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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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November webinar: Slow-Drip Moral Injury: Scope, Empowerment and Relief

By Prof. Esther Reed and Dr Jutta Tobias Mortlock | Monday 13 November 2023 at 7pm GMT (2pm EST)
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23 October webinar: Chaplain Nicola Frail on military moral injury from non-combat experiences

Drawing from her deployments to South Sudan and Afghanistan as a British Army chaplain, Nicola will reflect upon the potential for military moral injury from non-combat experiences.
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New podcast episode: Moral injury in veterinary professions

A new VETchat podcast episode considers situations in which moral injury can be experienced in the veterinary profession, including moral injury in relation to euthanasia, moral injury during the pandemic and moral injury in a sustainability context.
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New podcast episode: Brian Powers talks to Moral Injury International

During the summer our Executive Director Brian Powers was pleased to join the team at Moral Injury International for a conversation now available as part of their podcast series.
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Webinar on 27 September: Bryan Watters on moral injury

"Critical Decision Making and Wrong-Wrong Dilemmas: A case study from UN Peacekeeping in Bosnia"
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Resources from our recent conference now available

In April 2023, around 50 academics, clinicians, chaplains and others gathered in Durham, UK, for our launch conference, on the theme of Transatlantic Perspectives on the Present and Future of Moral Injury. Resources are now available relating to many of the talks.
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New videos available on the ICMI YouTube channel

Discover a variety of talks that have taken place this year discussing moral injury.
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Robbins Lecture 2023

Dr Rita Nakashima Brock (Director of the Shay Moral Injury Center) will give a lecture entitled "Unbinding Souls: The Use of Ritual in Moral Injury". This will take place on Wednesday 14 June in person in Durham, UK, and online.
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