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Training for ATO veterans in Lisichansk

During the last days of the outgoing 2021, classes under the program “Children and War. Teaching Recovering Techniques” took place in Lisichansk, Luhansk region (Ukraine). This time the participants of the training were veterans of the ATO and JFO. Read more here: Trainings under the program “Children and war” for ATO veterans in Lisichans Hope …

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Training event January 2022: Grief and trauma

During January 2022, CAW (UK) will will provide training in the delivery of a manualised group intervention “Traumatic Grief: Teaching Life Skills”. The training will be delivered by William Yule, and David Trickey, experts in the field of childhood trauma and bereavement. Read more / apply here: Flyer Grief&Trauma Jan 2022 Here you can download …

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Training event December 2021: Helping children affected by wars and disasters

During December 2nd & 3rd 2021, CAW (UK) will run an online workshop for those who want to run groups, train others to run groups or who are looking for a “taster” session on behalf og a larger organisation. Read more / apply here: Flyer TRT Dec 2021 Here you can download an overview of our planned training events …

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Training event November 2021: TRT training for unaccompanied minors

Youngsters are arriving alone in countries around the world. This may be as a consequence of fleeing war, disaster or trafficking. During November 25th-26th, CAW (UK) will run an online workshop providing training in the delivery of a manualised group intervention for your people arriving unaccompanied in search of asylum or as victims of people …

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TRT Training; Kampala, Uganda

From the 24th to 26th of October 2018, Unni Heltne, from Norway, and Suleima Ishaq Sharif, trauma psychologist from Sudan, trained a group of 25 Ugandan psychologists, social workers and teachers at the Makerere University of Kampala. The participants came from all over Uganda and worked with refugee children, children with disabilities and abused children.

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