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International responses to traumatic stress : humanitarian, human rights, justice, peace and development contributions, collaborative actions and future initiatives

Author: Yael Danieli; Nigel S Rodley; Lars Weisæth; United Nations.
Publisher: Amityville, N.Y. : Baywood Publishing, 1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In an overcrowded world, catastrophes, natural as well as man-made, have left a wake of tormented people, ranging from political prisoners to humiliated UN peace-keepers. This book focuses on the  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Yael Danieli; Nigel S Rodley; Lars Weisæth; United Nations.
ISBN: 0895031329 9780895031327
OCLC Number: 33404626
Notes: "Published for and on behalf of the United Nations."
Description: x, 473 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Ch.1 Victims of Crime / Eduardo Vetere / Irene Melup --
Ch.2 Victims of Crime: Justice, Support and Public Safety / Irvin Waller --
Ch.3 United Nations Action from the Victims' Perspective / Elsa Stamatopoulou --
Ch.4 Traumatic Stress and the Role of NGOs / James Welsh --
Ch.5 Refugee Trauma, Protection and Assistance / Mary Petevi --
Ch.6 Non-Governmental Efforts in the Psychosocial Care of Traumatized Peoples / Ulrike von Buchwald / Robert DeMartino --
Ch.7 How Visits by the ICRC Help Prisoners Cope with the Effects of Traumatic Stress / Pascal Daudin / Hernan Reyes --
Ch.8 Soldiers for Peace: Ordeals and Stress / Bjorn Egge / Mauritz S. Mortensen / Lars Weisaeth --
Ch.9 Prompt International Response / Philipe L. Boulle --
Ch.10 Provisions of Psychological Support / Jean Pierre Revel --
Ch.11 Healing the Invisible Wounds of Children in War: A Rights Approach / Dita Reichenberg / Sara Friedman --
Ch.12 Helping Child Victims of Violence / Nancy Dubrow / Norberto I. Liwski / Carlos Palacios / Meg Gardinier --
Ch.13 Overcoming Victimization through Equality and Non-Discrimination / Christine Ainetter Brautigam --
Ch.14 Dealing with Violence against Women / Rosalind W. Harris --
Ch.15 WHO's Role Regarding Traumatic Stress / John Orley --
Ch.16 Emotional Responses of International Humanitarian Aid Workers / Lars Weisaeth / Yael Danieli / Inger Agger / Barbara Smith --
Ch.17 Issues of Implementation and Coordination / Roger Clark / Daniel Nsereko.
Responsibility: edited by Yael Danieli, Nigel S. Rodley, Lars Weisæth ; foreword by Boutros Boutros-Ghali.

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