Amman, Jordan ~ October 24-26, 2019
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
An Interdisciplinary, Cross-cultural Conference focused on dynamics and implications of communal and transgenerational trauma, and developing practical approaches to effectively prevent and treat trauma at both the individual and communal level.
Conference Details and Presenter Proposal Forms at:
- Published by Steve Olweean
- October 24, 2019 12:00 am
- Tags: Peacebuilding, jordan, training, war, refugees, Conflict Resolution, Violence, Trauma, Peace, Global Health, research, disaster relief, Dance Movement Therapy, Empowerment, Mental Health, Psychsocial, cross-cultural
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World BEYOND War invites you to #NoWar2019: Pathways to Peace, our 4th annual global conference, to be held in Limerick, Ireland on October 5-6, with a rally on the 6th at Shannon Airport opposing its use by U.S. troops in violation of Irish neutrality. We’ll be marking the completion of the 18th year of the endless war on Afghanistan, as well as the 150th birthday of Mohandas Gandhi. The conference...
- Published by World BEYOND War
- October 5, 2019 9:00 am
- Tags: workshop, music, war, refugees, Peace Education, nonviolence, Human Rights, activism, art, Protest, Youth activism
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A chance for anybody working in the fields of peacebuilding, conflict transformation, or with vulnerable populations such as refugees and asylum seekers to share experience and knowledge relating to mental health, psychology and trauma.
The fields of Psychology and Peacebuilding have much to offer each other, and yet it seems that only the occasional conference and a few organisations are focusing...
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This is the second in a collaborative public discussion hosted by HasNa, Inc. and Meta-Culture around the theme of democracy and responsible citizenship. This event is for anyone interested in gaining an insight into the economic, cultural, and humanitarian perspectives on immigration in the US as well as globally. In particular, we are focused on how insiders, outsiders, and borders are defined and...