Submissions should not include papers that have been published previously, presented at other conferences, or that are scheduled for other forthcoming conferences.
All conference proposals – for any of the three types of sessions – should be sent to the Chair of the Programme Committee, Naoko Saito (e-mail: inpe2016
Proposals will be reviewed by the Conference Programme Committee. All authors are requested to identify under which sub-theme their contribution is submitted. Contributions should have a philosophical bearing on education or childrearing (examination of a philosophical issue in connection to education or childrearing; philosophical analysis of aspects of research, policy or practice regarding education or childrearing; etc.). The educational bearing should be rendered explicit in the text.
Decisions will be announced by: March 15th 2016.
Proposals are welcome from those who are not members of INPE. However, if accepted, presenters will be required to join INPE before April 15th 2016.
Chair of the Programme Committee: Naoko Saito, e-mail: inpe2016
The text of the papers accepted for concurrent and working paper sessions, and the abstracts of round table/symposia will be available to registered delegates online prior to the Conference. They will also be included in the conference proceedings, a copy of which will be available at the conference on a USB-stick (a limited number of hard copies will be available during the conference as well).
Papers of Concurrent Sessions will be considered for publication in Ethics and Education, the official journal of INPE. Provided there is enough good quality material a Special Issue will be published by this journal (2017, 1). Further details will be provided during the conference by the Programme Chair, who will be the Guest-Editor. Delegates presenting at the conference are expected to give Ethics and Education first choice to publish their contributions.