Peace as a Global Language Conference:

Peace as a Global Language Conference 2013 (day 2 of 2)

Date: Sunday, November 17th, 2013 Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Speaker: Plenary: Tim Denny. Call for papers due July 31

Call for papers deadline extended to August 30.
Peace as a Global Language will be held on November 16-17th at Rikkyo University Niiza Campus in Saitama, Japan. PGL 2013, Peace and Welfare in the Local and Global Community, 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. We cordially invite scholars, teachers, peace activists, students and members of the community interested in these issues and more to join us in the second weekend of November in the beautiful surroundings of Rikkyo University's Niiza campus for discussion, debate and contemplation, and to come together to realise our potential as co-inhabitants of a shrinking planet.

Organization: Peace as a Global Language Conference

Cost: Two Days: 8000 yen; One Day: 4000 yen

Venue: Rikkyo University Niiza Campus, Saitama

Location: Niiza City, Saitama Prefecture, Japan


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