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EU GRANT SHEDS LIGHT ON PROJECT ROZANA

Project Rozana has been awarded a €741,286 (US$820,246, A$1,193,650) grant by the European Union (EU) to expand the work of the Binational School of Psychotherapy (BNSP), a unique training program based at Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem. The BNSP was established in 2016 to train Palestinian and Israeli child psychologists in the latest strategies and techniques for dealing with children in the region suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
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RIFI: ‘NO ROOM FOR POLITICS’

The prominent Muslim doctor targeted in a campaign of intimidation for his involvement in a humanitarian charity that brings Israelis and Palestinians together to help sick Palestinian children says his support of the organisation is now “much stronger than it has ever been”.
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RIFI FEARS HATE CAMPAIGN MAY TAKE A NASTIER TURN

Prominent Lebanese-Australian doctor Jamal Rifi has alerted police to a potential threat to his life after an international campaign to stir up hatred against him by misrepresenting his work with a charity for critically ill Palestinian children.
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EU GRANT SHEDS LIGHT ON PROJECT ROZANA

Project Rozana has been awarded a €741,286 (US$820,246, A$1,193,650) grant by the European Union (EU) to expand the work of the Binational School of Psychotherapy (BNSP), a unique training program based at Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem. The BNSP was established in 2016 to train Palestinian and Israeli child psychologists in the latest strategies and techniques for dealing with children in the region suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
MORE

RIFI: ‘NO ROOM FOR POLITICS’

The prominent Muslim doctor targeted in a campaign of intimidation for his involvement in a humanitarian charity that brings Israelis and Palestinians together to help sick Palestinian children says his support of the organisation is now “much stronger than it has ever been”.
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