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IIPE 2014International Institute on Peace Education 2014
The Challenge of Abolition: Transcending a Century of Worldwide Wars
July 6-13, 2014 * Vilnius, Lithuania

It is with great regret that we announce that the 2014 International Institute on Peace Education has been cancelled.  Unfortunately we were unable to meet our fundraising goals to provide scholarships and offset general costs that are essential to keeping the program affordable.

Click here to read the cancellation notice and for more information on IIPE 2014>>


study peace educationWhere in the World to Study Peace Education?
Help us Build a Global Directory

The International Institute on Peace Education, in partnership with the Global Campaign for Peace Education and the National Peace Academy, is conducting a survey to inventory programs, courses, and workshops in peace education.  We need your help to build this inventory.  If you are running a program, teaching a course, or are currently a student studying peace education, or have the necessary information about such a program, please take a few moments to complete our online form. 

Click here to contribute to the peace education program global directory (via the Global Campaign for Peace Education website) >>


CSW 57A Statement on Military Violence against Women addressed to the 57th Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, March 4-15, 2013
Violence against Women is Integral to War and Armed Conflict - The Urgent Necessity of the Universal Implementation of UNSCR 1325

The United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) meets annually at the UN’s New York Headquarters to assess the situation in regard to member states’ actions toward achieving the goal of equality between men and women, one of its founding principles.  The reports and deliberations each year focus on particular topics.  The 57th session of CSW (March 4-15, 2013) discussed the crucial and complex issues of violence against women.  Because the intergovernmental conference devoted little attention to the ways that war and armed conflict produce multiple forms of violence against women, many nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) endorsed and addressed to the Commission the Statement on Military Violence against Women posted here on the IIPE website to inform peace educators about the issues and to garner additional endorsements from individuals and NGOs. 

Click here to read and endorse the statement>>


IIPE 2013International Institute on Peace Education 2013
"Towards a Possible World Free from Violence:
Pedagogies, Proposals and Politics for Human Rights and Peace"
San Juan, Puerto Rico * July 7-14, 2013

The 2013 International Institute on Peace Education (IIPE) was held in San Juan, Puerto Rico from July 7-14, 2013.  It was co-organized in partnership with the UNESCO Chair for Peace Education at the University of Puerto Rico and the National Peace Academy, USA (home of the IIPE secretariat).

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scholarIIPE 2014 Scholarship Appeal
Help Us Raise $10,000

We need your help! For every $750 we raise we are able to cover the entire participation costs (food, lodging and local transportation for 8 days) for one participant in need. Considering the costs of other similar programs (on average $2000 for a week long training) this is a great bargain. We believe that your creativity and generosity can help us to raise our goal of a $10,000 for the 2014 IIPE. This is enough money to provide more than 14 full scholarships.

Click here to contribute to the IIPE scholarship fund today>>


HistoryIn 1982 the first International Institute on Peace Education was held at Teachers College, Columbia University. Since then, the IIPE has been hosted by universities and organizations across the United States and in fourteen countries around the world. Reports and documentation from past IIPEs are available. For more more on the history of the IIPE >>

PhilosophyThe institutional and social purposes of the IIPE are directed toward the development of the field of peace education in theory, practice and advocacy. In addition to the important learning of contextually relevant issues and pedagogical approaches, the purposes of the IIPE are threefold. First, the IIPE seeks to further develop the substance of peace education... For more on the philosophy of the IIPE click here >>

CIPE Organizer's Manual:
A Peace Education Planning Guide
The "Community-based Institute on Peace Education Organizer's Manual: A Peace Education Planning Guide" is available for purchase or free download. The manual is intended for CIPE organizers and participants as well as anyone who is interested in designing programs in peace education. To order or download your copy today click here >>

Information for Participants  Important information for participants accepted to participate in IIPE 2011 will soon be made available here. Participants will be informed by email when this information is made available.


IIPE Proceedings Published on the online Journal InFactis PaxIn Factis Pax, the online journal of peace education and social justice, publishes the proceedings of the International Institute on Peace Education. The 2009 special issue on "Human Rights Learning as Peace Education: Pursuing Democracy in a Time of Crisis" is available to read and download. To access the journal for free click here >>

IIPE 25th Anniversary (2007)  UN Deputy Secretary General Dr. Asha Rose-Migiro welcomed participants to the IIPE 25th Anniversary symposium held at the UN August 8-10, 2007. In her opening address she commented “your mission to use education for peace in its broadest sense reflects the evolution that has taken place over the past few decades in the way we define collective security.” For more on the IIPE 25th Anniversary click here >>

 
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