[PolPsy-DEU] WG: REMINDER: ISPP Presidential Scholarship for the Political Psychology of Criminal Justice
van der Noll, Jolanda
jolanda.vandernoll at fernuni-hagen.de
Mo Okt 26 16:50:12 CET 2020
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Von: Felicia Pratto, Nicholas Valentino, and Tereza Capelos <info at ispp.org>
Gesendet: Montag, 26. Oktober 2020 15:40
An: van der Noll, Jolanda <jolanda.vandernoll at fernuni-hagen.de>
Betreff: REMINDER: ISPP Presidential Scholarship for the Political Psychology of Criminal Justice
DEADLINE APPROACHING: ISPP Presidential Scholarship for the Political Psychology of Criminal Justice
As we have stated previously, the International Society of Political Psychology acknowledges the persistence of racism in all its forms, and condemns the injustices associated with it in the strongest terms. As an organization, we stand with all those who struggle against it. We support those who protest police brutality against Black people and other minorities in America, while recognizing racism is not only a problem there. As part of its core mission, ISPP strives not only to scientifically understand racism and other forms of intergroup oppression at the individual and interpersonal level, but also at the institutional and systemic level.
As one part of our effort to move forward, we will continue the ongoing discussion of structural racism and its role in our institutions, including policing, prisons, and the courts. ISPP’s past President, Nick Valentino, reserved the majority of his discretionary fund to enable the Society to award a scholarship in the coming year to a scholar working on questions related to role of racism in criminal justice institutions. We therefore welcome any ISPP members working in this area to submit a 2-page application discussing their work and their plans for utilizing the $2,000 scholarship. The awardee will be recognized at the 2021 ISPP Annual Meeting in Montreal (safety permitting). The ISPP Presidential Scholarship for the Political Psychology of Criminal Justice is an opportunity for us all to think about the role of racism and racial inequality in society as a whole, and in our institutions of criminal justice in particular.
The $2,000 Scholarship is open to all ISPP members, and can be used to fund the ongoing research program of the awardee. Please send 2-page description of your work, plus a CV, to Info at ISPP.org<mailto:Info at ISPP.org> by October 31, 2020 for full consideration.
Felicia Pratto (President), Nicholas Valentino (Past President), Tereza Capelos (President-elect)
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