Dear Fellow Psychologists,
We hereby invite you to be a part of the 9th European IACCP Conference (International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology).
Attached you will find an Information Brochure on the event to familiarize yourself with the theme, and to give you a preview of the main discussion topics.
We strongly encourage you to register and submit your abstracts for our event.
We’d like to point out that there will be a substantial financial support for participants from low income countries in the Eastern European Region.
As our information brochure mainly focuses on the general theme and discussion topics, make sure you also take a look at our event website : https://iaccp2017.com/. Here you will be able to find more details on fees, deadlines, submission guidelines etc. Our website is regularly updated with new information, therefore we encourage you to always check what’s new.
In case you’d like to contact us, please do so at email@example.com.
We wish to spread the word far in the Psychology Community, for it to reach interested parties and make our Conference as rich and diverse as possible.
Hoping to welcome you in Warsaw come July,
Pr. Paweł Boski
Invitation and general guidelines
Dear Cross-Cultural Colleagues and Friends,
The Scientific Committee for the 9th IACCP European [Regional] Congress invites you to submit abstracts for our Warsaw 2017 conference. The deadline for abstract submission is December 31th 2016. All abstracts will be submitted to peer-review, coordinated by the Scientific Committee. Notification of acceptance will be e-mailed to the corresponding author latest by February 28th, 2017, together with detailed information and guidelines.
The motto of the Congress is: From a Cross-Cultural Perspectives: Conflict and Cooperation in Shaping the Future of Europe. From this formulation, Scientific Committee has derived five thematic tracks:
– Acculturation among Immigrants and Refugees vs. Multiculturalism in receiving society;
– Integration and Conflict: Identities in Europe;
– Intergroup processes: Ethnic and National Conflicts;
– Religions, Ideologies, Political Processes in Current and Historical Perspectives;
– Improving intergroup relations: Applications of Cross-cultural Psychology.
Proposals can be submitted for:
• Group sessions – Symposia and Panel discussions
• Individual Oral and Poster Presentations
We are looking forward to receiving your contributions in these tracks as well as other fields of your research and expertise. If you have any questions with regard to Abstract Submission, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. On behalf of the IACCP 9th European [Regional] Conference – Warsaw 2017 Scientific Committee,
Prof. Dr. Fons J. R. van de Vijver Prof. dr hab. Paweł Boski IACCP President Congress President Tilburg University, SWPS University of The Netherlands Social Sciences and Humanities Warsaw, Poland