Children as Refugees, Psychological Impact
When talking about refugees, we know that each story is unique. But what do the youngest refugees go through? What do they see and sense through the sorrow and struggles of their parents? How does escape-induced serial trauma affect their early development? How do their minds defend them? Is escaping into dreams defense or survival? How can a refugee be a child?
Lilla Zentai, social worker, Menedék Association for Migrants
Ákos Urbán, teacher, Kalunba Nonprofit Ltd.
Eszter Csuzdi, social worker
Erzsébet Laluska, social worker
Moderator: Veronika Gaszner, MADOKE board member
The discussion is in Hungarian.