Across the world, women are treated unequally and less value is placed on their lives because of their gender. Women's differential access to power and control of resources is central to this
discrimination in all institutional spheres,
Gender-based discrimination in education is both a cause and a consequence of deep-rooted disparities in society. Poverty, geographical isolation, ethnic background, disability, traditional attitudes about their status and role all undermine the ability of women and girls to exercise their rights. Harmful practices, gender-based violence, and discriminatory education laws, policies, contents and practices still prevent millions of girl's form enrolling, completing and benefitting from education.
Gender must therefore be integrated at all levels of education, from early childhood to higher
education, in formal and non-formal settings and from planning infrastructure to training teachers.
As education is increasingly considered as one of the most effective investments for achieving equitable and sustainable development, realizing gender equality must become a priority in the effort to promote the right to education for all .gender, the most prevalent form of diversity in our lives, can be an important tool to promote racial consciousness and awareness of other forms of discrimination
Gender and peace are closely linked: peace is vital to promote gender equality, while gender inequality can also undermine peace and drive conflict and violence. Conflict and violence have to date been the most important factors obstructing progress on the MDG.
Conflict disrupts the social interactions of everyday life – changing the roles men and women play and how they relate to each other in society. This interaction between gender and conflict has major implications for how we should think about conflict, security and opportunities for peace.
In order to ensure sustainable development, it has become imperative to respect full gender equity and equality. Development activities may affect women and men differently, and therefore must be emphasizes, the need to apply appropriate gender planning in order to ensure that the resulting conditions and results are equitable to women and men. Gender equality, development and peace are linked: there can be no peace without development, and no sustainable development without gender equality.
Keeping this in view the international conference on gender peace Education and development is being organized by Vivek College of Education Bijnor .it attempts to explore and examine different issues ,constraints and innovations in the field of gender peace ,education and development.
Papers and articles relevant to the conference theme & sub theme are invited for presentation in the conference
GenderEquity in Education
Genderand Peace Education
Peaceeducation sustainable development
Womenasactivists and agents of promoting peace
Gandhianconcepts on Peace, Non violence & conflict resolution
The participants are requested to send their abstracts in about 200-250 words on or before 25th October 2014 and full papers in English or Hindi through E-mail at email@example.com in MS word format (A4 size, Times New Roman font size 12pt. For English and Kruti Dev -010, font size- 14pt. For Hindi) on or before 1st November 2014. Abstracts and full papers should be sent with the registration forms and fee at the earliest. Only those entries accompanied by regis-tration fees will be published in the proceedings.
1.The manuscripts should be original, and has not been published previously. Please do not submit material that is currently being considered by another journal and conference.
2. Manuscripts many be 5000-6000 words or longer if approved by the editor, including an abstract, texts, tablets, footnotes, appendixes, and references. The title should be on page 1 and not exceed 15 words, and should be followed by an abstract of not more than 300 words. 3-5 keywords or key phrases are required.
3.The manuscript should be in M.S. Word format, submitted as an email attachment to our email address
1. Title of the paper
2. Author's name & affiliation
5. Main texts