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In Memoriam: Prof Seth Oppong

In Memoriam: Prof Seth Oppong

22 May 1982-19 Feb 2024 Click here for the Union's statement: Demise Notice_Prof Seth Oppong In his own words: How a scholar wants to be remembered when no more: A mini autobiography Seth Oppong, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Psychology University of Botswana...

2nd African Psychology Leadership Summit

2nd African Psychology Leadership Summit

2nd African Psychology Leadership Summit The 2nd African Psychology Leadership Summit will be held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on 23 and 24 March 2024.  All the Presidents of PAPU National Members will be in attendance. This critical 2nd African Psychology Leadership...

Announcing the African Psychologist

Announcing the African Psychologist

African Psychology Review | A Review of Psychology in Africa The African Psychologist (TAP), a review of psychology in Africa, is the official PAPU journal. TAP is a peer-reviewed journal, open to all fields of psychology. TAP is an open content (open source) journal,...

Statement of Solidarity

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!

The Cape Town Declaration

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...