A public health framework to translate risk factors related to political violence and war into multi-level preventive interventions.

@article{Jong2010APH,
  title={A public health framework to translate risk factors related to political violence and war into multi-level preventive interventions.},
  author={Joop T. V. M. de Jong},
  journal={Social science & medicine},
  year={2010},
  volume={70 1},
  pages={71-9}
}
Political violence, armed conflicts and human rights violations are produced by a variety of political, economic and socio-cultural factors. Conflicts can be analyzed with an interdisciplinary approach to obtain a global understanding of the relative contribution of risk and protective factors. A public health framework was designed to address these risk factors and protective factors. The framework resulted in a matrix that combined primary, secondary and tertiary interventions with their… CONTINUE READING

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