Conference of Science in Service of Peace and Development

Conference of Science in Service of Peace and Development

Introduction

After the international conference of Science 1999, the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the International Council of Sciences, announced 10 November (Iranian calendar, 19 or 20 Aaban) as the “WORLD SCIENCE DAY FOR PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT”. The importance of using science in the process of countries development and lowering the gap between science and society are among the goals of this plan. In this respect, efforts have been made to draw people’s attention towards the importance of role of science in the progress of the world. Another goal of the World Science Day is to enable people to benefit from this day according to their specialization and skills. The World Science Day for Peace and Development provides scientific institutes, governments, civil societies and scientists to discuss and exchange views on peace and development, as the most essential social concepts. In a new approach of UNESO, peace does not mean the absence of war among governments, but, it could mean the conditions of a constructive Natioanl management, settlement of disputes and making coordination in the inter-entities sectors of a society and obviously, societies that benefit from scientific methods could have a common perspective to look at the world and instead of focusing on differences, emphasize on the shared and common points to give the peace a chance to flourish.

Goals of the Conference

1.To define the tri-lateral relationship of science, peace and development

2.Introduction to the effective  areas of science in establishing ad expanding  the science

3.Exchange of views among scholars in  the three  areas of science, development and peace

4.Presentation of   Suitable approaches for  the goal- oriented relations among  science, peace and development

Cores:

1.Effective factors on constructive interaction  among science, peace and development

2.Role of scientific societies in the development of countries

3.Challenges in the collaboration of scientific entities and policy making bodies

4.Peace and development in the shadow of scientific monopolism

5.Science and development

– Science and human development

– Science and scientific development

– Science and cultural and social development 

– Science and economic development

– Science and sustained development

6.Naming the best performances in employing science in serving peace and development

7.Improper use of science in serving the war

Scientific Advisors Board

Executive committee

CEO

Colleagues

Holder of the ceremony

Sponsors