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He was one of the victims of the murders of Jesuits in El Salvador. In he received his bachelor's degree in philosophy and in his licentiate licenciatura in philosophy and literature. He travelled to Frankfurt in to study theology. He then began studying psychology at UCA, where he was also lecturer. In he completed his licentiate in psychology.

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Mobility is a human dimension that has been a part of human behaviour since humanity began. However, the actual exodus of impoverished people to the more opulent zones of the planet represents new challenges that need to be explored with new perspectives and approaches.

Liberation psychology can assist in answering these challenges. On one hand, it permits an explanation of displaced people and poor immigrants' human suffering in terms of the life experiences oppressively imposed on them by other human groups as a means to maintain privileges.

On the other hand, it allows knowing how immigrants confront and overcome unjust conditions, destroy their position as oppressed, strengthen bonds with other groups, and carry out actions as a means to forge cohesion and cooperation in the contexts of reception and to achieve equitable multicultural international relations.

This paper describes the initiatives that we have achieved in CESPYD for the purpose of studying these aspects in depth.

First we discuss the difficulties that the dominant perspective of acculturation psychology poses in tackling the challenges that new migration represents. Additionally, we suggest liberation psychology as an adequate focus to complete a traditional perspective.

Furthermore, we redefine concepts of integration and cultural competency as processes of psychopolitical empowerment and the community-based organizations and health organizations as empowering community settings. Finally, this paper proposes some research directions that can broaden its focus.

Keywords: migration, liberation, integration, acculturation, cultural competence, power, oppression, multiculturalism. Seguidamente discutiremos la utilidad de la perspectiva de la PL para responder a algunas de estas cuestiones. A nivel individual, implica cambios en el repertorio conductual de las personas" Berry, , p. La PL ofrece un marco relevante para abordar estos aspectos. Asociaciones como Escenarios Comunitarios Empoderadores.

En un reciente estudio Paloma et al. Competencia Cultural en los Profesionales de la Comunidad. Este es un proceso que genera cambios en los dominios cognitivo, interpersonal y colectivo de los profesionales. Sensibilidad a la Diversidad en los Servicios Comunitarios. Los servicios comunitarios i. Estos modelos deben proveer estrategias que permitan integrar herencia cultural, valores de justicia social, tolerancia y respeto a los derechos humanos.

Destacamos la necesidad de promover Escenarios de Cuidados Multiculturales Empoderadores que promuevan competencia cultural entre sus profesionales y ayuden a transformar el entorno al que sirven. Desde estos escenarios se promueven y se apoyan acciones interdisciplinares que responden a las necesidades reales de las comunidades y son culturalmente sensibles. Albar, M. Tesis doctoral no publlicada. The need for action when conducting intervention research: The multiple roles of community psychologists.

American Journal of Community Psychology, 33, Berry, J. Immigration, acculturation, and adaptation. Applied Psychology: An international review, 46 1 , Acculturation: living successfully in two cultures. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 29, Acculturation strategias and adaptation. Lansford, K. Deater-Deckard y M. New York: The Guilford Press. Globalisation and acculturation. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 32 4 , Besabe, N.

Birman, D. A tale of two cities: Replication of a study on the acculturation and adaptation of immigrant adolescents from the Soviet Union in a Different Community Context. American Journal of Community Psychology, 35, Bourhis, R. Towards an Interactive Acculturation Model: A social psychological approach. Chirkov, V. Critical psychology of acculturation: What do we study and how do we study it, when we investigate acculturation?

International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 33, Dana, R. Cultural Competency Training in a Global Society. De la Mata, M. Infancia y Aprendizaje, 26 2 , Melero Ed.

Dinh, K. The other side of acculturation: Changes among host individuals and communities in their adaptation to immigrant populations. American Journal of Community Psychology, 46, Domenig, D. The implementation of transcultural competence in the clinical context: Preconditions and challenges. Fanon, F. The wretched of the Earth. New York: Grove Press. Fisher, A. Power in community psychology research and practice. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 17, Fostier, J.

Migrant-Sensitive Health Systems. Adaptation y satisfaction among Moroccan in Spain: the community context role. A liberation psychology approach to acculturative integration of migrant populations. American Journal of Community Psychology. Inmigrantes y recursos sociales naturales. Migraciones, 11, Garrido, R. Tesis de master no publicada.

Necesidades y sistemas de apoyo social. Social support interventions in migrant populations. British Journal of Social Work, 36, New settlement and well-being in oppressive contexts: A liberation psychology approach.

Stuart Ed. International and Cultural Psychology Series pp. New York: Springer. Lisboa, June Ingleby, D. Getting multicultural health care off the ground: Britain and the Netherlands compared. Ingleby, M.

The role of health in integration. Fonseca y J. Malheiros Eds. Koehn, P. Globalization, migration health, and educational preparation for transnational medical encounters. Globalization and Health, 2 2 , Luque-Ribelles, V. MacMillan, D.

Sense of community: A definition and theory. Journal of Community Psychology, 14 1 , Writings for a liberation psychology Edited by A. Aron y S. Necesidades y recursos. Maton, K. Empowering community settings: Agents of individual development, community betterment and positive social change. American Journal of Community Psychology, 41,

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Mobility is a human dimension that has been a part of human behaviour since humanity began. However, the actual exodus of impoverished people to the more opulent zones of the planet represents new challenges that need to be explored with new perspectives and approaches. Liberation psychology can assist in answering these challenges. On one hand, it permits an explanation of displaced people and poor immigrants' human suffering in terms of the life experiences oppressively imposed on them by other human groups as a means to maintain privileges. On the other hand, it allows knowing how immigrants confront and overcome unjust conditions, destroy their position as oppressed, strengthen bonds with other groups, and carry out actions as a means to forge cohesion and cooperation in the contexts of reception and to achieve equitable multicultural international relations. This paper describes the initiatives that we have achieved in CESPYD for the purpose of studying these aspects in depth.

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