The Primo Levi Centre has long been committed to sharing and passing on its experience of caring for and supporting exiles who are victims of torture and political violence. In 2002, this commitment to sharing led to the creation of a training centre for professionals and volunteers working with exiles. Over 700 people are trained every year. In addition, the Centre Primo Levi publishes a journal called Mémoires, which aims to highlight the issues encountered in its clinical practice. It is intended as a forum for reflection and debate, open to external contributions, on issues relating to the effects of exile and psychotrauma. Every two years, this space for reflection and debate also takes the form of a symposium that brings together care and support professionals, as well as researchers, who are invited to share their knowledge and experience. Finally, the Primo Levi Centre is a regular contributor to academic and professional forums.