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Can the Public Rule the World: Public Dialogue Psychology Collaboratory

Dr Kesi Mahendran introduces the work of new Public Dialogue Psychology Collaboratory (PDPC). Within PDPC citizens are brought into direct dialogue with political narratives on sovereignty, freedom of movement, European/global citizenship and multilateralism. They are invited to rule the world and make decisions about its future. The post-pandemic period is likely to intensify polarisation between protectionist nationalist and transglobal narratives on freedom of movement. By exploring how citizens, as dialogical citizens, choose to rule the world the film shows psychological developments in transglobal consciousness. Within PDPC we articulate this as a growing sense of pandemicality. For personal narratives to transglobal public dialogue on human mobility. Kesi Mahendran, Anthony English & Sue Nieland.

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