Party for Dignity
is a fundraising event to help fight a world free of torture and help victims of torture have a better life. Join us on 26th July to support an important cause by partying with a clean conscience and a mega DJ line up!
Felix Buxton (Basement Jaxx
Brandon Block Work
Steve Mac (Rhythm Masters
DIGNITY has since 2014 taken use of music as a universal language – uniting us together to have a good time while donating the ticket fee to the fight against torture. Music has the ability to move people across borders of language, skin color and race and with Party for DIGNITY we meet on the dancefloor for a greater good.
Be part of a truly unusual night at Egg London. Be part of something that very well could be the beginning of a movement – a dance movement.
Find out more > > https://stoptorture.today/
DIGNITY is headquartered in Denmark, but cooperates with partner organizations in about twenty other countries.
We were founded in 1982 by doctor Inge Genefke. As one of the first, we focused on the need for specialized treatment for victims of torture, and DIGNITY (or Rehabilitation and Research Center for Torture victims, as it was called back then) became one of the first torture rehabilitation centers in the world.
Today we work both politically, juridically and medically. We fight for a world without torture and offer torture victims the vital rehabilitation they need.
We work with and based on recognized international human rights standards and conventions, including the UN Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, the Istanbul Protocol, the Nelson Mandela Rules, and the Sustainable Development Goals.
DIGNITY is a self-governing institution, independent of party policy. DIGNITY's foreign work is supported by, among others, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Danish Arab Partnership Program. The operation of the rehabilitation clinic in Copenhagen is financed through Danish Regions. In addition, DIGNITY's work is made possible thanks to foundations, scholarships, and support from private individuals.