The Peace Education Handbook is a product of the International Conference of the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR)’s Regional Peace Education Project and is addressed to teachers, facilitators, trainers, and educators who are looking to integrate peace education into their work and curricula. [continue reading…]
The ‘Peace-Tandem’ handbook combines an introduction to conflict theory with practical advice on how to apply the tandem language learning method.
Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story – Curriculum and Study Guide (Fellowship of Reconciliation)
As you prepare to honor the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. this week, and to soon celebrate Black History Month, the Fellowship of Reconciliation is excited to announce the publication of a new free, online curriculum and study guide to accompany our acclaimed 1957 comic book, Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story. [continue reading…]
Museums for peace are non-profit educational institutions that promote a culture of peace through collecting, displaying and interpreting peace-related material. The International Network of Museums for Peace curates several resources related to peace museums, including a global directory, conference proceedings, and peer-reviewed articles. [continue reading…]
Bombs…Away! is a project that will explore the impact of aerial bombardment against civilians during World War Two and use The Peace Museum UK’s unique collection to examine how peace campaigns formed in response. [continue reading…]
The new book “Educating for Peace and Human Rights” introduces students and educators to the challenges and possibilities of implementing peace and human rights education in diverse global sites. [continue reading…]
The #Intro2Disarmament video series consists of 5 short videos that explain how disarmament contributes to a safer, more peaceful and sustainable world in an easy-to-understand way. [continue reading…]