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IPRA-PEC at 50: Making the Most of Maturity

Matt Meyer, Secretary General of the International Peace Research Association (IPRA),  and Candice Carter, convener of the Peace Education Commission (PEC) of IPRA, respond to the reflections of Magnus Haavlesrud and Betty Reardon on the 50th anniversary of the PEC. Matt provides additional inquiries for future reflection and Candice shares insights on the significant and dynamic role the PEC has played within IPRA and the field of peace education at large.

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International Peace Research Association (IPRA) Conference 2023

The International Peace Research Association (IPRA) invites you to join its 29th biennial conference, to be held in Trinidad and Tobago, May 17-21, 2023. The conference, “Rooted Futures: Visions of Peace and Justice,” will bring communities of academics, activists, and artists together to reflect on the past, present, and future of peace and justice praxis.

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Call for Contributions to a Volume Redefining Security, “Feminists Perspectives on Global Security: Confronting Convergent Existential Crises”

This collection will explore feminist security perspectives and potential strategies of change to transform the global security system from endemic conflict/crisis into stable human security consistent based on ecological health and human agency and responsibility. Proposals are due May 15.

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Knowledge for a complex world: Rethinking the roles of peace research and peace education (video)

The Berghof Foundation and the Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg hosted a November 25 panel discussion on how peace education and peace research should react to current global challenges. Video of the event is now available.

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