The Conference will take place in summer, 2019. This will involve a meeting with a small group of thinkers, including the Dalai Lama, for two days in Dharamsala, India. The meeting will help to identify and clearly articulate the main aspects of the significantly challenging problems of our time, and establish directions that need to be developed further during the 2nd stage of the Project.
You may read Abstracts of the Key-Speakers of the Conference here:
Ronald Barnett – University of London, UK
Howard Gardner – Harvard University, USA
Timo Airaksinen – University of Helsinki, Finland
Meenakshi Gopinath – New Delhi, India
Darcia Narvaez – University of Notre Dame, USA
Alexander Asmolov – Moscow State University, Russia
Randall Curren – University of Rochester, USA
Christoph Wulf – Free University of Berlin, Germany
Nirmala Rao – Asian University for women, Chittagony, Bangladesh
Renato Huarte Cuéllar – Universidad Nacional Autуnoma de Mexico, Mexico
Andrew Wilkins – University of East London, UK
Walter Omar Kohan – State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Krassimir Stojanov – University of Eichstaett-Ingolstadt, Eichstaett, Germany
John A. Weaver – Georgia Southern University, USA
Poonam Batra – University of Delhi, India
Margarita Kozhevnikova – Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia. St. Petersburg, Russia
Meenakshi Thapan – Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi, India
POLICY. Educational reforms: what modern educational policy really means? What educational policy should contain in order to provide what people and their societies need.
DEMOCRACY. Why is public participation in matters of education important? And how can it be ensured? Mission of education for democracy.
BEING HUMAN. Is there a need to remember or to discover human nature as the basis of human education?
PEDAGOGY. What might a human-centered education look like?
Members of the Steering Committee:
The Initiative group of the international project “Human Education in the 3-rd Millennium”
Central University of Himachal Pradesh (Dharamsala, India)
The Center for the Study of Philosophy and Childhood, Rio de Janeiro State University (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
School of Education, Deakin University (Melbourne, Australia)
Institute of Pedagogy, Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, St. Petersburg, Russia