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PAPU Congress 2022

  Second Pan-African Psychology Congress 28-30 March 2022 The Pan-African Psychology Union will be hosting its first fully online congress from 28-30 March 2022. Abstract submissions are now open at the link below. SIGNING...

PAPU Leadership Summit 2021

Greetings from Leadership around the world on the occasion of the PAPU Leadership Summit held on the 16 March 2021 IUPsyS - President Pam Maras  Arab Union of Psychological Science Asia Pacific Psychology Alliance Caribbean Alliance of National Psychology Associations...

Statement of Solidarity

Statement of Solidarity The Pan-African Psychology Union (PAPU) opposes the scourge of racism in any form, wherever it rears its evil head. PAPU stands in solidarity with all who seek to eradicate it and claim our common humanity in a better world!

In Memoriam: Prof Bame Nsamenang 1951 – 2018

In Memoriam: Prof Bame Nsamenang 1951 - 2018 PAPU and Psychology globally have lost a critical scholar and thinker with the passing of Professor Bame Nsamenang in February 2018. PAPU President Elect, was a Professor of Psychology and Learning Science and Director of...

The Cape Town Declaration

The Cape Town Declaration At the International Congress of Psychology (ICP2012) held in Cape Town, South Africa, in July 2012, representatives of eleven African countries came together to discuss possibilities for developing a stronger focus for the role of Psychology...