Month: April 2017

International Network of Museums for Peace: 25th Anniversary Newsletter

The International Network of Museums for Peace’s (INMP) March 2017 newsletter is wholly dedicated to the celebration of it’s 25th anniversary. The issue includes a comprehensive, illustrated history of INMP, including brief accounts of all previous conferences, and of the development of the organization. Since 1992, INMP is the main provider of knowledge and information about museums for peace.

Angola: Moxico – State Secretary Defends Human Rights Education in Police Training

Secretary of State for Human Rights, António Bento Bembe, stressed the need for the integration of the teaching of human rights in the training of new personnel of the National Police. “The police, whose responsibility is to enforce the law, must have the sense of citizenship which consists of the awareness of the Rule of Law it is not sustained without having as centre the dignity of the human person and the human rights duly guaranteed.”

The Joan B. Kroc Institute For Peace & Justice at The University Of San Diego’s Kroc School Of Peace Studies: Accepting Applications for Women PeaceMakers Program

The new Women PeaceMakers Program will offer a unique fellowship for peacebuilders, focused on strengthening and improving peace efforts in conflict-affected communities around the world. The 10-month fellowship will do this through building an engaged community of four peacebuilders from conflict-affected communities and four international peace partners looking to transform their ability to build peace together. Application Deadline: May 31, 2017.

Wayward and Fanciful: The Mindanao-Sulu Peace and History Education Project (Philippines)

Republic Act No. 10908 mandates the integration of Filipino-Muslim and Indigenous Peoples history, culture and identity in the study of Philippine History in both Basic and Higher Education. The law recognizes the ultimate objective of creating an inclusive history that accounts for all Filipinos. There is however a dearth of resources on Bangsamoro and Lumad history, art, literature, and language. The Mindanao-Sulu History and Peace Education Project seeks to respond to this need.

Save the Children seeks Education Sector Working Group Coordinator

The overall role of the Education Sector Working Group (ESWG) Coordinator is to jointly lead the work of the group with UNHCR and UNICEF in order to ensure the effective, coherent, and predictable provision of education and assistance to vulnerable children affected by the refugees and migrant crisis in Greece.

Continuous Support from European Universities to Peace Education in Colombia: A report from the Unit for Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Innsbruck (Austria)

As the peace initiatives in Colombia continue to flourish during the challenging phase of the implementation of the peace agreements between the government and the FARC-EP, several universities from Europe are visiting the country, learning from and lending support to local approaches to peacebuilding and conflict transformation.

Translating global policies into practical and necessary actions—one village at a time. The impact of the Localization of Resolutions 1325 and 1820 in Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone is one of 13 countries in Africa that have adopted a national action plan on UN Security Council Resolutions 1325 and 1820. The Localization program, initiated by the Global Network of Women Peacebuilders, is a people-based, bottom-up approach to policy-making and policy implementation that guarantees local ownership and participation.

Scroll to Top