Video: Political Emergencies

If you missed the conversation be sure to check it out in the video clips.  Listen, think, and join in through the comments section.

  • What are the most important unique goals for educating young people in political emergencies?
  • What are young people missing when their lives are interrupted by political violence, and what are the implications of those gaps for their ongoing development?
  • What are the best interventions over the short- and long-term, and how should we go about ensuring these interventions?
  • What are some of the challenges in addressing basic needs, children’s rights, and resources?

Introductions:

Colette Daiute, The Graduate Center, Professor of Psychology, Developmental Psychology

Naseem Awl, UNICEF-Adolescent Development and Participation Unit

Jordan Naidoo, Senior Education Advisor, UNICEF

Jason Hart, Senior Lecturer – International Development, University of Bath, UK

Jamie Vinson, Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies

Audience Questions:

Bijan Kimiagar, Ph.D.Student, Environmental Psychology Program

Jennifer Tang, Ph.D. Student, Environmental Psychology Program

Luka Lucic, Ph.D. Student, Developmental Psychology Program

Roger Hart, Professor of Psychology, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Conclusions:

Colette Daitue, The Graduate Center, Professor of Psychology, Developmental Psychology

Naseem Awl, UNICEF-Adolescent Development and Participation Unit

Liz Sweet, Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies

Jason Hart, Senior Lecturer – International Development, University of Bath, UK

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