The Psychology and Human Rights Webinar Series present hour-long explorations of the relation between psychology and human rights on a variety of substantive topics. Webinars are available for teaching and learning about human rights history, application and use.

Upcoming Webinars

October 31, 2023 – 10 am EST, 4 pm CET: Stephen Marks, Helen Verdeli and Sandra Willis: Human Rights and Mental Health

Webinar Library


September 2023

Nora Sveaass and Pau Perez Sales –
Torture and the Role of the Psychology Profession

Moderator: Aimee Karam
Hosts: Marlena Plavšić, Merry Bullock


June 2023

Brigitte Khoury and Julie Hakim-Larson –
Human Rights and Forced Migration – Psychological Contributions

Moderator: Aimee Karam
Hosts: Marlena Plavšić, Merry Bullock

April 2023

Tony Wainwright and George Ulrich –
Human Rights and the Professional Psychology Identity

Moderator: Aimee Karam
Hosts: Elison Santos, Merry Bullock

February 2023

Rashmi Jaipal and Ayorkor Gaba –
Human Rights Through a Cultural Lens

Moderator: Elison Santos
Hosts: Marlena Plavšić, Merry Bullock

November 2022
Kerstin Søderstrøm and Ragnhild Dybdahl, Norway

Playing Together: Children’s Human Rights and Psychology

Moderators Aimee Karam, Lebanon; Marlena Plavšić, Croatia

Host: Merry Bullock, USA/Estonia

September 2022
Janel Gauthier, Laval University, Canada
Carole Sinclair, Canada

Human Rights and Psychological Ethics: Working Together for a Better World

Moderators Elisón Santos, Brazil; Marlena Plavšić, Croatia

July 2022
Saths Cooper, South Africa

Psychology and Human Rights Through the Ages

Moderators Tony Wainwright, UK; Marlena Plavšić, Croatia

July 2022
Ulrich Wagner, Germany

Flight and Human Rights

Moderator Tony Wainwright, UK

March 2022
Silvia Canetto, Italy/USA
Shawn Burn, USA

Women and Human Rights: Concepts, Debates and Implications for Psychology

January 2022
Nora Sveaass, Norway
Mike Wessells, USA

Human RIghts: How Do They Matter for the Profession of Psychology?