Forthcoming text book Psychology for human rights: Human Rights Education for Psychologists

This textbook will be published by Routledge - likely publishing date is 2020. Below are the chapter headings and educational material that will be associated wth each chapter. This material is likely to be revised and so please regard this as work in progress. In addtion, all titles are provisional.

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Chapter 1 Core human rights principles for psychologists, psychologists’ role in the realisation of human rights. Authors: Polli Hagenaars and Ava Thompson

 

Chapter 2 Human rights – how do they matter for the profession of psychology?  Authors: Nora Sveaass and Michael Wessells

 

Chapter 3 Main Human Rights Instruments and Bodies, relevant for Psychologists’ Interventions.  Authors: Manfred Nowak and Anna Zenz

 

 

Chapter 4 Human Rights: Cross-national and cross-cultural perspectives. Author: R.C. Tripathi

 

 

Chapter 5 Migration – psychological contributions that might help to improve the Human Rights situation. Author: Ulrich Wagner

 

 

Chapter 6 Gender, sexual violence and armed conflict; Bosnian experiences. Author: Inger Skjelsbæk

 

 

Chapter 7 Human Rights and Professional Identity. Author: George Ulrich and Tony Wainwright

 

 

Chapter 8 Psychology and Human Rights, Chile 1973- 2018. Author: Elizabeth Lira

 

 

Chapter 9 Indigenous Communities facing Environmental Racism: Decolonial Exploration of Human Rights, Resilience, and Resistance in Palestinian communities of the West Bank and the Mapuche of Chile. Authors: Devin G. Atallah and Michael Ungar

 

 

Chapter 10 Use and misuse of psychological science, knowledge and research. Author: Giovanna Leone

 

Chapter 11Torture and the role of psychological profession. Authors: Pau Pérez-Sales, Nora Sveaass

 

Chapter 12 Universal Human Rights – Except for some. Author: Paul D’Alton

 

Chapter 13 Human rights and health. Author: Nimisha Patel

 

Chapter 14 Playing together: The Convention on the Rights of the Child and child psychology. Author: Kerstin Soderstrom

 

Chapter 15  The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the Challenge to Treatment without Consent. Authors: Bernadette McSherry and Lisa Waddington

 

Chapter 16 Human rights in business and employment: Promoting the right to work and keeping a look to avoid violations of human rights at work.Authors: Kathleen Otto1, Martin Mabunda Baluku2, Ulrike Fasbender3, & Ute-Christine Klehe3

 

 

Chapter 17  Planning Human Rights Education for Psychologists. Authors: Felisa Tibbitts and Polli Hagenaars

 

 

Chapter 18 Human rights education for psychologists as a means for enhancing social justice. Author: Vera Ćubela Adorić

 

 

Chapter 19 Competences for human rights practice of psychologists.Authors: Artemis Giotsa & Marlena Plavšić