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The Conflict, Resilience, and Health Program is an interdisciplinary group that works to build resilience and health in communities afflicted by armed conflict or structural violence.  Led by Professor Catherine Panter-Brick, this program engages with academics, practitioners, and policy makers to promote innovations in global health research and to evaluate resilience-building interventions.

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October 8, 2018

The Colloquium on Forced Migration and Humanitarian Policy (October 4, 2018) was held to specifically focus on migration issues in Europe. Three distinguished speakers – Sara Barragán, Bayard Roberts, and Maggie Powers – reflected on challenges and gaps in the ongoing discourse, and shared their thinking regarding how to move forward and address these challenges in the years to come. Their insightful presentations were followed by reflections...

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October 2, 2017

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A new study demonstrates that an eight-week humanitarian intervention can improve the mental health and psychosocial wellbeing of Syrian refugee and Jordanian youth affected by Syria’s war.

The study, which will be...