Casa Mia. Interventi di costruzione di comunità e formazione psicosociale in Libano
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Lebanon has gone across 15 years of civil war, which have redesigned its anthropological, economic and social structure. The country has come out of this dramatic experience divided in tight confessional communities , without ever ritualize the events and the end of the conflict. In 2006, the Israeli attacks, brought to the whole country, but direct to and counter-attacked only by Shiite militants, which ended with the ‘divine victory’ of that part, have re-heightened the inter-confessional political tensions, and highlighted the fragility of the Lebanese Community and the pact of silence which followed the civil war. Through the description of two psycho-social projects conducted in response to the needs emerged during the last war: the Master In Psychosocial Activities In Post-War Societies, and DARI Recreational and Counseling Centre for Families at Baalbeck, the article sets out some possible modality of intervention and highlights the complexities and difficulties of building a community, in a confessionally organized society, who has not yet re-elaborated its mourning.
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