Our Vision & Mission

Nunca Más

International Network for Human Rights and Psycho-social Response

News

News from our Nunca Mas Member Base:

Research Article from Nunca Mas Member on ‘Psychoeducation as a low-cost Treatment of Chronic Pain(click to read the article)


Invitation - International Day in Support of the Survivors of Torture (click for information)  

Nunca Mas supports civil society organisations to stand up and speak out for torture victims and their families and to resist the infameous and criminal use of Torture and violence in Sri Lanka. We are presently assessing our options to develop cooperation with the Human Rights Office, a civil society organization, and we hope to offer support to their psychosocial program aiming to reach out to poor and vulnerable women groups in the North of the country.

  • Violence used by security forces in Honduras (click for information)

  • Nunca Mas has recived a grant from CISU to continue the work in Honduras.  

Vision and Mission

VISION:

We envision a world with solidarity and equality without human rights violations.

 

MISSION:

We are a human-rights-based development organization that strives to mitigate the consequences of severe human rights violations, such as collective violence. We support and empower victims/survivors of human rights violations and seek to change the conditions that perpetuate collective violence through preventive strategies.

THE CHALLENGE

Even though a growing part of the world’s population over the last decades have obtained a higher living standard, collective violence is a substantial problem that has dire consequences for the affected communities and individuals, as well as the society at large. The mental, physical and social consequences of these human rights violations can have a detrimental effect on the overall development of a society. Collective violence is a serious societal problem, particularly in countries with substantial inequalities. Many organizations work to alleviate poverty, but - considering the magnitude of the problem – not many work with the empowerment of victims/survivors of severe human rights violations combined with preventive strategies.

 

The organizations presently working to mitigate the consequences of collective violence in developing countries have often adopted a narrow “western” professional approach, which in many cases does not match the local realities in the affected communities. In addition to this, some organizations have adopted an approach based on solidarity with specific local populations that is often based on limited professional knowledge about evidence-based practices inthe field.

 

Nunca Más, international network for human rights and psycho-social response, seeks to offer another approach by providing sustainable and culturally sensitive projects that promote a culture of justice and peace.