Survey on Peace Education Impacts

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The Global Campaign for Peace Education is seeking your input on peace education impacts. 

What specific sources (research, data, news, testimonies, studies, organization websites, etc) would you recommend that clearly and effectively demonstrate peace education impacts (from the local to the global)?

Please share your responses in the comments section below or on the original post on our facebook page (f possible, please provide a url for your sources).  

This effort is also in collaboration with the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) Peace Education Working Group.  GPPAC hopes to turn some of the resulting data into shareable infographics.  

Resources will be compiled and shared via the Global Campaign for Peace Education.

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