Round Tables

Online international conference
18th DAYS OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY

-Current challenges in psychological science-


COMMUNITY RESPONSES ACKNOWLEDGING PAINFUL HISTORY

Moderator:

Juliette Shedd
Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter School for Peace & Conflict Resolution,
George Mason University, United States

Panelists:

Borislava Manojlović
Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter School for Peace & Conflict Resolution,
George Mason University, Korea
Nicolay Gausel
University of Stavanger University, Norway
Vladimir Hedrih
Faculty of Philosophy Niš, Serbia
Nurit Shnabel
School of Psychological Sciences, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Communities around the world are grappling with how to acknowledge and live with historical events that have impacted different sub-groups of the community in different ways. Different local governments and community groups have taken different approaches to reconciliation and remembrance of difficult histories. This panel brings participants from around the world to talk about their experiences with managing complex histories and moving communities from places of pain to reconciliation and hope.