Journalists and Writers Foundation (JWF), in partnership with United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC),The Institute of Dialogue & Intercultural Cooperation and other civil society organizations, will organize “Geneva Peace Conference: Mobilizing Civil Society for Building Peace”.
The conference is deliberately held on the United Nations Day, October 24.
Several important factors for peaceful coexistence will be discussed, including the roles of freedom of religion, media and education as catalysts in the process of creating conditions for such coexistence.
Civil society representatives are encouraged to submit written and oral statements on the topics of the three separate panels of Geneva Peace Conference. The purpose of accepting such statements by the NGOs is to share different experiences, commitments or contributions to the goal of peaceful coexistence, including recommendations, policy advices, innovative success stories, best practices or initiative. Various civil society organizations, media representatives, religious leaders, politicians, and educational activists will be among the participants of the conference.
Deadline for written and oral statement submission: 14 October 2014.
For further information about conference, registration and statement submission please visit conference web site www.genevapeaceconference.com