Art for Peace 2022 – Submit your Art!

Invitation for Artists to participate in the collective exposition Art for Peace! Fora da Caixa invites artists to create this collective exhibition, where art and reflection meet and help us to dissolve barriers and disarm our hearts.

Homeland Earth: A Campaign to Promote Planetary Awareness

On March 15 the Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution launched the global campaign “Homeland Earth,” which aims to contribute to strengthening a “planetary awareness,” a precondition for responding adequately to the global poly-crisis and its challenges that we are facing.

Stop the Pandemic’s School Pushout!

“Stop the Pandemic’s School Pushout,” a call to action by the Dignity in Schools Campaign California, reveals the systemic structural racism of schooling in America, and how educational responses under COVID-19 have only served to further marginalize the most vulnerable. 

Climate Strike Educator Resource Guide

A CALL TO ACTION FOR EDUCATORS! Countless young people around the world have walked out of their classes over the past year to demand real climate action from politicians. On September 20, you are invited to support them as part of a global #ClimateStrike to demand solutions to the climate crisis. The Educator Resource Guide outlines practical actions you can take inside and outside of school.

Launching a National Campaign for Peace Education in Cameroon

Cameroon Peace Foundation Association, with the support of the Global Campaign for Peace Education, is launching a National Campaign for Peace Education in Cameroon on February 28. The purpose of this campaign is to raise awareness about the possibilities and strategies to a return to peace in a divided Cameroon.

The Season for Nonviolence for Educators

The Gandhi King Season for Nonviolence commences on January 30 and marks the 64 calendar days between the memorial anniversary of the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi and that of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on April 4.

Campus Election Engagement Project

Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) is a national nonpartisan project that helps America’s colleges and universities motivate their 20 million students to register, volunteer in campaigns, educate themselves, and turn out at the polls. They focus on how administrators, faculty, staff, and student leaders can help engage students, and they’re now engaging schools for the 2016 elections.

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