Why Peace and Justice Education is Important in Places of Worship: An Intro and Curriculum Proposal

This curriculum is intended by its author as a “starting point… for those with no experience of peace and justice studies to bring light and knowledge to places that do not have it.”  We believe that light and knowledge are needed in many sectors of our society.  Although not immediately applicable to all settings, we hope educators will find it useful to understanding the present American context, and welcome contributions on the problems of social and political contexts in other countries.

Peace Education Handbook for the Great Lakes Region

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.

Museums for Peace: Resources

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.

Introduction 2 Disarmament: Video series

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.

Racial wealth gap learning simulation

Bread for the World provides a simulation as an interactive tool that helps people understand the connections among racial equity, hunger, poverty, and wealth.

Help students connect and reflect on the year

Facing History & Ourselves provides activities to guide students to conduct an interview as a way to reflect on the events of 2020 and connect in a time when travel and gatherings are restricted.

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