A wonderful gift

“Special children have special things,” said my mum as she handed me an old-looking book. I had returned to Canada for the summer, after my first year as a tenure-track assistant professor in the Theory and History of Psychology Department, and she had just downsized from her suburban half-acre to a condo in downtown Toronto. Moving house always leads to discovered treasures. This book was certainly one of those.

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Integration measures as an Investment into a Sustainable Society – A Resilience Based Approach

Drawing on his experiences of working with refugees during the 2015 refugee crisis Joel Fischer argues that a practical intervention based on the resilience approach is essential for creating a sustainable society. This approach takes factors such as the individual level and the family level into account and allows for respective interventions.

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