Vol 25, No 1 (2008): Psychosocial Dimensions of the Refugee Experience

Table of Contents

Introduction

Vulnerability, Resiliency, and Dignity: Psychosocial Dimensions of the Refugee Experience PDF
Arancha Garcia del Soto

Feature Articles

Do No Harm: Challenges in Organizing Psychosocial Support to Displaced People in Emergency Settings PDF
Michael G. Wessells
Who Wants to Return Home? A Survey of Sudanese Refugees in Kakuma, Kenya PDF
Roy J. Eidelson, Rebecca Horn
Understanding the Dynamics of Return: The Importance of Microfoundations PDF
Inmaculada Serrano
In the Space between Employees and Clients: The Impact ofOrganizational Context on a Refugee Program in Sierra Leone PDF
Lakshmi Ramarajan
Post-Disaster Mental Distress Relief: Health Promotion and Knowledge Exchange in Partnership with a Refugee Diaspora Community PDF
Laura Simich, Lisa Andermann, Joanna Anneke Rummens, Ted Lo
Addressing the Psychosocial Needs of Pregnant Women Affected by War: Program Approaches and Program Gaps PDF
Bree Akesson
Coming Home: Connecting Older Liberians in the Diaspora with the Family and Friends at Home PDF
Serena Chaudhry
Internal Exile: Effects on Families and Communities PDF
Rosemary A. Barbera
Confronting the Insider-Outsider Polemic in Conducting Research with Diasporic Communities: Towards a Community-Based Approach PDF
Bruce A. Collet
Dialectics of Humanitarian Immigration and National Identity in Canadian Public Discourse PDF
Harald Bauder

Reprint from 24.2

The Resettlement Challenge: Integration of Refugees from Protracted Refugee Situations PDF
Debra Pressé, Jessie Thomson


ISSN: 1920-7336