International Conference of Community Psychology
International Conference of Community Psychology
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The 8th Biennial International Conference of Community Psychology is a large conference that brings together well renowned experts in the field of Community Psychology. ICCP 2020 will focus on celebrating and interrogating 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.
Moondani Balluk is a culturally safe and supportive place for Aboriginal students and staff at Victoria University. Moondani Balluk means ‘embrace people’ in the Woiwurrung language of the Wurundjeri people.
Led by Karen Jackson, Director the the work of Moondani Balluk is informed and guided by the University-wide Aboriginal strategy, Bathlemun Yalingwa.
Moondani Balluk are a major sponsor of ICCP 2020.
ICCP is held once every two years, and locations are announced four years in advance. In 2020, the conference will be held online, although you can find out more about Victoria University and Melbourne below.
The following locations have been announced for ICCP 2022 & 2024.
Melbourne is a beautiful and diverse city, voted one of the most student-friendly cities in the world (QS Best Student Cities). It has also been ranked the world's most liveable city on seven occasions, currently holding the number two position globally (Economic Intelligence Unit).
There's plenty to enjoy: free music, beautiful parks, excellent dining, international sporting events - so take the time to explore our fantastic city.
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.
Will indigenous work and voices be a part of the conference?
Most definitely! One of our main partners in the conference is Moondani Balluk the indigenous academic unit at Victoria University. Moondani Balluk means ‘embrace people’ in the language of the Wurundjeri people who first lived in the western region of Melbourne. Moondani Balluk works across Aboriginal, non-governmental organisation and community spaces.
How do I access the OnAIR platform?
Login details and the access link to the ICCP virtual conference platform will be sent to the email address provided during registration. The link will be sent on Tuesday 10 November. Should you have any trouble locating the link or your login details, please email us at [email protected].
Is the conference only for academics?
No, definitely not. We are working hard to put together a program of themes, speakers, workshops and spaces that are both inclusive and transdisciplinary. We hope students, practitioners, educators, researchers, psychologists, academics and the general public will be involved.
Can I connect with another attendee?
Yes you can! The Meeting Hub on the platform is a terrific place to connect with other attendees one-on-one.
Where will the conference be held?
While the conference was originally intended to be hosted at Victoria University in Melbourne Australia, like many events we have had to make alternative arrangements.
The conference will now be hosted by Victoria University virtually through a dynamic online platform. We believe this is the safest approach for the well-being of our global audience and we are excited that a virtual event makes it possible to broaden the learning opportunities and engagement with the industry at this time.
Will I be able to move from session to session?
Yes, you will be able to move from session to session similar to as you would during the in-person conference.
Will there be support available at the conference?
Live support is accessible via the virtual platform for any questions you have on the day.
What is included with my registration?
The conference registration includes more than 70 hours of presentations within the conference schedule/program and a further 14 hours of pre-record open oral presentations.
All registration fees can be found on the Register tab at the top of the page.
Networking is a cornerstone of our biennial event and attendees will be able to partake in interactive and engaging experiences through a new dynamic virtual conference platform — OnAIR .
The virtual system we will use also has interactive exhibition features and includes opportunities for sponsorship exposure, all while attendees connect from the comfort and safety of their home or office.
Can I share my login with another person?
No, each registered attendee will receive a link to the virtual conference platform that is unique to their registration, and cannot be opened on multiple devices at the same time.
What do I do if I need to cancel my registration?
If you have completed your registration and are not able to attend the event a substitute delegate is welcome at no extra charge.
Registration cancellations will not be accepted unless made in writing to [email protected] Cancellations made no more than fourteen (14) days prior to the conference or event date will be fully refunded. No registration refunds will be made after this time.
What if I have technical difficulties?
Live support is accessible via the virtual platform to assist where possible.
Can I attend just one session?
Session only registrations are not available for ICCP2020.
The conference registration includes more than 70 hours of presentations within the conference agenda/program and a further 14 hours of pre-record open oral presentations. All registration fees can be found on the Register tab at the top of the page.
We would like to thank our sponsors:
We would like to thank the various organising individuals, committees and groups:
We would like to thank people who wrote initial letters of support for the conference: