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The Global Campaign for Peace Education has a new special section featuring critical thought pieces that illuminate major issues of concern for peace education and guiding inquiries to consider in designing and facilitating learning related to these concerns. New units include Education for the Abolition of War and Military Sex Trafficking: Learning Toward Abolition and Accountability. Dont forget to check-out the many other resources developed by the Global Campaign network.
Visit the peace education global community calendar where you can find and post peace education related events, activities, conferences, and training opportunities all in one place. To have your event or program included, please submit a summary using our newsletter contribution form. Click here to access the calendar>>
Identifying Recent Publications of Significance to Contemporary Peace Education
The purpose of this survey is to take the first step toward identifying the major concepts and issues that form the substance of contemporary peace education, the commonalities and differences in current content and teaching-learning, its foundational philosophies, the social and political purpose it pursues and the educational goals and learning objectives of the practitioners, and the teaching/learning methods used to achieve the objectives. Click here to learn more and to submit a nomination>>
The Global Campaign for Peace Education (GCPE) seeks to develop the capacities, in teachers and learners, to face challenges of unprecedented proportion: the continued development of weapons of mass destruction, armed conflicts between states and ethnic groups, the spread of racism, gender inequality, community violence, the huge and widening gap between the rich and the poor throughout the globalized economy, massive violations of human rights and the degradation of the environment.