Volunteering in response to COVID-19: spontaneous volunteers – Spanish

  • barbara Levin
  • September 24, 2020

Volunteering in response to COVID-19: spontaneous volunteers – French

  • barbara Levin
  • September 24, 2020

Volunteering in response to COVID-19: spontaneous volunteers – Arabic

  • barbara Levin
  • September 24, 2020

Volunteering in response to COVID-19: spontaneous volunteers

  • Jesper Guhle
  • May 18, 2020

Research: The importance of organisational support for volunteers

Research: Caring for the mental health of humanitarian volunteers in traumatic contexts: the importance of organisational support Humanitarian workers operate…

  • Jesper Guhle
  • January 6, 2020

BLOG: What I learned about staff support #1

The PS Centre has asked long-time roster member Gordy Dodge, Ph.D., LP to share his reflections, observations and recommendations from…

  • Jesper Guhle
  • June 18, 2014

Psychosocial Support in Damascus: Fear, hope and commitment

A large number of families are living in a shelter in unfinished buildings next to a garbage dump on top of an open sewer with unsafe water. 150 children of all ages are clustered around volunteers in the shade. Most don’t even notice us, busy as they are drawing, writing and cutting a shield out of paper. They talk to their volunteer about who can protect them and whom they feel safe with.

  • Jesper Guhle
  • May 12, 2014

Supporting volunteers in Central African Republic

“I am amazed to see how the volunteers persist in working under extremely difficult conditions and under extreme heat that…

  • Jesper Guhle
  • February 25, 2014