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Opening Spaces for Hope: How to Influence Social Policy and Change Using Psychology


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Psychreg, (2016, November 15). Opening Spaces for Hope: How to Influence Social Policy and Change Using Psychology. Psychreg on Events. https://www.psychreg.org/opening-spaces-hope-influence-social-policy-change-using-psychology/
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Time: 13 December 2016; 09:30 – 15:30
Location: BPS London Office
Organised by: Glenn Williams

Event description:
An event organised by the British Psychological Society’s Community Psychology Section

Quick overview:

  • Are you interested to find out how to apply psychological knowledge to shape policies that can really affect people’s lives?
  • Would you like to explore different ways of bringing about change for the health and well-being of your community?

This event is aimed at addressing these kinds of issues.

This free event is aimed at bringing together people from community groups, those who work in policy development, researchers, educators and practitioners, and virtually anyone with an interest in creating social change, whether at the national or local level. We welcome members of the general public and we would like this event to create opportunities for learning from each other’s experiences and perspectives.

If you’re intrigued about these kinds of issues, do please sign up and let’s engage in a conversation about how to create movements for change and hope by applying community psychology principles and practices.

Confirmed speakers so far are:

  • Dr Lisa Cameron, Member of Parliament.
  • Gregor Henderson, Director of Well-being and Mental Health at Public Health England.
  • Karen Rothery, Surrey Sports Park Chief Executive

Places are limited so do sign up soon! Sign up to attend by clicking here

See more details and RSVP on CommunityPsychologyUK.

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