7-9 September 2014 - University of Hull
Centre for Nineteenth Century Studies Marking the centenary of the start of World War I (or the Great War as it came to be known),this conference will consider the content, form and cultural significance of protest against war and military intervention in the years leading up to 1918.
19 - 22 September 2014, No Gun Ri Peace Memorial Park, South Korea
The conference, organised by the INMP in cooperation with the No Gun Ri International Peace Foundation, aims to raise global awareness and share information about museums for peace and related organisations.
Organised by the Open University of Catalonia (UOC) in partnership with the International Peace Bureau (IPB)
Keep Space for Peace Week will be held on October 4-11 this year and the theme will be Full Spectrum Dominance âÂÂ Full Spectrum Resistance. Organised by the Global Network against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space.
On 10-12th October 2014 in Milan, Italy, the Asia-Europe People's Forum will hold its 10th biennial People's Forum under the title: "Towards a Just and Equal Asia and Europe - Building States of Citizens for Citizens", prior to the 10th Asia Europe Meeting.
Peace History Conference 2014 The courage of their convictions: alternative voices of World War One Saturday 11 October at the Imperial War Museum Lambeth Road London SE1 Organised by the Movement for the Abolition of War in association with the Imperial War Museum and the International Peace Bureau. Download the booking form and conference programme here.
On the occasion of its 20th anniversary, the Bonn International Center for Conversion (BICC) will be hosting a two-day international academic conference on “Facing Organized Violence: Research Agendas and Conversion Potentials” from 27 to 28 October 2014 in Bonn.
Please find the entire program of the conference here
To capitalise on the momentum and to energise, educate and demonstrate the unity of civil society, ICAN will host a large scale Civil Society Forum in Vienna on 6 âÂÂ 7 December 2014, immediately before the Vienna Conference.
The Austrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the dates for the 3rd international conference on the humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons which will take place on 8 – 9 December 2014 in Vienna.