- 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.
- October 2011
This issue includes an introduction to APA's new division: the Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict & Violence; critical mental health issues for ethno-culturally diverse populations; international outreach; student interns at the United Nations; book review; convention recap; newsletter announcements; and more.
- July 2011
This issue includes a summary of APA's representation at regional conferences, global mental health, mental health in Nepal, the American Orthopsychiatric Association activities at the United Nations and book reviews.
- April 2011
This issue includes a summary of APA's representation at recent international meetings, global health disparities, international licensure, awards, book reviews and more.
- October 2010
This issue includes a summary of APA's representation at recent international meetings, activities at the International Congress of Applied Psychology, an overview of psychology in the Sudan, book reviews and more.
- April 2010
This issue includes personal reflections on the mental health infrastructure of Ethiopia, online resources for disaster response and best practices for defending the human rights of scientists.
- December 2009
This issue includes assessment and intervention tools for victims of piracy, information on how scientific findings about early child development can influence global policies and a report on a meeting between APA UN representatives and delegates from Russia.