Who’s in the Family? Various Compositions and the Challenges They Face

Family compositions take various forms and have profound effects on all family members. This event will feature presentations on different family structures and the benefits and challenges faced by the unique family compositions. These presentations will be given by graduate students of Global Psychology and interns with the International Council of Psychologists. The intern presentations are a popular annual event for the Committee and we hop you will be able to join us!

This event will be held virtually. We will send out the login information after the RSVP deadline. Responses must be submitted by 6pm EDT on Wednesday, April 21st.


CoNGO Notes: For more information on the NGO Committee on the Family-NY, please visit ngofamilyny.org. For more information on the NGO Committee on Mental Health, please visit ngomentalhealth.org. For more information on the NGO Committee on Children’s Rights, please visit childrightsny.org.

Webinar: COVID-19 Responses: Challenges and Strengths in Indigenous Communities

The International Council of Psychologists is pleased to offer an important 60-minute free webinar.

The inaugural presentation in this webinar series will focus on indigenous populations who are often marginalized in countries and regions around the world. Speakers from Brazil and the United States will address the challenges that indigenous peoples in their countries and regions have faced, as well as the strengths and steps that indigenous peoples are taking to address the physical and social-economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information about this event, please contact webinar chair Andrew Simon, PhD, PsyD, at andrew.simon@shu.edu.

Featured speakers:

Hilary Weaver is Associate Dean at the University of Buffalo and a member of the American Indian Lakota tribe.

Fernando Pessoa is head of the Secretariat of Indigenous Health of the Brazilian Ministry of Health

Registration is required. To register: icp.web.org/icp-webinars


CoNGO Notes: 
This event was recommended by the NGO Committee on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, For more information about the Committee, including how to become a member, visit facebook.com/NGOCoRIP/ and inquire from its chair, Roberto Borrero, at indigenous.committee@gmail.com.