Children and war: Risk, resilience, and recovery
The psychological suffering of children during war is an often overlooked, yet crucial, outcome of armed conflict. Many children have lived through conflict, political violence, displacement and starvation. This paper examines some of the issues surrounding the psychological costs of war.
Key wordsarmed conflict / children / post-traumatic stress disorder / psychosocial intervention / rehabilitation / resilience
CountriesGlobal / USA