2001. Type of document: Draft rivo id number: 109 Aarts, P. G. Guidelines for Programmes Psychosocial and Mental Health Care Assistance in (Post) Disaster and Conflict Areas. Draft. 2001




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Type of document: page web

RIVO ID Number: 128


Amnesty International (2001). Crimes of hate, conspiracy of silence. Torture and ill treatment based on sexual identity., Amnesty International. 2001.

Type of document: site web

RIVO ID Number: 153


Amnesty International (2001). Stopping the torture trade. (AI Index : ACT 40/002/2001), Amnesty International. 2001.

Type of document: web page

RIVO ID Number: 311


Amnesty International and et AI (1997). “Plan of Action Against Torture.”: 12-16.

RIVO ID Number: 642


Amnesty International and et AI (1997). “Les nouvelles technologies au service des tortionnaires.”.

RIVO ID Number: 671


Amnistie Internationale (1984). Contre la torture. n.a., Amnesty International: 12.

Type of document: Cahier d'information

RIVO ID Number: 418


Amnistie Internationale (1991). “La médecine complice de la torture (dossier).” AGIR 12(1): 20.

RIVO ID Number: 527


Amris, K. and K. Prip (2000). “Physiotherapy for torture victims (II).” Torture 104: 112-116.

RIVO ID Number: 279


Amris, K. and K. Prip (2000). “Physiotherapy for torture victims. Chronic pain in torture victims: possible mechanisms for the pain.” Torture 10(3): 73-76.

RIVO ID Number: 518


Anderson, T. P. (1976). “The social and cultural roots of political violence in Central America.” Agressive Behaviour 2: 249-255.

The paper suggests that there are specific features of violence, both personal and organized that have roots in the ultural formation of the Central American people. Its focus is on the three neighboring countries of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador and on the ideological violence of the twentieth century. The paper considers various aspects of the social caracter of the spanish americans of this area, their concepts of manliness, and their religin, as these affect both rich and poor, and contrasts these features with the attitudes of the indigenous Indian community. Having established that political violence is endemic in the region, the paper considers the role of Hispanic culture in shaping this violence. Emphasis is placed on the notion of machismo, which is identified not with pleasure seeking but with defiance of death.

The attitudes of people of this area toward death shape their attitudes toward violence. They are shown to have a fascination with the instruments of death, especially the machete among the lower classes and the gun among the university students. These are contrasted with the relativity non-violent attitudes of the Indians. The studies cited in this paper show the indians as less interested in competition and aggression that the Hispanic population.

In the last analysis, the violence of central american is intensely personal and can be shown to derive from the basic social and cultural fabric of the society.

RIVO ID Number: 119


Andrade, Y. d. (1995). Breaking the Silence and Circles of support: Assisting Survivors of Psychosocial Trauma. Community Support for Victims of Torture : A Manual. P. K. Toronto, CCVT: 37-43.

RIVO ID Number: 61


Andrade, Y. d. (2000). Understanding the impact of traumatic experiences in children and families: 7 +.

Type of document: Materiel de formation

RIVO ID Number: 356


Andrade, Y. d. and et al (1995). Understanting torture: Definitions and myths. In our midst; Educational aids to work with survivors of torture and organized violence; A reflective interactive approach. C. W.-E. a. D. Misgeld. Toronto, Canadian Center for Victims of Torture (CCVT): 24-39.

Andrade de, Yaya; Funakoshi, Didier M.; Heller, Laura; Marotte, Cecile; Misgeld, Dieter; Rousseau, Cecile;Silmalchik, Joan; Whyte-Earnshaw, Christina, "Understanting torture: Definitions and myths," In our midst educational aids to work with survivors of torture and organized violence. A reflective interactive approach., ed. Christina White-Earnshaw and Dieter Misgeld, (Canadian Center for Victims of Torture (CCVT), 1995): 24-39: (torture, définitions, situation mondiale)

RIVO ID Number: 298


Andrade, Y. d. and et al (1995). The phenomenon of torture: effects and consequences. In our midst educational aids to work with survivors of torture and organized violence. A reflective interactive approach. C. W.-E. a. D. Misgeld. Toronto, Canadian Center for Victims of Torture (CCVT): 40-63.

RIVO ID Number: 299


Andrade, Y. d. and et al (1995). Assessment. In our midst educational aids to work with survivors of torture and organized violence. A reflective interactive approach. C. W.-E. a. D. Misgeld. Toronto, Canadian Center for Victims of Torture (CCVT): 64-87.

RIVO ID Number: 300


Andrade, Y. d. and et al (1995). Children and Youth. In our midst educational aids to work with survivors of torture and organized violence. A reflective interactive approach. C. W.-E. a. D. Misgeld. Toronto, Canadian Center for Victims of Torture (CCVT): 88-116.

RIVO ID Number: 301


Andrade, Y. d. and et al (1995). Settlement services for survivors of torture. In our midst educational aids to work with survivors of torture and organized violence. A reflective interactive approach. Christina White-Earnshaw and Dieter Misgeld, Canadian Center for Victims of Torture (CCVT): 139-164.

RIVO ID Number: 303


Andrade, Y. d. and et al (1995). The experience of service:Ethics and support,. In our midst educational aids to work with survivors of torture and organized violence. A reflective interactive approach., ed. Christina White-Earnshaw and Dieter Misgeld. C. W.-E. a. D. Misgeld. Toronto, Canadian Center for Victims of Torture (CCVT): 165-206.

RIVO ID Number: 304


Andrade, Y. d. and et al (1995). Interactive pedagogy: An afterword. In our midst educational aids to work with survivors of torture and organized violence. A reflective interactive approach. C. W.-E. a. D. Misgeld, Canadian Center for Victims of Torture (CCVT): 207-219.

RIVO ID Number: 305


Andrade, Y. d., D. M. Funakoshi, et al. (1995). The impact of torture experiences on individuals and families. In our midst educational aids to work with survivors of torture and organized violence. A reflective interactive approach. C. W.-E. a. D. Misgeld. Toronto, Canadian Center for Victims of Torture (CCVT): 117-138.

RIVO ID Number: 302


André, J. (1993). “Les réfugiés, politiques et pratiques.” Revue canadienne de santé mentale communautaire 12.2(autommne): 45-57.

RIVO ID Number: 21


Anh, H. (2000). “Women Across borders in Kashmir. The continuum of violence.” Canadian Woman studies/Les Cahiers de la femme 19(4): 110-114.

RIVO ID Number: 158


Anthony, J. E. (1986). “Children's reactions to severe stress.” Journal of American Academy of Child Psychiatry: 299-305.

RIVO ID Number: 201


APEIQ (1995). Presentation d'un cas des travailleurs sociaux d'une consultation de la protection judiciaire de la jeunesse. Paris, Ministère de la Justice en France, région parisienne: 3 p.

Type of document:

RIVO ID Number: 382


Apfelbaum, E. and A. Vasquez (1982). “La torture, un point de non-retour.” L.M.

RIVO ID Number: 187


Arbour, L., S. Picado, et al. (2006). “25 ans Reconstruire des vies : Fonds de contributions volontaires des Nations Unies pour les victimes de la torture.”.

Survol de 25 ans de projets soutenus par le fonds de contributions volontaires des Nations Unies pour les victimes de la torture

RIVO ID Number: 990


Arcel, L. T., V. Folnegovié-Smale, et al. “Psycho-Social Help to War Victims: Women Refugees and Their Families.”.

This book describes field experience of a professional team implementing a multidisciplinary program of psycho-social support and treatment of refugee women and their families in a country still burdened by war. The team was a part of the BOSWOFAM project implemented by the Rehabilitation and Research Centre for Torture Victims (RCT) and International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims (IRCT), with the financial assistance from the European Community.

The book is focused on practical issues and illustrated with numerous eases and stories from the real life in refugee settlements. It also presents a collection of instruments for the diagnosis and therapy assessment of psychological disturbances adapted for the use with displaced persons and refugees in Croatia.

RIVO ID Number: 992


Arcel, L. T. and G. T. Simunkovic (1998). “War violence, trauma and the coping process.”: 395.

RIVO ID Number: 819


Arenas, J. G. and P. Steen (1994). “Exile psychology and psychotherapy with refugees in a transcultural perspective.”: 50-53.

RIVO ID Number: 679


Arencibia, A. (1995). Hebe Bonafini: "El perdón es cómplice. El Pais "Domingo": 4.

Type of document: artículo en español

RIVO ID Number: 1006


Ares, C. (1995). Los Hechos. El Pais "Domingo": 2.

Type of document: Artículo en español

RIVO ID Number: 1002


Ares, C. (1995). Las victímas. El Pais "Domingo": 2.

Type of document: Domingo

RIVO ID Number: 1003


Ares, C. (1995). Los cómplices. El Pais "Domingo": 3.

Type of document: artículo en Español

RIVO ID Number: 1004


Ares, C. (1995). Los verdugos. El Pais "Domingo": 3.

Type of document: Artículo en español

RIVO ID Number: 1005


Ares, C. (1995). Los acusados. El Pais "Domingo": 4.

Type of document: artículo n español

RIVO ID Number: 1007


Ares, C. (1995). El Indulto. El Pais "Domingo": 4.

Type of document: Artículo en español

RIVO ID Number: 1008


Armis, K., K. Prip, et al. (1995). Diagnostic considerations and treatment after Falanga torture. Copenhagen, Denmark, International Rehabilitation and Research Centre for Torture Victims (RCT-IRCT).

RIVO ID Number: 583


Aroche, J. and M. J. Coello (2004). Ethnocultural Considerations in the Treatment of Refugees and Asylum Seekers. Broken Spirits (The Treatment of Traumatized Asylum Seekers, Refugees, War and Torture Victims). J. P. W. B. Drozdek. New York, Brunner-Routledge: 28.

Culture is an ever present reality in the work we do as counselors, therapists, and helpers. It is also a construct that has attracted a multitude of definitions and has been the subject of many academic debates. For the prupose of this chapter..

RIVO ID Number: 965


Aroche, J. and L. Marin (1994). “An evaluation of a self help group for Latin American women survivors of torture and trauma.”: 11.

RIVO ID Number: 772


Aron, A., T. Kuoch, et al. (1992). “Testimonio, a Bridge between psychotherapiy and sociotherapy.” Women and Therapy 13(3): 173-189.

RIVO ID Number: 543


Ask, E. (2001). “Psycho-education with refugee children.” Torture 11(3): 68-74.

RIVO ID Number: 887


ASSETS (1999). Helpful Tips for Living a New Life. Perth, Australia, ASETTS.

Type of document:

RIVO ID Number: 20


Ater, R. (1998). Mental Health issues of Resettled refugees, Harborview Medical Center. 2001.

Type of document: web page

RIVO ID Number: 528


Atlani, L. (1997). “Assistance aux victimes de violences sexuelles dans les camps de réfugiés.”: 25-53.

RIVO ID Number: 771


Aubut, J. and D. N. Weisstub (1996). “Éthique et psychothérapie.”: 275-278.

RIVO ID Number: 620


Aumont, G. (1996). Groupe d'éducation et de croissance pour femmes immigrantes. Guide pratique à l'intention des intervenantes et intervenants. Montréal, Québec, Le Centre des femmes de Montréal.

RIVO ID Number: 868


Ausloos, G. (1996). “Indications et contre-indications de l'approche familiale systémique.”.

RIVO ID Number: 628


Awwad, E. (2004). Defeated Dreams: The Tragedy of Survivors. D. Knafo. Lanham, Jason Aronson: 14.

The history of the Arab/Palestinian-Israeli conflict goes back more than one hundred years. From a Palestinian perspective, this conflict has been characterized by catastrophe and bloodshed, pain and suffering, loss, hate, and revenge. This perspective is blended with a bitter feeling passed from one generation to the next that the Palestinians are the victims and the Israelis are the perpetrators. This injerited dichotomy of victim and victimizer will continue as long as the historical responsabuility and truth regarding injustice and violence toward the Palestinian people remain unacknowledged.

Both recovery and reconciliation require remembering and sharing of experiences and coming to terms with one's own suffering and pain. In this chapter, I document stories of survivors in the aftermath of the forty-day Israeli military siege of the Nativity Church in Bethleem, which took place from April 1 to May 9, 2002. In addition, I analyze the images drawn by a group of Bethlehem's Palestinian children depicting the reality of their lives. Finaly, I share my own professional experience in working with traumatized Palestinians in the last two years of the violence. Based on this designed to guide both Palestinian professionals who are providing services and international organizations that are supporting psychosocial projects in Palestine.

RIVO ID Number: 921


Axelrod, S., O. L. Schnipper, et al. (1980). “Hospitalized offspring of Holocaust survivors.” Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic 44: 1-14.

RIVO ID Number: 213


Ayalon, O. (2004). Cildren'Responses to Terrorist Attacks. D. Knafo. Lanham, Jason Aronson: 15.

This chapter deals with the plague of terrorism and its impact on a great number of people who are caught up in the traumatic ripple effects, forming ever-widening 'circles of vulnerability,' including families, fiends, peers, eyewitnesses, rescuers, and mental health workers. Based on thirty-five years of research, the author analyzes the impact of terrorism on child victims of survivors in terms of the main feature of trauma: the rupture of continuity in time, in relations and attachments, in perceptions of self and others, in basic assumptions about the world, in future expectations, and, above all, in ruptures in one's fabric of meaning and belief systems. The growing number of children involved in terrorist victimization in Israel and other countries prompted the formation of new, age-appropriate methods that focus on the need to establish the survivor'sense of continuity of experience. This chapter describes the author's internationally used Community Oriented Preventive Education (COPE) program for dealing with disaster and trauma by emhancing six channels of coping resources. It advocates the children's right to grow and to actualize their full potential in a safe environment.

RIVO ID Number: 920


Ayotte, W. (2000). Separated children coming to Western Europe. Why they travel and how they arrive. London, UK, Save the Children.

RIVO ID Number: 881


Ayotte, W. (2000). Separated children in Europe Programme. Statement of Good Practice, Save the Children-UNHCR.

RIVO ID Number: 882


Azadian, A., P. Stenn, et al. (1997). “Aftermath of trauma: posttraumatic stress disorder.” The Candian Journal of Diagnosis
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