Working Supportively With Refugees: Principles, Skills and Perspectives

Working Supportively With Refugees: Principles, Skills and Perspectives

Working Supportively With Refugees: Principles, Skills and Perspectives is an online course offered by the University of Glasgow in the United Kingdom. The class lasts for three weeks and involves a time commitment of four hours weekly. During the class, students will learn how psychology, communication, conflict management and interpretation can be employed when working directly with refugees and displaced persons. The entry-level course is ideal for interpreters, NGO practitioners, volunteers, refugees, researchers and students. All coursework is presented in English through online video lectures and supplemental reading materials. There is no fee to enroll in the class.

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