The NYC Stands with Standing Rock Collective developed a syllabus project useful for educators and activists seeking to understand the historical issues of indigenous people’s struggle for social, cultural and ecological justice arising from the current movement to resist the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Summer Institute on Conflict Transformation across Borders in Ecuador: Call for Applications (due March 21)
- 12th Feb 2016
- #conflict resolution #conflict transformation #ecology & environment #immigration & migration #indigenous issues
The McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies of the University of Massachusetts-Boston, FLACSO-Ecuador, and the Center for Mediation, Peace, and Resolution of Conflict (CEMPROC) are pleased to announce the second annual Summer Institute on Conflict Transformation Across Borders will take place from June 5-24, 2016 in Quito, Ecuador at FLACSO, with graduate-level credit issued by UMass Boston. The program will focus on conflict and peace in border regions.
(Original article: euronews.com Special Reports – Learning World, Dec. 11, 2015) Today’s news is overwhelmed with questions on multiculturalism, diversity and peace. In this edition we take a look at how education can play a very important role in building intercultural tolerance and respect. Australia is one of the most ethnically diverse countries in the […]
(Original article: John Unson, philstar.com, Dec. 4, 2015) COTABATO CITY, Philippines – Sectoral leaders on Thursday wrapped up the week-long celebration of the Mindanao Week of Peace (MWOP) with appeals for Muslim, Christian and Lumad cooperation in addressing the security and socio-economic issues confronting the region. The yearly MWOP was pioneered by peace advocacy blocs in Mindanao […]
- 25th Nov 2015
- #healing #indigenous issues #race & ethnicity #reconciliation #restorative justice
The Global Campaign for Peace Education and the Upstander Project invite you to join us in countering false stories about Thanksgiving with truth telling about the history and current reality of Native peoples in the U.S.. Before you sit down to your big meal on Thursday considering sharing First Light with your family and friends. This 13-minute film can be […]
(BBC World Service) With the recent election of a new, Liberal government, the issue of reconciliation between Canada’s indigenous peoples and the rest of the population is again high on the agenda. So what is the best way to atone for the wrongdoings of the past? The Honourable Justice Murray Sinclair, chair of the Truth […]
- 5th Dec 2013
- #conflict resolution #conflict transformation #educational policy #indigenous issues #program development
Cases Studies from Kenya, Djibouti, Ethiopia and Somalia A Study Undertaken for UNESCO By UPEACE AFRICA PROGRAMME, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (November/December 2013) Introduction 1.1 Background There is consensus amongst African scholars in the area of conflict prevention and resolution that Africa possesses various cultural and traditional systems that can be used as educational resources and […]
By F. Richard Schneider (USA/India), Leban Serto (India), and Bernedette Muthien (South Africa)* (Welcome letter: Issue #78 December 2010) During the visit of the United States President Barrack Obama to Mumbai and New Delhi, India, a group of likeminded peace activists and practitioners from several parts of the world gathered in a little corner of […]