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  • In Memoriam: A Tribute to Prof. Houcan Zhang

    Publish Date: 25 Dec, 2022

    In Memoriam: A Tribute to Prof. Houcan Zhang and her Service to the International Union of Psychological Science By: Michel Denis Former IUPsyS President (2000-2004); Honorary Life Member of the Executive Committee of IUPsyS The international psychological community mourns the death of Prof. Houcan Zhang, a most respected...Read More

  • IUPsyS Strongly Supports Calls from the Scientific Community for Decisive Action from COP27

    Publish Date: 4 Nov, 2022

    As the Global Voice of Psychology, IUPsyS strongly supports calls from the scientific community for decisive action from COP27 https://council.science/current/blog/the-scientific-community-can-support-decisive-action-cop27/, including on the international community to provide support to  address  health (including mental...Read More

  • IUPsyS Call for Book Series Editor

    Publish Date: 24 Oct, 2022

    The International Union of Psychological Science (IUPsyS) is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for a senior psychologist with an extensive record of scholarship and international experience to contribute to the further development of the discipline on a global scale in a new position of Books Series Editor. This new...Read More

  • World Mental Health Day 2022 – Make Mental Health & Well-being for all a Global Priority

    Publish Date: 10 Oct, 2022

    IUPsyS supports World Mental Health Day. According to the WHO, “the overall objective of World Mental Health Day is to raise awareness of mental health issues around the world and to mobilize efforts in support of mental health. The Day provides an opportunity for all stakeholders working on mental health issues to talk about...Read More

  • 2022 World Suicide Prevention Day

    Publish Date: 10 Sep, 2022

    IUPsyS acknowledges World Suicide Prevention Day. This day was established in 2003 by the International Association for Suicide Prevention in conjunction with the World Health Organization. Annually, September 10, focuses attention on suicide, aiming to raise awareness and reduce stigma, and ultimately provide a message that...Read More

  • IUPsyS Past Presidents Pay Tribute to Kurt Pawlik

    Publish Date: 7 Sep, 2022

    IUPsyS - Psychology’s Global Voice - is honoured to count Professor Kurt Pawlik amongst its distinguished leaders, having served IUPsyS in many capacities, including as President (1992-1996) and Secretary-General (1984-1992). His long service in the IUPsyS Executive Committee began at the critical 22 July 1976 Paris...Read More

  • Solidarity and Support to the People in Pakistan

    Publish Date: 1 Sep, 2022

    The International Union of Psychological Science would like to extend a message of solidarity and support to the people and communities in Pakistan affected by the devastating impact of monsoon rains that have caused catastrophic floods in Pakistan, leaving millions homeless, destroying property and infrastructures, and leaving...Read More

  • IUPsyS Supports World Refugee Day

    Publish Date: 20 Jun, 2022

    World Refugee Day is celebrated annually on 20 June, this year focusing on the right to seek safety. It is an international day designated by the United Nations to honour refugees around the globe and celebrate the strength of those forced to escape from their home country. As the UN notes, World Refugee Day is an occasion to...Read More

  • Webinar: Toward Gender Equality in Science: Perspectives from Psychology

    Publish Date: 1 Jun, 2022

    A webinar entitled "Toward Gender Equality in Science: Perspectives from Psychology" has been organized by IUPsyS and the Standing Committee for Gender Equality in Science (SCGES). This is taking place on June 13 2022 with the following lecturers and titles:  Pam Maras: “Toward Gender Equality in Science: Perspectives from...Read More

  • APA-IUPsyS Global Mental Health Fellowship – Call for Applications

    Publish Date: 28 Feb, 2022

    The APA-IUPsyS Global Mental Health Fellowship is a unique opportunity for a psychologist to contribute to the work of the WHO in the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse. The fellow will focus on one or more issues related to the WHO Mental Health Action Plan. The 12-month fellowship includes a stipend and could...Read More