Activity Reports

Nigeria Network and Campaign for Peace Education to organize cross-generational dialogue on education

More often than not, young people are pushed to the periphery of the policy-making process in the areas of education, peace, sustainability, and global citizenship; they are not viewed as key stakeholders. The Talking Across Generations on Education (TAGe) initiative seeks to empower Nigerian youth by facilitating an unrestrained dialogue between young people with experienced and high-level senior decision-makers

Dialogue with Dr. Betty Reardon on Peace Education hosted by UNESCO APCEIU

The Asia-Pacific Centre of Education for International Understanding, in partnership with the Korean Society of Education for International Understanding, hosted a virtual Dialogue with Dr. Betty Reardon on the occasion of the publication of the Korean translation of Dr. Reardon’s book, “Comprehensive Peace Education.”

Peace education in formal schools: Why is it important and how can it be done? (webinar recording)

Alongside researchers and practitioners in peace education, this January 27 webinar explored the findings of the new report from International Alert and the British Council, “Peace education in formal schools: Why is it important and how can it be done?” The report discusses what peace education in schools looks like, its potential impact, and how it might be realized in practice.

Engaging youth for peace in Germany

The Berghof Foundation supported and accompanied youth in several projects in Germany so that young people could recognise peace and nonviolence as important values in their lives.

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