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Welcome to the International Centre for Moral Injury

The International Centre for Moral Injury (ICMI) is an academic research centre formed to study and understand the causes and impacts of Moral Injury and dedicated to opening pathways to recovery.

It supports and promotes the development and dissemination of innovative research, pastoral resources and training methods around Moral Injury, helping to generate new partnerships and collaborations across the world in the furtherance of individual, institutional and societal wellbeing.
About Us
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Remembrance 2023

It was touching to see so many people devoting some of their Friday evening to Remembrance last week.
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Call for Papers: Narratives of Moral Injury in European and International Contexts

We are delighted to announce the details of our next conference, an interdisciplinary event taking place in person in Durham, UK, on 8-10 April 2024.

November webinar: Slow-Drip Moral Injury: Scope, Empowerment and Relief

By Prof. Esther Reed and Dr Jutta Tobias Mortlock | Monday 13 November 2023 at 7pm GMT (2pm EST)
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Join us for a talk by Brian Powers in honour of Remembrance Day

The Truth Untold: Remembrance and Moral Injury | 7pm-8pm on Friday 10 November 2023 in person in Durham Castle
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International Centre for Moral Injury

Durham University

Department of Theology and Religion

Abbey House

Palace Green

Durham DH1 3RS


Telephone: +44 (0) 191 33 47470