Este texto describe la experiencia “El lugar de los sentidos”, realizada en España mediante la colaboración entre la Universidad San Pablo CEU y la Fundación ONCE para estimular la inclusión social de personas con discapacidad a través de la arquitectura
Peace Education on the Brink Author: Sabrina Sideris Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on: 11/18/2005 Category: Conciliation Biking walking climbing with your own two feet two hands, navigation services provided by your own eyes, lashes your only windshield-wipers, without horsepower or combustion engine, powered by the muscles in
The following speech, on the theme of Mathetics: a challenge for peace education, was presented by Dr Suman Shukla at the 18th IAEWP WORLD PEACE CONGRESS, held in Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
A Solution to my Existential Crisis as a Teacher – Learning Communities Author: Paul Klassen Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on: 12/04/2007 Category: Comment After having taught in classrooms in both Costa Rica and Canada for nearly ten years, I now find myself as the student here at
Understanding Peace Education: An Indian Perspective Author: Shreya Jani Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on: 02/16/2007 Category: Comment “Without an integrated understanding of life, our individual and collective problems will only deepen and extend. The purpose of education is not to produce mere scholars, technicians and job hunters,
Stephanie Knox Cubbon gives some historical background and theoretical context to the Dr. Hungwa Memorial Peace Education Program, an important new initiaive to build a culture of peace through education and professional training.
Key words: peace education, teachers without borders, Paulo Freire, violence, culture
UPEACE Rector John J. Maresca discusses the potential of new communication technologies to transform higher education, emphasizing the particular opportunity that these changes bring for the University for Peace to fulfil its mission of offering higher education for peace "to humanity".
Surya Nath Prasad explores the esoteric in this opinion piece on the spiritual relationship of oneness between humankind and the universe, connecting the essence of "global man" to the realization of peace on Earth.
This is excerpt from the speech delivered by Dr. Prasad at the International Academic Peace Conference on the eve of UN International Peace Day at Hotel Lotte, Seoul organized by Institute of International Peace Studies, Kyung Hee University, Seoul, Republic of Korea.