Adaptions and Uses of STAR by Level II Participants

  • Resilience, an ESL curriculum based on Village STAR (currently in piloting stage), by Mike Medley, PhD
  • Family STAR, a contextualized adaption of Village STAR designed for women experiencing domestic violence, by an international participant (anonymous)
  • STAR model for native/aboriginal cultures; adapted graphics by Jennifer Saner-Harvey and Kerry Saner-Harvey, Happy Valley Goose Bay, Labrador, Canada
  • Integrating STAR with peace teachings from the Quran—Hisham Kullab, Khan Yunis, Gaza
  • Integrating STAR with the story of Job for Hispanic Christians in New York City, Chile, Colombia, and Mexico—Hugo Monroy
  • Translating materials and leading workshops in Sarajevo, Bosnia—Amela Puljek-Shank
  • Youth STAR, a curriculum brainstormed by STAR II participants (Vesna Hart, Croatia/USA; Marian Subah, Liberia/USA; Helna Stuart, Northern Ireland; and Jane Curtis, USA); and written by Vesna Hart, Hedley Abernathy (Northern Ireland) and Anne Nyambura (Kenya)
  • The Journey Home from War, a training for communities with returning veterans created by Beverly Prestwood-Taylor, PhD
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