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For the traumatised Australian children escaping Syrian detention camps, help here will be life-changing

By William Mude, Public Health Lecturer, CQUniversity Australia
Lillian Mwanri, Associate Professor of Public Health, Torrens University Australia
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Though young, the trauma experienced by children in Syrian detention camps could have lifelong effects. A coordinated approach is needed to support them into new lives here.The Conversation

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