Posted: 07.01.2015
By Dr. Thomas Daffern
8th International Conference on Peace and Nonviolent Action [ICPNA] THE JAIPUR DECLARATION.Pdf
Posted: 12.05.2014
By Dr. Vidya Jain
8th International Conference on Peace and Nonviolent Action [ICPNA] Sustainable Development and Peace If we look at the balance sheet of development and human well-being, of achievements and deficits, of profit and people, of power and poverty, of global over-class and local under-class, of masculinity and femininity and above all of global village and fractured civilization a disastrous picture of the world...
Posted: 12.05.2014
By Prof. Dr. Suneet Varma
8th International Conference on Peace and Nonviolent Action [ICPNA] Abstract: The paper begins with a brief outline of the Indian Rasa and Bhava perspective on emotions given by Bharat in his Natya Shastra. The potential of this view for bringing about more effective realms of being (ego transcendence and development beyond ego-consolidation) is then highlighted. It is proposed that such a shift in one's...
Posted: 11.05.2014
By Rev. & Dr. Ravi Kumar Stephan
8th International Conference on Peace and Nonviolent Action [ICPNA] I consider the Human Psyche as an Ecological Factor. After the First World War, sociologists associated with the Chicago School, as a reaction to the research conducted by developmental psychologists, developed socio-ecological models. These models were developed to further the understanding of the dynamic interrelations among various personal...
Posted: 11.05.2014
By Priscilla Prutzman
8th International Conference on Peace and Nonviolent Action [ICPNA] Children’s Creative Response to Conflict. Nyack New York Since 1980, bias-related Incidents and hate crimes have been escalating. The New York City Police Department reports that “70% of all bias-related incidents are committed by people under 19” (Bodinger-DeUriarte & Sancho, 1990. p. 2). No doubt a large number of such persons are...
Posted: 11.05.2014
By Paolo Asirelli
8th International Conference on Peace and Nonviolent Action [ICPNA] Introduction Usually the translation of the Japanese world “Karate” is “empty hand”; i.e., without weapons. In the beginning it was “Karate Jutsu”, this means “training in using the empty hand as a defensive and offensive technique”. In the last century, in Japan a lot of Karate Masters changed the direction from war activity to...
Posted: 10.05.2014
By Dr. Akash Ouchi
8th International Conference on Peace and Nonviolent Action [ICPNA] Tohoku Earthquake and Spirit of Nonviolence The magnitude 9.0 earthquake that struck north-eastern Japan on 11 March 2011, was the fifth largest earthquake ever recorded. Japan, a country which is witness to frequent earthquakes, the magnitude of this earthquake was unprecedented. 16,100 precious lives were lost and 3,000 were reported...
Posted: 06.05.2014
By Shivani Bothra
8th International Conference on Peace and Nonviolent Action [ICPNA] A frequently cited verse from the Rig Veda is: ekam sat viprah bahudha vadanti, (1.64.46) translated as “Truth is one and the wise call it by many names.” Or, as for example Philip Goldberg states “One truth many paths.”(Goldberg, 2010). In a similar vein, it can be said that violence is complexly one, manifested in divergent ways, and...
Posted: 06.05.2014
By Dr. Michael Ben-Eli
8th International Conference on Peace and Nonviolent Action [ICPNA] Sustainability and Peace Dear friends, thank you very much for the opportunity to join with you and share some thoughts concerning sustainability, an important topic that is critical to the well - being of our planet and the very future of humankind. Thank you, too, to the organizers for putting together this urgent event and making my...
Posted: 06.05.2014
By Dr. Ashok Bapna
8th International Conference on Peace and Nonviolent Action [ICPNA] 1. The concept of Relative Economics was coined by Acharya Mahapragya during the first International Conference on “Economics of Non-violence and the Vision of a Sustainable World” in New Delhi on Dec. 5-7, 2005 and subsequently we have had the similar kind of International Conferences at Jaipur, Udaipur and Ladnun under the auspices of...

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