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by Fiona Leach,Máiréad Dunne

  • ISBN: 3039109456
  • Category: Education & Teaching
  • Author: Fiona Leach,Máiréad Dunne
  • Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften; 1 edition (December 17, 2007)
  • Pages: 360 pages
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The book discusses ways educators incorporate peace education into classrooms through unofficial curricula, and the importance of stimulating peace activism. Davies notes that this book graphically shows us that the key task for our time is not learning about peace but learning not to hate (142). The idea for this issue of JEiE originated with UNICEF’s PBEA program, and a number of the articles that appear emerged from projects that were funded by this initiative.

In Fiona Leach & Máiréad Dunne (Ed., Education, conflict and reconciliation: International perspectives (pp . 237-252). Oxford, UK: Peter Lang. Towards A Comprehensive Primary School Curriculum for Conflict Transformation and Conflict Management. By Saiden Thondhlana. Education for Human Rights in Times of Peace and Conflict. Higher Education in Post-Conflict Conditions.

CrossRefGoogle Scholar. In F. Leach & M. Dunne (Ed. 253–268). Gender, sexuality and development: Education and society in sub-Saharan Africa. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. Schooling the ‘other’: Representation of gender and national identities in Pakistani curriculum texts.

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The International Bureau for Children’s Rights Report (2010) states that the impact of armed conflict on children can be substantial and have long lasting repercussions on their physical, emotional and mental well-being. Furthermore, the consequences of civil war often disrupt the normal routine of a child's educational attainment. In addition to the INEE Minimum Standard, several post-conflict education frameworks have been proposed and implemented as methods of bringing about lasting peace and reconciliation. It is hoped that by use of these frameworks, which are discussed below, children will be effectively inculcated with the ethos of peace culture.

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This collection originates in papers presented at an international conference held at the University of Sussex in September 2004. It brings together academic contributions from specialists working in a newly emergent area of study, that of education in situations of conflict. It seeks to promote understanding of the complex ways in which education can play both a reproductive and a transformative role in such circumstances. To this end, it offers two broad perspectives, one around education in conflict and post-conflict settings, and the other around education for reconciliation and social inclusion. The book is organised into thematic sections, with material drawn from countries undergoing, or emerging from, conflict as well as from more stable societies. The first set of chapters examines different facets of the impact of armed conflict on education, while the second set explores the ways in which education can contribute to reconstruction and reconciliation and the particular challenges of rebuilding educational systems after protracted conflict. The following set of chapters examines issues of conflict associated with everyday school contexts, in which violence may be perpetrated by students, teachers or outsiders to the school. The last two sections turn to the role of education in promoting reconciliation and social inclusion.

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