Building Care Communities

Appreciative Inquiry in Communities Affected by the 2010 Earthquake in Chile

ABSTRACT

On 27 February, 2010, an earthquake, magnitude 8.8 on the Richter scale, hit Chile. While there were relatively few deaths in the regions of Maule and Bio Bio, many lost their homes and daily life was shattered. The concern of educational institutions in the area was for the return of both students and staff in the days immediately after the disaster. We developed a summit with an AI perspective with the goal of developing a community at the schools affected by the earthquake which was focused on mutual care.

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Author: Jorge Sanhueza Rahmer, Ph.D.

Jorge Sanhueza Rahmer is Dean of Psychology of Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez in Santiago, Chile. He is a psychologist, with a Masters in public policy and Ph.D. from Taos-Tilburg. He is director of Possible: Another Chile, a foundation that wants to transform novelty and possibility in a politics and social change.E: jorge.sanhueza@uai.cl

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Author: Roberto Aristegui Lagos

Roberto Aristegui is a professor in the Psychology School of the UAI in Chile. He is a psychologist, with a Masters and Ph.D. from the Universidad de Valparaiso and a Ph.D. from Tilburg, Taos-Tilgurg. He is a director of Diploma in Relational Mindfulness at the UAI Psychology School.E: roberto.aristegui@uai.cl

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Author: Jorge Leiva Cabanillas

Jorge Leiva is a professor in the Psychology School of the UAI in Chile. He is a psychologist, with a Masters in Educational Psychology and a Ph.D. from Universidad Ramon Llul. He co-authored “Patrimonio Humano: Ni recurso ni capital. Cuidar en vez de Usar” (Human Heritage: Neither Resource nor Human Capital. To Care For, Not To Use).E: jaleivac@gmail.com

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