From the European Interagency Security Forum, this can help agencies prevent, prepare and respond to incidents of sexual violence against staff.
All of us have times in our lives when we feel low. Feeling sad or drained is a normal part of life. Depression, like most mental health conditions falls along a spectrum, but is different than normal grief or sadness. How can we recognize when we’ve tipped into a more damaging type of depression requiring adjustment and support? Fortunately, depression is treatable.
هل تشاهد أو تدعم أو تقرأ بانتظام عن الأفراد الذين يعانون من الصدمات أو يتعرضون لها؟
هل أنت عامل في المجال الإنساني أو مراسل إخباري أو تعمل في خدمة الأشخاص الذين يقاسون المعاناة؟سيكون هذا المستند نافعًا لك.
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