POSSIBLE TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR RAD ASSESSMENT OF LOCAL PSYCHOSOCIAL RESOURCES AND WELLNESS

 

Written 2009. Last Updated. April, 2014.

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The following may form part of RAD Terms of Reference:

 

1.    Who or which agency has requested/decided to carry out the RAD

2.    Who will fund the RAD and the member(s)

3.    What is the mission of the Rapid Deployment Mission

4.    What are the responsibilities of each person on the RAD team

5.    What are the proposed time limits for the RAD Assessment

6.    What are the reporting requirements

7.    Given that healers may in some contexts be targeted for assassination by those using torture and trauma for social control:

 

a)    Who owns the data

b)    How confidential is the data? How do we know this?

c)    Who gets access? Now? In the future?

d)    How do we ensure the present and future safety of locals named in the Assessment

e)    What physical protection is there of the data in the field and after reporting

 

 

 

 

Establishing credentials is crucial. Those using torture and trauma for social control seek to infiltrate healer networks and harass or eliminate them.

 

 

 

BACKGROUND LINKS:

 

On RAD

 

         Rapid Assessing of Local Wellness, Psycho-Social Resources & Resilience Following Disasters (RAD)

         Evolving RAD

         Recognising and Evolving Local-lateral Links Between Various Support Processes

         Regaining Balance through Mutual-Help - A Story from Life

         RAD and Resilience

         Action Researching RAD in the Field

         Outline Of A RAD Project Proposal

         RAD Experiential Learning Gatherings

         Self Care of the RAD Rapid Deployment Team

         Responsibility for Distributing RAD Reports

 

 

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         The Laceweb Network

 

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