Securing Democracy in a Conflicted Election: Resources for Educators

During a volatile election, what can be done to preserve democracy and protect election outcomes? How might we respond to fear-mongering, a potential coup, intimidation efforts, and violence with nonviolence? The Global Campaign for Peace Education is compiling a list of resources to support educators in their efforts to teach about the current political moment, prepare students to constructively and nonviolently respond to threats, and to foster a more robust and sustainable democracy for the future.

The Specter of Nuclear War: Why the World Lives in its Shadow

This curriculum, developed by Kathleen Kanet and William James Russell in 1980, provides inquiries to support learners’ critical, moral and ethical reflections on the development of nuclear weapons, their use, and the potential of their abolition.

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