International Conference of Community Psychology

International Conference of Community Psychology

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Wednesday 11th - Friday 13th November 2020

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY

8th biennial

Fostering and Sustaining Solidarities

ICCP 2020 seeks to celebrate and interrogate the ways solidarities are fostered and sustained within community contexts, across borders and boundaries, digital and non-digital spaces, and through process of knowledge production. The conference seeks to give a critical platform to the ideas and work emerging from coalitions with practitioners, artists, educators, activists, and diverse communities. We are interested in exploring and showcasing scholarship, activism, practice, and critical scholarly engagement, from around the world that seeks to bring about sustainability, inclusivity, and wellbeing for all. 

WELCOME

Attendees will participate in the conference online utilising a dynamic virtual conference platform, OnAIR. The platform will provide access to the online event agenda, linking participants to the live and pre-recorded sessions, workshops, networking, exhibitors, ePosters, and more. 

Dynamic virtual conference platform

A THREE DAY PROGRAM

Virtually network and meet with colleagues from around the world

Extensive catalogue of open oral presentations on-demand

Morning and afternoon segments to accommodate varied time zones

On-demand access available post-conference

More than 70 hours of scheduled content over three days

York University, Canada

INVITED SPEAKERS

Victoria University, Australia

City University of New York, USA

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT VICTORIA UNIVERSITY

Victoria University is a world-class dual sector University located in Melbourne, Australia. 

Victoria University has a moral purpose to transform the lives of any student from any background and to transform our communities, in partnership with our students and communities.

Victoria University acknowledges, recognises and respects the Ancestors, Elders and families of the Boonwurrung, Waddawurrung and Wurundjeri of the Kulin who are the traditional owners of University land in Victoria, and the Gadigal and Guring-gai of the Eora Nation who are the traditional owners of University land in Sydney.


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The organisers of ICCP 2020 express our thanks to all those who helped achieve the conference.