Conference Agenda

Overview and details of the sessions of this conference. Please select a date or location to show only sessions at that day or location. Please select a single session for detailed view (with abstracts and downloads if available).

Please note that all times are shown in the time zone of the conference. The current conference time is: 10th Dec 2022, 09:53:22am CET

 
 
Session Overview
Date: Wednesday, 21/Sept/2022
8:30am
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1:30pm
Workshop ID 380: What can community psychologists do to promote just transformations in the face of climate change?
Location: Aula Magna (hybrid)
Chair: DONATA FRANCESCATO
Chair: Maria Fernandes-Jesus
Chair: Dora Honorio Rebelo

Invited Guest: William Mebane

Workshop ID 357: An Equity Perspective on Community-Engaged Research with Black and Brown Families in the U.S.
Location: Resilience Room (in presence)
Chair: Emilie Phillips Smith

Emilie Phillips Smith

Workshop ID 105: Bridging community psychologies, transnational decolonial discourses and critical liberatory praxes
Location: Empowerment Room (hybrid)
Chair: Jesica S. Fernandez

Jesica Siham Fernández, Christopher C. Sonn, James Ferreira Moura Jr., Monica E. Madyaningrum

Workshop ID 137 1: Community resilience in times of global crises: Choreographing the Pre-Conference Workshop for 9ICCPNapoli2022 (11:00am-4:30pm)
Location: Aula Fairness (in presence)
Chair: Wolfgang Stark

Community Facilitators: Wolfgang Stark (Germany) and Caterina Arcidiacono (Italy)
Sensing Discussants: Ariane Hagl (Germany) (not present) and Marco Biondi (Italy) – Artistic View
Brad Olson (USA) and Nicholas Carr (Norway) - Social Science View
Leslie Hatch Gail and Modena Stinnette (USA), Monika Bobzien (Germany)
– Experiential (Community) View

2:45pm
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5:00pm
Workshop ID 151: Decoloniality, liberation & relational healing: a ciranda activity of human rights
Location: Empowerment Room (hybrid)
Chair: James Ferreira Moura

James Ferreira Moura, Jesica Siham Fernández, Maria Gabriela Tavára Vasquez, Ronelle Carolissen

Workshop ID 137 2: Community resilience in times of global crises: Choreographing the Pre-Conference Workshop for 9ICCPNapoli2022 (11:00am-4:30pm)
Location: Aula Fairness (in presence)
Chair: Wolfgang Stark

Community Facilitators: Wolfgang Stark (Germany) and Caterina Arcidiacono (Italy)
Sensing Discussants: Ariane Hagl (Germany) (not present) and Marco Biondi (Italy) – Artistic View
Brad Olson (USA) and Nicholas Carr (Norway) - Social Science View
Leslie Hatch Gail and Modena Stinnette (USA), Monika Bobzien (Germany)
– Experiential (Community) View

 

Workshop ID 243: Interactive urban furniture for sparking smiles between strangers
Location: Trust 1 Room (in presence)
Chair: Fortuna Procentese

Robb Mitchell, Flora Gatti, Fortuna Procentese, Pelin Gunay

Workshop ID 209: Structured Peer Group Supervision for community working
Location: Conviviality Room (in presence)
Chair: Anna Zoli

Akhurst, Jacqueline

5:00pm
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7:00pm
Opening Session
Location: Aula Magna (hybrid)
Welcoming greetings Matteo Lorito Rector University Federico II Andrea Mazzucchi Director Department of Humanities University Federico II


Community Psychology in the world Video
Opening remarks Christopher Sonn Chair of the 8th ICCP in Melbourne Christopher Steinebach President EFPA David Lazzari President CNOP Santo Di Nuovo President AIP Gabriella Ferrari Bravo President PSY-COM Fortuna Procentese President SIPCO
Opening speech Caterina Arcidiacono Conference President
N.B. English, Italian and Spanish translations will be available; English registration of the session will be provided.

7:00pm
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10:00pm
Italian Welcome Aperitif
Location: 3rd Floor Room - Buffet/coffee break
10:00pm
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11:30pm
Roundtable 10.1: Planetary Roundtable, Virtual Session
Location: Space Room (virtual)
Chair: DONATA FRANCESCATO

Virtual session provided with registrations and translations.

Participants from Oceania, South Africa and Europe: Jacqui Akhurst, Christopher Sonn, David Fryer, Maria Fernandes Jesus, Carolyn Kagan, Jose Ornelas, Wolfgang Stark, Christopher Keys

Date: Thursday, 22/Sept/2022
8:30am
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10:00am
Symposium - 01 ID 285: Psychology and community resilience
Location: Aula Magna (hybrid)
Chair: Caterina Arcidiacono

1. From Individual to Urban Resilience: Contributions of European Psychology in Times of Rapid Change - Christoph Steinebach

2. The resilience paths - David Lazzari

3. Collaborative Urban Regeneration for Resilient Cities - Massimo Clemente

4. Pro-be project: Universities for communities resilience - Pierpaolo Limone, Immacolata di Napoli, Giusi Toto, Caterina Arcidiacono

5. ¿Resiliencia, resistencia o dignificación de la vida? Una mirada de los procesos comunitarios desde un rincón del mundo" [Resilience, resistance or dignity of life? Views at community processes from a corner of the world] - Alicia Rodriguez

Symposium - 31 ID 204: Colaborando en procesos de fortalecimiento comunitario desde la Investigación participativa
Location: Conviviality Room (in presence)
Chair: Alba Ximena Zambrano Constanzo
1. Investigación participativa y procesos de fortalecimiento comunitario: Comparando barrios de Chile y Brasil - Alba Zambrano
2. Liderazgos femeninos y cuidados comunitarios - Vaite Trujillo
3. Salud mental comunitaria, aportes desde la investigación acción - Carolina Rivarossa, Nicolas Montecino
Discussant: Patrizia Meringolo
 
8:30am
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11:45am
Workshop ID 119: Tejiendo rebozos de muchos saberes y haceres (weaving shawls of many knowledges and praxes): Toward pluriversal community psychologies outside the capitalist hydra (9:30am-11:45am)
Location: Resilience Room (in presence)
Chair: Jesica S. Fernandez

Jesica Siham Fernandez, Nuria Ciofalo, Melitón Bautista, Wendy Juarez

Workshop ID 312: Dismantling whiteness in the community: Designing and delivering community partnerships to tackle mental health (9:30am-11:45am)
Location: Empowerment Room (hybrid)
Chair: Hannah Ward
Chair: Nina Browne
Chair: Jay Perkins
Chair: Hannah Rose Warner Alghali

Partisan CIC Team

Workshop ID 282: Community resilience building: engage communities and suggest policies
Location: Aula Fairness (in presence)
Chair: Moira Chiodini

Moira Chiodini, Elisa Guidi, Andrew Camilleri, Laura Migliorini

Workshop ID 236: Community psychology and migrant justice
Location: Room Engagement (hybrid)
Chair: Bradley David Olson

Brad Olson, Moshood Olanrewaju, Francesca Esposito, Dora Rebelo

Workshop ID 281: The contribution of service learning to the theory and practice of community psychology
Location: Trust 1 Room (in presence)
Chair: Cinzia Albanesi

Cinzia Albanesi, Christian Compare, Bruna Zani, Patrizia Meringolo, Maria João Vargas Moniz, Cristina Cecchini, Andrea Guazzini

   
10:15am
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11:45am
Symposium - 09 ID 235: Participatory processes promoting social inclusion: the Citizen Science approach of the EU-project YouCount
Location: Aula Magna (hybrid)
Chair: Fortuna Procentese

1. Motivation to Volunteer for Citizen Science Projects - Egle Butkeviciene, Egle Vaidelyte
2. Building community with a Citizen Science approach: World Cafès, photovoice, and living labs as tools to foster social inclusion in the YouCount project - Fortuna Procentese, Flora Gatti
3. Remake Bodony, Appropriating Social Innovation in Rural Hungary - Márton Oblath
4. Digital tools in Young Citizen Social Science: lessons of co-creation & inclusion in the YouCount project - Ingar Brattbakk

Symposium - 22 ID 389: Gender-based violence against women: the male dimension between representations and interventions
Location: Conviviality Room (in presence)
Chair: Marcella Autiero

Introduction: Valeria Valente, Italian Senate Member

1. Sandro Bellassai and virilism: analysis of guidelines for interventions with perpetrators of violence against women - Mariangela Ventura, Marcella Autiero, Stefania Carnevale

2. Birth and development of Oltre La Violenza (OLV) project: the “ I quattro passi Oltre La Violenza” - Antonella Bozzaotra, Aurora Tirelli, Martina Missano, Federica Gerli, Angelo Capasso

3. Combatting Intimate Partner Violence: Representations of Social and Healthcare Personnel Working with Gender-Based Violence Interventions - Marcella Autiero, Stefania Carnevale, Immacolata di Napoli

4. Fighting Gender-Based Violence: Eu-Vidacs – Violent Dad in Child Shoes - Stefania Carnevale, Marcella Autiero, Giovanna Vasto, Alice Gargiulo, Antonella Bozzaotra

Posters Session: Posters about Community Psychology presented by their authors
Location: Trust 2 Room (in presence)
 
12:00pm
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1:30pm
Symposium - 32 ID 355: Facilitators and barriers to survivors’ need attainment via the civil legal system in the United States
Location: Aula Magna (hybrid)
Chair: Kayleigh Eva Zinter

1. Civil Legal System as a Potential Route to Achieve Safety and Healing for Survivors in the United States - Erin E. Hoffman

2. Systems-Level Issues Impacting Survivors’ Ability to Use the Civil Legal System - Megan R. Greeson

3. Accessibility as a Key Factor Impacting Survivors in Illinois - Kayleigh E. Zinter

Symposium - 03, ID 120: Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on individuals, families, and communities: Lessons from regional and cross-national research
Location: Resilience Room (in presence)
Chair: Christian M. Connell

1. Changes in COVID-19 related stress levels among parents in the Northeastern United States: A comparison or urban, suburban, and rural communities - Christian M. Connell, Michael J. Strambler

 2. Community-Level Influences on Pandemic Prevention Behaviors: A Call to Reexamine Psychological Health Behavior Models - Mona M. Amer, Germine H. Awad, Mari Armstrong,  Veronica Safwat Iskander, Chris Dickey

3. Community matters: Community, well-being, and the COVID-19 pandemic in Italy and the U.S. - Anne Brodsky, Marco Rizzo, Jenny Zhao, Angela Fedi, Alessia Rochira, Sara Buckingham, Terri Mannarini

4. Impact of Covid-19 Pandemic and Volunteers Commitment - Cristina Cecchini, Camillo Donati, Moira Chiodini, Patrizia Meringolo, Sandra Gallerini

Discussant: Wolfgang Stark

Symposium - 02, ID 113: Migration and community: the role of individual resources and collective dimensions
Location: Empowerment Room (hybrid)
Chair: Andrew Camilleri

1. Migration and Psychological Home in the literature: a scoping review - Vittoria Romoli, Paola Cardinali, Joseph R. Ferrari, Laura Migliorini

2. Establish a Psychological Home in a New Country: What helps migrant men? - Paola Cardinali, Joseph R. Ferrari, Vittoria Romoli, Andrew Camilleri, Laura Migliorini

3. Establishing a new Home: Navigating new contexts in Migration Experiences - Andrew P. Camilleri, Joseph R. Ferrari, Vittoria Romoli, Paola Cardinali, Laura Migliorini

4. Immigrant participation and the role of resilience: Resource of hindrance to collective action? - Serena Verbena, Flora Gatti, Fortuna Procentese, Terri Mannarini

Symposium - 04, ID 215: Ubiquitous social ecosystems: the contribution of social technologies to modern social experiences and interactions
Location: Aula Fairness (in presence)
Chair: Flora Gatti

1. The intertwining of real and virtual "life" in the time of Covid-19 - Andrea Guazzini, Maria Fiorenza, Gabriele Panerai, Mirko Duradoni

2. The role of the community-related uses of location-based social media in citizens’ local community experience - Flora Gatti, Fortuna Procentese

3. Exploring interaction patterns of public seating as a triangulation element encouraging social interaction - Pelin Gunay

4. Urban Icebreakers: Art, Design, Architecture, Fashion, and The Unclassifiable for Fostering Social Connection - Robb Mitchell

Discussant: Fortuna Procentese

Symposium - 05, ID 121: Community re-generation in violent times
Location: Room Engagement (hybrid)
Chair: Regina Day Langhout

1 - Supporting young scholar-activists during a pandemic: What’s every body to do? - Regina Day Langhout

2 - Vitality Project Donbas: Role of the body in social change - Katja Kolcio

3 - Of Ideas, Things, People, and Spirits: Toward a Black Feminist Rasanblaj - Gina Athena Ulysse

Discussant: Ronelle Carolissen

In presence session 1 English: Community Psychology Intervention
Location: Trust 1 Room (in presence)
Chair: paolo inghilleri
In presence session 1 Spanish: Acción colectiva y participación social.
Location: Conviviality Room (in presence)
Chair: Gabriel Soto
1:30pm
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2:30pm
SIPCO: Assemblea Soci Società Italiana di Psicologia di Comunità
Location: Room Engagement (hybrid)
2:00pm
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3:00pm
Virtual Session 1 Spanish: Género y políticas de genero
Location: Space Room (virtual)
2:30pm
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4:15pm
Keynote 1: Special session psychologists for Peace - Serdar M. Değirmencioğlu, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
Location: Aula Magna (hybrid)
Chair: Bradley David Olson

Video contribution: Gert Sommer – German peace psychologist

Participants: Natalka Trofimova and Susanna Ketsmur, Ukraine psychologists 

Discussant: Raffaella Chiodo – Journalist-peace observer

 

English-Spanish-Italian

3:00pm
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4:00pm
Virtual Session 2 Spanish: Participación y acción colectiva: comunicación y espacios públicos
Location: Space Room (virtual)
4:00pm
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5:00pm
Virtual Session 1 English: COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY PERSPECTIVE FOR GENDER ISSUE
Location: Space Room (virtual)
4:15pm
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5:45pm
Symposium - 07 ID 169: Multi-Agent Institutional, Political and Media Discourse on (Im)Migrants: Social Representations from the two sides of the Atlantic and of the Mediterranean
Location: Aula Magna (hybrid)
Chair: Annamaria Silvana de Rosa
Chair: Lilian Negura

1. Multi-voice and multi-agent institutional policies-driven discourses about (im)migration/(im)migrants: a multidimensional analysis comparing Canada and Italy from a transcontinental perspective - Annamaria Silvana de Rosa, Lilian Negura, Sarah Taieb, Martina Latini

2. Problem or resource: the immigrants in the political discourse in Canada and Italy - Lilian Negura, Annamaria Silvana de Rosa, Yannick Masse, Sara Proietti, Sarah Taieb

3. Migratory movements and discrimination in the press in Argentina - Susana Seidmann, Gustavo Rigueiral, Nahuel Pistolesi, Laura Chmielewski, Carolina Gallardo

4. (Im)migration in the political speeches of Brazilian presidents: Dilma, Michel Temer and Bolsonaro - Andréia Isabel Giacomozzi, Marieli Mezari Vitali

5. Voluntary economic migration in South Africa and Uganda: the social representations of othering - Karabo Sitto, Elisabeth Lubinga

Discussant: Terri Mannarini

In presence session 4 English: YOUTH IN EDUCATIONAL CONTEXTS
Location: Resilience Room (in presence)
Chair: PATRIZIA MERINGOLO
Roundtable 10.2: Planetary Roundtable
Location: Empowerment Room (hybrid)
Chair: DONATA FRANCESCATO

Participants from North America and Latin America: Julian Rappaport, Anne Brodsky, Yvette Flores, Alma Ximena Zambrano, James Ferreira jr., Gabriel Soto Cortes; Vaite Trujillo Burgos

Symposium - 08 ID 385: Online teen dating violence: prevention and intervention
Location: Aula Fairness (in presence)
Chair: Immacolata Di Napoli

1. CTRL+ALT+DEL theoretical and operational model for professionals and stakeholders - Immacolata Di Napoli, Florencia Gonzalez Leone, Barbara Agueli
2. Far from words, far from mind: the emotional exploration of violence through sound and music mediated group work with adolescents. - Oscar Pisanti, Valentina Manna
3. A social media communication campaign with adolescents as a tool for building on awareness - Francesco Esposito, Sergio Cotecchia, Giuseppe Ciociola

Discussant: Concetta Esposito

Symposium - 06, ID 127: Covid, peers and transformational education: community psychology promotes innovations in mental health
Location: Room Engagement (hybrid)
Chair: José Ornelas

1.Community Psychology contributions towards an Ecological, Collaborative Model for individual intervention in mental health: The lessons from the COVID 19 Pandemics - José Ornelas, Luís Sá-Fernandes

2. Centering Peers in Responding to Mental Health Crises: The Living Room Example - Christopher Keys, Martina Mihelicova, Annie Wegrzyn 

3. Developing Training Models to Promote Transformative Change in Mental Health - Bret Kloos

Discussant: Bruna Zani

In presence session 5 English: NEW CHALLENGES FOR COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY
Location: Trust 1 Room (in presence)
Chair: Salvatore Di Martino
In presence session 10 English: GENDER BASED VIOLENCE 1
Location: Conviviality Room (in presence)
Chair: Maretha Visser
5:00pm
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6:00pm
Virtual Session 3 Spanish: Inclusión social y políticas colectivas
Location: Space Room (virtual)
6:00pm
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7:30pm
San Carlo Theater: Recital Olga Peretyatko (Soprano) / Elena Bashkirova (Piano)
Location: San Carlo Theater

Congress delegates seats

orchestra stall  at the price of 40 euros; stage seats from the 3rd row at the

price of 15 euros limited number of seats (First come, first served)

To register for this event, please use this form: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/San_Carlo_Events_Reservation

Date: Friday, 23/Sept/2022
8:30am
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10:00am
Roundtable 13 ID 286: New volumes in CP
Location: Aula Magna (hybrid)
Chair: BRUNA ZANI
Symposium - 17 ID 255: Aculturación, agencia y justicia social: Hacia una mirada interseccional desde enfoques epistemológicos, metodológicos y empíricos en migraciones
Location: Resilience Room (in presence)
Chair: Gisela Carrillo Bestagno

1. Aculturación Psicológica entre Autóctonos y Migrantes Latinoamericanos en un barrio de Barcelona: una aproximación situada" - Claudia Saldivia Mansilla, Moisés Carmona Monfererrer,Javier Serrano Blasco
2. Género y migración desde la perspectiva filosófica de Honneth. Experiencias de no reconocimiento de mujeres trabajadoras colombianas en Temuco - Julián Samacá Pulido
3. El uso del photovoice como método de investigación-acción participativa con poblaciones migrantes: una revisión crítica - Rocío Garrido, Lucía Mildenberger, Aloe Cubero 
4. Niñas, niños y adolescentes latinoamericanos/as migrantes como actores sociales: un metaanálisis cualitativo - Gisela Carrillo Bestagno, Moisés Carmona Monferrer, Jaime Alfaro Inzunza

Symposium - 11 ID 186: Participatory approaches to work with indigenous populations in America (Abya Yala)
Location: Empowerment Room (hybrid)
Chair: Gabriela Tavara

1. Decolonizing knowledge through feminist participatory action research:  A co-construction experience with Andean women of Peru - Gabriela Távara
2. Recovery of ancestral knowledges and elaboration of life plans in indigenous communities of the Ecuadorian highlands: The Andean Chakana as an intercultural mediator - Gino Grondona-Opazo
3. Weaving Affective Conviviality, Sentipensar, and Transformative Solidarity with Indigenous Communities Toward Decoloniality - Nuria Ciofalo
4. Mental Health for the indigenous populations of Northeast Brazil: collectivizing and fighting for a community mental health - James Ferreira Moura Jr

Symposium - 13 ID 128: Re-envisioning policy and practice for children living without parental care in Egypt
Location: Aula Fairness (in presence)
Chair: Manar Ahmed Nada

1. Promoting Secure Attachment in Children without Parental Care in Egypt - Manar Nada

2. Young People Transitioning out of Alternative Care in Egypt - Mai Amr

3. Capacity-Building for Child Protection and Alternative Care Social Workers in Egypt - Carie Forden

4. Reforming Egypt’s Alternative Child Care System through Deinstitutionalization: An Assessment of Readiness to Change in the Residential Care Sector - Dina El Bawab

Symposium - 14 ID 297: Service-Learning and the Future of Higher Education Institutions
Location: Room Engagement (hybrid)
Chair: Christian Compare

1. Belief, Attitude, and Critical Understanding. A Systematic Review of Social Justice in Service- Learning Experiences - Christian Compare, Cinzia Albanesi
2. A reflection on instruments for evaluating Service-Learning: experiences with US and Italian students - Cristina Cecchini, Silia Passeri, Patrizia Meringolo
3. “A constant learning and an opportunity to intervene in important matters!” B.M. 22Y Psychology Student: A Case-Study on University-Community & Research Partnerships - Catarina Rivero, Christian Compare, Sara Salvado, Maria João Vargas-Moniz
4. What a difference mentoring makes: Service learning and civic engagement for university students - Marisa Bergamin, Chiara Bonechi, Sabrina Bonichini, Claudia Marino, Massimo Santinello

Discussant: Cinzia Albanesi

Symposium - 10 ID 237: Participation and agency despite oppression: A discussion of strengths in migratory populations in Italy, Ireland, and the United States
Location: Trust 1 Room (in presence)
Chair: Bradley David Olson

1. Shifting the Perspective: How Immigrants Promote their own Subjective Wellbeing by Participating in Local Communities - Martinez-Damia, S; Paloma, V; Marta, E; Marzana, D.

2. Building bonds and bridges between displaced people and the wider community through informal and formal community solidarity initiatives in Ireland - Megan Vine; Dr Ronni Greenwood

3. An Examination of Refugee Strategies of Survival: A Critical Ethnographic Study of the Status of Resettlement Organizations and the Promotion of Alternative Forms of Resettlement Setting - Moshood Olanrewaju

4. Critical Consciousness in Latine Immigrants in the United States: Evaluating the Role of Individual and Community Context - Alissa Charvonia, B.A.

 Discussant: Moshood Olanrewaju

In presence session 2 Spanish: Intervenciones de psicología de comunidad: espacios públicos y políticas sociale
Location: Conviviality Room (in presence)
Chair: Ruben David Fernández Carrasco
10:15am
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11:45am
Keynote 2: Community Psychology addressing climate change - Prof. Amanda Clinton, APA Representative
Location: Aula Magna (hybrid)
Chair: Bernd Roehrle

Interactions with Maria Fernandes-Jesus, et al.

Discussant: William Mebane

English-Spanish-Italian

12:00pm
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1:30pm
Keynote 3: Complexity, environmental needs and effects of technology in the present world - Miguel Benasayag, psychoanalyst, global thinker
Location: Aula Magna (hybrid)
Chair: Elena Marta

Interactions with Florencia Gonzalez Leone et al.
Italian-Spanish-English

1:30pm
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2:45pm
Narrative of Community Resilience
Location: Room Engagement (hybrid)
Chair: Wolfgang Stark
Chair: Bradley David Olson
Community Psychology EFPA SC
Location: Conviviality Room (in presence)
 
2:00pm
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3:00pm
Virtual Session 2 English: COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY IN THE FACE OF CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGES AND EMERGENCIES
Location: Space Room (virtual)
2:45pm
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4:15pm
Symposium - 15 ID 231: Líderes, investigadores y activistas comunitarios Mayas de la Selva Lacandona de Chiapas y Mazatecos de la Sierra de Oaxaca, México levantan la voz por la justicia epistémica, cultural y ecológica
Location: Aula Magna (hybrid)
Chair: Nuria Ciofalo

1. Rostros del Agua en la Sierra Mazateca: Huautla de Jimenez y Loma Chapultepec, Oaxaca, México - Celeste Kristal Flores Cuevas

2. Organización Comunitaria Jo´otik Ta Lum Ki´nal (Maya Tzeltal) - To´on Yejer Ru´um (Maya Lacandón) Nosotros y la Tierra (Spanish)-We and the Earth (Inglés) - María Esther Velasco García, Ernesto Chancayun Kin, Carlos Ananías Chambor Sanchez

3. Universidad de la Tierra, Oaxaca. México - Wendy Juarez

4. El Saber del Pueblo esta en el Cultivo del Campo - Melitón Bautista

Discussant: Nuria Ciofalo

Symposium - 12 ID 291: Promoting Social Justice Engagement between powers and privileges
Location: Resilience Room (in presence)
Chair: Antonella Guarino

1. Youth social justice engagement for migrants - Antonella Guarino, Annalisa Cecconi, Cinzia Albanesi

2. Empowerment and sense of belonging in a host community: sport as a pathway to the social inclusion of refugees - Teresa Silva Dias, Mariana Fonseca, Beatriz Valongo

3. Sense of Community and Social Justice Against Genderism and Transphobia - Christian Compare, Maric Martin Lorusso, Fau Rosati

4. Youth voices for climate justice: Collective and individual activists articulating claims and envisioning futures - Maria Fernandes-Jesus, Carla Malafaia

Discussant: Serdar M. Degirmencioglu

Roundtable 03 ID 211: Fostering resistance to the oppression of immigrants in community settings
Location: Empowerment Room (hybrid)
Chair: Sara Buckingham
Symposium - 18 ID 140: Cultural issues in creating social change for community well-being
Location: Aula Fairness (in presence)
Chair: Tameka Gillum

1. CBL as a way to promote civic engagement and intercultural understanding in Sudan - Azza Osman
2. Choosing to Come Back: Second-Generation Egyptians returning as Social Change Agents - Hajar Khalil
3. Older Adults Home-Based Care in Cairo, Egypt: Asset Mapping Towards Community Development - Yomna El Taweel
4. Developing a Community-Based Initiative to Address Intimate Partner Violence in Kenya - Tameka L. Gillum
5. Tapping into Community Mental Health Resources: Seeking a paradigm Shift in the Egyptian Mental Health Services Culture - Michel S. Ibrahim, Nadine El Shafei

Roundtable 02 ID 359: Becomings and challenges for Community Psychology in Uruguay
Location: Room Engagement (hybrid)
Chair: Alicia Raquel Rodríguez Ferreyra
Symposium - 16 ID 230: Comparing academic, professional, and nonprofessional perspectives: a global community knowledge validation study
Location: Trust 1 Room (in presence)
Chair: Douglas D. Perkins

Discussants: Wolfe, Susan; Procentese, Fortuna 

1. Validating Academic Perspectives on Community Issues: Islamophobia and Solutions in the Mid-South of the United States - Perkins, Douglas D.
2. Predicting and Exploring the Strength of Community Education in Aid-Receiving Countries - Wojcicki, Mary A.; Perkins, Douglas D.; Deng, Ningxi; Zhang, Yong
3. Knowledge validation practices of Turkish academics, professionals, and non-professional volunteers on the issue of child abuse in Istanbul - Ozgurer, M. Reha

In presence session 3 English: BRIDGING COMMUNITIES AND LOCAL SERVICES
Location: Conviviality Room (in presence)
Chair: Jacqueline Akhurst
3:00pm
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4:00pm
Virtual Session 3 English: THE ROLE OF COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY IN HEALTH PROMOTION
Location: Space Room (virtual)
4:00pm
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5:00pm
Virtual Session 4 English: SOCIO-POLITICAL ISSUE FOR COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY 1
Location: Space Room (virtual)
4:30pm
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6:00pm
Symposium - 19 ID 195: Violence against educators: a global crisis
Location: Aula Magna (hybrid)
Chair: Susan Dvorak McMahon

Discussant:  Ruth Berkowitz,

1. Why are Pre-K-12th Grade Educators Leaving? Violence, Covid-19, and Policy Efforts - Susan D. McMahon, Safa Asad, Kailyn Bare, Kayleigh Zinter, Cori L. Cafaro, & Marlo Knapp-Fadani

2. Violence Toward Teachers in Italy: Prevalence, Risk Factors, Motives and Perceived Institutional Support - Claudio Longobardi, Matteo Angelo Fabris, Francesca Giovanna Maria Gastaldi

3. Cyberbullying Against Teachers in Latin America During the Pandemic: The Negative Effects on Their Level of Stress and Well-being - Jorge Varela

 4. Teacher-Directed Violence in South African Schools - Ronelle Carolissen

Interactive Session ID 207: A Citizen Science approach to foster social inclusion and innovation: the EU-project YouCount
Location: Resilience Room (in presence)
Chair: Flora Gatti
Symposium - 20 ID 228: Community-led organizations as drivers for local and global justice: international case studies
Location: Empowerment Room (hybrid)
Chair: Daniela Eugenia Miranda

1. Challenges of the Migrant Community-based Organizations in Milan, Italy - Sara Martinez-Damia, Daniela Marzana, Virginia Paloma, Elena Marta
2. Female Migrant Domestic Workers’ Organizations as an Opportunity Structure for Sociopolitical Development: A Qualitative Study in Southern Spain - Tatiana Duque, Juan C. Aceros, Virginia Paloma
3. Evaluation in Community-based Organizations as empowering methods to strengthen Romani Women and Girls’ Leadership: The Case of Gaz Kalo - Belén Soto-Ponce, Daniela E. Miranda 
4. Were schools community settings for "leaving no one behind" during COVID-19?: Participatory analysis of equity in educational policies and practices in Southern Spain - Rocio Garrido Muñoz Arenillas, Glenda Dimuro

Symposium - 21 ID 144: Addressing the challenge of meeting professional development needs in Egypt
Location: Aula Fairness (in presence)
Chair: Carie Forden

1. Coaching for Reflective Practice - Carie Forden, Radwa Raafat Abdelshafi, Alaa Waleed Nasr, Yasmine Saleh

2. The Self and the Other: Building a Community of Community Psychologists in Egypt - Radwa Raafat Abdelshafi, Mozn Hassan

3. A Cross Cultural Wellness-Focused Supervision Model - Yasmine Saleh

Roundtable 04 ID 161: Community regeneration across borders with an open education resource
Location: Room Engagement (hybrid)
Chair: Judah Jinn Viola
Roundtable 05 ID 384: Decolonial possibilities and futures in community psychology: A north-south engagement
Location: Trust 1 Room (in presence)
Chair: Garth Stevens
In presence session 8 English: THE ROLE OF THE COMMUNITY IN COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Location: Conviviality Room (in presence)
Chair: Clare Harvey
5:00pm
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6:00pm
Virtual Session 5 English: SHARING INTERVENTIONS IN COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY
Location: Space Room (virtual)
6:00pm
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7:00pm
ECPA Assembly
Location: Room Engagement (hybrid)
7:00pm
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11:00pm
Social dinner: Creative improvisation: Quality of life: environment, sea, earth and wellbeing
Location: San Carlo Vigliena
The San Carlo Urban creativity factor of Vigliena, and Community psychology lab of the University Federico II are sharing commune visions and goals promoting social inclusion and urban re-generation.  Therefore, the 9th ICCP in collaboration with Aurora EU Project, Coffee Brecht Theater and PSY-COM will held in Vigliena an improvisational theater experience aimed at improve among participants and spectators’ awareness about earth needs and potential strategies to intervene. Improvisational theatre (Improv) is an art in which an ensemble of actors creates improptu stories, possibly with a music created in the moment, starting from suggestions given by the audience. In this panorama, the paradigmatic Improv format we proposed is a longform Improv show performed by 6-8 actors, with an improviser musician. Starting from a single input word given by the audience, different scenes can develop through patterns and suggestions linked by free association. Coffee-Brecht Company: Mauro Bellini,Ma...
Date: Saturday, 24/Sept/2022
8:30am
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10:00am
Roundtable 13 ID 287: Publishing in community psychology
Location: Aula Magna (hybrid)
Chair: Terri Mannarini
Symposium - 24 ID 141: Strategies to promote resilience during crisis
Location: Resilience Room (in presence)
Chair: Nashwa Rashad
  1. The Role of Religious Coping, Age and Meaning in life in the Development of Post-Traumatic Growth in Egyptian Breast Cancer Survivors - Nashwa Rashad
  2. Stress and Coping among Mothers whose Children Are Diagnosed with Cancer - Veronica Iskander
  3. Building Hospitals to Reduce Patient and Family Stress - Alaa Nasr
Symposium - 23 ID 302: La Psicología Comunitaria en América Latina: temas crónicos y agenda pendiente para promover la transformación social
Location: Empowerment Room (hybrid)
Chair: Tesania Velázquez

1. Sufrimiento social y agencia. Caso de mujeres de Sacsamarca-Perú - Tesania Velázquez 
2. Pobreza, violencia y ruptura del tejido social en Latinoamérica: problemáticas centrales de atención desde la perspectiva clínica-comunitaria - Maribel Goncalves de Freitas, Maribel Goncalves de Freitas 
3. Psicología y pobreza en México: avances, retos y agendas pendientes - Teresita Castillo-León, Teresita Campo-Marín 
4. Relación entre comunidad y familia: Caso de familias de personas desaparecidas en conflicto armado interno - Miryam Rivera Holguín 

In presence session 6 English: PARTICIPATION AND COLLECTIVE ACTION
Location: Aula Fairness (in presence)
Chair: Joyce Toendepi
Symposium - 25 ID 345: Knowledge Mobilization as a mechanism for community building, resistance, and a reimagining of scholarly modalities
Location: Room Engagement (hybrid)
Chair: Natalie M. Kivell

1. Podcast - Networking Solidarities to mobilize and humanize our everyday critical praxis - Natalie Kivell

2. Community Radio as a Site for Resistance and Empowerment: Young people Creating Digital Settings and Engaging in Narrative Making - Roshani Jayawardana

3. Resisting power inequities within co-produced knowledge activities: The creative practices of participatory zine making - Rama Agung Igusti

4. Multimodal Meaning-Making in Academia for Powerful Communication in Action - Tiffeny R. Jimenez, Aaron Baker Cervantes, Emilia Jurado

Discussant: Sam Keast

Roundtable 06 ID 216: Creative methods in the field of psychology, next stage?
Location: Trust 1 Room (in presence)
Chair: Laura Remaschi
In presence session 7 English: GENDER BASED VIOLENCE 2
Location: Conviviality Room (in presence)
Chair: Helene Antoni Barnard
9:00am
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11:00am
Heritage walk: San Vincenzo Pier
Location: San Vincenzo Pier
Heritage walks, promoted by Council of Europe and the European Commission, are thematic routes through which inhabitants rediscover places, traditions, monuments as part of the cultural heritage of their community, not only because of the artistic and architectural value of the sites and their historical significance, but also for their importance in the conduct of daily life and activities. During the walk, participants have the opportunity to meet people who live in or have a relationship with the area visited, the so-called "witnesses". This walk on Molo San Vincenzo wants to rediscover a neglected part of the city, its history, its evolution. Today the Pier is still outside the life of the city, but thanks to the intervention of Research Bodies, Federico II University, associations and stakeholders of the maritime cluster, it is now close to a reuse aimed at the well-being of citizens and the entire city, promoted and implemented by the synergy of the Municipality of Naples, the...
10:15am
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11:45am
Roundtable 01 ID 162: Who is against equity in public safety policies: Building equity through understanding resistance
Location: Aula Magna (hybrid)
Chair: Judah Jinn Viola
Symposium - 28 ID 370: Environmental justice, climate change and community psychology: Time for action
Location: Resilience Room (in presence)
Chair: Serdar M. Değirmencioğlu

1. The power of community-based activism: addressing power and justice while fighting fossil gas - Maria Fernandes-Jesus

2. Environmental Discourses and Community Mobilization in the Anti-fracking Movement in Bulgaria - Nikolay L. Mihaylov

3. Psychological dimensions of epistemic violence against mine-affected communities: a South African case study - Garret Barnwell

4. Mission possible: Promote environmental justice, defend the planet - Serdar M. Değirmencioğlu

Symposium - 27 ID 322: Regeneración comunitaria: encuentros colaborativos y solidarios de formación en América Latina
Location: Empowerment Room (hybrid)
Chair: NELLY AYALA RODRÍGUEZ

1. Innovación psicosocial y construcción de comunidades - Nelly Ayala Rodríguez 
2. Terapia comunitaria en tiempos de pandemia: experiencias desde el sureste mexicano - Teresita Castillo León, Dora Ayora Talavera
3. Acompañamiento y fortalecimiento de un grupo de mujeres migrantes  venezolanas , desde el programa de la maestría de psicología comunitaria de la Pontificia universidad Católica del Perú - Maribel Del Carmen Goncalves de Freitas
4. La gestión participativa del espacio público comunitario: una experiencia de formación universitaria - Héctor Berroeta Torres

Roundtable 07 ID 194: Skills, techniques, and values for community consulting: A global View
Location: Aula Fairness (in presence)
Chair: Susan M Wolfe
Roundtable 08 ID 361: Critical global education for community psychology: challenges and possibilities within and across the global north and south
Location: Room Engagement (hybrid)
Chair: Tiffeny Reyleen Jimenez
Roundtable 09 ID 321: Estado de la Psicología Comunitaria en Iberoamérica: Algunas experiencias y reflexiones
Location: Trust 1 Room (in presence)
Chair: Carlos Arango Cálad
In presence session 4 Spanish: Género y políticas de genero
Location: Conviviality Room (in presence)
Chair: Ingrid Matzembacher Stocker
12:00pm
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1:30pm
Roundtable 10.3: Planetary Roundtable
Location: Aula Magna (hybrid)
Chair: DONATA FRANCESCATO

Conclusions: Donata Francescato, Caterina Arcidiacono

Participants from Asia: Kangl Wong, Toshi Sasao, Dicky Pelupessy

and some participants of the first two sessions, who will be present in Naples on September 24th 2022, and have read the online records of the first two planetary sessions.

In presence session 9 English: PARTICIPATION AND COLLECTIVE ACTION
Location: Resilience Room (in presence)
Chair: Nick Malherbe
In presence session 3 Spanish: Procesos migratorios e inclusión social
Location: Empowerment Room (hybrid)
Chair: Amanda Barbosa Veiga dos Santos
In presence session 11 English: THE ROLE OF COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY IN HEALTH PROMOTION
Location: Aula Fairness (in presence)
Chair: Lorenzo Montali
Roundtable 11 ID 353: Co-Creating Communities: The role of universities for building and empowering communities in local settings
Location: Room Engagement (hybrid)
Chair: Wolfgang Stark

Discussant: Fortuna Procentese

In presence session 16 English: NEW CHALLENGES FOR COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY
Location: Trust 1 Room (in presence)
Chair: Bernd Roehrle
In presence session 13 English: YOUTHS AND SOCIAL INCLUSION
Location: Conviviality Room (in presence)
Chair: PATRIZIA MERINGOLO
1:30pm
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2:45pm
Narrative of Community Resilience
Location: Room Engagement (hybrid)
Chair: Wolfgang Stark
Chair: Bradley David Olson
1:30pm
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3:00pm
Virtual Session 6 English: SOCIO-POLITICAL ISSUE FOR COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY 2
Location: Space Room (virtual)
2:45pm
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4:15pm
Roundtable 12 ID 184: A conversation about the process of conducting community-based research under the COVID Pandemic
Location: Aula Magna (hybrid)
Chair: Fabricio E Balcazar
In presence session 14 English: SOCIO-POLITICAL ISSUE FOR COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY
Location: Resilience Room (in presence)
Chair: Marianne Daher
Symposium - 29 ID 354: Discussions, tensions and approaches in Community Psychology from Latin America
Location: Empowerment Room (hybrid)
Chair: Alicia Raquel Rodríguez Ferreyra

Discussant: Gino Grondona

1. Hacer psicología comunitaria entre violencias: desafíos y reflexiones de psicólogas feministas -Sandra Estrada Maldonado, Ana M. Alcántara Maciel

2. Recuperación de saberes ancestrales y elaboración de planes de vida en comunidades indígenas de la sierra ecuatoriana: la Chakana andina como mediador intercultural - Gino Grondona-Opazo

3. Tan parecidos como distintos: hacer Psicología Comunitaria desde Uruguay - Lucía Pierri, Alicia Rodríguez

4. El pensamiento psicosocial en Colombia - Carlos Arango Cálad

5. Muerte, violencia y resistencias historicas en Brasil: el rol de la Psicologia Comunitaria" / "Death, violence and historical resistance in Brazil: the role of Community Psychology - James Ferreira

6. Jorgelina Di Iorio

In presence session 15 English: SOCIO-POLITICAL ISSUE FOR COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY
Location: Aula Fairness (in presence)
Chair: Francesca Esposito
Symposium - 30 ID 315: Community Psychology contributions to address Gender-based Violence in Europe: From Research to Transformative Action
Location: Room Engagement (hybrid)
Chair: Maria João Pereira Vargas Moniz

1. Exposing the Gendered Violence of Immigration Detention: An Intersectional Feminist Community Psychology Approach - Francesca Esposito,

2. A focus on gender: Understanding refugees and asylum seekers women lived experiences in Lisbon through the Capability approach; Erica Briozzo, José Ornelas, Maria João Vargas-Moniz

3. “Transformative Change in domestic violence against women in Portugal: survivors’ perspectives.” -  Raquel Cardoso, José Ornelas

4. Women Survivors of Gender Violence and Discrimination: understanding the role of advocacy to build empowering networks and contexts - Maria Vargas-Moniz; José Ornelas; Maria Conde

In presence session 12 English: MIGRATION PROCESSES
Location: Trust 1 Room (in presence)
Chair: Gesa Solveig Duden
In presence session 2 English: THE ROLE OF COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY IN HEALTH PROMOTION
Location: Conviviality Room (in presence)
Chair: Andrea Sofía González Urbina
3:00pm
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4:15pm
Virtual Session 7 English: MODELS AND THEORIES OF COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY
Location: Space Room (virtual)
4:30pm
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5:30pm
Closing Session
Location: Aula Magna (hybrid)

Caterina Arcidiacono, President 9ICCP Naples, Italy
Irma Serrano Garcia, ICCP board member and Trustee

EFPSA (European Federation of Psychology Students' Associations)
ECPA-EFPA Standing Committee on Community Psychology presentation of the Climate Project
Alicia Rodriguez, President 10 ICCP Montevideo, Uruguay - Presentation Community Psychology call to action


 
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