This paper describes a new approach to feeding in emergencies: Community-based Therapeutic Care. This approach responds to the weakness of other programmes. It aims at providing the majority of activities at home
This paper explores the links between education and the wider protection of children in conflicts. It argues that the role of education must be researched so that it can already be used in emerging conflicts and protect children more effectively
An extensive annotated bibliography of 100 documents relevant to 'bridging research and policy'. Mainstream literature is supplemented with alternative viewpoints. The bibliography has been divided into three key themes ('bridging research and policy: the political context', 'the actors: networks, organisations, individuals', 'the message and the media'), including 'new' subject areas that may be useful (eg social psychology, media studies, marketing and communication). The entries are listed alphabetically by author, and then cross-indexed by theme, and by academic discipline
This briefing gives an overview about modern conflicts and its effects on different groups. It also outlines psychological trauma. Finally it reviews existing trauma projects and suggests different principles for interventions.
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