Responding to COVID – Trauma and Recovery

“Responding to COVID: Trauma and Recovery” has been announced as the second panel to be presented at The Asian Conference on Ethics, Religion & Philosophy (ACERP2022), held concurrently with The 12th Asian Conference on Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences (ACP2022).

Panelists that have been chosen to discuss this topic will be announced over the coming weeks, follow the conference websites and social media pages for more information.

The ACERP/ACP2022 Organising Committee is currently calling for papers to be presented at the event. Submit your abstracts by January 14, 2022 to participate.

To participate in ACERP/ACP2022 as an audience member, please register for the conference.


Responding to COVID – Trauma and Recovery

The coronavirus pandemic had an enormous impact on the lives of billions of people simultaneously across the globe, disrupting and straining many of the relationships and support structures that are the sinews of society. Lockdowns exacerbated cases of loneliness and isolation, domestic abuse, and suicides, and shutdowns adversely affected huge economic losses. Many elderly died alone, while children lost precious months and years of the education so crucial to the building of lives. Fear and anxiety became prevalent as 2020 and 2021 became years of collective disruption and trauma. We are only just beginning to come to terms with the enormous ramifications of the pandemic and the first collective trauma of the globalised era.

In this plenary panel, a group of experts will look at the damage that has been done, as well as the lessons we might learn as we seek to recover.

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