IIPE Partnership/public meeting
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GCPEJ TOP <Japanese>
2012 IIPE: August (11th) 12th - 19th
Call for Participants on IIPE* : Institute on Peace Education Public day
on Aug 15th will be held at the National Women’s Education Center (NWEC), the meeting room in the residential building.
one hour from Ikebukuro,
Theme: Educating for Human Security & Survival: Emergencies in Ecology, Energy, Economy.
Fee: 2,000 yen ［party 2,000 yen in the evening］
Participants would be registered to the local host organization :
*Program will be placed on the web:
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*2012 IIPE has about 30 participants from 11 coutries.
This is a unique opportunity to learn from peace educators from around the world. Plenaries and practical workshops will be shared.
GCPEJ: August 13 - 15, 2011
A peace education meeting will be held at the National Women's Education (NWEC) in Saitama from August 13 - 15, 2011.
Theme: Creating a Culture of Peace at a Critical moment: The capacity of education for people's empowerment
The participants will meet at Tobu Ikebukuro Station, the 1st floowr, South exit at 1.00pm on August 13 and travel together to the Maruki A-bomb gallery, arriving at the NWEC in the evening.
Fee: 9,000 yen (includes two nights accommodation: meals are not included), 5,000 yen (one night), 2,000 yen (one day).
13th Aug evening
Sasanka Perera: Not Learning from History: Absence of Institutional Wisdom, Politics of Language and Issues of ‘Learning’ in Post-War Sri Lanka
14th Aug morning
Cates Kip: Teaching about the Causes of War
SAKAMOTO Hitomi: To Learn More about Asia in EFL ClassesAug.
NOJIMA Daisuke: Participatory World Order Learning
Keynote: Dr. Loreta Castero from Mirriam College, Philippines.
Strategic Ways to Educate for a Culture of Peace: a Philippine Perspective
KAMATA, Yoji: Practical Peace Education in Nepal, outcome and further implication
Cates Kip: Saying No to Nationalism and War: The Story of Garry Davis
KAKUTA, Naoko: Education for Live Together, its ethics and action.Aug. 15th morning.
Aug. 14th afternoon.
KIKUCHI Keiko: Time of Change beyond the progressive model supported by nuclear energy, promoting over production and consumption
KAWANE Shinya: Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster and Low-level radiation exposure
Optional tour to Ogawa Town: 15th afternoon and 16th morning.
We will vist Organic farm, Community cafe, Hot spring, Bio gas plant, Sake brewery
We apologize for the postponement of IIPE. The Japanese team are now considering a new venue in Kansai or the Southern part of Japan. Although IIPE has been postponed, we are planning to hold a shorter event organised by the Global Campaign for Peace Education in Japan (GCPEJ). We hope those who are based in Japan will come and share the experiences.
For those who do not wish to give a presentation, registration will be open until the 20th of July. We will encourage presentations by participants and will arrange a schedule. Please post the tittle of your presentation and the summary (300 letter in Japanese or 100 words in English) before the end of June.
Kansai Peace Education International Forum
Date: May 14 / 15
Venue: Kyoto University of Education
May 14th, 13:30 -
"Gandhi and the A-bomb"
Tomomi Sakai (Osaka Jogakuin College)
"Popoki peace project, What is peace and war? What color?"
Alexander Ronni (Kobe University)
"Collaborative learning with children overseas - promoting cross-cultural understanding through working together"
Atsuko Shiwaku (Japan Art MIle)
"Examining an academic framework for Peace Education - innovative concepts"
KIM HYE-OK (Ritsumeikan University and others)
May 15th, 9:30 -
"Learning for mutual understanding for Israeli and Palestine coexistence - practicing Peace OasisUnderstanding"
Kiriko Yosimura (Osaka University)
"World Religions in a Multi-cultural Society. Material development and fieldwork in teaching English"
Tomomi Oba (Ryukoku University)
"Japanese Human Security Interventions in Sri Lanka: Evaluating the Peace-building Outcomes" Albie Sharpe
( Ritsumeikan University)
"Machinto - a bomb story book inspiring a collaborative work by using internet"
Yoko Takagi (Jearn)
IIPE, The International Institute on Peace Education
Kansai Forum / Symposium
The local steering committee for IIPE has been organizing regular partnership meetings. These meetings have been held in the Tokyo area to disseminate and support the activities of the IIPE. In the Kansai area a Peace Education Forum / Symposium will be held on May 14th - 15th. We would sincerely appreciate your participation in this event. If you would like to make a presentation on the subject of Peace Education, kindly state your name, affiliation and the title of your presentation in the form the below before March 25th.
Call for Presentations
IIPE, The International Institute on Peace Education Forum / Symposium
- 30 minute presentation / 20 minute discussion
Presentations and registration should be posted according to the following format;
Name (in Japanese/English) / affiliation / e-mail / title of the presentation / abstract / preferred date of your presentation; May 14th or 15th.
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|Date&Time||Sunday, March 27th|
JICA Global Plaza
4-2-24 Hiroo, Shibuya-ku
(1 minute walk from Hiroo station)
|Fee||500 yen ( sutdents; free)|
|５）Working KIVA with high school students|
Officers; Save the Children Japan
|Date&Time||Sunday, February 6th, 13:30 - 16:30|
|Venute||JICA Global Plaza|
4) a: Keeping the memory alive: Confronting the reality of war across generations
- the War and Peace Exibition in Saitama: a twenty seven year history
b: Peace means the connection: Participating NARPI:
Northeast Asia Regional Peacebuilding Institute
a. Motonaga Futatsubashi ( Saitama Peace Exhibition )
b. Mariko Kimura (Certificate Program Seisen University,
Studies Global Citizenship)
|Date&Time||Sunday January 9th, 13:30 - 16:30|
Bunkyo Kumin Center 2F, Room 2B
|1) Dialogue among Multicultural Society|
Asia Leadership Fellow Program Fellow
Prof. Colombo University
|Date&Time||Friday October 29th, 18:30 – 20:30|
|Venue||JICA Global Plaza|
2) Teaching Peace Using Visual Media
Bridge for Peace
||Monday November 22nd, 18:30 – 20:30|
Bunkyo Civic Center, 4th Floor Kumin Kaigaishitsu A
Subway: Korakuen or Kasuga
3) Building a Culture of Peace through NVC, Non Violence Communication
|Speaker||Catherine Cadden, CNVC Trainer|
||Friday December 3rd, 18:30 – 20:30|
JICA Global Plaza