The International Operational Response to the Psychological Wounds of War: Understanding and Improving the Psycho-social Interventions

McDonald, Laura
2002-01-25

The character of intra- and inter-state conflict has changed dramatically in recent decades. Prior to the Second World War, conflict victims were predominantly found between “established fighting units such as government military troops and armed opposition groups.”1 Today, however, conflicts inflict their greatest harm on civilian populations, 80% of whom are women and children. In the 1990s ... read more

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Feinstein International Center records
Subjects
Conflict, Armed (War)
Psychotherapy
Sierra Leone
Honduras
Yugoslavia
Feinstein International Center
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/71221
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