Conferences

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INTERNATIONAL PWPA CONFERENCES 1973-1999*

(*Partial List Compiled From Previous Material)

  1. May 6, 1973 PWPA Founding Meeting Seoul, Korea
  2. April 24-27, 1974, 1st ICWP (International Conference on World Peace):
    World Peace, and Asia, Seoul, Korea
  3. July 22-27, 1974, 2nd ICWP: Asian Security, and the Free World, Taipei,
    China
  4. Sept. 28, 1974, Foundation Meeting of Japan,
    Japan
  5. Dec. 19-24, 1974 3rd ICWP: Asia in Crisis,Quest for New Hope Tokyo, Japan
  6. Sept. 3-8, 1975 4th ICWP: Future Aspects of Asia and the Changing World
    Seoul, Korea
  7. Dec. 14-16, 1975 5th ICWP: Strategy for Peace
    Tokyo, Japan
  8. Sept. 24-28, 1976 6th ICWP: National Culture and World Peace Seoul, Korea
  9. February 3, 1977 7th ICWP: Northeast Asian Security,
    Taipei, China
  10. July 23-29, 1978 8th ICWP: The Pacific Era:Issues
    for the 80’s and Beyond Tokyo, Japan
  11. July 16-20, 1979 9th ICWP: Korea: A Model
    Semi-Developed Country Seoul, Korea
  12. Sept. 15-16, 1979 Future of Child Education I,London, U.K.
  13. Oct. 20-21, 1979 The Future of the Family:A Cross-Cultural Perspective
    London, U.K.
  14. 1980, PWPA Meeting, Salzburg, Austria
  15. Aug 25-Sep 1, 1980 10th ICWP: World Issues for
    the 80’s Taipei, China
  16. Sept. 21-25, 1980 Future of Child Education II London, U.K.
  17. April 17-18, 1981, 1st National Conference,
    Rome, Italy
  18. May, 1981, Information and Politics, Salzburg,
    Austria
  19. July 10-14, 1981 11th ICWP: Modernization:Asian
    Perspectives Tokyo, Japan
  20. September, 1981 American Foreign Policy Options
    Wash, D.C., USA
  21. 1982, Initial Discussions, Istanbul
  22. February 1982, Meeting with Rev. Kwak, Ivory
    Coast
  23. March 1982, Regional Meeting with Rev. Kwak,
    Peru
  24. April 24-26, 1982 Peace and Development, Kinshasa,
    Zaire
  25. May, 1982, TheTransfer of Technology, Rome,
    Italy
  26. May, 2-4, 1982, Planning Meeting, Turkey
  27. July 15-18, 1982 12th ICWP:Peace in the 80’s Vision for Asian Seoul, Korea
  28. July 26-28, 1982 Science and Technology for
    Service of Development, Lome, Togo
  29. August, 1982 The Role of African Academics in the Development Process,
    Ife, Nigeria
  30. September, 1982 Education for Peace and Development
    in N. Africa Paris, France
  31. September, 1982 Pacifism in Western Europe France
  32. October, 1982 The Worldwide Impact of Religion
    on Contemporary Politics USA Wash., D.C.
  33. Jan. 12-14, 1983, International Symposium on Understanding Asian Management,
    Japan
  34. Feb. 5, 1983, First Organizational Meeting,
    Ottawa, Canada
  35. March 4-6, 1983, The Role of Academics in
    African Education, Zambia
  36. March 19, 1983, Development and Prospects of International Marketing Theory,
    Seoul, Korea
  37. May, 1983, Executive Committee Meeting New Zealand
  38. May 5, 1983, PWPA Founding Meeting Zimbabwe
  39. May 7-8, 1983, Transmission and Development of Traditional Culture, Seoul,
    Korea
  40. May 11-15, 1983, Spirit and Science, Fez, Morocco
  41. May 20, 1983, Executive Board, Austrailia
  42. May 28, 1983, Is Peace Workable Across Ideologies? Canada
  43. June 1983, PWPA-Meeting, Bangladesh
  44. July 2-3, 1983, Social Sciences and Peace Research,
    Rome, Italy
  45. July 15, 1983, Poverty and Technology, Bangladesh
  46. July 29-31, 1983, Peace International, Senegal
  47. Aug 28-Spt 3, 1983, 13th ICWP: International
    Cooperation in East Asia Taipei, China
  48. Aug. 29-30, 1983, Interdisciplinary Approaches To Peace I, Sydney, Australia
  49. Sept. 9-11, 1983, PWPA Advisory Board Meeting,
    Virginia, USA
  50. Sept. 10, 1983, Definition of Peace: Goodness
    and Positive Values, Peru
  51. Sept. 24, 1983, Crisis of Values and National Peace, Peru
  52. October 8, 1983, School, Education and Development
    in Zair, Zaire
  53. Oct. 14-15, 1983, Education and Morality in Contemporary Africa, Lagos,
    Nigeria
  54. Nov. 1983, International Journal on World
    Peace,
    Chicago, USA
  55. Nov. 3-5, 1983, Regional Cooperation for African
    Development, Kampala, Uganda
  56. November 4, 1983, The Importance of Education in High Technology for the
    Future Development of the Nation, Argentina
  57. Nov. 12-13, 1983, Strategies for Peace and Mutual
    Understanding, Sri Lanka
  58. Nov. 21-25, 1983, International Association of Historians of Asia, Japan
  59. December 5, 1983, Guilt and Responsibility, Italy
  60. December 9, 1983, Symposium of Sino-Korea-Japan,
    Taipei
  61. Dec. 9-11, 1983, Interdisciplinary Research Conference, Japan
  62. Dec. 10-11, 1983, Central America in Crisis,
    Panama
  63. Dec. 14, 1983, Inauguration of the Academic
    Year, Rome
  64. December 18, 1983, 1st International Congress
    of PWPA
    ,
    Seoul, Korea
  65. 1984, Regional PWPA Meeting with Zambia, Zimbabwe
  66. 1984, Guilt and Responsibility,Milan
  67. Jan. 28-29, 1984, Absolute Values in Peace
    Prosperity and Politics, India
  68. Jan. 29-30, 1984, PWPA Meeting, Brazil
  69. March, 1984, PWPA Conference,Uganda
  70. March 24, 1984, The Ninoy Aquino Phenomenon, Philippines
  71. March 31, 1984, Asian Values and Their Contribution to Development, Malaysia
  72. April 15, 1984, The Reality of Vietnam Today,
    Italy
  73. April 18-20, 1984, The Role of Technology in
    the Development of the Caribbean, Guyana
  74. April 26-29, 1984, The Principles and Practice of Peace, United Kingdom
  75. May 1984, Triangular Relations, NY, USA
  76. June 7-10, 1984, Economic Approaches Applied
    Outside the Traditional Areas of Economics Vienna, Austria
  77. June 8-10, 1984, Education, Youth and Citizenship,
    Jos, Nigeria
  78. June 13, 1984, Scandinavian Conference on the Peace Movement, Denmark
  79. June 25-26, 1984, Regional PWPA Meeting, Panama
  80. June 25-28, 1984, University: Mirror or Model?
    Argentina
  81. July 5-7, 1984, The University and the Challenge of Rural Transformation
    in the 1980’s and Beyond, Zambia
  82. July 27, 1984, Regional PWPA Meeting, Ivory Coast
  83. Aug. 1-4, 1984, 14th ICWP: The Role of East Asia in World Peace, Baguio,Philippines
  84. Aug. 2-4, 1984, Trade and Peace in the Middle
    East, Rome, Italy
  85. October, 1984, Technology in Argentina, Argentina
  86. Nov. 2-4, 1984, Interdisciplinary Approaches
    to Peace II, Kooralbyn, Australia
  87. Nov. 23-25, 1984, Alimentary Independence
    in the Strategy for Development, Zaire
  88. December, 1984, Media in Shaping Public Opinion,
    Argentina
  89. December, 1984, The Latin American Debt Problem, Chile
  90. Dec. 11, 1984, Spirit and Nature, Rome, Italy
  91. Dec. 14-17, 1984, Regional PWPA Seminar, Peru
  92. Dec. 15, 1984, Psycho-biologic Strategies for Peace, France
  93. Dec. 18, 1984, Anniversary of the First International
    Congress, New York, USA
  94. 1985 PWPA-Japan Activities
  95. 1985, Anniversary of the founding of ICF-ROC,
    Taipei
  96. 1985, Agricultural Research Seminar Nigeria
  97. 1985, Regional PWPA Meeting with Zambia, Zimbabwe
  98. Jan. 17-18, 1985, The Role of Academics
    and Human Relationships in Southern Africa, South Africa
  99. January 25-26, 1985, Science for Peace, Rome,
    Italy
  100. Jan. 31-Feb. 2,1985, Crossing the Border: Latin
    American Immigration to the United States, San Diego, California USA
  101. Feb. 2-5, 1985, The Middle East City: A Harmonious
    Environment for Modern Man, Paris, France
  102. Feb. 15-17, 1985, The Hot Peace: The
    Sino-Soviet-US Triad Los Angeles, California, USA
  103. March 14-16, 1985, PWPA Meeting, Brazil
  104. March 23-25, 1985, Peace in Europe, New York,
    New York, USA
  105. March 25-26, 1985, PWPA Conference, Thailand
  106. March 28, 1985, Annual Planning Meeting for PWPA-India, India
  107. April 1985, Planning Meeting for “Crossing the
    Border,” Texas, USA
  108. April 4-5, 1985, Review of Technology Transfer
    and Development, Bangladesh
  109. May 13, 1985, Cooperative Movements–World Experiences,
    Sana’a, Yemen
  110. May 18, 1985, US Foreign Policy in the Philippines, Philippines
  111. May 20-21, 1985, International Congress
    on the Brain and Aggression, Seville
  112. May 23-25, 1985, Leadership and Nation Building,
    Port Harcourt, Nigeria
  113. May 24-27, 1985, Economic and Social Development in Malaysia, Malaysia
  114. May 31-June 2, 1985, Peace, Freedom and Justice,
    Sweden
  115. June 22-23, 1985, Man: Greek Perspectives
    in a Modern World, Greece
  116. June 1985, Science and Ethics, Argentina
  117. June 29-July 2,1985, The University and the
    Challenge of Youth Development, Zambia
  118. July 8-9, 1985, PWPA Inaugural Meeting, Barbados
  119. July 15-16, 1985, 15th ICWP: Asia-Pacific
    in the 21st Century, Tokyo, Japan
  120. Aug. 13-17, 1985, 2nd International Congress
    of PWPA: The Fall of the Soviet Empire
    , Geneva, Switzerland
  121. Aug. 30-31, 1985, North Africa, 2000:Prospects
    for Peace and Prosperity Paris, France
  122. Sept. 16-17, 1985, Why Study Peace? United Kingdom
  123. Sept. 19, 1985, 1st PWPA Lecture on
    World Peace, Bangkok, Thailand
  124. Sept. 23-25, 1985, PWPA Conference Kenya
  125. Sept. 27-28, 1985, The Notion of Value France
  126. Oct. 26-27, 1985, Epistemology Today, Rome,
    Italy
  127. Nov. 1-3, 1985, Interdisciplinary Approachs to Peace III, Bronte, NSW Australia
  128. Feb 1-4, 1986, Education for the 21st Century,
    Istanbul, Turkey
  129. Feb. 23-26, 1986, Economic Development of
    Malaysia, Pukhet, Thailand
  130. March 1, 1986, “The Future of US-Japan Relations”,
    Chicago,USA
  131. March 21, 1986, 2nd PWPA Lecture on World Peace,
    Bangkok, Thailand
  132. Mar. 21-23, 1986, Ideas Have Consequences
    Sandton, South Africa
  133. April 3-6, 1986, Religion, State, and Society
    in Modern Britian, Jersey, UK
  134. May, 1986, The Role of Academics Kandy, Sri Lanka
  135. May, 1986, Education, Employment and Welfare Dhaka, Bangladesh
  136. May, 1986, Development in Africa, Nigeria
  137. May 12-13, 1986, Psychobiology for Peace,
    Seville, Spain
  138. May 30-June 1, 1986, The Open Society, A Guarantee, Oslo, Norway
  139. June, 1986, The Effects of the Drought Dakar, Senegal
  140. June 13-15, 1986 Food Production for Whole Development of Africans, Kisantu,
    Zaire
  141. June 20, 1986, World Peace in Nepalese Perspective,
    Kathmandu, Nepal
  142. July, 1986, Morton Kaplan meeting with President
    Aquino, Philippines
  143. July 5-8, 1986, Development Through Self
    Reliance in S.A.D.C.C. Region, Lusaka, Zambia
  144. July 6, 1986, The Impact of the Drought in Africa,
    Senegal
  145. July 15-17, 1986, Science and Development in
    Africa, Burkina Faso
  146. July 15-18, 1986, 16th ICWP: The New Discovery of Asia, Seoul, Korea
  147. July 23-26, 1986, Employment, Peace and
    Development, Abeokuta, Nigeria
  148. August, 1986, National PWPA Meeting Montevideo, Uruguay
  149. August, 1986, Peace and the Crisis of Value, Bogota, Columbia
  150. August 8-9, 1986, The Aquino Phenomenon II
    Manila, Philippines
  151. August 20, 1986, The International Year of Peace Paramaribo, Suriname
  152. August 28, 1986, Political Change in South
    Korea, Washington, D.C., USA
  153. September, 1986, Roundtable Discussion on Values in Education, Great Britain
  154. Sept. 6-7, 1986, Greek-Turkish Dialogue Istanbul,
    Turkey
  155. Sept. 12-15, 1986, The Gorbachev Generation
    Portland, Maine, USA
  156. Sept. 14, 1986, The Case for a New Caribbean Federation, Barbados
  157. Sept. 20-21, 1986, Science and Ethics, Netherlands
  158. Oct. 2-5, 1986, The Future University in Europe
    Salzburg, Austria
  159. Oct. 3, 1986, Education in Sudan, Khartoum,
    Sudan
  160. Oct. 3-4, 1986, Work and Spirituality, Canada
  161. Oct. 30-Nov. 2, 1986, Spain on the Eve of
    the 21st Century, Torremolinos, Spain
  162. November, 1986, Terrorism in the South Pacific New South Wales, Australia
  163. Nov. 11, 1986, National PWPA Meeting, Lima,
    Peru
  164. November 24-25, 1986, Bioethics, Argentina
  165. December, 1986, Role of South Korea in Asian Development, Tokyo, Japan
  166. December, 1986, Roundtable Discussion on: The Reality of Islam, Italy
  167. Dec. 12, 1986, Social Changes and Peacein
    Haiti Port-au-Prince, Haiti
  168. Dec. 15-17, 1986, Food Production and Agricultural
    Policies in Africa, Nigeria
  169. Dec. 18, 1986, Superpowers Competition and
    Middle East Peace Washington, D.C., USA
  170. Dec. 19, 1986, Education and Employment,
    Dhaka, Bangladesh
  171. 1987, Portugese Reunion, Spain
  172. 1987, Lecture on AIDS, Korea
  173. 1987, Honorable Dinner, Thailand
  174. Jan. 15-18, 1987, Education Towards a Future
    Johannesburg, South Africa
  175. Jan. 21-25, 1987, Agriculture and Food Production
    in the Middle East, Athens, Greece
  176. Feb. 12-15, 1987, Intellectual Freedom and Government
    Sponsorship of Education, Grotto Bay, Bermuda
  177. April 9-11, 1987, Challenge of the New Technologies
    to Attack Underdevelopment, Santiago, Chile
  178. April, 1987, Displaced People in Khartoum,
    Khartoum, Sudan
  179. April 27-30, 1987, Speaking Tour: Dr. Morton Kaplan, Mexico
  180. May 15, 1987, 2nd Annual Symposium, Columbia
  181. June 5, 1987, Agriculture and National
    Survival, Kaduna, Nigeria
  182. June 3-6, 1987, Education, Patriotism and
    Indigenous Technology, Kaduna, Nigeria
  183. June, 1987, The Sudanese Character, Khartoum, Sudan
  184. July 3-6, 1987, Women and Development in
    Africa, Lusaka, Zambia
  185. July 15-17, 1987, Education South of the Sahara,
    Burkina Faso
  186. July 22-25, 1987, The Future of Education in
    East Africa, Kampala, Uganda
  187. Aug. 14-16, 1987, The Effect of Modernization
    on Traditional Values, Nairobi, Kenya
  188. Aug. 24-29, 1987, 3rd International Congress
    of PWPA: China in a New Era: Continuity and Change
    , Manila, Philippines
  189. Aug 30-Sept 3, 1987, 17th ICWP, Taipei, Taiwan
  190. Sept. 20-23, 1987, The Sadat Peace Initiative,
    Athens, Greece
  191. Oct. 2-5, 1987, The Common Heritage and Future
    of Europe Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia
  192. Oct. 23-24, 1987 The Role of Mass Media in
    the Promotion of Peace, Kampala, Uganda
  193. Oct. 24-27, 1987 Historical Consciousness
    and the Future of Africa, Kinshasa, Zaire
  194. November 1987, Forty Years of Independence,
    New Delhi, India
  195. Nov. 6-8, 1987, The Turning Point, Katoomba, NSW, Australia
  196. Nov. 6-9, 1987, Spain Towards the 21st Century
    Alicante, Spain
  197. November 11, 1987, Science and Technology in the Development of Africa,
    Kinshasa, Zaire
  198. Nov. 28-29, 1987, Forty Years of Independence,
    New Delhi, India
  199. December 11, 1987, Food Standards and Public
    Health in Nepal, Nepal
  200. Dec. 18, 1987, Gorbachev’s Eastern Bloc,Washington,
    D.C., USA
  201. Dec. 18, 1987, The Role of Academics in Internat’l
    Understanding, Nigeria
  202. Feb. 2-5, 1988, Industrialization in the Middle
    East, London, England
  203. March 15, 1988 Uganda Quest for a National Language,
    Kampala, Uganda
  204. March 15, 1988, Africa and Its Prospects, Kinshasa, Zaire
  205. March 25, 1988, Mobilization of Youth for Mass Education, Dhaka, Bangladesh
  206. April 6-10, 1988, Comparative Study of Revolutions, Oxford, England
  207. April 7-9, 1988, South Africa: Reform or Revolution? Sandton, South Africa
  208. April 7-9, 1988, University Development ,Asuncion,
    Paraguay
  209. May, 1988, Greeks and Turks in Cyprus Nicosia, Cyprus
  210. May, 1988, Economics, Institutions and Law in an Integrated World, Rome,
    Italy
  211. May 25-28, 1988, 7th Annual Conference and
    3rd Agricultural Research Seminar, Owerri, Nigeria
  212. June 8, 1988, Terrorism: Roots and Resolution Kathmandu, Nepal
  213. June 18-19, 1988, Basic Ethical Values and Moral Practices in East Africa
    Today, Nairobi,
  214. Kenya
  215. July 1988, Social Development and Responsibility,
    Bangladesh
  216. July 1-4, 1988, Utilizing Local Resources for
    Development, Lusaka, Zambia
  217. July 7-8, 1988, Biotechnology and Ethics in
    the World Today Buenos Aires, Argentina
  218. July 17-20, 1988, 18th ICWP Conference Manila,
    Philippines
  219. July 22-24, 1988, Science, Culture, and Peace
    Bobodiovlaho, Burkino Faso
  220. August 8, 1988, Guest Speaker, New Delhi,
    India
  221. Sept. 1988, Violence: Root and Resolution Colombo, Sri Lanka
  222. Sept, 1988, Ethnic Cooperation in the Process
    of Nation Building, Mombassa, Kenya
  223. Sept. 8-11, 1988, Education and Values Obernay, France
  224. October, 1988, Islamic Fundamentalism and Arab
    Wealth, Oslo, Norway
  225. Oct. 8-9, 1988, World Integration: Present and Future, Chianciano, Italy
  226. Oct. 13-17, 1988, The Philosophy and Economics
    of Liberty, Vienna, Austria
  227. Oct. 16-20, 1988, Pollution Knows No Frontiers,
    Varna, Bulgaria
  228. October 21, 1988, Future Plans For China
    Cooperation, Seoul, Korea
  229. Oct. 28-30, 1988, First National Conference
    Paramarimbo, Suriname
  230. November 1988, Annual Conference, Bangalore,
    India
  231. November, 1988, Violence: Root and Resolution, Islamabad, Pakistan
  232. November, 1988, Violence: Root and Resolution, New Delhi, India
  233. November, 1988, 3rd National Congress of PWPA-Spain Alicante, Spain
  234. Nov. 11-12, 1988, Law Enforcement and the Administration
    of Justice, Uganda
  235. Nov. 11-13, 1988, Education for What? Windsor, NSW, Australia
  236. Nov. 12, 1988, China’s Economic Reforms and
    a Measure to Counter Inflation
  237. Nov. 20, 1988, Population Growth and its Implications,
    Monrovia, Liberia
  238. December, 1988, Inter-African Trade: Prospects for Development, Nairobi,
    Kenya
  239. December, 1988, Biology of Agression Santiago,
    Chile
  240. December, 1988, Talk Program on the Occasion
    of His Majesty’s Birthday, Kathmandu, Nepal
  241. Dec. 1-5, 1988, Towards Relevant Education
    in Africa, Yaounde, Cameroon
  242. Dec. 2-4, 1988, Cultural Multiplicity in Sudan:
    A Resource for Peace Khartoum, Sudan
  243. Dec. 17, 1988, Violence: Root and Resolution,
    A South Asian Perspective, Kathmandu, Nepal
  244. Dec. 15-16, 1988, Annual PWPA Symposium,Washington,
    D.C., USA
  245. Dec. 18, 1988, Advisory Board Dinner, Washington
    D.C., USA
  246. Dec. 30, 1988, Violence: Root and Resolution, Dhaka, Bangladesh
  247. Dec. 30, 1988, Housing for All by 2000 A.
    D., Kathmandu, Nepal
  248. Dec. 18, 1988, Media as Vehicle of Peace Nigeria
  249. 1989, The Pro-Democracy Movement in China,
    Korea
  250. Jan. 19-22, 1989, Post-Apartheid South Africa, Sandton, South Africa
  251. February, 1989, Planning Committee Mtg. for 4th Annual Conference, Liberia
  252. Feb. 25, 1989, Political and Diplomatic Relations
    Between Korea and Hungary, Seoul, Korea
  253. Feb. 1-5, 1989, Culture and Conflict in the
    Middle East Larnaca, Cyprus
  254. March 5, 1989, Violence: Root and Resolution Sri Lanka
  255. Mar. 10-11, 1989, Marketing Concept as a Key
    to Economic Recovery, Kampala, Uganda
  256. April, 1989, , Introductory Seminar, Gabon
  257. April 1, 1989, Founding Meeting Bangkok,
    Thailand
  258. May 3-4, 1989, Symposium on Eastern Europe, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
  259. May, 1989,What Can the Netherlands Do to Help Suriname? Amsterdam,Netherlands
  260. May 18, 1989, The Future of Chinese-Mexican Relations Mexico City, Mexico
  261. May 21, 1989, Development in Thailand,
    Bangkok, Thailand
  262. June 1-2, 1989, National Symposium: Resource Endowment and Nation Building,
    Lagos, Nigeria
  263. June 3, 1989, Development of Democracy in Yemen, Sana’a, Yemen
  264. June 7, 1989, Social Education & Ethics
    Nairobi, Kenya
  265. June 30-3, 1989, Population Growth and the
    Environment Livingstone, Zambia
  266. July 15, 1989, Battlefield to Marketplace,
    Bangkok, Thailand
  267. July 22-25, 1989, Development and Peace Ougadougou, Burkina Faso
  268. July 24-25, 1989, 19th ICWP: The Obstacles
    and Scenarios in Forming an Asian Community in the Pacific Era
  269. August 25-29,1989, 4th International Congress
    of PWPA: Liberal Democratic Societies London, England
  270. August, 1989, University Education in Kenya in the 1990’s and Beyond, Nairobi,
    Kenya
  271. September 9, 1989, Zambia National Meeting, Livingstone, Zambia
  272. Sept, 15-17, 1989, Seminar on Law and Education,
    Peru
  273. Oct. 13-15, 1989, Development in the Baltic States, Oslo, Norway
  274. Oct. 20-24, 1989, Education in Europe,
    Budapest, Hungary
  275. November 11, 1989, Thailand as 5th NIC,
    Bangkok, Thailand
  276. Nov. 17-18, 1989, Tradition and Modernity,
    New Delhi, India
  277. Nov. 22-24, 1989, European Integration, Venice,
    Italy
  278. December 8-9, 1989, PWPA Seminar, Segovia,
    Spain
  279. December 18, 1989, Eastern Europe and Africa, Yaoundé, Cameroon
  280. December, 1989, Agricultural Research Symposium,
    Lagos, Nigeria
  281. Jan. 19-20, 1990 Political Economy of S.A. Johannesburg, South Africa
  282. January 20, 1990 The Pacific Rim Era, Bangkok,
    Thailand
  283. January 1990, Youth and Development, Kampala, Uganda
  284. February 28, 1990, USSR Foreign Policy, Kampala, Uganda
  285. March 5, 1990, Viable Options for the
    1990s, Manila, Philippines
  286. March 17-18, 1990, Sexual Morality, London, U.K.
  287. March 21-22, 1990, Multi-Ethnicity and Unity, Khartoum, Sudan
  288. April 4, 1990, Inauguration of PWPA-Czechoslovakia,
    Prague, Czechoslovakia
  289. April 10, 1990, Inauguration of PWPA-USSR, Moscow, USSR
  290. April 18-19, 1990, Economic Crisis &
    Society, Freetown, Sierra Leone
  291. May 2-6, 1990, Second Scramble for Africa
    Nairobi, Kenya
  292. May 10, 1990, Moral Ed. in Czechoslovakia Brno, Czechoslovakia
  293. May 25, 1990, Goals for Poland, Cracow, Poland
  294. May 30, 1990, Media in America and Japan,Tokyo, Japan
  295. July 3, 1990, The Military in Democracy, Kathmandu,
    Nepal
  296. August 3-5, 1990, Zambia in the 1990s, Livingstone, Zambia
  297. July 20-21, 1990, 1990’s – Changing
    Decade, Bangkok, Thailand
  298. July 28, 1990, Tradition and Modernity, Dhaka, Bangladesh
  299. Sept. 7-10, 1990 Occidental Culture in Latin America, Paipa, Colombia
  300. Sept. 12-14, 1990, Development and Peace, Ouagagougou, Burkina Faso
  301. Sept. 15-16, 1990, Ethnic Minoties in Europe, Budapest, Hungary
  302. Sept. 21-25, 1990, Historical Dimension of
    Transformation in Eastern Europe, Warsaw, Poland
  303. September 28, 1990, First National Meeting,
    USSR, Tver, USSR
  304. November 7-9, 1990, Humanization of Education, Bechyne Castle, Czechoslovakia
  305. Nov. 24-25, 1990, Environmental Security, Nagpur, India
  306. Nov. 25-27, 1990, Building One Europe, Boyana, Bulgaria
  307. Dec. 1-2, 1990, The Arab World and the New Face of Europe, Cairo, Egypt
  308. Dec. 6-9, 1990, Earth: A Living Home, Mallorca,
    Spain
  309. Dec. 7-8, 1990, Employment and Education, Nairobi, Kenya
  310. Dec. 7-9, 1990, Australia and the Global Environmental Crisis, Leura, NSW,
    Australia
  311. Dec. 13-15, 1990, Democracy in Africa, Kinshasa, Zaire
  312. December 18, 1990, Africa in the 21st Century, Yaoundé, Cameroon
  313. December 18, 1990, National Meeting, London, U.K.
  314. December 18, 1990, Islam and War, Washington,
    DC, USA
  315. January, 1991, Dr. Rubenstein’s Speaking
    Tour, Petersburg, Russia
  316. January 18-19, 1991, The Re-Unification of South Africa, Johannesburg,
    South Africa
  317. January 24-26, 1991, Politics, Ethics, Technology, Santiago, Chile
  318. January 30, 1991, National Planning Conference, Moscow, USSR
  319. February 7, 1991, World After the Gulf Conflict, Yaounde, Cameroon
  320. March 1, 1991, Future Perspectives, London, U.K.
  321. March 5, 1991, Search for Viable Options, Philippines
  322. April 5-7, 1991, Yugoslav Universities and European Integration, Sarejvo,
    Yugoslavia
  323. April 7, 1991, Education in New Europe, Prague, Czechoslovakia
  324. April 22-24, 1991, Social Science and Medicine, Santiago, Chile
  325. May 3-5, 1991,Federalism in Europe: the Case of Yugoslavia, Geneva, Switzerland
  326. May, 1991, Environmental Crisis, Dhaka, Bangladesh
  327. June 28-July 1,1991, National Meeting, Lusaka, Zambia
  328. August 10, 1991, Bulgaria at the Crossroads, Sophia, Bulgaria
  329. August 21-23, Metrum of Art, Krakow, Poland
  330. Sept. 20-22, 1991, Ethnic Minorities in
    Europe, Bucharest, Romania
  331. October 30, 1991, Teaching Right form Wrong, Liverpool, UK
  332. November 1-3, 1991, The Crisis of Black Africa, Abidjan, Ivory Coast
  333. 21st ICWP November 21-24, 1991, The Roles of Asian-Pacific Intellectuals
    in the Changing World, Taiwan
  334. November 23, 1991, Indian Society in the 21st Century, New Delhi, India
  335. November 21-23, 1991, Culture and Religion,
    Moscow, USSR
  336. December 18, 1991, The Prospects for Democracy
    in the 21st Century, USA
  337. December 19-22, 1991, National Conference, Almeria, Spain
  338. February 21-23, 1992, New Foundations for
    World Peace and Liberty, Toledo, Spain
  339. February 29, 1992, PWPA Introductory Meeting,
    Legon, Ghana
  340. March 1992, Society in the 21st Century,
    Nigeria
  341. March 20-21, 1992, Foreign Policy Issues in a Democratic South Africa,
    Johannesburg, South Africa
  342. April 25-27, 1992, Life and Society in the 21st Centeru, Kinshasa, Zaire
  343. May 8-9, 1992, Czechoslovakia and the World
    of 2042, Skalsky Dvur, Czechoslovakia
  344. May 13, 1992, Founding meeting of PWPA Austria,
    Vienna, Austria
  345. May 15-17, 1992 Faith and Reality , Kiev, Ukraine
  346. May 30, 1992, Child Versus Teacher Centered
    Education, Kampala, Uganda
  347. June 10-15, 1992 Poland in the 21st Century, Warsaw, Poland
  348. June 27-July 1,1992, Future Prospects for Africa,
    Lusaka, Zambia
  349. July 14, 1992, Meditation of the Future Through Present Knowledge, Lubumbashi,
    Zaire
  350. August 20-24, 1992, 5th Congress: Society
    in the 21st Century, Seoul, Korea
  351. September 11-13, 1992, Albania and Europe: Spirituality, Politics, and
    Economics, Tirana, Albania
  352. October 25, 1992, The Sovereign National Conference-and Then?, Zaire
  353. October 31, 1992, Academic Freedom of Speech, Athens, Greece
  354. October 30-November 1, 1992, The Question of
    Power in Africa, Abidjan, Ivory Coast
  355. November, 1992, Transition to Democracy in Eastern Europe, Budapest, Hungary
  356. November 28-29, 1992, Problems of Education
    and Culture in India, New Delhi, India
  357. December 1992, National Meeting, Spain
  358. December 4, 1992, Dialog and Freedom, Vienna, Austria
  359. December 10, 1992, The Future of Democracy,
    Bridgeport, CT, USA
  360. December 14, 1992, “Recent Development in
    the Russian Federation, Kampala, Uganda
  361. December 20, 1992, Reflection on Humanities
    for the Coming Hi-Tech, Taiwan
  362. December 27, 1992, A Dialogue on the National History of Zaire, Zaire
  363. March 11-14, 1993, The Return of Refugees and Displaced Persons, Zagreb,
    Croatia
  364. April 8-9, 1993, World Futures 2000-2010, London
  365. April 16-18, 1993, US-China Relations,
    Bridgeport, CT, USA
  366. May 7, 1993, The Healing of South Africa, Johannesburg, S.A.
  367. June 10-20, PWPA Philippines and Thailand Peace Mission Tour, Higher Education
    Innovations for Development and Peace in the 21st Century, Korea and USA
  368. July 2-5, 1993, Strategies for Improving the Quality of Life in Southern
    Africa, Zambia
  369. August 4-6, 1993, Science, Morality and Values, St. Andrews, Scotland
  370. August 12-14, 1993, In Search of Ways for the Development of Armenia, Yerevan,
    Armenia
  371. November 19, 1993, A Forward Look Into the 21st
    Century, Manila, Philippines
  372. December, 1993, Anniversary Celebration, Washington
    D.C., USA
  373. December 14, 1993, The Tyroler Prehistoric Man in Ice, Vienna, Austria
  374. December 17-18, 1993, Bratislava, Slovakia
  375. December 16-18, 1993, Journalism and the New Worlds of Communication, Osijek,
    Croatia
  376. April 15-17, 1994, Korea in Transition,
    CT, USA
  377. April 20, 1994, Genuine Prospects for NIChood,
    Manila, Philippines
  378. Nov. 19-20 1994, The Family in India, New
    Dehli, India
  379. Dec. 2, 1994, Round Table Discussion
    on Perspectives of Education, Belgrade, Yugoslavia
  380. August 21-25, 1995, The Future of the Family,
    Seoul, Korea
  381. Nov. 21-25, 1996, Coming of a New Century, Beijing,
    China
  382. April 26-28, 1997, Rev. Sun Myung Moon and
    Reaganomics, Korea
  383. November 24-29, 1997, Identity and Character,
    Washington, DC, USA
  384. May 22-23, 1998, Maintaining Excellence in
    multiplicity: The Inter-University Cooperation
  385. June 11-13, 1998, The Family and Human Rights, New York, USA
  386. June 12, 1998, PWPA International Planning Meeting,
    New York, USA
  387. October 4-8, 1998, Character and Personality,
    Moscow, Russia
  388. January 13-16, 1999, African Renaissance, Johannesburg,
    South Africa

*In 1999, the Interreligious and International Federation for World Peace (IIFWP) was organized. PWPA becamed affilliated as the academic component of that organization and conferences after that time were generally held as conferences of IIFWP.