In the midst of increasingly mounted global tension, the need to live together in peace and harmony should be urgently met. Efforts should be made to keep peace at different levels. Education is seemingly the most strategic medium for developing the culture of peace, that will enable to develop an active, positive, participatory process through respect for diversity, tolerance, encouraging dialogue, and resolving conflicts with a spirit of mutual understanding and cooperation.  It creates a culture of peace in schools through individual and structural levels. The culture of peace is not merely the cumulative state of a person who is peacefully personal, but includes a structurally peaceful mindset as well.

We are delighted to have inspiring international and national speakers, who will address the conference themes within local, national and international contexts. We invite you to consider answering our call for presentations and share your best practices, knowledge and research with your professional colleagues.

We are excited at the prospect of welcoming delegates from different countries to attend the conference, for sharing and networking with colleagues who share your passion about inspiring confidence and excellence of peace efforts for the sake of the peaceful people, countries and world.



The conference aims to provide the participants with new experiences with and knowledge of the best practices of peace education in different places, enable them to share concerns and issues of global peace seen from various disciplinary fields, and to establish networks with individuals or organizations with similar consideration of peace in general.

This conference will be held in Auditorium FIP, 11 December 2019.

Important Dates

Registration15 August – 5 December 2019
Abstract submission15 August – 5 December 2019
Full paper submission18 December 2019 (for presentation)
Full paper submission20 December 2019 (for publication)

Theme / Scope

  • Peace education and curriculum
  • Peace education pedagogy
  • Safe and peaceful schooling
  • Prevention of violent acts in schools
  • Mental health and wellbeing in schools
  • Development of conflict resolution skills
  • Peace keeping efforts
  • De-radicalization, de-extremism and political violence
  • Peace and global politics
  • Interfaith education and tolerance


Keynote Speaker(s)

H.E. Retno Marsudi

Minister of Foreign Affairs of The Republic of Indonesia (*

H.E. Muhadjir Effendy

Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia (*

H.E. Prof. Sunaryo Kartadinata

Ambassador of The Republic of Indonesia to The Republic of Uzbekistan and Kirgizstan

Featured Speaker(s)

Gail Frances R. Galang, Ph.D.

Center for Peace Education, Miriam College, Philippines

Nakaya Ayami

International Institute of Comparative Education, Hiroshima University, Japan


President of One Asia Foundation

Prof. Phillip T. Slee

Centre for Student Wellbeing & Prevention of Violence (SWAPv) Flinders University, Australia

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