Nitzia Logothetis, Founder and Executive Chairwoman of the Seleni Institute, gives a heartfelt and personal testimony during the “Recalibrating the Response: Shifting Emergency Mindsets to Sustainable Solutions for Refugees” session at the Concordia Europe Summit in Athens, Greece, on June 7th, 2017. The discussion focuses on the fundamental rebalance needed to shift away from short-term approaches to more holistic strategies which bridge relief and development needs at the heart of the refugee crisis. Nitzia Logothetis shares a vivid account of her visit to a refugee camp on the island of Chios, Greece, shedding light on the severe mental health issues endured by refugee children and unaccompanied minors along with the dangerous impact it can have on their future wellbeing.


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