Draft Symposium Programme, 5-7 December 2016

 

The final Symposium programme will be released at the start of September. An insight into the themes that will be discussed is available in both English and Spanish.

 

Theme 1: What works for who, where and why? - Trends and development in research on rehabilitation methods

Theme 2: What are the challenges in implementing the Right to Rehabilitation? - Getting the needed political, financial, legal and public support

Theme 3: What can we learn from others? - Sharing knowledge with other human rights and health sectors

 

Day 1
Monday 5 December 2016
Morning sessions

Opening session

Break

Plenary: Rehabilitation in contexts of systemic torture

Break

Theme 1

6 concurrent working sessions (introduction in plenary)


Lunch Break
Afternoon sessions

Plenary: Financing of the Right to Rehabilitation

Break

Theme 2

6 concurrent working sessions (introduction in plenary)


Day 2
Tuesday 6 December 2016
Morning sessions

Plenary: Fostering resilience - survivor participation in research and treatment planning

Break

Theme 1

6 concurrent working sessions (introduction in plenary)


Lunch Break
Afternoon sessions

Symposium Poster Session (and Marketplace tbd)

Break

Theme 3

6 concurrent working sessions (introduction in plenary)


Tuesday evening
Special Evening sessionOpen House: Learn about IRCT Research development, projects and programmes

Day 3
Wednesday 7 December 2016
Morning sessions

Plenary: Challenges of mass influx and aligning service delivery

Break

Theme 1

6 concurrent working sessions (introduction in plenary)

Lunch Break

Expanded programme slots

 

Break

Closing session

 

The Scientific Symposium is followed by the General Assembly starting on the morning of 8 December.

 

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