Conference will address 12 themes in peace research
The Canadian Peace Research Association (CPRA – ACRP) invites you to attend, in person or online, its 2023 Conference and Annual Meeting from May 31 to June 2, 2023 at York University.
CPRA President Dr. Erika Simpson writes, “We hope you will register for Congress 2023 using the button below. We have put together an exciting program featuring many experts, activists and scholars interested in Peace Research (see program).”
This year’s CPRA sessions are part of the Congress 2023 of the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences, and focus on 12 recurrent themes in peace research:
- Theme 1: The Case For and Against Nuclear Modernization & Deterrence
- Theme 2: Empowering Farmers and Indigenous People in Brazil and Sri Lanka
- Theme 3: How do International Treaties Work?
- Theme 4: Intertwining Peace and Children’s Rights
- Theme 5: Postmodernism in Digital Age: Children’s Education and Vulnerabilities
- Theme 6: Mental Health, Suicide and Unsafe Digital Spaces
- Theme 7: Peace: Lessons for Ukraine and Russia
- Theme 8: Navigating Tensions and Backsliding
- Theme 9: Peace and Globalization: Where do they lead?
- Theme 10: Decision-making in Crisis
- Theme 11: Peacekeeping: Education & Training
- Theme 12: Warfare in the Future and the Past
A Cordial Invitation from the Program Committee
We are pleased to invite you to the 2023 Annual Conference of the Canadian Peace Research Association – Association canadienne de recherché pour la paix (CPRA – ACRP). The CPRA – ACRP Conference is part of the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences, which promotes research, and teaching for “the advancement of an inclusive, democratic, and progressive society.” With a membership now comprising over 160 universities, colleges, and scholarly associations, the Federation and Congress 2023 represents a diverse community of 91,000 researchers and graduate students across Canada.
The Federation organizes Canada’s largest academic gathering, the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, bringing together each year more than 8,000 participants. In 2023, it is expected that thousands of scholars will gather at York University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in person and under the aegis of a virtual platform using Zoom showcasing approximately 70 academic associations representing a rich spectrum of disciplines in education, social sciences, social work, peace research and other academic disciplines. Congress represents a unique showcase of scholarly excellence, creativity, and leadership.
The CPRA – ACRP Conference, as a constituent of Congress 2023, hopes to offer a welcoming milieu for peace researchers, social scientists, teachers, as well as activists and advocates, in order to present their research as well as influence peace studies.
For more information:
CPRA Staff firstname.lastname@example.org
CPRA President and Program Chair Erika Simpson email@example.com