UNESCO’s Antenna Office in Yangon, Myanmar, trained 174 educations, students, curriculum developers, and school administrators in Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (EPSD). The training aims to increase awareness of the subject and build the competencies of teachers and educational practitioners in EPSD in Myanmar.
In this AC4 Columbia podcast interview, Felisa Tibbitts shares about her work creating a peace and sustainable development curricula for Myanmar.
UNESCO Myanmar seeks consultant for Training Module Development on Whole School Approach to Education for Peace and Sustainable Development
UNESCO Myanmar seeks a consultant to develop a training module that aims to improve whole-school approaches to education for peace and sustainable development. Application deadline: June 11.
UNESCO Myanmar is seeking for a national consultant to develop a Continuing and Professional Development Education for Peace and Sustainable Development Online Module.
From November 28 to 29, the Center for Peace Education (CPE) of Miriam College-Philippines conducted a Peace Education Seminar with the KMF staff and professors from the Yangon University of Education and the Sagaing University of Education.
Naushawng Development Institute has been conducting a series of trainings on Civic and Peace Education with the aim of enhancing young people’s skills and to increase their participation in the Myanmar peace process.
In June 2019, the Kadu Youth Development Association brought together young people from all walks of life from across Sagaing Region to discuss peace. Youth from minority ethnic communities joined representatives from Government, CSOs, political parties to create hold an inclusive conversation on the peace process.
The ‘Paung Sie Facility’ seeks a Programme Manager for Peacebuilding and Education who will focus on developing and delivering their education programme portfolio supporting social cohesion. Application deadline: July 31.
Mote Oo Education is a local and community-focused organisation which specialises in training of educators. The Civic and Peace Education Assistant Trainer will work as part of a team in the Civic and Peace Education Department.
The role of tolerance in building a peaceful society: the importance of including people with disabilities and LGBTIQA communities in the peace process (Myanmar)
The project of iSchool-Myanmar includes organizing ten peace related trainings in the Mandalay Region for PWDs and the LGBTIQA communities. The project also involves publishing a thousand copies of a peace education reference book.
In Myanmar the next generation of peace leaders will be under 35 years old. Engaging them now in a peace process, that they will in the future be an instrumental part of implementing, is essential for Myanmar to achieve a lasting peace.
As news and images of the Burmese military’s attacks on the minority Muslim Rohingya community spread around the world, Bushra Qadeem Hyder was among the first to see the impact on the students around her.