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The bishops of Tierra Caliente and Chiapas: Violence and insecurity are destroying the Mexican people

The Archbishop of Morelia explained that through the Michoacán Council for the Search of Peace and Reconciliation, “We carry out educational models… to generate a culture of dialogue, reconciliation, mediation in the resolution of conflicts and the construction of peace.”

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Stand with the Parents Circle – Families Forum (PCFF): sign the petition

PCFF, a joint Israeli-Palestinian organization of over 600 families who have lost an immediate family member to the ongoing conflict, has for years conducted dialogue meetings for youth and adults in schools.  The dialogues are led by two PCFF members, an Israeli and a Palestinian, who tell their personal stories of bereavement and explain their choice to engage in dialogue instead of revenge. The Israeli Ministry of Education recently rejected the Parents Circle application to continue working in schools. Please consider signing their petition asking the Minister to reverse their decision.

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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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Safeguarding Peace Education

Join the American Friends of the Parents Circle – Families Forum, with special guest, Randi Weingarten, President of the American Federation of Teachers, for a webinar on the status of the threats to their peace education program in Israeli schools (February 27).

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ANGEL Conference 2023

ANGEL Conference 2023 (June 19-20) aims to bring together interested parties from all backgrounds for two exciting days of sessions showcasing and discussing research, projects, and new developments connected to Global Education and Learning or Global Citizenship Education, and other related fields such as Development Education, Human Rights Education, Education for Sustainable Development, Education for Peace, and Intercultural Education.

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