Trees Coloured Pink. The use of creativity as a means of psychological support for children in Kosovo; an ongoing learning process.

Wertheim-Cahen, T., Euwema, M., & Nabarro, M. (2005). Trees coloured pink. The use of creativity as a means of psychosocial support for children in Kosovo: An ongoing learning process. Intervention, 3(2), 112-121.

This article will aims to provide insight into the learning process connected to a long-term psychosocial intervention with children in Kosovo. In this intervention, creative activities and sports are fundamental. Information was collected through semistructured interviews with the national teams, and by direct observation of their practical work. It is argued that drawing upon the experiences of national staff in this way, is a good, necessary, additional tool for assessing the impact and effectiveness of a psychosocial programme.

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