PAPU 2022 CONFERENCE
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The Pan-African Psychology Union (PAPU) is proud to announce that it will host its first fully online congress from 28-30 March 2022.
PAPU2022 will host presentations from leaders in their fields from around the globe and continent.
Colleagues are invited to submit abstracts in all areas of psychology to celebrate psychology as a science and practice in Africa
We look forward to your active participation.
Early-bird registration closed on the 6th of March 2022!
Full-time Students(up to Masters)
- **Registration by 6 March: $30
- Registration from 7 March: $40
Psychologists in Africa& low-middle income countries
- **Registration by 6 March: $50
- Registration from 7 March: $70
Psychologistsin high-income countries
- **Registration by 6 March: $60
- Registration from 7 March: $85
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