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Refugee Transitions

STARTTS' free magazine reports on a broad

range of human rights issues, focusing

attention on the impact of organised

violence on health

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Refugee Transitions

Issue 25 | May 2011

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FORGOTTEN CONFLICTS

The Banality of Violence – The Failings of Mexico’s Drug War
Olga Yoldi

Honduras: After the Coup
Rose Wong

HUMAN RIGHTS

Refugees: Innocent Victims, Illegal Immigrants or Political Pawns?
Dr Eileen Pittaway

Refugee Camps: Past and Present
In photos

AGENDA

The Psychology of Politics
Professor Vamik Volkan, Four times nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize speaks to Janset Berzeg

HUMAN RIGHTS

The Laws of War
Dr Helen Durham, Australian Red Cross speaks to Olga Yoldi

Argentinean Journalists Complicit in Crimes Against Humanity
Antonio Castillo

When the Journey Begins at the Destination
Dr Khalid Koser

HEALTH

Using Neuroscience to Treat Refugee Trauma: Neurofeedback Training at STARTTS
Debbie Gould

AGENDA

Refugee Services in New Zealand
Gary Poole, Manager of Refugees as Survivors New Zealand speaks to Olga Yoldi

Doing Justice and Building Capacity: Ninth International Capacity Building Workshops and Conference on Health and Human Rights: Tbilisi, Georgia 6-9 October 2011
Janset Berzeg

Implementing a Whole School Approach
Samantha McGuffie from the Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture gave this presentation at a STARTTS Clinical Masters Evening

Looking for New Experiences
Angel Lasanta, Spanish Psychology Student spoke to Richard Walker

Senators and MPs Attend Refugee Ball 2010
Janset Berzeg and Richard Walker

INTERVIEW

Dr Juan Almendares, Director and Founder of the Center for the Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture Victims and Their Families
(Honduras) spoke to Rosie Wong

REVIEW

‘The Boat’ by Nam Le
Samira Hassan

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