The psychological consequences of migration do not only apply to migrants but also to family members staying in the sending context or members of the host population who work or are in contact with migrants. This is especially the case for migrants who have experienced traumatic events prior to or during their migration trajectory. The process of incorporation into a host society also entails a psychological dimension, often labelled acculturative stress.
Studies listed under this topic include literature on migrants and/or refugees and trauma, PTSD, psychological consequences of deportation and repatriation, psychological consequences of immigration policies, the mental health of professionals working with refugees, and the relationship between mental health and integration.
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This project was made possible thanks to funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and
innovation programme under grant agreement Ares(2017) 5627812-77012.