RECONCILIATION AUSTRALIA: Psychological Perspectives
Saturday 7th September 2013
10.00am – 5.00pm
The Melbourne Brain Centre, Kenneth Myer Building, University of Melbourne
30 Royal Parade, Parkville
Register now to attend what is shaping up to be a ground-breaking public forum.
Join a panel of nationally and internationally renowned guest speakers:
Lord John Alderdice – psychiatrist and psychoanalytic psychotherapist, previously Speaker of the Northern Ireland Assembly, currently Convener of Liberal Democrat Party in the House of Lords, who played a significant role in initiating the dialogues that led to the Good Friday Accord and peace in Northern Ireland.
Professor Stuart Twemlow – psychoanalyst, Professor of Mental Health Prevention, University of Kansas; an international authority in the application of psychoanalytic principles and systemic interventions to the prevention of bullying and violence.
Professor Ian Anderson – Foundation Chair of Indigenous Higher Education, Assistant Vice Chancellor (Indigenous Higher Education Policy), Director, Murrup Barak Melbourne Institute for Indigenous Development.
Professor Marcia Langton AM – anthropologist, geographer and one of Australia’s leading Aboriginal scholars, Foundation Chair of Australian Indigenous Studies at the University of Melbourne.
Help us to create a new psychological dialogue about Reconciliation.
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