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9th EuPRAPeace Conference
Sep
02

2-5 September 2015  -The Arctic University of Norway, Tromsø, Norway

 

THE FRAMING OF EUROPE: Peace Perspectives on Europe’s Future

 

Registration will be open from May 2015, and will be announced on the conference webpage as well as individually to the participants whose abstracts have been accepted.

NATO & Russia in the Baltic Sea Area Conference
Sep
04

4-6 September 2015, Helinski, Finland

 

 

The aim of the project is to gather citizens from the Baltic Sea region and experts to inform each other; analyze the tense situation in the area, and present alternatives to militarization including cooperation, a common house of Europe, OSCE, and Neutralism. Besides the analysis of the NATO strategy and their geostrategic interests, the international conference discusses the negative impacts of these policies to the societies, in particularly to a social and gender-justice society.

To register: info@no-to-nato.org

First Review Conference of the Convention on Cluster Munitions
Sep
07

7-11 September 2015, Dubrovnik, Croatia


CMC: Dubrovnik Review Conference: Two Months to Go! 


Dear campaigners,

With just two months to go until the First Review Conference of the Convention on Cluster Munitions in Dubrovnik, Croatia, your help is needed to ensure this milestone meeting is a success!

Justice and Peace: A Call to Local and Global Communities Conference
Sep
10

10-11 September, Wilmington, Ohio, USA

 

The 40th anniversary conference of the Peace Resource Center at Wilmington College will take place September 10-11, 2015.  Information on the conference is available at http://www.wilmington.edu/the-wilmington-difference/prc/40th-anniversary/ .  

International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons
Sep
26

21-26 September 2015


The NGO Committee on Peace and Disarmament's has planned several events in the occasion of the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons (and International Peace Day - Sep 21).

II International Law and Nonviolent Popular Struggle On line Programme
Sep
28

28th September 2015 - 18th January 2016, On line
Open enrollment since 1st July (first date)


II Certificate of Advanced Studies
 
We want to inform you that enrollment for the on-line education program in the advanced interdisciplinary study of nonviolent conflict resolution, popular struggle, advocacy strategies and International Law is opened!
 
 


Stopping the War Business
Oct
16

16 - 17 October 2015: Seoul, Republic of Korea


The seminar is jointly coordinated by World Without War in Korea and international antimilitarist network War Resisters' International.

 To explore the connections between different methods, we'll use case study campaigns and themes from around the world, including:

- arms fair disruption from South Korea to Britain, Adu Dhabi to Czech Republic

- extractive industries and militarisation

- war profiteering and gender

- 'civilian' companies that profit from war and occupation

4th Humanitarian Disarmament Campaigners' Forum
Oct
17
17-18 October 2015, New York (USA)


We are really pleased to announce that Oxfam and Save the Children will jointly host the fourth humanitarian disarmament campaigners’ forum in New York this year.

 

Peace History Society: 2015 fall conference 'Historical Perspectives on War, Peace and Religion
Oct
22

October 22-24, 2015, University of Saint Joseph, West Hartford, Connecticut, USA

 

PHS’s 2015 fall conference Historical Perspectives on War, Peace and Religion is on track.  Our prize committees are busy conducting their review of articles, books, etc and our program co-chairs are putting together a rich program.  Our Perspectives advertisement appears to have helped generate visibility for our prizes, since we received more nominations for best first book/dissertation than in recent contests and already have several nominations for the next Bills Memorial prize. Please visit this link for periodic conference updates. http://www.peacehistorysociety.org/phs2015/
Prog at: http://www.peacehistorysociety.org/phs2015/program.pdf

IPB Council + Conference
Oct
23

23-25 October 2015, Padova, Italy

 

 

Topics include:  Global Campaign on Military Expenditure (GCOMS), nuclear disarmament, the future of the UN on its 70th anniversary, and the Right to Peace.
Also: the award of the 2015 Sean Mac Bride Peace Prize. Details from IPB Secretariat.

 

RISING Global Peace Forum 2015: ‘A Hard Road to Hope'
Nov
11

11-13 November 2015, Coventry, UK

 

RISING, a new global peace forum in Coventry, UK, was launched Monday 17 August, with a specially filmed message to the world from Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Speakers confirmed for the first annual event include Rt Hon Gordon Brown, Terry Waite CBE, and Cardinal Onaiyekan, Roman Catholic Cardinal Archbishop of Abuja, Nigeria. With the theme ‘A Hard Road to Hope’, the inaugural RISING 15 will see global statesmen, business leaders, peace advocates and members of the public meet in the city from 11 - 13 November 2015. Together they will push forward new ways of thinking about peace and conflict in our turbulent world. 
Health Through Peace Conference
Nov
13

13TH & 14TH NOVEMBER 2015 FRIENDS HOUSE, LONDON, UK


TWO-DAY FORUM CHALLENGING WAR, MILITARISATION & GLOBAL INSECURITY: TEACH-IN AND FORUM

 

REGISTER NOW! Early-bird ends 13th September


MORE INFO AT WWW.MEDACT.ORG

World Nuclear Victims' Forum
Nov
21

21-23 November 2015, Hiroshima, Japan


In 2015, during the 70th anniversary year of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings, a broad coalition of anti-nuclear activists will hold a World Nuclear Victims Forum in Hiroshima, the site of that first inhumane utilization of nuclear energy. “Humankind and nuclear technology cannot coexist.” It is an absolutely anti-nuclear alliance. More information here.

 

29th Isodarco Winter Course: “Nuclear Governance in a Changing World”
Jan
07

7 - 14 January 2016, ANDALO (TRENTO) - ITALY

 

 

Seventy years after the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and forty-five years after the entry into force of the Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT), nuclear weapons continue to pose a serious threat to global security. The aim of this Winter Course is to analyse some of the key issues which concern the presence and spread of nuclear weapons in the current international system, and thereby advance awareness and understanding on such critical and topical problems.

Preparatory Conference on Militarisation and the Transformation from a War Economy to a Peace Econom
Jan
27

27-28 January 2016, Leeds Beckett University (UK)



This is a Prepratory Conference for the World Congress in Berlin in September 2016. Contact Dr. Rachel Julian (r.julian@leedsbeckett.ac.uk) for further details.

IPB world conference on Disarmament for Development: BERLIN
Sep
30

September 30 - October 3  2016, Berlin (Germany)


IPB is planning a World Congress under the (provisional) title War, Money, Transformation: Disarmament for Development! We expect that it will attract global attention and a large number of participants.  Details at GCOMS website.

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