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Psychosocial approach in work with families of missing persons.

Jasna Zečević , Teufika Ibrahimefendić

The problem of finding and identifying missing persons from the war in Bosnia Herzegovina  (1992-95) remains one of the most painful consequences of the conflict. Around 13.000 people are still considered missing. The suffering experienced by the families of missing persons can be viewed as a kind of torture, and therefore considered as a serious violation of human rights. This paper presents findings from a 2 year project working with 20 women with missing family members. Group work was conducted with 20 women at the location where their trauma occurred over a 2 year period.

Recorded: October 2009, Dubrovnik - Cavtat, Croatia.
Coping & Resilience International Conference

Organiser: The Brisbane Institute of Strengths Based Practice

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Jasna Zečević

Ms. Jasna Zečević is the current Director of Vive Žene Centre for Therapy and Rehabilitation, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

For more information visit:  www.vivezene.ba/eng/onamaDanas.htm

Teufika Ibrahimefendić

Centre for Therapy and Counselling, Vive Žene, Tuzla, Bosnia-Herzegovina.

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