World Emotional Literacy League
World Emotional Literacy League

 

 

Held on November 1, 2014, Kathmandu, Nepal

 

Introduction:

 

Peace education is the process of acquiring the values, the knowledge and developing the attitudes, skills, and behaviors to live in harmony with oneself, with others, and with the natural environment.  Peace education programs centered on democracy education typically focus on the political processes associated with conflict, and postulate that with an increase in democratic participation the likehood of societies resolving conflicy through violence and war decreases.  Peace education programs centered on raising awareness of human rights typically focus at the level of policies that humanity ought to adopt in order to move closed to a peaceful global community.  The aim is to engender a commitment among participants to a vision of structural peace in which all individual members of the human race can exercise their personal freedoms and be legally protected from violence, oppression, and indignity.

 

Peace education programs centered on conflict resolution typically focus on the social-behavioural symptoms of conflict, traing individuals to resolve inter-personal disputes through techniques of negotion and (peer) mediation.  Learning to manage anger, "fight fait" and improve communication through skills such as listening, turn-taking, identifying needs, and separating facts from emotions, constitute the main elements of these programs.  Participants are also encouraged to take responsibility for their actions and to brainstorm together on compromises.

 

Recent studies indicate that emotional intelligence is a powerful key to effective leadership & good governance. In every day terms, emotional intelligence reflects the ability to read the social environment, to intuitively grasp what others want and need, to remain unruffled by stress and to possess the interpersonal skills to be engaging and the kind of person that others want to be around. Emotionally intelligent people communicate effectively, form strong, lasting relationships and create powerful coping strategies. The emotional intelligence is an integral part of positive psychology as it has a significant impact on human performance, happiness, well-being and the quest for meaning in life. All of these are the focus of interest in positive psychology.

 

Emotional Intelligence - EQ - is a relatively recent behavioural model, rising to prominence with Daniel Goleman's 1995 Book called 'Emotional Intelligence'. The early Emotional Intelligence theory was originally developed during the 1970s and 80s by the work and writings of psychologists Howard Gardner (Harvard), Peter Salovey (Yale) and John 'Jack' Mayer (New Hampshire). Emotional Intelligence is increasingly relevant to organizational development and developing people, because the EQ principles provide a new way to understand and assess people's behaviours, management styles, attitudes, interpersonal skills, and potential. Emotional Intelligence is an important consideration in human resources planning, job profiling, recruitment interviewing and selection, management development, customer relations and customer service, and more.

 

Global corporations operate in an environment charaacterized by cross-cultural differences.  Leaders who are cont consciously shaping the culture of their organization run the risk of being driven by the culture.  Realizing the potential of Cross-cultural Diversity in the workplace and society will chaallenge challenge societies politically, economically, socially. legally, and culturally.  This challenge will require a parallel effort to achieve equity and full participation of all cultural communities in the larger society.  The global economy and cross-cultural differences make the need for Emotional Intelligence & Cross-Culturla Transformation to achieve Business sustainability & good corporate governance.

 

Inclusive education is not a marginal issue, but is central to the achievement of high quality educatio for all learners and the development of more inclusive societies.  Emotional Intelligence links strongly with concepts of love and spirituality bring compassion and humanity to work. and also to to Multiple Intelligence theory which illustrates and measures the range of capabilities people possess, and the fact that everyone has a value.

 

Cultural Diversity is the quality of diverse or different cultures, as opposed to monoculture, as in the global monoculture, or homogenization of cultures, akin to cultural decay.  The phrase cultural diversity can also refer to having different cultures respect each other's differences.  The phrase "cultural diversity" is also sometimes used to mean the variety of human societies and or culture in a specific region, or in the world as a whole.  The culturally destructive action of globalization is often said to have a negative effect on the world's cultural diversity.

 

 

Goal of the Conference:

 

This One day conference is designed to deliver sustained and enhanced leadership effectiveness through the development and management of Emotional Intelligence to help participants acquire in-depth knowledge to use emotional intelligence in order to achieve leadership excellence as management prospective, social well-being and psychological behavioral science for practical knowledge, skills and interest that they need to ensure that they are a strong, emotionally intelligent leader.

 

Tracks: The International Conference has been divided into following seven main tracks

 

   1.  Emotional Intelligence & Positive Psychology :

 

This is the essential premise of EQ: To Be Successful Requires the Effective Awareness, Control and Management of One's Own Emotions, and those of  Other people. EQ Embraces Two Aspects of Intelligence: a) Understanding Yourself, Your Goals, Intentions, Responses, Behavior and All. b) Understanding Others, and their Feelings Which is Helpful to Make Better Life –Better Tomorrow through Emotional Intelligence&Positive Psychology.

 

   2.  Emotional Intelligence and Diversity in Organizations:

 

Emotional Intelligence and Diversity for Team Building& Organizational Effectiveness.

 

   3. Emotional Intelligence and Cross-Cultural Leadership: 

 

Developing Global Leaders for Good Governance & Sustainable Future.

 

   4. Emotional Intelligence & Peace Education:

 

    Developing Peace Education Leadership through Emotional Intelligence &                   Fostering Global Partnership between Governments, Public & Private Sector               Partnerships, National and International NGO’s.Developng Global Leaders for           Good Governance & Sustainable Future.

 

  5Nurturing Values and Strengths in individuals and Society: Positive Psychology: 

 

      Value as aGuiding Principle in the Lives.

 

6. Religion for the Cultural of Harmony and Peace:

 

Effective Cooperation among the World's Religious Communities for Peace and

Social Cohesion. Promotion of Inclusive Peace Education to Strengthen Federaql

Government System and Empower Central, State, & Local Government

 

7.  Inclusive Quality Peace Education for Strengthening Federal Structure of the Nation: 

 

Promotion of Inclusive Peace Education to Strengthen Federaql Government

System and Empower Central, State, & Local Government.

 

Sub-Themes
  1. Emotional Intelligence & Positive Psychology:
  • Emotional Intelligence & Positive Relationships at Work
  • Emotional Intelligence & Stress Management
  • Emotional Intelligence & Creative Thinking.
  • Emotional Skills for Life Management

 

  1. Emotional Intelligence and Cross-Cultural Leadership:
  • Business Transformation Through Culture and Capability Development
  • The Impact of Emotions in Business & Organizational Development
  • Workplace Culture, Leadership and Emotional Intelligence
  • Business Transformation through Emotional Intelligence & Leadership

 

  3. Emotional Intelligence and Diversity in Organization:  

 

   *  Emotional Intelligence and Diversity for Team Building & Organization                        Effectivensess  

   *  Emotional Intelligence and Diversity for Managers & Leaders for Peronal &                Proffessional Effectiveness  

    * Creative Leadership - Leading with Emotional Intelligence & Diversity

 

  4. Emotional Intelligence & Peace Education:

  • Emotional Intelligence& Spiritual Intelligence for Peace & Sustainable Development
  • Emotional Intelligence and Peace Building: Towards 21st Century
  • Educational Leadership through Emotional Intelligence
  • World Peace and  Conflict Transformation through Emotional Intelligence
  • Post Conflict Resolution through Peace Education by Mediators Dedicated to the Dissemination of Trans-disciplinary Methods of Conflict Resolution.
  • Creating Sustainable Peace through Emotional Intelligence
  • Global Sociology and Emotional Intelligence for Creating a Better World

 

5. Nurturing Values and Strengths in Individuals and Society: Positive Psychology:

  • Indigenous Values and Strength Based Systems in Promoting Peace and Happiness.
  • Positive Emotions Resilience and Gratitude and Forgiveness.
  • Modern and Traditional Values in Family and Education.
  • Values and Strengths at Work Places and Relationship.
  • Character, Temperament and Personality.
  • Structural Inequalities and Value Based Interventions.
  • Leadership in Strength Based Organizations.
  • Parents, Teachers’ Partnership in Strengths and Value Based Education.
  • Social, Cultural, Economic Aspects of Values and Strength Based System.

 

6.   Religion for the Cultural of Harmony and Peace:

  • Eradicating Personality- view(atta-ditthi) for the Better Establishment of World Peace - A Buddhist Perspective
  • Building a New World through Cuture of Peace & Harmony
  • Religious Brotherhood as the First Missionary in the Propagation of World Peace.
  •  Different Religion on Promotion of Peace and Accord in Family as well as in Society.
  • Emotional Transformation for Promoting Peaceful World through different Mediation Methods on the basis of various Religious.

 

   7. Inclusive Quqlity Peace Education to Strengthen Nationaql Federal                  Structure:

 

    * Peace through Inclusive Quality Education. Peace and Inclusive Education.

    *Ensuring Access to Quality Education for all. Promoting Gender-sensitive Human

    *Rights for Comprehensive Peace. Contrructing Curriculum for Adolescents based       on the Feredalism Concept and Practices.

    *Federalism for Indigenous and Migrant People.

 

 

 

Who should participate?

 

  • Educational leaders and Academicians including Research Scholars
  • Social Scientists
  • Government representatives
  • Members from Civil societies, NGOs and INGOs.
  • Individuals interested in Life Skills, adolescent and youth related research
  • Trainers and practitioners of life skills
  • Media people and those who are interested feel free to join with us.


 

Guidelines for Article submission:

 

 

The WWA Journal is the institutional publication of the WWA, a leading Non-governmental organization of Nepal working in the field of Peace Education and Emotional Intelligence. The articles submitted for publication in the WWA Journal should follow the style and instructions as given below:

  • Articles must be empirical, or at least analytical scientific, or literature-review papers should be submitted. The articles should be related to Emotional Intelligence, Peace Education, Peace Psychology, Emotional Intelligence, Psychiatric, Human Development Management, and Peace through religious prospective.
  • The empirical  article/papers  should be  structured as under:
    1. Title of the Paper
    2. Abstract (limited to 150 words)
    3. Introduction/General Background (along with rationale of study)
    4. Objective of the Study
    5. Statement of Issue (Problem) and Theoretical Framework.
    6. Literature Review (Conceptual and Past empirical studies): It may be included in the Parts of  Introduction’ or Statement of Issue’
    7. Research Methodology
    8. Data Analysis, Results and Discussions
    9. Conclusion(along with comparison with previous studies, if any) and future study needs, if any
    10. References (only those used in the paper text)
  • Submission of the article to the Review will be taken to imply that it represents not any previous published, but an original work, and it is not being considered elsewhere for publication, and that if accepted for publication it will not be published anywhere without the consent of the Editorial Board of the Board; however, the ideas and opinions expressed in the articles published in the Review are solely those of author(s).
  • The contents of articles in no way represent views and policies of the organization or that of the Editorial and editors.
  • Submitted articles should be written in English, typed in double spacing with wide margins(1.5 cm) on each side of standard A-4 size paper. It should have a single –side printing on the paper. The font should be in Arial with the 12-point font size.
  • The preferred maximum length of a submission is 6000 words.
  • The article should have conclusions at the end. The main body of article should be provided with mathematical proofs and calculations that justify the issue of the article. Lengthy mathematical proofs and calculations that justify the issue of the article. Lengthy mathematical works and more extensive details tables, if any, should be placed in an appendix or omitted entirely.
  • Tables and figures must be numbered with caption and brief descriptions.
  • The title page should be numbered with caption and brief descriptions.
  • The title page should contain title, name, institutional affiliation(s), full postal address, telephone and mobile number, and Email address of each author; and, if there are two or more authors, indicate which author is responsible for correspondence.
  • Footnotes, if any, should be numbered consecutively with superscript arithmetic numerals at the foot of each page.
  • Citations and references in the text should use the APA format. References should be listed alphabetically.

 

Organizing Committee Chief:

 

Dr. Laxman Shakya,

Program Director  WWA
Post Box No.:13708, Dillibajar-33, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel: +977-1- 4435779, 4434320,4025537 
Email: info@worldwithoutanger.org
URL: www.worldwithoutanger.org

 

Organizing Secretary:

 

DM Basnet, Founder Chairman, WWA

www.worldwithoutanger.org

E-mail: dmbasnet@worldwithoutanger.org

 

Convener   

 

Prof. Dr. Subhash Chandra, India

International Coordinator, WWA- www.worldwithoutanger.org

M- +91 9910241586 ; E-mail: schandra101@gmail.com

 

 

Chairperson

 

Prof. Dr. Murari Prasad Regmi, Chief Advisor, WWA, Nepal

Scientific Committee, 5th International Conference

Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, Department of Psychiatry & Mental Health, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

 

 

Chairperson

 

Prof. Dr. Shri Kanak Mal Dugar, Hon'ble Chanellor, IASE University, Sardar Shahar, Raj, India

International Advisory Committee, 5th International Conference

 

Chairperson

 

Prof.Dr.  Tulasi Ram Vaidya, Special Advisor, WWA, Nepal

National Advisory Committee, 5th International Conference

 

 

Organizing Committee Chief:

 

Dr. Laxman Shakya,

Program Director  WWA
Post Box No.:13708, Dillibajar-33, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel: +977-1- 4435779, 4434320,4025537 
Email: info@worldwithoutanger.org
URL: www.worldwithoutanger.org

 

 

Organizing Secretary:

 

DM Basnet, Founder Chairman, WWA

www.worldwithoutanger.org

E-mail: dmbasnet@worldwithoutanger.org

 

 

Convener:  

 

Prof. Dr. Subhash Chandra, India

International Coordinator, WWA- www.worldwithoutanger.org

M- +91 9910241586 ; E-mail: schandra101@gmail.com

 

 

Chairperson:

 

Prof. Dr. Murari Prasad Regmi, Chief Advisor, WWA, Nepal

Scientific Committee, 5th International Conference

Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, Department of Psychiatry & Mental Health, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

 

 

Chairperson:

 

Prof. Dr. Shri Kanak Mal Dugar, Hon'ble Chanellor, IASE University, Sardar Shahar, Raj, India

International Advisory Committee, 5th International Conference

 

 

Chairperson

 

Prof.Dr.  Tulasi Ram Vaidya, Special Advisor, WWA, Nepal

National Advisory Committee, 5th International Conference

 

 

 

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