Trauma Counselling

Webinar Invite: Youth perspectives on violent masculinities and MHPSS

  Impunity Watch (IW) and the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR) are partners on a multi-annual strategy aimed at connecting youth voices to transitional justice policymaking spheres at the African Union (AU). ...

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Leading for Healing Programme for the Social Justice Sector

CSVR invites you to attend a programme briefing on Friday 14th October 2022 for potential participants in our Leading for Healing capacity and resilience building programme. This programme, made possible by the Ford Foundation, seeks to ...

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Transforming Attitudes, Beliefs and Norms Is a Must to Win the War against GBV in South Africa

The 8th of March marks International Women’s Day, a global day for celebrating women’s achievements and recognise challenges that persist when it comes to achieving gender equality.

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Guidelines for Clinical Work with Migrant African Families Affected by Complex and Continuous Traumas

CSVR has worked with families since the early 1990s, providing direct MHPSS interventions and developing professional insights into the lived experiences of vulnerable groups affected by violence and the intersection of vulnerabilities such as nationality, ...

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Blended Voices Symposium: Connected, Diverse, Powerful – Sounding the Call for a Healed Africa

This panel video examines diverse approaches for addressing trauma and healing in Africa. It emerges from the CSVR Symposium Webinar Series – Blended Voices: Building an Understanding of Torture, War Trauma and Violence through an ...

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Documentaire: S'Engager avec le Traumatisme Collectif Post-Conflit

Ce documentaire partage des idées et des pratiques pour aborder le traumatisme collectif dans des contextes post-conflit. Le documentaire est issu de la Série de Webinaires du Symposium CSVR - Blended Voices: Building an Understanding ...

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