"Efectos psicosociales de la cultura de la impunidad e Internacionalización de la experiencia argentina en prácticas contrahegemónicas de DDHH"

"Efectos psicosociales de la cultura de  la  impunidad e Internacionalización de la experiencia argentina en prácticas contrahegemónicas de DDHH"

A talk on human rights in Argentina lead by Dr. Diana Kordon and Dr. Dario Lagos.

Friday, June 06, 2014
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Bunche Hall 11377

Dr. Diana Kordon and Dr. Darío Lagos are two internationally recognized activists of Human Rights. They actively participate in different forums for Human Rights in Europe, Latin America, Asia, and they have founded EATIP (Equipo Argentino de Trabajo e Investigación Psicosocial ). EATIP is an Argentine based organization that assists people affected by the violence of military dictatorships, and by new forms of political and social repression affecting community groups vulnerable to psycho-social problems.

They also are well known for their pivotal assistance to the Madres de Plaza de Mayo (as the coordinators of the Equipo de Asistencia Psicológica de Madres de Plaza de Mayo). Their research and clinical agendas address the psycho-social and clinical effects of dictatorship’s and post-dictatorship’s cultures of impunity, and torture with a special focus on Latin Americas Southern Cone.

Among their publications are:
Efectos Psicológicos de la Represión Política. "Torture in Argentina" in "Torture and its Consequences" (Cambridge University Press).
Efectos Psicosociales de la Represión Política. Sus secuelas en Alemania, Argentina y Uruguay", "La Impunidad. Una perspectiva psicosocial y clínica".
“La memoria histórica: los hijos de los desaparecidos” in Memoria colectiva y políticas de olvido.
"Transmisión del Trauma. El caso argentino" in "International Handbook of Multigenerational Legacies of Trauma".
"Forced Disappearance, A Particular form of torture" in Caring for Victims of Torture.
“Paisajes del Dolor, Senderos de Esperanza Salud Mental y Derechos Humanos en el Cono Sur”.
“Efectos Psicológicos y Psicosociales de la represión política y la impunidad”.
“Por-venires de la Memoria” in Ediciones Madres de Plaza de Mayo.

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Cost: Free and open to the public

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Download File: 06-06-2014-Derechos-humanos-pk-iuh.pdf

Sponsor(s): Center for Southern Cone Studies, Center for Argentina, Chile, and the Southern Cone