peace conferences

In some major cities along the route, larger international events are planned, each with its own theme and organized by local partners. We have already received strong support from the Director-General of the UN Office in Geneva, the Pontifical Institute in the Vatican has agreed to help with a peace event in the Basilica of St. Francis in Assisi, and both the Presidents of Georgia and Armenia have agreed to support the conferences and the marches through their respective countries. A Peace Conference is planned in Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina, with the support of the International Peace Bureau in Berlin.

 

The following is a list of the current Conferences :

  1. Tehran, Iran “Strategies for Global Peace Building with Nonviolence” (February, 2020)

  2. Yerevan, Armenia “Nonviolence as a tool for political transformation”  (February, 2020)

  3. Tbilisi, Georgia “Peace-Building in the Caucasus”  (March 8, 2020)

  4. Sukhumi, Abkhazia  “Climate Change on the Black Sea Basin” (April 3, 2020)

  5. Sochi, Russia “Sochi International Peace Conference” (April 27, 2020)

  6. Sarajevo, BIH “Regional Peace and Global Challenges in the 21st Century” (July 1, 2020)

  7. Assisi, Italy “World Religions as the Peacemakers of the 21st Century” (July 23, 2020)

  8. Milan, Italy “The Role of Communities in Rural Development and Biodiversity” (September 7, 2020)

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Advisory Committee: Yves Berthelot (France),  PV Rajagopal (India), Vandana Shiva (India), Oliver de Schutter (Belgium), Mazide N’Diaye (Senegal), Gabriela Monteiro (Brazil), Irakli Kakabadze (Georgia), Anne Pearson (Canada), Liz Theoharis (USA), Sulak Sivaraksa (Thailand), Jagat Basnet (Nepal), Miloon Kothari (India),  Irene Santiago (Philippines), Arsen Kharatyan (Armenia), Margrit Hugentobler (Switzerland), Jill Carr-Harris (Canada/India), Reva Joshee (Canada), Sonia Deotto (Mexico/Italy),Benjamin Joyeux (Geneva/France), Aneesh Thillenkery, Ramesh Sharma, Ran Singh (India)