Letter to former Participants of the Nazareth conferences and the conferences Europe in a globalized world – March 2019

Dear former participant of the above mentioned conferences which were organized by PCCA,

we write this letter to you in order to encourage you to become a supporting member of PCCA.

“We” are  a group of already existing supporting members of PCCA, who are convinced that the work done by PCCA and during their conferences is a necessity to be done constantly. We find this particularly important under the current circumstances,where democracy is being tested and put into question in many parts of the world.

We understand PCCA conferences in the sense of the Tavistock method of group relations work as an extremely valuable possibility to become aware of, examine, and work through half-conscious and unconscious conflicts in groups, that are in a way existential and thus may lead to heavy splitting and hateful controversies or even ruptures among groups, societies and nations. We are aware that these dynamics have roots in the past of all of us and weigh heavily through the existential aspect for all of us.

As you have yourself experienced this work, we thought that you might be interested inbecoming a supporter yourself.

What does it mean to become a supporter?

It means first of all, being somebody who is convinced of the value of PCCA’s conference work and being able to imagine becoming active in spreading information about it, or maybe work scientifically on it, or take the information into organisations that might need consultation, report on PCCA conferences– certainly there could be other ideas still…

Becoming a supporter of PCCA means an annual fee of a minimum of 60,00€, it also means receiving a 5% reduction on the next conference fees. Though of course, if you would like to show your support by means of further financial contributions or donations, this is very welcome, too.

If you are curious, please, take a look here

 

Please let us know what you think, and feel free to get in touch with us!

All the best,

Ekkehard Rähmer (dr.eraehmer@t-online.de) and Bettina Jesberg (tjesberg@t-online.de)

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