Our New Website is now LIVE!
We’re excited to announce the launch of our new website! It's been re-designed to streamline access to the vast resources and services HI has developed to assist humanitarian aid workers and emergency first-responders.
The website includes the following new updates:
It is our sincere hope that the new HI website (www.headington-institute.org) will help enable relief, development, and emergency workers to thrive in their work.
Take a look and let us know what you think!
- Online Training Center: reorganized to group resources into four key sections: Resilience, Stress & Burnout, Trauma & Critical Incidents, and Women & Gender
- Resource Index: allows for easy search through our free downloadable resources
- Video Library: allows access to all of our training videos in one place
- Blog: provides a chronicle of the Institute’s latest updates and news
- Our Work: a comprehensive overview of the types of services we offer to humanitarian aid agencies and emergency first-responders
Vicarious Trauma Module Now Available in Arabic!
After nearly 3 years of conflict in Syria, approximately 9.3 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance. In light of these needs, the health and resilience of aid workers in the Middle East becomes that much more essential. With this in mind, it makes sense to make our most popular module: Understanding and addressing Vicarious Trauma available in Arabic. This module may be particularly helpful for those involved with refugee assistance programs, including Syrian staff with close ties to the communities they are serving. You can now access this resource here!
Other resources on our website that are also available in Arabic:
We’re hoping to translate more of our resources in Arabic. If you have feedback on which resources we should translate next, we would gladly accept your input!
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