The objective of the modules is to help policy makers and practitioners in governments and civil society organizations in Central Asia, and other regions, to build capacity in providing sustainable psychosocial support and ensure the effective rehabilitation and reintegration of FTF returnees.
The modules analyze the practical aspects of multi-agency approaches and strengthen the knowledge and skills of psychologists, social workers, and other frontline practitioners on clinical disorders of FTF returnees and their families. Moreover, the project raises awareness of the linkages between violent extremism and mental health considerations.
UNODC supports the continued efforts of Central Asian countries to ensure the repatriation and effective rehabilitation and reintegration of FTF returnees and their families into their local communities.
The eLearning modules were developed under the framework of the project "Preventing and Responding to Terrorism and Violent Extremism in Central Asia", funded by the Government of Germany.
To access the eLearning course Mental Health Considerations for the Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Foreign Terrorist Fighter Returnees and their Families
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