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Promoting a Culture of Peace (Nicaragua)
un article par Leyla Jarquín, El Nuevo Diario, Nicaragua

Although Nicaragua is considered one of the safest countries in Central America, the Zacarías Guerra House, HZG, and the Youth Council of Nicaragua, CJN, have come up with an initiative to create a true culture of peace among Nicaraguans.

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The initiative, which was developed two years ago, recently took shape through the Education Reference Center, CRE, which will operate on the premises of the Central Normal School in Managua, and intends to be a space to promote the culture of peace among teachers, youth and community leaders through training.

Elvis Gómez, president of the CJN, explained that this center will host different training processes for preventing violence and promoting the culture of peace, where teachers will be the key to pass on their knowledge to children and adolescents, and these, in turn, to their homes and communities.

Both HZG and CJN consider that schools have "the responsibility to train individuals capable of interacting freely in conflict resolution and the contribution to a peaceful coexistence." Therefore, the meetings will focus on youth leadership training and community mediation and family teaching, opening spaces for dialogue, cultural activities, etc..

The CRE will open through the auspices of the Foundation for Action Against Drugs FAD, of Spain, and the Spanish Cooperation Agency, AECID.

The regional coordinator of the FAD, Lucia Rodriguez, said that the CRE is a complement to the work they have been doing in 32 schools in Managua to consolidate them as "educational units for the development of our children with skills for life and the establishment of equitable and egalitarian relationships. "

For his part, the Director of Primary Education of the Ministry of Education, Guillermo López López, welcomed the opening of the CRE, saying that it contributes to the effort of building a culture of peace through the school counseling.

López López indicated that they should make a "plan for the teachers of Managua to participate in a systematic and consistent way in these trainings and multiply the knowledge to other departments."

(Click here for a Spanish version of this article)


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Cet article a été mis en ligne le August 9, 2013.