How to Talk with Children About the Conflict in Ukraine
Six-year-old Olha* lives in a town on the frontline of the conflict in Eastern Ukraine.
As hostilities in Ukraine escalate, children may see and hear things about the crisis in the news, leading to feelings of uncertainty, anxiety and fear, which parents and caregivers need to address, Save the Children’s psychologists warn.
Ane Lemche, a psychologist and child counselor with Save the Children, said children around the world might not fully understand what is happening in Ukraine and may have questions about the images, stories and conversations they are exposed to. READ MORE HERE.