Addressing the taboo of the emotional needs of men

Azad and Nashmia fled northern Iraq the day that 10 of their family members were kidnapped. Their only thought was to get to somewhere safe, somewhere that could protect them from the violence and uncertainty they faced every day in their village.

  • Jesper Guhle
  • September 13, 2016

Creating a psychological first aid tool box

There is no lack of empathy amongst aid workers and volunteers for the migrants flocking to the Greek island of Lesvos from countries at war. But empathy alone is not enough to appreciate the desperation that drives people to abandon their home for journeys fraught with danger and uncertainty.

  • Jesper Guhle
  • September 9, 2016