World Emotional Literacy League
World Emotional Literacy League

7th International Conference on "Global Peace through Emotional Literacy in Education and Psychology of Management" (WP-TEL-EMP 2017)

Kathmandu, Nepal ~ December 2, 2017


Jointly Organized by:


World Without Anger (WWA)


Global Peace Foundation (GPF), Nepal


National Association of Psychological Science (NAPS), India



In Association with:

World Emotional Literacy League (WELL), USA




Hotel Hardik, Kathmandu, Nepal

PO Box 6953 

Bagbazar - 31

Kathmandu, Nepal



Official Website:



We live in the midst of one of the greatest transitions in Earth's history. Humanity, having become a planetary force, is now shaping both its own future and the long-term future of millions of species of life. The ecological crisis and increasing poverty, population, hunger and violence are forcing man to inevitably face the realities of the human situation. Environmental problems that threaten the future of the world and humanity became two of the most important matters in the new millennium. Man’s greed and consumerist life-style lead to reckless exploitation of nature’s resources threatening both biodiversity and human well-being.


Human values are eroding at a very fast rate resulting in a decline in the quality of life of earth’s people. At the dawn of the new millennium what is required most is emotional intelligence and peace education for holistic and sustainable development. Peace education and emotional intelligence play an important role in building peace and harmony and for balancing development and earth sustainability in order to develop a globally sustainable society. A central feature of our annual conference is to provide a forum to share and disseminate emerging knowledge, research, and programs related to emotional intelligence, positive psychology, mindfulness, transformative leadership, and peace education in order to create a more peaceful planet in the 21st Century.


Goal of the Conference


The primary goal of our international conference is to present and explore innovative approaches and practices in emotional intelligence research and professional practice. To explore peace education and curriculum developments for teaching and learning emotional skills, and to model program applications in business, professional organizations, academic institutions, and government organizations for a sustainable future. There will be international experts presenting papers on EI research and applications in the areas of education, peace, management and organizational behavior, business, organizations, society, and psychiatric applications, psychology, therapy, and assessment. Join the expanding community and network which includes scholars, researchers, educators, clinicians and consultants who are dedicated to the EI field.


The objectives of the conference are:


  • Provide a platform for the researchers to seek further opinions, comments, and suggestions. 


  • Contribute knowledge in the field of emotional literacy, peace, education, and management psychology. 


  • Provide wider opportunitites for participants to interact and network with each other.  


  • Deliver research findings to global audiences.


  • Participate in a truly international, interdisciplinary, and intercultural event.  



Call for contributors:


All honorable authors and researchers are kindly encouraged to contribute to, and help shape, the conference through submissions of their research abstracts and papers. Also, high quality research contributions describing original and unpublished results of conceptual, constructive, empirical, experimental, or theoretical work in all areas of Emotional Intelligence, Education, Psychology, Cross-Cultural, Buddhism and Peace, Human Resource Management, and Business and Behavioral Sciences are cordially invited to make presentations at the conference. The conference solicits contributions of abstracts, papers, and e-posters that address themes and topics of the conference, including figures, tables, and references of novel research material in the fields of:


  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Anger Management
  • Education
  • Business, Personnel, and Industrial Psychology
  • Cross-Cultural Diversity
  • Transformational Leadership
  • Buddhism/Peace and Harmony
  • Human Resource Management
  • Behavioral Management/Sciences
  • Mental Health and Rehabilitation



Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Nepal


Global Peace Foundation Nepal, or GPF, is one of the global co-partners of the 7th WWA International Conference. GPF Nepal has been co-partnering since 2010. GPF is an international non-sectarian, non-partisan, non-profit organization which promotes an innovative, values-based approach to peace-building guided by the vision of One Family under God. GPF engages and organizes a global network of public and private-sector partners who develop community, national, and regional peace-building models as the foundation for ethical and cohesive societies. The Global Peace Foundation affirms the importance of universally recognized principles and shared values as essential to building social cohesion within nations and the global community.


GPF Nepal is guided by the following principles:

  • All people have intrinsic value, dignity, and fundamental rights, as endowed by the Creator.
  • Every person has, as his or her highest attribute, a spiritual and moral essence.
  • Our human nature finds its fullest expression and meaning in relation to others.
  • People develop their innate potential through their choices and actions. Freedom and responsibility are intrinsically linked.
  • Understanding the shared identity and common aspirations as members of the human family establishes the basis for lasting peace. It is the foundation for respect, empathy, and shared responsibiity beyond the boundaries of ethnicity, religion, and nationality.
  • Global Peace Foundation initiatives foster peace and social cohesion worldwide. 


National Association of Psychological Science (NAPS)-India as International Partner for 7th International Conference of WWA:


This is an endeavor for the development, representation, and advancement of different areas of psychology as a science. Many national or international associations are functioning in psychology but the new association in the present scenario is an effort to introduce scientific platform of professionalism in psychology and business. The aim of the association is to promote, advance, and disseminate the interests of scientifically oriented psychological and entrepreneurial research and application for benefit of an individual and society concern. The National Association of Psychological Science (NAPS) will provide the platform for the scholarly exchange research in different areas of psychology. To promote the aims and objectives the association will publish a bi-annual research journal under the Indian Journal of Psychological science.



Aims of the 7th International Conference:


  • To popularize the profile of psychology/behavioral management and enhance its standing as a discipline and profession through all sections to represent, promote and advance psychology within the context of improving human well being.
  • To mobilize the professionals toward mutual cooperation to the social problems from the society.
  • To organize the regional/national/International Congresses of Psychology on subjects of general or special interest in psychology.
  • To exchange the psychological knowledge through publications and researches.
  • To collaborate with other regional, and national, international, organizations in matters of mutual interest. It will be an apolitical and non-government organization. Any office bearer associating him/herself with any political activity shall automatically incur disqualification and be deemed to be removed from that office of responsibility in the organization.
  • To hold inter/intra college/university academic competitions and get-together to promote interpersonal relationships, exchange of the views and ideas.
  • To promote and disseminate knowledge in psychology and its applications for the benefit of the individual and society.
  • To exercise such other functions as the Society may demand from time to time deem feasible and desirable to realize its aims.
  • To publish the selected presented conference papers from reputed publication(s).


Calls for Papers:


The WWA International Conference - 2017: 7th International Conference on "World Peace Through Emotional Literacy in Education and Management Psychology". It is the premier interdisciplinary forum for the presentation of the new advancesd and research results in the fields of Business and Behavioral Sciences. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, entrepreneurs, researchers, and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world. This conference is organized annually and includes publication of journals: World Without Anger an International Journal (ISSN 2231-3303) and WWA Journal Vol. V/VI published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 


Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

  • Emotional Intelligence, and Positive Psychology: Better Health, Better Well-Being, and a Better Tomorrow through Emotional Intelligence and Positive Psychology


  • Emotional Intelligence and Cultural Diversity: Emotional Intelligence and Cultural Diversity for Team Building and for Personal Professional excellence


  • Emotional Intelligence and Transformational Leadership: Developing Global Leaders for Good Governance and a Sustainable Future


  • Emotional Intelligence for Peace, Harmony and Sustainability: New perspectives on Emotional Intelligence, Peace Education and Sustainable Leadership


  • Emotional Intelligence, Buddhism, and Mindfulness: Buddhism Philosophy and Emotional Transformation for Creating a Peaceful Planet


  • Emotional Intelligence, Human Resource Development, and Sustainability: Emotional Intelligence for Business growth and Organizational Leadership for successful Learning Organizations in the 21st Century


  • Psychology and Organization: Appied Psychology on Personality, Organizational Commitment, Seof-Efficacy, Self-Esteem, and Stress / Anger Management

  • Education, Organizational Behavior and Psychology: Concept for developing a more Peaceful and Harmonious World Society


  • Business psychology, personnel psychology, and industrial psychology: Concept for human behavior in the workplace and applies psychological theories and principles to organizations and individuals


  • Mental Health and Rehabilitation: Psychiatry Services provides a comprehensive program to assist persons with severe and persistent mental illness 


Important Dates:

The Last Date of submission of Abstract:

November 7, 2017


Notification of Acceptance:

Within 1 week after submission


*Registration Last Date:

November 27, 2017


Full paper submission:

November 20, 2017


Conference Date:

December 2, 2017 

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