Us and Them: Psychosocial Reactions to Migrants and Refugees


Us and Them: Psychosocial Reactions to Migrants and Refugees ( English title )


Symposium during European Congress of Psychology Amsterdam Fostering Innovative Research on Migrations - Mathieu Denis, International Social Science Council (ISSC), Montreal, Canada The psychological impact of a new world order on migrant families: what do we know and how can psychological science advance wellbeing? Abigail Gerwitz, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA; International Journal of Psychology, Minneapolis, USA Freedom of Identity - Polli Hagenaars, EFPA Board Human Rights and Psychology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Responses to mass influx and questioning obligations and services - Nora Sveaass, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway; UN Subcommittee for the Prevention of Torture, Oslo, Norway

Keywords: migration, Refugees, fundamental rights, mental health, psychosocial support
Language: English


Start date: 13-07-2017 11:15
End date: 13-07-2017 12:45


Country: Netherlands
City: Amsterdam
Address: RAI Amsterdam - Europaplein 2 - 1078 GZ Amsterdam - The Netherlands


Organiser: EFPA - European Congress of Psychology
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Registration required: No