Jing Hengyi School of Education,
The Chair of Collaborative Office of CIPSH in Hangzhou Normal University,
and Philosophy for Children and Youth Network in the Asia Pacific.
A Celebration of the 10th Anniversary of the foundation of PCYNAP
30th and 31st Oct 2021
The Philosophy with Children and Youth Network for Asia and the Pacific (PCYNAP) met for the first time at the 15th ICPIC held in Jinju Korea in July 2011. In 2020 we began a renewed effort to build the network resulting in a number of joint projects, including the foundation of a reading group and a Children’s International discussion Circle, and we now proudly announce this Conference celebrating the tenth anniversary of PCYNAP. Our aim is to consolidate our efforts to date, so we can move forward together with the wonderful work we are doing preparing our students to meet the challenges of life in the 21st Century. We hope you will join us in this venture.
The Conference will draw together a wide range of eminent Asian-Pacific scholars and practitioners in the field of Philosophy for/with Children (P4wC) to provide not only an historical account of the journey to date, but to create opportunities to reflect on the insights and experiences of the practitioners/authors within the varied cultural contexts of the network. We will showcase the diversity of the P4wC models which have evolved in the Asia-Pacific region, providing a platform for researchers and practitioners to tell their stories in their own cultural contexts. We will celebrate and strengthen our connections with the international associations IAPC, ICPIC, CIPSH and FAPSA. We will establish new opportunities for collaboration within the network, including the publication of a practitioner’s handbook, research projects and a Routledge publication
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SUBMIT AN EXPRESSION OF INTEREST TO PRESENT
Please send follow the link and provide your details for review by the scientific committee by 20th Sep.
Ping-chen Hsiung and Lincoln Gao
International Council for Philosophy and Human Sciences. http://www.cipsh.net/htm
Maughn Gregory and Megan Laverty
Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children https://www.montclair.edu/iapc
Arie Kizel and Tetsuya Kono
International Council of Philosophical Inquiry with Children https://www.icpic.org/
Rainier Ibana and Jinwhan Park
Philosophy for Children and Youth Network in the Asia Pacific www.Pcynap.net
Federation of Asia Pacific Philosophy in School Associations www.fapsa.org.au
"Back to the Future? Connecting Children with Philosophies Today and from the Past "
"Citizenship and P4C Development in the Aftermath of the Disasters"
"The Facilitator's Challenges in a Philosophical Community of Inquiry"
"Ann Margaret Sharp, Gareth B. Matthews, & Matthew Lipman: contesting what really matters in children’s philosophy."
"Ann Margaret Sharp, Gareth B. Matthews, & Matthew Lipman: contesting what really matters in children’s philosophy"
Please read the instructions below
If you live in the Asia Pacific region, then you may choose to register on the PCYNAP register.
To register as a member of PCYNAP please complete your details on this form:
Once you register with PCYNAP: