(Original article: Anahata Giri, TRANSCEND Media Service, Nov. 30, 2015) I have never punished my child. This is not because I have some kind of freaky perfect child. My 8-year-old son [continue reading…]
(Original article: Valerie Strauss, The Washington Post, Nov. 24, 2015) Nancy Carlsson-Paige is an early childhood development expert who has been at the forefront of the debate on how best [continue reading…]
(Original article: Stephanie Michaud, Nashoba Valley Voice, Nov. 26, 2015) In 2004, a group of determined and curious Groton-Dunstable Middle School fifth-graders joined Betsy Sawyer’s after-school club, Bookmakers and Dreamers [continue reading…]
(Original article: Marshall Ganz, The Conversation) Students are protesting over racism across campuses in the United States. We asked Marshall Ganz, who dropped out of Harvard as an undergraduate to [continue reading…]
“Peace Education: Lessons from Zimbabwe” Paper Presentation by Dudziro Nhengu, Programme Associate on Gender, Peacebuilding and Security, UN Women, Zimbabwe at the 2nd Africa Peace Conference, October 29-30, 2015, Accra-Ghana.
(Original article: Michael Sainato, The Good Men Project, Nov. 16, 2015) An interview with Jennifer Siebel Newsom, who created Miss Representation, and then turned her lens on what’s happening to boys [continue reading…]
(Original article: Mark Potterton, Business Day Live, Nov. 18, 2015) THE American public was momentarily shocked when a student opened fire, killing nine people and injuring nine others in a [continue reading…]
(Original article: The Sangai Express, Nov. 20, 2015) IMPHAL, Nov 19: Centre for Peace Education, Manipur initiated a three-day peace education workshop for women groups in the State on the [continue reading…]