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Special Issue for "Documentation of the first International Conference on Critical and Radical Humanist Work and Organizational Psychology" in Psychologie des Alltagshandelns is published.
by Severin Hornung, Christine Unterrainer, & Thomas Höge
The purpose of this special issue is twofold: First and foremost, it documents the first International Conference on Critical and Radical Humanist Work and Organizational Psychology, which was held from the 11th to the 13th of July 2022 at the University of Innsbruck. As such, it features a conference report describing the event in some detail, distinguished contributions by the keynote speakers, and a vibrant bricolage of the position statements of the participants of the panel discussion convened as part of the closing session. The second and closely related purpose is to honor the person who has during his whole career worked tireless, determined, and courageously to eventually make such an event possible here in Innsbruck. Although his scientific and political activities are by no means ceasing but, in the contrary, vigorously ongoing, Wolfgang G. Weber has officially retired from his Professorship in Applied Psychology at the University of Innsbruck in September 2022.