June policy updates
APA Joins with National Partners to Advocate for Funding to Address Violence Against Women
APA joins national organizations on letter to Congress advocating for funds to address and prevent intimate partner violence and sexual assault.
APA Supports Funding for Critical Family Caregiving and Respite Care Programs in 2014
APA joins over 40 national organizations on letter urging congressional appropriators to support increased funding for family caregiving programs and respite care services.
PI-GRO provides training on psychology and advocacy at the 2013 Association for Women in Psychology Conference
PI-GRO staff engaged conference attendees in a presentation focused on the critical role of psychologists and graduate students in influencing federal policies related to women’s issues.
APA Advocates for Public Health Solutions to Gun Violence
APA joins more than twenty national organizations on letter urging U.S. Senate to adopt evidence-based prevention and intervention policies aimed at reducing gun violence.
APA supports Student Non-Discrimination Act (SNDA) and Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) in the 113th Congress.
APA endorses two bills aimed at bridging the gap in discrimination protections for LGBT individuals in schools and the workplace.
APA issues public comment at Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS Meeting
APA Office on AIDS and PI-GRO advocate for psychology in the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS at the White House’s 51st annual conference in Washington, D.C.