Right before the official start of the conference, we invite you to take part in our pre-conference workshops on July 31st and August 1st. We will be offering a variety of half-day and full-day workshops and invite you to use this incredible opportunity to expand your knowledge and skills in cross-cultural research!
The workshops addressing the following issues:
- How can psychology support front-line workers in the reception and inclusion of Ukrainian refugees? What do we need to know about the trauma of displacements, the geopolitical and inter-ethnic characteristics specific to the Ukrainian-Russian-European relationships, about dealing with the cultural adaptations, social and economic inclusion of refugees in host societies.
- How can psychology contribute to sustainability challenges? What do we need to know about behavioural change, about normative influence and climate activism?
- Promoting intercultural competencies applied to different settings: education, migration and the refugee displacement and relocation, sustainability challenges
- Enhancing Professional and Research Skills: how to use R, how to design and conduct community needs assessments, how to write research-based and research-dissemination policy briefs, how to engage with open science.
- 3-hours-workshop: 100€ regular, 60€ for students
- 6-hours-workshop: 150€ regular, 120€ for students
Workshop schedule and links to registration
SEE BOOKLET BELOW FOR WORKSHOP SCHEDULE AND LINKS FOR REGISTRATION!
Currently, the following workshops are confirmed:
|1||Student Solidarity as Praxis||Facilitators: Tony Nelson and Kaylee Henderson|
|2||A Practical Guide to Cross-Cultural Comparisons and Measurement Invariance Using R||Facilitators: Dr. Pablo de Tezanos Pinto and Dr. Johannes Karl.|
|3||“Ukraine: who, where and why?” Cultural sensitivity in working with Ukrainian refugees.||Facilitators: Prof. dr hab. Halina Grzymała-Moszczyńska, Dr. Anca Minescu, and Liliyana Mbeve.|
|4||“The Cost Of Caring – Caring for the carers” – The consequences of supporting and caring and how to take care of ourselves.||Facilitators: Manoela Lucena and Leticia Scheidt.|
|5||The importance of intercultural competence when fighting for social justice on the media.||Facilitators: Beatriz Gomez Moreno and Mamobo Ogoro.|
|6||A Social Identity Model of Trauma and Resilience||Facilitators: Professor Orla Muldoon, Dr. Aisling O Donnell, and Sarah Jay|
|7||Developing Intercultural Competence: Strategies for University Students, Educators, and Administrators||Facilitators: Anastasiia Zubareva, Aika Balkhashbayeva, and Diana Lizarazo|
|8||Social Psychology of Climate Conflicts: How to Mediate and Resolve Climate Conflicts in Different Cultural Contexts?||Facilitators: Dr. Gulnaz Anjum and Nora Cornelia Glerud Benningstad|
|9||All that we share: The Tell your own story (TYOS) project working to improve diversity in the media||Facilitators: Maria Rieder, Gail Flanagan, Anita Barmettler, Robyn Cunneen, Hadjer Bensadek|
|Facilitator: Susana Núñez Rodriguez|
|11||Mapping attitudes as networks||Facilitators: Mike Quayle and Elaine Smith|
|12||The influence of Geo-Politics on cross-cultural|
psychological research – examples from Eastern Europe
|Facilitators: Prof. Nino Javakhishvili, Dr. Anca Minescu|