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EASP – European Association of Social Psychology

Calling social psychologists: Stand with us in demanding protection of minorities in India!

30.11.2016, by Sibylle Classen

Invitation to sign an open letter

Dear  fellow social psychologists,

Religious minorities, rationalists, and dissident groups in India have been increasingly under attack in recent years! Addressing this, a small group of social psychologists and activists in India and internationally drafted an open letter to the Prime Minister of India. Over the past decades, social psychologists have made several important contributions that address structural inequalities and collective violence in various societies. Join us in sharing this knowledge and advocating for the protection of disadvantaged minorities and dissident groups in India!

Click here to sign the open letter:

http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/protecting-the-rights-of-minorities-and-dissidents

We plan to publish this letter in Psychology Today. While the petition is public and can be signed anonymously, when publishing only the total count of the people who signed the petition will be mentioned. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about this letter. I look forward to your support in translating our research into action and demanding social justice!

In solidarity,

Rashmi Nair, James Marshall Public Policy Fellow, Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (e.rashminair@gmail.com), Yashpal Jogdand (yashjogdand@gmail.com)