Sagy, S. (2015, September 20). How does our sense of national coherence influence our openness/acceptance of the "other": Before and after Tzuk Eitan. Presented at Conference: Racism excludes Democracy – Learning from History, Stopping the Present, Seminar HaKibbutzim, Ramat Gan.

Kalagy, T. (2015, July). Opinions and perceptions of adolescents from different religious movements towards war and peace during a violent confrontation and their connection with anxiety reactions. 36th Annual Conference of the Stress and Anxiety Research Society (STAR), Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv.

Kalagy, T & Srour, A. (2015, May). Collective narratives of religious minority groups in Israel: ultra-Orthodox and National Religious. The Annual Conference of the Israeli Political Science, Ashkelon Academic College, Ashkelon.

Sagy, S. (2015, April 24). Can we empathize with the suffering of our enemy? A small step in the long way towards reconciliation. Invited lecture presented at the Congress in memory of Victor Frankl, April 24th, 2015, Bad Worishofen.

Sagy, S. (2015, March). Coping, conflict, and culture: The salutogenic approach in research among adolescents. Invited lecture at the Department of Psychology, University of Zurich, Switzerland.

Kalagy, T. (2015, February 24-25). The perception of collective narratives of my community and that of the "other": The case of Ultra-Orthodox and National Religious. The 46 Annual conference of the Israeli Sociology Society, Kinneret College, Tzemach.

Srour, A. (2015, February 24-25). Sense of community coherence and its relationship to collective narratives and the perceptions of in and out groups: A comparative study of conflicts in a variety of social contexts. Presented at the 46th Conference of The Israeli Sociologist Association, Kinneret College, Tzemach.

Srour, A. (2015, January 19-20). Sense of community coherence among Palestinian Christians and it’s relation to openness towards the “other.” Presented at Palestinian Christian Identities in Israel: New Trends of Research, Jerusalem.

Ben David, Y. & Sternberg, M. (2015, January 12-14). Encountering the suffering of the other in a conflict: an invitation to internal dialogue within ourselves in conflicted relations. Presented at International Conference: Bridging Theory and Practice of Creative Conflict Engagement, Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan.

Sarid, A. & Benheim, S. (2015, January 12-14). Perceptions of collective narratives and willingness to reconcile. Presented at International Conference: Bridging Theory and Practice of Creative Conflict Engagement, Bar Ilan University, Tel Aviv.

Sarid, A., Benheim, S., & Srour, A. (2015, January 7-8). Perceptions of collective narratives – results from quantitative research. Presented at the Intercultural Inclusion in Education Systems and in Society: “Not in My Back Yard (NIMBY)”, Oranim, Israel: a joint initiative of a consortium of three colleges: Beit-Berl College, Oranim College and Rhode Island College (USA). 

Ben David, Y. & Sternberg, M. (2014, November 16-17). Encountering the suffering of the other in a conflict: an invitation to internal dialogue within ourselves in conflicted relations. Presented at the International Conference at the Minerva Center for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, Tel-Aviv University, Tel Aviv.

Sarid, A. (2014, November 16-17). Perceptions of collective narratives and willingness to reconcile. Presented at the International Conference at the Minerva Center for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, Tel-Aviv University, Tel Aviv.

Ben David, Y. & Sternberg, M. (2014, July 4-7). Encountering the suffering of the other in a conflict: An invitation to internal dialogue within ourselves in conflicted relations. Presented at the International Society of Political Psychology Annual Meeting, Rome, Italy.

Leshem, B. (2104, July 4-7). Perceptions of honor and dignity as potential facilitators in advancing willingness to reconcile between groups. Presented at the International Society of Political Psychology Annual Meeting, Rome, Italy.

Sarid, A. & Benheim, S. (2014, July 4-7). Perceptions of collective narratives and willingness to reconcile. Presented at the International Society of Political Psychology Annual Meeting, Rome, Italy.

Sagy, S. (2014, January 5-6). Coping, conflict, and culture. Invited lecture presented at NATO Meeting, Tel Hai College, Tel Hai, Israel.

Srour, A. & Sagy, S. (2013, July). Perceptions of collective narratives as a tool in measuring intergroup relations: Comparison of three conflicts. Presented at the International Society of Political Psychology Annual Meeting, Herzilia.

Kalagy, T. (2013, June). Snapshot of the educational status of Bedouin women of the Negev. Efrata College, Jerusalem.

Kalagy, T. (2013, May). Changing trends of the academic status of religious women in Israel. Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan.

Kalagy, T. (2103, May). Between incitement and appeasement – Changing attitudes to ultra-Orthodox society in face of increasing academisation in the last decade. The Annual Conference of Political Science, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem.

Sagy, S. & Mana, A. (July, 2011). Collective narratives and identity strategies of Palestinian Muslims and Christians in Israel. A paper presented at ISPP conference. Istanbul, Turkey. Also at: Political Psychology and decision making Harvard – IDC conference (November, 2011), IDC, Herzlia.

Sagy, S. (May, 2011). Coping, conflict and culture. Invited keynote lecture presented at the 4th International Research Seminar on Salutogenesis, West University, Sweden.

Sagy, S. (February, 2011). Promoting health environments: The salutogenic approach. Invited lecture at Health Promoting Environments Conference. Haifa University.

Sagy, S., (July 2010). Structural sources in contributing to the development of Sense of Coherence. An invited lecture at the IUHPE (International Union of the Health Prevention and Education). Geneva, Switzerland.

Sagy, S., Braun-Lewensohn, O., (June, 2010). Coping resources as explanatory factors of stress reactions during missile attack comparing Jewish and Arab Bedouin adolescents in Israel. An International conference of Minerva Center for Human Rights on protection of children and family during armed conflict, Jerusalem, Israel.

Sagy, S. (March, 2010). Coping with stress in a conflictual reality: Findings of research employing the salutogenic approach. A key note lecture presented at the Ben Gurion University of the Negev and Efshar – The Association for the Development of Social and Educational Services, conference on "Coping with stress in Israeli society". Beer-Sheva, Israel.

Sagy, S. (September, 2009). Legitimization and feelings towards the narrative of the “other”: among Arab and Jewish adolescents. Results of a longitudinal study. Invited lecture at the small group meeting on resolving societal conflicts and building peace: Socio-psychological dynamics. Neve-Ilan, Israel. Also at the Swiss Center for Conflict Resolution, The Hebrew University (May, 2010) "Media, psychology and presentations in asymmetric conflict" conference. 

Sagy, S. (2009, September). Adolescents under rocket fire: When are coping resources significant in reducing emotional distress? International Conference of the Psycho-Social Implications of Terror Events: Theoretical and Clinical Perspectives. The Interdisciplinary Center, Herzlya.

Sagy, S. (July, 2009) Perceptions of the “other’s” narrative among Palestinian and Israeli adolescents. Presented at Faculty of Education, University of Hamburg, Germany.

Sagy, S., (May, 2009). “On the origin of salutogenesis” Invited key note lecture presented at the International Union for Health Promotion and Education: Second Conference on Salutogenesis. Helsinki, Finland.

Sagy, S. (2009, January). The perceptions of the narrative of the “other” among young Israeli Jews and Arabs: Results of a longitudinal study. “Walls” Conference. Bar-Ilan University, Tel-Aviv.

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