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Inge Genefke

Inge Genefke M.D. (born 1938)[1] is a prize-winning campaigner and worker on behalf of torture victims.

Work

Born in Denmark, Genefke has devoted her career specifically to the treatment and rehabilitation of victims of torture. She began her career in this field in 1973 after Amnesty International issued a plea to physicians throughout the world to assist those who had been tortured.

She started as co-founder of the Danish Medical Group of Ambassador.

See also

References

  1. ^ Portrait: INGE Genefke

External links

  • International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims
  • Rehabilitation and Research Centre for Torture Victims
  • Inge Genefke / RCT (Rehabilitation and Research Centre for torture victims) & IRCT (1988)


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