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Education has been on the minds of peacemakers since the end of the Cold War, contrary to expectations. An examination of how education is addressed in full and partial post-Cold
This paper examines how the community workshops of the Inter-Agency Peace Education Programme (INEE, 2005) were implemented in a refugee camp in Ghana with refugees from Liberia. Data from observations and
Sport for Development and Peace refers to the intentional use of sport, physical activity and play to attain specific development and peace objectives, including, most notably, the Millennium Development Goals (
Teachers, students, school volunteers, administrators, and parents in Poland and Turkey were surveyed about their views on intercultural education as part of a large study of states receiving considerable development
This literature review is the first output of a one-year DFID-funded research programme exploring the links between service delivery in education, health, sanitation and water, and wider processes of state-building
Considering the ongoing need for post-genocide reconciliation and the lack of information available on the current status of peace education in Rwanda, this dissertation aims to identify the main peace
This is a Masters Thesis by Mieke Lopes Cardoza from August 2006, submitted for the Msc International Development Studies at the University of Amsterdam, in cooperation with the International School for
A Teaching/Learning Guide for Education for Peace, Human Rights and Democracy This partial and preliminary resource document has been produced by UNESCO as a contribution to the United Nations
Report of the Inter-regional Experts’ Meeting on developing guidelines for promoting peace and intercultural understanding through curricula, textbooks and learning materials
This report, requested by the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) as part of its response to the focus on education and training provided for in the legislation that created