Integration of asylum seekers with traumatic experience in Germany

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Publication Bachelor thesis
Title Integration of asylum seekers with traumatic experience in Germany
Author(s) Eheim, Johanna
Date 2016
English abstract
My study examines the legal structures, which determine the access to mental health care for traumatized asylum seekers. Additionally it analyses a volunteer run, non-governmental integration project in Germany. The two approaches are put into context and are analysed through different integration theories from psychology and social sciences. New German laws incorporate mental health care for asylum seekers but struggle to implement these. At this time, their focus lies on labor market integration and deportablitly of asylum seekers. Whereby, they ignore certain human rights. The integration project, Somenti as no political or economic aims but follows a need-oriented approach to integration and offers support to volunteers who work with asylum seekers. The methods applied in this study are a case study on the integration project and content text analysis on the government.
Publisher Malmö högskola/Kultur och samhälle
Pages 70
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) asylumseeker, trauma, integration, Germany, PTSD
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/21229 (link to this page)

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