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| 11/26/2008 12:00:00 AM

Hebrew University program helps ex-Colombian rebels return to real life

Nov 25 -- Nestled in the jungles and highlands of northwestern South America, thousands of Colombia's rebel fighters, once embroiled in the continent's longest-running armed conflict, are laying down their weapons and attempting a return to normal life.

But years of combat and primitive jungle living have prevented these ex-guerrilla fighters from studying or living in any sort of a normal framework, leaving them in lack of the basic skills needed to reintegrate into society.

In 2006 however, help arrived from an unexpected source. The Kishurim, or "Talents" group, headed by Prof. Baruch Schwartz and Reuma De-Groot, from Jerusalem's Hebrew University School of Education, developed a unique educational technique that was adopted in Colombia specifically to help these one-time combatants turn over a new leaf.
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