‘Linking’ and ’empowering’: key concepts for intervention following war and disaster
Civil violence affects people as individuals, small groups (for example families), communities and society as a whole. Attempts to help the victims of violence, displacement, and trauma, then, must address each of these strata. The author draws on his experience as former Director of the KwaZulu-Natal Programme for Survivors of Violence, in South Africa, to illustrate this.
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