From August 26 th till September 9 th , an emergency pedagogy team from the Friends of Waldorf Education will travel for the tenth time to the autonomous region of Kurdistan in Northern Iraq. The search for a new cooperation partner is over: our work will continue in Iraq! From April 22nd to May 3rd , a six person intervention team was once again in northern Iraq.
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The focus of this mission was the further training of local pedagogues and teacher and parent education. This will ensure that the work on the ground can be substainably continued. From November 6 th to 20 th an emergency pedagogy international team traveled to northern Iraq. The focus of this seventh emergency pedagogy mission of the Friends of Waldorf Education, in addition to the work with the children, was the further training of the local team.
In September and October, a team of volunteer German emergency pedagogues was once again in northern Iraq. In cooperation with UNICEF, their project in schools there was continued, teachers and local specialists were supported and further trained. A volunteer German team was on site from 29th of May until the 12th of June to train the local team.
At the end of March an emergency pedagogy team from the Friends of Waldorf Education visited recently traumatized children and youths in refugee camps in the province of Dohuk in northern Iraq. In four UNICEF schools 1, children could be supported in the processing of their terrible experiences and teachers were trained in dealing with traumatised children.
Since summer , scores of Yazidis have fled the terror of the IS militia to north-eastern Iraq. By now, thousands of people camp out on the roadsides, live in building shells or refugee camps. From August 21 st until September 4 th a team of emergency pedagogues visited Dohuk to provide emergency pedagogic assistance for deeply traumatised children. As the big refugee camps for Syrians in Lebanon and Jordan are often the focal point of media-attention, the numerous smaller camps in neighboring countries are easily overlooked.
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