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The Protective Role of the School in War Situations
Anica Mikus Kos
Sanja Derviskadic Jovanic
Sonja Gole Asanin

The school provides a protective function for children's mental health. The awareness of this protective function is not uet adequately developed nor is this function utilized sufficiently to protect the psychosoical health of children exposed to traumatic events or to long lasting adversities.

This aritcle describes the functioning of the Bosnian school in Sloveniw and its impact on refugee children.

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