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Vietnamese GI children » ESR participates in US project launch

As it was already reported in a previous article, ESR Nastassia Sersté is involved in the project « Life courses of Vietnamese GI children » coordinated by Prof. Sabine Lee, Dr. Susan Bartels and Dr. Robert McKelvey, supported by Wellcome Trust and using the Cognitive Edge’s SenseMaker® software. After the first workshop in Canada (October 2016) and intensive interim work on the project over several months, the project was launched in the US. The goal is to study the Amerasians – which is the common name for Vietnamese GI children – of the Vietnam War living in the US today. Some of them came with the Operation Babylift in 1975, others have immigrated after the war and in particular after th

CHIBOW early stage researcher spends two months at Tel Aviv University for research collaboration w

Saskia Mitreuter, member of the European Union’s Marie Curie Initial Training Network, “Children born of war – past, present and future” from the University of Leipzig spent two months at Tel Aviv University in Israel for research collaboration with prof. dr. Zahava Solomon. Prof. dr. Zahava Solomon is an internationally leading scholar on the topic of war trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). She manages a distinguished lab consisting of one PhD student and five postdocs. During her stay, Saskia wrote one journal article titled “A Longitudinal Examination of the Posttraumatic Growth Inventory: Do its Subscales Represent the Assumed Monolithic Nature of Posttraumatic Growth?” and

CHIBOW Researcher takes part in debate on “Trauma of War Rape and Forgiveness – Children Born of War

Within the Program of the Faculty of Catholic Theology of the University of Sarajevo: From war to reconciliation, contribution of religious communities to healing and reconstruction of the society, a CHIBOW researcher Amra Delic from the University of Medicine Greifswald participated in its academic cycle of theology debates “Forgiveness and Reconciliation” organized by the Faculty of Catholic Theology and Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Foundation in Bosnia and Herzegovina. During the debate, Delic gave a lecture on “Trauma of War Rape and Forgiveness. Children born of war”, and afterwards, took part in a panel discussion on this topic together with Mrs. Mirsada Tursunovic, a survivor of war rape,

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