28 April - 9 May 2014, New York, USA
The third session of the Preparatory Committee for the 2015 Review Conference of the Non-Proliferation Treaty will be held in New York.
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3 May 2014, New York, USA
FACING THE DANGERS OF 21ST CENTURY GREAT POWER WAR
A conference on the century of the World War I
This conference will provide an opportunity for reflection and discussion on the world wars of the last century, and about the risks of great power war today. The conference will be held alongside the 2014 preparatory committee meeting for the 2015 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference. We hope as well to spark discussion and awareness about the dangers posed by nuclear weapons in the context of new rounds of great power competition and arms racing that appear to be in the offing.
The conference will bring together activists and academics with knowledge and experience relevant to emerging dangers in key regions, from wars, resource conflicts and profound ongoing political realignments in the Middle East, to growing tensions in the Western Pacific over territory and resources, as well as the U.S. strategic “pivot” to Asia. Speakers will address the risks of great power war, the implication of those dangers for peace and disarmament efforts, and the kinds of movements we will need to build to forge a path to a more peaceful world.
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Peace Event Sarajevo: From a World of War and Violence to a Culture of Peace and Nonviolence.
This event will be:
A meeting and exchanging place for activists, practitioners and researchers of peace and active nonviolence.
An opportunity to review the achievements and challenges related to peace and nonviolence in Europe
An opportunity to present a Culture of Peace and Nonviolence in its diverse dimensions.
A space to plan joint initiatives for the advancement of a Culture of Peace.
16 - 20 June 2014, New York, USA
The Fifth Biennial Meeting of States to Consider Implementation of the Programme of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects (BMS5) will be held in New York.
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19-20 June 2014, Perugia, Italy
The Annual International Conference on Economics and Security has been running for eighteen years and has become the main international forum for defence and peace economists, attracting participants from all around the world. It aims to provide an opportunity for economists, political scientists and others from around the world to share ideas and discuss the future developments in Economics and Security.
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23 - 25 June 2014, The Hague, Netherlands
The 14th Jan TInbergen European Peace Science Conferece, annual meeting of NEPS, will be held on 23rd - 25th June 2014 in The Hague a the International Institute of Social Studies, in The Hague.
Presentations that address any issue relating to peace and securit broady defined are welcomed. More information can be found here.
27 - 31 July 2014, Istres, France
A few weeks after the Sarajevo Peace Event, will take place in France the 6th Youth Peace Meeting organised by Le Mouvement de la Paix. On the occasion of the centenary of the first world war, we are expecting a hundred young peace activists from Europe and the world around the topic of peace. Conferences, debates and workshops ( video, photo, artistic creation, journalism, education for a culture of peace for the kids of the city...). All the participants are invited to make workshops and topics proposals in order to multiply the co-builders and co-actors of the event. The objectives of the meeting are to exchange, to strengthen an active youth peace network, to make action for peace. Join us!
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Conference for Nonviolence from August 1st - 3rd 2014 hosted by IFOR (International Fellowship of Reconciliation) in Konstanz, Germany, for its centenary.
We call for your support and participation in the 2014 World Conference against A and H Bombs.
February 14, 2014
73rd General Meeting
Organizing Committee of the World Conference against A and H Bombs
10-14 August 2014, Istambul (Turkey)
The Ecology and Peace Commission (EPC) addresses the relationship between the Earth and human system and their impacts on peace with a special focus on the linkages between problems of sustainable development and sustainable peace.
For the 2012 IPRA Conference the EPC convenors suggest to devote several sessions to the following topical theme: Towards Sustainable Peace: Nature, Gender and Resilience Building.
Deadline for submission is December 15th 2013
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.
The conference goals are:
The conference theme is The Role of Museums for Peace in Promoting Remembrance, Historical Truth and Reconciliation.
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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.
17 - 18 October 2014, New Jersey, USA
First World War Conference
Call for Papers
Georgian Court University, Lakewood, New Jersey, USA
[Proposal Deadline: March 1, 2014]
Co-Sponsored by Peace History Society
World War I: Dissent, Activism, & Transformation
The program committee invites paper proposals that focus on Dissent, Activism, & Transformation in the World War I Era. The First World War was a watershed event in modern world history and among the most significant events in the 20th century. The war triggered dissent and activism; and it had an impact on political activism, social reform, and cultural expression. In turn, these developments transformed society, politics, and culture. This conference will explore the themes of dissent, activism, and transformation during the war and the immediate postwar era.
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