Practice Report Refugee Children at School International Perspectives on Good Practice

Practice Report Refugee Children at School International Perspectives on Good Practice Practice Report Refugee Children at School: International Perspectives on Good Practice Rosa Hossain and Charles Watters The European Centre for the Study of Migration and Social Care, The University of Kent Of the estimated 17 million people of concern to the The school programmes discussed included a series of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees lessons created and carried out in the Netherlands by (UNHCR) 43% are children. These are children from a Pharos, a Dutch knowledge centre in the field of health wide diversity of countries, cultures and social and health care for refugees, and a number of programmes backgrounds, located in a diversity of countries spanning undertaken in Canada by the Transcultural Psychiatry five continents. A very small proportion of refugee team, including creative expression and drama workshops children manage to reach relatively peaceful and for refugee children and young people.Although drawing prosperous Western countries. However, here too on very different methods, the common aim of the school significant challenges will be met. Many of the children programmes is to acknowledge and address the specific experience poor physical and mental health and are psychological needs of young refugees and to enhance deeply affected by the loss of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care Emerald Publishing

Practice Report Refugee Children at School International Perspectives on Good Practice

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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1747-9894
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10.1108/17479894200500006
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Practice Report Refugee Children at School: International Perspectives on Good Practice Rosa Hossain and Charles Watters The European Centre for the Study of Migration and Social Care, The University of Kent Of the estimated 17 million people of concern to the The school programmes discussed included a series of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees lessons created and carried out in the Netherlands by (UNHCR) 43% are children. These are children from a Pharos, a Dutch knowledge centre in the field of health wide diversity of countries, cultures and social and health care for refugees, and a number of programmes backgrounds, located in a diversity of countries spanning undertaken in Canada by the Transcultural Psychiatry five continents. A very small proportion of refugee team, including creative expression and drama workshops children manage to reach relatively peaceful and for refugee children and young people.Although drawing prosperous Western countries. However, here too on very different methods, the common aim of the school significant challenges will be met. Many of the children programmes is to acknowledge and address the specific experience poor physical and mental health and are psychological needs of young refugees and to enhance deeply affected by the loss of

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International Journal of Migration, Health and Social CareEmerald Publishing

Published: Dec 1, 2005

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