This episode is devoted to examining the crime of torture. It features the President and CEO of the Center for Victims of Torture (CVT), Dr. Simon Adams. It delves into the erosion of international human rights and humanitarian law on a global scale as well as the work of CVT, particularly on the US Southern Border and with survivors of torture in the Middle East. Dr. Adams discusses impunity, the moral stain of Guantánamo Bay Detention Camp, the gendered dimensions of torture as well as the torture of children. Dr. Adams shares his experience as an activist in the South Africa’s African National Congress and familial experience with torture in Northern Ireland.