By Sulak Sivaraksa
By Sulak Sivaraksa
Ce travail croise les regards de quatre professionnels (pédiatre, psychiatre, psychologues), confrontés dans leur pratique à cette problématique qui rend difficile et complexe le travail interdisciplinaire entre eux. Il élargit le champ de imaginative and prescient à l'indispensable travail en réseau avec les professionnels des champs médico-social, social, juridique, éducatif et pédagogique.
Cet ouvrage montre en particulier que les violences conjugales ressortissent à deux domaines principaux et essentiels : los angeles loi d'une half, l. a. relation d'autre half. Les professionnels de l'aide et de l. a. relation doivent prendre l. a. mesure des souffrances de l'enfant victime de ces violences, pour tenter de les prévenir, le plus souvent après coup (après coups). Plusieurs chapitres de l'ouvrage abordent de façon pragmatique remark reconnaître l. a. clinique liée aux blessures d'attachement, aux traumatismes liés à l'état de victime ; remark les évaluer, les soigner, en fonction du contexte de vie et de l'âge de l'enfant. Mais les auteurs montrent qu'avant toute selected les professionnels ne peuvent faire l'économie de permettre à l. a. loi et à ses représentants - Juge des Enfants ET Juges aux Affaires Familiales - de nommer le délit ou le crime que constituent les violences conjugales, et d'en tirer les conséquences en désignant officiellement l'enfant comme victime aux termes de los angeles loi.
India's political and religious chief, Mahatma ("Great Soul") Gandhi led his country's fight for independence from Britain via a crusade in accordance with nonviolence and civil disobedience. Gandhi's doctrine of nonviolent motion profoundly stimulated civil rights leaders all over the world, together with Martin Luther King, Jr., and Nelson Mandela. This anthology of the Mahatma's writings bargains a revealing examine his lifestyles and philosophy.
Editor Ronald Duncan presents a long advent within which he recounts his own organization with Gandhi. "In making this selection," he notes, "I have attempted to endure 3 issues in brain: to begin with, my goal to give fabric of everlasting curiosity in place of reviews on day by day political concerns; additionally to teach the improvement and to provide the essence of Mahatma Gandhi's philosophy of Satyagraha [defense of and by means of the truth], and its foundation within the spiritual teachings of the Gita; and thirdly, i've got attempted to stress these principles which, notwithstanding they won't look instantly acceptable to Western lifestyles, could be of substantial relevance to modern thought."
In addition to enormous extracts from Gandhi's writings, this assortment gains his speeches — together with a few made in the course of his trials — and extracts from his diary. The ebook concludes with a range of Gandhi's correspondence with Lord Linlithgow, then Viceroy of India, and their reflections at the country's future.
By Leslie Heywood
By Michel Redon
By Charisse Jones
Based at the African American Women's Voices undertaking, Shifting finds that a huge variety of African American ladies consider strain to com-promise their precise selves as they navigate America's racial and gender bigotry. Black girls "shift" through changing the expectancies they've got for themselves or their outer visual appeal. they change their speech. They shift "White" as they head to paintings within the morning and "Black" as they arrive again domestic each one evening. They shift inward, internalizing the searing soreness of the destructive stereotypes that they come across day-by-day. and infrequently they shift through combating back.
With deeply relocating interviews, poignantly published on every one web page, Shifting is a much-needed, transparent, and accomplished portrait of the truth of African American women's lives today.
By Claude Corbo
For greater than years, Mitchell, who used to be Senate majority chief less than Presidents Bush and Clinton, worked to assemble events whose mutual hostility--after a long time of violence and mistrust--seemed insurmountable: Sinn Fein, represented by means of Gerry Adams; the Catholic moderates, led via John Hume; the bulk Protestant social gathering, headed through David Trimble; Ian Paisley's hard-line unionists; and, now not least, the governments of the Republic of eire and the uk, headed by way of Bertie Ahern and Tony Blair.
The global watched because the stressful and dramatic approach spread out, occasionally teetering close to failure. right here, for the 1st time, we're given a behind-the-scenes view of the primary players--the personalities who formed the process--and of the contentious, every now and then vitriolic, court cases. We find out how, because the time limit approached, extremist violence and factional intransigence virtually drove the talks to break down. And we witness the depth of the ultimate negotiating consultation, the interventions of Ahern and Blair, the late-night telephone calls from President Clinton, a last-ditch test at disruption via Paisley, and finally an contract that, regardless of next inflammatory acts aimed toward destroying it, has set Northern Ireland's destiny heading in the right direction towards a extra lasting peace.