International Peace Research Association Conference 2010
Every two years, the members of the International Peace Research Association (IPRA) meet at their global conference to:
- assess conflict and peacebuilding in the world;
- discuss the state of the art of peace research;
- plan future research, and
- influence the practice and decision-making of violence prevention and peace building.
We invite you to attend IPRA Sydney 2010
Location: Sydney, AUSTRALIA
Date: 6th -10th July
Theme: Communicating Peace
Host: Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Sydney
- Irene Khan, Former Secretary General of Amnesty International
- Johan Galtung, TRANCEND
- Patrick Dodson, Sydney Peace Prize winner and former Commissioner into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody.
- Come as a Presenter: Fill out a proposal form and be part of one of our commissions or working groups (deadline for submission 27th March 2010).
- Come as a Participant: participate by listening to some very inspirational presentations.
To register or find out more about the conference in 2010 in Sydney visit:
To find out more about IPRA and the commissions & working groups visit: http://www.kuleuven.be/research/index.html
The International Peace Research Association (IPRA) is an international non-governmental organisation seeking to advance trans-disciplinary research into the conditions of sustainable peace and the causes of war and other forms of violence. IPRA encourages worldwide cooperation designed to assist the advancement of peace research, in particular: to promote national and international studies and teaching related to the pursuit of world peace, to facilitate contacts and cooperation between scholars and educators throughout the world, and to encourage the worldwide dissemination of the results of peace research.
Today, IPRA has approximately 1400 individual and institutional associates worldwide and is a member of the International Social Science Council. In 1989 IPRA received the UNESCO prize for Peace Education.