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educational policy & advocacy

Take a 10-minute survey to help shape global policy supporting peace education

The Global Campaign for Peace Education, in consultation with UNESCO, is supporting the review process of the 1974 Recommendation Concerning Education for International Understanding, Co-operation and Peace.  We strongly encourage your participation in this survey, a significant opportunity to contribute your voice to global policy supporting peace education. The deadline to respond is March 1.

New primary school curriculum in Spain to include peace education

Gender equality, education for peace, education for responsible consumption and sustainable development, and education for health, including affective-sexual health, are some of the pedagogical principles of the new primary education curriculum that the Government of Spain is preparing for the 2022/21 academic year.

Peace education in formal schools: Why is it important and how can it be done? (webinar recording)

Alongside researchers and practitioners in peace education, this January 27 webinar explored the findings of the new report from International Alert and the British Council, “Peace education in formal schools: Why is it important and how can it be done?” The report discusses what peace education in schools looks like, its potential impact, and how it might be realized in practice.

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