Members & Observers

Current Member Organisations         

 

Action Group for Health, Human Rights and HIV/AIDS (AGHA), Uganda       

Aman-saulyk, Kazakhstan

Association for Victims of Repression in Africa (AVRA), DR Congo
Association Jeunesse pour la Paix et la non-violence (AJPNV), Chad

Centre International de Pédiatrie à Tanger, Morocco

Centre for Enquiry into Health and Allied Themes (CEHAT), India

Commonwealth Medical Trust (COMMAT), UK

Doctors for Human Rights, UK

EDHUCASalud, Peru
Global Initiative on Psychiatry (GIP) - Tbilisi, Georgia

Program on Global Health & Human Rights, USA

Independent Medico-Legal Unit (IMLU), Kenya

International AIDS Society (IAS), Switzerland

Johannes Wier Foundation, Netherlands

Kyrgyz Medical Association, Kyrgyzstan

Medici per i Diritti Umani, Italy

Physicians for Human Rights, Israel

Physicians for Human Rights, USA

Physicians for Social Justice, Nigeria

Save Congo, DR Congo

Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights (ZADHR), Zimbabwe

 

 

Current Observer Organisations

 

Amnesty International

British Medical Association (BMA)

International Council of Nurses (ICN)

International Federation of Medical Students' Associations (IFMSA)

International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims (IRCT)

Norwegian Medical Association (NMA)

Ipas

People's Health Movement (PHM)

South African Medical Association (SAMA)

Turkish Medical Association (TTB)

Uganda Medical Workers Union

World Medical Association (WMA)

 

 

Individual Members

 

Ajaz Akhtar, Pakistan
Gwendolyn Albert, USA/Czech Republic
Abdulaziz Bahaj, Yemen
Bishnu Prasad Bastola, Nepal
Raju Prasad Chapagai, Nepal
Lamiaa M. Elsayed Mostafa, Egypt
Gregory Fabian, USA/Slovakia
Marco Gomez, South Africa
Irma Manjavidze, Georgia
Layth Mula Hussain, Iraq
Primrose Matambanadzo, Zimbabwe
Mohammed Shariar Nafees, Bangladesh
Rajesh Roy, India
Imran Sindhu, Pakistan

Latest News

  • Health professionals unethical involvement in CIA torture programme

    complicityAccording to a new report released today by Physicians for Human Rights (PHR), recently declassified documents confirm that the CIA conducted experimental research to test an unsupported hypothesis that torture could break the resistance of detainees and aid interrogation. It confirms that health workers were involved in illegal and unethical experiments to define the thresholds of pain and suffering of the torture subjects.

     
  • USA: Drug courts fail to provide adequeate treatment to drug users

    drugaddictionIn the report Neither Justice nor Treatment, Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) states that drug courts in the United States struggle to meet medical and human rights standards. According to the researchers, drug courts – designed to reduce incarceration and provide necessary treatment – routinely fail to provide adequate, medically-sound treatment for substance use disorders.