Month: December 2016

Transformative Peace Pedagogy: Fostering a Reflective, Critical, and Inclusive Praxis for Peace Studies

This article by Tony Jenkins offers a brief philosophical and pedagogical framework and rationale for transformative peace pedagogy as a preferred approach and philosophy of teaching and learning in peace studies. Transformative peace pedagogy fosters the development of a self-reflective praxis and nurtures a holistic, inclusive relationship between the inner (personal) and outer (political, action oriented) dimensions of peacebuilding. This praxis is the basis for both internal consideration and social and political action that is pursued by peace studies.

14 Social Innovation Fellowships You Need to Know

In the social impact space, fellowships are a great way to fuel that spark and build the skills crucial for high impact changemakering careers. Whether you are a recent graduate, a leader of a functioning social venture or a professional looking for a complete career shift, there is a fellowship out there for you. Check out this list of 14 social impact fellowship opportunities curated by Ashoka U.

Oswiecim: Inspiring the Culture of Peace

Children of the Earth is uniting with the most wonderful renown educators and organizations to collaborate on building a highly visible and impactful Global Institute for Sustainable Peace in Oswiecim, Poland the city that houses Auschwitz and Birkenau.

Global Kids seeks Director of Programs

Global Kids, Inc. is seeking a highly qualified and experienced Director of Programs. The Director of Programs works hand in hand with the Executive Director to develop, support and oversee GK’s extensive school and center-based programs in New York City and Washington, DC, as well as special domestic and international initiatives. Application deadline: January 13, 2017.

Search for Common Ground seeks beta-testers for innovative social media/video game

Over the past two years, Search for Common Ground has brought together experts from engineering, marketing, and academia with young peacebuilders from around the world. They’ve envisioned a new way to reach young people with a vision of global leadership: “Battle for Humanity” – a global, online platform where social media meets real-life video game.

Book Review: Peace education from the grassroots

“Peace education from the grassroots,” edited by Ian M. Harris, is a volume in the Information Age Press series: Peace Education, edited by Laura Finley & Robin Cooper. This review, authored by Mallory Servais, is one in a series co-published by the Global Campaign for Peace Education and In Factis Pax: Journal of Peace Education and Social Justice toward promoting peace education scholarship.

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