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Past CICAs  (click titles to see more)


1. BRAIN AND AGGRESSION

Seville, 23-24 May 1983

6 participants from 3 countries: E, USA, Mex


2. AGGRESSION IN CHILDREN

Seville, 25  April 1984

7 participants from 5 countries: E, UK, I, Pl, Mex


3. CONFLICT AMONG POPULATIONS

Seville, 14 May 1984

5 participants from 2 countries: E, USA


4. PARENTAL CARE AND AGGRESSION

Seville, 20 May 1985

15 participants from 7 countries: E, USA, Mex, UK, F, Jp, Pl, Nl


5. PHARMACOLOGY OF AGGRESSION

Seville, 20 May 1985

13 participants from 8 countries: E, USA, Mex, UK, URSS, Pl, Nl, Israel


6. PSYCHOBIOLOGY OF PEACE

Seville, 12-16 May 1986

43 participants from 15 countries: E, USA, Mex, UK, D, Pl, Jp, Finland, Bolivia, India, Kenya, Philippines, Australia, URSS, Kuwait


7. BIOLOGY AND VIOLENCE

Seville, 10-16 May 1986

29 participants from 13 countries: E, USA, Mex, UK, D, Pl, Jp, Finland, India, Kenya, Australia, URSS, Kuwait


8. CLINICAL ASPECTS OF AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR

Seville, 23 April 1987

17 participants from 5 countries: E, USA, Sweden, Finland, Nl


9. TERRORISM AND MASS-MEDIA

Seville, 25-27 February 1988

17 participants from 9 countries: E, USA, D, Nl, Sweden, Finland, Costa Rica, Canada, Argentina


10. COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY OF AGGRESSION

Santiago de Chile, 15-17 December 1988

13 participants from 5 countries: E, UK, Mex, Argentina, Chile


11. PSYCHOBIOLOGY AND AGGRESSION: RESEARCH TECHNIQUES

Seville, January - April 1989

13 participants from 5 countries: E, Mex, Pl, F, Sweden, Canada


12. BIOLOGY OF THE AGGRESSION

Bogota (Colombia), 21-23 June 1990

14 participants from 4 countries: E, Mex, USA, Colombia


13. COMMEMORATION OF THE SEVILLE STATEMENT ON VIOLENCE

Universal Expo Seville, 25  June 1992

5 participants from 3 countries: E, Mex, USA


14. ALTERNATIVES TO VIOLENCE

Cape Town (South Africa), 27-29 August 1993

31 participants from 7 countries: E, Denmark, Pl, I, Israel, Cameroon, ZA


15. CROSS-CULTURAL APPROACH TO AGGRESSION

Miraflores de la Sierra (Spain), 7-9 July 2000

50 participants from 20 countries: E, Mex, UK, USA, Canada, D, Dk, F, FS, Nl, Pl, P, I, Iran, Israel, India. Jp, Nigeria, Russia, ZA


16. FROM AGGRESION TO PEACE: A DIALOGUE INTER CIVILISATIONS

Colombo (Sri Lanka), 17-19 November 2001


17. THE PHENOMENON OF TERRORISM

La Jolla (California), 9-14 August 2002


18. VIOLENCE BY ARMED NON-STATE GROUPS

Andalo (Italy), 11-18 January 2004


19. HELLAS CICA ON BRAIN AND AGGRESSION

Rhodes (Greece), 14-17 September 2004

38 participants from 19 countries: E, England, Scotland, USA, Ca, D, Dk, F, Greece, Hungary, NL, Turkey, Palestine, I, Israel, Jp, Zambia, Russia, ZA


20. ZAMBIA CICA ON PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA

Lusaka (Zambia), 18-20 June 2005

participants from 5 countries: E, Australia, I, Zambia, ZA


21. WAR ON TERROR

Trento (Italy), 8-15 January 2006

20 participants from 6 countries: E, UK, USA, FS, I, Russia, ZA


22. STRESS AND AGGRESSION

Oxford, England), 30 January 2006

8 participants from 4 countries: E, UK, Israel, ZA


23. CATEGORIZING AGGRESSION

Augusta (Georgia), 11-14 January 2007

12 participants from 5 countries: E, USA, B, NL, F


24. AGRESIÓN Y VIOLENCIA: UNA DIMENSIÓN ÉTICA

Mexico City, 6-8 September 2007

40 participants from 6 countries: E, USA, Venezuela, Mex, I, ZA


25. A INTERDISCIPLINARY ANALYSES OF AGGRESSION & TERRORISM

Miraflores de la Sierra (Spain), 27-30 September 2007

120 participants from 28 countries: Austria, B, Bulgaria, D, E, Eire, England, F, Greece, I, Northern Ireland, Pl, Scotland, Slovenia, NL, China, India, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Korea, Nepal,  ZA, Zambia, Ca, USA, Nouvelle Caledonie and Australia.


26. AGGRESSION, TERRORISM, AND HUMAN RIGHTS

Zakopane (Poland), 15-18 July 2008

65 participants from 24 countries: B, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Dk, E, England, Pl, P, Slovenia, NL, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Palestinian Territory, Pakistan, UAE, Nigeria, ZA, Ghana, Gambia, Ca, USA, and Australia.


27. POLITICAL VIOLENCE AND COLLECTIVE AGGRESSION.

Belfast (Northern Ireland) , 2-5 September 2009

80 participants from 25 countries (Ghana, Canada, USA, Germany, Ireland, Nortern Ireland, England, Scottland, Wales, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Netherlands, Greece, Hungary, Norway, Swizerland, Poland, Iraq, Iran, Libanon, Japan, Australia, Estonia, Argentina, South Africa, Zimbabwe)


28. ATTITUDES TOWARD CONFLICT AND AGGRESSION: A CROSS-CULTURAL APPROACH

Bodrum (Turkey), 24-27 September 2009

52 participants from 21 countries: Japan, China, India, Israel, Palestine, Georgia, Iraq, Iran, South Africa, Denmark, United Kingdom , Poland, Hungary, Mexico, Uruguay, U.S.A. Spain, France, Italy, Sweden, and Turkey


  1. 29.AN UPDATE OF THE SSV 25 YEARS LATER?

Storrs, CO (USA), 25-26 July 2010

5 signataires of the SSV from 3 countries (USA, Finland, and Spain)


  1. 30. CONFLICT AND AGGRESSION IN A SOCIETY IN TRANSITION

Leányfalu  (Hungary), 26- 29 August, 2010

30 participants from 13 countries: Laos, South Africa, Denmark, United Kingdom , Poland, Hungary, Mexico, Uruguay, USA. Spain, Italy, and Russia.


  1. 31.AGGRESSION, POLITICAL VIOLENCE AND TERRORISM

Cartagena de Indias (Colombia), 18-20 November 2010

300 participants from 16 countries: Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Spain, United Kingdom, India, South Africa, USA, Canada, Argentina, Perú and Colombia.


  1. 32. Contemporary issues on Violence, Aggression & Terrorism

University of California, Irvine (USA), 7-9th September 2011

50 participants from 26 countries: Denmark, England, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Kosovo, Nortern Ireland, Spain, Sweden, China, Hong Kong, Iran, Laos, Pakistan, Nigeria, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA, Colombia, Nicaragua, Perú and Uruguay.


  1. 33. The  Seville Statement on Violence: twenty-five years later

Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Rome, 22-25 September 2011

40 participants from 16 countries: Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Russia, Spain, United Kingdom, Iran, Egypt, South Africa, New Zealand, USA, and Mexico.


  1. 34.CONFLICT IN A SOCIETY IN TRANSITION

Leányfalu (Hungary), 28-31 May, 2012

organized by the College of Dunaújvaros (Institute of Communication Studies and Education) and CICA

15 participants (econom ists, sociologists, psychologists & political scientists) from 10 countries:

Austria, Hungary, Israel, Mexico, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey, UK, Ukraine, and USA


  1. 35.TERRORISM AND AGGRESSION: TOWARDS INCREASED FREEDOM AND SECURITY

Burgas (Black Sea, Bulgaria), 8-11 September, 2012

organized by St. Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia (Political Science Department)

80 participants from 25 countries: Europe (Albania, Bulgaria, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Moldava, Poland, Rumania, Russia, Spain, and UK), Asia (Hong Kong - China, India, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, and Turkey), Africa (Nigeria and South Africa), America (Colombia and USA), and Oceania (New Zealand)


  1. 36.TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING CONFLICTS, AGGRESSION,  VIOLENCE AND PEACE

Hévis (Hungary), 23-26 June, 2013

organized by Tomori Pál Föiskola and CICA

30 participants from 16 countries: Europe (Denmark, Estonia, Hungary, Italy, Netherland, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Spain, UK, and Ukraine), Asia (Hong Kong - China, and Turkey), Africa (South Africa), and America (Mexico and USA)


  1. 37.CONFLICT AND AGGRESSION: DEVELOPMENTAL AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS 

Zielona Góra (Poland),  22-25 June, 2014

organized by Kazimierz Wielki University of Bydgoszcz and the University of Zielona Góra

100 participants from 16 countries: Europe (Czech Republik, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, and Ukraine), Asia (India, Mongolia, Pakistan, Russia and Syria), Africa (South Africa), and America (Colombia, Canada and USA)


38. A RE-EVALUATION of the Seville Statement on Violence

Querétaro (Mexico), 20-29 October 2014

11 participants from 6 countries: Egypt, Finland, Italy, Spain, Mexico and USA


  1. 39.SECURITY AND DEFENCE: THREATS AN RISKS TO CRITIC INFRASTRUCTURES

Madrid (Spain), 8-9 October 2015

80 participants from 14 countries: Europe (Denmark, France, Italy, Poland, Spain, and Switzerland), Asia (Thailand), Africa (Nigeria, and South Africa), and America (Canada, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Peru, and Uruguay)


  1. 40.VIOLENCE, WAR AND POSTCONFLICT

Bogotá (Colombia), 12-14 November 2015

1200 participants (81 of them in an active way) from 9 countries: Europe (Denmark, Italy, Poland, and Spain), Africa (South Africa), and America (Canada, Colombia, Mexico, and USA)


  1. 41.MAPPING THE CYBERSPACE: An Emerging Priority Challenge

Madrid (Spain), 1-3 June 2016

80 participants from 22 countries: Asia (China, Irán, Nepal, Qatar, Palestine, India), Europe (Russia, Poland, Germany, Croatia, England, Wales, Italy, Spain), Americas (Canada, USA, Colombia, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Venezuela), and Africa (Nigeria, South Africa).






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