Non Discrimination Policy
On the basis of its commitment to ethical and humanistic values, the IPA opposes all unlawful or unjustifiable discrimination of any kind. The IPA is committed to a policy of equality, including in employment, on all the grounds laid down in relevant UK legislation including age, disability, gender or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, race, religion or belief, and sexual orientation. Selection of candidates for psychoanalytic training is to be made only on the basis of qualities directly concerned with the ability to learn and to function as a psychoanalyst. This same standard will be used in the appointment and promotion of members of educational faculties, including training and supervising analysts.
Approved by Executive Council, Santiago, 24 July 1999
Reaffirmed by Executive Council, Nice, 2001
Amended by Executive Council, Miami, January 2002
Amended by the Board, January 2014
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