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France: 12th Forum "Non-Violence in Schools"
an article by La Coordination pour l’éducation à la non-violence et à la paix

The Coordination for education for non-violence and peace organizes every year its annual Forum "Non-violence in schools." This year, the 12th Forum theme will be: "I DECLARE PEACE WHY, HOW? "It will take place on: Saturday, November 29, 2014, from 10h to 17h, at the City Hall of the tenth arrondissement of Paris.



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Morning: Theoretical time with a round table: approach and accounts from teachers and educators, well as members of the Coordination, who have implemented nonviolent methods in their class or association.

The afternoon will be dedicated implementation of the methods considered in the morning.

Book this date and register now!

The Forum program is available here.

(Click here for a French version of this article)

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Peace Studies in School Curricula, What would it take to make it happen around the world?

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Latest reader comment:

During the Asian Educators Symposium, we found out that Peace Education is still not part of the school curriculum in most countries. However, the participating teachers have been incorporating peace education in their teaching subjects, such as English, social studies, and character education. We all agreed that love and the will to nurture peace in children are the most important basis for peace education. Even if peace education is not a part of the curriculum, peace can be taught through any subject. Whatever you are teaching, if it comes from the heart, then it will touch the minds of children.


This report was posted on October 12, 2014.