Society for Community Research and Action Biennial Conference
The Global Alliance is, for the first time, partnering with the Society for Community Research and Action (SCRA; Division 27 of the American Psychological Association) to host the organization's biennial conference!
Conference at a Glance
Location: Campus of the University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Dates: June 21-24, 2017
Theme: Making an Impact: Transformative Community Research and Action around the World
Registration Is Open!
Early bird registration ends May 12th!
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The full agenda for the conference will be available in March 2017. The schedule for presentations in the Global Alliance track is as follows:
- Wednesday: 9-10:15 am – Building capacity to address mental illness and emotional distress in low-resource settings and among refugee populations
- Wednesday: 2:30-3:45 pm - Policy engagement and competency development: Opportunities, resources, and pathways.
- Thursday: 2:45-4 pm – Fostering economic opportunity and social change: Transforming lives and communities in rural Guatemala.
- Friday: 9-10:15 am – Community research and action in action: How one place-based initiative is implementing community psychology principles
- Friday: 10:30-11:45 am – Minimizing risk and maximizing health for vulnerable youth of color: Using global mental health and community-based approaches
- Friday: 1-2:15 pm – The humanitarian imperative to learn: Conducting and using research to increase impact in conflict-affected settings and Roles of community and regional participation in early childhood policy planning
- Saturday: 9-10:15 am – Integrating clinical and community psychology in training, research, and action
- Saturday: 10:30-11:45 am – Involving students in civic engagement: Creating community/university partnerships
Co-Chairs of the Conference
CENTRE FOR RESEARCH ON EDUCATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICES, UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA
CENTRE FOR COMMUNITY RESEARCH, LEARNING, AND ACTION, WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY