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by Jack C. Holden, Michael Nunno, Dale Curry, Laura Steckley and Raymond Taylor
Others have noted that overt irredentism in Crimea could backfire on Russia at home, where China might cite the interests of a massive ethnic Chinese population in eastern Siberia as grounds for reclaiming the area’s water, mineral resources and fertile farmland.

 

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The model involves the following steps:

Anthology Of Resources: Psychological First Aid For Low And Middle Income Countries Project 2009-2010 (War Trauma Foundation and World Vision International, 2011). Available in .

And then “it” — the messy healing stuff happened.

Psychological first aid: Guide for field workers (World Health Organization, War Trauma Foundation and World Vision International, 2011). Available in .

DVIS celebrates 40 years in 2016!

Individuals should have training and orientation on psychological first aid before implementing the approach, although they do not need to be professional counselors to implement the method. This makes it a particularly relevant method of response in low-resource settings (WHO, War Trauma and World Vision, 2011).

DVIS is no longer accepting donations of used items.

IASC Guidelines on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Emergency Settings (Inter-Agency Standing Committee - IASC, 2007). Available in .

Current Members of the Commission

Although private, healing is in fact deeply political and public. We cannot build healthy communities if we do not create public spaces for remembrance, sacred storytelling, and informal support. Healing rituals in public spaces provides us with knowledge of our neighbours beyond cuisine and cultural festivals. They are an opportunity for us to do what my friend Umwali did from the afternoon into the night. As each speaker approached the mic she stood behind them – hands open facing upwards – symbolically holding up the beautiful ideal of community.

How the Commission is Structured

Umwali asked everyone to turn off all electronic devices and reminded everyone that applause was not appropriate. After all this gathering was not a concert or sporting event. A woman in her early thirties approached the podium just as the photo of a man and woman was projected on the screen. Immediately I know that they are her parents; I also intuitively know that they were lost to the genocide. Through tears and stretches of uneasy silences, their daughter breathes life into the old photograph testifying to their love for each other, their commitment to family, and their respective interests. And so it went, one by one the survivors of the genocide, many of whom were children or teenagers when it happened, came forward with photos and shared stories of their loved ones in both English and their native language, Kinyarwanda. Curiously, they didn’t share gruesome details of the massacres or feeling of deep resentment – both of which would be understandable. Instead they focused on honouring the lives of their loved-ones. The woman beside me never quite makes it up to the front to speak but she begins to cry. I wrap my arms around her and she tells me that she moved here recently because in spite of time, tribunals and talk of peace she never felt safe living beside the people who victimized her family. I have no words so I just hold her.