2009 World Appreciative Inquiry Conference : Creating a Positive Revolution for Sustainable Change, 16 – 19 November 2009, Nepal
Come be part of the positive change revolution! The conference will feature top leaders, practitioners and scholars from around the world who focus on strength-based approaches for change and development. With a focus on lifting up best practices and stories of success from around the globe, this event promises to be the premier learning and collaborative opportunity for today’s leaders, managers, and development professionals in government, non-government, and business and change agents at ever level of society.
The 2009 World AI Conference will have profound implications for everyone interested in leading with hope and optimism, and winning the future through the highest engagement of human strengths—and getting extraordinary results in the process!
October 3-5, 2008 – Austin, Texas, U.S. Are you dedicated to solving tough problems through honest talk, quality thinking and collaborative action? Come join hundreds of others who believe that better communication is the key to solving many of the biggest problems facing our organizations, communities, and societies.
NCDD’s dynamic conferences bring together leaders and future leaders in public engagement, conflict resolution and related fields to share resources and strategies, build lasting relationships, increase the visibility and effectiveness of their work, tackle challenges we face, and initiate collaborative projects. Many people who have attended NCDD conferences say they’re the best conferences they’ve ever attended.
The first annual World Vision International Peace Prize, open to organisations and individuals both internal and external to World Vision, will be granted on the International Day of Peace in 2009. The Peace Prize is given in honour and memory of Steve Williams (1951-2007).
The Peace Prize consists of two awards. A Peacebuilding Award recognises the work of an agency or organization. A Peacemaking Award honours an individual.
Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum “Conflict Prevention in the Multimedia Age”, 3-5 June 2009, Bonn, Germany
Opportunities and challenges posed by new technologies and consumer habits
Deutsche Welle’s Global Media Forum 2009 will bring together media users and producers, peace building and conflict prevention specialists, representatives from the fields of media technology and security, public relations, the military, the arms industry as well as members of government and political parties to network and discuss the challenges and solutions for the future.
The aim of the conference is to raise awareness on the peace necessity and its sustainability, on the macro/micro level.
This is a comprehensive and interactive program that brings people closer together, all with one mutual goal – to make world a safer place and make positive impact on their local communities, providing people with necessary knowledge and strength to change circumstances and evolve above prejudice and fear.
January 29-30, 2007, New Delhi
Commemorating a 100 years of Satyagraha (1906 – 2006)
Welcome to the Centenary Celebrations organized by the Indian National Congress.
Cluj Model United Nations Association from Cluj-Napoca, Romania organized the first edition of the Transylvania Model United Nations (TRANSIMUN). The conference aims to bring together students from all over the world to debate, simulate the decision making process inside the United Nations and enjoy a multicultural environment.
2007 conference theme has been „Meeting the Challenges of Globalisation” .
A Multidisciplinary, Multicultural Conference sponsored by Common Bond Institute (USA) and HARMONY Institute (Russia) in cooperation with the International Humanistic Psychology Association Dates: May 5-13, 2007 Site: St. Petersburg, Russia
Hiroshima University Partnership for Peacebuilding and Social Capacity Subject: “Indigenous Initiatives for Peacebuilding: Importance of Local Viewpoints and Expected Roles of Development Assistance” Date: March 8&9, 2007 Place: International Conference Center Hiroshima