through Sun, April 2, 2017
Conversations with and among Education, Research, Health, Social Practices, Psychotherapy...
An amazing conference!! Almost 400 people gathered to explore and learn about collaborative and dialogic practice. Here is a short video of images from the conference, enjoy! Thank you with an appreciative heart, to all the planners, hosts, presenters and participants. And a special thank you to Josep Segui and his team, along with the University of Laguna planners, hosts and students. Thank you.
Youtube Channel for more videos from the ICCP 2017 Congress:
Location: Guajara Campus, Universidad De La Laguna
Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
Dates: March 30 & 31, 2017, April 1 & 2, 2017
For all the information:
The Department of Psychology and Education at the Universidad de La Laguna, the Community of the International Certificate in Collaborative and Dialogic Practices - a program supported by the Taos Institute and the Houston Galveston Institute- UmansenRed School of Psychology and ENDIÁLOGO, Spanish Association of Collaborative and Dialogic Practices are pleased to present the Third International Conference on Collaborative and Dialogic Practices. We look forward to welcoming you personally during that time.
The Third International Conference of Collaborative and Dialogic Practices is a continuation of the First and Second Latin American ones organized in 2013 and 2015 in Sao Paulo, Brazil and Tucuman, Argentina. From the first moment we want to honor individuals and organizations that made it possible to start these biannual activities that in this third edition we decided to become international given the special characteristics of its organizers, partners and participants; especially the Board of Directors and the entire team of Directors of the International Certificate in Collaborative and Dialogic Practices Program in the world.
In addition, its special location, the Canary Islands, a not only geographical but also cultural bridge between Latin America, Africa and Europe, make this space suited to continue inviting us to think and act from the local to the global. We maintain our traditions and ancestral memories while we feel part of an increasingly interconnected world that has the necessity of new ways of dialogue and collaboration to open up possibilities towards greater social justice.