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2018 APS Congress

The 2018 APS Congress will be held in Sydney from Thursday 27 to Sunday 30 September 2018

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Advocacy

The APS is dedicated to advancing the discipline and profession of psychology for the benefit of members and the communities they serve.

In keeping with this Mission, the APS aims to:

  • Increase the impact of psychology on public policy for the benefit of all sectors of the community
  • Be responsive to community needs and advocate for community wellbeing

The APS takes an advocacy role with Government and in the public domain by representing the needs and interests of its members. The APS also advocates on issues where psychology can make a contribution to public debate and policy in the interests of community wellbeing and social justice.

Advocating on social issues

The APS advocates on issues where psychology can make a contribution to public debate and policy in the interests of community wellbeing and social justice.

Position Statements

APS Position Statements outline key recommendations based on psychological evidence about contemporary social issues, such as climate change, racism and gambling.

Position, Discussion and Reviews Papers

APS position, discussion and review papers outline and explore the psychological evidence around contemporary social issues, such as ageing, racism and gambling.

The Big Issues of the 21st Century

This booklet highlights the evidence-based contributions of psychology to three big issues of the 21st Century: social cohesion, climate change and community wellbeing.