UK Resilience Lessons Digest: Learning in Action, June 9th 2023.

Volunteering: a community response to crisis. 20th June 2022. 

What psychology can contribute to pandemic response. A Joint Symposium. 15 March 2022. 

Volunteering during the pandemic –getting the full picture. Online event. 3 March 2022. 

Croatia during the Corona crisis. International panel on the role of social science in governments' responses to the covid pandemic, 8 February, 2022. 

Sustaining mutual aid and community support groups: COVID-19 and beyond. University of Sussex (online). 3 November 2021.

Local experience informing national change: Staffordshire Resilience Forum's focus on the future. 

Mutual aid and the community response to Covid-19: What happens next? Kingston University - Research, Business and Innovation Directorate, 1 April 2021. 

Symposium: Insights into behavioral and policy challenges of the Covid-19 pandemicAletta Jacobs School of Public Health, 18 March  2021. 

Facilitating the public response to COVID-19 by harnessing group processes: Adherence to NPIs and the role of mutual aid groups. Science Europe. John Drury, March 2021.

The role of social science in public and policy responses to the Covid-19
pandemic, ESRC NINE DTP Conference Keynote. John Drury, 16 November

Understanding the role of group processes in public responses to the covid-19 pandemic.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania, John Drury, September 2020.

The role of social psychology in responses to the pandemic: don’t blame the public. LOUPS Conference: Social Psychology Today. John Drury, 22 August 2020. 

Facilitating the public response to COVID-19 by harnessing group processes – John Drury, Keynote, La psicologia sociale alla prova dell’emergenza Covid19: ricerche, riflessioni, prospettive. Italian Association of Psychology.