By Bree Akesson,Myriam Denov
Children tormented by Armed Conflict upends conventional perspectives through emphasizing the adventure of ladies in addition to boys, the original social and contextual history of war-affected kids, and the resilience and supplier such young ones usually show. together with youngsters who're sufferers of, contributors in, and witnesses to armed clash, the members to this quantity spotlight cutting edge methodologies that at once contain war-affected childrens within the examine strategy. This validates the views of kids and guarantees better results in postwar reintegration and restoration. Deficits-based versions don't account for the realities many war-affected teenagers face. the choice methods offered during this volume—which recognize the realities of either trauma and resilience—aim to generate more desirable regulations and intervention ideas within the face of a turning out to be worldwide public health and wellbeing crisis.
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Children Affected by Armed Conflict: Theory, Method, and Practice by Bree Akesson,Myriam Denov