On Thursday 17.5 we held a training on identification and documentation of torture, and on torture in the eyes of Israeli and International law, to the staff of the British consulate in Israel. 18 diplomats who encounter detainees and prisoners as part of their work attended the training. PCATI’s director of legal department, adv. Efrat Bergman-Sapir explained what is torture, where torture is used in Israel, and on the structure of the Israeli legal system and the system’s approach to torture. Daniel Weishut, a clinical psychologist and a member of the medico-legal group of PCATI, Explained on documentation and identification of torture according to Istanbul protocol. This training is another step on the way to professional staffs who encounter torture victims as part of their work. The more people would know what is torture and how to identify it, we could treat the victims better and stop torture as it happen.