What the project is about…
Working with refugees and displaced people in crisis and conflict contexts is a highly challenging task and often personally burdensome. Self and staff care, therefore, are considered to be important issues for any organization involved with humanitarian aid and/or development cooperation, e.g. community work, health care and education. However, it is not always clear:
Our research project aims at developing and/or improving staff care for projects working with refugees and displaced people in the regional context of the Syrian and Iraqi crises, specifically in Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey.
What we do…
Our research project focuses on these issues in four steps:
Project Team (SFU):
For further information about the project or ways to get involved, please contact Petra Kühnauer (project coordinator) at firstname.lastname@example.org
The research project is implemented as part of the GIZ regional programme “Psychosocial Support for Syrian and Iraqi Refugees and Internally Displaced People” in cooperation with the International Psychoanalytic University Berlin (IPU) and the Sigmund Freud University Berlin (SFU).
On behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)