The Psychological First Aid and Psychosocial Support in Complex Emergencies (PFA-CE) project is a timely and important initiative as it responds to recent global developments with more frequent and long-term disasters and crises. The project aims at improving disaster response capacities of European emergency and volunteer organisations by considering needs and strengthening competencies in psychological first aid psychosocial support of staff and volunteers. Read more
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Dec 18
Presentation of Guidance for Protection and Improvement of Mental Health of Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Migrants in Republic of Serbia

On 18 December 2018 the Red Cross of Serbia participated in the presentation of “Guidance for Protection and Improvement of Mental Health of Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Migrants in Republic of Serbia” organised by the World health Organisation office in Serbia as part of the European Union Programme of Support to Managing Migrations in the Republic of Serbia......

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Dec 9
Psychological first aid and Psychosocial support in Complex Emergencies – Training for Trainers

In the Red Cross of Serbia headquarters, between 7 and 9 December 2018, a regional training workshop was organised. Its goal was improving the capacities of regional National Societies to provide psychological first aid and psychosocial support......

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Nov 18
Psychological first aid and Psychosocial support in Complex Emergencies – Train the Trainers Workshop, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 16-18 November 2018

From 16-18 November 2018 the first Train the Trainers Workshop for Multipliers took place in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Guided by experts from the University of Innsbruck and the Austrian Red Cross 25 participants including Red Cross staff and volunteers from Italy, Slovenia, and Austria involved in disaster response management and coordination actively participated in the workshop.....

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