The 2024 International Institute on Peace Education (IIPE) will take place near Kathmandu, Nepal from July 21-28 2024.
The theme of this Special Bilingual (Spanish/English) Issue “Weaving Together Intercultural Peace Learning” is derived from a collaborative process to formulate the guiding inquiry for the International Institute on Peace Education (IIPE) Mexico 2022. This theme refers to conceptual understandings and transformative practices for fostering constructive interconnectedness and interdependence for peace learning, which explore the balance of sentipensar (feeling-thinking) and cognitive-emotional processes.
This post introduces “The New Nuclear Era,” a series intended to inspire peace educators to address the urgencies of a renewed civil society movement for the abolition of nuclear weapons. The series is presented in observation of two 40th anniversaries, significant to both the field of peace education and the nuclear abolition movement.
The webinar “Peace Education and the Pandemic: Global Perspectives” featured a dozen acclaimed peace educators from around the world who shared unique perspectives on the systemic violence COVID-19 has revealed and how they are using peace education to respond to these and other critical issues. Video of the event is now available.
70 educators, academics & activists, representing more 33 different country identities and affiliations, gathered at the 2019 International Institute on Peace Education in Nicosia, Cyprus from July 21-28, 2019. As an act of solidarity with peace educators from around the world, participants declared that there is no peace without peace education.
The 2017 International Institute for Peace Education (IIPE) will be held in Innsbruck, Austria from August 27 to September 2, 2017. Exploring the theme of “Aesthetic Peaces: Social, Political & Embodied Learning – Responses for Human & Planetary Survival,” IIPE 2017 is being organized in partnership with the IIPE Secretariat, members of the Faculty of Education and Queens’ College at the University of Cambridge, and the MA Program and UNESCO Chair for Peace Studies at the University of Innsbruck.