Peace

Science in Times of Crisis: Lessons from Fukushima and WWII

Collective ‘memory’ is one way to ensure that past mistakes in the evolution of science systems are not repeated after a crisis, disaster or conflict according to a University of Tokyo historian who has contributed to the ISC Science Futures report: Protecting Science in Times of Crisis.

20.02.2024

Living Together in Peace: the United Republic of Tanzania, an icon of hope

On the occasion of the International Day of Living Together in Peace, the Secretary-General of ISC Member the International Peace Research Association (IPRA), Christine Atieno, explores how the international community could learn from the Tanzanian model of peace to address conflicts and promote peace cultures in realistic ways.

16.05.2022

Multilateralism and Diplomacy: Focus on the East African Community

On the occasion of the International Day of Multilateralism and Diplomacy for Peace celebrated on 24 April, the Secretary-General of ISC Member the International Peace Research Association (IPRA), Christine Atieno, shared insights on multilateralism and solidarity in the East African Community.

28.04.2022

A ‘New Normality’ Needed for Post-Pandemic Peace

The UN General-Assembly declared 16 May the International Day of Living Together in Peace, as a means of regularly mobilizing the efforts of the international community to promote peace, tolerance, inclusion, understanding and solidarity. Matt Meyer, Secretary General of ISC Member, the International Peace Research Association, explores what this day means for peace research.

16.05.2021

Palazzo dei Congressi, Piazza Adua, Florence, Metropolitan City of Florence, Italy
Centennial Celebration and Congress of the International Union of Soil Sciences
Add to Calendar 19.05.2024 12:00 am 21.05.2024 12:00 am +00:00 Centennial Celebration and Congress of the International Union of Soil Sciences https://council.science/events/iuss-centennial-celebration-congress2024/ Palazzo dei Congressi, Piazza Adua, Florence, Metropolitan City of Florence, Italy
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