Abstracts and Proceedings from the 9th International Conference of Museums for Peace.
10-13 April 2017. Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Iratxe Momoitio Astorkia, The artivist sailing: art as a tool to approach divided societies that work for a future in peace.
The 8th International Conference of Museum for Peace. The role of museums for peace in preventing war and promoting remembrance, historical truth and reconciliation.
Papers of the 8th International Conference of Museums for Peace.
19-22 September 2014. No Gun Ri Peace Park, Korea.
Ed. No Gun Ri International Peace Foundation.
The role of museums in the transformation of a culture of war & violence to a culture of peace & nonviolence.
Report of the 7th International Conference of Museums for Peace.
4-7 May 2011. Barcelona, Spain.
Proceedings of the 6th International Conference of Museums for Peace.
Organizing Committee: Kyoto Museum for World Peace, Kyoto University of Art and Design, Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, Tohoku University of Art and Design, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University.
Report of the Sixth International Museums for Peace.
6-10 October 2008. Kyoto & Hiroshima, Japan.
Ed. Ikuro Anzai
Museums for Peace: A Contribution to Remembrance, Reconciliation, Art and Peace.
5th International Museums for Peace Conference Papers.
1-7 May 2005. Gernika-Lumo, Spain.
Ed. Iratxe Momoitio Astorkia
Gernika-Lumo: Gernika Peace Museum Foundation.
Exhibiting Peace. The Proceedings of the Third International Conference of Peace Museums.
6-11 November 1998, Osaka and Kyoto, Japan.
Kyoto: Kyoto Museum for World Peace, Ritsumeikan University.
Bringing Peace to People. Meeting of Directors and Staff of Peace and Anti-War Museums and Related Institutions Worldwide.
10-12 September 1992, Bradford, U.K.
Hertford: Give Peace a Chance Trust.
Report of the International Conference of Peace Museums.
Osaka: Osaka International Peace Foundation.