Building Resilience during Crises

Nour Barakeh © UNHCR/Stefanie Steindl
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It is about taking things one day at a time, because we can’t predict the future. Living in the moment.

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Nour Barakeh, March 2020

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Human rights activist passionate about mental health. Lived experience in (healing) intergenerational trauma. www.heatherwokusch.com

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Human rights activist passionate about mental health. Lived experience in (healing) intergenerational trauma. www.heatherwokusch.com

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