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The 2023 Nanjing Peace Forum “Peace, Security, and Development: Youth in Action” was held in Jiangsu, China

On September 19-20 2023, the third Nanjing Peace Forum with the theme “Peace, Security, and Development: Youth in Action” was successfully held in Jiangsu Expo Garden. The forum was focused on “Peace and Sustainable Development.”

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Book Review: “Education in developments: Vol 3” by Magnus Haavelsrud

In his latest book, Magnus Haavelsrud sees peace developments as upward movements of equity, empathy, the healing of past and present traumas, and nonviolent conflict transformation. Haavelsrud asks and answers how education can support and initiate such upward movements from the levels of everyday life to global affairs.

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‘If We are Serious About Peace and Development, We Must Take Women Seriously’

Without peace, development is impossible, and without development, peace is not achievable, but without women, neither peace nor development is possible, writes Ambassador Anwarul K. Chowdhury, former Under-Secretary-General and High Representative of the United Nations. He is an internationally recognized initiator of the UNSCR 1325 as the President of the UN Security Council in March 2000.

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Keeping Education Safe

For many children around the world, having a safe space to learn is far from guaranteed due to the threat of armed conflict and the targeting of schools. In this guest post for ‘In Focus’, Peter Klanduch and Margaret Sinclair of Education Above All’s legal advocacy programme PEIC – Protect Education in Insecurity and Conflict (PEIC) – explain the background to this global problem and the importance of keeping education safe for all children.

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