Dr Lenin Raghuvanshi has been nominated to be part of the editorial board of Journal on Rehabilitation of Torture Victims and Prevention of Torture. It is one of the best scientific biomedical journal of the world, which is published by IRCT.
There are 12 members of the editorial board in the leadership of editor-in-chief Pau Pérez-Sales MD, PhD and editorial assistance by Harry Shephard.
Lenin Raghuvanshi is a Dalit rights activist from India and is one of the founding members of People’s Vigilance Committee on Human Rights. He is working with the survivors of torture for more than 25 years. He developed Testimonial Therapy in Asian context along with Dr. Inger Agger and conceptualized the idea of torture free model villages and blocks. He developed more than 100 torture free model villages and more than 500 child-friendly villages. He is representing PVCHR in various forums such as Global India (www.globalindia.eu) and providing his grassroots learning and experience in many national, regional and international fora. Raghuvanshi has called for the establishment of a neo-Dalit movement to eliminate the caste system and overthrow feudalism, thereby establishing a society based on equal dignity for all humankind. His work has been recognized with multiple awards, including the Special Mentions Prize of Human Rights of The French Republic.