Partners in Confronting Collective Atrocities 2019

Partners in Confronting Collective Atrocities 2019
*Open to IPA members and candidates. Candidates are considered "students" and pay a reduced price for the conference, including board and tuition.*
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80 Years after the onset of World War II and a period of relative prosperity, the fallout of the Holocaust is still potently afflicting individuals and nations, determining anxieties, modes of coping, interpersonal relationships, national and international dynamics.

Once more we witness the rise of anti-Semitism, coupled with ideological terrorism, civil wars, and the European refugee influx. This conference addresses the specific and global factors which suggest that history may be repeating itself.

This experiential PCCA conference is a unique opportunity to explore the impact of past traumas and the transgenerational transmission of trauma, on present difficulties. It is relevant to anyone afflicted by these past events who recognizes the importance of getting out from under their pervasive influence and of doing it in the presence of the Other, so as to move forward.
Partners in Confronting Collective Atrocities (PCCA) applies Group Relations methodology to tensions and traumas arising from societal conflicts – such as Germans and Jews, Israelis and Palestinians, East and West Europe – by exploring the experience of participants, aided by an highly qualified international staff.

The first "Nazareth conference" was launched twenty-five years ago.

This 12th conference in the Nazareth series is directed by Mira Erlich-Ginor.
Dear Prospective Participant,

If you recognize in yourself that you are carrying the residues of past atrocities, either as one who participated in or as the carrier of the trans-generational transmission of such traumas, and if you share the assumption that this burden is influencing present events on personal, national and international levels, you may wish to benefit from participating in PCCA’s next conference.

This experiential conference provides an opportunity to recognize the influence of the Holocaust and other atrocities on the present and to do this work in the presence of the Other in order to move on and get out from under their pervasive influence. If we do not recognize what haunts and influences us as individuals and members of our societies, we are doomed to repeat our history. If this resonates with you, you are welcome to join us in this unique opportunity of shared work.

I hope to see you,

9/11/2019 - 9/16/2019
Forest Park Hotel CYPRUS