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Integrating Mental Health and Psychosocial Support into Transitional Justice in the Gambia: Practitioner Perspectives

In countries dealing with legacies of gross and systematic rights violations, healing is central to individuals, communities and society coming to terms with past abuses and preventing their recurrence in the future. As such, it is a key component o…

Blended Voices: Building an Understanding of Torture, War Trauma and Violence through an African Lens

Between October 2020 and March 2021, CSVR hosted an online symposium entitled ‘Blended Voices: Building an Understanding of Torture, War Trauma and Violence Through an African Lens’. The Blended Voices symposium emerged from the extensive work being…

Welfare Effects of a Non-contributory Old Age Pension: Experimental Evidence for Ekiti State, Nigeria

Many countries in the developing world have implemented non-contributory old-age pensions. Evidence of the impact of such policies on the elderly in Sub-Saharan Africa is scarce, however. In this paper, we provide the first evidence from a randomize…

Exploring the Relationship between Unemployment and Mental Illness among the Youth in Selected Communities in Eswatini

Studies have demonstrated that the effects and consequences of a lack of work has detrimental effects on one’s mental health. With high levels of youth unemployment presenting a threat to the country’s efforts to sustainable economic development th…

COVID-19 et santé Mentale: Les Incidences du Confinement sur la Santé Mentale / COVID-19 and Mental Health: The Impact of Lockdown on Mental Health

The global spread of COVID-19 has caused widespread fear and anxiety, first because of the fear of infection, the anguish of death, and then because of enduring uncertainties about the nature of the epidemic, its modes of transmission, its degree of…

COVID-19 and Mental Health: The Impact of Lockdown on Mental Health

The global spread of COVID-19 has caused widespread fear and anxiety, first because of the fear of infection, the anguish of death, and then because of enduring uncertainties about the nature of the epidemic, its modes of transmission, its degree …

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