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Decolonial Approaches to Research methods in Psychology

4th June 2024

Join us for an engaging workshop that introduces decolonial approaches to research methods in Psychology. This event will help participants understand key concepts like colonisation, colonialism, and coloniality, and explore how these ideas impact research practices.

Inaugural Lecture: Rose Capdevila, Professor of Psychology

21st March 2024

In her inaugural lecture, Rose Capdevila, Professor of Psychology at the OU, will discuss research around the gendering of power in three contexts: activism, the history of psychology and social media.

Next Generation: Social Sciences (Series)

14th June 2023 to 21st June 2023

The Open University invites you to a new series of free online talks showcasing the ground-breaking research being carried out by PhD students in Psychology and Social Sciences as part of the Next Generation series.

In conversation with Professor Janine Dahinden

6th December 2022

An online event for Early Career Scholars and Postgraduate students. The event will be facilitated by OU Migration member and postdoctoral researcher Dr Nelli Stavropoulou from the School of Psychology and Counselling at The Open University.

Online migration seminar with Professor Janine Dahinden

6th December 2022

Professor Janine Dahinden will be critically reflecting on the notion of migration drawing on her work on de-migranticization technologies. The online seminar is organised by OU MigrationCentre for Global Challenges and Social Justice (GCSJ) and Open Psychology Research Centre. The seminar will be chaired by Professor Umut Erel, Director of the Centre for Global Challenges and Social Justice.

Inaugural Lecture: Children of migration as brokers of 'care'

30th November 2021

In her inaugural lecture, Professor Sarah Crafter will explore what it means for children and young people to be ‘brokers of care’ in the context of migration.

Reflections on TOTEM LATAMAT’s journey to COP26

19th November 2021

Join a unique event to reflect on TOTEM LATAMAT’S journey from Mexico to COP26 as it is laid to rest at The Crichton in Dumfries, Scotland.

Opening Psychology for Changing Times

28th June 2021 to 6th July 2021

Located in the School of Psychology and Counselling within The Open University’s Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS), the Open Psychology Research Centre is inviting you to its launch event. The launch event will be online and will span from June 28th to July 6th. Registration is open. Programme is available.

The CuSP Annual Lecture by Prof Ivana Marková

5th June 2020

This year’s CuSP Annual Lecture will be given by Professor Ivana Markova titled 'Fragilities of the dialogical mind in culture and politics'.

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