SAVE THE DATE!!!  ANALYSIS AND ACTIVISM III WILL BE IN PRAGUE FROM FRIDAY DECEMBER 1ST TO SUNDAY DECEMBER 3RD THIS YEAR.
 
This International Association for Analytical Psychology Analysis and Activism conference will open at 4pm on the Friday and finish at about 2-30pm on the Sunday. As before, there will then be a planning session until about 5pm. This information is intended to help with planning your journey.
 We are very fortunate to be able to meet in Prague!
 Here is the outline of the conference:
 
ANALYSIS AND ACTIVISM III: MORE SOCIAL AND POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS OF JUNGAN PSYCHOLOGY
 This is the third in the acclaimed series of Analysis and Activism conferences organised under the auspices of the International Association for Analytical Psychology. It is no exaggeration to say that the need for creative and imaginative approaches to the social and political problems the world faces is urgent. The conference will present new and fresh Jungian approaches to the social and political domains, but there will also be a chance to explore how our group has evolved its contributions since the first two conferences in London in 2014 and Rome in 2015. The programme of invited speakers contains some well-known activists and writers alongside some relative newcomers.
 
The themes will include:
 
(1) Leaders and led, citizenship, democracy, participation
(2) Ecology/environment/climate change/sustainability
(3) Migration, refugees, asylum, ethnicities, nationalities
(4) Violence, conflict, war and peace, individual and collective histories, cultural complexes
(5) Bodies, sexes, genders, relationships, families
 
This e-mail comes from the programme committee appointed by the IAAP: Stefano Carta, Emilija Kiehl, and Andrew Samuels. The chair of the Prague organising committee is Martin Scala.
For this third conference, we will use the same model as for the London one in 2014: invited speakers and hence no call for papers. Full programme, booking details and accommodation suggestions coming fairly soon.

Prague conference 1.-3.12.2017