Monday, January 1, 2024

Future Echoes : Free Peace Journal to Heads of Government in 193 Member Countries of the United Nations

Distinguished Reader and Peace Advocates,

Join the global dialogue for peace! 🕊️ Explore the Free Journal of Peace and International Relations, a crucial read for Heads of Government in 193 countries under the UN charter. Ignite discussions, share insights, and build bridges towards a harmonious world. Your participation shapes the future.

Embark and explore on a transformative journey with FUTURE ECHOES, the Free Journal of Peace and International Relations, a pivotal resource and a crucial read for Heads of Government in 193 nations under the United Nations membership charter. 

Ignite discussions, share insights, and build bridges towards a harmonious world. 

Your wisdom and advocacy are instrumental in shaping a world united under leadership for peace. Dive into this invaluable read, ignite discussions, and inspire positive change. Together, let's foster a future of global harmony. 

Your commitment to peace matters. Your participation shapes the future.

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May the Blessing of God Almighty be with us as always in 2024. Happy New Year.

Appointment of National Chancellors - Australia, France, Malaysia, Thailand & USA : 2024 - 2025


The appointment of IAEWP World Board members as National Chancellors signifies a pivotal moment in the institution's journey towards a truly global impact. With unwavering conviction, these distinguished individuals will step into their roles, armed with a resolute commitment to propel the institution to new heights and make a lasting mark in key countries across the world.

The responsibility bestowed upon the National Chancellors is not merely ceremonial; it is a call to action, a mandate to foster meaningful connections, and a commitment to drive positive change on an international scale. With passion burning in their hearts, the National Chancellors will harness the collective strength of IAEWP to create a formidable force for positive transformation.

These visionary leaders will be the catalysts for change, ambassadors of goodwill, and champions of peace and education in the countries they represent. Armed with the authority of their positions, they will tirelessly work towards fostering collaboration, breaking down barriers, and forging alliances that transcend borders.

The impact of their efforts will not be confined to boardrooms or academic circles; rather, it will reverberate in communities, influence policies, and leave an indelible mark on the lives of individuals around the globe. Through their collective wisdom, strategic vision, and unparalleled dedication, the National Chancellors will elevate IAEWP to a position of prominence, making it a beacon of hope, progress, and enlightenment.

In the pursuit of impactful global reach, these National Chancellors will navigate cultural nuances, bridge gaps, and champion inclusivity. They will strive to create a harmonious symphony of diverse voices, ensuring that IAEWP's mission resonates with people from all walks of life. Their resounding commitment will echo in the corridors of power, educational institutions, and grassroots communities alike, leaving an enduring legacy of positive change.

In conclusion, the appointment of IAEWP Board members as National Chancellors is not just a symbolic gesture; it is a proclamation of intent, a promise to usher in an era of unparalleled influence and global significance. With unyielding conviction, these leaders will navigate the complexities of our world, steering IAEWP towards a future where its impact is not just felt but celebrated in countries far and wide.

The Office of the President has confirmed the appointment of the following individuals for the following countries for the term  beginning January 1, 2024  and ending on December 31, 2025.


Mr. Vivek Umrao Glendenning Canberra, Australia


Dr. Guy CREQUIE, Messenger of the Culture of Peace by UNESCO (2000 Express).  @ Paris, France


Mr. Steve Rajan Farukh  @Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 


Mr. Willard Van De Bogart  @Bangkok, Thailand

Untied States of America

Ms. Lana Yang,  @Philadelphia, USA 


Malaysian IAEWP National Chancellery 2024-2025

The Malaysian IAEWP National Chancellery has boldly restructure to pioneer an industry presence in the vital space of Peace and Diplomacy across Malaysia and the ASEAN region. 

In an era marked by global challenges, fostering diplomatic ties and fostering peace is not just a choice but a responsibility. 

By spearheading this initiative, Malaysia can emerge as a beacon of stability, inspiring regional harmony and cooperation. This strategic move not only fortifies our national identity but propels us as leaders in diplomatic innovation. 

As the world watches, let the Malaysian National Chancellery redefine our role in international relations, instilling confidence in our ability to shape a future where diplomacy triumphs, fostering prosperity and unity throughout the region.

The Malaysian IAEWP National Chancellery hosting the esteemed experts in the field will guide the Malaysian National Chancellery, setting benchmarks for other nations to emulate. 

These distinguished individuals, possessing unparalleled expertise, will lead the institution within the country, defining the gold standard for excellence in diplomatic endeavors. 

Their leadership will not only elevate Malaysia's standing but also serve as a shining example for nations worldwide, emphasizing the importance of competence and vision in shaping the future of international relations.

Dato’ Nadzim Johan@ Toqqi  

National Chief Advisor  IAEWP Malaysia 

33D-3-1 Commercial Unit

Villa Puteri Condominium, Jalan Tun Ismail, 

50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Steve Rajan FARUKH.

National Chancellor of  Malaysia &

Director General IAEWP ( NGO ECOSOC UN )

Dato' Sri Asri Yusoff 

National Vice Chancellor , 

(Royal Palace Protocol and Advisory) 

Madam Gulab Jan bt Fazal Eladi,

National Vice Chancellor  

(Media and Parliamentary Affairs) 

Dr. Sani Ashari MD

National Vice Chancellor , 

(Strategic  Development Affairs) 

Dato Dr. Izham Nayan

National Vice Chancellor,  

( ASEAN Directorate for Training & Development)

Dato Dr. Abu Huzaifah bin Dato Hashim

National Vice Chancellor,  

(Events and World Peace Conventions)

Dato' Mohd Ali Majis

National Vice Chancellor,  

(Industry Recognition & Honors)

Malaysian IAEWP National Chancellery

Activity Center

Unit Commercial 33C-3-5, 

Villa Puteri Condominium, 

Jalan Tun Ismail, 

50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Tuesday, August 8, 2023

Future Echoes - Journal of Peace and International Relations


IAEWP would be publishing a quarterly online journal: Future Echoes. The first publication would be released on January 2024 due to unavoidable and unforeseen delay. This is due to the fact that the designer came down with the new variant of Covid.

FUTURE ECHOES is  a continuation and a  re-branded product of PEACE PROGRESS JOURNAL that was first published in Japan during 1974 under the leadership of the late Dr. Charles Mercieca.


The purpose of "Future Echoes - Journal of Peace and International Relations" is to serve as a reputable and authoritative platform for academics, researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to contribute to the discourse on global peace, international relations, and conflict resolution.

The journal aims to facilitate the exchange of innovative ideas, cutting-edge research, and insightful analyses that can contribute to a more peaceful and stable world. By publishing rigorous and thought-provoking content, the journal seeks to foster a deeper understanding of the complex dynamics that shape international relations and to provide insights that can guide efforts towards conflict prevention, resolution, and the promotion of global harmony.



Knowledge Dissemination: The journal strives to disseminate high-quality research and scholarship related to various aspects of peace and international relations. It aims to provide a platform for academics, researchers, and experts to share their findings, theories, and practical insights.

Critical Analysis: Future Echoes aims to encourage critical analysis of prevailing international relations paradigms, geopolitical challenges, conflict triggers, and peacebuilding strategies. By presenting diverse perspectives and methodologies, the journal fosters a deeper understanding of complex global issues.

Interdisciplinary Exchange: The journal seeks to bridge disciplines and promote interdisciplinary collaboration. It welcomes contributions from fields such as political science, international law, sociology, psychology, economics, and more, recognizing that holistic approaches are essential to address intricate global challenges.

Policy Relevance: Future Echoes aims to offer content that holds practical value for policymakers and practitioners. By publishing research that is grounded in real-world applicability, the journal aspires to contribute to evidence-based decision-making in the realms of diplomacy, conflict resolution, and peacebuilding.

Global Dialogue: The journal serves as a platform for fostering global dialogue on peace and international relations. It encourages the exchange of ideas and perspectives from different regions, cultures, and backgrounds, promoting a more inclusive and comprehensive understanding of global dynamics.



"Future Echoes - Journal of Peace and International Relations" covers a wide range of topics within its domain, including but not limited to:

Conflict analysis and resolution

  • International diplomacy and negotiations
  • Peacekeeping and conflict prevention
  • Human rights and humanitarian interventions
  • Global governance and international organizations
  • Geopolitical and security studies
  • Cultural and social dimensions of peace
  • Economic and environmental aspects of international relations
  • Technology's impact on global peace and security

By addressing these and related subjects, the journal aims to contribute to the advancement of knowledge, policy formulation, and practice in the pursuit of a more peaceful and cooperative world order.

The print copy would be circulated FREE of CHARGE to Head of Government to  195 recognized sovereign nations in the world as well as to 38 quasi-autonomous state entities. 

There are 195 countries in the world today. This total comprises 193 countries that are member states of the United Nations and 2 countries that are non-member observer states: the Holy See and the State of Palestine. Dependencies or other territories would include a further 38  quasi-autonomous entities.

Quasi-autonomous regions or entities are regions within a country that have a degree of self-governance and autonomy, often granted by the central government. These regions might have control over certain aspects of their governance, such as local administration, cultural affairs, and sometimes even their own legal systems, while still being part of the larger country

Tuesday, June 20, 2023

National Chief Adviser of Malaysia : Dato' Nadzim Johan


Most Distinguished Dato Nadzim Johan

The Board is pleased to approve the appointment of the Most Distinguished Dato Nadzim Johan as the Chief National Adviser for IAEWP Malaysia. He is a national luminary who had dedicated over three decades in  works related to Ethical Consumerism, Peace, Justice and Humanity in Malaysia and internationally.

A National Chief Adviser can play a significant role in assisting the International Association of Educators for World Peace (IAEWP) in advancing the cause of peace on a global scale. 

Here are several ways in which a National Chief Adviser can contribute:

Strategic guidance: A  National Chief Adviser, can provide strategic guidance to the IAEWP by offering expertise and experience in peace education and peace building. The insights can help shape the association's goals, programs, and initiatives, ensuring they are aligned with current global challenges and trends.

Policy advocacy: One of the key roles of a National Chief Adviser is to engage with policymakers and advocate for policies that promote peace education and peace building. By leveraging the position and influence, you can raise awareness about the importance of peace education and encourage governments to integrate it into their education systems. This advocacy can result in the allocation of resources, the development of supportive policies, and the inclusion of peace education in national curricula.

Networking and partnerships: A National Chief Adviser,  can actively network with other influential individuals and organizations in the country and beyond. By forging partnerships and collaborations, he can expand the reach and impact of the IAEWP's initiatives. This networking can involve academic institutions, government bodies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and other stakeholders working towards peace education and peace building.

Resource mobilization: A National Chief Adviser can assist the IAEWP in resource mobilization efforts. This involves identifying potential sources of funding, grants, or sponsorships for the association's projects and programs. By utilizing his connections and knowledge of funding opportunities, he can help secure the necessary resources to support the IAEWP's activities and initiatives.

Capacity-building and training: As a recognized expert in peace education, he can contribute to capacity-building and training initiatives organized by the IAEWP. This may involve conducting workshops, seminars, or training sessions for educators, policymakers, and other relevant stakeholders. By sharing his knowledge and expertise, he can enhance the understanding and implementation of peace education principles and practices.

Research and evaluation: A National Chief Adviser can contribute to the research and evaluation efforts of the IAEWP. By conducting or supporting research studies on peace education, peace building, and related areas, he can contribute to the evidence base and help identify effective strategies and best practices. Additionally, he can assist in evaluating the impact and outcomes of the IAEWP's programs and initiatives, providing valuable insights for future improvements.

By actively engaging in these areas, a National Chief Adviser can make a substantial contribution to the IAEWP's mission of advancing peace education and promoting global peace. His expertise, influence, and network can help raise awareness, shape policies, mobilize resources, build capacity, and contribute to the knowledge base, ultimately making a significant difference in advancing the cause of peace worldwide.

We welcome the Most Distinguished Dato Nadzim Johan on board for the tenure of June 1, 2023 till May 31, 2027

Wednesday, January 18, 2023

53,000 people celebrate the UN International Day of Peace 2023 in Malaysia


IAEWP celebrated the third International Walk for Peace in Malaysia. This event marks the celebration of the United Nations International Day of Peace 2023.

The launch was at Putrajaya, the administative capital of the country on January 14, 2023.

We started the celebration in the early part of the year due to the unpredictability of the weather dynamics in Malaysia.

Some 53,000 people participated in the IAEWP International Walk For Peace programme today involving eight locations nationwide. Malaysia has 14 states and phase one of the event witnessed a simultaneous launch in 8 states of the federation.

Phase two is being scheduled in the mid-year; which would involve the remaining six states of the federation.

The  IAEWP International Walk of Peace involved participants as young as  seven ( 7 ) from primary schools to seventeen years old in secondary schools. Accompanying parents brought toddlers to join the celebration with their school going children.

Co-curriculum credit  points were granted by the Malaysian Ministry of Education for all  participating students.

Walk for Peace was conceptualised to promote peace and harmony between the different religions, ethnicity and races in Malaysia; encouraging and educating people to maintain unity and tolerance on religious and racial issues. In Malaysia, peace is crystalised and driven by the principles of Rukun Negara ( National Principles ).

The Rukun Negara (National Principles) was introduced on 31 August 1970 by the Malaysian Government to celebrate the 13th anniversary of the nation’s Independence Day.

Its creation as a national ideology was in response to “13 May”  racial riots incident in 1969 , following the general election in Malaysia. The outbreak of riots had resulted in the creation of the National Operations Council to restore peace and stability to Malaysia till 1971.

From then on, the Rukun Negara was dedicated to forge national unity among the citizens.

According to this national ideology, the citizens of Malaysia pledge to achieve the following five principles:

  • Belief in God
  • Loyalty to King and Country
  • Upholding the Constitution
  • Rule of Law
  • Good Behaviour and Morality

The IAEWP  International Walk for Peace was to create a public awareness to 'Free the world from war and create a healthy and peaceful environment'. 

The International Walk For Peace in Malaysia began on Sept 21, 2019, and continued to early 2020, before it was put on hold due to Covid-19 pandemic.

This year, we had participation from Thailand, Indonesia and Cambodia to be a witness to the celebration and IAEWP charters in these countries were encourage to emulate and replicate the success of the Malaysian event in their countries.

The Malaysian Team  event directors consisted of Mr. Syed Araniri ( National Chancellor of Malaysia : 2022-2023 ), Madam Baridah Che Nayan ( President Malaysian IAEWP Charter ), Ms. Farrawaheida Abdul Wahab ( Program Director ) and Steve Rajan Farukh ( IAEWP Director General ) along with a number of volunteers and paid staff.

1. Premier News Agency in Malaysia has published as follows in English & in  The National Language.

2. Views on TikTok encapsulated almost fourteen million views in the first 3 days and it is still a viral phenomenon. This events was for the Putrajaya launch ONLY. This is a true reflection of the huge excitement the event is creating in Malaysia.

3. View the sensational event on YOUTUBE by a participant.

4. Here is a TikTok from another location that attracted over 9,000 plus participants.

Sunday, January 15, 2023

Mr. Darlington Egbunu Abdullahi of Nigeria- Public Acknowledgement of Resignation


Notice is hereby served to all concerned that Mr. Darlington Egbunu Abdullahi  of Nigeria who was in the service of  this association as the former IAEWP National Chancellor of Nigeria is being no longer associated in that capacity with the  International Association of Educators for World Peace (IAEWP). 

It may please be noted that Mr. Darlington Egbunu Abdullahi , has ceased to be a member of the IAEWP  and is no longer in the service of IAEWP  since 1st May 2020.

And as such  he has no authority whatever in transacting any business or receiving  money or acting in any way  on IAEWP's  behalf.  That the International Association of Educators for World Peace shall not be responsible as Principal for any action, debt, commitment or deeds done by the said Mr. Darlington Egbunu Abdullahi in any or ALL forms and nature of business or non business transaction in Nigeria or anywhere else.

As follows is the last known address recorded in our registry

Immediate Past National Chancellor

Mr. Darlington Egbunu Abdullahi 

Retired Air Commodore &

Former Director National and Military Strategy at the National Defense College Abuja

P. O. Box 4344, Garki Area 10, Abuja, Nigeria.

Suite C-31, Murg Shopping Plaza, 1 Awka Street, Area 10, Abuja, Nigeria

Mr. Darlington Egbunu Abdullahi had been asked to surrender the registration documents of IAEWP Nigeria. The Board is waiting for his response from the start of Covid19 pandemic since  May 2020.

This public domain announcement may also serve as a  cease and desist  notice that legal action may and will be taken if the conduct  of alleged or actual infringement of intellectual property rights, such as copyrights, trademarks, and patents is reported. 

The Director General IAEWP

Thursday, December 22, 2022

Appointment of Professor Chinyere N. Alimba as the National Chancellor of Nigeria

The Office of the President is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Chinyere N. Alimba as the National Chancellor of Nigeria for the tenure 2023 -2024.. Professor Chinyere N. Alimba is a global expert on peace education, peacebuilding,, conflict resolution, security and terrorism.

As follows are his details :

Professor Chinyere N. Alimba 

Centre For Peace And Security Studies ,

Modibbo Adama University of Technology Yola  (Federal University of Technology) 

 Adamawa State, NIGERIA

We welcome Professor Chinyere N. Alimba on board  to spearhead the enhancement  of  SDGs awareness through IAEWP in Nigeria.

Monday, July 18, 2022


Mr. Leo Mikhailovich Semashko (born June 20, 1941) had continuously supported the Russian invasion of Ukraine  based on his twisted logic.

IAEWP has permanently banned him for life, from  ALL peace and harmony activities of this institution. 

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has caused significant harm to the people of Ukraine in various ways, including:

Loss of life: The conflict has resulted in the deaths and murder of thousands of people, including civilians, women and children.

Displacement of people: The conflict has forced millions of people to flee their homes, either within Ukraine or to neighbouring countries. Many of these people have been displaced for months and face difficulties accessing basic necessities such as food, water, and healthcare.

Economic damage: The conflict has caused significant economic damage to Ukraine, including the destruction of infrastructure and disruption of trade and commerce. This has had a negative impact on the country's economy and has affected the livelihoods of many Ukrainians.

Humanitarian crisis: The conflict has created a humanitarian crisis, with many people lacking access to basic necessities such as food, water, and healthcare. This has led to a high level of suffering, particularly among vulnerable populations such as children, the elderly, and the disabled.

Political instability: The conflict has also created political instability in Ukraine, with the government facing challenges in maintaining control over certain regions and populations. This has led to tensions between different groups within the country and has made it difficult to find a peaceful resolution to the conflict.

Overall, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has had a devastating impact on the country and its people, and has caused significant harm in terms of loss of life, displacement, economic damage, humanitarian crisis, and political instability.

We can provide information about the potential reasons why individuals or groups may choose to ostracize supporters of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

One possible reason is that the invasion of Ukraine is widely considered to be a violation of international law and human rights. The Russian military intervention has resulted in the deaths of thousands of people, the displacement of millions, and the annexation of Crimea, which is recognized as Ukrainian territory by the international community.

Many individuals and countries view the invasion as an aggressive act of aggression that threatens regional and global stability. As a result, there may be a moral imperative for individuals or groups to distance themselves from those who support or justify the invasion.

Additionally, ostracizing supporters of the Russian invasion may serve as a form of accountability and deterrence. By refusing to associate with or support individuals who endorse the invasion, others may be discouraged from expressing similar views or engaging in similar actions in the future.

The Russian invasion of Ukraine is widely regarded as a violation of international law and a threat to global peace and stability. Many countries and international organizations have condemned the invasion and imposed economic sanctions on Russia in response. Supporting such an invasion goes against the values of international law and diplomacy, and can be seen as condoning aggression and violence.

Furthermore, ostracizing supporters of the invasion may be seen as a way of expressing disapproval and holding them accountable for their actions. By ostracizing supporters, individuals and communities can send a message that such behaviour is not acceptable and will not be tolerated.

However, it is important to note that ostracism should be done in a peaceful and respectful manner, and should not lead to violence or discrimination. Ultimately, the goal should be to promote understanding, dialogue, and a peaceful resolution to conflicts, rather than further division and hostility.

It's important to note that while it is understandable that people may feel strongly about this issue, it is also important to engage in productive dialogue and seek to understand the perspectives of others, even if they may be different from our own. It is also important to respect the right to free speech and expression, while holding individuals accountable for actions that may harm others.

Mr.Leo Semashko had labelled individuals who tried to engage in productive dialogue with him on his twisted perspectives as Nazi; he adamantly refuses to listen to reasoning. 

He is no longer a member of IAEWP with immediate effect.

Tuesday, July 12, 2022

The obituary of Dr. Charles Mercieca


February 3, 1933 - July 10, 2022

With profound sadness we announce this to the world. 

Words may not suffice to express the heartfelt sorrow that the world feels for the peaceful passing of Dr. Charles Mercieca  in his sleep on July 10, 2022. He was 89 years and 5 months at the time of his passing over. 

Dr. Charles Mercieca, the Peace Messiah had dedicated his entire life to peace work and travelled to every continent on earth planting the seeds of peace throughout his adult life .

He founded IAEWP in February 1967 and retired on April 30, 2022. On the platform of IAEWP, Dr Charles Mercieca was the Living Messiah of Peace and Diplomacy, all throughout his adult  life.

The good heart of a Saint has stopped beating, but a heart that has touched so many lives, in so many continents can’t help but live on in those it loved him for almost 90 years.

Those we love don’t go away; they live with us in our hearts, prayers, thoughts and memories.

May his Soul Rest in Paradise through eternity . Amen

                                                     Eulogy From the Family

Dr. Charles Mercieca, 89, of Huntsville, past away peacefully on Sunday, July 10, 2022. Dr. Mercieca was born in Hamrun, Malta on February 3, 1933, to the late Carmel and Julia (Brincat) Mercieca.

After high school, Dr. Mercieca went on to earn numerous degrees, a B.A. in English & Classics from Loyola College in Malta, a B.A. in Philosophy & Speech from Aloisianum College in Italy, a B.S. in Theology & Pedagogy from St. Louis University in Missouri, a M.S. in School Administration & Experimental Psychology from Kansas State University & finally a Ph.D. in Philosophy & Historical Foundations from the University of Kansas.

After college, being a man of principals, he accepted a position from the first university who responded to his application & thus began his 34 year teaching journey with Alabama A & M, where he was a professor of History, Philosophy, Political Science & Education Administration from 1967 to 2001. Over the years, he also accepted many temporary professorships, leading him to Harvard University, the National Autonomous University of Santa Ana in El Salvador, Tver State & Kiev Universities in Russia, & Kyung Hee University in South Korea. He was the Honorary President of the Swiss Business School in Zurich, Switzerland from 2001 to 2011.

Dr. Mercieca founded the International Association of Educators for World Peace (IAEWP), a non-profit NGO affiliated with the UN, in 1969, to promote world peace & safeguard international human rights. To further his mission, he traveled the world, working with spiritual leaders of the Zen Buddhists & Russian Orthodox faiths. He lectured in universities on six continents, speaking about social & educational concerns, advocating for peace & the elimination of racial prejudices. He was the recipient of innumerable honors & awards, individually & with IAEWP. He authored seven books & over 900 articles, many published in multiple languages.

Dr. Mercieca met the love of his life, his wife Sherry Watson on March 28, 1970, while buying a suit at GEX department store, & they were married two months later on May 28. They shared a beautiful life together for 31 years until her untimely passing left him widowed in 2001.

Dr. Mercieca is survived by his daughter, Juliette Mercieca Skiver, & son-in-law, Matt Skiver, of Irvine, CA; his son, Alexander Mercieca, daughter-in-law, Jennifer Burrell Mercieca & two granddaughters, Hannah & Bailey Mercieca, all of Huntsville, AL; his two sisters, Josephine & Adleen, brother, Vincent, & numerous nieces & nephews, all of Malta.


Monday, May 2, 2022

IAEWP Elects a New President for the Term 2022 -2024



Dr. Priya Ranjan Trivedi takes the leadership position in  IAEWP  as the President   with effective from 1st May 2022. 

Dr. Trivedi has been involved with IAEWP since the early 1970s with its founding Board Members,  He  had supported and organized close to a 100 state level, regional and international congresses with Dr. Charles Mercieca over the last few decades in India through his educational institutions.

He has held many positions in IAEWP, the last of which was as its Executive Vice President since 2018..

He also takes charge as the First Director General of Education at the IAEWP Faculty of Peace Education which delivers over Thirty (30 ) ONLINE courses to support the SDG of the United Nations

All courses are designed, develop and delivered by Dr. P.R.Trivedi, free of charge for aspiring students , worldwide.

Dr. Trivedi is a thought leader and has incorporated two government of India  accredited universities in India and leads as


  • Chairman, Indian Institute of Ecology and Environment, New Delhi, India
  • President, Confederation of Indian Universities, New Delhi, India
  • Founder Chancellor, The Global Open University Nagaland, India
  • Founder Chancellor, Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University, Arunachal Pradesh, India

Dr.Priya Ranjan Trivedi who was born on March 13, 1950 excelled in the new and emerging area of neology and neocracy for his passion for evolving new doctrines for solving different problems of the world in general and of India in particular. 

He has advocated through his appropriate solutions and technologies for tackling issues like peacelessness, poverty, pollution, population explosion, unemployment, faulty educational system, insurgency, greed, violence and terrorism.

Before entering into the profession of teaching, training and research he successfully completed his Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral Degrees in the areas of Engineering, Management and Human Rights respectively. 

Besides teaching the need based subjects and researching on vocational and job oriented areas like ecology and environment, disaster management, sustainable development, total quality management, geoinformatics, bioinformatics, environmental communication, intellectual property rights, human rights, peace studies, conflict resolution, ecological tourism, geriatric care and educational planning, he has also brought out world level and multi volume Encyclopedias on these subjects which have been used and referred by several governments, ministries and international libraries as reference materials.

The main passion of Dr. Priya Ranjan Trivedi has been reading, writing and researching. He has authored and edited the following books, encyclopedias and monographs :

01. Agenda for Sustainable Development

02. Future Global Sustainable Development

03. Bio-diversity Conservation and Management

04. Biotechnology for Biodiversity Conservation

05. Global Energy Resources and Requirements

06. Energy Policy, Efficiency and Management

07. Human Settlements and Global Change

08. Urban and Rural Settlements

09. Population Pressure, Advocacy and Poverty

10. Population, Environment and Development

11. Population Explosion and Poverty

12. Population Development vs. Environment

13. Green and Environmental Movements

14. Global Green and Environmental Groups

15. Green Philosophy and Political Ecology

16. Eco-Philosophy and Environmentalism

17. National - Global Perspectives to Environment

18. The Earth Summit

19. Global Environmental Facility

20. Deforestation and Land Degradation

21. Desertification, Drought and Water

22. Global Climate Change

23. International Politics and Climate Change

24. Climate Changes and Sea Level Rise

25. Global Impacts of Sea Level Rise

26. Global Warming and Green House Effect

27. Global Warming - International Cooperation

28. National and Global Efforts for Saving Ozone

29. Ozone Protocols and Future Diplomacy

30. Island Development

31. Island Development and Marine Environment

32. Protected Areas and National Parts

33. Nature and Fragile Eco-system Protection

34. Wildlife and Forest Conservation

35. Endangered Flora and Fauna

36. Global and National Wilderness

37. Wilderness Management

38. Marine Environment and Pollution Control

39. Marine Environmental and Ocean Resources

40. Greenhouse Effect and Global Climate

41. Air Pollution, Acid Rain and Ozone Depletion

42. Perspectives on Global Warming

43. Toxic & Hazardous Waste Management

44. Toxic and Hazardous Waste - Risk and Trade

45. Nuclear Power : Achievements and Prospects

46. Nuclear Wastes, Tests and Nuclear Winter

47. Contemporary Natural Manmade Disasters

48. Risk Assessment and Disaster Management

49. Floods, Dambursts and Groundwater Hazards

50. Coastal and Marine Environment Pollution

51. UN Convention on the Law of the Seas

52. Earthquake and Volcanic Eruptions

53. Land Degradation, Land Slides and Rockfalls

54. Droughts, Famines and Desertification

55. Biodiversity Extinction and Deforestation

56. Biotechnology and Genetic Manipulation

57. Floods, Tropical Cyclones, Storms and Hurricanes

58. Technological Disasters

59. Mining Disasters

60. War, Chemicals and Environment

61. Introduction to Ecology and Environment

62. State of India's Environment

63. Global Environmental Issues

64. Environmental Education

65. Population and Community Ecology

66. Natural Resources Conservation

67. Environmental Protection and Law

68. Environmental Impact Assessment

69. Pollution Monitoring and Control

70. Research Methodology and Systems Analysis

71. Air Pollution

72. Water Pollution

73. Noise Pollution

74. Agricultural Pollution

75. Nuclear and Thermal Pollution

76. Marine Pollution

77. Solid Waste Management

78. Energy Resources

79. Environmental Procedure

80. Environmental Analysis

81. Basic International Environment Laws

82. International Laws on Forests

83. International Laws on Wildlife

84. International Laws on Land and Fresh Water

85. International Laws on Marine Water - Vol. I

86. International Laws on Marine Water - Vol. II

87. International Laws on Air Pollution

88. International Laws on Nuclear Pollution

89. International Laws on Toxic/Hazardous Chem.

90. International Laws on Global Commons

91. Cleaner Delhi - Cleaner India

92. Encyclopedia of Ecology and Environment

93. Encyclopedia of Total Quality Management

94. Encyclopedia of Disaster Management

95. Encyclopedia of Pollution Control

96. Encyclopedia of Interfaith Studies

We welcome Dr. PR Trivedi to lead IAEWP in the post pandemic era.


Saturday, April 30, 2022

A Special Laudation to retiring President Dr. Charles Mercieca



Dr. Charles Mercieca had helmed  IAEWP for the last half century as it founding president since 1967 at his hometown in Huntsville, Alabama, the USA. His age matured to  eight nine ( 89 ) on  February 2022.

Mercieca, Charles was born on February 3, 1933 in Hamrun, Malta. Came to the United States  in 1961. He is the son of Carmelo and Julia (Brincat) Mercieca.  

His journey in education started at Loyola College, Malta, 1951-1955, Bachelor of Arts English, Istituto Filosófico, Milan, 1955-1958, Bachelor of Arts Philosophy. Kansas State University, 1962-1964, Master of Science School Admin. Street Louis University, Missouri, 1961-1965, Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Surgery Social Work; finally withUniversity of Kansas, 1965-1966,  gaining his Doctor of Philosophy in Education.

He had an impressive career journey on a landscape of Professor of history, philosophy and political science, Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University, Normal, since 1967; supervisor, Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical U., 1969-1975; assistant to president, Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical U., 1987-1991; Director Institute for International Relations., Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical U., since 1988; executive vice president, International Association of Educators for World Peace, Huntsville, Alabama. Consultant United Nations, New York City, since 1973, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Paris, since 1973, Drug Rehabilitation progressive, Montgomery, Alabama, since 1988. Association in Education professor Harvard University, 1984-1985. He is the Professor Emeritus at Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University.

Dr Charles Mercieca has had received numerous  awards in the USA and at the international level viz Recipient Kentucky Colonel, 1983; Grand Cross of Honor & Merit, Federal Republic Germany, 1990; Albert Schweitzer Peace award, 1992 and a special recognition at the 2008 World Peace Congress in Malaysia as the Malaysian Prime Minister Award of Excellence.

He was married to Sherry Jean Watson, May 15, 1950 and has two children Juliette Mercieca and Alexander Mercieca.

The Living Legend Dr. Charles Mercieca, American History, philosophy and political science educator retires from IAEWP in 2022 and would continue  to serve humanity as its President Emeritus and  as its Lead Advisor effective May 1, 2022.