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UNESCO trains teachers in Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (EPSD) in Myanmar

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. 

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End-of-Year Reflection on Peace Education in Indonesia

In 2023, the Indonesian education sector faced numerous cases of violence, with 23 reported cases of bullying in schools from January to September, a figure believed to underrepresent the actual situation. The article calls for reflection on these issues from a peace and non-violence studies perspective, urging further action in the coming year to ensure a safe educational environment in Indonesia.

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Unraveling America’s Shame: Embracing Peace Education Amidst School Wars

Recent legislation has led to conflicts in educational institutions, suppressing discussions on diversity and promoting cultural and structural violence. Addressing these issues through peace education can transform schools into spaces of enlightenment, understanding, and peace, emphasizing respect and collaboration across cultures.

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Education for Peace dialogues hosted by National Ministry of Education in Cartagena, Colombia

“New possible paths” was the motto of the Education for Peace Meeting, a space whose purpose was to initiate dialogues to collect knowledge, experiences, challenges and proposals that allow progress in the implementation of education for peace, coexistence, and reconciliation in Colombia.

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