AVPN Chairman Doug Miller will be keynote speaker at the Beijing Forum 2015



Date & time

06 November 2015



08 November 2015


About this event


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The Harmony of Civilizations and Prosperity for All —Different Paths with Common Responsibilities

Approved by the Chinese Ministry of Education, and under the auspices of the Beijing Municipal Government, Beijing Forum is an international forum co-sponsored by Peking University, Beijing Municipal Commission of Education, and Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies.

The general theme of Beijing Forum is “The Harmony of Civilizations and Prosperity for All”. Beijing Forum aims at promoting the study of humanities and social sciences around the world. It endeavors to promote academic development and social progress across the world in order to contribute to the development and prosperity of humankind. Beijing Forum believes in promoting and safeguarding the progress of the human society through the peaceful integration of civilizations.

Beijing Forum, which was initiated in 2004, is held annually. This year will see its tenth anniversary. So far it has witnessed the involvement of a total of over 3700 participants including well known politicians and noted scholars from more than 70 countries and regions around the world.

*** AVPN Chairman Doug Miller will be keynote speaker at this event.

Panel sessions

Panel I: International Cooperation and Development in the New Normal: The One Belt One Road Strategy

Panel II: “Beauty Through Each Other’s Eyes”: Retrospection and Outlook on the Exchanges and Mutual Learning Among Civilizations

Panel III: Social Innovation in Times of Change

Panel IV: Constructing a Road for Peace: Historical Responsibility and Multiple Memory

Panel V: The Diversity of Art History

Special Panel: New Urbanization: Global Experience and China’s Way

Student Panel: Towards the Future We Want – Student Conference on Conservation Sciences, Beijing

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