Bertha von Suttner – eine Soziologin? – Eveline Thalmann

Eveline Thalmann  forscht zu Bertha von Suttner und hat 2017 den ausgezeichneten Textband „Bertha von Suttner als Soziologin“ herausgegeben. Das Buch enthält ebenfalls alle sozilogisch relevanten Schriften von BvS, sowie eine vollständige Internationale Bibliographie der Sekundärliteratur, zusammengestellt von der LITHES Herausgeberin und BvS Expertin Beatrix Müller-Kampel, Graz, Austria. http://lithes.uni-graz.at/lithes/beitraege17_sonderbd_4/mueller-kampel_suttner_bibliographie.pdf ISS...
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Exploring Betty A. Reardon’s Perspective on Peace Education

Looking Back, Looking Forward Editors: Snauwaert, Dale T. The book offers an exploration of the work of Betty A. Reardon, a pioneer in education for peace and human rights  Betty A. Reardon (born 12 June 1929) is the founder and director of the Peace Education Center and Peace Education Graduate Degree Program at Teachers College, Columbia University. She is a leader in peace education and a scholar in human rights education at the primary and secondary levels. She is also consider...
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English reprint of Lay down your Arms!

The Glasgow University's Great War Project in 2018 resulted also in the re-print of the famous novel of Bertha von Suttner “Lay Down Your Arms!” Editor Dr Barbara Burns, Reader in German and Dean of Graduate Studies University of Glasgow, took the opportunity to reconsider and foreground the various facets of Bertha von Suttner’s achievements. Dr. Burns research took her to the Swarthmore College Peace Collection in Philadelphia, and she gave papers on Bertha von Suttner at several conferences a...
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Internship at Bvs Peace Institute closes with dinner

3 Interns who had followed in 2018 and 2019 a summer course at the Hague Academy came also for a mini-internship to the Bertha von Suttner Peace Institute to learn more about the beginnings of the PCA and the creation of Arbitration Societies in the late 19th century. Bertha von Suttner also considered  Arbitration as  an important means to prevent war. Tobias Asser was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1911 and affected a part of the prize money to the Academy, while the Carnegie En...
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Impressions from the Bertha von Suttner 175th anniversary event

Saturday, June 9th  Morning guided tour through the arbitration chamber of the Peace Palace by Dr. Peter van den Dungen, (Chair of the Advisory Board of the BvS Peace Institute)  Peace Palace Library Lecture by Dr. Peter van den Dungen Saturday, June 9th Keynote Speakers at the ceremony Marzhan Nurzhan (from Kazakstan) Abolition 2000 and ICAN In the Footsteps of Bertha von Suttner Dr. Heinz Fischer (Former President of Austria) Peace Policy from...
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LONDON GERMAN STUDIES XVI

LONDON GERMAN STUDIES XVI This volume explores opposition to war and militarism among a range of German-language authors in a period roughly defined by two international bestsellers: Suttner's Die Waffen nieder! (1889) and Remarque's Im Westen nichts Neues (1928). Major figures (Kraus, Schnitzler, Zweig) have not lacked attention, but some of the authors discussed here (Andreas Latzko, Hans Chlumberg) are still far from being household names. These essays remind us that the period's opposition ...
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E-book: Peace Philanthropy, then and now

Download the following publications below. there are different formats available, for the different devices you may have. Some of the files may be large. peace-philanthropy-then-and-now as ePub for most phones and tablets peace-philanthropy-then-and-now as graphic novel (you will need the app to view them) peace-philanthropy-then-and-now as adobe pdf  if you prefer to download and print  
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Peace Palace Library Lecture by Dr. Peter van den Dungen

Peace Palace Library Lecture – 9th June 2018   101 Friends of Bertha von Suttner*   It is a great pleasure and honour to give this Peace Palace Library Lecture; I am most grateful to the director of the library, Jeroen Vervliet, for hosting it in this historic reading room. I am grateful to you all for being here and wanting to pay tribute to Bertha von Suttner on the 175th anniversary of her birth. Birthday anniversaries are occasions when family and friends come togeth...
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Honoring Bertha von Suttner: Female Peacemakers Speak About Their Work Within Disarmament Institutions

In cooperation with HagueTalks, the Bertha von Suttner Peace Institute organized a student event on Thursday, June 7, 2018 in the Humanity House.  The event included speakers Deepti Choubey from OPCW (Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons) and Marzhan Nurzhan from Abolition 2000.  Moderator Alyn Ware, who is the Global Coordinator for PNND (Parliamentarians for Nuclear Nonproliferation and Disarmament) guided the audience through a debate that discussed ho...
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Women in WWI two lesson sequence

Published on the centenary of the first International Congress of Women on 28 April 1915, this two-lesson sequence allows students to explore independently the wide range of activities women were engaged in during World War I (WWI) and ask, are women the real peacemakers? Students will become experts in the stories they discover about women who strove for peace, supported the war, worked, campaigned for suffrage or tried to help the victims of war. Click here to download the the lessons (pdf)...
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Bertha von Suttner in The Hague

The Permanent Court of Arbitration : after the first Peace Conference, The Hague became the permanent site for the first international institute for peace and justice, ever. The permanence of this court has nothing to do with having the judges in The Hague all the time. There was a list of judges who where available for causes and countries who were interested in arbitrage settlement could choose out of a list the judges of their taste. The judges then came temporarily to the Hague. Only the...
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BvS peace trail

Or click here. Depart from Central Station by tram 9 passing Koninginnegracht 6 where the press center was based during the Second Peace conference. From Kurhaus, take tram 1 to Peace Palace visitor center to learn about the PCA (cour d'arbitrage). From there, take bus 24 to Kneuterdyk, Diligentia theater, Royal Palace Noordeinde. From there, go to Wateler at Kettingstraat, Deux-Villes, Binnenhof/Ridderzaal. From there, go to Spinoza monument and Yi Jun museum.
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Discover Peace Walk, The Hague

Peace Palace, visitor center. The permanent exhibition explains the functionning of the PCA, the ICJ, and the creation of the Peace Palace and the Peace Palace Library. World Peace Flame monument, with stones from many countries. Take tram 1 direction Kurhaus. Bertha von Suttner, the first woman to receive the Peace Nobel Prize, was the spokeswoman of the international peace movement before the first World War. She participated in the first and the second The Hague Peace Conferen...
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Den Haag: stad van vrede en recht

Link to the original page : https://anemaa.home.xs4all.n/ges/geschiedenis_den_haag_stad_van_recht_en_vrede.htm De titel Stad van vrede en recht kan Den Haag zich aanmeten sinds in 1899 de Eerste Internationale Vredesconferentie in Den Haag werd gehouden. De conferentie behaalde niet helemaal het gewenste resultaat voor ontwapening en vrede, maar de naam van Den Haag was gevestigd. Telkens als er zich iets nieuws voordeed op het gebied van vrede dacht men aan Den Haag als vestigingsplaats....
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Die Wege der Bertha von Suttner

Eine Spurensuche in Wien, Schloss Harmannsdorf und Gotha Von Adolf Stock See http://www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de/pazifismus-die-wege-der-bertha-von-suttner.974.de.html?dram:article_id=285340 "Wo Männer fechten, hat das Weib zu schweigen!" Nicht nur der Rechtsgelehrte Felix Dahn, auch Schriftsteller wie Rainer Maria Rilke, Stefan Zweig oder Karl Krauss haben sich um 1900 über die Friedenaktivistin Bertha von Suttner mokiert. "Erstmal war sie eine wunderschöne Frau. Und das ist ja auch gan...
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Bertha von Suttner: A Life for Peace

Brigitte Hamann’s book Bertha von Suttner: A Life for Peace has recently been translated into Japanese by Osamu Itoigawa, Mitsuo Nakamura and late Morio Minami was published in June (Tokyo: Akashi Shoten.) An ordering address is 6-9-5 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0021 Japan. They are also the translators of Lay Down Your Arms!
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Die Frau der Zukunft vor 100 Jahren

7 vergessene feministische Utopien aus den Jahren 1899 - 1914 ; [von Frauen zur Emanzipation und Frauenwelt der Zukunft ; Jubiläumsausgabe anlässlich des 10-jährigen Verlagsbestehens zum 100. Internationalen Frauentag am 19. März 2011] / [mit Einl., Biographien, Bibliogr. und Nachw. hrsg. von Detlef Münch] In german. Source: Katalog der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek
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Global Campaign for Peace Education

http://www.haguepeace.org/index.php?action=pe The Global Campaign for Peace Education (GCPE) seeks to develop the capacities, in teachers and learners, to face challenges of unprecedented proportion: the continued development of weapons of mass destruction, armed conflicts between states and ethnic groups, the spread of racism, gender inequality, community violence, the huge and widening gap between the rich and the poor throughout the globalized economy, massive violations of human rights an...
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Unveiling Bertha von Suttner – Leymah Gbowee

Leymah Gbowee 2011 Nobel Peace Prize Laurate, unveils bust of Bertha von Suttner (1905 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate) on August 28, 2013 - the Centenary of the Peace Palace. von Suttner's bust is the first bust of a woman to go into the Peace Palace. von Suttner was the first woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize and she is credited with inspiring Nobel to create the prize. berthavonsuttner.com
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