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Systemic approach to reducing gender based violence.

Dr Dean Ajdukovic

Gender based violence (GBV) is complex and reflects interactive processes from several levels of social ecology: individual characteristics of perpetrators and victims, family dynamics, influences from the proximal social context, effective identification of violence, legal framework, efficiency of repressive responses towards perpetrators, protection and support of victims systems, practice and norms of the professional systems, and societal values. The harm of GBV and domestic violence (DV) affect children’s short and long term development, psychosocial functioning in adulthood, partner relations in the present and future families, parent- children relations, physical and psychological consequences of exposure to violence, high economic costs of violence.

STRENGTHS BASED MANAGEMENT OF SOCIAL CHANGE 
WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON TRANSITION COUNTRIES.
Recorded: Sarajevo 16-18 September 2011 

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Dr Dean Ajdukovic

Dr Ajdukovic has a Ph.D. in Psychology and works in the Department of Psychology, University of Zagreb, Croatia. His current professional interests include: community-based mental health interventions, trauma recovery and psychosocial assistance after organized violence; social reconstruction of war-affected communities; program development and evaluation; treatment of perpetrators of family violence. In 2006, he received the Croatian National Science Award. For ten years, Dr Ajdukovic served on the ESTSS Board of Directors. As a member of the task group he worked on building a platform that will improve the collaboration among international traumatic stress societies. For several years,he also served on the ESTSS Awards Committee. He is the past president of the European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ESTSS) and in that capacity have participated in ESTSS Board meetings.
For more informations please go to: www.istss.org

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