International Conference on Mental Health and Addictions
Objective/Aims of the Conference: This conference therefore invites you for ethical engagement meant to work closely with communities that continue to suffer from mental health and addictions before and after COVID-19, to start asking questions of how we need to create capacity building, mobilize knowledge, and take social responsibility and action toward preparing marginalized communities in a world of pandemic. We invite communities, governments, policy maker and scholars to tell their stories in ways that will help qualify our pandemic health indexing.
- How has COVID-19 affected marginalized communities in terms of mental health and addiction?
- How have health measures to curb COVID-19 helped or exacerbated mental health and addictions among marginalized communities?
- How can scientific measures to address pandemic embrace local knowledges, and capacities towards flattening the pandemic curves?
- How can the government and communities prepare for the new normal of world pandemics?
Deadline for submission: 31st December, 2023
Email your abstract to [email protected]
- Climate change, pandemics, and mental health
- Social media and pandemics
- Intersectional pandemics and world valuation
- Pandemics and social anxieties
- Protocol and governmentality of pandemics and mental health and addictions
- Substance use and harm reduction in pandemics.
- Neoliberalism and profit intensification of pandemics
- Social justice in the age of pandemics
- Anti-racism and pandemics
- Agency and resiliency
- Schooling and education
Date: Apr 25 – 26 2024
Location: Online or in-person
Algoma University – Creekbank Site, 5110 Creekbank Road Mississauga, ON