Challenges and impossibilities of ‘standing alongside’ in an intolerable context: Learning from refugees and volunteers in the Calais camp

@article{Burck2018ChallengesAI,
  title={Challenges and impossibilities of ‘standing alongside’ in an intolerable context: Learning from refugees and volunteers in the Calais camp},
  author={Charlotte Burck and G. Hughes},
  journal={Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry},
  year={2018},
  volume={23},
  pages={223 - 237}
}
  • Charlotte Burck, G. Hughes
  • Published 2018
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry
  • This article describes the experience of setting up a psychosocial and therapeutic support project in the French Calais refugee camp, by a group of family therapists and clinical psychologists from the United Kingdom. This came about in response to reports of a humanitarian crisis unfolding on our doorstep, with the British government’s lack of support for the growing numbers of refugees gathering along the UK border with France. The project involved working alongside other agencies in the camp… CONTINUE READING

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