Publications

New book by Angie Lederach – “Feel the Grass Grow: Ecologies of Slow Peace in Colombia”

Drawing on nearly a decade of extensive ethnographic and participatory research, Angela Jill Lederach advances a theory of “slow peace.” Lederach shows how the campesino call to “slowness” recenters grassroots practices of peace, grounded in multigenerational struggles for territorial liberation.

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New Peace Education Publication: Innovations in Peace and Education Praxis. Transdisciplinary Reflections and Insights

This new publication contains peace education practitioner-scholar focused chapters on transdisciplinary approaches to peace and education research, interventions in educational settings, and alternative ontologies in peace and education work.

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Localising Climate, Peace and Security: A Practical Step-by-Step Guide for Local Peacebuilders

Localizing climate security risk assessments offer a pathway to address climate-related security risks and potentially prevent those risks from emerging or escalating. This new practical Step-by-Step Guide, produced by GPPAC, is a resource on how to document, assess, and address climate security challenges at the local level.

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Dialogue on Peace as the Presence of Justice: Ethical Reasoning as an Essential Learning Goal of Peace Education (Part 3 of 3)

This is the third in a three-part series dialogue between Betty Reardon and Dale Snauwaert on “Dialogue on Peace as the Presence of Justice.”  The authors invite peace educators everywhere to review and assess their dialogue and the challenges outlined, and to engage in similar dialogues and colloquies with colleagues who share the common goal of making education an effective instrument of peace.

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Dialogue on Peace as the Presence of Justice: Ethical Reasoning as an Essential Learning Goal of Peace Education (Part 2 of 3)

This is the second in a three-part series dialogue between Betty Reardon and Dale Snauwaert on “Dialogue on Peace as the Presence of Justice.”  The authors invite peace educators everywhere to review and assess their dialogue and the challenges outlined, and to engage in similar dialogues and colloquies with colleagues who share the common goal of making education an effective instrument of peace.

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Dialogue on Peace as the Presence of Justice: Ethical Reasoning as an Essential Learning Goal of Peace Education (Part 1 of 3)

This is the first in a three-part series dialogue between Betty Reardon and Dale Snauwaert on “Dialogue on Peace as the Presence of Justice.”  The authors invite peace educators everywhere to review and assess their dialogue and the challenges outlined, and to engage in similar dialogues and colloquies with colleagues who share the common goal of making education an effective instrument of peace.

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Special Earth Day call for contributions to a volume redefining global security from a feminist perspective

The redefinition of security undertaken in this volume will be Earth centered in its conceptual explorations and contextualized within the existential threat of the climate crisis. An underlying assumption of the explorations is that we must profoundly change our thinking, about all aspects of security; first and foremost, about our planet and how the human species relates to it. Proposals are due June 1.

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