Peace Education starts with the Young Generation

Peace Education starts with the Young Generation

Cornelia Reimer  - Arc 2020

Conflicts in the world are a general phenomenon; they are also the result of a culture developed in years of constant rivalry in a given multireligious and/or multicultural

society. To bring an end to conflict and violence means to transform culture in its essence and to generate a state of wellbeing for all its people. The starting point of cultural change and transformation ideally is a transformed mind of the next generation. This, of course, implies peacebuilding practices taught by people of insight, e.g. informed adults and peace-loving youth as educators of other youth and children.

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Resilience in Partnerships to Transform the City

Resilience in Partnerships to Transform the City

by Arthur Thangia

All over the word there is a heart cry to see our cities transformed and this cry is being answered in the form of networks and partnerships being formed that are resiliently working together to transform the cities. The task of addressing poverty, injustice and conflict requires a united effort, the call requires a united spirit and the desired impact requires solidarity. Read report
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