Posts by: Louise Juul Hansen

Workshop: Faith-sensitive psychosocial support: What does it mean in practice?

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Many people have a strong faith or religious identity. When disaster strikes and they have to leave their homes, they don’t leave their faith behind. It stays with them in their efforts to flee and to rebuild their lives. The humanitarian community has been relatively silent on how to respond to this. Political and religious… Read more »

Register for the Caring for Volunteers training!

Caring for volunteers – training of trainers: Copenhagen, 14 to 16 November 2017

The training will equip participants with knowledge, skills and tools on planning and implementing caring for volunteers activities and interventions based on the IFRC PS Centre “Caring for Volunteers, a Psychosocial Support Toolkit”.

Re-posting: Technical Advisor for Yemen

Photo: Ibrahim Malla, IFRC

Re-posting: Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Advisor
Please note that Arabic is no longer a requirement for the position. The deadline is short and personal interviews with shortlisted candidates will be conducted as we receive their applications. Kindly send in your application as soon as possible.

PS Academy 2017

The 2017 PS Academy trainings are planned on the following dates. Please note that not all trainings are yet open for registration. This post will be updated as trainings are opened for registration, and it will be announced on the PS Centre Facebook page and in the newsletter PS News (if you do not already receive… Read more »

Pledge to address the psychological effect of armed conflicts and violence

Photo: Ibrahim Malla SARC

Sign the pledge!  Armed conflicts and violence give rise to great mental health and psychosocial challenges among millions of men, women, boys and girls around the world. While needs are currently increasing, mental health and psychosocial well-being is still not high enough on the list of priorities in the field of humanitarian intervention. Therefore IFRC… Read more »