Author(s): Yaser SNOUBAR? Magdy Atef Mahfouz ABITA
The continued wars and conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa forced millions of people to migrate both inside and outside the region. Children constitute nearly half of the refugees and this is one of the most serious challenges facing childhood in the Middle East. These events have greatly affected the healthy development of children, made them vulnerable to various risks and caused serious violations of their rights. The traumatic experiences faced by children during this period of living in the environment of war and conflict from witnessing the violent events, threats and difficult conditions during the resort to the problems expected in the host countries affects children psychologically, healthy, social and behavioral. Therefore, in order to preserve their rights and promote their integration into the new environment, the effective intervention of social work is necessary. This article discusses how to work directly with refugee children from the Middle East and propose effective mechanisms to promote the direct practice of social workers with refugee children.