Division 52 Webinars are hour long informational and skill building sessions. They are open to the public. There is an opportunity for discussion with the presenter.

Upcoming Webinars

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Upcoming D52 Webinars

July 8, 2024 – 8 am EDT/ 14:00 CEST / 19:00 WIB

July 18, 2024 – 11 am EDT/ 17:00 CEST / 17:00 SAST

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2024 Webinars

Critical Directions in Environmental Psychology

Presentation Date June 6, 2024

VIEW RECORDING: https://youtu.be/L67y2HU62OA

Advances and Challenges in Implementing Inclusive Education Streategies in Mozambique –
Community Engagement and Practices

Presentation May 22, 2024

From Decolonial to Indigenous Approaches to Constructing Knowledge

Presentation April 29, 2024

From Trench to Bench and Back

Presentation April 4, 2024

Communities as Containers of Psychological Suffering

Psychology’s role in human rights

“How can psychologists best promote global human rights?” In this troubled era, how can we go beyond empty “virtual signaling” to create real change? This two-part forum (a) gathers 4 experts to examine this question then (b) an open discussion on how to promote human rights.

Wellbeing in Times of Global Chaos: Promoting Peace Within and Compassion Without

Speaker: Donald Moss, PhD

2023 Webinars

Transformation in light of climate change: The role of environmental psychology

Speaker: Annika Nordlund, Ph.D.

Fostering Stronger Cross-Cultural Research: A Lesson From Patagonia

Speaker: Dora Rose Jenefsky Segall

Disability rights and the paradigm shift: one size does not fit all

Speaker: Muhannad Alazzeh, PhD

Border Culture: Theory, Imagination, Geopolitics

Speaker: Victor Konrad, PhD

Internationalizing the Psychology Curriculum: Why & How? 

DIV 52 – International Psychology, Psychology Coalition of NGOs at the United Nations, and APA Office of International Affairs.

Climate change and the psychological development of children – A global perspective

Speaker: Francis Vergunst 

2022 Webinars

The Call to and the Ban on Reproduction: Embodiment at the Crossroads of International Psychology

Speaker: Rosa Traversa

Psychology Learning and Teaching within Teacher Education: International Perspectives

Speaker: Susanne Narciss; Moderator: Pina Marsico

Date of Presentation: November 18, 2022

Psychologies Otherwise / Earthwise
Webinar from the International Environmental Justice Committee

Speaker: Wade Pickren; Moderator: Pina Marsico
Date of Presentation: October 12, 2022

Division 52 Anniversary Series
The Remarkable Origins of the APA International Division 52

Speaker: Florence Denmark & Harold Takooshian; Moderator: Diane Halpern

Division 52 Anniversary Series
Inserting Culture into Psychology

Speaker: Rolando Diaz-Loving; Moderator: Antonio Puente

Division 52 Anniversary Series
Psychology’s Role in Sustainable Development around the World

Speaker: Dr. Lori Foster ; Moderator: Dr. Merry Bullock

Division 52 Anniversary Series
The Process of Moral Disengagement
Speaker: Dr. Janel Gauthier; Moderator: Dr. Neal Rubin

Division 52 Anniversary Series
What do refugees need and what can we do as psychologists?
Speaker: Dr. Brigitte Khoury; Moderator: Dr. Larry Gerstein
Dr. Khoury discusses the journey of refugees from their home country to the host country and the various needs they have, as well as the role psychologists can play to fulfill these needs.

International Environmental Justice Committee: International Psychology Celebrating Earth Day – April 22 – Panelists: Erinn Cameron, Daniela Del Bene, James Dunk, and Paul Hoggett; Discussant Pina Marsico; Round table discussion about the role of international psychology in the promotion of environmental justice and planetary healing. 

Memorializing undocumented migrants’ deaths in border-zones: What social memory tells us about migration paradoxes and challenges

Ciro De Vincenzo focuses on undocumented migrants’ deaths at the Southern European Frontier, the island of Lampedusa, where he has spent most of his fieldwork.

Division 52 Anniversary Series
Confessions of a Peripatetic Psychologist
Speaker – Danny Wedding (Moderator Nancy Sidun).  Dr. Wedding discusses life as an international psychologist, and suggests ways younger psychologists can enrich their careers by embracing international opportunities whenever they arise.

From acculturation towards proculturation – considering systemic conceptualisation of intercultural phenomenological experiences

Highlights significance of developmental and dialogical features of selves’ transformative dynamics while living abroad or/and in multicultural societies. Meaning and definition of the new concept of “Proculturation” are presented.

Teaching International Psychology

How do we train international psychologists to be successful in addressing global concerns and excelling as leaders?

Student Leadership In International Psychology: Perspectives from Across the Globe

APA’s Division 52, APA’s Division 48, Division 15 of the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP), the European Federation of Psychology Students’ Associations (EFPSA), and the Interamerican Society of Psychology (SIP) realized this collaborative student webinar.


(being updated through 2021)