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Question: Save the Children Australia UN Global Peace School Program, School Communities as Peace-builders CPNN article: Peace Studies in School Curricula
Posted: Dec. 04 2007,01:07

I work for Save the Children Australia developing their UN Global Peace School Program. With this program Peace Education and Child Rights teaching and learning initiatives happening in our schools in South Australia are honoured and celebrated but the program seeks to encourage schools to instill peace-building and Child Rights into the total school community operation and ethos. We believe this focus is important because for peace-building to be sustainable, valued and relevant then every aspect of the school community's thinking and actioning should reflect the associated underpinning ideals. Therefore we believe Peace Education should be more than a lesson, more than curriculum and more than a school's motto....it's all encompassing and becomes the guiding light to the whole school's being. The focus is therefore not only upon children as the peacemakers as peace-building needs to be modelled by everyone involved with the school community.
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