Fieldtrip Lebanon: A study of community-based psychosocial support in Beirut and Saidon, August 2017

Michelle Pace, Bent S. E. Hansen, Brian Kjøller Olsen

Research output: Other contributionNet publication - Internet publicationResearchpeer-review

Abstract

This handbook is the sum of the experiences of 20 social workers and a researcher on a fieldtrip to Lebanon during August 2017. The handbook was created from the participants’ notes, collected and interpreted and put together by Michelle Pace, Bent SE Hansen and Brian Kjøller Olsen. This manual offers a platform through which good practices of all those working with young arrivals in
host communities can be shared with their counterparts not just across Denmark and Lebanon, but hopefully across other European and MENA host societies.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date28 Sep 2017
Publication statusPublished - 28 Sep 2017

Bibliographical note

Bent SE Hansen, CVO cphsoclab, contact: info@cphsoclab.eu
Michelle Pace, Professor MSO, Roskilde Universitet. contact: mpace@ruc.dk
Brian Kjøller Olsen, Psychologist, Allegaarden, Frederksberg. contact: Brian@allegaarden.dk

Last modified: 28/09/2017

Keywords

  • Lebanon
  • refugee minors
  • refugee youth
  • Denmark
  • pedagogue
  • case workers
  • psychologist
  • family
  • substance abuse
  • trauma
  • community based psychosocial support
  • Shatila camp
  • Beirut
  • Saidon
  • education
  • municipalities

Projects

Developing a comprehensive and sustainable integration strategy for Syrian refugee children in Denmark

Pace, M., Sen, S., Khattab, L. & Butti, C.

04/01/201630/06/2016

Project: Research

Activities

  • 1 Organisation and participation in conference

FACE project Beirut Fieldtrip

Michelle Pace (Organizer) & Bent S. E. Hansen (Organizer)

11 Aug 201716 Aug 2017

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventOrganisation and participation in conference

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