Global Campaign for Peace Education Japan:
Creating a Culture of Peace at a Critical Moment: The capacity of education for people's empowerment (day 3 of 3)
Date: Monday, August 15th, 2011 Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Speaker: Loreta Castero, Kip Cates, Sasanka Perera, Kamata Yoji, Sakamoto Hitomi, Nojima Daisuke, Kakuta Naoko, Kikuchi Keiko, Kawane Shinya
A peace education meeting will be held August 13 - 15, 2011 at the National Women's Education Center (NWEC) in Saitama. The theme is Creating a Culture of Peace at a Critical moment: The capacity of education for people's empowerment.
Aug. 13th evening:
Sasanka Perera: Not Learning from History: Absence of Institutional Wisdom, Politics of Language and Issues of "Learning" in Post-War Sri Lanka
Aug. 14th morning:
KAMATA, Yoji: Practical Peace Education in Nepal, outcome and further implication
Cates Kip: Saying No to Nationalism and War: The Story of Garry Davis
SAKAMOTO Hitomi: To Learn More about Asia in EFL Classes
Aug. 14th afternoon:
Keynote: Dr. Loreta Castero from Mirriam College, Philippines.
Aug. 14th afternoon:
NOJIMA Daisuke: Participatory World Order Learning
Cates Kip: Teaching about the Causes of War
KAKUTA, Naoko: Education for Live Together, its ethics and action.
Aug. 15th morning:
KIKUCHI Keiko: Time of Change beyond the progressive model, supported by nuclear energy which promoted over-production and consumption
KAWANE Shinya: Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster and Low-level radiation exposure
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Organization: Global Campaign for Peace Education Japan
Cost: One day 2,000 yen each, 9,000 yen for 3 days (includes 2 nights accommodation; meals not included)
Venue: National Women's Education Center (NWEC), Musashi-Ranzan on Tobu Tojo Line
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