The conference social event will be on the 23rd evening
21 September 19.00- 21.00
Welcome Italian Sea Aperitiv
Venue Centro Congressi -3rd floor; Via Partenope 36; No reservation is needed
22 September San Carlo theater – Plebiscito Square 18.00
Recital OLGA PERETYATKO (Soprano) / ELENA BASHKIROVA(Piano)
Congress delegates seats
orchestra stall at the price of 40 euros ; stage seats from the 3rd row at the
price of 15 euros limited number of seats(Fist come,first served)
23 September 2022 19.00 – 23.00
Creative improvisation and social dinner
Venue San Carlo Vigliena (bus service is organized)
Quality of life: environment, sea, earth and wellbeing
The San Carlo Urban creativity factor of Vigliena, and Community psychology lab of the University Federico II are sharing commune visions and goals promoting social inclusion and urban re-generation. Therefore, the 9th ICCP in collaboration with Aurora EU Project, Coffee Brecht Theater and PSY-COM will held in Vigliena an improvisational theater experience aimed at improve among participants and spectators’ awareness about earth needs and potential strategies to intervene. Improvisational theatre (Improv) is an art in which an ensemble of actors creates improptu stories, possibly with a music created in the moment, starting from suggestions given by the audience. In this panorama, the paradigmatic Improv format we proposed is a longform Improv show performed by 6-8 actors, with an improviser musician. Starting from a single input word given by the audience, different scenes can develop through patterns and suggestions linked by free association. Coffee-Brecht Company: Mauro Bellini,Marco Biondi, Martina Di Leva, Massimo Magaldi, Diego Purpo,Maria Siciliano
Reservation for San Carlo Events of the 22 and 23 September is needed
Please fill this form and make your reservation
24th September 2022 9.00 -11.00 San Vincenzo Pier Heritage walk
For reservation https://it.surveymonkey.com/r/RegistrationVisitSanVincenzoPier (reservations open at the 10th of September) First come, first served
Heritage walks, promoted by Council of Europe and the European Commission, are thematic routes through which inhabitants rediscover places, traditions, monuments as part of the cultural heritage of their community, not only because of the artistic and architectural value of the sites and their historical significance, but also for their importance in the conduct of daily life and activities. During the walk, participants have the opportunity to meet people who live in or have a relationship with the area visited, the so-called “witnesses”. This walk on Molo San Vincenzo wants to rediscover a neglected part of the city, its history, its evolution. Today the Pier is still outside the life of the city, but thanks to the intervention of Research Bodies, Federico II University, associations and stakeholders of the maritime cluster, it is now close to a reuse aimed at the well-being of citizens and the entire city, promoted and implemented by the synergy of the Municipality of Naples, the Navy and the Port Authority. The initiative is the result of the collaboration of Community Psychology Lab Federico II, CNR IRISS, Propeller Club Port of Naples, aniai Campania and Friends of Molo San Vincenzo. The itinerary will unfold along the Pier visiting the sites that have characterized its history and the projects that are under discussion for the city. The Major of Naples is invited.
26th of September 2022 (for those still in Naples)
University Federico II- EU Aurora project in collaboration with 9 ICCP NAPLES invite to the SCAMPIA BIO-BEAUTY workshop. It will be a unique experience of co-creation and service learning in teaching innovation
The Biobeauty, is a laboratory of Idea born with a collaboration between the Federico II degree course in Biology of Naples, the North Area Theater of Piscinola, and a local association, the ODV Noi & Piscinola. Students have been involved in the Implementation of a Biodiversity project called “the Butterfly Corridor” carried out in the TAN gardens by the Legambiente “La GRU” Circle. This corridor goes beyond the gardens and crosses the neighborhoods through a “corridor ” of flower beds, public gardens, green areas of schools, private parks and balconies of private citizens, in which arboreal essences particularly greedy for butterflies, bees and other insects have been planted. Participation is free. Organization EU
Project Aurora -Department of Biology.
We will have:
Aula Magna with translation SPA-ITA-EN, registration, online and presence.
Aula Engagement and Empowerment with online and presence
Aula Trust, Conviviality, Fairness, Resilience only in presence
Aula Space only virtual
Posters in Aula Trust 2
Our program i set by default on Rome timing, but there is a function that allows each participant to have all events described in his/her own timezone!
Work In Progress
The 9ICCP conference committee is organizing a sustainable time zones program setting workshops in Naples, keynotes in streaming, audio-visual oral and audio-visual presentations in the best form to increase participation all around the world.
INTERNATIONAL OPENING AND CLOSING
The Community Psychology in the World
the opening will be on the 21 September from 5.pm to 7 pm Rome time
the closing will be on the 24th from 4.15 pm- to 5.30 pm Rome time in presence and blended!
The conference social event will be on the 23th evening
PLANETARY ROUNDTABLE ON COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY
21-24 SEPTEMBER 2022;
Coordinator: Donata Francescato
You can participate in a planetary roundtable’s lively discussions about the diverse theoretical viewpoints and methods of interventions that CP have developed in different parts of the world, mainstream, critical, liberation, feministe, indigenous, that witness how diversity is really priced in community psychology.
We will explore how to improve intergenerational cooperation of young, middle and older CP and foster the creation of planetary networks and support groups.
Participants diverse in age and experience living in different areas of our planet will try to answer crucial questions on how CP is developing and what future they invision, desire or fera.
RT FIRST SESSION: 21 Sept 10:00pm to 11:30pm, Rome time.
Participants from Oceania, South Africa and Europe.
Jacqui Akhurst, Christopher Sonn, David Frye, Maria Ferdandes Juses, Carolyn Kagan, Jose Ornelas, Wolgang Stark
RT SECOND SESSION: 22nd Sept 4:15pm – 600pm, Rome Time.
Participants from North America and Latin America
Julian Rappaport, Christopher Keys, Anne Brodsky, Yvette Flores, Alma Ximena Zambrano, James Ferreira jr., Gabriel Soto Cortes.
RT THIRD SESSION: 24th Sept: 12:00 – 1:30pm, Rome Time. Conclusions: Donata Francescato, Caterina Arcidiacono
Participants from Asia: Kangl Wong, Toshi Sasao, Dicky Pelupessy and some participants of the first two sessions, who will be present in Naples on September 24th 2022 and have read the online records of the first two planetary sessions.
All session will b also avliable online.
PUBLISHING IN COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY
JCASP, JCP, AJCP, JCGP , JPIC, Rivista di Psicologia di Comunità at stake.
In presence the 21st – 22nd Sept. 2022;
FOR THE COMPLETE SCHEDULING OF THE WORKSHOPS AND FOR SUBSCRIPTION CLICK HERE
If we talk about psychologists and peace there are some different options:
1) The need to create empathy and deconstruct the enemy and the war rhetoric (Gert Sommer);
2) The need to recreate life and trust in post conflict using also creativity, storytelling and dialogue opportunity among people;
3) Dealing with war effects in the population and acting as emergency intervention. There are in fact a lot of supporting action for Ukraine population.
In Italy there are also scholars (Zamperini) discussing ethic values, more focus in a political perspective (Mazzara) or studying peace representations (Sarrica), but which intervention is to prioritize.
Our main question as CP concerns how to deal with Russian Ukraine war.
In Africa there are some experiences from women in peace movements and associations that seems very interesting, but what about Russia / Ukraine war? There are already some Ideas? Which are the best ways to promote peace?
Miguel Benasayag, philosopher, psychoanalyst, epistemology researcher. He was born in Argentina, where he studied medicine and militated in the Guevarist guerrilla warfare. Arrested three times, he was imprisoned and tortured for a long time. He then moved to France, where he began his clinical and research
activity. Politically and socially active, with a libertarian orientation, he lives in Paris, where for years he has dealt with problems of childhood and adolescence.
His research in psychoanalysis lies at the interface between epistemology and biology. He is author of several volumes (in it. Le passioni tristi; la tirannia dell’algoritmo)
At the conference he will present a keynote on “Complexity, environmental needs and effects
of technology in the present world”
Community Psychology addressing climate change
Amanda Clinton’s experience addressing the role of psychological science and the environment includes policy leadership, notably coordinating advocacy efforts at COP26 in 2021 on behalf of the Global Psychology Alliance (GPA) and convening a series of global summits on psychology and climate change, one in Lisbon in 2019 and another in Bogotá in 2022. Dr. Clinton’s research includes studying organizational efforts to engage psychologists in addressing the climate crisis and global contributions by psychology to respond to the current environmental crisis.
Amanda Clinton, M.Ed., Ph.D., is the Senior Director for the Office of International Affairs at the American Psychological Association (APA). Prior to joining the APA, Dr. Clinton served as Professor of Psychology at the University of Puerto Rico where she specialized in cultural adaptation, early childhood, social-emotional development, and the neuropsychology of bilingualism. Dr. Clinton is a licensed psychologist and a credentialed school psychologist with experience in community clinics, pediatric hospitals, public schools, academic settings, and public policy. Dr. Clinton’s scholarly work includes “Climate Action and Global Psychology” and “Integrated Assessment of the Bilingual Child,” as well as numerous peer-reviewed papers and chapters. She is also Co-Editors of the upcoming second edition of the “Handbook of International Psychology.” Dr. Clinton completed an APA/AAAS Congressional Fellowship in the office of Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) where she helped write the Mental Health Reform Act of 2016 (passed as 21st Century Cures). Dr. Clinton has won several prestigious awards, including a Fulbright Scholarship and APA Division 9 Educator/Mentor of the Year. Dr. Clinton earned her master’s degree at the University of Washington, her doctoral degree at the University of Georgia and a post-doctoral title in Trauma and Humanitarian Response from the State University of New York.
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