edited by Libby Tata Arcel, Vera Folnegovic-Smalc, Dragica Kozaric-Kovacic, and Ana Marusic (from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia), 180 pp, Copenhagen, Denmark, International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims (phone: 44-33-76-06-00, fax: 45-33-76-05-00), 1995.
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Psycho-Social Help to War Victims focuses on practical issues in implementing and operating programs for treatment and rehabilitation of woman and child victims of multiple trauma and rape in Bosnia-Herzegovina who became refugees in Croatia. The book is largely a collection of short reports by professional and nonprofessional members of the treatment and rehabilitation teams. It is, I believe, a report to the Rehabilitation and Research Center for Torture Victims, that remarkable and famous independent humanitarian, nonpolitical organization in Copenhagen, Denmark. This book precedes the publication of a research book based on the measurement scales collected in this project.
Psycho-Social Help to War Victims should be read by people concerned about programs for women and children who in war are victims of rape, torture, violence, and displacement and how a multidisciplinary team works in the field. The project was carefully planned and focused so that it gave a considerable degree
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