International Council of Psychologists (ICP)
Originally founded as a national organization to make services of US women psychologists available to war effort. Name changed, 1946 and 1960, when organization included members from other countries, and when it opened to all psychologists, women or men. Bylaws revised, 2019. Co-founded with EFPA D-XD0722 - European Federation of Psychologists Associations (EFPA) the Global Network of Psychologists for Human Rights. Strategic Plan 2022-2026 adopted in 2021.
Promote human rights, dignity, and justice and further international understanding and world peace by facilitating collaborative relationships around the world; provide international networking opportunities, global information exchange, and global resources in matters of psychology and human rights, dignity justice, and peace; value diversity in knowledge and methodological approaches, cultural humility, peer relations, mutual understanding, scientific approaches, critical thinking, and inclusion.
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