News DFI Project – 39 centres from Europe region meet in Belgrade to advance right to rehabilitation through data Posted on 20. June 2017. 2 min read 0 0 81 Collecting reliable data on torture is a key challenge to supporting life after torture. The DFI Project was set up to develop a database to collect clinical data to evidence the work of the rehabilitation movement. The Project aims to support dozens of rehabilitation centres to capture systematic data through this standardized database system designed by IRCT centres for IRCT centres. In recent months, the DFI Project community has carried out a series of regional workshops with the broader IRCT network, not only to build and strengthen participants’ knowledge of the database, but also to provide a platform from which to engage and collaborate on data collection, use and sharing to generate change. The fifth meeting in this series of workshops was held in Belgrade from 31 May to 2 June for the European region, which presented a detailed agenda focused on peer-to-peer learning and workshops, responsible data management and future steps in advancing data collection, sharing and use from local, regional and global perspectives. A total of 39 participants attended from across the European region. Meeting in Belgrade was organized by IRCT and IAN. There are no photos with those IDs or post 475 does not have any attached images!