Participants will be challenged to find commonalities and differences across a variety of political views, professional ethics, intersectionalities, racial, ethnic and social-economic positions.
Through dialogue, community interaction, workshops and attending relevant events participants will explore the relationship between mainstream psychology and Global South's dynamics while critically considering Salvadoran Historical Memory.
To strengthen transnational and interdisciplinary networks of professionals, activists, and communities who are working towards social transformation.
PARTICIPANTS FROM NUMEROUS COUNTRIES WILL BE PRESENT.
We will pay close attention to the roles of psychology and related fields in local, global and multicultural contexts.
Offer participants the opportunity to immerse in the ideas of Liberation Psychology in the beautiful country in which it originated.