Mental health in Syrian camps

What’s what? Refugee Mental Health in Theory and Practice

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What can mental health care offer the more than 1.5 million Syrian refugees currently living in Lebanon? Reflections from a community mental health clinic in Lebanon, which serves Syrian refugees.¹       By Maria Stacke,  Alumni in Master of Public Health, Lund University   I’m sitting in a concrete room. The walls are empty. […]

Forced sterilization in the transgender community within the EU

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-by Ismael Ibarra Since the early 1900s, certain groups (eugenics, ethnic minorities, people living with HIV, etc.) have been forced to undergo sterilization for various reasons i.e. to stop them from passing down their traits, as means of population control, to stop them from spreading diseases, etc. (1) Fortunately for some of these groups, the […]