Students Building Community Psychology
In this Call to Action, we aim to advocate and encourage the inclusion of community psychology in universities curricula and create opportunities for psychology students in this field. The future of our populations’ mental health and well-being lies in building inclusive and resilient communities. 

You can find the full Call to Action here:

Hundreds of psychology students and professionals have already been involved in the development of this Call to Action. We invite you to sign this document as a manifest of your support for our initiative, and to join the European psychology students in making our voices heard!

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Name and Surname *
Email Address *
In which country do you live? *
If you are connected to a university or institution, please state which one(s): are you connected to?   *
Do you wish to support our Call to Action for the inclusion of Community Psychology in the higher education curricula in European Universities? *
Do you wish to share the reason why you have decided to support this Call To Action?
Do you wish your name and country to be made public on our website along with the names of other people and institutions supporting our Call to Action? *
In the event of not agreeing to share your name and country, you can still sign this this form and support our Call to Action. Your personal data will not be made public, but you will be counted in the total number of people supporting our message. Make your voice count!
I hereby allow EFPSA to use the given information for the  purposes of the Call to Action Initiative. If you wish to remove your data you can do so by contacting EFPSA's Data Analysis Responsible( By ticking this box, you are giving consent to the treatment of your data as stated in EFPSA's Privacy Policy accordingto the EU guidelines (GDPR EU 2016/679). *
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