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Call for proposals: 2021 Fellowship program

Call for proposals: 2021 Fellowship program

Call for proposals: 2021 Fellowship program

“When family, work & community merge: Learning and growing from the pandemic experience” is the theme for this year’s fellowship program. We are seeking innovative proposals for projects or studies which use CMM concepts to reflect on what we learned from the process of responding to a global pandemic, and how we might apply what we have learned to bridge fragmented social realities and identities that have been made more visible by this experience. Applications close May 1, 2021.

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Cosmoteenz

Cosmoteenz

Cosmoteenz

Are you in any way connected with teenagers (13-17)? Can you ask them to help us by completing a survey on communication issues important to them?

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Moral injury webinar March 31, 6 to 8pm EST (USA)

Moral injury webinar March 31, 6 to 8pm EST (USA)

Moral injury webinar March 31, 6 to 8pm EST (USA)

This is the third special webinar that we have held on moral injury and conflict. It is a follow up from our successful one late last year and is being held in conjunction with the Australasian Services Care Network for Military, Veterans and their families. The special focus will be on the insights offered by CMM for understanding this important issue of moral injury.

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Making better social worlds for the 21st century:  Legacies and expanding horizons

Making better social worlds for the 21st century: Legacies and expanding horizons

Making better social worlds for the 21st century: Legacies and expanding horizons

This year’s Learning Exchange is being held as an online event in conjunction with the Association of Family Therapy and Friends of the KCC in London on 23, 24 & 25 September. We have a great line-up of speakers already confirmed and invite you to start planning to participate.

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