The second day of the Conference aims to widen the perspectives on the “comfort women” issue and feminist peace by intersecting the historical issue with contemporary discourses on peace and women’s rights. A particular attention is devoted to the question how, by studying the “comfort women” issue, feminist perspectives question the meaning of state, war, and peace and contribute to designing alternative peace frameworks. In addition, how to deliver peace and history education on the “comfort women” issue is also an issue of concern. In the third plenary session, the invited speakers will develop their critical perspectives to reveal how war (forcibly) mobilises women and peace has forgotten war experiences of women. In the final session, discussions will be centred around women’s practices that challenge gendered social orders, which creates the environment where conflict-related sexual violence issues are distorted and ignored, like backlash against the “comfort women” issue, and enslave women of domination and exploitation.