On 29, 30 November and 1 December 2023, the 1st International Conference on African and Decolonial Studies: contributions to the deconstruction of academic thought was held at the Faculty of Psychology, where members of the CESPYD team participated as the organising committee and made scientific contributions.
To overcome the Eurocentric vision of the research proposed by contemporary academia, this conference aims to generate spaces for exchange on decolonial studies and African and diaspora thought. It aims to approach both theoretical concepts, born from the academy of the global South, and practical experiences, to contribute new methodologies and social theories for the deconstruction of academic thought.
The event was a success, with the participation of teachers, researchers and students from all over the world, who shared and enjoyed a space for reflection and learning.
Here you can view the communication “Barreras y Facilitadores de la Salud Mental de Madres Migrantes de Origen Africano en las Sociedades Receptoras: Una Revisión Sistemática”, de Belén Aguilera, Julia Jiménez y Virginia Paloma:
For more information, you can visit the official website: https://www.madafrica.es/congreso-estudios-africanos-decoloniales/