Bangladesh Rehabilitation Centre For Trauma Victims

Bangladesh Rehabilitation Centre for Trauma Victims (BRCT; Bengali: বিআরসিটি) is a Bangladeshi NGO, working in the area of rehabilitation of trauma victims. It was established in 1992. BRCT began its journey by providing medical treatment, legal support, and rehabilitation to the victims on 25 February 1992 with support from foreign medical experts.

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Bangladesh Rehabilitation Centre For Trauma Victims - BRCT Documentation Centre
... BRCT is running a Documentation Centre to having information and documents on human rights topics focusing on torture ... The main objective of BRCT documentation centre is to organize a human rights library and to provide information on human rights to the human rights activist and ... The documentation centre is regularly maintaining communication with local and international organization to collect documents ...

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