Up to seven meetings per year, organised by EASP members, can be sponsored.
The Executive Committee uses the following criteria to decide whether or not to support EASP meetings:
- The meeting should be attractive to members of the Association (such that Association funds are being used for the benefit of its members). This is why at least 50 % of those persons attending meetings sponsored by the EASP should be members of the Association. We also place great value on the full inclusion of PhD students, who should be allowed to participate actively in the meeting.
- There should be sufficient time before the meetings for their existence to be advertised to the membership through the pages of the Bulletin (thereby allowing members to submit abstracts, apply for travel money, etc.). This is why there are strict deadlines for applying for financial support (see below).
- The meetings should not, in principle, be part of a continuing series, each of which requires support from the Association (to avoid the annual budget for supporting meetings being committed in advance, and thereby leaving no scope for supporting new activities). The Executive Committee recognises that this criterion could undermine attempts to establish networks of researchers drawn from different European countries, and will therefore try to exercise discretion in applying this criterion. However, applicants who are planning a meeting that is part of an ongoing series should not assume that because one of the previous meetings in that series received financial support. Any future meeting in the same series will also be supported.
Support for EASP Meetings
- The amount of financial support is a maximum of 8,000 EUR per meeting.
- At least 50 % of participants at the meeting must be EASP members.
- Postgraduate members should be allowed to participate actively in the meeting.
- The meeting should include a minimum of 20 participants (there is no maximum).
- The selection of participants should be made according to the diversity criterion as defined in the Diversity Statement of the EASP and all attendees should be informed about the existence of the EASP Code of Conduct to which all attendees must adhere.
Each application should specify:
- The topic of the proposed meeting, together with a brief account of why this represents a suitable topic for such a meeting and a justification of sufficient interest from EASP members for this topic;
- the precise dates and location of the proposed meeting;
- a detailed budget, including both the costs involved in the meeting and other sources of income apart from the Association. There should also be an indication of how much participants would have to pay for registration, accommodation, and food. Budgets should not include travel expenses. EASP members attending the meeting may apply for travel EASP grants;
- a draft announcement of the meeting, ready for publication on the EASP Website (and Twitter), in the next EASP Bulletin and for distribution through EASP mailserve.
The meeting application form and budget calculation sheet can be downloaded below.
In order to facilitate the association's financial planning and to give adequate time in which to publicise meetings, the Executive Committee considers applications relating to meetings to be held in the first half of a calendar year at its Spring (normally April) meeting in the preceding year; applications relating to meetings to be held in the second half of a calendar year will be considered at its Fall (normally October) meeting in the preceding year. Members are asked to submit applications by March 15th for the Spring Meeting and by September 15th for the Fall meeting.
After successful application
Successful applicants will be asked to provide a formal announcement for publication on the EASP website and inclusion in next the EASP Bulletin (EBSP). Organisers will receive 50% of the support in advance. Within one month after the meeting, organisers are required to provide one or more photos (1280 x 720 pixels or higher) from the meeting, a brief scientific report, the abstracts of the meeting, an overview of the participants, and a financial statement accounting for expenditure. The remaining 50% of the support will be paid to the organisers if the reports prove that the organisers have in fact met all the conditions for support as laid down in the EASP rules.
Previous and Upcoming Meetings
Click here to view a list of past EASP meetings. Upcoming meetings are listed below, when and if we have information about them.
EASP Meeting: Dissonance Spring
Monday, 17.05.2021, 15:00 Uhr
EASP Meeting: Deeply Divided Societies: Social Psychological Processes and Theorising (cancelled)
Friday, 22.05.2020 til Sunday, 24.05.2020
Home for Cooperation, Nicosia, Cyprus
EASP Meeting: The Psychology of Attitudes: Social Processes of Evaluation (cancelled)
Wednesday, 24.06.2020 til Saturday, 27.06.2020
University of Bath, Bath, UK
20 years of Dehumanisation: Confronting Social Discourses that treat People like Non-Human Beings (resheduled)
Thursday, 28.04.2022 til Saturday, 30.04.2022
Hotel Rural El Patio, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
EASP Meeting: The Role of Emotions in Interethnic Relations
Wednesday, 07.09.2022 til Friday, 09.09.2022
University Hall, Utrecht, The Netherlands
EASP-IARR joint Symposium “What’s Love Got To Do With It: Diversity in Close/Romantic Relationships”
EASP Meeting: New Directions in the Conceptualization and Measurement of Political Ideologies: Current Practices and Recent Developments
Wednesday, 06.07.2022 til Saturday, 09.07.2022
Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Mannheim, Germany
Social Psychology of the Future: A Virtual Mini-Conference
Thursday, 02.06.2022 til Friday, 03.06.2022
5th International Conference on Social Identity & Health
Thursday, 23.06.2022 til Friday, 24.06.2022
Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK