A publication of the Office of International Affairs
June 2014 |Vol. 25, No. 2 Download Issue (PDF, 3.0MB)
Lead StoryRashmi Jaipal, PhD
Rashmi Jaipal, PhD, discusses the utility of psychological science in developing U.N. agenda for sustainable development.
In This Issue
- Psychology in action: My country, my closet: The role of psychology in the growing international divide over GLBTQ rights
Sharon D. Horne, PhD, discusses the relevance of psychological science to GLBTQ issues during pride month.
By Sharon G. Horne, PhD
- Collaborate! A first encounter with India’s efforts at developing the talent of its youth
A psychologist’s involvement in strengthening support systems for those working with gifted youth in India.
By Rena F. Subotnik, PhD
- Senior director's column: Global impact — are we ready?
Merry Bullock, PhD, discusses psychology's contribution to addressing global challenges.
By Merry Bullock, PhD
- APA office spotlight: Children, Youth, and Families Office participating in international collaborations
Lauren Fasig Caldwell, JD, PhD, recounts her experience in Mexico sharing information and resources to the Mexican Congress and AXIOS-Mision Mujer on the sexualization of girls.
By Lauren Fasig, JD, PhD
- UN Matters: The abducted Nigerian girls and Malala: Gender-based violence at its worst and how the international community is responding
This column emphasizes the value of educating girls in developing countries in spite of continued gender-based violence.
By Juneau Gary, PsyD, and Neal S. Rubin, PhD, ABPP
- PsycCRITIQUES book review: Development practitioners speak out: aid in the new millennium
Jeanne Marecek and Cynthia Caron review “Aid, NGOs and the Realities of Women’s Lives: A Perfect Storm.”