Conference on Peace and Security

International Conference on Peace and Security 2019

Kampala, Uganda
27 - 30 November 2019
8 days until the conference begins

Important Dates

Abstract Acceptance Notification
15th May 2019
Abstract Submission Deadline
30th May 2019
Final Abstract / Full Paper Deadline
30th July 2019
Early Bird Deadline
30th August 2019

About Conference on Peace and Security

With a long history of armed conflicts and insecurity in Uganda and the entire Great Lakes Region,Uganda Peace Foundation is organising an International Conference on Peace and Security.The purpose of the event is to craft concrete practical solutions to prevent conflicts and insecurity including terrorism in the region and the entire world.Relative to terrorism if we can generate solutions in harmony with what the former US President George W.Bush said, it would be a big success.He said,"......I think you can create condtions so that those who use terror as a tool are less acceptable in parts of the world."(Bush,2004).

Topics

Development studies, International humanitarian law, Peace and conflict studies, Poverty alleviation, Poverty studies, Sustainable development goals (sdgs), Peace/conflict management, Sustainable peace and development, Peacebuilding, Peacemaking, Peace education, International law, Human rights, Terrorism and security, Poverty reduction

Call for Papers

Potential guest speakers should  send their papers to the Chairman organising committee of the event.Communication should be made to: ugandapeacefoundation@gmail.com

Details about the theme, sub theme,and the entire programme visit the conference website: http://regonline.activeeurope... 

There is an opportunity for papers to be published in reputable journals. 

With the ever increasing global challenges of armed conflicts and insecurity including terrorism,climate change,poverty, hunger, the refugee crisis in the Occidental countries,Internally Displaced Persons(IDPs),and HIV/AIDs which has been recognised by the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1308 of 2000 as an international security threat there is an urgent need to generate concrete practical solutions to overcome these global menaces.As the entire global family let us come together and resolve these challenges,the outcry is loud and clear. 

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