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January-June 2019| Vol 17| Issue 1



Special Issue

Mental health and psychosocial support in Afghanistan

Editorial

From the editors: ringing the changes in 2019

Welcome to the first Intervention of the year. With the usual diverse range of articles, field reports and personal reflections, we hope the summer issue has something of interest to you all. Attent...


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Collective trauma among displaced populations in Northern Iraq: A case study evaluating the therapeutic interventions of the Free Yezidi Foundation

Yezidism arguably remains one of the most oppressed religions in Iraq, with the population historically confronted by many attempts at genocide. These atrocities have left many survivors displace...


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Capturing the essential: Revising the mental health categories in UNHCR’s Refugee Health Information System

The Refugee Health Information System (RHIS) for humanitarian settings was developed by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in 2004. As of 2009, it contained seven categorie...


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Trauma Alleviation Treatment for unaccompanied children after the Rwandan Genocide: A cautionary tale

Tens of thousands of children were orphaned or separated from their parents by the 1994 Rwandan Genocide. Following an all too familiar practice in post-conflict societies, these children were pl...


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Before my time? Addressing the intergenerational legacies of the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda

This study aims to (i) understand how the legacies of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi and its aftermath are transmitted to the next generation within Rwandan families and (ii) explore how ins...


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