The Pan-African Psychology Union (PAPU) and the Psychological Society of South Africa (PsySSA), together with PAPU members in Africa, look forward to welcomingyou to the first-ever continental psychology congress from 18 to 21 September 2017.
PsySSA, formed at the birth of South Africa’s democracy in 1994, is Africa’s largest scientific and professional psychology organisation. PsySSA and its other African partners successfully hosted the 30th International Congress of Psychology in 2012 where PAPU was formed. PAPU was inaugurated in September 2014 after extensive consultations and support from throughout Africa.
South Africa’s 2nd largest city, Durban is the country’s playground, reflecting a rich history and heritageof cultures, cuisine and coastline. Sunny with spring temperatures from 15° to 23°C, you’re certain to enjoy the intellectual and social activities on offer.