Approaches to integrating human rights issues into the education system in Belarus was the focus of a workshop for Belarusian experts in educational policy development and planning, which took place in Minsk from 22 to 24 August 2018.
Teach the basics of nonviolence, rooted in common core standards, with this weeklong high school curriculum developed by the Metta Center for Nonviolence. [continue reading…]
Linking the Youth of Nigeria through Exchange (LYNX), a not for profit organization, trained out-of-school youth on curbing of violent extremism. [continue reading…]
The Cameroon minister of Basic Education declares that starting September 2018, peace education concepts will be introduced in primary education. [continue reading…]
“No More Hiroshima: No More Nagasaki: Peace Museum” and Raman Science Centre arranged “No More Hiroshima: No More Nagasaki: Peace Exhibition” from 6 to 9 August 2018 at Raman Science Centre and Planetoarius, department of Ministry of Culture, Government of India. [continue reading…]
Fundación Escuelas de Paz plays a vital part in the emerging multi-level and multi-dimensional approaches to peace-making in Colombia by promoting programs that educate youth on peacebuilding through a multitude of projects. One of their current projects is “Music, Art, and Memory: Youths of Meta Transforming the Social Fabric.” [continue reading…]
The Ubumuntu Conversations, aptly themed, “After the Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda: Is the World Getting Better at Prevention?” was attended by Rwandans from all walks of life—senior officials from the Rwandan government, academics, and the international community. [continue reading…]
The education and culture ministers and educational superintendents from all across the country pledged cooperation to transform the heavily-guarded demilitarized zone that separates the two Koreas into a hub of peace-themed education and tourism. [continue reading…]