sommeil. DIGNITY Publication Series on Torture and Organised Violence, No. 26 [Arabic version]
Knight, Laura; Lugli, Valentina; Cahalin, Kath; Moloney, Dan. (2019). Place-Based Leadership Development for Intersectoral Urban Violence Prevention. The cases of Nakuru and Naivasha, Kenya. DIGNITY Publication Series on Torture and Organised Violence, No. 30
Rikke Hostrup Haugbølle (ed.) (2019) Everyday Violence and Security in Tunisia. Conference Proceeding DIGNITY Publication Series on Torture and Organised Violence, No. 27
Cakal, Ergun (2019). Gendered Justice: Socio-legal perspectives on Myanmar’s criminal justice system. Presentation Manuscript. Panel: Critical perspectives on penality in Southeast Asia, 10th European Association for South East Asian Studies Conference, Humboldt University, Berlin, 13 September 2019
Cakal, Ergun. (2019). Legal Review of Prisoner Contact Rights with the Outside World: A Commentary. In Prisoners’ contact with the outside world in Myanmar. (2019). Jefferson, A.M. (ed.); Htaik, U Than; Aung, Nwe Ni; Cakal, Ergun; Naing, Kyaw Lin; Oo, Aung Lin; Martin, Tomas Max, p. 52-60. Justice for All & DIGNITY. 2019 August
Chantraine, Gilles; Martin, Tomas. (2019). Ordres et désordres de l’évasion carcérale. Criminocorpus: Revue d’Histoire de la Justice, des Crimes et des Peines. 2019 December
Gaborit, Liv. (2019). Beyond the Prison Gate: Recognition through Photography and Action Research in Myanmar. Border Criminologies. 2019 December
Gaborit, Liv; Jefferson, Andrew. (2019). Rioting for Rule of Law: Prison Amnesties and Riots in Myanmar. Tea Circle. 2019 June
Jefferson, A.M. (ed.); Htaik, U Than; Aung, Nwe Ni; Cakal, Ergun; Naing, Kyaw Lin; Oo, Aung Lin; Martin, Tomas Max. (2019). Prisoners’ contact with the outside world in Myanmar. Justice for All & DIGNITY. 2019 August
Afana, A.J.; Tremblay, J.; Ghannam, J.; Ronsbo, H. & Veronese, G. (2018). Coping with trauma and adversity among Palestinians in the Gaza Strip: A qualitative, culture-informed analysis. Journal of Health Psychology. 2018 July 5; 00(0), p. 1-8
Andersen, M.K. (2018). Why corruption matters in Human Rights. Journal of Human Rights Practice. 2018 February; 10(1), p. 179–190
Aon M.; Sungusia, H; Brasholt, M; Van Den Bergh, B. & Modvig, J. (2018). Voices of torture survivors in Tanzania: A qualitative study. Torture. 2018;28(3):92-103. doi: 10.7146/torture.v28i3.111199. PMID:30649844
Bager, L.; Hansen, K.S.; Andersen, C.J & Wang, S. (2018). Does multidisciplinary rehabilitation of tortured refugees represent ‘value-for-money’?: A follow-up of a Danish case-study. BMC Health Services Research. 2018 June; 18(1), p. 443
Cakal, E. (2018). Debility, dependency and dread: On the conceptual and evidentiary dimensions of psychological torture. Torture Journal. 2018 August; 28(2), p. 15-37
Chang, W.; Andersen, C.J.; Berisha, B.S.; Estrup, O. & Wang, S. (2018). Economic evaluation of a bio-psycho-social intervention for comorbid disorders in a traumatized population in post-war Kosovo. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine. 2018 May; 50(5), p. 444-450
Jefferson, A.M. & Jalloh, A.S. (2018). Health provision and health professional roles under compromised circumstances: Lessons from Sierra Leone’s prisons. Criminology & Criminal Justice. 2018 July; 00(0), p. 1-19
Jefferson, A.; Turner, S. & Jensen, S. (2018). Introduction: On stuckness and sites of confinement. Ethnos. 2019, 84(1), p. 1-13 [Published online in 2018]
Jefferson, A.M. & Segal, L.B. (2018). The confines of time: On the ebbing away of futures in Sierra Leone and Palestine. Ethnos. 2019; 84(1), p. 96-112 [Published online in 2018]
Jensen, S. & Hapal, K. (2018). Police violence and corruption in the Philippines: Violent exchange and the war on drugs. Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs. 2018, 37(2), p. 39–62
Jensen, S.; Kelly, T. & Choudhury, Z.A. (2018). Counting torture: Towards the translation of robust, useful, and inclusive Human Rights indicators. Nordic Journal of Human Rights. 2018 October; 36(2), p. 132-150
Warburg, A.B. & Jensen, S. (2018). Policing the war on drugs and the transformation of urban space in Manila. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 2018 December; 00(0), p. 1-18
Worrall, R. & Kjaerulf, F. (2018). Building collaborative capability between law enforcement and civil society leaders to prevent urban violence. International Journal of Public Health. 2018 November; 63(8): p. 969-976
Books and book chapters
Christensen, M.M. (2018). Shaky grounds: Risk, profit and violent mobilization in Sierra Leone. In Sporadically radical: Ethnographies of organized violence and militant mobilization. (2018). Jensen, S. (ed.) & Vigh, H.E. (ed.), p. ?. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press
Huber, A. & Rytter, T. (2018). Women in the criminal justice system and the Bangkok Rules. In Gender Perspectives on Torture: Law and Practice. (2018). Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (ed.), p. 217-38. United States: American University Washington College of Law
Huber, A. & Rytter, T. (2018). Women, peace and security and the Convention against Torture. In The Oxford handbook of women, peace, and security. (2018). Davies, S.E. (ed.) & True, J. (ed.), chap. 56. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press
Jefferson, A.M. (2018). There is no escape: Constrained tales of sovereign practice and relations. In Prison breaks: Toward a sociology of escape. (2018). Martin, T.M. (ed) & Gilles, Chantraine (ed.), chap. 2 (p. 61-85). United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan
Jensen, S. (2018). Introduction. In Sporadically radical: Ethnographies of organized violence and militant mobilization. (2018). Jensen, S. (ed.) & Vigh, H.E. (ed.), p. 7-38. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press
Jensen, S. (ed.) & Vigh, H.E (ed.). (2018). Sporadically radical: Ethnographies of organized violence and militant mobilization. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press
Jensen, S. (2018). A world of significance: Equality, ritual and violence in a Manila fraternity. In Sporadically radical: Ethnographies of organized violence and militant mobilization. (2018). Jensen, S. (ed.) & Vigh, H.E. (ed.), p. 147-174. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press
Martin, T.M. (ed) & Gilles, Chantraine (ed.). (2018). Prison breaks: Toward a sociology of escape. United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan
Martin, T.M & Gilles, Chantraine. (2018). Introduction: Toward a sociology of escape’ in prison breaks. In Prison breaks: Toward a sociology of escape. (2018). Martin, T.M. (ed) & Gilles, Chantraine (ed.), p. 1-29. United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan
Martin, T.M. (2018). The tricky escape from Kizoti Court: Entanglement, precarity and Ugandan prison staff. In Prison breaks: Toward a sociology of escape. (2018). Martin, T.M. (ed) & Gilles, Chantraine (ed.), chap. 9 (p. 237-262). United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan
DIGNITY Publications Series
Larsen, K.Ø.; Prud’Homme, J.; Jensen, S.; Swaray, S. & Allen, N.R. (2018). Police practices in Liberia: A study of the legal frameworks and practices of fair trial, corruption and civilian oversight. DIGNITY Publication Series on Torture and Organised Violence, No. 19
Ghali, A.E.; Turki, Y. & Chemlali, A. (2018). A study on urban security in the medina of Tunis. DIGNITY Publication Series on Torture and Organised Violence, No. 20
Ghali, A.E.; Turki, Y. & Chemlali, A. (2018). Étude sur la sécurité urbaine dans la médina de Tunis. DIGNITY Publication Series on Torture and Organised Violence, No. 21
Brasholt, M.; Meyer, K. & Modvig, J. (2018). Fra frygt til styrke. Portræt af Nobelprisvinder Denis Mukwege. Bibliotek for Læger 4/2018
Christensen, M.M. (2018). Bedre trivsel for traumatiserede flygtningefamilier i udsatte boligområder: Et interventions- og metodeudviklingsprojekt i Mjølnerparken og Gellerup-Toveshøj. Dansk Institut mod Tortur – DIGNITY
Christensen, M.M.; Jensen, S. & Larsen, K.Ø. (2018). Extra-custodial use of force: Enhancing Human Rights protection in urban areas through a comprehensive approach. Position Paper, Danish Institute Against Torture – DIGNITY
Torture documentation practices in Tunisia, Morocco and Egypt. (2018). Study, Danish Institute Against Torture – DIGNITY [Detention]
Byberg, S. ; Østergaard, M.L.D. ; Rodrigues, A. ; Martins, C. ; Benn C.S. ; Aaby, P. ; Fisker A.B. (2017). Analysis of risk factors for infant mortality in the 1992-3 and 2002-3 birth cohorts in rural Guinea-Bissau. Public Library of Science one (PloS One). 2017 May; 18;12(5): e0177984
Christensen, Maya Mynster. (2017). Shadow Soldiering: Private Security Provision from Below in Sierra Leone. Conflict and Society. 3(1), p. 24-41
Christensen, Maya Mynster. (2017). The Underbelly of Global Security: Sierra Leonean ex-militias in Iraq. In
The Politics of Private Security Provision in Sub-Saharan Africa: From the Global Assemblage to the Everyday, Paul Higate & Mats Utas (eds.), pp. 70-89. Zed Books
Hansen, A.K.V ; Hansen-Nord, N.S. ; Smeir, I ; Engelkes-Heby, L ; Modvig, J. (2017). Impact of Narrative Exposure Therapy on torture survivors in the MENA region. Torture Journal. 2017, 27:3, p. 49-63
Jefferson, Andrew M. (2017). Psychological Torture. Definition, evaluation and measurement, by Pau Perez-Sales. Intervention: International Journal of Mental Health, Psychosocial Work and Counselling in Areas of Armed Conflict. 2018, 16:1, p. 61-62
Jefferson, Andrew M. (2017). Situated Perspectives on the Global Fight Against Torture. In Reflexivity and criminal justice: Intersections of policy, practice and research, Sarah Armstrong, Jarrett Blaustein & Alistair Henry (eds.), p. 335-356. Palgrave Macmillan
Jensen, S. ; Johansen, M.L. (2017). “They want us out”: Urban regeneration and the limits of integration in the Danish welfare state. Critique of Anthropology. 2017, 37:3, p. 297-316
Jensen, S. ; Kelly, T. ; Andersen, M. K. ; Christensen, C. ; Sharma, J. (2017). Torture and Ill-Treatment Under Perceived: Human Rights Documentation and the Poor. Human Rights Quarterly. 2017, 39:2, p. 393-415
Jensen, S. ; Bjerre Andersen, S. (2017). Partnership as Interpellation. European Journal of Development Research. 2017, 29:1, p. 93-107
Mikton, C.R. ; Tanaka, M. ; Tomlinson, M. ; Streiner, M. ; Tonmyr, L. ; Lee, B.X. ; Fisher, J. ; Hegadoren, K. ; Pim, J.M. ; Wang, S. ; MacMillan, H.R. (2017). Global research priorities for global violence prevention: A modified Delphi study. Bulletin of the World Health Organization. 2017 January, 1:95(1), p. 36–48
Sharma, J. ; M. K. Andersen (2017). Torture Redress Mechanisms in Nepal and Bangladesh: A Comparative Perspective. Economic and Political Weekly. Vol. LII., no. 17
Wang, SJ. ; Ardiana, B. ; Izeti, S. ; Kallaba M. ; Rushiti, F. ; Montgomery, E. ; Modvig, J. (2017). A novel bio-psycho-social approach for rehabilitation of traumatized victims of torture and war in the post-conflict context: a pilot randomized controlled trial in Kosovo. Conflict and Health. 2017 February, 8;10:34. doi: 10.1186/s13031-016-0100-y. eCollection 2016
Østergaard, M.L.D ; Nordentoft, M. ; Hjorthøj, C.R. (2017). Suicide and suicide attempts among psychiatric patients with alcohol or substance use disorders: A Danish nationwide cohort study of patients diagnosed with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, unipolar depression or personality disorder. Addiction. 2017 Jul;112(7):1250-1259. Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28192643
Peer-reviewed books, book chapters and articles
Andersen MK. Time-use, activism and the making of future. South Asia: journal of South Asian studies, 2016 39(2) : p. 415-429.
Bandy X. Lee, Finn Kjaerulf, Shannon Turner, Larry Cohen, Peter D. Donnelly, Robert Muggah, Rachel Davis, Anna Realini, Berit Kieselbach, Lori Snyder MacGregor, Irvin Waller, Rebecca Gordon, Michele Moloney-Kitts, Grace Lee and James Gilligan. Transforming Our World: Implementing the 2030 Agenda Through Sustainable Development Goal Indicators. Journal of Public Health Policy (2016) vol. 37, SI, S13-31. This Article is part of the special issue: Violence, Health, and the 2030 Agenda: Merging Evidence and Implementation.
Barghadouch A, Kristiansen M, Jervelund SS, Hjern A, Montgomery E and Norredam M. Refugee children have fewer contacts to psychiatric healthcare services : an analysis of a subset of refugee children compared to Danish-born peers. Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology,2016 51(8) : p. 1125-1136.
Dalgaard NT, Todd BK, Daniel SIF and Montgomery E. The transmission of trauma in refugee families : associations between intra-family trauma communication style, children’s attachment security and psychosocial adjustment. Attachment and human development, 2016 18(1) : p. 69-89.
Filges T, Montgomery E and Kastrup M.The impact of detention on the health of asylum seekers : a systematic review. Research on social work practice, 2016, p. 1-16 [e-pub ahead of print, February 2016].
Hansen-Nord NS, Kjaerulf F, Almendarez J, Morales Rodas V and Castro J. Reducing violence in poor urban areas of Honduras by building community resilience through community-based interventions. International journal of public health, 2016, p. 1-9 [e-pub ahead of print, July 2016].
Jefferson AM. Exacerbating Deprivation: Trajectories of Confinement in Sierra Leone. In: Ruth Armstrong and Ioan Durnescu, editors. Parole and beyond: International Experiences of Life After Prison. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016: chapter 10.
Jefferson AM. Situated Perspectives on the Global Fight against Torture. In: Sarah Armstrong, Jarrett Blaustein, Alistair Henry, editors. Reflexivity and Criminal Justice: Intersections of Policy, Practice and Research. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016: 335-356.
Jefferson AM and Martin TM. Prisons in Africa. In: Yvonne Jewkes, Ben Crewe, Jamie Bennett, editors. Handbook on prisons. Abingdon [United Kingdom]: Routledge, 2016: 423-440.
Kjaerulf F, Lee B, Cohen L, Donnelly P, Turner S, Davis R, Realini A, Mcloney-Kitts M, Gordon R, Lee G and Gilligan J. The 2030 agenda for sustainable development : a golden opportunity for global violence prevention. International journal of public health, 2016, 61(8). Full text
Mikton CR, Tanako M, Tomlinson M, Streiner DL, Tonmyr L, Lee BX, Fisher J, Hegadoren K, Pim JE, Wang S-J and MacMillan HL. Global research priorities for interpersonal violence prevention: a modified Delphi study. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 2016, 95(1) : p. 36-48. Full text
Larsson B, Gard G, Karlsson L, Persson A. Patient expectations for a multimodal pain rehabilitation programme: active participation and coping skills: a qualitative study. Disability and rehabilitation, 2016, 38(21) : p. 2135-2143.
Utas M and Christensen MM. The gift of violence: ex-militias and ambiguous relations during post-war elections in Sierra Leone. African conflict and peacebuilding review, 2016, 6(2) : p. 23-47.
Wang S-J, Bytyçi A, Izeti S, Kallaba M, Rushiti F, Montgomery E and Modvig J. A novel bio-psycho-social approach for rehabilitation of traumatized victims of torture and war in the post-conflict context: a pilot randomized controlled trial in Kosovo. Conflict and Health, 2016 10(1). Full text
Andersen MK. A broken system (Debate). Dhaka Tribune, 2016, August 7. Full text
Chemlali A. In the name of democracy. TORTURE : Asian and global perspectives, 2016, 5 (1) : 62-63. Full text
Christensen MM. Securing Sierra Leone 1997–2013: defence, diplomacy and development in action, by Peter Albrecht and Paul Jackson [book review]. African affairs, 2016, 115(459) : p. 372-373.
Hedlund A. Våld och Socialisering: Våldets Organisation bland Huturebeller i Kongo. In: Edling Christofer & Rostami Amir, editors. Våldets Sociala Dimensioner: Individ, Relation, Organisation. Lund: Studentlitteratur, 2016: 209-227.
Jacobsen L. Massage med fokus på nervesystemet. In: Nanna Linde, editor. Lærebog i massage. København: Munksgaard, 2016: 95-112.
Jensen S, Kelly T. Missing torture amongst the poor. OpenGlobalRights / openDemocracy, 2016: 2 p. Full text
Kiama P, Christiansen C, Chemlali A, Kelly T and Jensen S. Violence amongst the urban poor in Nairobi. Kenya: IMLU, 2016: 2 p. Full text
Modvig J. Death penalty – torture or ill-treatment? In: Ivan Simonovic, editor. Death penalty and the victims. New York: United Nations, 2016: 164-174.
Montgomery, E. Det sociale arbejde med børn og unge fra traumatiserede flygtningefamilier. UDENFOR NUMMER, 2016, 32: p. 26-35 Full text
Mumm H. Musikterapi med uledsagede mindreårige flygtninge. Tidsskriftet Dansk Musikterapi, 2016, 13(2) : p. 3-8.
Sapir EB (ed.); Contrib. authors: Stroumsa R, Søndergaard E, Alkhatib SA, Grinberg O, Odeh S, Shir E, Modvig J and Ruben R. Documenting torture while providing legal aid: a handbook for lawyers. PCATI and DIGNITY – Danish Institute Against Torture, 2016.
Sjölund BH (ed.); Contrib. authors: Harlacher U, Jansen GB, Kastrup M, Madsen A-G, Montgomery E, Polatin P, Prip K, Sjölund BH. Al-Dalil al-maydani li-majlis abhath i´adah ta´hil al-dahaya al-ta´dhib [DIGNITY Field manual on rehabilitation] : version 2.2. Copenhagen: DIGNITY – Danish Institute Against Torture, 2016.
Peer-reviewed books and book chapters
Filges T, Montgomery E, Kastrup M and Jørgensen AMK. The impact of detention on the health of asylum seekers : a systematic review. Oslo : Campbell Collaboration, 2015. Full text
Jefferson AM, Gaborit LS. Human Rights in Prisons: Comparing Institutional Encounters in Kosovo, Sierra Leone and the Philippines. Houndsmills : Palgrave-MacMillan, 2015.
Jefferson AM. Performing ethnography : infiltrating prison spaces. In: Deborah H. Drake, Rod Earle, Jennifer Sloan, editors. The Palgrave handbook of prison ethnography. (Palgrave studies in prisons and penology). Basingstoke [United Kingdom]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015: 169-186.
Jensen S. Conflicting Logics of Exceptionality: New Beginnings and the Problem of Police Violence in Post-Apartheid South Africa. In: Gerhard A, Zenker O, editors. Transition and Justice : negotiating the terms of new beginnings in Africa (Development and Change Special Issues). Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2015: 65-84. [Originally published in: Development and Change, 2014, 45 (3): 458-478]
Nissen M, Vitus K, Jefferson AM and Ingholt L. Utopiarbejde: udkast til en forskningsmetode. In: Jane Ege Møller, Søren S.E. Bengtsen, Karen P. Munk, editors. Metodefetichisme: kvalitativ metode på afveje. Aarhus: Aarhus Universitetsforlag, 2015: 145-171.
Agger I. Calming the mind : healing after mass atrocity in Cambodia. Transcultural psychiatry,2015, p. 1-18 [e-pub ahead of print, February 2015]. Full text
Dalgaard N and Montgomery E. Disclosure and silencing: A systematic review of the literature on patterns of trauma communication in refugee families. Transcultural psychiatry, 2015, p. 1-15 [e-pub ahead of print, February 2015]. Full text
Gaborit LS and Jefferson AM.Mærket af fængslet : følelsers rolle i etnografisk fængselsforskning. Psyke & logos 36(1) : 153-173.
Jensen S. Between illegality and recognition : exploring sacrificial violence in a Manila brotherhood. Critique of Anthropology, 2015, 35 (1) : p. 64-77. Full text
Jensen S. Corporealities of violence : rape and the shimmering of embodied and material categories in South Africa. Critical African studies, 2015, 2(7) : p. 99-117.
Rodgers D and Jensen S. The problem with templates : learning from organic gang-related violence reduction. Stability: international journal of security and development, 2015, 1(4) : p. 1-16. Full text
Ali F, Andersen MK, Chemlali A, Modvig J, Ronsbo H and Skar M. Consequences of Torture and Organized Violence: Libya Needs Assessment Survey. Copenhagen; DIGNITY – Danish Institute Against Torture, 2015. (DIGNITY publication series on torture and organised violence; 8). Full text
Andersen MK. Bangladesh : the making of politics. TORTURE : Asian and global perspectives, 2015, 3 (6) : 32-37.Full text
Andersen MK. Korruption. Også en udfordring i Danmark (Debate). Politiken [daily newspaper], 2015, May 3 (section 2): 12.
Andersen MK and Wendt E. Law as repression. Torture : Asian and global perspectives, 2015 4(1-2) : 15-18. Full text
Baker J and DIGNITY. Conditions for Women in Detention in Albania: Needs, vulnerabilities and good practices. Copenhagen; DIGNITY – Danish Institute Against Torture, 2015. (DIGNITY publication series on torture and organised violence; 10). Full text
Baker J and DIGNITY. Conditions for Women in Detention in Albania: Needs, vulnerabilities and good practices. Copenhagen; DIGNITY – Danish Institute Against Torture, 2015. (DIGNITY publication series on torture and organised violence; 11). Full text
Baker J and DIGNITY. Conditions for Women in Detention in Albania: Needs, vulnerabilities and good practices. Copenhagen; DIGNITY – Danish Institute Against Torture, 2015. (DIGNITY publication series on torture and organised violence; 12). Full text
Baker J and Søndergaard E. Conditions for Women in Detention in Jordan: Needs, vulnerabilities and good practices. Copenhagen; DIGNITY – Danish Institute Against Torture, 2015. (DIGNITY publication series on torture and organised violence; 9). Full text
Chehabi L-L.Prévention et éradication de la torture : le chantier tunisien.Courrier de l’ACAT, 2015, 330 : 52-53. Full text
Chemlali A. Trofæfotografier – krigens selfies. Ulandsnyt.dk, 2015, January 15. Full text
Chemlali A. Floating cemetery : unwanted and abandoned at sea. TORTURE : Asian and global perspectives, 2015, 4(1-2) : 63-64.Full text
Chemlali A. Loss & Love in the Middle East. TORTURE : Asian and global perspectives, 2015, 3 (6) : 53-54.Full text
Verland K. Derfor fejler integrationen i Danmark (Debate). Politiken [daily newspaper], 2015, Juni 17 (section Kultur): 9. Full text
Verland K. Så hør dog efter! (Debate). Jyllandsposten [daily newspaper], 2015, April 26 (section Karriere): 2. Full text
Hansen-Nord NS, Skar M, Kjaerulf F, Almendarez J, Bähr S, Sosa Ó, Castro J, Andersen A-MN, Modvig J. Social capital and violence in poor urban areas in Honduras. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 2014, 6 p.
Jefferson AM. Conceptualizing confinement : prisons and poverty in Sierra Leone. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 2014, 14 (1): 44-60.
Jensen NK,Johansen KS, Kastrup M,Krasnik A, and Norredam M. Patient experienced continuity of care in the psychiatric healthcare system : a study including immigrants, refugees and ethnic Danes. International journal of environmental research and public health, 2014, 11(9): 9739-9759.
Jensen S. Conflicting Logics of Exceptionality: New Beginnings and the Problem of Police Violence in Post-Apartheid South Africa. Development and Change, 2014, 45 (3): 458-478.
Martin TM, Jefferson AM, Bandyopadhyay M. Sensing prison climates : governance, survival, and transition. Focaal – journal of global and historical anthropology, 2014, (68): 3-17.
Phaneth S, Panha P, Sopheap T, Harlacher U. and Polatin P. Education as Treatment for Chronic Pain in Survivors of Torture and Other Violent Events in Cambodia: Experiences With Implementation of a Group-Based “Pain School” and Evaluation of Its Effect in a Pilot Study. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research, 2014, 19 (1): 53–69.
Zabiliute E. Notes from the field: Delhi Assembly elections, daru and politisation of violence against women. Feminist review, 2014, 107: 90-97.
Peer-reviewed books and book chapters
Jacobsen L and Ammundsen T. Family matters: a case of mutual growth. In: Overland G, Guribye E and Lie B, editors. Nordic work with traumatized refugees: do we really care. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014: 156-172.
Jefferson AM. Performances of victimhood, allegation and disavowal in Sierra Leone. In: Jensen S and Ronsbo H, editors. Histories of victimhood. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014: 218-238.
Jensen S. Negotiating victimhood in Nkomazi, South Africa. In: Jensen S and Ronsbo H, editors. Histories of victimhood. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014: 104-123.
Jensen S. Stunted future : ‘buryong’ among young men in Manila. In: Dalsgård AL, Frederiksen MD, Højlund S and Meinert L, editors. Ethnographies of youth and temporality: time objectified. Philadelphia: Temple University, 2014: 41-56.
Jensen S, Bjarnesen J. Violence and urban politics : introduction. In: Moksnes H and Melin M, editors. Claiming the city : civil society mobilisation by the urban poor. Uppsala: Uppsala University, 2014: 163-171.
Jensen S, Hapal K. Policing Bagong Silang: Intimacy and politics in the Philippines. In: Albrecht P and Kyed HM, editors. Policing and the Politics of Order-Making. Oxon: Routledge, 2014: 24-39.
Jensen S, Ronsbo H. Histories of victimhood. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014.
Jensen S, Stepputat F. Demobilizing civilians. In: Lind G, editor. Civilians at war. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press, 2014: 203-234.
Modvig J. Violence, sexual abuse and torture in prisons. In: Enggist S, Møller L, Galea G and Udesen C, editors. Health in Prisons. Copenhagen: WHO Europe region, 2014: 19-26.
Montgomery E. Consequences of torture and organised violence among children and youth from the Middle East. In: Overland G, Guribye E and Lie B, editors. Nordic work with traumatized refugees: do we really care. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014: 221-233.
Ronsbo H. Ansiedades psicosociais e o enigma da violencia publica. In: Cardia N and Astolfi R, editors. Tortura na era dos direitos humanos. Sao Paulo: Editora da Universidade de Sao Paulo, 2014: 253-273.
Ronsbo H, Jensen S. Introduction. Histories of victimhood: assemblages, transactions and figures. In: Jensen S and Ronsbo H, editors. Histories of victimhood. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014: 1-22.
Ronsbo H, Paniagua W. Between recognition and care: victims, NGOs and the state in the Guatemalan postconflict victimhood assemblages. In: Jensen S and Ronsbo H, editors. Histories of victimhood. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014: 124-143.
Sveaass N, Agger I, Elsass P, Hamber B and Sønneland, AM. Surviving gross human rights violations : exploring survivors’ experience of justice and reparations. In: Cooper S and Ratele K, editors. Psychology serving humanity: proceedings of the 30thInternational Congress of Psychology : Volume 2: Western psychology. London: Psychology Press, 2014: 67-83.
Van Den Bergh B, Plugge E, Aguirre IY. Women’s health and the prison setting. In: Enggist S, Møller L, Galea G and Udesen C, editors. Health in Prisons. Copenhagen: WHO Europe region, 2014: 159-164.
Prip K. Disability among tortured refugees in relation to pain and sensory function in their feet, Ph.D. thesis, University of Southern Denmark, Faculty of Health Sciences, Institute of Public Health, 2014.
Ammundsen T. Verden set gennem udsatte flygtningefamiliers øjne. Integrationstræf 14: om at rydde sten af vejen, KL og Socialstyrelsen, 2014, september 8, Kolding.
Gaborit L. Practices of Othering and Complicity in Prison Reform Work – Studying prison reform in Kosovo, Sierra Leone and the Philippines. Annual Conference of the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control, Liverpool John Mores University, 2014, September 4, Liverpool, United Kingdom.
Gaborit L, Jefferson AM. What Encounters Count? Understanding prisons as relational spaces. Annual Conference of The Royal Geographical Society, International British Geography, Royal Geographical Society, 2014,August 29, London, United Kingdom.
Harnish H. Perspectives on `the urge to kill´ among ex-combatants from the Lords Resistance Army in Acholiland, Northern Uganda. PhD seminar, The trouble with violence – lessons from psychology, sociology and anthropology. Copenhagen University, CRIC, 2014, May 13-14, Copenhagen.
Harnisch H, Montgomery E, Knoop H. Conceptualizing Resilience: Avoidance, silence and dissociation as resilient trajectories among former child soldiers and ex-combatants coping with past trauma and present double bind situations in Northern Uganda. 2nd World Congress 2014, May 8-10th, Romania.
Jefferson AM. Surviving Prisons in Kosovo, Sierra Leone and the Philippines. Lecture, ‘Close Encounters’, University of Bangor, 2014, March 31, Wales, United Kingdom.
Jensen S. The Violence of Resettlement. Symposium, The Urban Turn In Development Sociology : Agency and Ordering in the City, Wageningen University, 2014, June 30-July 1, Wageningen, Netherlands.
Jensen S. Violent exchange: Corruption and Sovereign Power in urban centres of the Global South. Urban Studies Seminar Series, Glasgow University, 2014, May 9, Glasgow, Scotland.
Jensen S. Exploring Issues of Confinement and Violence in Urban Poor Communities and Jail Settings. Balay, Danish Institute against Torture (DIGNITY), University of the Philippines, 2014, April 1, Quezon City, Philippines.
Jensen S, Langa M. Violent Exchange – reciprocity and sovereign power in policing urban neighbourhoods. 1994-2014: 20 years of South African Democracy Programme Outline, St Antony’s College, University of Oxford, 2014, April 24-26, Oxford, United Kingdom.
Montgomery E. Working Group on Resettlement (WGR), United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). 2014, February 3-4, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Montgomery E. Traumatiserede flygtningebørn. Dansk Flygtningehjælps Unge Netværk (DFUNK). 2014, June 25, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Polatin P. Narrative therapies for victims of torture and other severe traumatic events. Lecture, Global Mental Health: Trauma and recovery Certificate Program, The Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma, Harvard Medical School – Department of Continuing Education, 2014, November 13, Orvieto, Italy.
Reimer K. Finding the right information and literature on refugee trauma at the right time. Lecture, Global Mental Health: Trauma and recovery Certificate Program, The Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma, Harvard Medical School – Department of Continuing Education, 2014, November 21, Orvieto, Italy.
Ronsbo, H. Is there a thing called Central American post-conflict societies? 21st Century Latin America: Conflict to Post-Conflict Violence, Saint Andrews University, 6-7 march 2014
Dinesen C, Ronsbo H, Juarez C, Gonzales M, Mendez MAE, Modvig J. Violence and social capital in post-conflict Guatemala. Rev Panam Salud Publica, 2013, 34 (3) : 162-168.
Kold C. Synthetic soldiers and a priori commands : opposing positions for observing the military?. Defence Studies, 2013, 13 (1) : 99-124.
Kold C. New operations – new attitudes? Are soldiers’ attitudes influenced by the objectives of peace operations. Journal of International Peacekeeping, 2013, 17 (1-2) : 46-73.
Kold C. Warriors or Peace Soldiers. International Journal of Peace Studies, 2013, 19 (1) : 27-54.
De Haene L, Dalgaard NT, Montgomery E, Grietens H, Verschueren K. Attachment narratives in refugee children: interrater reliability and qualitative analysis in pilot findings from a two-site study. Journal of traumatic stress, 2013, 26 (3) : 413-417.
Storm T, Engberg M. The impact of immigration detention on the mental health of torture survivors is poorly documented : a systematic review. Danish Medical Journal, 2013, 60 (11) : A4728.
Books, reports and book chapters
Birkeland SA. I kamp for Danmark : danske skæbner i 2. verdenskrig. København, Gyldendal, 2013.
Jefferson AM. The situated production of legitimacy: Perspectives from the global South. In: Tankebe J and Liebling A, editors. Legitimacy and criminal justice: an international exploration. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013: 248-266.
Jensen S, Hapal K, Modvig J. Violence in Bagong Silang : a research report prepared in collaboration between DIGNITY and Balay. København; DIGNITY – Danish Institute Against Torture, 2013. (DIGNITY publication series on torture and organised violence; 2).
Jensen S, Stepputat F. Afterword: Notes on securitization and temporality. In: Holbraad M and Pedersen MA, editors. Times of security: ethnographies of fear, protest and the future. New York: Routledge, 2013: 213-221.
Kold C, Sørensen H. Psychological stress. In: Guiseppe Caforio, editor. Soldiers without Frontiers: The View from the Ground. Experiences of Asymmetric Warfare. Rome: Bonnoeditore, 2013: 233-254.
Kold C, Sørensen H. Country Chapter – Denmark. In: Guiseppe Caforio, editor. Soldiers without Frontiers: The View from the Ground. Experiences of Asymmetric Warfare. Rome: Bonnoeditore, 2013: 289-297.
Lützen TS, Montgomery E. Opfølgningsundersøgelse : mod en fælles indsats – netværksarbejde til forebyggelse af ungdomskriminalitet i traumatiserede flygtningefamilier. København: DIGNITY – Dansk Institut Mod Tortur, 2013. (DIGNITY publication series on torture and organised violence; 3).
Nielsen, HF. Interventions for physiotherapists working with torture survivors : with special focus on chronic pain, PTSD, and sleep disturbances. Copenhagen; DIGNITY – Danish Institute Against Torture, 2013. (DIGNITY publication series on torture and organised violence; 6).
Risør H, Bang, KT, Jensen S. Revisiting Perpetration : The blurred bounderies of violence. Copenhagen; DIGNITY – Danish Institute Against Torture, 2013. (DIGNITY publication series on torture and organised violence; 5).
Sjölund BH (ed.); Contrib. authors: Harlacher U, Jansen GB, Kastrup M, Madsen A-G, Montgomery E, Polatin P, Prip K, Sjölund BH. DIGNITY Field manual on rehabilitation : version 2.2. Copenhagen: DIGNITY – Danish Institute Against Torture, 2013.
Prison Watch Sierra Leone with the support of DIGNITY – Danish Institute Against Torture [Contributions from Louise Simonsen Aaen]. Children and juveniles in detention – Study on compliance with International Standards in Sierra Leone. København: DIGNITY- Danish Institute Against Torture, 2013. (DIGNITY Publication Series on Torture and Organised Violence; 4).
Andersen MK. The politics of politics youth mobilization, aspirations and the threat of violence at Dhaka University, Ph.D. thesis, Roskilde University, ISG, 2013.
Christensen MM. Shadow Soldiering – Mobilisation, Militarisation and the Politics of Global Security in Sierra Leone, Ph.D. thesis, University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Anthropology, 2013.
Johansen ML. In the borderland : Palestinian parents navigating Danish welfare state interventions, Ph.D. thesis, Aarhus University, Department of culture and society, 2013.
Rasmussen, J. The Chameleon and the Mugumo tree : The politics of the Kenyan Mungiki movement, Ph.D. thesis, University of Roskilde, 2013.
Ammundsen T, Jacobsen L. Familiebehandling med traumatiserede flygtningefamilier. The 18th Nordic Conference for Therapists and care-givers Working with Traumatised Refugees, 2013, April 18-20, Bergen, Norway.
Barghadouch, A., Kristiansen, M., Nielsen, S.S., Montgomery, E., Hjern, A., Nørredam, M. Are there differences in psychiatric contacts among refugee children compared with their native Danish peers? A registry-based Danish cohort study. EUPHA, 2013, November Brussels.
Egelund A. Reaching prisoners in Zambia with HIV prevention. Seminar: ‘Working on the margins – approaches to reaching key populations’, AIDSnet, 2013, March 21, Copenhagen.
Gaborit, Liv S. Subjectification in Philippine Jails. The Stuck, the Mobile and the Disclocated – reflections on life in ghettos, slums, camps and prisons, Aalborg University and DIGNITY, 2013, October 30-November 1, Copenhagen.
Gaborit, Liv S. Ritualised subjectification – resistance to objectification in Philippine jails. Critical Criminology in a Changing World – Tradition and Innovation. 41th Annual Conference of the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control, 2013, Oslo.
Harlacher U, Nordin L, Hansen A. “Actimeter” as an innovative tool for the objective measurement of sleep-disorder of torture-survivors with complex PTSD. Poster presentation, The 13th European Conference on Traumatic Stress, 2013, June 6-9, Bologna, Italy.
Harnisch H. Unbecoming a Perpetrator – becoming a no one, a victim, a somebody, a hero. Presentation, 10th Biannual Conference of InternationalAssociation of Genocide Scholars, 2013, June 19-22, Siena, Italy.
Harnisch H, Montgomery E, Knoop H. Next time I will be more than this : Navigating stuckness and identities among Ex-Child Combatants in Northern Uganda. The Stuck, the Mobile and the Dislocated : Reflections on Life in Ghettos, Slums, Camps and Prisons, 2013, October 30-November 1, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Harnisch H, Montgomery E, Knoop H. Strategies of Survival and Becoming : Resilience among Ex-Child Combatants in Northern Uganda. The 16th European Conference on Developmental Psychology, 2013, September 3-7, Lausanne, Switzerland.
Jefferson AM. Confinement and Subjectivity – sites, embodied practices and entangled encounters. Symposium : Confinement viewed through the prism of the social sciences : Contrasting facilities, confronting approaches, 2013, October 16-19, Pessac, France.
Jefferson AM. Confinement and Subjectivity: sites, embodied practices and entangled encounters. Sites of Confinement, Liverpool John Moores University, 2013, March 22, Liverpool.
Jefferson AM. Unsettled restlessness and the confines of time. The Stuck, the Mobile and the Dislocated : Reflections on Life in Ghettos, Slums, Camps and Prisons, 2013, October 30-November 1, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Jensen S. Between illegality and recognition: Masculinity and brotherhood in Manila. Southeast Asian Network meeting, Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, University of Copenhagen, 2013, April 18-19, Copenhagen.
Jensen S. Corporealities of violence: rape and the stabilization of bodies in South Africa. Keynote address, Corporealities of Violence in Southern Africa, 2013, September 4-6, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom.
Jensen S. Lejren tur/ retur. ‘Forsker i fokus’ om Giorgio Agamben, Center for sociologiske studier (CESAU), Aarhus Universitet, 2013, April 30, Århus.
Jensen S. Ordinary and Extraordinary Violence: Authority and Corruption in Philippine Policing. Presentation, “When Individuals and States Go Bad : State-Sponsored Violence and Murder”, 2013, October 23, Lund, Sweden.
Jensen S. Policing Bagong Silang – politics and the privatization of public interest. Presentation and organizer, “Crisis and Conflict” : Peace and Conflict Studies in Anthropology, 4th bi-annual Conference of PACSA, 2013, August 28-30, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Jensen S. Subjectivity and de-subjectification among Coloureds in Cape Town. Keynote speaker, ¿Qué sujeto, cual conflicto? Subjetividad, Política y relaciones interculturales en América Latina y el mundo, 2013, December 12-14, Santiago, Chile.
Jensen S. Temporality of Resettlement: reflections on a chronotop. ‘Property and Citizenship in Developing Societies’, Panel 4(b): Resettlement, Ressources and the Reordering of Authority, 1st Conference of the Procit Research Network, University of Copenhagen, 2013, May 28-31, Frederiksberg.
Jensen S. Violence and urban politics. Parallel sessions, ‘Claiming the city : civil society mobilization by the urban poor’, 2013, April 16-17, Uppsala, Sweden.
Jensen S. Violent Exchange : police violence and corruption in the Philippines and South Africa. Presentation, Antropología Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, 2013, December 11, Santiago, Chile.
Johansen ML. Et blik på netværksmødernes målgruppe. Tværfagligt samarbejde med udsatte familier, DIGNITY, 2013, February 4, Copenhagen.
Klahr A. Kropslige ressourcer og kropsbevidsthed hos traumatiserede og torturerede flygtninge målt med Body Awareness Scale- et fysioterapeutisk pilotprojekt. The 18th Nordic Conference for Therapists and care-givers Working with Traumatised Refugees, 2013, April 18-20, Bergen, Norway.
Klahr A. Smerter hos torturerede og traumatiserede flygtninge set ud fra teorien om neuromatrix. Netværkskonference for fysioterapeuter og psykomotoriske terapeuter, 2013, November 5, Vejle.
Montgomery E. Børn og unge med flygtningebaggrund – traume, eksil og psykisk sundhed. ELSA DAY : Uledsagede flygtningebørn i Danmark – Jagten på værdighed, sikkerhed og en bedre fremtid, 2013, March 20, Copenhagen.
Montgomery E. Stress and Coping During Fieldwork. Abstract, The loose ends of fieldwork, University of Copenhagen, 2013, March 1-3, Copenhagen.
Montgomery E. Trauma and resilience in young refugees from the Middle East, 16th European Conference on Developmental Psychology, 2013, Lausanne.
Montgomery E. Traumatiserede flygtningebørn livsvilkår. Inspirationskonference om minoritetsbørn og børn med flere sprog, 2013, March 18-19, Copenhagen.
Nordin L, Harlacher U, Engberg M, Lundh LG, Perrin S. Very Brief Exposure in PTSD : A pilot project on tortured and traumatised refugees. Poster presentation, The 13th European Conference on Traumatic Stress, 2013, June 6-9, Bologna, Italy.
Persson AL, Prip K. Stimulus-evoked pain in the feet: impact on walking speed in traumatized and tortured refugees. Poster presentation, European Federation of IASP® Chapters (EFIC) Congress 2013 “Pain in Europe VIII”, 2013, October 9-12, Florence, Italy.
Rønsbo H, Jeppesen S. A Pragmatic Approach to Constructed dialogue and tempus. Presentation, 10th Biannual Conference of InternationalAssociation of Genocide Scholars, 2013, June 19-22, Siena, Italy.
Rønsbo H. Histories of Victimhood. Between rule and recognition in the Guatemalan post-conflict assemblage. Presentation, Encounters and Engagements : Creating New Agendas for Medical Anthropology, 2013, June 12-14, Tarragona, Spain.
Rønsbo H. Violencia y Sentido. Las Memorias de la Guerra, Universidad de El Salvador, 2013, September 26-27, El Salvador.
Storm T, Engberg M. The impact of immigration detention on the mental health of torture survivors : a systematic review. 21st European Congress of Psychiatry, 2013, April 9, Nice.
Zabiliute, E. Ambiguous Citizens, Different Bodies. Property and Citizenship in Developing Societies, 2013, May 28-31, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Zabiliute, E. Because of Tension, Every Illness Comes. Social Mobility in Post-reform India, 2013, November 7-8, Delhi University, Delhi, India.
Zabiliute, E. Drawing Boundaries of Sonia Gandhi Camp. Social mobility, Inequity and City in the Global South, 2013 June 21-22, New York University, New York, USA.
Zabiliute, E. Poverty, kamzori and tension: embodied uncertainty in a Delhi slum. The Stuck, the Mobile and the Dislocated: Reflections on Life in Ghettos, Slums, Camps and Prisons, 2013, October 30-November 1, Alborg University and DIGNITY, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Zabiliute, E. Precarious Bodies: Governing a Slum in New Delhi, 2013, April 23-25, Leiden, Netherlands.