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Webinar: Brian Powers on moral injury in film, television and pop culture

This webinar will be held on Tuesday 4 June 2024 at 7pm BST | 8pm CEST | 11am PDT | 2pm EDT.
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Afghanistan Veterans: Moral Injury and Righting Wrongs

In April 2024 we had the pleasure of hosting a photography exhibition entitled Afghanistan Veterans: Moral Injury and Righting Wrongs.
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Our recent conference

In early April 2024 we were delighted to be joined by 50 academics, clinicians, chaplains and others to discuss moral injury in European and international contexts.
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Application deadline approaching for the DThM

The DThM is a professional doctorate in theology likely to be of particular interest to chaplains and clergy. It offers the chance to do a research project at doctoral level, for example on moral injury.
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Our March 2024 webinar: "The radicality of listening to stories: How to listen to a war story"

By Joshua T. Morris | Tuesday 5 March at 7pm GMT (UK time) | 8pm CET | 2pm EST
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Programme information available and registration open for April's conference

Narratives of Moral Injury in European and International Contexts: 8-10 April 2024 in Durham, UK

Research news

We are pleased to share an update on our research.
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January webinar: Moral injury and families

All welcome at this webinar taking place on Monday 29 January 2024 at 7pm GMT | 2pm EST.

Call for Papers: Narratives of Moral Injury in European and International Contexts

We are delighted to announce the details of our next conference, an interdisciplinary event taking place in person in Durham, UK, on 8-10 April 2024.

December webinar: Prof. Sara de Jong: From moral injury to moral redemption? Afghanistan veterans’ advocacy on behalf of Afghan interpreters

Thursday 14 December 2023 | 7pm GMT (UK time) | 8pm CET | 11am PST | 12noon MST | 1pm CST | 2pm EST
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Remembrance 2023

It was touching to see so many people devoting some of their Friday evening to Remembrance last week.
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Join us for a talk by Brian Powers in honour of Remembrance Day

The Truth Untold: Remembrance and Moral Injury | 7pm-8pm on Friday 10 November 2023 in person in Durham Castle
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