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History of Human Rights Summits for the International Council of Psychologists 
“Endangered People and Children World Summits”

Chaired by Dr. Sandra Neil and also Organiser and Symposia Contributor

1. 1986
Round Table Human Rights Conference with Area Chair Present. International Council of Psychologists Annual Conference, Tel Aviv Israel.

2. 1988
Papers presented at the 46th Annual Convention of the International Council of Psychologists, Republic of Singapore, 21 - 25 August 1988
"Health, Psychology, Stigma, Social Identity and Body Image - Some suggestions for Health Professionals".
Papers also presented at this Conference “Peace & the World” with C. Harari of Humanistic Psychology Centre, New York, USA, T. Iritani, Tokyo University, Japan, A. S. Patel, Bardo, India, and Dr. Sandra E.S. Neil, Melbourne, Australia - "International Psychology's Contribution to World Peace - Round Table Symposia”

3. 1991
Endangered People and Children World Summit: The Legacy and the Challenge, 49th Annual Convention of the International Council of Psychologists, San Francisco CA, USA.

4. 1995
Endangered People and Children World Summit: The Legacy and the Challenge, 53rd Annual Convention of the International Council of Psychologists. Conference Theme: Cross Cultural Encounters. Tapei, Taiwan.

5. 1997
"Human Rights Forum: Endangered People and Children World Summit": published in International Journal of Group Tensions, Vol 27: No 4.

6. 1997
Endangered People and Children World Summit: The Legacy and the Challenge, 55thAnnual Convention of the International Council of Psychologists. Conference Theme: Psychologists Facing the Challenge of a Global Culture with Human Rights and Mental Health, Regional Cross Cultural Perspectives on Human Development, Graz Austria

7. 1998
“Endangered People and Children World Summit”: Human Rights Forum chaired by Dr Sandra E.S. Neil at the 56th Annual Convention of the International Council of Psychologists in Melbourne, Australia, 1 - 5 August 1998.

8. 1999
As President of The International Council of Psychologists; “Endangered People and Children World Summit”: Human Rights Forum. 57th Annual Convention of the International Council of Psychologists. The Spiritual side of Psychology at Century’s End, Salem,Massachusetts, USA.

9. 2000
"He Gave Me a Red Poppy": paper presentation by Dr Sandra E.S. Neil as part of the two hour symposium "Transfiguring the Commonplace: When Images Speak and Words Sing," chaired by Professor Stephanie Dudek, at the XXVII International Congress of Psychology, 27 July 2000, Stockholm, Sweden. Other presenters included Dr Robert Silverberg.

10. 2000
As President-Elect of International Council of Psychologists “Endangered People and Children World Summit”: Human Rights Forum, 58th Annual Conference of the International Council of Psychologists. Conference Theme: It’s All About Relationships, Padua, Italy.

11. 2000
"The Family: Microcosm for the World": paper presentation by Dr Sandra E.S. Neil as part of the two hour symposium "Human Rights: Focus on Cultural Norms," convened and chaired by Dr Sandra E.S. Neil, at the XXVII International Congress of Psychology, 28 July 2000, Stockholm, Sweden. Other presenters included Professor Jaswant Khanna, Professor Mukti Khanna, Dr Robert Silverberg.

12. 2001
International Council of Psychologists, “Endangered People and Children World Summit”: Human Rights Forum, 59th Annual Conference of the International Council of Psychologists. Conference Theme: Catching the Future: Women and Men in Global Psychology, Winchester, UK.

13. 2002
“Illusions of Safety Diminished: Endangered People and Children’s Peace Summit 2002”: forum which Dr Sandra E.S. Neil chaired and presented ‘Towards Peace: Penning History with Green Ink (The Colour of Creativity, Partnership and Beauty,’ along with Beth Hedva (USA), Seisoh Sukemune (Japan), and Nabil El-Zahhar (Egypt), at the International Council of Psychologists 60th Annual Convention, 1 – 5 July 2002, Manila, The Philippines.

14. 2003
“Endangered Children and People World Summit,” by the ICP Peace, International Relations and Human Rights Interest Group. This forum was chaired by Dr Sandra Neil. Others who were involved were: Matti Gershenfeld (USA), Chok C.Hiew (Canada), Nabil E. El-Zahhar (Egypt), Beth Hedva (Canada), Joy Rice (USA), Dr Amos Alao (Botswanna) at the 61st Annual Convention, International Council of Psychologists; Mental Health for Today’s World, 11-14 August, 2003, Toronto, Canada.

15. 2004
“Peace Between, Peace Amongst & Peace Within,” by the International Council of Psychologists International Relations and Human Rights Interest Group. This forum was chaired by Dr Sandra Neil. Others who were involved were: Dr Matti Gershenfeld (USA), Dr Nabil E. El-Zahhar (Egypt), Dr Beth Hedva (Canada), Dr Natidavid Dyan (Philippines), Dr Joy Rice (USA), Dr Edith Grothberg (USA), Prof Florence Denmark (USA), Dr Jaswant Khanna (USA), Prof Noah Milgram (Israel), Dr Amos Alao (Botswanna &, Dr Itah Kandjii-Murangi (Namibia, South Africa). For the 62nd Annual Convention, International Council of Psychologists; Making A Difference In The Lives Of Others, 3rd- 6th August, 2004, Jinan, China.

16. 2005
“Endangered People and Children: Peace, International Relations and Human Rights World Summit,” a symposium chaired by Dr Sandra E.S. Neil at the 63rd Annual Convention, International Council of Psychologists; 16th 20th July 2005, Foz De Iguacu, Brazil. Other participants in this forum were: Dr Matti Gershenfeld (USA), Dr Chok Hiew (Canada), Dr Amos Alao (Botswana), Dr Natidavid Dyan (Philippines), Dr Joy Rice (USA), Dr Edith Grothberg (USA) and Prof Noah Milgram (Israel). Dr. Neil’s presentation was entitled “Human Rights and Responsibilities in the Family: A Transgenerational Approach to Positive Change in Families.”

17. 2006
“Endangered People and Children: Peace, International Relations and Human Rights World Summit,” a symposium group chaired by Dr Sandra E.S. Neil at the 64th Annual Convention, International Council of Psychologists; 10th 13th July 2004, Kos, Greece. Other participants in this forum were: Dr Matti Gershenfeld (USA), Professor Florence Denmark (USA), Dr Amos Alao (Botswana), Dr Natidavid Dyan (Philippines), Dr Edith Grothberg (USA), Dr. Beth Hedva (Canada) and Prof Noah Milgram (Israel). Dr. Neil’s presentation was entitled “Human Rights and Responsibilities in the Family and the Nation in Crisis: Satir Approach to Positive Change in Families and in National Disasters”.

18. 2006
Dayan N., Grotberg E., Roth R., Hiew C., and Bernardo A.B., (Eds) (2006) Making a Difference in the Life of Others. Proceedings of the 62nd Annual Convention International Council of Psychologists August 3-6, 2004, Jinan, China, II. International Friendship Global Summit: Peace Between, Peace Amongst, and Peace Within, Introduction & Conclusion pp 41-43; Families and International Global Peace: “Green not Red: Peace Begins within the Family” pp 49-65, Shaker Verlag, ISBN 3-8322-5546-X

19. 2007
65th Annual Convention, The International Council of Psychologists, August 11-14, 2007, San Diego, USA: Accepted to give oral presentation entitled “Peace Begins Within the Family: The ‘New’ New Australians”. Also invited to be Chairperson to represent the Australian perspective “Endangered People and Children: World Round Table Summit” Other participants in this forum were: Co-Chair- Dr Nabil El-Zahhar, Discussant- Dr Robert Silverberg, Presenters, Professor Emerita Florence Denmark (USA), Dr Edith Henderson Grothberg (USA), Dr Ann O’Roark (USA), Professor Noach Milgram (Israel), Dr Lugwig Lowenstein (United Kingdom).

20. 2010
68th Annual convention, Keynote Address Dr S E Neil, The International Council of Psychologists, August 3-7, 2010, Chicago, USA: Invited Address entitled “Enhancing Family Values”.

21. 2010
Melbourne World Peace Summit 2010, International Relations And Human Rights, The International Council Of Psychologists International Relations and Human Rights World Summit presented as a program within the 27th Congress Of The International Association Of Applied Psychologists, July 11th-16th Melbourne,” a symposium group chaired by Dr Sandra E.S. Neil. Other participants in this forum included co-chair – Dr Robert Morgan (USA), Discussant – Dr Robert L.N. Silverberg (Australia), Dr Ann Marie O’Roark (USA), Dr Ludwig Lowenstein (United Kingdom), Professor Sherri McCarthy (USA), Professor Emerita Florence Denmark,(USA), Professor Anna Laura Comunian (Italy),Dr Sandra E Neil (Australia)

22. 2013
Jakarta, Indonesia World Peace Summit 2013, The Endangered People and Children Human Rights World Summit from The International Council of Psychologists, International Relations and Human Rights Interest Group presented as a program within the 71st annual ICP July 3rd - 7th Jakarta, Indonesia. Chair Dr Sandra Neil. Discussant Dr Robert Silverberg, Co-Chairs are Prof. Dr. Roswith Roth (Austria), and Dr. Natividad Dayan (Philippines). Presenters Prof. Dr. Sarlito Sarwono (INDONESIA), Dr. Tara Pir (USA), Prof. Dr Roswith Roth (Austria), Dr. Natividad A. Dayan,(Philippines), Dr Sandra Eileen Neil, PhD (Psychology), (Australia), Dr L F Lowenstein Ph.D (United Kingdom), Dr Julia Rose (United Kingdom).

23. 2015
Toronto, Canada World Peace Summit 2015, “The Endangered People and Children Human Rights World Summit”, The International Council of Psychologists, International Relations and Human Rights Interest Group presented as a program within the 73rd annual ICP Conference 1st – 3rd August Toronto, Canada. Chair: Dr Sandra E.S. Neil PhD, MA, BEd, BA, FAPS (Australia), Discussant: Emerita Professor Dr. Florence Denmark (USA), Presenters: Professor. Dr. Roswith Roth, Universität Graz, Institut für Psychologie (Austria), Professor Dr Anna Laura Comunian Professor at the Department of General Psychology University of Padua (Italy), Professor Dr. Machiko Fukahara (Japan), Dr. Sandra E. Neil PhD, MA, BEd, BA, FAPS (Australia), Professor John Thoburn Ph.D., A.B.P.P. (USA), Dr. Robert L Silverberg M.D. FAAP (Australia), Dr. Justina Aire PhD Professor of Psychology (West Indies).

24. 2016
Yokohama, Japan World Peace Summit 2016, “The Endangered People and Children Human Rights Wold Summit for The International Council of Psychologists, International Relations and Human Rights Interest Group presented as a program within the 74th Annual ICP Conference, “Psychology for World Equality, Access and Well-being”, 22-25th July, 2016, Yokohama, Japan. Chair: Dr Sandra E.S. Neil PhD, MA, BEd, BA, FAPS (Australia), Discussant: Emerita Professor Dr. Florence Denmark (USA), Presenters: Professor. Dr. Roswith Roth, Universität Graz, Institut für Psychologie (Austria), Dr. Sandra E. Neil PhD, MA, BEd, BA, FAPS (Australia), Dr. Dietrich Albert, Department of Psychology; University of Graz, Knowledge Technologies Institut; Graz University of Technology, Graz/Austria (Austria), & Dr. Robert L Silverberg M.D. FAAP (Australia)

25. 2017
New York, USA World Peace Summit 2017, “The Endangered People and Children Human Rights Wold Summit for The International Council of Psychologists, International Relations and Human Rights Interest Group presented as a program within the 75th Annual ICP Conference, “Psychology's Contribution to People, the Planet, and the World”, 28-30th July, 2017, New York, USA. Chair: Dr Sandra E.S. Neil PhD, MA, BEd, BA, FAPS (Australia), Discussant: Emerita Professor Dr. Florence Denmark (USA), Presenters: Dr. Sandra E. Neil PhD, MA, BEd, BA, FAPS (Australia), Professor Dr. Machiko Fukuhara (Japan), Professor Dr. R. Roth Universität Graz, Institut für Psychologie (Austria), Dr. Ann Marie O’Roark(USA), Mrs. Sofia Sousa (Australia), Associate Professor Dr. Andrew Simon, (USA) Dr. Chris Mulchay (USA). Recorder for The Journal: Dr. Robert L Silverberg M.D. FAAP (Australia & USA).

26. 2018
Montreal, Canada “The Endangered People and Children Human Rights Wold Summit for The International Council of Psychologists, International Relations and Human Rights Interest Group presented as a program within the 76th Annual ICP Conference, “Human Rights, Dignity and Justice”, 23-26th June, 2018, Montreal, Canada. Chair: Professor Dr. R. Roth Universität Graz, Institut für Psychologie (Austria), Discussant: Emerita Professor Dr. Florence Denmark (USA), Presenters: Dr. Sandra E. Neil PhD, MA, BEd, BA, FAPS (Australia), Professor Dr. R. Roth Universität Graz, Institut für Psychologie (Austria), Professor Dr. Machiko Fukuhara (Japan), Dr. Swati Bajpai, M.A, Ph.D, SRF (India), Dr Josephine Tan, Ph.D., C. Psych (Canada). Dr. Chris Mulchay (USA) Professor Dr Anna Laura Comunian (Italy), Dr Naoki Asazuma, M.D. (Japan).

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