Decade of Commemoration


TIDI News:

TIDI in association with CONTEXT: Global Mental Health Series

One House, Multiple Helpers How to provide a multidisciplinary approach to child abuse?

Speaker: Ida Haahr-Pedersen
Chair: Maeve Lewis, Executive Director, One in Four.
Title: One House, Multiple Helpers How to provide a multidisciplinary approach to child abuse?

Time: 13:00 – 14:00
Location: The Global Room, Watts Building, Trinity College

The COllaborative Network for Training and EXcellence in psychoTraumatology’ (CONTEXT) is a network for research into trauma-exposed populations in Europe. CONTEXT is collaborating with TIDI to deliver a series of seminars presenting research from this study.

Speakers:
All four speakers of this special TIDI series are doctoral researchers on the Collaborative Network for Training and Excellence in Psychotraumatology (CONTEXT) programme. CONTEXT has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, under the Marie Sk?odowska-Curie grant agreement No 722523.

Dates:
24 January: Psychosocial support on the borders: How to provide psychosocial support to people on the move?
14 February: One House, Multiple Helpers How to provide a multidisciplinary approach to child abuse?
14 March: Where does the real risk lie? Understanding the consequences of chronic stress and traumatic exposure on police officer mental health.
18 April: “Put your Oxygen mask on first” How to protect the wellbeing of humanitarian aid workers?

Time: 13:00 – 14:00
Location: The Global Room, Watts Building, Trinity College

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TIDI Free Open Online Course ‘Achieving Sustainable Development’

Achieving Sustainable Development CourseREGISTRATION ONGOING: JOIN US ANYTIME!

TIDI launched a Free Open Online Course in September 2017 on ‘Achieving Sustainable Development.’ With a plan to run again in Spring 2018, you can register your interest at any time. This course critically considers key Sustainable Development Goals including peace, healthcare, sustainable cities, and water and sanitation. It examines the ways in which development really can be sustainable, its impact on communities, and how it can make a difference to real lives. This course is aimed at anyone interested in the future of our world, and how we can improve it. It might be of specific interest to students all over the world who are planning to live and work in developing countries, and to development stakeholders including people in NGOs, governments and communities. More information and registration details for this course are at this link.  
Date: 11 September 2017
Duration: 4 weeks
Cost: Free