Addis Ababa, Ethiopa, 13-16 July 2015
The third International Conference on Financing for Development will be held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, from 13 to 16 July 2015. It will gather high-level political representatives, including Heads of State and Government, and Ministers of Finance, Foreign Affairs and Development Cooperation, as well as all relevant institutional stakeholders, non-governmental organizations and business sector entities. The Conference will result in an intergovernmentally negotiated and agreed outcome, which should constitute an important contribution to and support the implementation of the post-2015 development agenda.
Jan Tinbergen European Peace Science Conference that will be held at the Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Warwick, on 22nd - 24th June 2015.
The Jan Tinbergen Conference is interdisciplinary. We welcome presentations that address any issue relating to peace and security broadly defined. We strive for a multi-disciplinary program comprising contributions with a wide range of theoretical and methodological approaches, including strictly theoretical work, game theory and formal modeling, statistical and econometric analysis, qualitative studies, and experiments.
Abstracts (150-250 words) with a tentative title submitted before 8th February 2015 will be considered for the conference.
25-27 June 2015, Grenoble (France)
ENSTA Bretagne (Brest), University Pierre Mendès France (Grenoble) and the Institut d’Etudes Politiques of Grenoble are pleased to announce that the 19th Annual International Conference on Economics and Security will be held in Grenoble, France, on 25-27 June 2015. The conference is co-organized with Economists for Peace and Security.
Kyoto, Japan July 29- Aug 2, 2015
Since 1992, Global Network Against Weapon and Nuclear Power in Space has held an annual conference in the various “hot place” of Militarization of Space. It is our honor to be able to hold the 23rd conference in the historical capital city of Kyoto. Kyoto had been the capital of Japan for more than 1,000 years, which is 300 miles west from the disaster of Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant.