“The promotion of a culture of peace among children is crucial for a future of peace. Key to installing this value in children is to educate them in a ‘culture of encounter,’” said Archbishop Bernadito Auza, Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the UN.
On this International Day of Peace, community colleges should take stock of the important work they do to foster a world that is peaceful and prosperous. As we become even more diverse as a country, community colleges will be critical to making America a land of equal opportunity and peace.
It is important to closely examine how the Iraqi government is rebuilding a conflict-sensitive educational system that will hopefully devote itself to both the mental health and the intellectual development of young Iraqi children. With this in mind, a peace education program seems like a viable solution for Iraqi children.
Join today with the Global Campaign for Peace Education, World Beyond War, and people from around the world in an effort to learn, design and take action to build a new system of global security in which peace is pursued by peaceful means.
The ‘High-Level Forum on the Culture of Peace’, which took place on September 7 at the UN Headquarters in New York, highlighted the role of education and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
YANGON – A human rights training program has launched for thousands of high-school students in 73 public schools in Bago Region, according to U Aung Myo Kyaw of the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP).
Due to historical trauma, chronically underfunded programs, and broken promises on the part of the U.S. government, youth from Native American communities experience many educational, health, and economic disparities compared with their peers in the general population.
In an effort to understand our collective power as peacemakers in the United States, Communities in Transition (CIT) and PeaceTech Lab are mapping the location of conflict transformation practitioners, mediators, dialogue facilitators, circle holders, religious peacemakers, non-violent communication, interest-based negotiators, restorative justice practitioners and other practitioners and peacemaking organizations residing in the U.S.. Add your name today!
Since the 2016 election campaign, incidents of bullying Muslim students have skyrocketed. In a survey by the Washington chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations and the Muslim Community Resource Center, more than 60 percent of Muslim students have said they’ve felt unsafe in public since 2016.
Since 2014, USIP has worked with public and private universities as well as the Afghan Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE) to develop a peace and conflict studies curriculum that can be taught by universities across the country. By developing and institutionalizing such education programs, USIP is helping to develop a cadre of conflict resolution experts that will contribute to securing peace in Afghanistan.
Touchstones of learning and living: observations from “Schools That Care” conference (Bangalore, India)
Conference by the Teacher Foundation emphasized that an element of care must be brought not just in our curriculum but in our personas too.