Thu, Dec 5, 2019

1. European Semester of Psychology

Now: European Semester of Psychology in UKRAINE

July 1 - Dec 31, 2019

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European Semester of Psychology in Ukraine

July - December 2019:

https://npa-ua.org/en/european-semester-of-psychology/

 

All activities of the European Semester were confirmed by the universities and institutions of Kyiv, Kharkiv, Odessa, Dnipro, Zhytomyr, Sumy, Ternopil, Lutsk.

A number of international, European and local events are scheduled. We call on the working groups and committees of EFPA to hold meetings in Ukraine late in the year.

Your arrival and involvement in the partnership-building process with Europe and the world will enhance the further development of Ukranian psychology.

After three revolutions (Revolution on Granite 1990, Orange Revolution 2004, Revolution of Dignity 2013-2014) we finally realized, that we have to move forward without great expectation for outside help.  

We are waiting for the goodwill and support for desire to become colleagues, co-authors of our common European psychological history.

Welcome to Ukraine!  

more on our website here   

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Countries that organised or will organise the European Semester of Psychology

  • Portugal : July - December 2015
  • Turkey: January - June 2016
  • Germany : July - December 2016
  • Switzerland: January - June 2017
  • Czech Republic: July - December 2017
  • United Kingdom: January - June 2018
  • Cyprus: July - December 2018
  • EFPA Head Office: January - June 2019
  • Ukraine: July - December 2019
  • Serbia: January - July 2020

European Semester of Psychology: Members Associations are invited to organise a European Semester of Psychology in their country. They can opt to be organizer or steward or leader of a European Semester (ES) of 6 months.

Aim:

Create common space for European Psychology that would greatly facilitate knowledge sharing and joint activities, which would in their turn stimulate the development of a European identity among psychologists in Europe.

Activities : 

Activities that raise the level of involvement of Member Associations in European matters, and produce a greater understanding of and support for EFPA activities

In this ES our member associations would be expected to organize a number of events, such as: 

  • Present information on history of the country, history of psychology, history of links with Europe and rest of the world, recent contributions to psychology.
  • Organization of research, teaching (incl. curricula), health care, psychological practice.
  • Key information on the association itself, how it is organized, which services it provides to its members.
  • Host a Presidents Council meeting.
  • Have a website explaining Europe and EFPA to members in the country.
  • Have a web-space within EFPA with the above information.
  • Organize additional events, like study visits of foreign colleagues.