Call for papers : Special Issue EP journal: Human Rights and Psychology

Call for papers : Special Issue EP journal: Human Rights and Psychology

12 Dec 2017

The special issue of the European Psychologist Journal 'Human Rights and Psychology' aims to outline contemporary thinking on the relationship between human rights and psychology, both in terms of academic and research fields and also in the areas of psychological practice and civil society activism.

EFPA's Board Human Rights and Psychology hopes to present a special issue that challenges and inspires individual psychologists, work places, universities,and psychologists’ associations to develop a human-rights-based and -oriented practice and policy.

Call for papers : Special Issue EP journal: Human Rights and Psychology

More ; http://econtent.hogrefe.com/doi/full/10.1027/1016-9040/a000305

We are interested in theoretical or review papers that explore, discuss, and concretize the above aim and ambition, in particular papers that contribute to:

  1. Develop our understanding of how the human rights framework can inform psychology as a discipline and practice.
  2. Provide examples of how psychology, as an academic discipline, profession, and professional associations can contribute to the human rights agenda.
  3. Raise awareness of historical and ongoing human rights violations in the name of psychology and alsoof the positive initiatives psychologists have taken.
  4. Explore the relationship between ethics and human rights in psychology and to provide direction for future integration.
  5. Describe how human rights education and awareness can be integrated in the professional training of psychologists

Cross-cutting topics are: psychologists' social responsibility and social inclusion/exclusion.

ross-cutting topics

are: psychologists

social responsibility

and social inclusion/exclusion.

Deadlines and contact details:

Deadline for submission of full papers is April 30, 2018

Questions regarding the special issue should be directed to

the special issue editors:

Kerstin Söderström, kerstin.soderstrom@inn.no

Polli Hagenaars, polli.hagenaars@gmail.com

Tony Wainwright, t.w.wainwright@exeter.ac.uk

Ulrich Wagner, wagner

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@staff.uni-marburg.d

Questions regarding the special issue should be directed to the special issue editors:

Kerstin Söderström, kerstin.soderstrom(at)inn.no

Polli Hagenaars, polli.hagenaars(at)gmail.com

Tony Wainwright, t.w.wainwright(at)exeter.ac.uk

Ulrich Wagner, wagner1(at)staff.uni-marburg.de

ross-cutting topics

are: psychologists

social responsibility

and social inclusion/exclusion.

ross-cutting topics

are: psychologists

social responsibility

and social inclusion/exclusion.

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