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Speak Truth to Power - 1 views

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    Human rights education curriculum developed by the RFKennedy Center for Human rights
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Global lessons and activities 2009: Peace and conflict | Global Engage - 0 views

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    Global lessons and activities 2009: Peace and conflict
    Global lessons and activities and the International Day of Peace, 21 SeptemberThe topic for our IB global lessons in 2009 is peace and conflict. We invite IB World Schools to join in taking part in these lessons - specially written or selected - and in other activities relating to peace and conflict.We encourage you to join with others all over the world with lessons or activities on (or around) the International Day of Peace, 21 September. In this way our actions as individuals and schools form part of the IB community's and the world's response to this important issue.
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Peace Education - 1 views

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    The Bank of Resources of Peace Education activities of the School For a Culture of Peace now has 50 activities in English. We invite you to take a look and use them freely! The Resource Bank makes available participative activities (role plays, group dynamics, and other methodologies) on peace education, conflict education, intercultural education and education for international understanding. There are 50 activities posted in English and 100 activities posted in Spanish and Catalan.
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    Peace education is understood to be "a permanent, continuous, and dynamic process rooted in concepts of positive peace and a creative outlook toward conflict. By focussing on socio-affective and problematizing causes, positive peace aims to develop a new culture of peace which enables individuals to critically discern the reality in which they are immersed and to act upon it …" (Jares, Xesús (1999). Educación para la paz, Madrid: Editorial Popular)
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