17th Symposium on the Contributions of Psychology to Peace Peace Psychology and Global Challenges in 2022 17-19 November 2022, Online
The theme of the International Network for Peace Psychology's 17th biennial symposium is "Peace Psychology and Global Challenges in 2022." The event will be held online over three days from 17-19 November (18-20 November for those in Australia/New Zealand). The symposium aims to bring together scholars, practitioners, and activists committed to promoting peace and social justice through their research and practice to discuss the pressing issues facing our world today. Invited speakers include Prof. Winnifred Louis, Prof. Wilson López, Prof. Emeritus Dan Christie and Prof. Elizabeth Lira.
The symposium is organised around six themes:
Young people and peace
Climate change and peace
Psychosocial wellbeing and peace
Culture, religion and peacebuilding
Social movements and political and social transformation
War, conflict and peacebuilding.
Registration is now open The online symposium is open to anyone who wishes to attend. To register, please purchase a ticket on the event's page on Eventbrite (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/peace-psychology-and-global-challenges-in-2022-tickets-403876634887)
Registration fees are set according to income as indicated below. Tickets can be refunded up to one day before the event. All proceeds will go towards organising the 2023 INPP symposium in Hungary, including travel funding for speakers from low-income countries to present at the event.
Registration closes on 14 November 2022.
Annual income in USD Registration fee in USD < $15,000 Free $15,001 - $25,000 $10 $25,001 - $50,000 $25 > $50,000 $45
Call for Abstracts Abstract submissions have now closed and the final program will be published on this page in the second week of October 2022.