The series “Keys towards Psychosocial Accompaniment” is a collective product of a round of worshops held in Mexico between 2014 and 2015.

Aluna convened a small group of human rights defenders who accompany victims of sociopolitical violence in Mexico to conduct study s...

The psychosocial approach has proved itself to be a strategic tool to strengthen victims, organizations and civil society in general affected by sociopolitical violence in Latin America.

In June 2017, organizations from Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Colombia, El Salvador,...

Moving away from the western psychology conceptualization of individual trauma, Martín-Baró developed the concept of "psychosocial trauma" to explain trauma as a societal wound rather than an intra-psychic feature and to draw attention to the fact that the whole nation...

Elizabeth Lira is a psychotherapist, psychosocial researcher, and international advocate in the field of mental health and human rights.

Based on clinical experience with victims of human rights violations, along with María Isabel Castillo, Lira published this work wher...

Ignacio Martín-Baró was a social psychologist, philosopher and Jesuit priest, whose work inspired the development of liberation psychology in Latin America. 

He was killed by the Salvadorian Army in 1989.

In this article, he presents the case of El Salvador, analyzi...

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