Peace as a Global Language Conference:

Peace as a Global Language 2011

Date: Saturday, October 22nd, 2011 Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Speaker: Plenary speakers: Mayumi Kozo and Aileen Mioko Smith

Peace as a Global Language will be held on October 22nd - 23rd at Konan CUBE in Nishinomiya (Kansai), Japan. PGL 2011, Peace without Boundaries, appeals to all those wishing to come together and work towards peace. The Conference offers an exciting line-up of presentations, workshops and posters focusing on peace activism and education. PGL also hosts a photo exhibition and workshop featuring the works of internationally-renowned photographers spreading the message of peace. We aim to include the voices of the young, the old and the excluded: the community here in Nishinomiya, through a number of collaborative projects; university students, who will lead a workshop on peace for teenagers, culminating in the creation of peace banners and murals; and the underprivileged around the world, through a Peace Banquet to benefit Table for Two. The pre-registration deadline is October 7th.

Organization: Peace as a Global Language Conference

Cost: 5000 yen for both days / 3000 yen for one day

Venue: Konan CUBE, Nishinomiya, Hyogo Prefecture

Location: Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan


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