The IIPE has a long history of institutional affiliations, partnership and collaboration.
» In 2014 the IIPE secretariat established a new home at the Judith Herb College of Education at The University of Toledo, through which the IIPE maintains a special relationship with several university programs and centers. You can learn more about these relationships here.
» In Factis Pax, the online journal of peace education and social justice, publishes the proceedings of the International Institute on Peace Education.
» The IIPE is an active contributor in the Global Campaign for Peace Education (GCPE). Founded in 1999, the GCPE is an international network that promotes peace education among schools, families and communities to transform the culture of violence into a culture of peace.
» The IIPE secretariat also coordinates the global Community-based Institutes on Peace Education movement (CIPE). CIPEs are sustainable, community-based, non-formal peace education teacher training initiatives designed to address the lack of formal opportunities for the preparation of educators in the methods and practices of peace education. CIPEs are locally developed and taught in the local language to more adequately address local manifestations of violence, local and national educational policies, and prepare educators in culturally and contextually relevant educational practices. You can learn more about the CIPE movement here.
» Where to Study Peace Education? There is a growing demand for peace education, yet few know of the learning opportunities that exist for gaining knowledge, developing capacities, and building the fundamental pedagogical skills for teaching peace. To address this lack of availability of information, the IIPE, 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.
» Military Violence Against Women (MVAW). The IIPE is engaged in efforts to illuminate the integral interconnections between violence against women and war/armed conflict and continues to invite endorsements to our 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. The Statement is also an educational tool, designating forms of MVAW and recommendations to end violence against women and measures that are steps toward the ending of war as an instrument of state.