Arts and Minds: Healing Post-Conflict Trauma in the Middle East – Cléa Daridan, Christopher Bailey, Rand Abdul Jabbar and Venetia Porter


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An RSAA panel discussion with Cléa Darridan, Christopher Bailey, Rand Abdul Jabbar, Venetia Porter, from our series: Culture, Conflict and Recovery in Asia.

A growing body of evidence suggests that engagement of the arts and culture can be effective in improving healthcare outcomes in a wide range of settings: from end-of-life care to psychiatric wards and prisons, to tackling trauma among refugees and in post-conflict contexts. How can we strengthen the evidence-base to build a compelling argument for integrating the arts and culture in healthcare planning? And what are the specific opportunities and challenges to use these tools post-conflict?