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The speech of Mr. Abdolreza Afzood

One of the important pillars of sustainable development is sustainable social development in which sociology and psychology play a special role.

In the meantime, a society that wants to move towards sustainable development and have a resilient city and society needs the resilience of its people first.

For this purpose, on Tuesday, December 25, 2018, from 1 to 3 pm, a lecture entitled “Resilience as one of the psychological assets” will be held by Mr. Abdolreza Afzood, the senior expert in clinical psychology and family and marriage counselor.

Those interested in participating in this lecture can register by clicking here or via the following link:

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Speech by Dr. Sayyed Mohsen Fatemi

One of the important pillars of sustainable development is sustainable social development in which sociology and psychology play a special role.

Meanwhile, a society that wants to move towards sustainable development and live a healthy and prosperous life needs motivation, hope and creativity.

To this end, on Monday, November 5, 2018, from 2 to 4 pm, a lecture entitled “Hope and Creativity” will be held in the presence of Dr. Sayyed Mohsen Fatemi, PhD in Psychology from Harvard University and the university professor. The purpose of this lecture is to find ways to maintain motivation and hope in difficult situations.

Those interested in participating in this lecture can register by clicking here or via the following link:

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Environment and challenges of Iran in the future

Amirkabir University of Technology Research Institute for Future Studies holds:

A series of seminars by the Institute for Future Studies in collaboration with the Department of Futurology Engineering

“Future World: Opportunities and Challenges for Iran”

The title of the seventh session:

Environment and challenges of Iran in the future

Presented by: Dr. Reza Maknoon

Includes presentations and questions and answers

Time and place:

Sunday: May 28, 2013 at 15:30-18

Professor Salimi Hall, -1st floor, Farabi building