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Beyond Conflict supports Palestinian project in West Bank
We’re here to help those in urgent need of mental health care in places of conflict. We also know that war trauma impacts across generations and can cause violence to spiral. Addressing mental health issues is therefore important for long-term peace building.”
Beyond Conflict supports project in southern Israel
London Stock Exchange Foundation Donates to BC for new Israeli and Palestinian projects
John Lennon donates rare “Give Peace a Chance” record to BC
I was pleased when the movement took up ‘Give Peace A Chance’ because I had written it with that in mind. I felt an obligation even then to write a song that people would sing in the pub, or on a demonstration. I remember hearing them all sing it – it was a very big moment for me. That’s what the song was about.”
First Music Therapy Project A Success, London’s Barbican Centre Supports Our Work
This exhibition will bear witness to the silenced voices of the innocents. War destroys countries but importantly, by destroying communities, families and children, it destroys our future. The damage to a child’s mental health reverberates long after the bombs have fallen silent. It will echo through generations unless we as a society confront it. We believe as a charity there can be no lasting peace unless the psychological fallout of war is addressed.
Beyond Conflict announces
“Child of War Exhibition 2024”
“War Through Children’s Eyes” supports Beyond Conflict
BC Mothers4Mothers campaign.
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Support us if you’re a mother yourself or in honour of your own mum. This project is about empowering mums and kids in refugee communities who need mental health support to overcome the past and look to the future.
Thanks to fundraising heroes
2022 will be remembered as a year of challenge and struggle for many around the world: not just those affected by war and displacement, but people dealing with financial worries, an energy crisis and the Covid fallout.
Compassionate Resiliance: A Reason For Hope
WHO recognises mental health as one of the greatest challenges facing the world today. There is still no single NGO committed to doing just this work on post conflict zones. Beyond Conflict wishes to change this.
Requiem concert for lost children of Ukraine raises funds for displaced families
Scoping mission shows need to expand support at Cox’s Bazar
The price of courage: Ukraine’s unfolding mental health crisis
Beyond Conflict: Statement on Ukraine Crisis, Appeal for Help
Beyond Conflict Appoints Edna Fernandes as Director
While many governments and NGOs are committed to easing the physical impact of conflict on civilians, there is an urgent need to address the severe psychological damage.
Heal Minds, Change Lives, Restore Hope
By Edna Fernandes, Co-Founder, Beyond Conflict
By Sheikh Ramzy, Beyond Conflict Ambassador
While many governments and NGOs are committed to easing the physical impact of conflict on civilians, there is an urgent need to address the severe psychological damage..
We would also like to thank Dr David Staples, CEO of the Grand Lodge of England, and Peter Lowndes, Pro Grand Master, for the donation to Beyond Conflict from the Untied Grand Lodge of England. The monies raised tonight will help fund our first project in Iraq.
Unfortunately, comments like ‘Why bother, they will grow out of it’, or ‘They are children and children are resilient’ are still common, especially among adults who have no concept of what living in a war zone actually means.
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