|Invitation from Natalia Bahmutova
In 2012 at the annual meeting of the International
Association of Teachers (ITA) will be attended by teachers
to address the issue of peace without war.
The world is full
of wars, which affect not only thousands but millions of
people. How to make sure that people do not suffer either
physically or emotionally, what we do and even teachers can
do to make the world a brighter, smarter and better? This is
the question that we, teachers from around the world, can
ponder and change the experience between each other.
addresses, breakout sessions, round tables, training
conferences maximize opportunities for interaction between
teachers and educators in order to further the academic
dialogue on education for peace, tolerance and international
The teacher's role
is humane and peace in the souls of men. Therefore, our
conference is so important for us, our students, our
countries and the entire world.
In addition to the
academic program, participants will be able to enjoy the
view of the cultural program aimed at understanding in
Kazakhstan, a country with diverse cultures, people living
close to the one area that complement and enrich each other,
live in peace and harmony for 20 years after the
program is rich in information on Kazakhstan, its nature,
geography, history and culture of its people.
represents a significant contribution to those seeking to
gain an understanding of cultural diversity within the
framework of International Education and Peace Studies.