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Matt Oliver Kinsella
Research, analysis & evaluation in humanitarian & human rights fields. M&E Specialist at SREO / PhD / Associate / Affiliate .
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Saferworld Oct 13
"There's a strong stigma towards mental health in the , with cultural expectations discouraging or preventing people from seeking support. This can be exacerbated if one is a refugee," writes in this blog for :
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gal-dem Oct 12
Extinction Rebellion need to focus on the fact that climate displacement will largely impact communities of colour
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IRRI Oct 10
This we call your attention to mental health for . People living in displacement are more prone to depression, trauma and anxiety; yet, their mental health needs continue to be neglected. More in our blog by
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HPG Oct 10
This collection of free-to-access papers for draws on research from around the world to propose better mental health interventions for humanitarian aid workers, disaster-affected civilians and their communities.
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Tamara Wood Oct 8
This is a critical, yet often under appreciated, issue. When I visited Kakuma in 2012, I was told there were two psychologists for the whole camp.
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RefugeeLawInitiative Oct 8
NEW BLOG POST: Today on the RLI blog, (RLI affiliate and PhD student with & ) writes on ‘An invisible burden: the human right to mental health for refugees in the Horn of Africa’.
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IRRI Oct 3
NEW BLOG: "There's a strong stigma towards mental health issues in the , with cultural expectations discouraging or preventing people from seeking/accessing support. This can be exacerbated if one is a refugee," writes . Read👉
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Matt Oliver Kinsella Oct 3
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Thijs Van Laer Oct 2
We need to talk about mental health of refugees. Start by reading our new blog by on the Horn of Africa
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Matt Oliver Kinsella Oct 2
I recently wrote an article for on and in the Horn of Africa. Read it here:
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Matt Oliver Kinsella Aug 29
Four European countries stripped of 'measles-free' status... thanks partly to anti-vax misinformation campaigns:
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Matt Oliver Kinsella Aug 29
Leishmaniasis on the rise in Idleb
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Matt Oliver Kinsella Aug 29
Charity slams 'deafening silence' after Syrian children’s hospital bombed via
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Matt Oliver Kinsella Aug 29
"Britain’s museums hold a troubling inheritance from the 19th century, a period in which British troops captured cultural property and razed entire cities to the ground."
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Matt Oliver Kinsella Aug 29
Colombia's FARC dissident leader issues new call to arms, three years after peace deal
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Dr Tania Hershman 🕷️ Aug 23
Foote wasn't allowed to read her own paper at the conference because she was a woman. In 2010 a geologist came across her work & realized she was the first to make the connection between carbon dioxide and climate change, not Tyndall, who published a few years later.
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Shawn Carrié Aug 23
"Silence would be the worst option," 20-year veteran of UNHCR recently told me about the UN's response in face of illegal deportations to Syria. But that is exactly what UNHCR has chosen – silence.
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John Beck Aug 20
Today marks a government deadline for unregistered Syrians to leave Istanbul. Many are already in hiding after police detained and deported hundreds. Quick piece for
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Hugo Slim Aug 20
Important blog: 93% of humanitarian workers are nationals (not internationals) and they experience (by far) the majority of violence against humanitarian workers. Protect
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Haid Haid Aug 19
As the conflict in "winds down", analysts should be cautious to not focus only on violence when analysing the dangers and challenges facing civilians, especially inside regime areas where fighting has largely ceased.
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