Refugees and Resiliency An Inter-professional Planning and Learning Tool: A Trauma-Informed Lens

Ian Barron, The One World Centre, Dundee

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Abstract

Introduction - The development of the inter-professional planning framework is the result of a collaboration between the One World Centre and the University of Dundee. Both organisations are acutely aware of the breadth and depth of need of refugees who are coming to Scotland and the limited resources in place to respond to such need. The idea of an inter-professional planning framework was to give both single agencies, as well as agencies working together, a quick accessible way of identifying and beginning to respond to diverse and complex needs for refugees. Given the war torn contexts many refugees will be coming from, a particular focus of the planning framework is child and family traumatisation and how best to facilitate child, family and community resiliency. The planning tool is in three parts: 1. Background information; 2. How to use The Planning Framework; and 3. The Planning Framework.
Original languageEnglish
TypePlanning Framework
Media of outputText
PublisherUniversity of Dundee
Number of pages20
Place of PublicationDundee
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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