Life After War: Education as a Healing Process for Refugee and War-Affected Children 2012


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Life After War: Education as a Healing Process for Refugee and War-Affected Children

Life After War: Education as a Healing Process for Refugee
and War-Affected Children
(8.02 MB) Updated Icon December 18, 2014

This resource and the two companion documents Life After War: Professional Learning, Agencies, and Community Supports (517 KB) and War Affected Children: A Comprehensive Bibliography (1.36 MB) are web-based resources that are intended to help strengthen the capacity of school communities at all levels (early, middle, and senior years) to provide an appropriate and supportive school environment for refugee and war-affected learners and their families: an environment that will nurture their mental health and well-being, and that will enhance their educational and life outcomes.

Please note that Life After War: Education as a Healing Process for Refugee and War-Affected Children is also available in print form and may be ordered from the Manitoba Learning Resource Centre (formerly the Manitoba Text Book Bureau).

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Life After War: Professional Learning, Agencies, and Community Supports (Adobe Icon 517 KB)

War Affected Children: A Comprehensive Bibliography (Adobe Icon 1.36 MB)

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