International Society of Political Psychology


25th Annual Conference of the German Peace Psychology Association - Call for Papers

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The 25th Annual Conference of the German Peace Psychology Association on “Perpetrators and victims of collective violence” will be held at the University of Konstanz (Germany), June 1-3, 2012.

Violence is to be understood as direct (personal) violence as well as structural and cultural violence. Accordingly, the topics to be dealt with at the conference will cover a wide range that reaches from Psychological Trauma, Reintegration of Combatants and Democratization of Post-War Societies, the Holocaust and the Middle East Conflict, Human Rights, Hostility among Groups, Anti-Semitism, Racism and Prejudice to the Culture of Remembrance, Forgiveness and Peace Education as well as Journalism & the Media during War and Peace.

Please submit your contributions, including a summary of approximately 200 words, as soon as possible at the E-mail address . Further and up-to date information on the conference is available on the conference website.

Program Committee:
Prof. Dr. Klaus Boehnke (Bremen)
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Frindte (Jena)
Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Kempf (Konstanz)
Prof. em. Dr. Gert Sommer (Marburg)

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