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Chapter 1: Introduction to Trauma and Human RightsChapter 2: Traumatic Experience, Human Rights Violations, and Their IntersectionChapter 3: Moving Toward Trauma-Informed and Human Rights-Based Social Policy: the Role of the Helping ProfessionsChapter 4: Enhancing Indigenous Wellbeing: Applying Human Rights and Trauma-Informed Perspectives with Native AmericansChapter 5: Black Trauma in the US and the Pursuit of Human Rights: A Brief HistoryChapter 6: Children's Experiences of Trauma and Human Rights Violations Around the WorldChapter 7: Women, Trauma, and Human RightsChapter 8: The Lives of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender People: A Trauma-Informed and Human Rights PerspectiveChapter 9: Mental Disability, Trauma, and Human RightsChapter 10: Refugees and Asylum SeekersChapter 11: The Interrelationship between Aging, Trauma, and the End of LifeChapter 12: Truth and Reconciliation Commissions, Human Rights, and TraumaChapter 13: Afterword: Human Rights and the Science of Suffering.
About the Author
Lisa D. Butler, PhD, is Associate Professor in the School of Social Work at the University at Buffalo, in Buffalo, NY, USA. Filomena M. Critelli, PhD, is Associate Professor and the Co-Director of the Institute for Sustainable Global Engagement in the School of Social Work at the University at Buffalo, in Buffalo, NY, USA. Janice Carello, LMSW, PhD, is Assistant Professor in the Department of Social Work at Edinboro University, in Edinboro, PA, USA.