Only a few of these events are run by IPB. For the others you need to address any enquiries to the local organisers of the event in question.
27 February 2016, London (United Kingdom)
CND is calling a national demonstration to protest against Britain's nuclear weapons system: Trident.
Join CND to say No to government plans to buy a new system at a cost of £100 billion. Parliament will be voting on this in 2016. The majority of the British people, including the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and other parliamentary party leaders, oppose nuclear weapons. They are weapons of mass destruction that can kill millions. Let's get message out loud and clear: we don't want Trident and we don't want a new Trident.
05 - 06 March 2016, The UDC David A. Clarke School of Law Washington, DC 20008 (USA)
CODEPINK, along with The Nation Magazine, Institute for Policy Studies, Peace Action, and many other organizations (see below), is hosting a two-day summit examining the policies and practices of Saudi Arabia and U.S.-Saudi ties. This Summit will address issues such as human rights; Saudi internal and foreign policy; and the prospects for change inside the kingdom and in U.S.-Saudi relations. Human rights advocates, diplomats, scholars, authors, and grassroots activists will come together in this first-of-its-kind international summit examining the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. More information.
07 - 20 March 2016, UK
As part of the worldwide commemoration of the 30th Anniversary of Chernobyl and the 5th Anniversary of Fukushima, this Conference will examine the health and environmental effects of the world’s worst nuclear disasters and explore ways to create renewable and de-centralised energy solutions. Full program here.
06 April 2016, Geneva (Switzerland)
Building the Global Campaign. Preparing for Berlin Congress.
Organiser: Colin Archer and IPB Secretariat: firstname.lastname@example.org
18 April 2016, Brussels (Belgium)
Organiser: Paul Lansu at Pax Christi International, Andrew Lane at QCEA email@example.com
23 - 24 May 2016, Istanbul (Turkey)
An initiative of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, managed by UN OCHA, the first World Humanitarian Summit will be held in Istanbul on 23 and 24 May 2016 and will bring together governments, humanitarian organizations, people affected by humanitarian crises and new partners including the private sector to propose solutions to our most pressing challenges and set an agenda to keep humanitarian action fit for the future.
For more information, click here.
13-15 June 2016, Zurich and Geneva
The conference theme will be ‘Global Disorder – Security in a World Disrupted’. The programme and further information will be available soon at www.isf2016.ch.
The ISF has established itself as a forum for discussing ways to increase communication and cooperation between institutions engaged in research related to international security in Europe, North America, and beyond.
13 - 15 July 2016, Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies, Liverpool Hope University (UK)
Moreover, following the success of last year's event, the Centre will be hosting a one-day conference on International Women's Day, entitled "Women in Peace and Conflict" (9 March). If you would like to attend this conference, you can find further information here.
09 - 14 August, 2016, Montreal (Canada)
World Social Forum will take place in downtown Montreal. The goal of the WSF 2016 is to gather tens of thousands of people from groups in civil society, organizations and social movements who want to build a sustainable and inclusive world, where every person and every people has its place and can make its voice heard.
For more information, click here.
30 September - October 3 2016, Berlin (Germany)
IPB is planning a World Congress under the title Disarm! For a Climate of Peace. We expect that it will attract global attention and a large number of participants. Details at Congress website.