From Inclusive Identities to Inclusive Societies:

Exploring Complex Social Identity in the Western Balkans

13.July - Warsaw

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Conference of the International Society for Political Psychology, 13-17.07.2016, Warsaw, Poland

Seven members of the SIBY project (Iris Žeželj, Marija Branković, Marko Vladisavljević, Srđan Dušanić, Vladimir Turjačanin, Edona Maloku and Kaltrina Kelmendi) presented the results of the project in the symposium at the conference of the International Society for Political Psychology held from July 13th to 17th 2016 in Warsaw, Poland (http://www.ispp.org/uploads/attachments/30June_FULL_PROGRAM_2016_CLEAN_v3.pdf).

The theme of the conference was " The Good Society: Prospects for Reason, Communication, and Well-Being" and it brought together more than 700 international psychologists, sociologists, communication and political scientists. The symposium got selected in a harsh competition; the authors presented five conceptually connected papers drawing from the main results of the project. Felicia Pratto from the University of Connecticut, the mentor of the project, served as a chair of the symposium. The authors also took a chance to screen a trailer for the documentary and invite the attendees to take part in our research network. The brochures with the results were also distributed. There was a lot of interest in the results and the future research cooperation.

 

             

 

Project is supported within the framework of the Regional Research Promotion Programme in the Western Balkans (RRPP), which is run by the University of Fribourg upon a mandate of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, SDC, Federal Department of Foreign Affairs.

Regional Research Promotion Programme in the Western Balkans