Respecting Faiths, Avoiding Harm

zomaSecond-year policy student Maryam Zoma published , Respecting Faiths, Avoiding Harm: Psychosocial Assistance in Jordan and the United States in Forced Migration Review Online, a publication of Oxford University.  In this article, Maryam shares her experience of working with detainees, asylum seekers and displaced refugees at faith-based organizations in New York City and Amman, Jordan, describing a variety of benefits and challenges related to the delivery of psychosocial assistance to clients in these settings. Maryam is part of the growing Global Social Work and Practice with Immigrants and Refugees field of practice specialization at Silberman.