Category Archives: Knowledge

Careif Position Statement on STIGMA

At the root of conflict and stigma we find competition between different value systems and the threat of change to our collective or individual identity. In an era of unprecedented social change, as migration and mass media blur traditional boundaries, it is vital that we recognise this process of stigmatisation and embrace the potential for social enrichment through a process of dialogue.careif PS Stigma

Intercultural Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

CAREIF is pleased to be supporting this exciting and innovative programme – from the Centre for Psychiatry, QMUL- aimed at clinicians and senior professionals working within health and social care settings. This state of the art programme has been developed as a partnership between Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and the Refugee Therapy Centre (RTC). Completion of the course will lead to a QMUL degree, and registration with the RTC as a fully qualified Intercultural Therapist. RTC is an organisation member of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) and the Council for Psychoanalysis and Jungian Analysis (CPJA).

 

For more information please go to: http://bit.ly/DClinPsy_IPP

Speakers of Europe

20131212_160110-1In December 2013 Michelle Younger and volunteer, Rhammel Afflick took part in the Speakers of Europe Course in Palermo. They worked with 38 other participants from across Europe, learning about social media campaigns and participation in European democracy. ‘The Speaker’s Toolbox’ a website developed by the participants is now launched to promote participation in the upcoming European elections. The toolbox is for anyone who wants to learn more about Europe, or to run their own campaigns.

For more information click here…