It’s natural for parents and carers to want to protect their children from distressing and upsetting images of conflict.
The literature written today about the Nazi occupation is written by people who did not experience the war. How does that affect the stories?
- Society & Culture
Future for Ukraine Foundation Is Creating Adaptation Centres for Children of Ukrainian Immigrants in Europe. Is It a Solution?
After February 24, the world is on the brink of the largest humanitarian catastrophe since World War II.
- Family & Relationship
Psychotherapist Noel McDermott examines our emotional ability to identify and empathise with others in situations of danger.
The UK’s reaction to the homes for Ukraine scheme is an unprecedented response to an unusual situation.
Human history is mostly of conflict and war. History teaches many lessons, but has few students.
According to a report from Save the Children, 45% of Syrian refugees suffered from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).