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NST & RAT?

NST: WHAT IS NON-STATE TORTURE?

Non-state torture is torture committed, for instance, by parents, spouses, other kin, guardians, neighbours, trusted adults, or strangers in the private sphere, for example, in homes, warehouses, cabins, rented buildings, in fields, or in various public and private places. It can also be referred to as non-state actor torture (NSAT). The term "actor" is human rights terminology and refers to the person(s) who inflicts such torture, that is, parent(s), other family members, neighbours, etc. Open and read the pamphlet below for more information.

Fact Sheet: Torture in the Home.

? Is Canada a Torture Free Zone ? Pamphlet

NST - educational slide presentation

Man in alleged torture case wants changes to Criminal Code - Petti Fong, Toronto Star Dec 27, 2010, A10.

 

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Linda, Jeanette & Jeanne at the UN 2010

Song: Holocaust by Jeanette Wesbrook.

 RAT: WHAT IS RITUAL ABUSE-TORTURE?

Ritual abuse-torture is one form of non-state actor torture and is about pedophilic parents, families, guardians, and like-minded adults who abuse, torture, and traffic children using organizing ritualisms.

Model of Ritual Abuse-Torture included in this link

Ritual Abuse-Torture: The Power of Naming

Ritual Abuse-Torture: Torture of Children in the Private Sphere

 

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Jeanne, Peter Love and Linda in Washington, 2002.

R.A.T. RACE - A song by Peter Love about RAT and the work we do

 

 

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  Drawing Copyright D. MacDonald 2009