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All Intervention issues of the last 15 years are gathered on an archive website. Click here to access them.

Current Issue

January-June 2020| Vol 18| Issue 1


Solidarity in the face of global fragility

Welcome to the first issue of Intervention in 2020. I am writing this editorial at the end of March and clearly I must first acknowledge the unprecedented challenge that is facing us all in the form...


What works in psychosocial programming in humanitarian contexts in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review of the evidence

While there is growing evidence for the effectiveness of mental health interventions in low- and middle-income countries and humanitarian contexts, this is lacking for psychosocial programming. W...


Three models of scaling up mental healthcare post-disaster: common challenges

There are number of challenges in strengthening mental healthcare services in underserved areas post-disaster. The objective of this paper is to identify common challenges by comparing and contra...


Peacework and mental health: from individual pathology to community responsibility

Using Canada and Ukraine as examples, this article asserts the importance of moving beyond addressing posttraumatic stress disorder as the major mental health focus in peacebuilding, to a more gl...


Evidence for suicide prevention strategies with populations in displacement: a systematic review

Little is known about effective strategies to reduce rates of suicide among refugees and other displaced populations. This review aims to synthesise and assess the evidence base for suicide preve...

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Intervention Journal of Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Conflict Affected Areas, a publication of War Trauma Foundation, is a peer-reviewed online Semiannual journal.


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