[PolPsy-DEU] [Extern] British Psychological Society political psychology section annual general meeting 5 April 2022
Gavin B. Sullivan
gavin.sullivan at ipu-berlin.de
Mo Mär 21 10:47:58 CET 2022
Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen/Dear colleagues,
The following one day conference organised by the British Psychological Society political psychology section might be of interest to some of you. The section also has an annual conference and other events.For this, I believe there will be the possibility of taking part via Zoom.
The New Dynamics of Democracy
Political Psychology Section Annual General Meeting
54 St James’ Street, Liverpool
5th April 2022
Welcome to this one-day Political Psychology Section conference, which invites all Section members – practitioners, academics and students – as well as those interested in joining the Section to meet, discuss and hear from renowned speakers in the field on the crisis facing democracy. Professors Molly Andrews and Corinne Squire will consider the importance of collective action in these turbulent times.
Attendance can be face-to-face or virtually (in order to facilitate inclusion of those unable to travel), with the in-person event hosted in Liverpool.
We hope you'll be able to join in and look forward to hearing from you.
* 10.30- 11.30 Collective Action and Climate Change – Sara Vestergren, Lianna Roast & Kesi Mahendran (inc student talks)
* 11.30-12.30 Section AGM & Future Planning; parallel Networking & Poster Session.
* 12.30-1.30 Lunch & Poster Session (continued)
* 1.30 - 2.30 Premier: Film - The Persuasive Power of Political Narratives
Followed by talks by Molly Andrews & Corinne Squire (ANRP)
* 2.30-2.45 short break
* 2.45-3.45 Ukraine and Democratic Leadership Steve Flatt & Peter Bull - plus questions/discussion.
* 3.45 – 4.25 – Three Highlights of the Day – three speakers.
* 4.25-4.30 close
£30 - Non-members
£25 – Members (working)
£15 – Members (discounts for students, retired members)
£15 – Members (online via Zoom)
Charges have been kept to a minimum to cover the costs of the conference.
The event will take place at 54 St James Street, Liverpool (L1 0AB), which is the office location for The Working Conversations Group. Paid-for and some on-street parking is located nearby and the location is a ten-minute taxi ride from Liverpool Lime Street train station.
The Section is particularly grateful to Director of the service Steve Flatt for donating the use of TWCG auditorium and facilities. These are located on the fourth floor and are accessible via lift and wheelchair-friendly design. Morning and afternoon refreshments (tea, coffee, etc) will be available to delegates as part of the attendance package.
A ground floor vegan café, as well as nearby eateries, are readily accessible for grabbing lunch (which is not included in the delegate price)
For delegates wishing to stay over in Liverpool, the nearby Hampton by Hilton hotel offers city centre accommodation that has been well-reviewed:
Dr. Gavin Brent Sullivan BSc(Hons:1), BA, PhD, GCHE, C. Psychol.,
Professor of Social Psychology,
International Psychoanalytic University Berlin
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