- December 2014
In this issue: Nelson Mandela's legacy, indigenous psychologies, international awards recipients, Cuba, book review, announcements and more.
- March 2014
Issue highlights include: building mental health care capacity in Haiti; CIRP promoting international perspectives in psychology education; global mental health programs and news; recent publications; interview with 2014 APA President Nadine Kaslow.
- October 2013
In this issue: Updates from 2013 international conferences, psychology in Columbia, Div. 52 convention highlights, climate change and human rights, emotionally focused couples therapy in Russia and more.
- June 2013
In this issue: Division 52 convention highlights, Kosovo, FIAP, Bulgaria, Donald Bersoff, international outreach, humanitarian work, announcements and more.
- March 2013
In this issue: working internationally, learning partners, Division 52, World Health Organization, Holocaust awareness, behavioral health, psychology resources around the world, announcements, and more.
- December 2012
In this issue: promoting psychology globally, 20th Congress of the Mexican Psychological Society, the UAE launches its first clinical psychology graduate program, 13th European Congress of Psychology and more.
- October 2012
This newsletter addresses the International Presidents’ Initiative, Memoranda of Understanding with Psychology Associations in Japan and Spain, internationl conferences, psychological Science in Argentina, Fulbright Specialists Award, school-based psychological services in Kosovo and partnerships to promote children’s well-being.
- June 2012
In this issue: human rights training, humanitarian awards, spanish colleagues, CIRP spring meeting, additional news and announcements.
- March 2012
In this issue: psychology in Egypt, international mentoring, prescriptive authority, global mental health, additional news and announcements.
- December 2011
In this issue: the Chinese Psychological Society, CRCP 2011, working with PTSD in Haiti, World Aids Day, additional news and announcements.