With the emergence of new tools that employ artificial intelligence (AI) we are witnessing another technological revolution. It affects individuals, communities and institutions at multiple, interconnected and interdependent levels. The impacts of AI are everywhere and present opportunities as well as important challenges for the lives and futures of billions of people.
The overall aim of the Conference is to engage in a critical, open and inclusive discussion on how to address AI development to maximise benefits for society and minimise risks to human rights, democracy and the rule of law. The conference will bring together high-level experts from governments, international organisations, businesses, technology, academia and research, civil society and the media. From the perspective of the Council of Europe’s core mandate and values, the debates will explore ways to ensure that emerging technologies are designed, developed and applied to create value for individuals, for democratic societies and for the viability of legal and institutional frameworks.
Festival of harvest
Chinese New Year is also called “Spring Festival” and “Lunar New Year” because it comes in the spring time and is dated based on the Chinese lunar calendar.
Each Chinese New Year is designated as “the year of” one of the 12 animals of the Chinese Zodiac, which animal is supposed to characterise that year and all those born in it.
Alison Smale led the briefing, which focused on the
little-known record of Albanians during the Holocaust, who took in thousands of
Jews who would otherwise have ended up in the Nazi death camps.
Under the theme: “Holocaust Remembrance: Demand and Defend
your Human Rights”, it was one of the main events marking International Holocaust
Remembrance Day throughout this week of reflection on the industrial-scale
genocide of approximately six million European Jews during World War Two.
March 6 – 7, 2020
ICPEPS 2020: International Conference on Peace Education and Peace Studies aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Peace Education and Peace Studies. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Peace Education and Peace Studies.
We are proud to invite you to join us at International Conference on Peace and Conflict Resolution 2019, that will take place from November 15th – 17th 2019 in Bangkok, Thailand.
The Conference is organized by Tomorrow People Organization-
internationally recognized non for profit organization with head quarters in
Learn how to make “žurka” in Novi Sad, the European Youth Capital 2019!
Novi Sad was chosen as European Youth Capital 2019. For one year the second biggest Serbian city will be the centre of the youth in Europe. Therefore Novi Sad opens its doors: for their young inhabitants to discover Europe and for young Europeans to discover Novi Sad. Sure that we had to have a look!
Whether it’s leading a national conversation about gun control or fighting for girls’ education and gender equality around the world, an increasing number of young women are stepping forward as change agents.
To keep the momentum going, this year’s theme for International Women’s Day is centered around #PressforProgress and urges women of all generations to to use their voices to make a difference.
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), in partnership with the Vaclav Havel Library and the Charta 77 Foundation, has issued a call for nominations for the 2019 Václav Havel Human Rights Prize.
The Prize, created in 2013, aims to reward outstanding civil society action in defending human rights in Europe and beyond. Candidates should have made a real difference to the human rights situation of a given group, been instrumental in uncovering large-scale systemic violations, or have successfully mobilised public opinion or the international community for a cause.
UNDP’s work on conflict prevention and peacebuilding promotes social cohesion and empowering nations and communities to become inclusive and resilient to external and internal shocks.
This is done by supporting and strengthening of key governance institutions needed to peacefully navigate countries away from potential conflict and ensure durable societal transformations occur. UNDP also works towards deepening gains made at the political and diplomatic level by providing strategic analysis, policy and programme support to the broader UN system and government partners. UNDP’s interventions in conflict prevention and peacebuilding involve the following three substantive thematic areas:
The fifth annual International Peace Conference is fast approaching and will be taking place from Feb 1st-3rd in Maastricht, Netherlands
Explore and learn more about the conference and our upcoming theme: “Sapere Aude”
During a three-day conference, 400 participants of over 105 nationalities, take part in a wide variety of engagements. Workshops led by youth, who have either experienced the absence of peace or with personal ties to various forms of conflict, offer unique insights and solution-based discussions. Peacemakers, challengers, advocates, and experts from around the world share their knowledge and inspire through lectures and leaded debates.
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