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Call for papers: Special issue of the Journal of Teaching in Higher Ed on conflict, peace and teaching in higher ed

This Special Issue is intended to interrogate the intersections between conflict, peace, and teaching in HE. The editors ask for manuscripts that critically examine the trends, challenges, oppositions, and possibilities of peace and justice within conflict zones as related to university teaching.

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Decolonial and Indigenous Approaches to Environmental Peacebuilding: Special Issue of Peace Science Digest

If we are to conceive of a new security paradigm—one that rejects military solutions and asserts that security is achieved by addressing human needs and preserving planetary life—then we should look at alternatives to the Western/European systems of governance that have structured the global order over the past several centuries. This special issue—focused on decolonial and Indigenous approaches to environmental peacebuilding—explores Indigenous (and bottom-up) perspectives on the environment, peace, and conflict in a variety of contexts.

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Peace education for the Anthropocene? The contribution of regenerative ecology and the ecovillages movement

The article begins with a dialogue between literature on peace education, regenerative ecology and the ecovillages movement. It suggests that the methodologies of the ecovillage movement contain a new approach to peace education, hereby defined as synergistic.

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